Men's Gymnastics Fifth At ECAC Championships
, March 29, 2003-- Springfield College freshman Ted Brown (Westfield, N.J.)
was selected as the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Rookie of the Year in men's gymnastics, and the Pride placed fifth overall at conference championship.
SC, which scored 200.550 points, held off Navy (200.400) for fifth place. The Pride also outscored Southern Connecticut and James Madison. Temple won the ECAC championship.
Brown placed second on the pommel horse (9.25). SC junior Tim Goetz (South Plainfield, N.J.)
finished seventh on the parallel bars (8.1), and James Nixon (Somerset, N.J.)
tied for sixth on the still rings (8.95).
ECAC Men's Gymnastics Championships (at MIT)
1. Temple (212.225)
2. Army (208.025)
3. William and Mary (207.850)
4. Illinois-Chicago (204.950)
5. SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE (200.550)
6. Navy (200.400)
7. Southern Conn. State (187.800)
8. James Madison (186.750)
9. Vermont (166.850)
10. MIT (154.450)
Head Coach Steve Posner
Entering his 31st season as head men's gymnastics coach, Dr. Steve Posner is recognized as one of the most outstanding gymnastics coaches in the East. Posner led the Pride to another successful season in 2012 and was named the EIGL Coach of the Year. Read more
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