2022-23 NC State Gymnastics

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The NC State gymnastics team has released its 2023 schedule, as announced by sixth-year head coach Kim Landrus on Thursday.

The Wolfpack will compete in 11 meets over the course of the regular season, hosting five in Reynolds Coliseum and traveling for six additional contests.

NC State will begin its season on Monday, January 9, in Chapel Hill, N.C., with a dual meet against in-state rival North Carolina at 6 p.m.

The Wolfpack will open its home slate on Saturday, January 14, against last season's Big Ten runner-up, Michigan State at 4 p.m.

NC State's first tri-meet of the season will take place in Reynolds Coliseum on Saturday, January 21, when a pair of EAGL opponents in Pitt and George Washington travel to Raleigh for a 4 p.m. contest. This will serve as just one of an exciting home slate for the Pack, as George Washington captured last year's EAGL team championship with a score of 196.325.

A two-meet homestand is then ended with a road trip to Auburn on Friday, January 27. The dual meet against the Tigers serves as the highlight of the nonconference slate, as last season Auburn finished in fourth place at the NCAA Championship in Fort Worth, Texas.

NC State will host its second of two tri-meets on Saturday, February 4, hosting both North Carolina and Western Michigan at 4 p.m.

The Wolfpack then head on the road for an all-EAGL quad-meet at Towson on Friday, February 10, alongside both Temple and Pitt.

EAGL foe New Hampshire will visit Reynolds Coliseum on Friday, February 17, the first time the two will face off this season. Shortly following will be a dual meet at Temple on February 19, at 6 p.m.

NC State will get its first look at EAGL opponent Long Island University on February 26, as the Pack will travel to Brookville, N.Y. for a quad meet that additionally includes Illinois and Temple.

NC State's home schedule concludes on Saturday, March 4, at 2 p.m., with a dual meet against Big Ten opponent Rutgers.

The regular season then wraps up with a quad-meet at Texas Woman's University alongside Florida and Washington. Last season, Florida finished second at the NCAA Championships, short of only national champion Oklahoma.

The postseason slate includes the EAGL Championship at New Hampshire on March 18, as well as the NCAA Tournament which begins on March 30.

Fans will be able to get their first look as the Wolfpack at the Red & White exhibition meet in December. Further updates regarding the Red & White meet and other NC State Gymnastics news will be available on GoPack.com.
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NC State gymnastics has publicized the addition of a Red & White exhibition meet to its 2022-23 schedule, as announced by head coach Kim Landrus on Tuesday.

Slated for Saturday, December 17 at 5 p.m. in Reynolds Coliseum, the exhibition will precede the Wolfpack's 11-meet regular season schedule which begins with a dual meet at North Carolina on January 9.

Admission to the event will be free for all attendees and will serve as the first opportunity for NC State fans to see six newcomers to the roster in action, including freshmen Meg Adler, Kailee Adomaites, Katya Edwards, Sofia Obregon, and Madeline Reid alongside transfer Krista Zultevicz.
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The East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) announced the results of its 2023 preseason poll on Tuesday with NC State tabbed in a tie for second place alongside Temple.

The Wolfpack received 46 total points and one first-place vote, just two points shy of North Carolina who was selected as the preseason favorite. NC State has been in the top-three of the EAGL preseason poll in all six years under head coach Kim Landrus' leadership in addition to every year dating back to 2011.

Defending EAGL champion George Washington led the way with two first-place votes, as the Colonials were selected to finish fifth in the poll conducted by the league's eight head coaches.

The full 2023 preseason rankings are as follows with first-place votes in parenthesis:

1: North Carolina 48 (1)
T2: NC State 46 (1)
T2: Temple 46 (1)
4: Towson 43 (1)
5: George Washington 42 (2)
T6: Pittsburgh 25 (1)
T6: New Hampshire 25 (1)
8: LIU 13

NC State will begin EAGL competition at its season-opening meet in Chapel Hill, N.C. in a dual meet against in-state foe North Carolina on Monday, Jan. 9. The Wolfpack will open its home slate of EAGL action on Saturday, Jan. 21 when George Washington and Pittsburgh travel to Raleigh for a tri-meet.

NC State will showcase its 2023 squad for the first time at the Red & White Exhibition on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 5 p.m. in Reynolds Coliseum. Admission to the event is free and attendees can park in the Coliseum Deck on the southeast side of Reynolds.

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NC State gymnastics kicked off its 2023 campaign on Saturday in Reynolds Coliseum with the annual Red & White Exhibition meet.

With the full 20-person roster split into two ten-person squads, it was Team Red who clinched a tightly contested 10-9 win.

The alternate scoring method was provided by guest judges Mr. and Mrs. Wuf.

Team Red picked up an early advantage when senior Chloe Negrete stuck her landing on vault giving her unit an early 3-2 lead.

Team White responded with a commanding 4-1 decision on bars, highlighted by newcomer Madeline Reid making her NC State debut.

Team Red threatened during the beam competition, even tying the score at 6-6 after a strong performance from freshman Sofia Obregon. Despite that, Team White maintained an 8-7 edge as the two squads headed into the final rotation on floor.

Once again, it was Negrete who clinched it for Team Red on floor, this time picking up the tenth and final point of the meet.

A strong showing from both teams was complimented by sixth-year head coach Kim Landrus.

"From start to finish the energy was high and it was so amazing to see our newcomers in action and old returnees back on the competition floor," said Landrus.

NC State will now prepare for its 11-meet regular-season schedule which begins on Monday, Jan. 9. The Pack will open the season in a dual meet at in-state foe North Carolina.
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NC State is slated to open its 2023 gymnastics season on Monday, Jan. 9 at 6 p.m. with a dual meet at North Carolina.

The Tar Heels enter Monday's EAGL opener having competed on Friday, Jan. 6 at the Super 16 in Las Vegas, Nevada. North Carolina's 194.625 was enough for the Tar Heels to land a third-place finish in their quad meet, besting Fisk's 186.700 and ending the meet behind Southern Utah's 195.800 and Washington's 195.475.

The matchup between the Wolfpack and Tar Heels serves a as a crucial one on the EAGL slate, as North Carolina was tabbed as the preseason champion in the league's preseason poll while NC State was picked to finish second.

The Pack enter Monday's meet comping off a strong campaign in 2022 resulting in an NCAA tournament birth that led to NC State landing in third place during the second round's opening session at the Raleigh Regional.

The Wolfpack's 2022 season-high score of 196.925 was set during a quad meet at Maryland, with the result serving as the Pack's third-highest mark in program history.

Monday's meet is free for all attendees and will be held at Carmichael Arena in Chapel Hill, N.C. The meet will additionally be broadcast on the ACC Network Extra with Matt Krause and Sydney Snead on the call.

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The NC State gymnastics team opened its 2023 campaign on Monday evening by shattering its program record of a first-meet score with a final tally of 195.525.

The previous record was a score of 195.150 which was achieved in a 2011 dual meet against Oklahoma.

Falling just short of North Carolina (196.325), the night was highlighted by multiple members of the roster making their career debuts in red and white.

Bars (49.100)
NC State started its evening on bars where freshman Kailee Adomaites posted a debut score of 9.825. Senior Emily Shepard began a strong night with a score of 9.875 which built towards an all-around mark of 39.000. Lauren Rutherford additionally finished with an impressive showing at 9.825, leading off the night for the sophomore that included three scores of at least 9.800. The 49.100 scored back the Pack was its highest of the event.

Vault (48.850)
Rutherford's strong performance continued on vault with a mark of 9.800, which was then met by Shepard at the same score. Additionally, Chloe Negrete's heavily-anticipated return after suffering an injury during the 2022 season was met with a team-best vault tally of 9.875.

Floor (48.925)
Newcomer Krista Zultevicz's night was highlighted by a score of 9.825 on floor which matched the score of Gabrielle Diaz. It was once again Rutherford who led the way for the Wolfpack with a score of 9.850. Negrete's score of 9.775 was the middle event of an impressive evening, while Shepard's score of 9.650 and Hailey Merchant's 9.500 rounded out the NC State lineup.

Beam (48.650)
The Pack's evening ended with a 48.650 on beam highlighted by Negrete and Diaz posting scored of 9.775. Macy Jennings made her lone appearance of the evening on beam with a 9.725, while Zultevicz posted a 9.700.


Next Up
The Pack returns to Reynolds Colisuem for its home opener on Saturday, Jan. 14 this weekend for a dual meet against nationally-ranked Michigan State. Saturday's is contest is slated for a 4 p.m. start and the meet will be broadcast on the ACC Network Extra.

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The NC State gymnastics team kicks off its 2023 home slate of meets on Saturday, Jan. 14 at 4 p.m. when nationally-ranked Michigan State visits Reynolds Coliseum for a dual meet.

The Wolfpack enters Saturday's contest coming off an impressive performance in the team's season opener, a dual meet at North Carolina. Highlighted by a meet-high bars mark of 49.100, NC State set a program record for the highest first-meet score in school history at 195.525, eclipsing the previous tally of 195.150 that was set in the 2011 season opener against Oklahoma.

Monday's dual meet at North Carolina saw both transfer Krista Zultevicz and freshman Kailee Adomaites make their NC State debuts, while additionally highlights included Chloe Negrete's return to action after sitting out the 2022 season due to injury and Emily Shepard posting an all-around score of 39.000.

Michigan State enters Saturday's meet sitting at 13th in Road To National's nationwide poll, with the Spartans coming off a season-opening score of 196.550 in a dual meet at eighth-ranked Alabama. Three Michigan State gymnasts took home event titles, with Sage Kellerman, Gabrielle Stephen, and Baleigh Garcia leading the way for the Spartans.

Saturday's contest will be the seventh time NC State and Michigan State have met in gymnastics, with the Wolfpack holding an all-time edge of 5-1 dating back to 1997. The two schools most recently met in 2019, while the series is highlighted by NC State setting its program record with a score of 197.725 while competing alongside the Spartans in the 2000 Wolfpack Invitational.

Tickets to the meet can be purchased on GoPack.com, while also available at the door upon entry. For those unable to attend, the meet can be streamed on the ACC Network Extra.

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The NC State gymnastics team opened its 2023 home slate of meets with a score of 196.375, the highest mark for a home opener in program history.

The Pack improved on its season-opening score of 195.525 from Jan. 9 by nearly a full point in less than a week of preparation time.

NC State fell just short of nationally-ranked Michigan State who posted a 196.400.

Vault (49.125)
The Wolfpack began the meet with a strong start on vault highlighted by Emily Shepard's fifth-career score of at least 9.900 in the event. Shepard's 9.900 led the way for the Pack and tied her career high, with two scores of 9.825 by Chloe Negrete and Krista Zultevicz following closely behind. The 49.125 tally gave NC State an early edge, with all five counting scores at 9.775 or higher.

Bars (49.100)
Alexis Ortega tied her career high mark on bars at 9.875, with Shepard matching her score on the next routine. Additionally, Lauren Rutherford continued a strong start to the year by improving her season-high score on bars to 9.850. The event also saw Peyton Childs and Hailey Merchant make their lone appearances of the evening with scores of 9.800 and 9.700, respectively, while freshman Kailee Adomaites posted a 9.650.

Beam (48.900)
Negrete's strong night continued on beam as she posted a team-high score of 9.875. Shepard followed closely behind Negrete with a score of 9.775, while Gabrielle Diaz, Macy Jennings, and Zultevicz each tallied marks of 9.750.

Floor (49.250)
NC State's highest event score of the night came in the final rotation where the Pack posted two scores of at least 9.900. Shepard's 9.900 preceded a 9.925 from Negrete to close the meet, while Madison Benson made her 2023 debut at 9.850 and Rutherford posted a 9.850.

Up Next
NC State returns to action on Saturday, Jan. 21 when it hosts an EAGL tri-meet against Pittsburgh and George Washington. Saturday's contest is slated for a 4 p.m. start in Reynolds Coliseum and will be broadcast on the ACC Network Extra.

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The NC State gymnastics team returns to action on Saturday, Jan. 21 for an EAGL tri-meet against conference foes Pitt and George Washington in Reynolds Coliseum.

The meet is slated to begin at 4 p.m. with the action being broadcast on the ACC Network Extra through the Watch ESPN app.

The Wolfpack enters Saturday's contest having set a pair of program records in its first two meets of the season.

In its dual meet at North Carolina on Jan. 9, the Pack's score of 195.525 marked the program's highest score ever in a season opener, while Jan. 14's 196.375 against nationally-ranked Michigan State set a new bar for the highest score in program history in a home opener.

NC State saw vast improvements across the board from its first meet of the 2023 campaign to its second, with the Pack's highest individual and team scores on each event all coming in the team's dual meet against Michigan State.

The Wolfpack's pair of opponents come into Reynolds Coliseum each beginning the 2023 on a positive note. Pitt began its season with a quad-meet victory over Penn, Penn State, and Temple with a score of 195.950. The Panthers followed their Keystone Classic victory with a 193.650 in a quad meet against California, Iowa, and Oregon State, all of which are ranked in Road To Nationals' top 20. Pitt's season has been highlighted thus far by sweeping the opening week's EAGL awards, with Sidney Washington winning Gymnast of the Week, Jordyn Ewing winning Specialist of the Week, and Reyna Garvey winning Rookie of the Week.

2022 EAGL Champion George Washington enters Saturday having begun their season on Jan. 15 with a second-place quad-meet finish at 195.300. The Colonials faced off against Cornell, William & Mary, and meet champion Nebraska to open their 2023 campaign, with their vault and floor scores leading the way at 49.050.

Tickets for Saturday's meet in Reynolds Coliseum can be purchased on GoPack.com with attendees also able to purchase at the door.

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NC State gymnastics set a trio of season-high event scores on vault, bars, and beam on Saturday afternoon in Reynolds Coliseum as the Wolfpack posted a 196.650 and picked up a pair of EAGL victories over George Washington (195.250) and Pitt (195.150).

The Pack's all-around score marked the 14th-highest total in program history, and is the highest tally thus far in NC State's 2023 campaign.

Vault (49.175)
The Wolfpack kicked the evening off by NC State posting a season-high team score on vault highlighted by senior Chloe Negrete's first of three scores of 9.900. Negrete followed a 9.875 from eventual all-around runner-up Emily Shepard, while Lauren Rutherford tallied her first of three scores of 9.850 on vault. Negrete's 9.900 tied her career high in the event while eclipsing her previous season-high mark of 9.875.

Bars (49.125)
NC State posted five scores of 9.800+ in its second rotation led by Rutherford and Hailey Merchant adding scores of 9.850. Merchant's mark set a new season high for the sophomore as Merchant and Rutherford were followed by Alexis Ortega at 9.825. Freshman Kailee Adomaites additionally finished with a 9.800 which matched the score of Peyton Childs. The 49.125 event score improved NC State's previous team season high by a .025 margin from the Pack's dual meet against Michigan State on Jan. 14.

Beam (49.200)
NC State's third season-high event score of the evening came on beam, where the Wolfpack posted an event-high score of 49.200. Negrete led the way for NC State with a 9.900 showing while Shepard's 9.875 improved her season high by a full tenth of a point. Beam specialist Macy Jennings fired a 9.825 while Ortega and Krista Zultevicz posted a pair of 9.800s.

Floor (49.150)
A wire-to-wire win for the Wolfpack ended on floor with Negrete once again leading the way at 9.900. Shepard once again followed with a 9.875 while Rutherford tallied her third 9.850 of the contest. Floor specialist Madison Benson added a 9.775 of her own after making her 2023 debut last week while Gabrielle Diaz closed out the scoring effort with a 9.750. NC State's floor tally of 49.150 marked the first time since Mar. 6, 2022, that all four events ended with a score of 49.000+ for the Wolfpack.

Up Next
NC State returns to action on Friday, Jan. 27 when it makes its second road trip of the season, this time headed to Auburn, Ala. to face No. 7 Auburn in a dual meet. Friday's contest is slated to begin at 7 p.m. and will be held at Auburn's Neville Arena.

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The NC State gymnastics team returns to action on Friday evening as the Pack is set to take on No. 5 Auburn in a dual meet against the Tigers.

The Wolfpack enter the meet ranked 20th after a season-high score of 196.650 during a tri-meet against conference foes George Washington and Pitt last Saturday.

NC State has been off to a hot start in its 2023 campaign, posting program records for the highest season-opener score in program history in a dual meet at North Carolina on Jan. 9 (195.525), followed by the highest score in a home opener in program history on Jan. 14 against Michigan State (196.375).

Saturday's 196.650 marked the 14th-highest score in program history, edging the previous score of 196.625 at the 2018 EAGL Championships. The afternoon was highlighted by an all-around score of 39.250 from senior Emily Shepard in addition to a trio of 9.900 scores on vault, bars, and beam from Chloe Negrete. A solid performance from the Pack also a pair of individual event season-highs from Hailey Merchant on bars and Alexis Ortega on beam, with Merchant posting a 9.850 and Ortega registering a 9.800.

Auburn enters Friday night coming off a 197.500-196.675 dual-meet win over No. 23 Arkansas, marking their highest score of the season thus far. The Tigers have additionally competed in a dual meet against No. 2 Florida in addition to beginning their season at the Super 16 Challenge in Las Vegas, Nev., with a quad meet against top-ranked Oklahoma, No. 3 Michigan, and No. 6 UCLA.

Auburn's 2023 squad entered the year after a landmark showing in 2022, finishing in fourth place during the NCAA Tournament and ending their season in the NCAA's Final Four Meet in Fort Worth, Texas.

Friday's contest is set to begin at 8 p.m. (EST), with the meet being broadcast on SEC Network+ through Watch ESPN's streaming platform. The Pack will return home after Friday night's meet on Feb. 4 for a tri-meet against North Carolina and Western Michigan that will serve as NC State's annual pink meet.

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