Air Force to Compete at Two Meets in Two Days
Feb. 27, 2007
With back-to-back meets in two separate states, the Air Force men's gymnastics team jumps right into the month of March. The Falcons begin a hectic stretch of competition at the Peter Vidmar Invitational on Thursday, March 1, in
THE COMPETITION: The Peter Vidmar Invitational will feature Air Force, UCLA and Mountain Pacific Sports Federation foe Cal-Berkeley, while the Falcons will face
BUSY, BUSY, BUSY: Air Force welcomes the month of March in hurried fashion. In a span of just two days, the Falcons will take part in two competitions. Air Force will leave the Academy Wednesday, compete in
BACK IN ROTATION: Competing in his first meet in over a month, junior Greg Stine picked up a pair of top-10 finishes at the Pacific Coast Classic. Stine paced the Falcons with a seventh-place score of 8.800 on the floor. In his first competition since the Rocky Mountain Open, he tied for ninth on the still rings with a score of 8.200, while also competing on the vault (7.400) and high bar (7.550).
RECAPPING THE PACIFIC COAST CLASSIC: Greg Stine was one of five Falcons to earn top-10 marks, as Air Force finished second in the collegiate competition. Air Force compiled a team score of 183.800, which was the second-highest collegiate score of the meet.
GOOD, BETTER, BEST: Sophomore Jacob Schonig won the still rings event at the annual All-Academy Championships on Feb. 17. Scoring a career-best 9.100 on the event, the second-year gymnast bested the field by nearly a half-point, while improving his personal-best total on that event by .700. In addition, Schonig was one of just two gymnasts to clear the nine-point plateau on any event.
COMING UP: The Falcons finally leave the western side of the country next weekend and head to