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Tuesday June 6th


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.

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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.

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UNC gymnastics team places ?fth

The feeling was all too familiar. For its second consecutive meet, the North Carolina gymnastics squad headed into the floor exercise feeling disappointed about its inconsistency on the balance beam.

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	Elizabeth Durkac, pictured here on the uneven parallel bars, has been UNC’s most consistent performer in all-around competition.

UNC gymnasts chase the title at home

The North Carolina gymnastics team has come a long way since the beginning of the season. But they won’t have to travel much farther to compete in Saturday’s East Atlantic Gymnastics League championship, which will be held in Chapel Hill for the first time since 2001.

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UNC gymnastics wins final event of regular season

Coach Derek Galvin’s gymnastics team needed a pep talk on Saturday, and it needed one fast. The North Carolina squad had just won the vault and swept the uneven bars category in its dual meet against Pennsylvania, putting on the strongest performance in the event Galvin had seen in years.

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