No. 11 Gymnastics Win Third-Straight Meet
March 8, 2013
AUBURN -- No. 11 Auburn earned its third-straight meet victory on Friday in Auburn Arena with a victory over the Lindenwood Lady Lions, 196.400-190.450.
The team total score was also Auburn's seventh consecutive score of better than 196, extending its school-record streak.
"I was very really pleased how Petrina and Toi finished off their careers here at Auburn Arena," Auburn head coach Jeff Graba said. "There's always a lot of emotion involved in Senior Night, but they finished here really well.
"Obviously, for us it's not the end of the road, and I do feel the team did a pretty good job of it. Overall, it wasn't an overly sharp night, but we did a good job and now we get to move on to the next step, which is getting on the road for a number of weeks."
Bri Guy, with a score of 39.400, was the all-around winner; Yokay tied her career best with a 39.325 all-around score.
Auburn started the evening with a solid performance on vault, earning a team score of 49.075. High scorers were Guy (9.875) and Caitlin Atkinson (9.85); seniors Garcia and Yokay each scored a 9.80 on vault. Lindenwood's vault total was 48.00.
On uneven bars, the consistent Tigers posted their third-highest score of the season, a 49.175. Yokay, Atkinson and Megan Walker each scored a 9.875. Lindenwood's team score on bars was 47.10.
Auburn had a team balance beam score of 49.050. Yokay tied her career high beam mark with a score of 9.875; Guy's routine also scored 9.875 on beam and Caryn Kadous posted a 9.825. Lindenwood's team balance beam score was 48.175.
Atkinson led the scoring on floor exercise with a score of 9.875. Brittany Webster and Guy each posted floor scores of 9.850. The Lady Lions' team score on floor was 47.225.
The Tigers conclude the 2013 regular season at Pitt on Saturday, March 16, before competing in the SEC Championships at Arkansas March 23.
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