NC State Gymnastics Falls at New Hampshire
Feb. 22, 2003
Durham, N.H. - The NC State gymnastics team fell to conference foe New Hampshire Saturday night, 195.900-195.450. The Wolfpack (9-4) scored its highest road score of the 2003, almost two full points above its previous high.
For the second straight week, senior Marlyn Madey earned a first place finish on bars with a score of 9.875. Sophomore Kelley Kello and junior Leah Sabo each scored a 9.825 to tie for fourth on bars. Freshman Kylah Bachman placed seventh with her 9.8.
Senior Adina Stock brought home a share of first place on vault with her score of 9.85. Junior Molly Pennington and Sabo were close behind each scoring a 9.8 for fourth. Juniors Alison Bundy (sixth - 9.725) and Cheryl Potacco (10th - 9.625) rounded out the scoring for NC State.
Beam was the one event on the day NC State did not earn at least a tie for first on. Kello was the Pack's top finisher with her second place showing and a score of 9.875. Bachman was fifth with a 9.775. Sophomore Andrea Petrocelli scored a 9.75 for sixth, and Madey took eighth with a 9.7.
Sabo won the floor title outright with her career-high score of 9.925. Sophomore Cori Goldstein finished third on floor with a 9.875. Bundy tied for fifth her her 9.825. Kello was eighth with a 9.75, and Madey took 11th with her 9.675.
Sabo finished fourth in the all-around with a 38.950.
NC State will be back home in Reynolds Coliseum this Friday night, when the Wolfpack hosts the Wolfpack Invitational. Joining the Wolfpack will be Illinois State, Minnesota, and North Carolina.
Team Standings: 1) New Hampshire 195.900; 2) NC State 195.450
Vault: T-1) Adina Stock, NCSU, 9.85; T-1) Tara Phillips, UNH, 9.85; 3) Jennifer Dickson, UNH, 9.825.
Bars: T-1) Marlyn Madey, NCSU, 9.875; T-1) Jennifer Dickson, UNH, 9.875; 3) Michelle Harley, UNH, 9.85.
Beam: 1) Michelle Harley, UNH, 9.9; T-2) Kelley Kello, NCSU, 9.875; T-2) Jayne Propert, UNH, 9.875.