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Cyclones Post Season-Best Score At Oregon State

Release: 01/25/2014
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CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Iowa State gymnastics team (1-4 overall, 0-1 Big 12) posted its highest score of the season, in a 196.425-194.850 loss to No. 16 Oregon State Saturday evening in Gill Coliseum. The Cyclones posted team season-high scores on beam and uneven bars and ISU tied its season-high team score on vault.

Once again, Caitlin Brown established a new career-high score in the all-around competition with her 39.150 combined score across the four events.

Uneven Parallel Bars
The Cyclones posted their highest team score of the season on bars, with a 48.850. The highlight of Iowa State’s first rotation came when Camille Santerre received a 9.850, the Cyclones’ highest score of the season on bars. Henrietta Green also tied her season-best with a score of 9.825.

Iowa State matched its best effort of the season on vault, with a score of 48.450. Three gymnasts either tied or set new season-bests in the Cyclones’ second rotation. Caitlin Brown led the way with the Cyclones’ highest vault score of the season, a 9.750. Sara Townsend and Alex Marasco followed suit with season-highs of 9.725.

Floor Exercise
Milan Ivory anchored the Cyclones’ third rotation and put up the best score of the night for Iowa State with a 9.825. Iowa State was solid all around on floor, with Henrietta Green posting a 9.800, followed by a 9.775 for Caitlin Brown.

Caitlin Brown posted the highest Cyclone score of the season on beam and tied a career high with a 9.875 to lead the way in Iowa State’s final rotation. The performance also wrapped up Brown's career-high evening in the all-around as she finished the evening second in the all-around competition at 39.150.

Iowa State had two other gymnasts go over 9.8 on beam, as well. Alex Marasco posted a career-high 9.8500 and Milan Ivory anchored the final rotation and scored a 9.825. The Cyclones’ final rotation was also highlighted by the return of All-American Michelle Shealy, who competed for the first time this season and posted a score of 9.725.

Up Next
The Cyclones will return home to take on West Virginia in Ames, Iowa on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m.
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