Redhawk gymnasts continue to roll in latest win

Southeast Missouri State freshman Dahlia Solorzano-Caruso

The Southeast Missouri State women's gymnastics team totaled a 194.175 to capture its fifth straight competition Sunday at Centenary.

Dahlia Solorzano-Caruso placed first on both the bars (9.850) and the all-around competition (39.100), while Anna Kaziska won the floor (9.875) and balance beam (9.775) events.

Kaziska was second in the all-around with a total of 38.550.

The Redhawks opened the meet with a 48.675 on bars. Southeast posted the top three scores, including Solorzano-Caruso's second-straight personal-best score of 9.850.

Lindsey Bates added a 9.750 in the third SEMO lineup spot for second overall, while Jolie Miller and Alana Fischer tied for third at the competition with a pair of 9.725s.

Jordan Jones rounded out the Southeast scorers with a 9.625.

In the second rotation, SEMO compiled a 48.325 on vault.

Solorzano-Caruso finished second overall with a score of 9.750, while Mackenzie Slee notched a 9.700 for third.

Kaziska chipped in a 9.675 and Adams hit a 9.625, while Molly Maxwell scored a 9.575.

The Redhawks then notched a 48.625 on floor.

Kaziska paced the Redhawks with a 9.875 to win the event, while Solorzano-Caruso added a 9.750 to finish third and Maxwell tallied a 9.725.

Slee posted a routine of 9.675 and Lindsey Moffitt had a 9.600.

The Redhawks concluded the meet with a 48.550 on beam.

Kaziska took the top spot with a 9.775, while Solorzano-Caruso finished as the runner-up with a mark of 9.750. Jones tied for third overall with 9.725, while Fischer chipped in a 9.675 and Maxwell had a 9.625.

Southeast will travel to Lindenwod Friday for a three-way meet with Air Force.

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