Ducks win 24th consecutive acrobatics competition

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Oregon Ducks go through their team routine. The UO Acrobatics and Tumbling team continue their winning streak, a streak of 24 consecutive matches, with a score of 280.57, over Azusa Pacific's 278.45 and Quinnipiac's 270.18. Max Laenge, Oregon News Lab

EUGENE, Ore. - The University of Oregon Ducks Acrobatic and Tumbling Team continued their winning streak with their 24th consecutive victory in a Tri-Meet against Azusa Pacific and Quinnipiac in Matthew Knight Arena Monday night.

The Ducks ran up a total score of 280.57 points to Azusa Pacific’s 278.45 points and Quinnipiac’s 270.18 points.

At the halftime break the Ducks led by a mere .75 points, with a score of 95.65 to Azusa Pacific’s 94.90 and Quinnipiac’s 91.79 points.

The Ducks led in four of the six events, tied Azusa Pacific in one and came in second to Azusa Pacific in another.

The Event Scoreboard showed:

Compulsory
Oregon – 38.10
Azusa Pacific – 37.60
Quinnipiac – 37.15

Acro
Oregon – 28.05
Azusa Pacific – 28.05
Quinnipiac – 25.94

Pyramid
Oregon – 29.50
Azusa Pacific – 29.25
Quinnipiac – 28.70

Toss
Oregon – 28.30
Azusa Pacific – 28.25
Quinnipiac – 27.70

Tumbling
Oregon – 57.43
Azusa Pacific – 57.60
Quinnipiac – 55.80

Team
Oregon – 99.20
Azusa Pacific – 97.60
Quinnipiac – 94.88

Coming into this Tri-Meet Azusa Pacific was 1-0, Quinnipiac at 2-0, and the Ducks at 1-0.

The Ducks will next face Alderson-Broaddus & Hawaii in another Tri-Meet on Sunday, March 16th, in Matt Knight Arena at 2 p.m.