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Concordia Wisconsin Acrobatics and Tumbling Program $2

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ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING MEET SCORING

Acrobatics and Tumbling meets are typically held as a match between 2-3 teams. Each meet is exciting, fast paced, and fan friendly. Each team has up to 28 competitors on their game-day roster and compete in six events throughout the meet, including: Compulsory, Acro, Pyramid, Toss, Tumbling, and Team Event. Teams compete and are evaluated in each event, receiving a score based on starting difficulty values and execution. In a competition, a team can score up to 300 points. The team with the highest overall score is declared the winner. The following provides a brief description of each event. Event 1 – Compulsory – Each team competes identical pre-determined set of skills with a pre-determined starting value of 10.0. There are four heats that include acro, pyramid, toss and tumbling. Each heat can score up to a perfect 10, with the total combined event score of 40 points. Event 2 – Acro – In the acro event, teams compete in three different heats of 5, 6, and 7 element acro skills. In the acro event, teams of typically 2-4 athletes will compete acrobatic movements demonstrating great strength, balance, technique and core from both the bases and tops. Each heat may score up to a perfect 10 with a total combined score in this event up to 30 points. Event 3 – Pyramid – In this event, teams compete in three individual heats of pyramids valued at up to 10 points per heat for a maximum of 30 points for the event. Teams want to use as few athletes as possible to create the most unique and difficult pyramid. Each heat has a different requirement: inverted top, synchronized and open. Halftime – 15 minutes – After the completion of the first three events, there is a 15 minute half time. During this time, teams will warm up for the second half of competition. Event 4 – Toss – The toss event is a high flying event with four athletes tossing a fifth athlete (top) high Live video: To follow in the air, while completing flipping and/or twisting forward or backward. Two of the three heats are solo the meet live with tosses while one heat is a synchronized toss. Each of the three toss heats may score up to 10 points each video, scan the QR code with your smart for a total maximum score for the event of up to 30 points. Event 5 – Tumbling – The tumbling event shows the sheer power of each team. Six heats construct the phone or visit Tumbling Event with 10 points each for a maximum of 60 points for the event. Athletes may compete in CUWFalcons.com/fan1 both the synchronized portion and in one solo pass. In this event, tumbling combinations will feature difficulty, multiple flips, and twists in various passes with athletes tumbling both forward and backward. Event 6 – Team Event – In this event, athletes perform synchronized choreographed skills in a 2 1/2 minute routine set to music. Each team competes up to 24 athletes. Routines are composed to showcase all skill sets that have been competed in the previous five events. This event has a maximum of 110 points, making it extremely crucial to the outcome of the meet.

CONCORDIA WISCONSIN FALCONS No. Name 2 Erika Edlund 4 Jacqueline Albino 5 Kathryn Schultz 6 Anna Smith 7 Alyssa Ellis 9 Alana Polsfuss 10 Madison Schultz 11 Anna Neuburg 12 Katelyn Mirasola 15 Karen Avery 17 Jofflyn Zaremba 20 Jordan Ireland 22 Danielle Krumins 25 Olivia Allen 30 Lydia Aukamp 33 Amanda Ranchau 35 Tristiana March 45 Jocelyn Rivera

Pos. Top Top Top Base Base/Top Base/Top Base/Back Top Top Base Base Base/Back Base Base Top Base Top Base

Head Coach: Sarah Koenig (2nd year) Graduate Assistant Coach: Mikea Knox

Yr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Ht. 5-4 5-1 5-1 5-4 5-2 5-4 5-8 5-3 5-3 5-2 5-2 5-7 5-4 5-0 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-7

CONCORDIA WISCONSIN FALCONS

Head Coach: Sarah Koenig

AZUSA PACIFIC COUGARS

Head Coach: Colleen Kausrud

2018 FALCONS SCHEDULE Date Opponent F3 at Gannon L F5 Oregon L F10 Baylor L F12 Azusa Pacific 7 pm M5 Georgetown College 6 pm M10 at Adrian 11 am M14 at King 5 pm A7 Adrian 3 pm A26-28 NCATA Championship

AZUSA PACIFIC COUGARS

Hometown Waukesha, Wis. Zion, Ill. Fredonia, Wis. Marengo, Ill. Rhinelander, Wis. Rogers, Minn. Janesville, Wis. West Bend, Wis. Sussex, Wis. Elkhorn, Neb. Winneconne, Wis. Bennett, Colo. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Appleton, Wis. Belleville, Ill. Brookfield, Wis. Janesville, Wis. Orland Hills, Ill.

No. Name Pos. 1 Jamie Nolta Top/Base 3 Hannah Steffen Top 4 Isabella Schmitt Top 5 Lenaya Jones Top 7 Kimi Yee Base 8 Cheyenne Cole Eskridge Top 9 Jessica Gill Top 10 Katrina Gonzalez Top 11 Polly Tieu Base 12 Shelby Lopez Base 14 Beth Magee Top 15 Rachel Shier Top 18 Courtney Moser Base 20 Ansley Froman Base 21 Rachel Bryant Top 22 Carolina Phillips Base 23 Kimberly Loidolt Top/Base 24 Heather Hovander Base 27 Ashleigh Pitts Top/Base 31 MaryKate Cacchione Base 35 Katie Little Base 38 Kennedee Bennett Base 39 Madison Turner Base 40 Kara Ingersoll Back 41 Jolynn Stahl Top/Base 42 Noelle Miranda Top/Base 43 Macie Ziehe Base

Ht. 5-3 5-0 5-2 5-2 5-4 5-1 5-2 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-0 5-2 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-2 5-3 5-6 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-7

Yr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Sr. So.

Hometown Vancouver, Wash. Phoenix, Ariz. Gig Harbor, Wash. Tucson, Ariz. Elk Grove, Calif. Simi Valley, Calif. Pomona, Calif. Elk Grove, Calif. Federal Way, Wash. San Luis Obispo, Calif. Katy, Texas Mission Viejo, Calif. La Mesa, Calif. Woodstock, Ga. Monument, Colo. Apple Valley, Calif. Monument, Colo. Alamo, Calif. San Luis Obispo, Calif. Chester, N.J. Scottsdale, Ariz. Corona, Calif. Aurora, Colo. Export, Pa. Alta Loma, Calif. Lilburn, Ga. Harlingen, Texas

Head Coach: Colleen Kausrud Assistant Coaches: Kara Willard, Reigh Lea Moore

MEET NOTES • PYRAMID IMPROVEMENT: Concordia Wisconsin continues to get better each meet in the Pyramid Event; as it began the season with a 26.60 score against Gannon, followed by 27.95 points versus Oregon and finally 28.25 points on Saturday when competing across from Baylor. In the season-opener they tallied 8.50 points in Heat 3 (Open) and improved to a 9.50 on Saturday. • DIFFICULT STRETCH COMES TO AN END: It surely wasn’t an easy start to the season for the Falcons, as Monday’s meet against Azusa Pacific concludes four meets within a 10-day span. All four opponents were in the quarterfinals of the NCATA Tournament and three were in the semifinals.

CONCORDIA WISCONSIN EVENT SEASON SCORES Total Scores Opponent Compulsories Acro Pyramid Toss Tumbling Team Routine Score at Gannon 34.40 24.10 26.60 25.15 44.850 75.43 230.530 Oregon 32.10 22.45 27.95 23.35 44.875 74.58 225.305 Baylor 32.45 26.75 28.25 23.50 45.825 74.07 230.845 Azusa Pacific Georgetown College at Adrian at King Adrian


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Acrobatics and Tumbling vs. Azusa Pacific (February 12, 2018)  
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