The No. 8-ranked Oregon State gymnastics team wrapped up the home slate Friday night against New Hampshire and Seattle Pacific.
OSU won with a 196.725 to New Hampshire’s 193.050 and Seattle Pacific’s 191.000.
The usual lineup was being used. Makayla Stambaugh gave it a go in the all-around.
“I have to remember this moment because I’ve never going to have it back,” Mak said. “Olivia and I shared a moment after floor. I wanted to cry. It’s a bittersweet moment. I’m so happy with our careers.”
The team started out bad, but ended up with a good score of 49.100. That’s the best score since the last home meet. Check out Chelsea Tang below.
Here are the scores: Melanie Jones 9.725, Leslie Mak 9.725, Chelsea Tang 9.775, Makayla Stambaugh 9.825, Brittany Harris 9.850, Kelsi Blalock 9.925.
Melanie Jones tied a career on this event to help the Beavers to a 49.250, and the Beavers pulled away. Check out Mak below.
Here are the scores: Hannah Casey 9.750, Brittany Harris 9.825, Olivia Vivian 9.825, Melanie Jones 9.850, Makayla Stambaugh 9.850, Leslie Mak 9.900.
At the halfway point, the scores are OSU 98.350 – UNH 96.125 – SPU 95.175 heading for the third rotation.
This was a solid but not the best performance for the team on this event with a 49.125. Check out Jones below. Team scores through three: OSU 147.475 – UNH 144.475 – SPU 143.075
Here are the individual scores: Makayla Stambaugh 9.750, Kelsi Blalock 9.800, Brittany Harris 9.800, Olivia Vivian 9.800, Leslie Mak 9.850, Melanie Jones 9.875.
Blalock scored a career high and the Beavers scored well with a 49.250. Check out Mak below.
Vivian struggled all meet. I think she put a lot of pressure on herself in her final home meet.
Here are the scores:Olivia Vivian 9.050, Brittany Harris 9.775, Melanie Jones 9.825, Kelsi Blalock 9.850, Makayla Stambaugh 9.875, Leslie Mak 9.925.