GYMNASTICS


2/16/2015 1:03am

Freshman gymnast Hedelund impresses against Georgia

With the rest of the UNC gymnastics team lined up around her shouting encouragement, Kaitlynn Hedelund stands facing the vault, calmly waiting for the judge’s signal. This past Saturday at North Carolina’s gymnastics meet against the Georgia Gymndogs, Hedelund, a freshman, competed in vault for only the third time in her college career.


2/1/2015 11:49pm

UNC gymnastics finishes cold after hot start

RALEIGH, NC — Two events in and with a lead at the halfway mark, the North Carolina gymnastics team was cruising in the noisy Reynolds Coliseum, where screaming fans belted out the lyrics to Frozen’s “Let It Go” during a break between events.


1/27/2015 12:42am

UNC gymnastics hold on late to topple Towson

Just a half point ahead of Towson University going into the final event of Sunday evening’s meet, the North Carolina gymnastics team did what it had been doing the entire evening — it stayed in the moment. And by remaining poised, they scored the win over Towson, West Chester and William & Mary en route to a season-high number of points.


3/16/2014 2:11pm

Gymnastics strong in regular season finale

The North Carolina gymnastics team ended the regular season Friday with one of its strongest performances of the year. The Tar Heels posted a team score of 194.775, their best away score this season and second-best all year.


2/1/2014 7:29pm

Kristin Aloi excels in vault in return

This season, senior Kristin Aloi had only competed in the floor routine for the North Carolina gymnastics team. But against Pittsburgh on Friday, Aloi replaced the injured freshman Christina Pheil on the vault.


1/20/2014 6:28pm

Gymnastics finishes third at Raleigh Invitational

The North Carolina gymnastics team showed flashes of its potential but couldn’t latch onto any form of consistency in Friday’s meet against N.C. State, Towson and No. 8 Michigan.


1/12/2014 4:25pm

Gymnast Consentino overcomes injury, opens season strong

Before the North Carolina gymnastics team’s opening meet against rival N.C. State, redshirt junior Acacia Cosentino had not competed in two years. Disregarding any type of adversity, Cosentino calmly took a deep breath, relaxed herself and began her routine on the bars.