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No. 13 Gymnastics Hosts No. 11 Denver, New Hampshire, SEMO In Home Finale Quad Meet

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MEET TEN: #13 Missouri vs. #11 Denver, New Hampshire and SEMO
Meet Details Sunday, March 10 • 1 p.m. • Columbia, Mo. • Hearnes Center
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COLUMBIA, Mo. — No. 13 University of Missouri gymnastics (8-5, 2-5 SEC) hosts the Mizzou Quad against No. 11 Denver (15-2, 4-2 Big 12), New Hampshire (16-10, 10-2 EAGL) and SEMO (7-11-1, 3-2 MIC) as the final home meet of the 2024 season. First touch from Hearnes Center is scheduled for 1 p.m. CT, and the action will be streamed on SEC Network+. 

As a part of the Senior Night celebration, the Tigers will recognize Kyra Burns, Alonna Kratzer, Amaya Marshall, Kalise Newson, Hollyn Patrick, Sydney Schaffer, Sienna Schreiber and Mara Titarsolej as part of the 2024 senior class.

  • Last Sunday night, the No. 13 Tigers hosted the Battle Line Rivalry against No. 12 Arkansas, producing a season-best score of 197.525 in defeat at Hearnes Center
  • The Tigers earned a share of all five event titles, with Sienna Schrieber placing first on vault, beam and all-around, Hollyn Patrick tying for first in bars, and Kennedy Griffin and Jocelyn Moore for the top spot on floor. 
  • Schreiber clinched her first career perfect 10 on beam, the third perfect 10 in program history on the event. 
  • The Tigers remain consistent in the No. 13 spot for the third week in a row with a program-record NQS of 197.275.
  • Missouri moved up to No. 10 on vault with an NQS 49.300. 
  • The Tigers jumped two spots to No. 12 this week in bars with an NQS of 49.350. 
  • On beam, MU remained in the top 25 on the beam, checking in at No. 19 with an NQS 49.230. 
  • After last weekend’s performance, Missouri’s Fab Floor moved up in the rankings to No. 8 after beating Arkansas out in the floor with an overall score of 49.600. The floor NQS is standing at 49.525. 
  • Sunday night served as a record-setting outing for graduate student Sienna Schreiber, who had the night of her life at her penultimate home meet.
  • In a routine five years in the making, the Cumming, Georgia native clinched her first career perfect 10 on beam, becoming the first Tiger to secure a perfect score on beam since Lauren Schwartzman in 2004.
  • As a result of her perfect 10 and a 9.925 on floor which tied her career best, Schreiber compiled a career-record 39.650 all-around score.
  • Junior Jocelyn Moore continued her record-breaking run on floor this season, extending her run of 9.9s on the apparatus to 12 meets dating back to last season.
  • Moore tied for the event title this past weekend along with freshman Kennedy Griffin, earning a 9.950. 
  • The Hillsborough, New Jersey, native is one of two gymnasts in the SEC to earn a score of 9.9 or higher on every floor routine this season.  
  • Assistant coach Whitney Snowden has led the bars renaissance for the Tigers this season, continuing with another outstanding performance against Arkansas
  • The bar squad tied for the second-best score in program history this past weekend, earning a total score of 49.450.
  • The front half of Missouri’s lineup executed a trio of scores of 9.9 or higher to bolster the rotation.
  • Senior Kyra Burns started the Tigers’ hot run by earning a 9.900, tying her career-best score.
  • Graduate student Hollyn Patrick tied for the event title, earning a season-high score of 9.925. 
  • Senior Amaya Marshall tied her career-high by earning a 9.900 for the second time this season. 
  • Sienna Schreiber and Jocelyn Moore rounded out the rotation with a 9.850 and 9.875, respectively.
  • This is the third time this season Missouri has scored 49.4 or higher. The two previous times came with a 49.425 performance at Kentucky on Feb. 9 and a program-record 49.500 at Mizzou to the Lou on Feb. 16.
  • As it has done all season long, Missouri’s Fab Floor rotation delivered an excellent score against Arkansas with a 49.600 in the final rotation.
  • A quartet of Tigers delivered 9.9 routines, as the Tigers recorded four or more 9.9s on floor for the fourth time this season.
  • The one-two punch of Sienna Schreiber and Alonna Kratzer each delivered routines that tied their career bests at the top of the lineup with a 9.925 and 9.900, respectively.
  • Amari Celestine maintained her consistent string of floor routines with a 9.875 in the fourth spot before Kennedy Griffin and Jocelyn Moore each delivered 9.950 performances to share the floor title.
  • The Tigers’ streak of floor rotations over 49.3 extended to 15 meets, five more than the second-longest streak in the SEC (Arkansas with 10).
  • The Tigers have at least one gymnast ranked among the top 25 on four events, including all-around. 
  • Sienna Schrieber checks in as the highest-ranked Tiger on any event, tying for No. 4 in the country on beam with an NQS of 9.950 and is ranked No. 16 all-around with an NQS of 39.510. 
  • Jocelyn Moore checks in at No. 6 this week on floor with an NQS of 9.950. 
  • On bars, Mara Titarsolej is ranked No. 17 with an NQS of 9.915. 
  • Freshman Hannah Horton is currently tied at No. 25 on vault with an NQS of 9.885.  
  • The last time Missouri and Denver faced off was Jan. 26, 2019, in a quad meet that pitted the No. 15 Tigers and No. 7 Pioneers against No. 1 Oklahoma and No. 21 Arkansas. 
  • Denver took second in the quad with a 196.350 team score while Mizzou finished third, scoring a 196.200. 
  • Missouri and New Hampshire last faced off on Apr. 1, 2017, in the NCAA Gainesville Regional hosted by Florida. 
  • The six-team regional included No. 15 Mizzou, No. 3 Florida, No. 10 Georgia, UNH, Penn State, and North Carolina. 
  • The Tigers earned a 196.100 for a third-place finish, while UNH rounded out the six-team field with a 194.425.
  • The Tiger’s last time against the Redhawks was this season on Jan. 6, 2024, at Hearnes Center for the Mizzou Invitational. 
  • The No. 12 Mizzou gymnastics team posted their program-best season opener score, earning 197.150 to finish first in the four-team field including the Redhawks, Lindenwood and Northern Illinois.
  • Junior Jocelyn Moore tied her career best on the floor, earning a 9.975 to start the season to help the floor squad to a 49.450 score. 
  • The Tigers swept the podium on every event, claiming the top three positions on all four rotations. For vault and bars, Missouri claimed each of the top five entries.
  • Denver has the lead over MU in the all-time series, 10-8.  
  • The Tigers lead New Hampshire in the all-time series, 15-5.
  • Missouri holds a 36-8 lead over SEMO in the all-time series.

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