Women's Gymnastics Defeats Cortland, Ithaca and MIT
February 8, 2004 – Springfield College freshman Keriann Hart (Hanover, Mass.)
finished first on the uneven bars, while freshman Heather Tuden (Londonderry, N.H.)
finished second in the all-around competition to lead the Pride over Ithaca College, SUNY Cortland, and MIT in a quad meet this afternoon in Blake Arena.
Springfield (6-5) totaled 183.800 points followed by Ithaca (182.125), Cortland (181.600), and MIT (180.575).
Hart, who also finished tied for sixth in the floor exercise (9.475), was credited with a personal-best and team season-high 9.425 to win the uneven bars. Tuden, competing in the all-around for only the second time this season, compiled 36.075 points. Ithaca’s Kelly Stevison finished first with a 36.300 score.
Senior Jenny Romano-Joseph (Shutesbury, Mass.)
finished tied for third on the floor exercise (9.525) and fourth on the vault (9.475), while junior Jolene Woznicki (Warren, Conn.)
placed second on the balance beam with a score of 9.300 for the Pride.
This marked the first time that Springfield had beaten Cortland since 2000. SC also registered its first victory over Ithaca since 1999.
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Cheryl Raymond, who will be entering her 33rd year as women's gymnastics coach and assistant professor of physical education at Springfield College in 2012-2013, is one of the top college coaches in the region. Read more
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