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No. 13 Gymnastics Posts A 197.375 To Take Second On Senior Night

Amari Celestine

COLUMBIA, Mo. — No. 13 University of Missouri gymnastics team posted two of its best rotation scores in program history to notch a total score of 197.375 on Senior Night Sunday at Hearnes Center. The Tigers finished second, defeating SEMO (193.150) and New Hampshire (195.250), while trailing behind No. 11 Denver, who earned a score of 197.625. 

MU shattered its program bars record with a 49.600, breaking the mark of 49.500 set just four meets ago at Mizzou to the Lou on Feb. 16. All six Tigers scored above a 9.875, and the team was powered by career-best marks from senior Amaya Marshall and graduate student Sienna Schreiber, who produced a 9.925 and 9.950, respectively. Schreiber and senior Mara Titarsolej each picked up the event title, as the Zutphen, Netherlands, native picked up her fifth 9.9 of the year on bars.

In the final rotation, the Tigers recorded their highest floor score of the season and the second-best total on the apparatus this season with a 49.625 cumulative mark. Four Tigers secured totals above 9.925, with Schreiber and freshman Kennedy Griffin leading the way with a pair of 9.950s to share the event title.

Heading into the final regular-season meet next Sunday, Missouri’s record sits at 10-6 with a 2-5 SEC record.


The Tigers started off their last home meet earning a total score of 49.075 on vault. Jocelyn Moore received the highest score for MU with a 9.875 on her Yurchenko 1 ½, and Amari Celestine followed with a score of 9.850. 


Missouri’s bar rotation earned their highest total bar score in program history with a 49.600. The senior squad was out to impress this afternoon for their last time at Hearnes Center. Kyra Burns and Hollyn Patrick opened with a pair of 9.875s before Amaya Marshall picked up her career-high of a 9.925 in the third spot. Schreiber stuck her dismount to tie her career-high 9.950, while Moore secured a 9.900 in the fifth spot. Mara Titarsolej followed with a score of 9.950 to obliterate the program record.


Schreiber continued her hot streak on beam this week, earning a score of 9.925 for her fourth consecutive 9.9 on the apparatus. Celestine and junior Grace Anne Davis both added 9.900 performances as the Tigers earned a 49.075 in this event. 


Missouri closed out the meet in a typical fashion as The Fab Floor earned a score of 49.625, the second-best floor score in team history. Schreiber led off with a career-high of 9.950 for her last routine in Hearnes Center. Senior Alonna Kratzer closed out her last season with a 9.875. 

In the back half of the rotation, Celestine, Griffin and Moore each hit routines of 9.925 or above. Celestine and Moore provided 9.925s in the fourth spot and anchor position, respectively, while Griffin shared the event title with Schreiber with a 9.950. 


  • Missouri broke the program bars record with a 49.600, improving its previous record by a full tenth.
  • With a 49.625 team floor score, MU picked up its second-best mark on the apparatus in program history.
  • The Tigers compiled 11 routines of 9.9 or better, the most by the team this season.
  • Sienna Schreiber recorded a 9.950 on bars to tie her career-best mark.
  • Schreiber also produced a 9.950 floor routine in the leadoff spot, securing the best score on the apparatus in her career.
  • Schreiber extended her streak of 9.9s on beam to four meets.
  • With a 39.600 all-around score, Schreiber posted consecutive all-around outings of 39.6 or higher for the first time in her career (39.650 against Arkansas).
  • With a 9.925, Jocelyn Moore extended her streak of 9.9s on floor to 13 meets dating back to the 2023 SEC Championship.
  • Kennedy Griffin has now hit four consecutive 9.9 routines on floor with her event title winning 9.950.
  • Griffin made her first collegiate start on beam, posting a 9.800 in the second spot on the apparatus.
  • This is the first time Griffin has appeared on three events in the same meet in her collegiate career.
  • Amaya Marshall set a career-best 9.925 on bars.
  • Grace Anne Davis scored her third 9.9 routine of the season on beam.
  • Amari Celestine picked up her second 9.9 routine on beam this season.
  • With Davis, Celestine and Schreiber each recording 9.9s on beam, it is the first time this season that three Tigers have hit that score on the apparatus in 2024.
  • In defeat against No. 11 Denver, Missouri’s streak of 23 consecutive regular-season victories over non-conference opponents was snapped. The run stretched back to the 2020 season.


The Tigers head to Champaign, Illinois, next Sunday, March 17th for the Illinois Quad Meet, where they will face No. 19 Arizona, No. 24 Illinois and SEMO. First touch is scheduled for 2 p.m. CT, and the meet will stream on B1G+. 


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