Collegiate gymnastics weekly recap - March 24-30
posted on 03/31/2014

MEN'S GYMNASTICS


BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS
Back-to-Back Champs: U-M, Mikulak Win Big Ten Conference Crowns

LINCOLN, Neb. -- The No. 4-ranked University of Michigan men's gymnastics team (25-0) captured the 17th Big Ten title in program history -- and second straight -- with a team score of 448.200 on Friday (April 28) at Nebraska's Bob Devaney Sports Center.
Event Finals
Championships recap by Jerry Wright



ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS
College of William & Mary Takes 2014 ECAC Men's Gymnastics Team Title

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The College of William & Mary captured the 2014 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Men's Gymnastics Championship on Friday, registering a team total of 424.050 points to earn its second team title in program history.
Event Finals
Championships recap by Jerry Wright



MPSF CHAMPIONSHIPS
Oklahoma Wins Third Straight MPSF Title

NORMAN, Okla. -- The No. 1 Oklahoma men's gymnastics team made it three conference titles in a row, scoring 446.100 points to claim the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Championship on Saturday in McCasland Field House.
Championships recap by Jerry Wright


ACROBATICS & TUMBLING

Oregon 281.050, Fairmont State 262.505, Gannon 248.885 - March 24, 2014
FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Fairmont State placed second in Monday evening's tri-meet at Joe Retton Arena, picking up a 262.505-248.885 victory over Gannon and falling to Oregon, 281.05-262.505.

Oregon 282.250, Alderson Broaddus 251.250 - March 25, 2014
PHILIPPI, W. Va. -- Competing for the second time in as many days, the Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team improved its team score and remained undefeated on the season. The Ducks (8-0) defeated Alderson Broaddus, 282.250-251.250, Tuesday at the Rex Pyles Arena.

Oregon 284.700, Baylor 276.040 - March 29, 2014
WACO, Texas - Baylor Acrobatics & Tumbling (2-3) fell in their first home meet of the season to the University of Oregon Ducks (9-0) 284.70-276.04, Saturday evening at the in Waco, Texas at the Ferrell Center.