WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (March 23, 2012) - The William and Mary women's gymnastics team will be in search of its fifth Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) title when it competes at the league championships hosted by Penn this Saturday at noon.
In addition to W&M, Brown, Cornell, Penn, Temple, Towson and Yale will all vie for the conference title.
The Tribe enters the meet with the third-best team RQS score (191.555), while it ranks second on vault (48.260) and third on bars (48.375).
Individually, senior standout Kristin Milardo ranks second in the conference with an all-around RQS of 38.790. She recently posted her best career performance last Friday and earned a career-high 39.000 in a tri-meet against North Carolina State and Rutgers. The Colorado Springs, Colo., native also ranks second in the ECAC on vault (9.790) and eighth on bars (9.720).
Sophomore Jessica Pritchard and freshman Brandy Stover also enter the championship meet ranked among the league's best in various events. Pritchard ranks eighth in all-around (38.415), tied for fifth on bars (9.725) and tied for ninth on floor (9.765), while Stover ranks fourth on beam (9.730).