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Mizzou scores a 196.850 in the North Carolina Quad

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - The No. 8 University of Missouri gymnastics team continued its hot start to the 2022 season with a 196.850-196.475/194.825/191.025 win against North Carolina, Georgia Washington and Brown Saturday night in the Carmichael Arena. Junior Sienna Schreiber claimed the all-around title with a 39.500. 


This meet marks the fourth-straight meet that the Tigers have earned a 49.000 or better on each event. It is the longest streak in Mizzou history.

  • Two Tigers made their debut tonight as Sophomore Krya Burns debuted on floor and Freshman Victoria Gatzedorfer got the start on both balance beam and bars.
  • Schreiber claimed the all-around title with a 39.500. She also able earned the beam crown with a 9.950.
  • In Mizzou's first rotation on beam, two Tigers scored above a 9.9. Schreiber scored a 9.95, while senior Alisa Sheremeta scored a 9.90.
  • Sheremeta also scored a 9.90 to lead the Tigers on floor.
  • On vault, freshman Jocelyn Moore led Mizzou with a meet-high 9.950.
  • In Mizzou's final rotation on bars, four Tigers scored above a 9.8. Sophomore Amaya Marshall scored a 9.875, Schreiber a 9.875, Gatzendorfer a 9.850 and Moore a 9.825.


Coach Welker on tonight's performance...

"I thought the meet was a great step forward. I was pleased with the new faces and routines we got to see tonight. Overall we were very consistent on all four events. We did it without two of our girls, who were very consistent and impactful in the first week. It was a great performance from the whole team and I am excited for what they will bring in the upcoming weeks. The night's highlight has to be Kyra Burn competing for the first time as a Tiger. She was out last year with an injury and she brought great energy. You could feel how excited she was and how excited her teammates were for her."


Vault - Jocelyn Moore (9.950)

Beam - Sienna Schreiber (9.950)

All-Around - Sienna Schreiber (39.500)


The Tigers are on the road to face off against Kentucky on Saturday, Jan. 29, at 3 p.m. CT. The meet will air on the SEC Network.


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