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Navy Wins 2008 USAG Men's Gymnastics National Team Title at Springfield College

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- March 28, 2008 -- The U.S. Naval Academy scored 339.300 points to win the 2008 USA Gymnastics Men's Collegiate Team Championship, varsity division, tonight at Springfield College's Blake Arena. Navy last won this title in 2000. Meanwhile, Arizona State, by scoring 319.200 points, won the collegiate (club) division team title for the second straight year.

The following are the final team scores for the five "varsity" teams that were competing -- Navy (339.300), William & Mary (338.450), Air Force (335.100), host Springfield College (326.200), and MIT (317.000). William & Mary had won the team title in this division for the past seven years.


The following are the final team scores for the five "collegiate" teams that were competing -- Arizona State (319.200), James Madison (293.200), Washington (289.550), Texas (282.550), and Brockport (255.800).

Also, the USAG top All-Arounders were determined tonight. The following are the top 10 All-Arounders on the "varsity" side -- Greg Stine, Air Force (86.800), Dylan Parrott, Navy (84.300), Derek Gygax, William & Mary (82.950), Josh Fox, Springfield (81.200), Christopher Tam, Navy (80.300), Brennan Wolford, Air Force (80.250), Joshua Coblenz, MIT (80.200), Jake Shapiro, MIT (79.500), Boris Rasin, MIT (79.200), and Tom Caldwell, MIT (77.500).

The following are the Top 10 All-Arounders on the "collegiate" side -- Ivan Koveshnikov, Washington (81.850), Anthony Naddour, Arizona State (81.350), Charles Baysinger, Arizona State (78.850), Dillon Saunders, Arizona State (76.350), Light Townsend, Texas (76.150), Josh Bradley, Arizona State (75.350), Stirling Van Winkle, James Madison (75.150), Marc Miller, Washington (72.900), Audi McGookey, Texas (72.650), Matthew Huckfeldt ,James Madison (70.500), and Patrick Bookjans, James Madison (70.500), the last two tying for 10th.

Arizona State

The following competitors, by finishing in the top eight of their event, will now be eligible to compete in Saturday night's individual championships. Friday night's scores are thrown out. Each competitor starts out with a clean slate.

On floor exercise, those competing Saturday night will include: Dylan Parrott, Navy; Greg Stine, Air Force; David Locke, William & Mary; Brandon Cook, Navy; Chris Valeska, William & Mary; Derek Gygax, William & Mary; Josh Fox, Springfield; John Ferreira, Springfield; William Eastman, Air Force -- the last two tying for eighth.

On pommel horse, Adam Stanton, Navy; James Prim, William & Mary; Joseph Atzenbeck, Navy; Aaron Ingram, William & Mary; Anthony Naddour, Arizona State; Matt Tocchio, Springfield; Jeff Crockett, Washington; Kipp Druecke, Air Force.

On still rings, Greg Stine, Air Force; Jacob Schonig, Air Force; James Prim, William & Mary; Matthew Bolognese, Springfield; Adam Stanton, Navy; Anthony Naddour, Arizona State; Christopher Tam, Navy; Joshua Coblenz, MIT.

On vault, Jeff Crockett, Washington; Brandon Cook, Navy; Alex Egerter, William & Mary; Grant Waldron, Navy; David Locke, William & Mary; Anthony Damiani, Arizona State; Ken Lee, Navy; Josh Bradley, Arizona State; Aaron Zaiser, Air Force -- the last two tying for eighth.

On parallel bars, Adam Stanton, Navy; Ivan Koveshnikov, Washington; Dylan Parrott, Navy; Greg Stine, Air Force; James Prim, William & Mary; Andrew Kelly, Springfield; Josiah Loeser, Air Force; Aaron Ingram, William & Mary.

On high bar, Greg Stine, Air Force; Andrew Hunt, William & Mary; David Locke, William & Mary; Joseph Atzenbeck, Navy; Josh Fox, Springfield; Isaac Olson, Navy; Dylan Parrott, Navy; Tyler Sickles, Air Force.

Individual All-Americans will be determined Saturday night.

Complete Results

Varsity Team Results
Collegiate Team Results
Collegiate AA Results
Varsity AA Results
Vault Results
High Bar Results
Pommel Horse Results
Still Ring Results
Parallel Bars Results
Floor Exercise Results

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