THIS 7 days
The Falcons travel to Shreveport, Louisiana, to contend in tri-fulfill motion at Centenary University with Texas Woman’s College, Sunday (Feb. 7). Action in the Gold Dome is slated for 4 p.m. CT.
Air Drive heads to St. Charles, Missouri, to compete in the Gymquarters Invitational alongside Lindenwood, Illinois State, Southeast Missouri, Ball Condition and Jap Michigan. Motion is slated to begin at 6 p.m. CT in the St. Charles Loved ones Arena.
Final TIME OUT
Air Pressure dropped a head-to-head meet at No. 8 Cal, 195.750-188.950, Saturday afternoon at the Haas Pavilion. Air Power junior Daija Stevenson was Air Force’s lone all-about competitor, scoring a 37.800 to complete fourth in the subject and a time-ideal 9.750 to put sixth on the vault.
Sophomore balance beam specialist Briona Carswell scored a 9.750 to complete fourth in the occasion. Carswell has led Air Power on the beam in just about every meet up with this period. Air Power struggled to discover their rhythm versus the perennial powerhouse, scoring under time averages.
Kyana George experienced a dominant meet as the senior received the all-close to level of competition with a score of 39.375. She claimed specific titles on the flooring, beam and vault. George had a 9.825 on vault, a 9.800 on bars in advance of ending with 9.875 scores on the two the beam and ground.
AIR Drive SWEEPS MPSF HONORS… Yet again
Air Force’s Briona Carswell and Daija Stevenson were being announced the MPSF Specialist of the Week and Gymnast of the Week, respectively, for levels of competition more than the weekend. The Women’s gymnastics team has swept the MPSF weekly awards for the third straight week.
CARSWELL IS Steady
Sophomore stability beam standout Briona Carswell has led the Falcons on the beam in all 3 satisfies this time. She posted a season-higher 9.825 at No. 7 Denver. She has scored a 9.750 or more in each individual satisfy so significantly this period.