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Musgrove, Salig plan to pursue graduate degrees in their respective fields of study
Penn State finished their season with a No. 12 ranking and their 17 trip to the NCAA Championships
Penn State grabs top-12 national finish after earning program's 17th trip to NCAA Championships
Nittany Lions with 149 Academic All-Conference Honorees So Far in 2013-14
Nittany Lions close out season with 194.825 in semifinal two at NCAA Championships
|Vault||9.875||4/6/13||at NCAA Regionals|
|Balance Beam||9.875||3/2/12||vs. Michigan, UNC|
|Floor Exercise||9.925||3/8/14||at New Hampshire Quad|
2014 (Senior Year)
Competed in all 14 of the team's meets, including the NCAA Regional Championships and at the NCAA Championships...Made touches on the vault and floor exercise...Competed on the vault and floor exercise each of the team's meets...Named Academic All-Big Ten and was a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar...Tied for the team lead on the floor exercise...Ranked tied for fifth on the team on the vault...Tied for the team-high on the floor exercise with a 9.850 at the NCAA Championships (4/18)...Scored a 9.725 on the vault at the NCAA Championships (4/18)...Posted a season-best score of 9.850 on the vault to tie for fourth vs. Bridgeport, Western Michigan and Yale (2/28)...Scored 9.825 at the NCAA Regional (4/5)...Also logged a 9.825 at Michigan State (1/25) and vs. Cornell, Southeast Missouri and UIC (1/18) to finish tied for second at each meet...Set a new career-high to win the floor exercise at New Hampshire with Bridgeport and George Washington (3/8)...Has logged a score of 9.900 on three occasions ; NCAA Regional (4/5) to finish tied for fourth, Big Ten Championships (3/22) and vs. Cornell, Southeast Missouri and UIC (1/18) to finish second.
2013 (Junior Year)
Competed in 11 of the team's 12 meets and at the NCAA Regional Championships...Made touches on the vault, balance beam and floor exercise... Earned Academic All-Big Ten and was a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar...Competed on the floor exercise in all 11 of her competitions...Was the team's top performer on the vault and uneven bars...Ranked tied for third on the team on the vault and was fourth on the squad on the floor exercise...Finished tied for seventh on the vault and tied her career-best score of 9.875 at the NCAA Regional Championships (4/6)...Competed on the vault (9.750) and floor exercise (9.825) at the Big Ten Championships (3/23)...Set a career-high on the vault against Kentucky (3/16) with a score of 9.875...Topped the 9.800 mark three other times on the vault; vs. New Hampshire, Temple and Penn (9.850; 3/9), at Michigan (9.825; 2/16) and at Nebraska (9.800; 2/10)...Competed on the balance beam in a tri-meet at Denver with Lindenwood (1/5) and posted a score of 9.100...Boasted a career-best score of 9.900 on the floor exercise vs. New Hampshire, Temple and Penn (3/9)...Posted a score of 9.850 on the floor three times; vs. Michigan State (2/23), at Michigan (2/16) and at Nebraska (2/10).
2012 (Sophomore Year)
Competed in six of the team's 12 meets and at the NCAA Regional Championships...Made touches on the vault, balance beam and floor exercise...Earned Academic All-Big Ten and was a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar...Competed on the vault at the NCAA Regional (4/7) and scored 9.800...Owned a season-best score of 9.850 against SUNY Brockport (2/18) on the vault...Posted a vault score of 9.825 in a quad meet against North Carolina State, George Washington and William & Mary (2/11)...Posted a score of 9.625 on the balance beam in a tri-meet with Michigan and North Carolina (3/2)...Scored 9.800 on the floor exercise in a tri-meet with Michigan and North Carolina (3/2).
2011 (Freshman Year)
Competed in all 11 of the team's meets and at the NCAA Regional Championships...Made touches on the vault and floor exercise...Competed on the vault in every meet...Competed on the vault (9.725) and the floor exercise (9.750) at the NCAA Regional (4/2)...Made touches on the vault (9.750) and the floor exercise (9.850) at the Big Ten Championships (3/19)...Posted a season-best 9.775 on the vault twice; vs. New Hampshire (1/22) and at West Virginia (3/12)...Notched a 9.750 on the vault twice; at Big Ten Championships (3/19) and in a tri-meet with Maryland and North Carolina State...Earned a season-best 9.850 on the floor exercise twice; in a tri-meet vs. North Carolina State and Maryland (3/4) and at the Big Ten Championship (3/19)...Scored a 9.775 on the floor exercise twice; at the Maryland Quad (2/18) and at North Carolina (2/11).
Competed for Champion Gymnastics Academy in Katy, Texas...Was a 2009 and 2010 Junior Olympic National Qualifier...Was a 2010 State Team Champion...Was the uneven bars champion and earned second place in the all-around and on the balance beam at the 2010 Regional...Placed second on the vault, floor exercise and in the all-around at the 2009 Regional...Finished third on the balance beam and fourth on uneven bars and in the all-around at 2009 Texas Championships...Was the 2008 Texas Championships uneven bars champion...Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Clear Creek High School...Named Most Outstanding Senior Math Student...Named to the Honor Roll all four years.
Born Lindsay Ellen Musgrove in League City, Texas on Jan. 18, 1992...Daughter of Bob and Debbie Musgrove...Has one sister, Lauren...Majoring in biobehavioral health...Father was a power lifter in college...Names boating and shopping as her favorite hobbies, Zac Brown Band and Luke Bryan as her favorite entertainers, biology as her favorite school subject, the Houston Astros as her favorite professional sports team and Michael Jordan as favorite athlete...Says pasta is her favorite food, "A Million Little Pieces" is her favorite book, "Modern Family", "The Voice", and "The Bachelorette" are her favorite TV shows, "Bridesmaids" and "Pitch Perfect" are her favorite movies, Bradley Cooper and Katherine Heigl are her favorite actors and Panama City Beach, Fla. is her favorite place to visit.
Why Penn State?
"It is a great school academically and has a good gymnastics program. I loved the girls on the team, the campus and the school spirit. When I visited, I fit right in."
Coach Thompson on Musgrove
"It's hard to believe that Lindsay is already a senior. Lindsay has been outstanding over the past three seasons and we expect her to finish out her Nittany Lion career with best-ever performances on every event. She is ready to go as an all-around, but is willing to play any role necessary to help us. We love Lindsay."
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