Floor Pommel Horse Still Rings
USA Gymnastics Collegiate Gymnastics Championships wrapped up with individual event finals
posted on 03/30/2008

RESULTS

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., March 29, 2008 – 2008 varsity all-around champ Greg Stine of the U.S. Air Force Academy added another three medals to his arsenal, winning the parallel bars gold medal and a bronze on floor and still rings. 2008 USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships were held at Springfield College in Springfield, Mass.

On floor, David Locke of the College of William and Mary won the title with a 150.050. Dylan Parrott of the U.S. Naval Academy was second at 14.850, followed by Stine at 14.650.

Top honors on pommel horse went to Adam Stanton of the Navy, who scored a 14.600. His teammate Joseph Atzenbeck finished second at 14.500. Arizona State University’s Anthony Naddour rounded out the top three at 14.300.

The Air Force Academy’s Jacob Schonig took first on the still rings at 15.550. William and Mary’s James Prim was the silver medalist at 14.800, with third going to Stine at 14.500.

The vault crown went to Jeff Crockett of University of Washington, who scored 15.400. Locke was second at 15.250, and ASU’s Josh Bradley claimed third with a score of 14.850.

On parallel bars, Stine took first place at 14.900, followed by Stanton at 14.850. The Navy’s Dylan Parrott finished third at 14.800.

William and Mary’s Andrew Hunt won the crown for the horizontal bar at 13.300. Two Navy gymnasts finished second and third: Isaac Olson at 13.25 and Joseph Atzenbeck at 13.050

Blake Arena is also hosting the Massachusetts Men’s State Championships this weekend. For more information, go to www.massgymnastics.org.

Based in Indianapolis, USA Gymnastics is the national governing body for gymnastics in the United States. Its mission is to encourage participation and the pursuit of excellence in the sport. Its disciplines include men's and women's artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, and acrobatic gymnastics.

2008 USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships
Springfield College
Springfield, Mass.
March 29, 2008
Individual event finals

Floor exercise
1. David Locke, College of William and Mary, 15.050
2. Dylan Parrott, U.S. Naval Academy, 14.850
3. Greg Stine, U.S. Air Force Academy, 14.650
4. Chris Valeska, College of William and Mary, 14.250
5. Brandon Cook, U.S. Naval Academy, 14.200
6. Josh Fox, Springfield College, 13.950
7. William Eastman, U.S. Air Force Academy, 13.600
8. Ivan Koveshnikov, University of Washington, 13.300
9. John Ferreira, Springfield College, 13.200

Pommel horse
1. Adam Stanton, U.S. Naval Academy, 14.600
2. Joseph Atzenbeck, U.S. Naval Academy, 14.500
3. Anthony Naddour, Arizona State University, 14.300
4. James Prim, College of William and Mary, 14.200
5. Aaron Ingram, College of William and Mary, 13.850
6. Matt Tocchio, Springfield College, 13.600
7. Jeff Crockett, University of Washington, 13.550
8. Kipp Druecke, U.S. Air Force Academy, 12.750
9. Stirling VanWinkle, James Madison University, 12.400
10. AJ Banker, State University of New York at Brockport, 9.900

Still rings
1. Jacob Schonig, U.S. Air Force Academy, 15.550
2. James Prim, College of William and Mary, 14.800
3. Greg Stine, U.S. Air Force Academy, 14.500
4. Adam Stanton, U.S. Naval Academy, 14.000
5. Christopher Tam, U.S. Naval Academy, 13.600
6. Anthony Naddour, Arizona State University, 13.550
7. Joshua Coblenz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 13.400
8. Matthew Bolognese, Springfield College, 13.050

Vault
1. Jeff Crockett, University of Washington, 15.400
2. David Locke, College of William and Mary, 15.250
3. Josh Bradley, Arizona State University, 14.850
4. Anthony Damiani, Arizona State University, 14.750
5. Grant Waldron, U.S. Naval Academy, 14.700
6. Alex Egerter, College of William and Mary, 14.500
7. Josh Fox, Springfield College, 14.200

Parallel bars
1. Greg Stine, U.S. Air Force Academy, 14.900
2. Adam Stanton, U.S. Naval Academy, 14.850
3. Dylan Parrott, U.S. Naval Academy, 14.800
4. James Prim, College of William and Mary, 14.200
5. Aaron Ingram, College of William and Mary, 13.750
6. Andrew Kelly, Springfield College, 13.500
7. Josiah Loeser, U.S. Air Force Academy, 13.200
8. Ivan Koveshnikov, University of Washington, 13.100

Horizontal bar
1. Andrew Hunt, College of William and Mary, 13.300
2. Isaac Olson, U.S. Naval Academy, 13.250
3. Joseph Atzenbeck, U.S. Naval Academy, 13.050
4. Josh Fox, Springfield College, 12.950
5. Tyler Sickles, U.S. Air Force Academy, 12.900
6. Greg Stine, U.S. Air Force Academy, 12.850
7. Ivan Koveshnikov, University of Washington, 12.750
8. David Locke, College of William and Mary, 12.550
9. Light Townsend, University of Texas, 10.850