Congratulations, Belmont Abbey on a super-great match

A .440 Blue Hose win – final home match was Sunday.

 

The 12th-ranked Presbyterian College Blue Hose (3-1) Acrobatics and Tumbling team set a program-high score in a 261.495 to 261.055 win over the 13th-ranked Belmont Abbey Crusaders (2-2) at the Templeton Center.
"We are excited with the win," Presbyterian coach Amber Morrell said. "I knew that it was going to be a close meet. Belmont Abbey has high start values on tumbling, so I knew that is where they would pick up a lot of scores. One of our goals was to score in the 90s in the team event, we did score in the 90s tonight."
HOW IT HAPPENED
* Presbyterian scored 36.85 in the Compulsory Event, with the best scores of 9.65 in the Pyramid and 9.60 in the Toss Heats.
* In the Acro Event, the Blue Hose posted a score of 27.05 with a high score of 9.80 in the 6-Element Heat.
* In the Pyramid Event, the Blue Hose finished with a score of 28.95 with the best score of 9.85 in the Open Heat.
* In the Toss Event, Presbyterian collected a score of 26.45 with the best score of 9.00 in the Open Heat.
* In the Tumbling Event, Presbyterian collected a season-high score of 49.925 led by Morgan Todd's Aerial Pass score of 9.075.
* Presbyterian closed out the meet with a program-high score of 92.27 in the Team Event.
NOTABLES
* In the Compulsory Event Pyramid Heat, Presbyterian's team Todd, Andey ReynoldsCiera CarterCaroline HolterGeorgia WelbornAmirah BoydMadeline JohnsonLana ShullRachel RansomNicole CreanMaya Cunningham, and Maddie Watkins recorded a score of 9.65.
* In the Acro Events, the Blue Hose's 6-Element team of Todd, Shull, Carter, and Shayla Snow collected a score of 9.80.
*  The Open Pyramid team of Ashlyn GetwayTroi HudsonMakenna WattDiana Santopietro, Holter, Reynolds, Shull, Watkins, Carter, and Boyd posted a strong score of 9.85.

 

Acrobatics & Tumbling: No. 12 Presbyterian Tops Coker In Final Home Meet

 

The 12th-ranked Presbyterian College Blue Hose (4-1) Acrobatics and Tumbling team finished their home schedule a perfect 4-0 after defeating the Coker Cobras (3-3) by the score of 245.780 to 244.210 in their final home meet at the Templeton Center.

“We are excited that we won,” said Presbyterian coach Amber Morrell. “We are looking forward to our trip to Florida in a couple of weeks.”

HOW IT HAPPENED
* Presbyterian scored 34.30 in the Compulsory Event, with the best score of 9.60 in the Heat.
* In the Acro Event, the Blue Hose posted a score of 27.40 with a high score of 9.20 in the 7-Element Heat.
* In the Pyramid Event, the Blue Hose finished with a score of 26.30 with the best score of 9.25 in the Inversion Heat.
* In the Toss Event, Presbyterian collected a score of 24.90 with the best score of 8.85 in the Open Heat.
* In the Tumbling Event, Presbyterian collected a score of 46.85 led by the Duo Pass team of Andey Reynolds and Morgan Todd with a score of 8.55.
* Presbyterian closed out the meet with a score of 86.03 in the Team Event.

 NOTABLES
* In the Compulsory Event Pyramid Heat, Presbyterian’s team of Todd, Reynolds, Ciera Carter, Caroline Holter, Georgia Welborn, Amirah Boyd, Madeline Johnson, Lana Shull, Rachel Ransom, Eliza Ackerman, Maya Cunningham, Maddie Watkins, and Diana Santopietro recorded a score of 9.60.
*  The Inversion Pyramid team of Reynolds, Holter, Shull, Welborn, Troi Hudson, Annie Blakely, and Makenna Watt posted a score of 9.25.
UP NEXT
Presbyterian closes out the regular season in Florida against Saint Leo on Saturday, April 9 at 3 p.m.

 

 

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