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Gymnasts of the Week – March 22-27, 2021


Gymnast of the Week awards are given by conference offices. More will be added throughout the week as they become available.

National
NCAA Gymnast of the Week
Brody Malone - Stanford
See below for accomplishments

NCAA Rookie of the Week
Brandon Nguyen - Stanford
Nguyen earned his first rookie of the week honor after competing in three events - including posting a 14.500 on vault. The freshman ranks second nationally in the event with an NQA of 14.850.
NCAA Specialist of the Week
Ian Gunther - Stanford
Gunther claimed three second-place finishes, taking the runner-up position on pommel horse (13.600), rings (13.800) and high bar (13.550). The specialist of the week honor is the second of Gunther's career (last: March 3, 2020).

GymACT Gymnast of the Week
Oscar Hemmert - Washington



Eastern College Athletic Conference
Gymnast of the Week
Aiden Cuy – William & Mary
Cuy led the Tribe in the All-Around with his highest score of the season with a 75.90. He contributed four scores for the team score and stuck landings on floor and rings.

Specialist of the Week
Zachary Mitchell – Army
Mitchell had his best competition of the season this past weekend for the Black Knights. He was Army’s top score on parallel bars and horizontal bar, with season high scores on both events. Mitchell was also West Point’s second highest score on pommel horse and posted a score just shy of his season high.

Rookie of the Week
Kalvin Kingshill – Army
Kingshill continued making an impact for West Point this past weekend versus Stanford, nailing both floor exercise and horizontal bar routines capped with stuck dismounts each. He was Army’s top score on floor and scored a career and season high on horizontal bar. Kalvin’s 13.05 was also the top score by a rookie on floor exercise in the ECAC this past weekend.



Mountain Pacific Sports Federation
Gymnast of the Week
Brody Malone - Stanford
Stanford junior Brody Malone (Summerville, GA) accumulated a career-high 86.500 all-around to guide a win over Army to cap the regular season (Mar. 27). Malone won five events in addition to the all-around, including scoring a career-best 15.100 on the parallel bars to become the first gymnast across the nation this year to reach 15 in the event. Malone began his day with a 14.550 on floor to capture the title before hitting a 13.700 to win the pommel horse. Moving to still rings, he posted a season-high 14.150 to earn the win there as well. A 14.550 for Malone on vault was good for second-place. After the national-best score on parallel bars, Malone finished with a 14.450 on high bar to chalk up another season-high. The Cardinal as a team posted three season-bests, including 69.800 on floor, 67.250 on pommel horse and 66.650 on high bar This is the seventh career MPSF weekly award for Malone, and is one of four gymnasts in the conference to be honored in multiple weeks this year (Mar. 9).