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2014 NAVY GYMNASTICS Table of Contents

Head Coach Dr. Sho Fukushima 2 Assistant Coach Craig Holt 3 Support Staff 3 Season Outlook 4-5 Team Roster 4 Midshipmen Bios 6-15 2013 Meet-by-Meet Results 16 All-Time Letterwinners 17-18 All-Americans/National Champions 19

Quick Facts

Coaching/Support Staff

Location Annapolis, Md. Head Coach Dr. Sho Fukushima Founded October 10, 1845 Alma Mater Washington ’71 Enrollment 4,400 Navy Record (season) 215-215 (23rd) Nickname Midshipmen, Mids Office Phone (410) 293-5552 Colors Navy Blue and Gold Fax (410) 293-5264 Conference ECAC E-Mail sho@usna.edu Superintendent Vice Adm. Michael H. Miller, USN Assistant Coach Craig Holt Commandant Capt. William D. Byrne Jr., USN Alma Mater Syracuse ’95 Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk Season at Navy 15th Home Facility Macdonough Hall (500) Office Phone (410) 293-5557 Media Guide Credits Academy Web Site www.usna.edu E-Mail holt@usna.edu The 2014 Navy gymnastics media guide was Athletics Web Site www.navysports.com Athletic Trainer Chase Feldbrugge written, designed and edited by Assistant Sports Equipment Operations Brian Sellers Information Director Alex Lumb and Director of Senior Associate AD/Scheduling &  Sports Information Publications Mark Leddy. Photos provided by Phil Team Support Gymnastics SID Alex Lumb Hoffmann and Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Carl Tamulevich Office Phone (410) 293-8771 Conference and Visitors Bureau. Associate AD/Business Affairs Fax (410) 293-8954 Chauncey Winbush E-Mail lumb@usna.edu Officer Representative Mailing Address Ricketts Hall Capt. Richard Quattrone, USN 566 Brownson Road Faculty Representative Annapolis, MD 21402 Capt. Glenn Gottschalk, USN (Ret.)

2014 Schedule

Date Opponent Jan. 17 at West Point Open - Team, All-Around Jan. 18 at West Point Open - Individual Finals Jan. 25 Navy Open Feb. 1 at All-Academy Championships [1] Feb. 8 Army Feb. 16 William & Mary Mar. 2 at William & Mary Mar. 8 Temple Mar. 15 at Springfield College Mar. 21 USAG Collegiate Champs. - Team, A-A [2] Mar. 22 USAG Collegiate Champs. - Individual Finals [2] Mar. 28 ECAC Championships - Team, A-A [3] Mar. 29 ECAC Championships - Individual Finals [3] April 10 at NCAA Championships Qualifying Meet [4] April 11 at NCAA Championships - Team, A-A [4] April 12 at NCAA Championships - Individual Finals [4] Home events in bold, held in Macdonough Hall All times local, subject to change [1] - Houston, Texas [2] - Annapolis, Md. [3] - Annapolis, Md. [4] - Ann Arbor, Mich.

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

2013 Results

Date Opponent Result Jan. 19 Navy Open 4th of 5 teams Jan. 27 William & Mary L, 412.85-398.45 Feb. 1 at West Point Open - Team, All-Around 5th of 7 teams Feb. 2 at West Point Open - Individual Finals Five competed Feb. 16 at All-Academy Championships [1] 3rd of 3 teams Feb. 23 at Army L, 414.0-407.05 Mar. 9 William & Mary L, 420.5-407.05 Mar. 16 at William & Mary L, 417.05-401.65 Mar. 23 vs. Temple, Army [2] 2nd of 3 teams Mar. 29 at USAG Collegiate Champs. - Team, A-A [3] 3rd of 7 teams Mar. 30 at USAG Collegiate Champs. - Individual Finals [3] Five competed April 5 at ECAC Championships - Team, A-A [4] 6th of 6 teams April 6 at ECAC Championships - Individual Finals [4] Three competed April 19 at NCAA Championships Qualifying Meet [5] One qualified April 20 at NCAA Championships - Team, A-A [5] One competed [1] - Atlanta, Ga. [2] - Philadelphia, Pa. [3] - Williamsburg, Va. [4] - Springfield, Mass. [5] - University Park, Pa.

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Dr. Sho Fukushima Head Coach 23rd Year at Navy • 215-215 (.500) Washington ‘71

Dr. Sho Fukushima, a tenured professor in Physical Education, has guided the Navy gymnastics program for the past 22 seasons with class, honor and dignity. The numbers -- both academically and athletically -- that have been produced during Fukushima’s tenure speak for themselves. In the classroom, Fukushima has produced 46 All-America Scholar-Athletes, and in the athletic arena, he has coached the Mids to a total of 39 NCAA Championship qualifying performances. “When I first arrived at the Naval Academy, there was no organization at all in the program,” Fukushima said. “I was determined to change everything in the program and have it fit my liking. It took nearly three years, but I was finally able to blend Midshipmen who excelled in the classroom and in the athletic arena.” Last season, Fukushima provided tutelage to junior Chris Junghans, who qualified for and competed in the NCAA Championships. Junghans finished 12th overall, just 0.4 points out of 10th place. Fukushima’s Midshipmen also garnered accolades for their academic work as six gymnasts were named as All-American Scholor-Athletes. As a team, the 2013 Mids had the fifth highest GPA in the nation. In 2012, Fukushima guided Navy to its fourth consecutive Star as the Mids defeated Army in Annapolis. Fukushima also mentored Andrew Faulk to one of the best individual seasons in program history. Faulk was named a finalist for the Nissen-Emery Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top senior male gymnast. He was the first Nissen-Emery Award finalist from Navy since 1973. Faulk, who placed 13th in the all-around at the NCAA Championships, also earned the Thompson Trophy Cup, which is presented annually to the midshipman, male or female, who has done the most during the year to promote athletics at the Naval Academy. During the 2009 season, he guided the Mids to one of their finest seasons since taking over the reigns, as they finished with an impressive 15-4 record and coached Navy to a N-Star victory at Army, in addition to its second-straight All-Academy Championship. The Midshipmen also earned their first trip as a team to the NCAA Qualifying Meet. The accomplishments of his athletes at Navy has also brought him much deserved individual recognition as well. In 1997-98, 1999-00, 2004-05 and 2007-08, Fukushima was named Coach of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches (NACGC) and was named Men’s Team Coach of the Year by USA Gymnastics. He was also named East Region Coach of the Year by the coaches’ association and, two years ago, was honored as the ECAC Coach of the Year. “The individual awards are nice, but what is special when some of my former gymnasts have returned and finally thanked me for what I was able to do for them when they were here,” he added. “That is what makes coaching special.” Fukushima, who owns a 215-215 (.500) all-time record, came to Navy in 1991 after coaching in several places around the world. He began his gymnastics career in Japan and moved onto other places, including the Montreal Olympics and the Verna World Championships. He has coached five Olympians and five USA National Team members. He has also published two books on gymnastics in Sweden and England, in addition to writing numerous articles in Europe, Japan and the United States. Fukushima graduated from Washington with a B.A. and M.S., and completed his Ph.D. at California in 1984. He earned the Pac-8 Conference ScholarAthlete-of-the-Year award in 1971, while also achieving All-America status. He was Pac-10 Coach of the Year at California three times (1984,‘87,‘89) and was also NCAA Western Region Coach of the Year in 1980.

Six Midshipmen Earn All-America Scholar-Athlete Accolades As a team, Navy ranked fifth in the nation in with a team grade point average of 3.169, while six Midshipmen were honored as All-American Scholar-Athletes. Junior Josh Steves and sophomores Josh Gong, Connor Westrick, David Frick, Eric Poletti and Andrew Potts garnered All-America Scholar-Athlete accolades for posting GPAs above 3.2 during the spring semester. Steves (honors mathematics), Gong (physics), Westrick (systems engineering), Frick (mathematics) and Poletti (mathematics) all garnered first-team status by posting GPAs of 3.5 or higher during the spring. Steves was one of just eight student-athletes recognized that had a perfect 4.0 GPA. Potts (quantitative economics) earned second-team All-America Scholar-Athlete honors.

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Craig Holt Assistant Coach 15th Year at Navy Syracuse ‘95

Craig Holt enters his 15th season as Navy assistant coach. Holt brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in the sport of gymnastics as both a former athlete and assistant coach. “Navy is a program built on maximizing individual achievement for the good of the team’s success,” Holt said. “As a team, our training is intense, consistent and scientific. This model helps us develop a strong base of physical gymnastics skill, mental preparation and a strong character.” Last season, Holt aided junior Chris Junghans qualify and compete in the NCAA Championships. Junghans finished 12th overall in the all-around competition and just missed placing in the top 10 by 0.4 points. Prior to Junghans, Holt helped coach Andrew Faulk to his spectacular 2012 season, which included a 13th-place finish at the NCAA Championships. In 2011, Holt was named ECAC Tri-Assistant Coach of the Year as he helped guide Dylan Parrott and Andrew Faulk to the NCAA Championships. In 2009, Holt assisted in helping the Midshipmen to a memorable season, as they finished with an impressive 15-4 record and a N-Star victory at Army. In addition, the Mids won their second-straight All-Academy Championship, placed second at the ECAC Championship and advanced as a team to the NCAA Qualifying Meet for the first time in program history. His efforts in the gym have not gone unrecognized, as he was named the 2007 NCAA East Region Assistant Coach of the Year, 2006 and ’08 USAG Collegiate Division Assistant Coach of the Year, 2007 and ‘11 ECAC Assistant Coach of the Year and 2007 CGA Regional Co-Assistant Coach of the Year. During the summer of 2005, Holt coached the United States team in the 2005 Maccabiah Games in Israel. Holt guided the United States to a second-place team finish with gold medal performances in the floor exercise and pommel horse. In addition to his coaching duties, Holt also served as a judge at the Maccabiah Games. Holt came to the Academy after serving as an assistant coach for one season at William & Mary and two years at his alma mater, Syracuse. Holt’s commitment to the Navy program in and out of the gym was recognized in 2003 as he was named the ECAC Assistant Coach of the Year. “I would like all of our athletes to leave the Naval Academy knowing that they have the tools to not only meet, but exceed all that is expected of them,” he added. “They should have a strong sense of confidence and accomplishment as they begin their careers.” As a gymnast, Holt was an NCAA finalist on the rings in 1994. He is a 1995 graduate of Syracuse, where he earned a degree in physical education. Holt earned his master’s degree in exercise physiology from Syracuse in the summer of 2002.

Navy Gymnastics Support Staff

Officer Representative

Capt. Glenn Gottschalk, USN (Ret.)

Chauncey Winbush

Chase Feldbrugge

Capt. Richard Quattrone, USN

Assoc. Athletic Director/ Business Affairs

Faculty Representative

Athletic Trainer

Cmdr. Carl Tamulevich, USN (Ret.)

Sr. Assoc. Athletic Director/ Scheduling & Team Support

Brian Sellers

Asst. Director of Equipment

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SEASON PREVIEW

A year after welcoming in 12 newcomers to the Navy gymnastics program, the young team will look to further their growth and consequentially its success during 2014. “The primarily goal of this 2013-14 team is to qualify for the NCAA Championships as a team,” said Navy head coach Dr. Sho Fukushima. “Navy Gymnastics has to be in the top 10 in the nation or to capture the conference championships.” “The upperclassmen lead the team by example in gym and also in the class room,” said Fukushima. “The sophomores and freshmen, who occupy more than two-thirds of the team must improve quickly in order for the team to reach our goal.” The Mids return 16 student-athletes from the 2013 season with captain Chris Junghans, the team’s lone senior, leading the way. “After steady improvement for the last three years, as our team captain Chris leads 2014 Navy Gymnastics to the next level” said Fukushima. “At the same time, he will be reaching near his true potential for himself.” Junghans saw action in every meet last season for the Mids. He competed in the all around competition on 12 occasions, registering six top-three finishes and a season-high score of 82.55 at Army in the annual Star Meet. The senior was one of six Mids to participate in the NCAA Qualifying Meet, where he scored an 82.3 and earned a spot in the NCAA Championships the following day. In the all around competition of the NCAA Championship, Junghans finished 12th overall with 82.0 points. Five juniors join Junghans in completing Navy’s upperclass. A trio of NCAA qualifiers in Thomas Goodell, Joshua Steves and Eric Viscardi head the group. A versatile group, all three juniors regularly competed in three or more events each meet.

2014 Roster

Player John-Charles Arion Zac Ceroli Michael Dorsey David Frick Josh Gong Connor Gonzales Thomas Goodell Ian Grinaski Alex Hoersten Evan Jones Chris Junghans Wyatt Lapointe Mitchell Larios Eric Morrison Jacob Moses Eric Poletti Andrew Potts Wayne Saya Joshua Steves Jonny Tang Eric Viscardi Connor Westrick

Cl. Fr. So. So. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So.

Event All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around All-Around

Head Coach - Dr. Sho Fukushima (23rd year, Washington ’71) Assistant Coach - Craig Holt (15th year, Syracuse ’95) Managers - Paul Alvarado, Garrett Bradley Officer Representative - Capt. Richard Quattrone, USN Faculty Representative - Capt. Glenn Gottschalk, USN Athletic Trainer - Chase Feldbrugge

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“These juniors have to support the lone senior, Chris in our effort to strive for the next level” said Fukushima. “Although they have competed in the past as specialists in a few events, they should power up themselves to compete in additional events as more matured Navy gymnasts.” Goodell participated in rings 13 times and horizontal bar 11 times, respectively in a well-rounded 2013 campaign, in which he twice competed in the all around. His regular season efforts in both rings and the horizontal bar earned him a spot in the NCAA Qualifying Meet. In State College, Pa., Goodell scored a season-high 14.55 in the rings and a 13.00 in the horizontal bar. Viscardi, a floor exercise, rings and vault specialist, earned a spot in the NCAA Qualifying Meet with a regular season high score of 14.75 in the vault versus William & Mary. Likewise, Steves was a vault qualifier after posting a 14.8 at the ECAC Championships in the team portion. Fellow juniors Ian Grinaski and Alex Hoersten will add leadership and depth to the squad in 2014. 11 sophomores return to Navy’s squad with a year of experience and success under their belts. Mitchell Larios and Andrew Potts highlight the large and talented class as the duo each earned spots in the NCAA Qualifying Meet last season. “As the 2013 ECAC conference champion in vaulting, Navy’s fireplug, Mitchell exhibits the logo, “NAVY” at the 2014 NCAA Championships,” said Fukushima. “His floor exercise and, possibly, parallel bars should also be noticeable at our conference individual event final championships.” A participant in the parallel bars since the first meet of the year, Larios expanded his lineup to include floor exercise and vault as the season progressed. A season-high 15.2 score in the vault at the ECAC Team Championship earned him a spot atop the leaderboard that day, as well as an opportunity to qualify for the NCAA Meet.

Ht. 5-6 5-11 5-7 5-6 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-11 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-10 5-5 5-7 5-9 5-7 6-0 5-10 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-8

Letters -- -- -- -- 1V -- 2V -- 1V -- 3V -- 1V 1V 1V 1V 1V -- 1V -- 2V 1V

Hometown / High School Plano, Texas / Coram Deo Academy Angier, N.C. / Kaiser (Honolulu, Hawaii) Hollywood, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas St. Johns, Fla. / Bartram Trail Oxnard, Calif./ Morning Star Academy Glen Ellyn, Ill. / Glenbard West Hopkinton, Mass. / AMSA Charter School Ellington, Conn. / Ellington Long Grove, Ill. / Stevenson Stoneham, Mass. / Reading Memorial Dunkirk, Md. / Northern Mechanicsburg, Pa. / Cumberland Valley Frisco, Texas / Frisco Broomfield, Colo. / Legacy Windsor, Colo. / Windsor Lancaster, Pa. / Hempfield Ellicott City, Md. / Marriotts Ridge Nashua, N.H. / Nashua North Houston, Texas / St. John’s School Malvern, Pa. / Great Valley Marietta, Ga. / Hillgrove Waterford, Wisc. / Waterford Union


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Potts was a two-event athlete for Navy throughout the 2013 season as he specialized in the horizontal bar and pommel horse. He earned his way into the qualifying meet with a season-high 14.05 score at the USA Gymnastics Championships. A group of five other Mids turned in strong collegiate debuts as Josh Gong, Eric Morrison, Jacob Moses, Eric Poletti and Connor Westrick were consistent scorers for Navy. “Because of the pure number of gymnasts, the Class of 2016 is the core of this year’s team,” said Fukushima. “After one year of fermentation, besides Larios, more gymnasts from this class will surface as our season progress. Along with our captain, Westrick, Morrison and Potts lead Navy’s pommel horse team. Success on this event may be the key to the distance we go in this year.” Gong and Poletti each competed in nine or more competitions in the rings discipline for the Mids. Gong registered a season-high 13.95 score versus Temple and Army, while Poletti notched his season-high of 14.15 at William & Mary. Diverse in their skills, Gong also vaulted in eight events, while Poletti posted strong scores throughout the season in the horizontal bar. The top finisher in the discipline versus Army in the Star Meet, Poletti registered his season-high (13.85) twice, at the All-Academy Meet and at William & Mary. Morrison and Moses were regular competitors for the Mids in floor exercise. Morrison scored in nine floor exercise events with a high total of 13.85 compiled twice, at the All-Academy Meet and in the Star Meet. Likewise, Moses competed nine times in the floor exercise. He registered a season-high 14.2 score at the All-Academy Meet. Morrison augmented his floor exercise work with 10 performances in the pommel horse where three times he scored a season-high 13.7. Westrick was a regular dual-discipline performer with nine scores in each pommel horse and parallel bar action. His high scores for the season consisted of a 13.2 (USA Gymnastics Championships) in pommel horse and a 13.45 in the parallel bars (Army-Star Meet). Zac Ceroli, Michael Dorsey, David Frick and Connor Gonzales round out the group of returning sophomores, who will be looking to further gain experience and add depth to the squad. A five-man freshmen class joins the program for the 2014 season. Jonny Tang, a 2013 U.S. Junior Olympics National Champion in the horizontal bar, leads this season’s group of plebes. Tang’s background prior to Navy includes the 2012

Pennsylvania State All-Around title and a second place finish at the 2010 U.S. Junior Olympics in the floor exercise. John-Charles Arion, Evan Jones, Wyatt Lapointe and Wayne Saya join Tang as first-year members of the programs. “Usually any newcomers require a period to mature as a midshipman and also as a Navy gymnast,” said Fukushima. “However, Jonny Tang has to be busy in developing himself as a midshipman and, at the same time, is expected to contribute heavily toward the team’s success. Perhaps, others from the Class of 2017, Arion, Lapointe and Jones may surprise us. Navy will begin its season with a trip to Army for the annual West Point Open on the weekend of Jan. 17. The following weekend, the Mids will commence home action at Macdonough Hall with the 2014 Navy Open. William & Mary, Temple and Springfield headline the programs that are slated to compete at the event. Navy starts February with a trip to Houston for the All-Academy Championships. At the 2013 event, the Mids posted a season-high score of 407.3 team points in competition versus Army and Air Force. One-on-one team action for Navy begins on February 8 when it hosts Army in the annual Star Meet. The Mids have defeated the Cadets four of the past five years in dual meets. The following weekend, Navy will host William & Mary in the first of two dual meets between the programs. After meeting in Annapolis on Feb. 16, the two teams will face off in Williamsburg, Va. on March 2. Back-to-back duel meets versus Temple and Springfield will close out the Mids’ regular season. The Owls will come to Annapolis on March 8, while Navy will travel to Springfield on March 16. The championship portion of Navy’s season will begin March 21-22 with the USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships. The following weekend, Navy will participate in the ECAC Championships. Both events will be hosted at Macdonough Hall. The 2014 NCAA National Qualifying Meet will take place on April 10, with team and individual finals following on April 11 and 12, respectively. This year’s NCAA Qualifying Meet and Championships will take place on the campus of the University of Michigan.

2014 Navy Gymnastics

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Chris Junghans Senior • 5-7 • All-Around Dunkirk, Md.

Career Accolades: • Competed in 2013 NCAA Championships, finishing 12th in All-Around • Selected twice to NCAA Qualifiers, 2012 and 2013 • Earned 2013 All-ECAC honors in Pommel Horse and Horizontal Bar • Named 2013 USA Gymnastics Collegiate All-American in Pommel Horse • 2012 USA Gymnastics Collegiate Pommel Horse Champion Career Highs FX 14.2

PH SR V PB HB AA 14.25 14.15 14.85 14.1 13.85 82.55

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 13.95 13.8 13.2 13.95 13.75 13.05 81.7 8th 10th 18th 19th 7th 27th 3rd William & Mary 14.05 13.25 13.8 13.5 12.7 13.25 80.55 4th 6th 4th 11th 10th 3rd 1st West Point Open 13.9 14.0 13.65 13.5 12.7 13.15 80.9 T-15th 9th 15th n/a n/a 14th 4th West Point Open --- 11.5 --- --- --- --- -- --- 8th --- --- --- --- --All-Academy 14.05 14.05 13.75 13.1 13.45 13.25 81.65 Army-Star Meet 13.6 14.25 13.45 13.8 14.3 13.15 82.55 9th 2nd 5th 10th 2nd 3rd 2nd William & Mary 14.15 14.2 14.15 13.5 13.65 11.85 81.5 4th 1st 5th 9th 5th 10th 3rd at William & Mary 14.1 12.6 12.3 13.7 13.0 13.25 78.95 3rd 9th 11th 10th 7th 6th 3rd vs. Temple, Army 14.2 14.2 12.3 13.75 13.6 13.6 81.65 USAG Team, A-A 12.7 13.75 14.15 13.4 13.5 13.75 81.25 T-30th T-7th T-9th 26th T-14th 17th 5th ECAC Team, A-A 13.4 13.8 14.1 13.4 13.0 13.85 81.55 20th 7th 9th 28th 21st 8th 6th ECAC Indiv. Finals --- 13.55 13.4 --- --- 13.4 -- --- 6th 10th --- --- 5th --NCAA Qualifier 13.7 14.2 13.8 13.7 13.7 13.2 82.3 T-30th 12th 32nd 33rd T-26th 25th 3rd NCAA 13.1 14.25 13.7 13.9 13.75 13.3 82.0 Championship 43rd T-15th T-40th T-35th 35th 38th 12th 2012 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 13.8 11.6 12.3 --- 13.4 10.8 -- T-7th 12th 16th --- 4th 15th --West Point Open 12.9 12.7 13.2 --- 12.2 --- -- 34th T-34th T-22nd --- T-37th --- --Army 12.4 13.4 13.2 13.2 13.3 12.0 77.5 T-12th 5th 6th 11th 5th 9th 4th All-Academy 13.85 14.0 13.3 13.15 12.85 13.3 80.45 2nd 2nd T-11th 17th 10th T-5th 2nd

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William & Mary 13.8 13.8 12.7 13.8 13.5 13.6 81.2 4th 3rd 9th 9th 6th 4th 3rd at William & Mary 13.6 12.2 13.4 13.6 12.2 11.9 76.9 T-5th 10th T-6th 7th 10th 10th 5th Temple 14.0 12.8 13.9 13.3 13.6 13.5 81.1 6th T-6th 4th 8th T-5th 3rd 2nd USAG Team/A-A 14.05 13.85 13.85 13.2 13.45 13.6 82.0 10th T-4th T-15th T-30th T-10th 15th 3rd USAG Individual --- 13.7 --- --- 13.15 --- -- --- 1st --- --- 8th --- --ECAC Team/A-A 13.7 13.4 13.2 13.8 12.4 13.7 80.2 --- --- --- --- --- --- 9th ECAC Invididual --- --- --- --- --- 13.4 -- --- --- --- --- --- 8th --NCAA Qualifier 14.15 11.8 12.9 13.8 12.5 13.15 78.3 T-26th T-40th T-33rd 39th T-40th 39th 6th

2011 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA W. Point Open-D1 12.7 12.1 13.2 13.4 13.1 11.2 75.7 T-27th 19th 15th 33rd T-21st T-35th 8th Navy Open 13.6 13.6 13.8 14.0 12.0 12.8 79.8 7th 3rd 4th 13th T-15th T-7th 5th Army 13.1 11.9 13.1 14.4 10.7 12.8 76.0 7th 12th T-4th 7th 12th 6th 4th All-Academy 14.15 13.4 13.3 14.85 13.0 12.7 81.4 7th 11th 14th 8th 17th T-12th 4th William & Mary 14.2 13.4 12.9 14.3 14.1 12.8 81.7 4th T-3rd 8th 7th T-4th T-5th 3rd William & Mary 13.7 13.4 13.6 14.1 13.3 12.7 80.8 7th 6th 8th 11th T-6th 8th 3rd Temple 12.6 13.6 13.7 14.2 13.0 12.4 79.5 10th 5th T-8th T-10th 8th T-9th 3rd USAG - Team 13.8 13.8 13.0 14.2 13.8 12.5 81.1 T-21st 10th 35th 30th T-17th T-37th 6th Before Navy: • Attended Northern High School • Won 2010 Maryland state championships in all-around, pommel horse, floor and parallel bars • Took 10th place in the parallel bars and 13th in pommel horse at the 2009 Junior Olympic Nationals Personal: • Son of Veronica and Gregory Junghans


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Thomas Goodell

Junior • 5-6 • All-Around Hopkinton, Mass. Career Accolades: • Selected to 2013 NCAA Qualifying Meet in Horizontal Bar and Rings • Earned 2013 All-ECAC honors in Horizontal Bar • Named 2013 USA Gymnastics Collegiate All-American in Horizontal Bar Career Highs FX 13.0

Before Navy: • Placed 12th on the rings at the 2011 Junior Olympic Nationals • Member of the Region VI team from 2004-06 • Attended AMSA Charter School in Marlborough, Mass. Personal: • Son of Todd and Elizabeth • Enjoys surfing, hunting and fishing

PH SR V PB HB AA 13.65 14.55 13.2 13.75 13.9 78.75

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 12.85 12.5 13.95 13.2 13.2 13.8 78.75 23rd 25th 7th 32nd 16th 16th 5th William & Mary 13.0 12.3 13.75 13.2 12.35 13.1 77.0 10th 9th 5th 12th 12th 7th 3rd West Point Open 13.0 13.3 13.9 --- --- 13.0 -- n/a n/a T-9th --- --- n/a --West Point Open --- --- 14.0 --- --- --- -- --- --- 3rd --- --- --- --All-Academy --- 11.15 14.05 --- 13.75 12.85 --Army-Star Meet --- 13.65 13.3 --- 13.2 13.0 -- --- 4th T-8th --- 10th T-8th --William & Mary --- 12.5 14.4 --- 12.6 13.2 -- --- 10th 3rd --- 11th 8th --at William & Mary --- 12.45 14.45 --- 12.95 13.55 -- --- 10th 2nd --- 8th 4th --vs. Temple, Army --- 12.4 14.35 --- 12.0 12.9 --USAG Team, A-A --- 12.5 14.4 --- 13.2 13.9 -- --- 23rd T-6th --- 23rd T-14th --ECAC Team, A-A --- --- 14.4 --- 13.4 13.85 -- --- --- 4th --- 13th 8th --ECAC Indiv. Finals --- --- 13.85 --- --- 13.55 -- --- --- 9th --- --- 3rd --NCAA Qualifier --- --- 14.55 --- --- 13.00 -- --- --- T-14th --- --- 28th --2012 Meet Navy Open West Point Open Army All-Academy William & Mary at William & Mary

USAG Team/A-A --- --- 13.8 --- 13.45 --- -- --- --- 18th --- T-19th --- --ECAC Team/A-A --- --- 13.5 --- --- 12.5 ---

FX PH SR V PB HB AA --- 10.5 13.4 --- 12.3 12.3 ----- T-19th 8th --- T-10th 10th ----- 12.5 13.7 --- 12.4 11.7 ----- T-38th 16th --- T-31st T-33rd ----- --- 13.3 --- 13.6 11.0 ----- --- 5th --- 6th 11th ----- --- 13.75 --- 12.5 12.6 ----- --- T-7th --- 12th T-10th ----- --- 13.3 --- 13.0 13.6 ----- --- 6th --- 10th 4th ----- --- 13.1 --- 11.1 12.9 ----- --- 9th --- 11th T-7th ---

Ian Grinaski

Junior • 5-11 • All-Around Ellington, Conn. Career Highs FX ---

PH SR V PB HB AA --- --- --- --- 11.5 ---

2013 • Did not see action in competition meets. 2012 Meet Navy Open ---

FX PH SR V PB HB AA --- --- --- --- --- 11.5 ----- --- --- --- T-13th ---

Before Navy: • Three-time Academic All-America selection from 2008-11 • Competed for Tri-Town Gymnastics • Played tennis at Ellington High School where he earned All-State and allconference honors as a senior playing No. 2 singles…named team MVP twice Personal: • Son of Timothy and Lizette • Lists tennis, water sports and slalom skiing as his interests

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Joshua Steves

Alex Hoersten

Junior • 5-7 • All-Around Houston, Texas

Junior • 5-7 • All-Around Long Grove, Ill. Career Highs FX ---

PH SR V PB HB AA 14.4 --- --- --- --- ---

2013 • Did not see action in competition meets. 2012 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open --- 11.4 --- --- --- --- -- --- T-14th --- --- --- --- --West Point Open --- 12.9 --- --- --- --- -- --- 30th --- --- --- --- --Army --- 13.6 --- --- --- --- -- --- 4th --- --- --- --- --All-Academy --- 13.25 --- --- --- --- -- --- 6th --- --- --- --- --William & Mary --- 13.3 --- --- --- --- -- --- 5th --- --- --- --- --at William & Mary --- 13.2 --- --- --- --- -- --- 4th --- --- --- --- --Temple --- 14.4 --- --- --- --- -- --- T-7th --- --- --- --- --USAG Team --- 11.05 --- --- --- --- -- --- 32nd --- --- --- --- --- ECAC Team/A-A --- 13.5 --- --- --- --- --Before Navy: • Led Stevenson High School to the 2010 Illinois state championship by winning the title in both the vault and parallel bars • Helped the Buffalo Grove Gymnastics Club to third place at the 2011 Junior Olympic Nationals • Three-time, First-Team Academic All-America selection (2008-11) Personal: • Son of Douglas and Julie Ann • Enjoys weightlifting and fishing on Lake Michigan

Career Accolades: • Selected to 2013 NCAA Qualifying Meet in Vault • Earned 2013 All-ECAC honors in Vault • Named First Team All-America Scholar-Athlete in 2013 Career Highs FX 13.0

PH SR V PB HB AA --- 14.2 14.8 13.4 13.9 ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 12.3 --- 13.95 13.75 12.3 13.9 -- 34th --- 7th 24th 35th 14th --William & Mary --- --- 13.9 --- 13.2 12.6 -- --- --- 3rd --- 8th 9th --West Point Open --- --- 13.8 --- 12.15 12.25 -- --- --- 13th --- n/a n/a --All-Academy --- --- 14.2 --- 13.4 12.2 --Army-Star Meet --- --- 13.1 --- 13.05 12.45 -- --- --- T-11th --- T-11th 10th --vs. Temple, Army --- --- --- 14.4 --- --- --USAG Team, A-A --- --- --- 14.3 --- --- -- --- --- --- 8th --- --- --ECAC Team, A-A --- --- 13.8 14.8 12.7 --- -- --- --- 17th 5th 27th --- --ECAC Indiv. Finals --- --- --- 14.7 --- --- -- --- --- --- 2nd --- --- --NCAA Qualifier --- --- --- 14.55 --- --- -- --- --- --- 13th --- --- --2012 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 12.4 --- 12.8 13.2 12.5 --- -- T-13th --- T-12th 9th T-9th --- --West Point Open 13.0 --- 11.9 13.8 12.1 11.8 -- T-33rd --- 38th 23rd T-41st 31st --Temple --- --- 13.4 --- 13.0 --- -- --- --- 8th --- 7th --- --Before Navy: • Placed third in the all-around and vault at the 2009 World Maccabiah Games Personal: • Son of Myron and Rowena • Enjoys gymnastics and playing music

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Eric Viscardi

Junior • 5-7 • All-Around Marietta, Ga. Career Accolades: • Selected to compete at 2013 NCAA Qualifying meet in Vault Career Highs FX 13.4

Before Navy: • 2011 Academic All-America honoree • 2010 Georgia state champion in the all-around, helping the Cobb Challengers to the state championship • Named MVP of the Cobb Challengers in 2010 • Member of the Region VIII in 2011 and Georgia state team from 2008-11 • Attended Hillgrove High School and earned two varsity letters in lacrosse Personal: • Parents were both student-athletes as his father, Daniel, ran track and cross country at the University of New Hampshire and mother, Lauren WoodViscardi, swam at the University of New Hampshire

PH SR V PB HB AA --- 13.5 14.3 --- --- ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 12.65 11.8 13.15 14.4 12.5 13.15 77.55 28th 34th 21st 11th 30th 25th 6th William & Mary 13.7 --- 13.35 14.4 --- --- -- 6th --- 8th 2nd --- --- --West Point Open 13.25 --- --- 13.65 --- --- -- n/a --- --- n/a --- --- --All-Academy 14.3 --- 13.8 14.35 --- --- --Army-Star Meet 14.35 --- 13.3 14.5 --- --- -- 3rd --- T-6th 3rd --- --- --William & Mary 14.2 --- 14.25 14.75 --- --- -- 3rd --- 4th 1st --- --- --at William & Mary 13.9 --- 13.9 14.3 --- --- -- 5th --- 6th 5th --- --- --vs. Temple, Army 14.1 --- 13.7 14.7 --- --- --USAG Team, A-A 13.15 --- 13.5 14.1 --- --- -- 22nd --- 16th T-11th --- --- --ECAC Team, A-A 13.9 --- 13.9 14.2 --- --- -- 13th --- 15th 12th --- --- --NCAA Qualifier --- --- --- 14.35 --- --- -- --- --- --- 20th --- --- -- 2012 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open --- --- 13.1 13.7 --- --- -- --- --- 10th T-4th --- --- --West Point Open --- --- 12.9 13.8 --- --- -- --- --- T-28th 25th --- --- --Army --- --- 12.7 13.9 --- --- -- --- --- 9th T-7th --- --- --All-Academy --- --- 12.75 13.55 --- --- -- --- --- T-16th 13th --- --- ---

Zac Ceroli

Sophomore • 5-11 • All-Around Angier, N.C. 2013 • Did not see action in competition meets. Before Navy: • Competed in trampoline, winning both the American and Japanese 2011 National Double-Mini Championships • Member of the National Honor Society at Kaiser High School Personal: • Son of Michael and Angela • Lists hiking and scuba diving as hobbies

William & Mary --- --- 12.4 14.2 --- --- -- --- --- 11th 3rd --- --- --at William & Mary --- --- 12.1 13.7 --- --- -- --- --- 11th T-4th --- --- --Temple 12.4 --- 13.5 14.3 --- --- -- 11th --- 7th T-3rd --- --- --USAG Team/A-A 12.75 --- 12.5 13.95 --- --- -- 33rd --- T-32nd 14th --- --- --ECAC Team/A-A 13.4 --- 13.4 14.2 --- --- ---

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Michael Dorsey

Josh Gong

Sophomore • 5-7 • All-Around Hollywood, Fla. 2013 • Did not see action in competition meets.

Career Accolades: • Named First Team All-America Scholar-Athlete in 2013

Before Navy: • Competed for Hollywood YMCA • Member of gymnastics team that won five consecutive state championships • Member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society at St. Thomas Aquinas

Career Highs FX ---

PH SR V PB HB AA --- 13.95 14.05 --- --- ---

2013 Meet Navy Open --- William & Mary --- West Point Open --- All-Academy Army-Star Meet --- William & Mary --- at William & Mary --- vs. Temple, Army USAG Team, A-A --- ECAC Team, A-A ---

FX PH SR V PB HB AA --- --- 13.75 13.95 --- --- ----- 10th 20th --- --- ----- --- 13.75 14.05 --- --- ----- 5th 5th --- --- ----- --- 13.5 13.75 --- --- ----- n/a n/a --- --- ----- --- 13.75 13.35 --- --- ----- --- 12.1 13.65 --- --- ----- 12th 12th --- --- ----- --- 13.8 --- --- --- ----- 6th --- --- --- ----- --- 13.9 --- --- --- ----- 6th --- --- --- ----- --- 13.95 13.8 --- --- ----- --- 13.8 13.6 --- --- ----- T-12th 22nd --- --- ----- --- 13.7 13.4 --- --- ----- 20th 28th --- --- ---

Personal: • Son of Michael and Vicenta • Lists water skiing and camping as hobbies

David Frick

Sophomore • 5-6 • All-Around St. Johns, Fla. Career Accolades: • Named First Team All-America Scholar-Athlete in 2013 Career Highs FX 12.35

PH SR V PB HB AA --- --- 13.6 --- --- ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 12.35 --- --- 13.6 --- --- -- 33rd --- --- 28th --- --- --William & Mary --- --- --- 12.45 --- --- -- --- --- --- 13th --- --- --Before Navy: • Competed for First Coast Gymnastics • Member of the Florida state team that won the 2010 Region VIII Championships • Four-time regional qualifier (2008-11) • Member of several honor societies in high school and also a member of the Air Force JROTC Group Commander Personal: • Son of David Sr. and Susan • Father played baseball at the University of Tampa

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Sophomore • 5-8 • All-Around Oxnard, Calif.

Before Navy: • Competed for Victory Gymnastics • Three-time Junior Olympic National qualifier (2010-12) • Was a semifinalist in the rings at the Junior Olympic Nationals in 2010 and ‘12 Personal: • Son of Gilbert and On Yan Eunice • Enjoys playing the piano, guitar and clarinet


2014 NAVY GYMNASTICS

Connor Gonzales

Mitchell Larios

Sophomore • 5-7 • All-Around Glen Ellyn, Ill.

Sophomore • 5-5 • All-Around Frisco, Texas

Career Highs FX ---

PH SR V PB HB AA 12.9 --- --- --- --- ---

2013 Meet Navy Open ---

Career Accolades: • Selected to the 2013 NCAA Qualifying Meet in Vault (unable to compete due to injury) • Named USA Gymnastics Collegiate All-American in Vault

FX PH SR V PB HB AA --- 12.9 --- --- --- --- --20th --- --- --- --- ---

Career Highs FX 14.05

Before Navy: • Competed in the all-around for Palmer Gymnastics • Three-time national qualifier • Named the honor roll at Glenbard West High School and also a member of the National Honor Society Personal: • Son of David and Catherine • Enjoys flying and camping

PH SR V PB HB AA --- --- 15.2 13.8 --- ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open --- --- --- --- 13.6 --- -- --- --- --- --- 8th --- --William & Mary --- --- --- --- 13.55 --- -- --- --- --- --- 5th --- --West Point Open --- --- --- --- 13.7 --- -- --- --- --- --- 9th --- --- West Point Open --- --- --- --- 12.5 --- -- --- --- --- --- 8th --- --All-Academy 14.0 --- --- 13.65 13.55 --- --Army-Star Meet 14.05 --- --- 14.9 13.7 --- -- 5th --- --- 1st T-5th --- --William & Mary 13.05 --- --- 14.25 13.75 --- --- 10th --- --- 7th 4th --- --at William & Mary 13.35 --- --- 14.4 12.4 --- -- 8th --- --- 4th 10th --- --vs. Temple, Army 13.95 --- ---- 14.45 13.55 --- --USAG Team, A-A 13.6 --- --- 14.5 13.8 --- -- T-13th --- --- T-3rd T-7th --- --ECAC Team, A-A --- --- --- 15.2 --- --- -- --- --- --- 1st --- --- --Before Navy: • Competed for World Olympic Gymnastics Academy (TX) • Named to USA Gymnastics Academic All-American 2nd Team in 2009 and ‘10 and Honorable Mention in 2011 Personal: • Competed in diving at Frisco High School and set the school-record for highest-11 dive score (392.05) • Named to NISCA/Boys High School Academic All-American team (diving) • Teammate of John-Charles Arion at World Olympic Gymnastics Academy

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Eric Morrison

Jacob Moses

Sophomore • 5-7 • All-Around Broomfield, Colo. Career Highs FX 13.85

Career Highs FX 13.85

PH SR V PB HB AA 13.7 12.95 --- --- 12.15 ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 12.6 12.95 12.95 --- --- 12.15 -- 30th 18th 22nd --- --- 35th --William & Mary 13.45 13.7 --- --- --- --- -- 8th 3rd --- --- --- --- --West Point Open 13.7 12.75 --- --- --- --- -- n/a n/a --- --- --- --- --All-Academy 13.85 13.7 --- --- --- --- --Army-Star Meet 13.85 11.75 --- --- --- --- -- 8th 12th --- --- --- --- --William & Mary --- 13.2 --- --- --- --- -- --- 6th --- --- --- --- --- at William & Mary 13.4 13.7 --- --- --- --- -- 7th 5th --- --- --- --- --vs. Temple, Army 13.7 13.6 --- --- --- --- --USAG Team, A-A 13.5 11.9 --- --- --- --- -- 18th 25th --- --- --- --- --ECAC Team, A-A 13.3 12.6 --- --- --- --- -- 26th 24th --- --- --- --- ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open 12.6 12.95 12.95 --- --- 12.15 -- 30th 18th 22nd --- --- 35th --William & Mary 13.45 13.7 --- --- --- --- -- 8th 3rd --- --- --- --- --West Point Open 13.7 12.75 --- --- --- --- -- n/a n/a --- --- --- --- --All-Academy 13.85 13.7 --- --- --- --- --Army-Star Meet 13.85 11.75 --- --- --- --- -- 8th 12th --- --- --- --- --William & Mary --- 13.2 --- --- --- --- -- --- 6th --- --- --- --- --- at William & Mary 13.4 13.7 --- --- --- --- -- 7th 5th --- --- --- --- --vs. Temple, Army 13.7 13.6 --- --- --- --- --USAG Team, A-A 13.5 11.9 --- --- --- --- -- 18th 25th --- --- --- --- --ECAC Team, A-A 13.3 12.6 --- --- --- --- -- 26th 24th --- --- --- --- ---

Before Navy: • Was a five-year Junior Olympic Nationals qualifier and three-year region team qualifier • Earned academic All-America honors all four years of high school

Before Navy: • Competed in the all-around for GK Gymnastics in Fort Collins, Colo. • Three-time national qualifier and regional team member (2009, ‘11 and ‘12)

Personal: • Son of Ed and Laura

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PH SR V PB HB AA 13.7 12.95 --- --- 12.15 ---

Sophomore • 5-9 • All-Around Windsor, Colo.

Personal: • Son of Kirk and Mary • Lists hunting and mountain biking as his interests


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Eric Poletti

Andrew Potts

Sophomore • 5-7 • All-Around Lancaster, Pa. Career Accolades: • Named First Team All-America Scholar-Athlete in 2013 Career Highs FX 13.0

PH SR V PB HB AA 12.3 14.15 --- 13.0 13.85 ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open --- 12.3 13.2 --- 13.0 13.65 -- --- 31st 19th --- 17th 18th --William & Mary --- --- 13.5 --- 12.65 11.7 -- --- --- 7th --- 11th 12th --West Point Open --- --- 13.1 --- 13.0 12.4 -- --- --- n/a --- n/a n/a --All-Academy --- --- 13.55 --- --- 13.85 --Army-Star Meet --- --- 13.3 --- --- 13.3 -- --- --- T-7th --- --- 1st --William & Mary --- --- 13.8 --- --- 12.55 -- --- --- 6th --- --- 9th --- at William & Mary --- --- 14.15 --- --- 13.85 -- --- --- 4th --- --- 2nd --vs. Temple, Army --- --- 13.45 --- --- 13.35 --USAG Team, A-A --- --- 13.8 --- --- 13.5 -- --- --- T-12th --- --- T-20th --ECAC Team, A-A 13.0 --- --- --- --- 12.4 -- 28th --- --- --- --- 27th --Before Navy: • Competed for Artistic Sports Academy Plus in Harrisburg, Pa. • Was a two-time Pennsylvania state champion in the all-around and a four-time Junior Olympic National Qualifier • Earned Academic All-America honors all four years of high school • Captured a regional title in the rings Personal: • Son of Robert and Jennifer...sister, Rachel, competed in track at Messiah College • Enjoys fishing and shooting • Teammate of Wyatt Lapointe, USNA ‘17, at Artistic Sports Academy Plus

Sophomore • 6-0 • All-Around Ellicott City, Md. Career Accolades: • Selected to compete in 2013 NCAA Qualifying Meet in Horizontal Bar • Named 2013 USA Gymnastics Collegiate All-American in Pommel Horse and Horizontal Bar • Named Second-Team All-America Scholar-Athlete in 2013 Career Highs FX ---

PH SR V PB HB AA 13.75 --- 14.1 13.5 14.05 ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open --- --- --- --- --- 13.7 -- --- --- --- --- --- 17th --William & Mary --- 11.2 --- --- --- 12.7 -- --- 12th --- --- --- 8th --West Point Open --- 13.0 --- --- --- --- -- --- --- --- --- --- --- --All-Academy --- 12.8 --- --- --- --- --Army-Star Meet --- 13.45 --- --- --- 13.05 -- --- 6th --- --- --- T-4th --William & Mary --- 13.4 --- --- --- 13.9 -- --- 4th --- --- --- 6th --at William & Mary --- 13.35 --- 14.1 13.15 13.85 -- --- 6th --- 8th 6th 2nd --vs. Temple, Army --- 12.4 --- --- 12.95 13.3 --USAG Team, A-A --- 13.75 --- --- 13.4 14.05 -- --- T-7th --- --- 18th 10th --ECAC Team, A-A --- 12.9 --- --- 13.5 13.05 -- --- 20th --- --- 12th 23rd --NCAA Qualifier --- --- --- --- --- 11.95 --- ---

--- --- --- --- 36th ---

Before Navy: • Competed for Columbia Gymnastics • Qualified for the Junior Olympic National Championships each year from 200712, competing in the semifinals of the floor exercise in 2012 and semifinals on the parallel bars in 2010 Personal: • Son of Michael and Dana • Enjoys soccer and playing the guitar

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Connor Westrick

Sophomore • 5-8 • All-Around Waterford, Wis. Career Accolades: • Named First Team All-America Scholar-Athlete in 2013 Career Highs FX ---

PH SR V PB HB AA 13.2 --- --- 13.45 13.0 ---

2013 Meet FX PH SR V PB HB AA Navy Open --- 12.95 --- --- 12.5 --- -- --- 18th --- --- 30th --- --William & Mary --- 11.9 --- --- 12.8 --- -- --- 10th --- --- 9th --- --West Point Open --- --- --- --- 13.3 --- -- --- --- --- --- n/a --- --All-Academy --- 12.8 --- --- 13.4 --- --Army-Star Meet --- 13.05 --- --- 13.45 --- -- --- T-9th --- --- T-7th --- --William & Mary --- 13.2 --- --- 13.4 --- -- --- 6th --- --- 9th --- --at William & Mary --- 13.1 --- --- 12.3 10.75 -- --- 8th --- --- 11th 10th --vs. Temple, Army --- 12.4 --- --- --- 13.0 --USAG Team, A-A --- 13.2 --- --- 13.1 11.4 -- --- T-16th --- --- T-24th 34th --ECAC Team, A-A --- 12.5 --- --- 12.7 --- -- --- 25th --- --- 27th --- --Before Navy: • Competed for Salto Gymnastics • Qualified for the Junior Olympic Nationals six consecutive years from 2007-12 • Earned Academic All-America honors all four years of high school (2009-12) • Three-time regional team member • Involved in several academic organizations at Waterford Union High School, including vice president of the National Honor Society, Student Company president and competed as a member of the Academic Bowl team Personal: • Son of Jeffery and Doreen • Enjoys fishing, hunting and water sports

John-Charles Arion Freshman • 5-6 • All-Around Plano, Texas

Prior to Navy: • Competed at the World Olympic Gymnastics Academy (TX) under the coaching of Pavel Sadovsky • Helped WOGA to 2nd place finish at 2007 Region III Championships • Member of the Region II Jr. Development Team in 2007 and 2008. • Named USA Gymnastics First-Team Academic All-American in 2012; Honorable Mention in 2010 Personal: • Son of Janice and the late William Arion • Born in China, raised in Texas • Teammate of Mitchell Larios, USNA ‘16, at World Olympic Gymnastics Academy • Enjoys building his own computers as a hobby • Served as Vice President of his senior class at Coram Deo Academy in 201213

Evan Jones

Freshman • 5-4 • All-Around Stoneham, Mass.

Prior to Navy: • Competed at Gymnastics and More in Woburn, Mass. under Mitko Lountchev. • Helped Gym and More to 2nd place finishes all four years at New England Regional Championship. • Competed nationally in meets in Cincinnati, Las Vegas and Knoxville. • Named USA Gymnastics Academic All-American all four years of high school (2010-’13) Personal: • Son of Mark and Susan • Teammate of Wayne Saya, USNA ‘17, at Gymnastics And More • Participated in the National Honor Society and Environmental Club at Reading Memorial High School

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Wyatt Lapointe

Freshman • 5-10 • All-Around Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Prior to Navy: • Competed at Artistic Sports Academy Plus in Harrisburg, Pa. under the coaching of Barry Mattern and Travis Shelton • Won All-Around, Pommel Horse, Rings, and Vault events at 2013 Pennsylvania State Championships (Level 10) • Participated in the Level 10 Team State Championships with ASAP • A five-time National Qualifier from 2008-13 • 2013 Pennsylvania Most Outstanding Senior Award recipient • Named USA Gymnastics Academic All-American from 2009-13 Personal: • Son of Gary and Judy

Wayne Saya

Jonny Tang

Freshman • 5-7 • All-Around Malvern, Pa.

Prior to Navy: • Competed at the Montgomery County Sports Performance Center, Pancott Gymnastics Center and Upper Merion Dance & Gymnastics • 2013 Men’s U.S. Junior Olympics National Champion on the high bar • Medaled at the 2010 U.S. Junior Olympic Nationals in floor exercise. Finished second amongst the Level 9 field • Was the 2012 Pennsylvania State All-Around Champion (Level 10). Took gold in floor, vault, parallel bars and high bars. Silver on rings • Won the 2013 Pennsylvania State team title with Montgomery County • A six-time Junior Olympics National Qualifier from 2008-13 • Named USA Gymnastics Academic All-American from 2009-13 Personal: • Son of Ralph and Cindy • Born in Lexington, Ky., calls Malvern, Pa. home • Member of the National Honor Society, choir, concert and jazz bands at Great Valley High School • Named to Great Valley’s Distinguished Honor Roll, 2009-12, and recognized as a Student Achiever in 2009 (One of only three freshmen to do so) • Lists basketball, video games, card tricks and chess as hobbies • Also able to juggle, breakdance and shoot double expert in pistol and rifle

Freshman • 5-10 • All-Around Nashua, N.H. • Born in North Carolina, raised in Mechanicsburg, Pa. • Teammate of Eric Poletti, USNA ‘16 at Artistic Sports Academy Plus • Lists golf, hiking, skiing and video games as hobbies Prior to Navy: • Competed at Gymnastics and More in Woburn, Mass. under Mitko Lountchev. • Helped Gym and More to 2nd place finishes all four years at New England Regional Championship. • Junior Olympic National Qualifier in 2008, 2009 and 2013. Personal: • Son of Wayne, Sr. and Nancy • Teammate of Evan Jones, USNA ‘17, at Gymnastics And More • Enjoys snowboarding, shooting, playing golf, watching Boston sports and spending time with family and friends in his free time.

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2013 Meet-By-Meet Results DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V PB HB AA Jan. 19 Navy Open 398.8 63.85 64.9 68.05 68.85 65.55 67.6 4th of 5 teams Junghans - 13.95 Junghans - 13.8 Goodell - 13.95 Viscardi - 14.4 Junghans - 13.75 Steves - 13.9 Junghans - 81.7 Moses - 13.0 Morrison - 12.95 Steves - 13.95 Junghans - 13.95 Larios - 13.6 Goodell - 13.8 Goodell - 78.75 Goodell - 12.85 Westrick - 12.95 Gong - 13.75 Gong - 13.95 Goodell - 13.2 Potts - 13.7 Viscardi - 77.55 Morrison - 12.6 Gonzales - 12.9 Junghans - 13.2 Steves - 13.75 Poletti - 13.0 Poletti - 13.65 DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V PB HB AA Jan. 27 William & Mary 398.45 67.35 62.75 68.7 69.9 64.9 64.85 L, 412.85-398.45 Junghans-14.05 Morrison-13.7 Steves-13.9 Viscardi-14.4 Larios-13.55 Junghans-13.25 Junghans-80.55 Viscardi - 13.7 Junghans-13.25 Junghans-13.8 Goodell-14.05 Steves-13.2 Carson-13.2 Goodell-77.7 Morrison - 13.45 Goodell-12.3 Gong-13.75 Sauers-14.05 Westrick-12.8 Goodell-13.1 Sauers - 13.15 Westrick-11.9 Goodell-13.75 Moses-13.9 Junghans-12.7 Potts-12.7 DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V PB HB AA Feb. 1 West Point Open 398.15 67.3 65.5 67.95 68.3 64.85 64.25 5th of 7 teams Junghans-13.9 Junghans-14.0 Goodell-13.9 Sauers-13.9 Larios-13.7 Carson-13.45 Junghans-80.9 Morrison-13.7 Goodell-13.3 Steves-13.8 Gong-13.75 Westrick-13.3 Junghans-13.15 Moses-13.45 Potts-13.0 Junghans-13.65 Viscardi-13.65 Poletti-13.0 Goodell-13.0 Viscardi-13.25 Morrison-12.75 Gong-13.5 Junghans-13.5 Junghans-12.7 Poletti-12.4 Moses-13.5 DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V PB HB AA Feb. 16 All-Academy Champs. 407.3 70.55 64.6 69.55 68.95 67.55 66.1 3rd of 3 teams Viscardi-14.3 Junghans-14.05 Steves-14.2 Sauers-14.5 Goodell-13.75 Poletti-13.85 Junghans-81.65 Moses-14.2 Morrison-13.7 Goodell-14.05 Viscardi-14.35 Larios-13.55 Carson-13.6 Junghans-14.05 Potts-12.8 Viscardi-13.8 Larios-13.65 Junghans-13.45 Junghans-13.25 Larios-14.0 Westrick-12.8 Gong-13.75 Gong-13.35 Westrick-13.4 Goodell-12.85 Sauers-14.0 Junghans-13.75 DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V Feb. 23 Army - Star Meet 407.05 69.35 66.95 66.45 71.45 L, 414.0-407.05 Viscardi-14.35 Junghans-14.25 Junghans-13.45 Larios-14.9 Larios-14.05 Goodell-13.65 Goodell-13.3 Viscardi-14.5 Morrison-13.85 Potts-13.45 Poletti-13.3 Sauers-14.4 Junghans-13.6 Westrick-13.05 Viscardi-13.3 Moses-13.85

PB HB AA 67.7 65.15 Junghans-14.3 Poletti-13.3 Junghans-82.55 Larios-13.7 Junghans-13.15 Westrick-13.45 Potts-13.05 Goodell-13.2 Goodell-13.0

DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V PB HB AA March 9 William & Mary 407.05 68.15 66.5 70.4 70.1 66.8 65.1 L, 420.5-407.05 Viscardi-14.2 Junghans-14.2 Goodell-14.4 Viscardi-14.75 Larios-13.75 Potts-13.9 Junghans-81.5 Junghans-14.15 Potts-13.4 Viscardi-14.25 Sauers-14.6 Junghans-13.65 Carson-13.6 Sauers-13.75 Morrison-13.2 Junghans-14.15 Larios-14.25 Sauers-13.4 Goodell-13.2 Larios-13.05 Westrick-13.2 Gong-13.8 Junghans-13.5 Westrick-13.4 Poletti-12.55 Poletti-13.8 DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V PB HB AA March 16 at William & Mary 401.65 68.05 65.2 68.7 70.65 63.8 65.25 L, 417.05-401.65 Junghans-14.1 Morrison-13.7 Goodell-14.45 Larios-14.4 Potts-13.15 Poletti-13.85 Junghans-78.95 Viscardi-13.9 Potts-13.35 Poletti-14.15 Viscardi-14.3 Junghans-13.0 Potts-13.85 Larios-13.5 Westrick-13.1 Gong-13.9 Sauers-14.15 Goodell-12.95 Goodell-13.55 Morrison-13.4 Junghans-12.6 Viscardi-13.9 Steves-14.1 Larios-12.4 Junghans-13.25 DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V PB HB AA March 23 vs. Temple, Army 405.00 69.85 65.0 67.75 71.1 65.15 66.15 Defeated Army Junghans-14.2 Junghans-14.2 Goodell-14.35 Viscardi-14.7 Junghans-13.6 Junghans-13.6 Junghans-81.65 Lost to Temple Viscardi-14.1 Morrison-13.6 Gong-13.95 Larios-14.45 Larios-13.55 Poletti-13.35 Larios-13.95 Goodell-12.4 Viscardi-13.7 Steves-14.4 Sauers-13.05 Potts-13.3 Moses-13.9 Potts-12.4 Poletti-13.45 Gong-13.8 Potts-12.95 Westrick-13.0 Morrison-13.7 Westrick-12.4 Junghans-12.3 Junghans-13.75 Goodell-12.0 Goodell-12.9 DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V PB HB AA March 29-30 USAG, Team & AA 404.6 66.35 65.1 69.65 69.9 67.0 66.6 Third in the varsity divsioin Larios-13.6 Junghans-13.75 Goodell-14.4 Larios-14.5 Larios-13.8 Potts-14.05 Junghans-81.25 Morrison-13.5 Potts-13.75 Junghans-14.15 Steves-14.3 Junghans-13.5 Goodell-13.9 Moses-13.4 Westrick-13.2 Gong-13.8 Viscardi-14.1 Potts-13.4 Junghans-13.75 Viscardi-13.15 Goodell-12.5 Poletti-13.8 Gong-13.6 Goodell-13.2 Poletti-13.5 Junghans-12.7 Morrison-11.9 Viscardi-13.5 Junghans-13.4 Westrick-13.1 Westrick-11.4 DATE MEET/OPPONENT SCORE FX PH SR V April 6-7 ECAC, Team & AA 400.350 67.0 63.55 67.8 71.0 Sixth Viscardi-13.9 Junghans-13.8 Goodell-14.4 Larios-15.2 Junghans-13.4 Potts-12.9 Viscardi-13.9 Steves-14.8 Moses-13.4 Morrison-12.6 Steves-13.8 Viscardi-14.2 Morrison-13.3 Westrick-12.5 Gong-13.7 Junghans/Gong-13.4

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PB HB AA 65.3 65.7 Potts-13.5 Junghans-13.85 Junghans-81.55 Goodell-13.4 Goodell-13.85 Junghans-13.0 Potts-13.05 Westrick/Goodell-12.7 Carson-12.55


2014 NAVY GYMNASTICS Name A Years Adamson, Frank 1927-29 Addoms, A.H. 1913-14 Adkisson, Gregory 1972-74 Akeroyd, R.G. 1933 Ames, Stephen 1984-86 Antoine, Edan 1991-92 Armstrong, L.V. 1915 Arnold, John 1961 Arnold, Steven 1955-56 Arnold, William 1954-55 Arrington, Farlin 1965-66 Ash, Michael 1970-71 Atzenbeck, Joseph 2006-09 Name B Years Bacon, F.W. 1946-47 Bailey, Eugene 1992-93 Bailey, Robert 1970 Baker, Eric 1981-83 Ballister, Christopher 1980-82 Barclay, K.J. 1933 Barker, Drew 2001-04 Barret, M.C. 1920 Bartlett, Douglas 1977-79 Bass, Raymond 1930-31 Bassett, L.F. 1939-40 Bastian, Kenneth 1985 Bates, P.M. 1910-11 Bauer, Kevin 1995-98 Beaman, C.R. 1935 Beaudette, Matthew 2005 Beck, Donald 1949, 51 Belesimo, Thomas 1984-87 Bemis, E.G. 1993, 35 Benson, F.W. 1916-17 Benson, John 1978 Berwind, C.G. 1914-16 Billingsley, P.P. 1946-48 Blackman, Josh 2002-05 Blackman, Sean 2004-07 Blanding, Robert 1952 Blandy, W.P. 1946-47 Blattman, W.C. 1941-42 Bonnett, Timothy 1981 Bortz, John 1957 Bourgeois, Nicholas 2006 Bourke, Donald 1954-55 Bowdoin, James 1976 Bowen, William 1963 Bowers, Robert 1957 Bowlin, Randall 1998 Boyd, W.W. 1935-36 Brading, Joseph 2000-01 Bradley, Frank 1991 Brady, David 1975-76 Bramlett, William 1968 Brand, R.C. 1943 Brandt, R. 1945-46 Branson, Harry 1960 Brinkley, William 1963 Brittan, T.H. 1933 Brown, Jimmy 1959 Bruce, Scott 1979 Bryan, W.C. 1938-40 Burgess, Mark 1987-90 Burke, Sidney 1949-51 Bustle, Lawrence 1957 Butler, Tobin 1994 Butler, W.M. 1938-40 Butner, J.G. 1943 Butterfield, David 1956-57

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

Buttner, Helmut Buzzell, Carlisle Byerly, Robert Byrd, R.E.

1992 1949-51 1964-66 1910-11

Name C Years Cammack, D.W. 1947 Campbell, W.E. 1944-45 Carlile, W.K. 1945-46 Carter, Jason 1988-90 Carwin, Paul 1959-60 Castellanos, George 1950 Chamberlin, Philip 1959 Chambers, William 1951-53 Charneco, Carlos 1956 Chertavian, Vahan 1978 Chombeau, Jon-Michael 2007-08 Chudzik, Donald 1993 Clark, G.W. 1915-17 Clark, P.M. 1922-24 Clark, R.W. 1910 Cochran, Gregory 2002 Coggan, David 1975-76 Cohen, M.Y. 1911 Cole, H. 1941 Comp, C.O. 1920, 22 Connolly, T.F. 1933 Cook, Brandon 2005-08 Cooksey, Clifton 1974-76 Cooper, M.C. 1912-13 Cooper, Matthew 1957-58 Corby, Albert 1927 Corkran, R.L. 1941 Cory, T.A. 1920-22 Costello, J.D. 1947 Councill, H.F. 1915-17 Cover, Jeff 1976-78 Cox, D.W. 1941-42 Cox, Robert 1985-88 Crater, Ray 1951-53 Crews, Alvan 1950 Crist, M.P. 1918 Cromer, Donald 1959 Cronin, Patrick 1987-88 Cronk, Philip 1953-54 Crump, Donald 1977-80 Cruse, J.H. 1935-37 Cryan, J.J. 1943 Curtze, C.A. 1933 Name D Years Dana, R.B. 1943, 45 Dancy, J.R. 1922-23 Danis, A.L. 1921-22 Davidson, Ricky 1958 Davis, D.J. 1942 Davis, G.C. 1941 Davis, L.P. 1940-41 Davis, Michael 1976-79 Davis, S. 1944 Day, Patrick 1961-63 Day, W.O. 1945-46 Dean, Jeffrey 1999-02 DeCamp, L.E. 1936-38 Delesie, Stephen 1965-67 DeMers, William 1949-50 Denton, W.T. 1933 DeRose, Phillip 1974-75 Dinwiddie, J.M. 1943-44 DiTullio, Peter 1980-83

DiVito, Ralph Dixon, Daniel Dixon, Dominic Doby, Herbert Dougherty, F.S. Doyle, Joe Doyle, Gerry Dugan, P.F. Dunning, R.A. Dunwoody, K.W. Durham, R.L. Durham, Wayne Duval, Joseph

1983 1980-83 1982 1955-57 1944-45 1979 1984 1922 1944-45 1947-48 1924 1964-65 1929

Glasgow, Richard 1999-02 Glover, William 1954 Godfrey, James 2007-09 Gompf, Benjamin 1998, 00 Gong, Josh 2013-SA Goodell, Thomas 2012-SA Gornik, R.I. 1948 Graf, Frederic 1951-53 Grant, M.A. 1933 Grayson, Roy 1947-49 Greeley, Michael 1951-53 Greene, John 1947-49 Griffin, Bruce 1972, 74 Griffith, Calvin 1972-73 Groner, W.T. 1936 Name E Years Guenther, Michael 1979, 81-82 Easterbrook, L.J. 1939-41 Eby, Ronald 1969 Edwards, J.B. 1919 Name H Years Eissing, Frank 1962-63 Hadler, J.B. 1941 Elinski, Michael 1955 Hale, S.G. 1941-42 Ellis, A.B. 1942 Hales, R.S. 1919-21 Ellison, S.E. 1938-40 Hall, Frank 1974-75 Embree, R.A. 1935 Hall, William 1953 Emery, Terry 1957 Halling, Dale 1980-83 Eppes, M.H. 1935 Hamblet, William 1984-87 Eriksen, Michael 1978-79 Hamman, Jeff 1982-85 Errickson, Wayne 1966-68 Hammann, R.K. 1947 Hammer, Richard 1968 Hammond, Robert 1977 Name F Years Hanle, Arlen 1993-96 Fahy, E.J. 1933 Hanson, Kevin 1993 Fairchild, Chauncey 1958-59 Haran, Gerald 1987-90 Fallon, E.N. 1916 Hardison, O.B. 1914-16 Farrell, Charles 1961 Hardy, D.J. 1939 Farris, F.E. 1943-44 Haring, Peter 1968-70 Faulk, Andrew 2009-SA Harnly, Harold 1927 Feeney, V.J. 1946 Harris, R.E. 1940 Fenn, R.W. 1946 Harrison, David 1974-75 Ferguson, Thomas 1986-88 Hart, P.H. 1935-37 Fernald, F.S. 1933 Hatch, W.G.B. 1912-13 Ferris, David 2008 Hatstat, Gregory 1972 Fesnak, Jason 1996-98 Hecker, G.M. 1944 Finnegan, Daniel 1999-02 Helchinger, Andreas 1999-02 Fiori, Mark 1987-90 Helchinger, Franz 1993-96 Flannery, Robert 1995-98 Henry, W.O. 1911 Fletcher, W.B. 1919-20 Herlong, D.W. 1943 Flint, Daniel 1983-84 Herr, William 1976 Flood, Michael 1986 Hess, Randall 1971-73 Ford, Pat 1956 Hitt, David 1985-86 Forest, F.X. 1924 Hockycko, Kenneth 1997-00 Fortson, T.E. 1945 Hoerner, Frederick 1954-56 Frabotta, Frank 1970 Hoersten, Alex 2012 Freeman, E.W. 1945-47 Hoffman, G.L. 1945-48 Freeman, M.B. 1935 Hollenbach, Richard 1954 Friel, Patrick 1980-81 Holte, Carl 1983-85 Fritz, Ty 2006-08 Hooper, Barry 1964 Fryer, W.S. 1944-45 Hopkins, E.S. 1940-41 Hough, J.B. 1941 Houston, Guy 1958 Name G Years Howard, William 1925 Galbraith, William 1929 Huber, David 1997-99 Gallagher, Gerald 1967-69 Hudson, Bobby 1979-80 Gannon, Joseph 1987-88, 90 Hudson, James 1949-50 Garvin, J.B. 1937 Hughes, Thomas 1927-28 Gaske, Marvin 1949 Hull, C.T. 1911-12 Gentile, David 1965-67 Hulme, Nelson 1959-61 Gerhardt, Michael 1983-84 Hunter, Don 1962 Getzlaff, Darryll 1970-72 Hutcheson, James 1961-63 Giddens, Robert 1961-63 Gillette, N.C. 1910, 12-13 Ginder, J.K.B. 1923 Glaeser, Frederick 1965

Name I Years Iarcz, Peter 1981 Ingram, Aaron 2009-12 Irish, George 1949-50 Name J Years Jackson, G.M. 1918 Jacobsen, David 1972-74 James, Trey 2008-09 Jett, Charles 1930 Johnson, A.B. 1939 Johnson, David 1986-87 Jones, H.K. 1920 Jones, Herman 1947-49 Jones, J.B. 1946 Jones, Kirby 2009 Jones, Mark 1987-88 Jones, Robert 1963-64 Julian, A. 1943-44 Junghans, Chris 2011-SA Name K Years Kays, J.C. 1947-48 Kelly, William 1963 Kenlin, Alfred 1963 Kennington, William 1981-82 Kieffer, H.M. 1909-11 Kimball, E.A. 1914 Kimmel, Leigh 1957-58 King, Bill 1931 Kingsbury, E.J. 1945 Klein, Fred 1970-71 Klotz, Steven 1968-70 Knettles, Charles 1955-56 Koch, James 1961-62 Kolstad, R.E. 1943 Korzinek, Charles 1956 Kosinski, Brian 1980 Kramer, Joseph 2010 Kronzer, William 1956-57 Krueger, Bruce 1960-61 Kubal, George 1950-52 Kunkle, R.D. 1935 Kurtz, L.A. 1942 Name L Years Lahodney, W.J. 1914 Lambright, Joseph 1973-75 LaMont, W.D. 1907-08, 10 LaMotte, R.S. 1914-15 Landis, A. 1912 Lang, A.G. 1947 Langley, Peter 2001, 03-04 Lanzer, Francis 1971, 73 Larios, Mitchell 2013-SA Lassonde, Ian 2010 Latta, Gregory 1979-80 Lee, John 1930 Lee, Ken 2006-09 Leonard, Rex 1956-57 Leverett, Travis 1932 Levin, Richard 1927 Levy, Daniel 1998-00 Levy, Joshua 1992-95 Lewis, Harold 1951-53 Leyshon, Curt 1989-91 Lindley, Charles 1948-50 Link, E.M. 1936 Lockwood, Robert 1929-31

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2014 NAVY GYMNASTICS Lohse, James 1966 Lomax, F.S. 1939-40 Lombard, B.R. 1911 Lombard, Peter 1995-98 Long, Jay 1967-68 Lotze, Gregory 1996 Lyle, C.H. 1914-15 Lynn 1909 Name M Years Machell, Reginald 1948-49 Mackey, Robert 1968-70 Madalo, Michael 1962 Magee, Edward 1985-87 Mahan, Richard 1964 Maiden, Joseph 1961 Maloney, Brian 1985 Mararac, Nicholas 2007 Marshall, Joseph 1959-61 Martin, David 1964 Martin, W.P. 1918 Mason, C.P. 1941 Mason, L.Y. 1918-19 Matthias, Matthew 1995 Matthys. Mark 1991-92 McCabe, H.V. 1907-08 McCracken, William 1992, 94-95 McElroy, Guy 1953-54 McFarlane, Robert 1958-59 McGough, H.N. 1943 McNeely, James 1951 McNutt, Kenneth 1956-58 Means, Jeffrey 1978-81 Meek, Calvin 1967 Meginniss, W.M. 1946 Mehlmann, Rich 2007-08 Meldrum, Duncan 1971 Melichar, Brad 1999 Menk, D.E. 1945-46 Merrill, R.T. 1911 Metcalf, John 1947-49 Midgarden, Peter 1958 Milchanowski, Michael 1967-69 Miles, John 1969 Miller, Allen 1960 Miller, E.K. 1938 Moffett, George 1947-49 Moorman, R. 1944 Moran, Steven 1979-81 Morgan, John 1957-59 Morris, Larry 1965-67 Morrison, Eric 2013-SA Morrow, R.C. 1947-48 Moses, Jacob 2013-SA Moses, Kenneth 1955 Mount, Daniel 1976-77 Mouton, E.E. 1945 Munger, Burton 1953-55 Munger, Malcolm 1932 Munoz, Ryan 2003-05 Munro, Alexander 1963-64 Murphy, Richard 1962-64 Musser, Michael 1977 Name N Years Nall, Stanford 1950-51 Newton, Walter 1965-67 Nicholson, C.A. 1918 Nickerson, Josh 2007 Nicolin, Kevin 1969 Nold, G.E. 1919-20, 22

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

Norby, Merlin North, Stephen Northam, Thomas Norvell, William Nuessle, Francis Nurminen, Kyle

1953 1993 1956 1931 1931-32 1995

Name O Years Ogunwole, Babatunde 1998 Olah, A. 1937 O’Leary, Charles 1963 Olsen, William 1966 Olson, Isaac 2006-08 O’Malia, Robert 1952-54 Oseth, J.M. 1936 Oshiro, Neal 1967 Oswald, Louis 1970-71 Owens, Gregg 1966-67 Name P Years Page, H.G. 1924 Palmer, George 1929-30 Parker, J.M. 1942-43 Parker, James 1991-94 Parker, Robert 1931 Parker, Stephen 1988-91 Parks, John 2011-SA Parrott, Dylan 2008-11 Peace, T.L. 1945 Pearson, J.B. 1920-23 Perreault, Seraphin 1929 Perry, Gilbert 1960-61 Peter, Kenneth 1993-95 Peterman, Ben 2003-06 Petrie, Jeffrey 1986, 88-89 Pettus, Gordon 1965-67 Pew, A.E. 1919 Pfingstag, William 1960-62 Phemister, Larry 1960 Pierce, Craig 1971 Pitt, W.R. 1944-46 Poletti, Eric 2013-SA Potts, Andrew 2013-SA Powley, Curtis 1973-74 Precht, Phillip 1966-67 Pritchard, Brian 1994-95 Pugin, W.N. 1941 Name Q Years Quartararo, Michael 1950-52 Quinlan, E.H. 1913 Quinn, Brian 2009-10 Quinn, J.S. 1946 Name R Years Rafferty, W.V. 1943 Ramirez de Arellano, M.F. 1935 Rank, Joseph 1989 Rankin, B.H. 1943-44 Ransom, C.E. 1946-48 Ratts, James 1972-73 Raymer, J.H. 1937-38 Reddix, Mason 1974-76 Reed, Leonard 1988-90 Refo, M.P. 1909 Regelin, Grant 2003-06 Rhoads, Norwood 1932 Richardson, G.F. 1937-38 Riddell, Robert 1959

Rightmire, James Rigler, F.V. Rinker, Ronald Robertson, A.C. Robinson, Paul Rogers, J.P. Rudko, David Russell, Walter Ryan, Walter Ryder, J.F. Ryerson, Bobby

1970-71 1923 1965 1937 1964-65 1946, 48 1991-92 1953 1958 1936 2009

Name S Years Sanders, David 1975-77 Sanders, S. 1923-24 Sarno, Anthony 1966 Sauers, Jeff 2012 Sawyer, W.T. 1938-39 Schanze, A.K. 1907 Schempp, L.F. 1946 Schenker, Marvin 1947-50 Schmitt, Thomas 1986, 88 Schmitz, Nicholas 2006 Schmohr, Gary 1971 Schneider, Robert 1948-50 Schock, L.L. 1935 Searles, T.M. 1943 Seitz, T.H. 1937 Shafer, Jeremiah 1996 Shaffer, John 1930 Sharer, W.A. 1937-38 Sharp, G.F. 1939 Shepherd, Douglas 1977-79 Sheppard, Furman 1958-59 Shimp, David 1973 Shipley, Mitchell 1978-79 Shively, R.M. 1944 Shrewsbury, Lawrence 1953 Shuman, Edwin 1952-54 Siebe, Alan 1965 Silver, Lawrence 1962-64 Silverman, S. 1921 Simmons, W.F. 1924 Simonds, B.T. 1940-41 Simpson, J.J. 1945 Simpson, J.W. 1936-37 Sink, Erik 2008 Sisler, V.A. 1935 Skelly, John 1990-93 Skinner, H.G. 1911, 13 Slattery, Michael 1966, 68 Slattery, Patrick 1968 Sloat, Gordon 1965, 67 Sloat, James 1960-62 Small, J.D. 1915 Smith, F.J. 1945-46 Smith, J.A. 1944-45 Smith, Richard 1973-76 Smith, Richard 1927 Snay, Francis 1960-61 Sneddon, David 1981-83 Sneddon, Paul 1983-84 Soltys, Mitchel 1953-54 Sowell, J.C. 1924 Sowell, Jesse 1924 Spalding, Bruce 1971-72 Spangler, E.H. 1944 Sparks, Paul 1958-60 Sparks, Walter 1974-76 Stahura, John 1973-76 Stanton, Adam 2006-09 Stefan, K.H. 1940

Steidle, Craig Steiner, William Stelter, Frederick Steves, Joshua Stewart, William Stickles, A.L. Stim, Jeffrey Stimson, R.D. Stone, L.J. Strang, C.J. Strauss, Lance Stroup, P.D. Stucky, Michael Sugg, Dale Swanson, Eric Sweetman, W.T. Switzer, David Sylvester, H.T.

1966-68 1928-30 1954 2013-SA 1930 1943 1991-92 1923 1933 1918-21 1973 1923 1993 1972 1971-73 1945 1970 1922-24

Name T Years Tam, Christopher 2005-08 Tate, Thomas 1955 Taylor, G.E. 1922-23 Taylor, James 1925 Temple, Van Carlton 1960-61 Ten Eyck, J.C. 1919 Terry, J.H. 1935-36 Tetreault, Roger 1962-63 Tilton, William 1977-79 Tinkham, Brandon 2009-12 Topolewski, Daniel 1977 Trautmann, W.C. 1944 Truax, W.D.B. 1923-24 Truxal, William 1976 Tucker, Matthew 1994-97 Tuma, David 1964 Tune, Cecil 1961-62 Name U Years Urbina, Steven 1984-86 Name V Years Varnum, A.M. 1939-40 Vaughan, B.D. 1942-43 Vieira, Sean 1994-97 Viscardi, Eric 2012-SA Vogelgesang, David 2003-04 Name W Years Waddell, W.W. 1910 Waddington, H.A. 1907-08 Wagner, T.A. 1944 Wainwright, Stanley 1959 Waldron, Grant 2008 Walker, W. 1938-40 Walker, W.J. 1938-39 Waller, J.R. 1924 Wanner, Terry 1967-69 Ward, H.H. 1942 Watson, R.H. 1943-44 Wdowiarz, Peter 1974-77 Weddell, W.M. 1909 Weir, Wayne 1982 Westrick, Connor 2013-SA Wheatley, Gary 1958-59 Wheelock, A.W. 1923-24 White, Cyril 1949 White, Laurence 1955-56 Willet, Nicholas 1999-02

Williams, Jody Williams, Matthew Williams, Phillip Williams, R.C. Williams, Theodore Wills, Wayne Wilson, J.V. Wilson, W.D. Winner, C.D. Wiseman, Charles Wolfe, B.M. Wolfe, James Wolke, Victor Wood, J.E.M. Woodside, E.L. Wootten, Carl Worthington, John Worthington, R.K. Wotherspoon, A.S.

1992-95 1997 1971 1908 1958 1955-56 1939 1908 1941 1952 1938 1991 1952-53 1923 1911 1956 1970-72 1938 1915

Name Y Years Yockey, John 1974-75 Young, Glenn 1989-90 Name Z Years Zacharias, E.M. 1910-12 Zalik, Austin 2010-12 Zaun, Jeffrey 1981-84 Zeddies, Armand 1964-66 Zipf, Otto 1955


2014 NAVY GYMNASTICS

All-Americans, National Champions

Navy All-Americans (Alphabetical) Blattman, William (1942 - high bar) Butler, Bill (1940 - flying rings) Burke, Sydney (1951 - rope climb) Cox, Dale (1942 - rope climb) Davis, G.C. (1942 - rope climb) Davis, Louis (1940 - rope climb) Doby, Herbert (1956 - rope climb) Ellison, Stan (1940 - rope climb) Emery, Terry (1957 - flying rings) Graf, Frederic (1953 - tumbling) Hoerner, Fredrick (1956 - flying rings) Hoffman, George (1948 - rope climb) Hulme, Nelson (1960 - rope climb; 1961 - rope climb) Lewis, Harold (1951 - high bar & flying rings; 1953 - high bar) Lomax, F.S. (1940 - tumbling) Marshall, Joseph (1961 - tumbling) McNutt, Kenneth (1957 - parallel bars) Nall, Stanford (1951 - rope climb) Parker, Jim (1942 - flying rings) Pfingstag, William (1960 - rope climb; 1962 - rope climb) Quartararo, Michael (1952 - parallel bars) Schenker, Marvin (1948 - rope climb; 1950 - rope climb) Shepphard, Furman (1957 - side horse; 1958 - side horse) Simonds, Bruce (1940 - parallel bars) Snay, Frank (1961 - flying rings) Stefan, Karl (1940 - rope climb) Swanson, Eric (1972 - pommel horse; 1973 - pommel horse) Temple, Van Carlton (1961 - flying rings) Walker, W. (1940 - rope climb) NCAA Champions 1940 Butler, William (flying rings) Ellison, Stan (rope climb) 1942 Cox, Dale (rope climb - tie) Davis, G.C. (rope climb - tie) Parker, Jim (flying rings) 1950 Schneider, Bob (flying rings) 1953 Lewis, Hal (high bar) 1956 Hoerner, Fred (flying rings) 1960 Hulme, Nelson (rope climb) 1961 Snay, Frank (flying rings)

ECAC/EIGL Champions 1927 Zitsweitz - tumbling Waterman - rope climb Newhart - all-around 1928 Thompson - side horse 1929 Adamson, Frank - side horse Galbraith, William - rope climb 1930 Hughes, Thomas - flying rings King, Bill - rope climb 1931 Bass, Raymond - rope climb 1932 Denton, W.T. - flying rings Connolly, T.F. - rope climb Curtze, C.A. - all-around, parallel bars Nuessie, Francis - side horse 1933 Curtze, C.A. - all-around, parallel bars Denton, W.T. - flying rings Connolly, T.F. - rope climb 1934 Bemis, E.G. - parallel bars 1935 Cruise, J.H. - rope climb Schock, L.L. - side horse Sisler, V.A. - flying rope 1938 Butler, William - flying rope DeCamp, L.E. - rope climb 1939 Butler, William - flying rope 1940 Butler, William - flying rope Ellison, Stan - rope climb 1942 Blattman, William - high bar Parker, Jim - flying rings 1944 Davis, S. - rope climb Julian, Alex - parallel bars Spangler, E.H. - high bar 1947 Hoffman, George - rope climb 1948 Schenker, Marvin - rope climb 1951 Graf, Frederick - tumbling Lewis, Harold - flying rings 1952 Quartararo, Michael - parallel bars 1953 Lewis, Harold - high bar 1955 Arnold, William - side horse White, Lawrence - flying rings

1956 Hoerner, Frederick - flying rings 1958 Sheppard, Furman - side horse 1959 Sheppard, Furman - side horse 1960 Marshall, Joseph - tumbling Hulme, Nelson - rope climb 1961 Hulme, Nelson - rope climb 1962 Pfingstag, William - rope cliomb Sloat, James - flying rings 1968 Long, Jay - side horse 1971 Worthington, John - side horse 1972 Worthington, John - side horse 1973 Swanson, Eric - pommel horse 1987 Belesimo, Thomas - high bar Cox, Robert - floor exercise Hamblet, William - pommel horse Haran, Gerald - all-around, parallel bars 1988 Ferguson, Thomas - still rings Haran, Gerald - all-around, high bar 1989 Haran, Gerald - parallel bars 1990 Carter, Jason - high bar 1991 Parker, James - parallel bars 1996 Flannery, Robert - parallel bars Tucker, Matthew - vault 1997 Flannery, Robert - parallel bars Tucker, Matthew - vault 2001 Glasgow, Richard - parallel bars 2007 Stanton, Andy - pommel horse 2008 Stanton, Andy - pommel horse 2009 Atzenbeck, Joseph - pommel horse, high bar Parrott, Dylan - all-around, floor exercise 2010 Parrott, Dylan - floor exercise 2011 Parrott, Dylan - floor exercise 2012 Faulk, Andrew - all-around, pommel horse, parallel bars, high bar

The above was compiled by Jerry Wright of the College Gymnastics Association

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2014 NAVY GYMNASTICS

Men’s Collegiate Championships

Men’s Gymnastics Championships

March 21 - 3 p.m. March 22 - 2 p.m.

March 28 - 4 p.m. March 29 - 2 p.m.

Both championships to be hosted by Navy and held at Macdonough Hall on the campus of the United States Naval Academy.

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