Another top mark of 195,025 spurs Gymnastics to victory at the UNH Quad

DURHAM, New Hampshire— The University of Pennsylvania gymnastics teams were victorious in their first quad meet of the season, posting a season-high 195.025 to win Sunday afternoon’s UNH Quad Meet at Lundholm Gymnasium.

The Quakers (6-4, 1-0 Ivy, 3-0 GEC) edged out hosts New Hampshire (192.750), Yale (192.700), and Wisconsin Whitewater (191.350) to claim the win.

BEAM | Penn 48,775
Campbell Marr and Skyelar Kerico both led the Quakers with scores of 9,800, while Samantha Wu and Kiersten Belkoff followed with scores of 9,750 and 9,725, respectively. McCaleigh Marr counted a 9,700 with Sara Kenefick Registration of an 8,950.

FLOOR | Penn 48,700

After a successful ground exercise a week ago, the Quakers got back on track with another at UNH, as Marissa Lassiter and Isabel song ended in a tie with a score of 9.775. Kerico picked up a 9,750 and Belkoff had a 9,700 with Emma Davis. Kenefick was sixth with 9,400.


Belkoff scored a 9.775 to lead the Quakers on vault, with Lassiter assisting them with a 9.725. Campbell Marr scored a 9,700, Kerico a 9,675. Alisha Werlen (9,600) and Kenefick (9,550) completed the field.

RODS | Penn 49,075

Penn’s best event of the day came on the uneven bars, scoring a tie for the fourth-best mark in program history. Keriko and McCaleigh Marr Tie with a score of 9.874 and Carly Oniki added a mark of 9,800. Kristen Kuehn finished fourth on the team with a score of 9.775 and Lassiter finished fifth with a 9.750 and Kenefick finished sixth with a score of 9.725.

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Quaker touch meal

*Penn’s score of 195.025 is the team’s best score of the season, the first score above 195.0 and was tied for the fourth-best grade in program history.
*Campbell Marr and Skyelar Kerico shared by the overall lead on the balance beam with identical scores of 9,800.
* Kerico and McCaleigh Marr Second on uneven bars (9.875). Kerico’s mark was a career high.
*Kiersten Belkoff finished second on vault (9.775).
*Isabel song and Marissa Lassiter Second with two others on the floor (9.775).
*Kerico won the all-around crown with a score of 39,100.
*Quakers improve to 3-0 in GEC game and 1-0 against Ivy opponents by beating Yale.


Penn travels to Ithaca, NY next Sunday February 5th at 1pm PDT against Ivy and GEC nemesis Cornell