2022-23 NC State Gymnastics 3.18 2nd @ EAGL Championship

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The NC State gymnastics team brought home a second-place finish in its final EAGL Championship meet, posting a 196.425.

The evening was highlighted by Alexis Ortega being recognized as the all-around champion at 39.250, while Emily Shepard was awarded the EAGL Gymnast of the Year for the second time in her career. Chloe Negrete additionally claimed co-champion honors on floor with a score of 9.900.

Towson took the team title with a 196.500, claiming the school's first EAGL Championship in program history.

Beam (49.075)
The Pack began its evening on beam where the team only counted scores of 9.800+. For the 11th time in 12 meets, Negrete posted the Pack's best score in the event, firing a 9.850. Ortega used a 9.800 to aid her all-around effort that was matched by Gabrielle Diaz and Krista Zultevicz. Beam specialist Macy Jennings additionally tied her season-high of 9.825 to round of the NC State scoring effort.

Floor (49.275)
The Pack's best event of the night came in its second rotation, with a 9.900 from Negrete in the anchor position marking the best score from any Wolfpack gymnast of the evening. Lauren Rutherford posted the second-highest score at 9.875, while a pair of 9.850 marks from Diaz and Zultevicz helped deliver a strong six-routine showing. Ortega's 9.800 was NC State's final counting score, while Shepard posted a 9.775.

Vault (49.025)
The Pack posted a trio of 9.800 marks on vault, as Diaz, Rutherford, and Negrete each tied one another during the squad's third rotation. Shepard's 9.850 was the Wolfpack's best score, while a 9.775 from Ortega completed the scoring.

Bars (49.050)
NC State closed with three 9.850+ scores on bars, highlighted by back-to-back 9.875 scores from all-arounders Ortega and Shepard. Rutherford anchored at 9.850, while Kailee Adomaites led off with a 9.650. Peyton Childs added a 9.750, while Meredith Robinson completed the scoring effort at 9.700.

NC State saw seven gymnasts selected as EAGL All-Tournament selections, as Shepard was selected as a first-team honoree on vault on bars, Negrete received first-team honors on floor while compiling second-team finishes on vault and beam, Ortega was a first-team selection on bars, Diaz was first-team on floor and second-team on vault, while Rutherford was first-team on floor and second-team on vault and bars. Jennings and Zultevicz were each recognized as well, with Jennings a second-team selection on beam and Zultevicz a first-team selection on floor.

The Wolfpack will learn its NCAA Tournament fate on Monday, Mar. 20, as the NCAA Selection Show will air at noon on Mar. 20.

https://gopack.com/news/2023/3/19/womens-gymnastics-gymnastics-posts-second-place-finish-at-eagl-championships.aspx
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The NC State gymnastics team qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the 32nd time in program history on Monday, Mar. 20, as the Pack will compete in the first round against Ball State in the Norman, Okla. Regional on Wednesday, Mar. 29.

The announcement marked the fifth-consecutive tournament berth for the Wolfpack and is the second time in program history that NC State has been sent to a regional hosted by Oklahoma.

The winner of the Wolfpack's Mar. 29, dual meet against Ball State will face Arkansas, Ohio State, and host Oklahoma, in a quad meet on Mar. 30, while the other portion of the regional includes Alabama, Illinois, Iowa, and Kentucky. The regional final will be held on Saturday, Apr. 1.

2023 EAGL Gymnast of the Year Emily Shepard was selected as an individual all-around competitor, while Chloe Negrete will serve as an individual event specialist on vault, beam, and floor.

Additional information including meet times and broadcast information will be made available at a later date.

https://gopack.com/news/2023/3/20/womens-gymnastics-gymnastics-selected-for-programs-32nd-ncaa-tournament.aspx
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Wolfpack gymnastics saw its season come to an end on March 30 after a postseason run that failed to live up to the hype of its regular-season performance. The 2023 season saw the program reach new heights, including the highest score in a home opener in program history (196.375), the most-consecutive scores of 196.000-plus at seven and the best score in program history since 2000 coming on March 4 against Rutgers (197.225).

The 13-11 finish is a slight step back from last year's 16-10 record, but the final postseason result of a second-round regional championship exit is ultimately the same. This era of NC State gymnastics is coming to an end with Shepard, Ortega and Negrete having one year of eligibility left, but fans shouldn't worry with Rutherford, Adler and Merchant still fresh into their respective collegiate careers. Next year will be telling of where the program is headed under the leadership of Landrus and her coaching staff

https://www.technicianonline.com/sports/nc-state-gymnastics-reaches-new-heights-in-2023/article_7bdcc204-d34b-11ed-a710-b3328c38b3be.html
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This time last week, we celebrated #Team43 with our annual end of year banquet!

Chloe Negrete & Meredith Robinson led off the evening being honored as winners of the Scholar-Athlete Award!

Chloe Negrete, Emily Shepard, and Gabby Diaz were each honored as our Most Consistent Gymnasts of the year!

Peyton Childs was named our Most Improved Gymnast during last week's ceremony

 
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