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Keeping Everlastingly at it, Brings Success

Since the cut in 2014, Temple Men's Gymnastics was on its destined four-year decline of team size, morale, and performance; but after some extensive behind the scenes work, the Navy Open this past weekend marked a pivotal moment for the future of this program. Not only was this the first time in two years that Temple was able to field a full team in competition, but this group of Owls exhibited an important characteristic that we have not seen in a long time: purpose. As a former competitor on this team, I knew what that looked like and felt like, and I saw it again this past weekend. Collegiate gymnastics is so enticing and energetic because it is built around a group of individuals that

Temple is on the Upswing

West Point, NY: Seven members of the Temple Men's Gymnastics team competed in the team event at the 2019 West Point Open. The most noticeable detail about this squad is that it has doubled in size since the 2018 West Point Open! We were even fortunate enough to have an athletic trainer travel with us for the weekend, thanks to Temple Campus Recreation and Novacare. The WPO field featured six teams in total: Penn State, Navy, Army, William and Mary, Springfield, and Temple. The Owls were led off by MVP Toby Warren (Jr.) who set the pace for the meet with a hit set on parallel bars. Overall the team had a hit rate of 70%, and had 6 sticks; two of which were made by Ben Ewing on rings and v

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