Emily Shepard posted a 9.8875 in the floor exercise at the NCAA Semifinals, good enough for 19th place at the meet.
Pack gymnastics’ sophomore Emily Shepard is an emerging star for the Wolfpack. Shepard has a shot at the individual floor exercise title in the 2021 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Tournament this month.
After advancing through a play-in match against Western Michigan and the ensuing second round, the gymnastics team placed fourth of four teams in the NCAA Athens regional final.
Following the team’s second-place finish in the EAGL Championships, the gymnastics team will enter a preliminary round against No. 35 Western Michigan.
Pack gymnastics led after session one but Temple's outstanding performance in session two narrowly topped the Pack, giving the EAGL regular season champions second place at the EAGL Championships.
In its last meet of the year before the EAGL Championships, the gymnastics team placed itself in history, earning the third-highest score in program history.
NC State gymnastics made the trip up north to Durham, New Hampshire for a meet against New Hampshire, and despite having two rotations of 49 points or more, the New Hampshire Wildcats hung on to win the meet 196.125-195.850.This is NC State’s fourth straight loss to the Wildcats, dating back to March 2, 2019.
NC State gymnastics posted a season-high 196.200 in its tri-meet on Saturday, Feb. 27, beating UNC and Temple.
While the Wolfpack scored enough to best George Washington and William & Mary, it couldn’t grab the top spot in the meet, which went to the Oklahoma Sooners.