Jan. 12 at Maryland
Maryland 191.750, Towson 189.225, Penn 181.225
Freshman Marissa Rosen highlighted Penn’s night in her collegiate debut, finishing second in the all-around with a score of 37.875. Junior Stephanie Ortiz placed seventh with a 35.525. Penn finished third in all four events. In the vault, the Red and Blue scored a 46.725. On bars, the Quakers scored a 43.975, led by Rosen’s 9.70 andsixth-place finish.
Jan. 20 at Hutch Gym
Penn 187.050, Yale 183.950
Penn lost the vault, but won the other three events. Rosen (37.825) and Ortiz (37.050) led the way for the Quakers by finishing first and second, respectively, in the all-around competition. The Red and Blue dominated on the bars, taking the event 46.850-43.750. On the beam, Penn narrowly defeated the Bulldogs, 46.075-46.050. The Quakers’ first two competitors, Stefanie Navarro (9.400) and Kimberly Chin (9.500), had the two highest scores. Rosen closed out her day with a 9.825 on the floor to propel Penn to its first victory of the season.
Jan. 27 at Hutch Gym
Towson 192.950, Penn 189.925, Temple 187.900
The Red and Blue came in second in three events and tied Towson for first on the bars with a 47.875. Rosen led all competitors with a 9.775. Jordan Brewer had a solid performance on the vault, scoring a 9.725, which was good for third place and tied a career best.
Feb. 3 at Temple (Liberty Classic)
Temple 191.150, Penn 187.175, Ursinus 184.475, Bridgeport 180.575, West Chester 176.625
Penn was led by Lauren Markowitz on the vault; she had the meet’s highest score with a 9.650. On the bars, the Quakers scored a 46.675. Penn struggled on the beam, scoring a 46.200, but rebounded on the floor, with a 47.125. Sarah Wexler and Brewer led the Quakers. Wexler scored a 9.700 (tied for third-best) and Brewer came in fifth with a 9.675.
Feb. 10 at Hutch Gym
Penn 189.425, Ursinus 186.375, West Chester 175.775, Wilson 151.075
The Red and Blue got things started by scoring a 48.175 on the vault. Penn had the top-four scores in the event, led by Rosen’s career-best 9.800. Meghan Eastman (9.675), Brewer (9.650) and Markowitz (9.575) finished second through fourth, respectively. On the bars, Penn scored a 47.825. Rosen was the high-scorer with a 9.775, which tied her career-best in the event.
Feb. 17 at Towson Invitational
Towson 193.500,Cornell 189.575,Penn 187.700,Temple 186.825, Ursinus 186.775, James Madison 185.175
Penn was highlighted by Ortiz’s second-place finish in the all-around, with a 37.60, and Chin’s third-place finish on bars with a 9.725, just off her season-high of 9.75. Navarro also placed on bars, scoring a 9.675.
Feb. 25 Ivy Classic at The Palestra
Penn 191.550, Cornell 190.600, Yale, 190.550, Brown 186.975
Penn won its ninth Ivy Classic by leading after three of four rotations. After solid performances on the bars and beam, the Quakers regained the lead for good on the floor, scoring a 48.200. In the final rotation, Penn scored a 47.275 on the vault to ice the victory and score their highest total of the season. In the all-around competition, Rosen finished second with a 38.925.
March 4 at Sacramento State
Sacramento State 193.925, Penn 192.950
Despite their highest score of the season, Penn lost its first of two meets over spring break. Rosen won the all-around competition with a 39.075. Penn prevailed on the bars (48.250) and beam (48.750), but saw Sacramento State escape with close wins on the vault (48.450-47.850) and floor (48.600-48.100). On the vault, Rosen had the meet’s highest score (9.750). However, Sacramento State had seven of the top eight scores. On the bars, Lizzie Lowe had Penn’s highest score with a 9.800. Rosen tied for the top score on the beam with a 9.825.
March 9 at Cal-Berkeley
Cal-Berkeley 194.575, Penn 191.225, Air Force 183.500
Although the Quakers did not win any events, they came in second behind Cal in all four. On the vault, Penn scored a 48.100. Rosen (9.725) and Brewer (9.675) had the Red and Blue’s top finishes. In the all-around competition, Rosen placed second overall with a 39.100. Ortiz finished sixth with a 36.700.
March 18 at Brown
Penn 190.250, Brown 187.925, Southern Connecticut 185.575
Penn scored a 47.250 on the vault. Rosen had the Quakers’ highest score, taking home a 9.625. Brewer followed with a 9.550 and Lowe, Ortiz and Jenny Hurst all scored 9.400’s. On the bars, the Red and Blue scored a 48.050. Lowe led Penn with a 9.700.
March 25 at Hutch Gym
Penn 190.675, Cornell 188.400
Penn won two out of four events, and got out to the early lead after the first rotation. The Quakers scored a 47.775 on the vault and closed out the event with their two best scores. Brewer scored a 9.600 followed by Rosen’s 9.725. Thanks to a 46.575 on the bars byCornell, the Red and Blue's 48.650 was good enough to maintain its lead through two rotations.
March 31 at ECAC Championships
Towson 193.650, Penn 191.325, Rhode Island 190.475, Cornell 190.100, Temple 190.050, Yale 189.425, William & Mary 188.250, James Madison 186.950, Brown 182.600.
Penn had its highest finishes in three years at the ECAC Championships, taking second out of nine teams. Brewer led Penn with a 9.775 on the vault, which was the third-best score in the competition. Lowe and Ortiz led Penn and tied for fifth overall with 9.600’s on the bars. Rosen finished fourth in the all-around competition with a 38.175.
April 14 at NCAA Regionals
Rosen came into the meet as the No. 1 seed in the all-around competition, but finished 10th with a score of 38.525. Lowe tied for 34th on the bars, scoring a 9.300. Rosen tallied scores of 9.500 (bars), 9.650 (beam), 9.650 (floor) and 9.725 (vault).