UW-Whitewater won the team portion of the event with 176.825 points, followed by the host Gusties with 173.425 points. Hamline finished third with 169.800 points.
Weniger posted a score of 9.350 on the floor exercise en route to the event win and second place in the all-around. She tallied 35.875 points in the meet. In addition to her score on floor, she had an 8.400 on vault, 8.925 on bars and a 9.200 on beam.
Her score on the parallel bars was good for second place in that event.
First-year Lynn Robohm (Rosemount, Minn.) put together a top-three finish, as well, with a score of 9.250 on vault for third in the event.
The Pipers will next compete at UW-Whitewater in a dual meet on Sunday, January 25. The meet is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.