February 7, 2016


IN, 189.400-175.575, LOSS TO BROCKPORT

Brockport, N.Y.--Freshman Allie DiBiase (North Kingstown, RI) took first in the all-around, while sophomore Erin Shea (Braintree, MA) finished third on vault, as Rhode Island College lost to Brockport, 189.400-175.575, in National Collegiate Gymnastics Association (NCGA) East action on Sunday afternoon.


The Anchorwomen (0-4), currently ranked No. 14 in the nation, put up their lowest team score of the season, while the No. 2-ranked Golden Eagles (5-1) registered their second-highest point total of the year.


Shea finished third overall on vault (9.525), which tied the sixth-highest score on that event in program history. Freshman Kyndel Yett (Carrollton, GA) finished sixth on vault (9.425) in her first action of the season on that event.



Sophomore Erin Shea


DiBiase finished 10th on vault (9.175), eighth on bars (8.575), 11th on beam (7.950) and sixth on floor (9.025) to take home the top spot in the all-around (34.725).


 Sophomore Courtney Osborn (Pomfret, CT) finished fifth on bars (8.925) and classmate Corrine Paul (North Easton, MA) was seventh (8.600).


 Senior Emma Hartan (Hebron, CT) led the Anchorwomen with a fifth place finish on beam (9.200), while junior Cailee Mallory (Rye, NH) placed seventh (9.000).


 DiBiase (6th; 9.025) and Osborn (7th; 9.000) paced the Anchorwomen on floor.


In upcoming action, Rhode Island College will compete at the Yale Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 13 (1 p.m.).