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Preview: Difficult 10-day stretch ends on Monday for Acrobatics and Tumbling

Photo by Sam Dunn
Photo by Sam Dunn

MEQUON, Wis. – Concordia Wisconsin hosts Azusa Pacific on Monday night at 7 pm inside the R. John Buuck Field House. It is the fourth meet and third home meet in a row over a 10-day stretch to begin the season.

 
 


Falcons (0-3) vs. Cougars (1-0)

 When Monday, February 12 | 7:00 pm
 Where R. John Buuck Field House | Mequon, Wis.
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NEWSWORTHY 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.
• AZUSA PACIFIC 1-0 START: The Cougars began the season by scoring a program-record 282.075 points against Hawai'i Pacific last Tuesday. They won eight of 10 heats in each half of the meet and 16-of-20 overall to win by 12 points.
• HOW A MEET IS SCORED: There are six events and within those events are heats. Each team has a start value for the heat and is deducted points throughout the routine based on execution. Click here for a complete list of scoring rules.