Traveling for the first time this season, the Stanford women’s gymnastics team suffered its first loss against the No. 10 Oregon State Beavers on Friday
Coming off a win over rival California last Friday, the Stanford men’s gymnastics team looks to continue its success this Saturday in the Stanford Open… Continue Reading »
Coming off a victory in the NorCal Quad Meet, the Stanford women’s gymnastics team continued its success by beating the Washington Huskies in its second meet of the season. However, unlike last week, this victory was not so comfortable
With often-intimate connections formed through the recruiting process and four years — or more — of training and competition, it’s rarely easy for coaches to say goodbye to graduating seniors. When you graduate five All-Americans on the heels of winning the NCAA championship, like men’s gymnastics coach Thom Gilelmi did this year, it can be overwhelming.
After heartbreaking finishes in women’s basketball and soccer earlier in the academic year, the Stanford athletics program has finally broken through with its 100th team NCAA title. That honor comes courtesy of the men’s gymnastics team, which secured its second championship…
The Stanford men’s gymnastics team had a dominant all-around performance in the NCAA Preliminary Round, finishing with a season best 366.100 and securing a spot in today’s NCAA Team Championship.
The No. 2 Cardinal men’s gymnastics team will head into the NCAA Championships later this month with high hopes after its victory over rival No. 3 California and top-ranked Oklahoma. Stanford has never won an NCAA title without taking the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation title in the process.