The Best Moments From The 2021 NCAA Division I Gymnastics Championship
Apr 19, 2021
The NCAA Championship was an exciting event this year, not the least because it was a comeback season after the 2020 season was canceled. This year’s competition field was incredibly tight, and to add on to the historic nature of this year’s competition, it aired on ESPN live for the first time. Additionally, the winner of this year capped off the historic year, with Michigan winning its first title in school history.
Six Finalists Named For The 2021 Nissen-Emery Award
Mar 29, 2021
The Nissen-Emery Award honors the senior collegiate gymnast who has established an exceptional achievement record during his college career. It is college gymnastics’ highest honor and has been presented annually to that year's outstanding senior collegiate gymnast.
Cameron Bock Hits Six For Six At 2021 Men's Winter Cup Competition
Mar 1, 2021
Cameron Bock, representing the University of Michigan, took first all-around in the senior men’s division, scoring an 84.150. His win was impressive, nearly an entire point ahead of second place. He was consistent on all six events, taking second on pommel horse and parallel bars.
Cameron Bock Takes 2021 Winter Cup Men's All-Around Title
Feb 27, 2021
INDIANAPOLIS - Feb. 26, 2021 - Cameron Bock of Tustin, Calif./University of Michigan, topped a field of 27 competitors to claim the 2021 Winter Cup men’s all-around title Friday at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Bock, who is in his senior season with the Wolverines, earned an 84.150 and finished nearly a full point ahead of runner-up Riley Loos of El Dorado Hills, Calif/Stanford University (83.250). World bronze medalist Yul Moldauer of Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics, rounded out the top three, posting an 82.600 on the night.
Michigan Gymnast Annie Maxim: The Power Of Proving Yourself
Dec 21, 2020
Senior Michigan gymnast Annie Maxim hasn’t had the typical college experience. Her story of landing the senior captain role is relatively unknown but I was lucky enough to catch up with Annie on her time in college gymnastics, transferring, the University of Michigan, being a leader, and her monumental comeback.
UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma & Denver Advance To 2019 NCAA Finals
Apr 20, 2019
After placing in the top two in their respective semifinals, UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma, and Denver have qualified to the first Four on the Floor NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship final. In semifinal I, UCLA finished in first with a 197.6750, and LSU finished in second with a 197.5125. In semifinal II, Oklahoma won with a 197.8500 while Denver came in second with a 197.0375.