Gophers floor Iowa State and Air Force

Lindsay Mable won the all-around and three other events on the road Friday.

Senior Lindsay Mable performs her floor routine at the Sports Pavilion on Saturday. Mable claimed first place on the floor with a score of 9.900, the highest of the night.

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Senior Lindsay Mable performs her floor routine at the Sports Pavilion on Saturday. Mable claimed first place on the floor with a score of 9.900, the highest of the night.

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Lindsay Mable put together another unstoppable performance in Ames, Iowa, Friday night.
 
 
The senior won the all-around competition with a score of 39.550 and claimed individual titles on vault, uneven bars and beam.
 
 
Behind Mable, the Gophers defeated Iowa State 195.525-195.075 on the road, with Air Force finishing in third at 190.200.
 
 
“The victory is very nice,” said head coach Jenny Hansen. “We didn’t quite perform to the level we were hoping to, so that was disappointing. But we had three very good events, and beam was uncharacteristic of us. That’s usually a great event for us, and tonight it wasn’t quite there. But I was really proud of the other three events.”
 
 
The Gophers had the top team score in three of their four events in the victory, starting the night on the uneven bars. 
 
 
Mable scored a 9.900, and senior Madeline Hanley finished second with a 9.850.
 
 
The beam was Minnesota’s next event, the only one the team did not finish in first place. 
 
 
Mable took first as an individual with another score of 9.900, and junior Rachel Haines was fourth with a 9.800.
 
 
The Gophers had their highest team score of the night on floor with a 49.150 during the third rotation. 
 
 
Sophomore Ciara Gardner tied for first place with a 9.900, while Mable notched a 9.875 to finish in fourth.
 
 
Mable earned 9.875 on the vault for her third individual victory of the night. Junior Bailey Abernathy tied for second place in the event with a 9.825. 
 
 
“It’s all about the little things that make a big difference,” Mable said. “Those little improvements day in and day out in the gym are really going to carry us through individually and as a team. Because if you do your job and hit your landing on any event, it really transfers to the team score.”