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Gymnastics extends postseason after dominating performance in NCAA Regional group

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Our No. 11 Mizzou Gymnastics Team is currently in Raleigh, NC for the 2022 NCAA Raleigh Regional Second Round, and y’all… they killed it. And because of this, they will advance to Saturday’s regional final [the Sweet 16], which starts at 4pm on ESPN+. If they finish in the top two there, they’ll move onto to the national championships. This is the first time Missouri has taken the no. 1 spot in a regional since 2010, and this was their second highest regional score in program history.

To get into the regional final, Mizzou had to knock out no. 6 LSU, Iowa, and NC State. Along with Iowa, other teams Missouri will be competing against on Saturday are no. 14 UCLA and no. 3 Michigan.


  1. Missouri: 197.150
  2. Iowa: 196.800
  3. LSU: 195.575
  4. NC State: 195.700

As for theatrics, there were plenty. LSU was leading going into the final rotation with a score of 147.795, with Mizzou in second (147.775) and Iowa in third (147.765), but the purple & gold Tigers had an unfortunate fall on beam, thus ending the purple & gold Tigers season for their five super-seniors and making it mathematically impossible to catch the Hawkeyes.

As a team, Missouri scored above 49.000 in each of its four routines. The Tigers’ performance on the beam set them apart from the rest of the pack, which included Schreiber’s score as well as Helen Hu’s score of 9.950.


Rotation One: VAULT

  • Sydney Schaffer: 9.750
  • Hannah McCrary: 9.750
  • Sienna Schreiber: 9.950
  • Grace Anne Davis: 9.825
  • Amari Celestine: 9.825
  • Jocelyn Moore: 9.900

TOTAL: 49.150 / RUNNING: 49.150, second place

Rotation Two: BARS

  • Amaya Marshall: 9.875
  • Amari Celestine: 9.800
  • Hollyn Patrick: 9.85
  • Sienna Schreiber: 9.800
  • Alisa Sheremeta: 9.800
  • Helen Hu 9.850

TOTAL: 49.175 / RUNNING: 98.325

Rotation Three: BEAM

  • Amaya Marshall: 9.85
  • Hannah McCrary: 9.875
  • Sydney Schaffer: 9.85
  • Alisa Sheremeta: 9.250
  • Helen Hu: 9.95
  • Sienna Schreiber: 9.975

TOTAL: 49.450 (new regional program high) / RUNNING: 147.775, second place (.20 behind LSU, .10 ahead of Iowa) .

Rotation Four: FLOOR

  • Sienna Schreiber: 9.85
  • Sydney Schaffer: 9.85
  • Alisa Sheremeta:. 9.875
  • Hannah McCrary: 9.90
  • Jocelyn Moore: 9.90
  • Amari Celestine: not sure?

Our tumbling Tigers have had a great, great season thus far, and recorded its highest-ever SEC Championships score and finish with a 196.875 to place fourth at the 2022 Championships on March 19. The team’s previous highest finish was sixth, and their previous highest point title was 196.875. Additionally, both Sienna Schreiber and Jocelyn Moore were awarded WCGA All-American honors. Moore claimed first team honors on vault, while Schreiber claimed second team honors on beam and in the all-around. (

On to the links!

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