Titans Score Season High But Fall at San Jose State
March 3, 2007
SAN JOSE, CA - Cal State Fullerton senior Erica Ficarrotta scored a season-high 38.425 in the all-around and the Titans posted a season-high 192.800 as a team, but could not come away with a win at San Jose State as the Spartans won the Western Athletics Conference dual meet with a 193.250 on Friday night in San Jose, Calif.
The Titans surpassed their previous high of 192.225 set on Jan. 26 in a quad meet against Southern Utah, UC Davis, and Hamline University. Fullerton also set a season-high with a 48.350 on beam.
Ficarrotta finished second in the all-around, posting her highest finish on bars where she scored a 9.725 to finish second on the apparatus.
Senior Nicole Lim also tied a season-high with a 9.825 to win beam.
The Spartans were led by Veronica Porte, who won the all-around with a 39.050 and won two events: placing first on bars with a 9.775 and winning floor with a 9.85. Michelle Minotti also won vault for San Jose State with a 9.75.
Cal State Fullerton returns to Titan Gym for its final home meet of the season on Sunday (March 11) at 2 p.m. as the Titans host Arizona State.
NCAA WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS
1. San Jose State - 193.250
2. Cal State Fullerton - 192.800
1. Michelle Minotti (SJSU) - 9.75
2. Veronica Porte (SJSU) - 9.725
t3. Raylyn Cardeno (SJSU) - 9.700
t3. Alana Mouery (CSF) - 9.700
1. Veronica Porte (SJSU) - 9.85
2. Alise Blackwell (SJSU) - 9.800
3. Kori Underhill (CSF) - 9.725
1. Veronica Porte (SJSU) - 39.050
2. Erica Ficarrotta (CSF) - 38.425
3. Alise Blackwell (SJSU) - 38.075