The UIC women's gymnastics team produced its second-best score of the season on Sunday while it fell to Western Michigan, 195.075-194.225, at University Arena. Senior Catherine Dion took the best scores for the Flames and came away with a pair of first-place finishes, while redshirt-junior Kimberly Randall joined Dion on vault with a team-high score.
The UIC women's gymnastics team will compete in its second-to-last meet of the regular season on Sunday, as it heads to Kalamazoo, Mich., for a non-conference dual meet against Western Michigan at University Arena beginning at 1 p.m. CT.
Sophomore Kerensa Mitchell has been named the MIC Specialist of the Week, as announced by the Midwest Independent Conference on Wednesday. Mitchell picks up the accolade for the first time in her career after recording a personal-best score on beam against Ball State on March 1.
The UIC women's gymnastics team captured its third home victory of the season with a 194.100-193.950 win over Ball State on Saturday at the Physical Education Building. Senior Catherine Dion posted the best scores for the Flames and came away with first on three events, while junior Citlali Cuevas, sophomores Kerensa Mitchell and Alexandra Vedenin, and Dion all set new career-high scores.
The UIC women's gymnastics team gets set to host Ball State on Saturday in a non-conference meet at 5 p.m. CT inside the Physical Education Building. The Flames are averaging a score of 193.065 this season, ahead of the Cardinals' 191.565.
Senior Catherine Dion has been named MIC Gymnast of the Week, as announced by the Midwest Independent Conference on Wednesday. Dion picks up the accolade for the third-straight week and fifth time this season after collecting top scores for the Flames last weekend.