Iowa State senior Sydney Converse competes on on beam during third rotation of the Iowa State vs Oklahoma gymnastics meet. The No. 23 ranked Cyclones were defeated by the No. 1 ranked Sooners 196.275-197.575.

No. 22 Iowa State closed out the season Friday afternoon, falling to No. 8 Georgia, No. 9 Kentucky and No. 19 Missouri in the Athens Regional. The all-around score for the Cyclones was the third-highest at a Regional in program history.

Team Scores

Georgia — 197.300

Kentucky — 196.850

Missouri — 196.625

Iowa State — 196.250

Uneven Bar

The Cyclones were able to stick five of six landings on the afternoon. Natalia Ros Vaquer closed the uneven bar rotation with the team’s high score of 9.875. Meghans Sievers posted a 9.850, which was the second highest in the rotation.

Langkamp — 9.800

Johnson — 9.775

Burns — 9.825

Sievers — 9.850

Palacios — 9.825

Ros Vaquer — 9.875


Freshman Grace Woolfolk earned a 9.850, the highest score in the rotation and the final beam routine for the Cyclones. Molly Russ was right behind Woolfolk with a stuck landing and a score of 9.800.

Steinmeyer — 9.750

Semple — 9.750

Converse — 9.700

Russ — 9.800

Sievers — 9.550

Woolfolk — 9.850


The Cyclones posted a team score of 49.175 on floor, with senior standout Meaghan Sievers closing her career with a 9.900. Laura Burns, Cassandra Diaz and Sophie Steinmeyer all scored 9.825.

Langkamp- 9.750

Diaz- 9.825

Burns- 9.825

Steinmeyer- 8.825

Russ- 9.800

Sievers- 9.900


Sydney Converse had a strong showing in the vault and tied her career-high at 9.850. As a team, the Cyclones scored a 49.025 on the vault.

Orrego — 9.800

Boychuk — 9.750

Converse — 9.850

Martin — 9.825

Steinmeyer — 9.800

Sievers — 9.750

Individually, senior Meaghan Sievers finished the Regional with a score of 39.050. Individuals advancing to the NCAA Gymnastics Championship in Fort Worth, Texas will compete Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20th, and individual competitors will be announced at the end of Saturday’s Regional Final.

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