COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Miami University’s junior synchronized skating team finished in eighth place among a 14-team field at the U.S. National Championships on Friday night.

The RedHawks posted a score of 73.53 for their free skate program themed “Dancing Dolls” and earned a combined score of 118.78 at the event after recording a short program score of 45.25 on Thursday evening. Miami, which had one fall, posted a total element score of 30.13 for their free skate program and a program component score of 44.40.

Lexettes won the junior division with a combined score of 154.66 and were followed by Saint Louis Synergy (154.13), Hockettes (136.36), Chicago Jazz (133.81), Synchroettes (131.71), Skyliners (126.59), Team Braemar (126.14), Miami (118.78), Fond du Lac Blades (115.57), Starlights (107.18), Team Delaware (90.06), Precisely Right (82.52), Team Tremors (76.68) and Capitol Steps (74.32).

This concludes the season for the junior team.