Feb. 3, 2009
University Park, Pa. -
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The 15th-ranked Penn State women's gymnastics team hosts its first quad meet of the season on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 7:00 p.m. at Rec Hall when it welcomes Cornell, Pennsylvania and William & Mary. Live scoring and video will be available at www.GoPSUsports.com.
Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for youth and $2 per person for groups of 10 or more. All tickets will be available at the Rec Hall ticket office the night of the meet.
Rotations: Penn State, Penn, Cornell, William & Mary
Rotation 1: Penn State, vault / Penn, uneven bars / Cornell, beam / William & Mary, floor
Rotation 2: William & Mary, vault / Penn State, uneven bars / Penn, beam / Cornell, floor
Rotation 3: Cornell, vault / William & Mary, uneven bars / Penn State, beam / Penn, floor
Rotation 4: Penn, vault / Cornell, uneven bars / William & Mary, beam / Penn State, floor
Last Time Out
Penn State fell at Nebraska, 195.325-194.625. Junior Brandi Personett captured her third all-around title of the year with a 39.300, securing a first-place and season-high 9.950 on vault and a first-place and season-high-tying 9.925 on floor. Freshman Natalie Ettl placed third on bars with a 9.750 while Personett claimed top honors for the Lions on beam with a third-place 9.725.
In The Rankings
Below is where Penn State sits in the respective GymInfo rankings for the week of Feb. 2. (www.troester.com/gym)
Based on Total Season Average
National (PSU Rank, Leader)
Team: 194.556 (15th - Utah, 196.700)
Vault: 49.069 (7th - Utah, 49.300)
Bars: 48.356 (NR - Florida, 49.281)
Beam: 48.712 (14th - Alabama, 49.231)
Floor: 48.419 (NR - Arkansas, 49.220)
Individually in the National Rankings
Brandi Personett is tied for 25th in the all-around with an average of 39.181 and ranks first in the country on floor with an average of 9.900.
For more information on the Penn State women's gymnastics team, please visit www.GoPSUsports.com.