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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri gymnastics team competed against University of Denver Friday

Friday, January 20, 2012 | 11:57 p.m. CST; updated 11:13 p.m. CST, Saturday, January 21, 2012

The Missouri gymnastics team competed against the Denver Pioneers on Friday at Hearnes Center. To raise awareness for breast cancer, both teams wore pink during the match.

The Tigers defeated the Pioneers 194.725 to 194.625.

 

The MU gymnastics team is welcomed on stage before the competition against the University of Denver Friday at Hearnes Center. Both teams wore pink during the 'Pink Out' competition to raise breast cancer awareness.
Rebecca Johnson celebrates with her teammates after landing her dismount from the vault Friday evening at Hearnes Center.
Katelyn Trevino sprints towards the vault Friday evening at Hearnes Center in a competition against the University of Denver.
Briana Conkle performs on the uneven bars during a competition against University of Denver Friday evening at Hearnes Center.
An MU gymnast swings on the uneven bars during a competition against the University of Denver Friday at Hearnes Center.
Colleen Mulcahy performs her dismount from the uneven bars during a competition against the University of Denver Friday evening at Hearnes Center.

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