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Gymnastics Maintains No. 13 Placement In Road To Nationals Rankings

Sienna Schreiber

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The University of Missouri gymnastics team set a program-best NQS score of 197.275 with the release of the week nine rankings to hold their spot at No. 13 in the Road To Nationals rankings. The mark breaks the Tigers’ previous program record of 197.195 set in the final week of the 2022 season.

The Tigers posted their best team score of 2024 and the fifth-best mark in program history with a 197.525 Sunday evening against Arkansas. The team had a pair of rotation scores that tied for second place in program history, with a stellar bars rotation that netted a 49.450 and a floor score of 49.600.

Missouri has three event groups that rank among the top 12 in the nation. Following a 49.225 outing on Sunday, the Tigers vault lineup re-enters the top 10 at No. 10. Mizzou held at No. 11 for the past three weeks, but after the Tigers counted five scores of 9.8 or higher for a fourth consecutive meet, they surged up a spot with a 49.300 NQS that is tied with Ohio State.

Thanks to another big outing from the bar swingers, MU boosted its standing by two spots to No. 12 with a 49.350 NQS. This is the highest spot the Tigers have reached in the bars rankings since the seventh week of the 2022 season when Mizzou reached the same spot.

Missouri’s NQS on beam jumped significantly this past weekend as the Tigers now sit at No. 19 with a 49.230 NQS. The Tigers posted a 49.250 this past weekend, marking the fifth time this season that they have eclipsed the 49 mark on the event.

The Fab Floor carries MU’s highest ranking, as the Tigers jumped over Arkansas to No. 8 with a 49.525. The event group has held a spot within the top 10 every week this season after extending its streak of performances above 49.3 to 15 meets.

Four Tigers hold event scores that rank among the top 25 in the nation. Thanks to her perfect 10 on beam, graduate student Sienna Schreiber holds the best NQS in the SEC and the No. 4 spot in the country with a 9.950. She looks to earn her third career WCGA Regular-Season All-American nod on the event. The Cumming, Georgia, star also ranks No. 16 in the country in the all-around with a 39.510 NQS after scoring a career-best 39.650 in the all-around Sunday.

Junior Jocelyn Moore is also in a position for an All-American nod, as her 9.950 NQS on floor ranks No. 6 in the country. After hitting a 9.950 to clinch the floor title against Arkansas, Moore continued to build her 9.9 streak on floor to 12 meets as she is one of just two gymnasts in the SEC to hit 9.9s on the apparatus in every routine this year.

Senior Mara Titarsolej ranks No. 17 in the country on bars with a 9.915 NQS thanks to a string of consistent performances. Freshman Hannah Horton rounds out the ranked Tigers at No. 25 in the nation on vault with a 9.885 NQS.


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