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Navy 2018

Annapolis, MD: The men just finished up their back-to-back weekends at the U.S. Naval Academy. We had five competitors represent TU on Saturday (Jan 27th); all of which are showing to be true team players. They have made the decision to train all-around rather than specialize to ensure Temple has as many scores as possible. Evan Salters performed his best rings routine to date and sealed the deal with a stuck landing. His feet did not budge after his handspring pike vault too. [click here to join our stick campaign] Salters was on his way to his finest parallel bars set, however he overcooked the double tuck dismount. Luckily we have three more meets this season. Both Jackson Heitland a

West Point 2018

DiBattista ranked 7th AA 15/19 hit sets from Temple Intense competition and good exposure! This weekend marked the 27th annual West Point Open at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. Six college teams were fielded and competed simultaneously, electrifying the whole arena. Sophomores Jackson Heitland and Evan Salters led by example to our newcomers Toby Warren (So.) and Nicolino DiBattista (Fr.), each of whom competed in a calm and focused manner. Temple began the competition on vault and immediately drilled out 4/4 hits. DiBattista perfomed a beautiful vault with 9.55 execution (3rd best execution among all teams). The top parallel bars performance was from our anchor, Eva

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