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Moore, Schreiber Earn Event Titles In Defeat At No. 4 Alabama

Jocelyn Moore

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The No. 3-ranked University of Missouri gymnastics team secured two event titles from junior Jocelyn Moore and graduate Sienna Schreiber, but could not upend No. 4 Alabama, 197.225-196.475, in a top-five clash Friday night at Coleman Coliseum. The Tigers suffered their first defeat of 2024, as their record dips to 3-1 with an 0-1 SEC record, while the Crimson Tide maintain their undefeated start to 2024 with a 4-0 record and a 1-0 conference mark.

Moore anchored the vault lineup, posting a 9.925 to help Mizzou surpass Alabama in vault scoring, 49.375-49.150. For Schreiber, she rounded out the night with a 9.950 on beam in the Tigers’ last routine of the meet. 

However, Alabama produced four strong rotations, never dipping below 49 while scoring the best rotation of the night with a 49.550 on bars to create separation through two routines. Luisa Blanco won the all-around title for the Crimson Tide by notching a trio of 9.9 routines to earn the bars and floor titles.


For the first rotation on bars, Missouri scored a 48.950, snapping its streak of 13 consecutive meets of scoring 49 or higher on the apparatus. The Tigers received its highest scores at the end of the lineup, as graduate Sienna Schreiber and senior Mara Titarsolej each produced a 9.850.  

On vault, Alabama secured the first 9.9 of the meet, as Luisa Blanco scored a 9.900 to help the Crimson Tide take a 49.125-48.950 edge.


On vault, the Tigers earned a spot in the record book at No. 5 on the single-meet vault scoring list by producing a 49.375. All six Tigers collected a score of 9.8 or higher with the two final competitors — freshman Hannah Horton and junior Jocelyn Moore producing Mizzou’s first 9.9s on the apparatus this season. Horton claimed a 9.900 — her first at the college level — while the two-time WCGA Regular Season All-American Moore secured a 9.925 to earn the event title.

Alabama notched a 49.550 on bars with four members of the Crimson Tide scoring higher than 9.9. Blanco claimed the event title with her 9.950 routine as the hosts led by .350 at the halfway point.


For a second consecutive meet, a pair of Tigers picked up scores of 9.9 or higher as Mizzou won the rotation, 49.350-49.050. Horton and Moore both reached the 9.900 mark for a second consecutive meet, while Schreiber and junior Alonna Kratzer supplemented them with a 9.850 and 9.875, respectively. 

On the beam, the Crimson Tide posted their lowest rotation score of the evening. Blanco helped Alabama crack the 49 mark with her 9.925 to anchor.


While Schreiber captured the beam title with a stunning 9.950 to anchor the Tigers, Mizzou could not gain ground on Alabama in the final rotation.

The Crimson Tide posted a 49.350 on floor, meaning Alabama and Mizzou tied on the apparatus.


  • Missouri leaves Tuscaloosa with a 1-45 all-time record against Alabama.
  • With five 9.9s, the Tigers produced more 9.9s (four) than they had in their season opener last Saturday.
  • Schreiber won the beam title with a 9.950 routine, marking her third consecutive 9.9 dating back to the 2023 NCAA Los Angeles Regional Final.
  • Hannah Horton picked up her first collegiate 9.9 on vault with her 9.900 on the apparatus.
  • Horton became the first Missouri gymnast to put together two 9.9 routines since Amari Celestine at the 2022 NCAA Championship Semifinal.
  • Kennedy Griffin cracked her first collegiate lineup, representing the Tigers second in the floor lineup with a 9.825.


The Tigers travel to Athens, Georgia to compete in their second SEC road dual in as many weeks against No. 15 Georgia. The meet from Stegeman Coliseum is set for 1 p.m. CT, and the competition will be broadcast on SEC Network+.


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Vault 49.375

1. Jocelyn Moore – 9.925

2. Hannah Horton – 9.900

T3. Amari Celestine – 9.875

5. Sienna Schreiber – 9.850

T6. Rayna Light – 9.825

10. Grace Anne Davis – 9.800

Bars 48.950

T6. Sienna Schreiber – 9.850

T6. Mara Titarsolej – 9.850

8. Kyra Burns – 9.800

T10. Amaya Marshall – 9.725

T10. Jocelyn Moore – 9.725

12. Hollyn Patrick – 9.650 

Beam 48.800

1. Sienna Schreiber – 9.950

T4. Sydney Schaffer – 9.800

7. Amari Celestine – 9.750

T8. Amaya Marshall – 9.700

11. Grace Anne Davis – 9.600

12. Mara Titarsolej – 9.550

Floor 49.350

T2. Jocelyn Moore – 9.900

T2. Hannah Horton – 9.900

T5. Alonna Kratzer – 9.875

9. Sienna Schreiber – 9.850

10. Kennedy Griffin – 9.825

12. Amari Celestine – 9.700

This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics