The College Gymnastics Association named Stanford senior Eddie Penev its Gymnast of the Week on Wednesday on the heels of his outstanding showing at the Collegiate Challenge on Saturday.
The No. 4 Stanford men’s gymnastics squad will host No. 10 Cal for the 2013 Big Flip Off on Feb. 17.
This will be the third time that the Bay Area rivals square off this season. Stanford won the previous two meets, most recently by a score of 438.250-425.900 on Jan. 19.
BRIEFS: Ogwumike named to Wooden Award Midseason Top 20, Penev wins second-straight Gymnast of the Week honors
Women’s basketball’s junior forward Chiney Ogwumike named to John R. Wooden Award Midseason Top 20, Men’s senior gymnast Eddie Penev wins second-straight Gymnast of the Week honors.
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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 »
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.
When the men’s gymnastics team beat Oklahoma and Illinois for the NCAA title this April, it was a moment with deeper repercussions than just an individual squad’s accomplishments–with the victory, Stanford secured its 100th NCAA team championship. In the process, it became just the second school (after UCLA) to achieve that status.