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GEC Week 6 Awards

February 14, 2024

NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK - GIGI MASTELLONE (Bayville, NJ), a First Year from Southern Connecticut State University was voted GEC Newcomer of the week on February 13th, 2024. Mastellone had two impressive performances on the uneven bars in both meets this past weekend. Against Rhode Island and Springfield, she posted a score of 9.800 and came in first place, which helped the Owls get their first win of the season. The next day, against Yale and Bridgeport, Mastellone recorded a new career-best score of 9.850 and came in first place, which is the highest score posted for the Owls so far in the 2024 season.

SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK - REGINA WALTON (Thomasville, PA), a senior from Cornell University was voted GEC Specialist of the Week on February 13th, 2024. A team captain and leader by example, Walton is one of the hardest workers and one of the Big Red’s most consistent performers each week. She has gone from being a three event competitor (V/UB/BB) to mostly a one event competitor, taking the lead off role for the beam lineup, setting the tone for everyone. This week she had an amazing routine - her best performance to date, setting a new school beam record of 9.925.

CO-GYMNAST OF THE WEEK - LILY MCFARLAND (Baltimore, MD), a senior from West Chester University was voted GEC Gymnast of the Week on February 13th, 2024. McFarland went three for three to help the Golden Rams secure a win on Saturday.  On vault she tied her career high of 9.75 and tied for first place with a beautiful Yurchenko tuck full. Her specialty is balance beam, and she did not disappoint! She scored a 9.825, which earned her another 1st place finish. She wrapped it up on with a beautiful floor exercise routine. Lily is a strong competitor and leader for the Golden Rams. 

CO-GYMNAST OF THE WEEK - SKYE KERICO (Tom’s River, NJ), a sophomore from The University of Pennsylvania was voted GEC Gymnast of the Week on February 13th, 2024. Sophomore, Skye Kerico, continues to be a staple in all four lineups for the Quakers. In a dual meet vs Temple, she earned her third straight AA title this season with a 39.15. Her impressive 39.175 average all-around score currently leads the conference. Skye's contributions this weekend also helped lead the team to its highest home score ever of 195.075.

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