Da Boot Sports
By: Terrill J. Weil
AUBURN, AL - The LSU gymnastics team dropped another contest, this time on the road at Auburn on Friday night, 197.750 -197.500 ...
The Tigers now sit at 2-5 overall, 2-3 in the SEC and remain winless on the road, 0-4.
“Overall, I thought it was a very good meet. We stayed aggressive and stayed true to our message,” said head coach Jay Clark. “We’ll continue to keep climbing and keep getting better. This score will help us tremendously once NQS begins and will set us up to move up as we get closer to postseason.”
The talented Lady Tigers once again showed fight as they displayed a strong performance except for a hick-up here and there in each event that cost them the win.
There were several positives on the night. On vault Aleah Finnegan scored a 10.000 while
Alyona Shchennikova posted a 9.925 and Haleigh Bryant registered a 9.900 ...
Bryant scored a 9.950 to lead the Bayou Ben-Gals on bars.
On beam, Finnegan scored an impressive 9.950 while Kai Rivers and Haleigh Bryant each posted a 9.900 ...
Finnegan also lead the Tigers on the floor, as her routine landed a 9.975 while Shchennikova posted a strong 9.925 ...
Aleah Finnegan had an incredible night finishing with a new career all-time high of 39.800 (10.000 vault,.. 9.875 bars,.. 9.950 beam,.. 9.975 floor)
It's not going to get any easier for LSU as next they will host No. 2 Florida on Friday, Feb. 17 at 8:00pm before traveling to Tuscaloosa to take on the 11th ranked Crimson Tide.
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