Maryland gymnastics is moving on to the next round in the Tuscaloosa region. The GymTerps defeated Eastern Michigan, 195.525-195.475, Thursday afternoon.
Maryland was led by senior Audrey Barber who earned first-place scores of 9.9 on the beam and 39.325 in the all-around competition. Barber’s 9.9 on the beam was the final score Maryland recorded for the event. As the Terps gathered together, Eastern Michigan’s Jada Rondeau finished her floor routine. She scored a 9.850 which ended up being the difference for the Terps.
Maryland also earned first-place honors on the vault and bars thanks to juniors Alexsis Rubio and Sanya Glauber. Rubio matched her career-best score on the vault of 9.9 while Glauber earned a 9.875 on the bars, her best postseason performance.
Up next for the team is matchups against Oklahoma and Missouri Friday night at 8 p.m, which will be streamed on WatchESPN.
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