The Quakers’ final score of 191.550 put them just a point shy of the second place finisher, George Washington, while host Towson was well ahead of the field with 194.800.
The Red and Blue finished with a score of 191.650, a total that is just a point less than their Ivy Classic-winning score from February 26. Bridgeport, a program ranked second among Division II teams, took second place in the tri-meet with a total score of 192.950, and host team Maryland was well ahead with 195.075.
Gymnastics team repeated as Ivy Champs to win Penn’s first Ivy title of the 2011-2012 school year.
On Saturday afternoon at the Shelli Calloway Memorial Towson Invitational in Maryland, the Quakers finished second at a four-team meet, scoring a 192.1, their second highest score of the season.
Penn will compete at the Towson Invitational against Ivy rival Cornell, Ursinis and host Towson, which takes place in Towson, Md.
The Quakers are off to their best start in eight years without their best gymnast at full strength.
A first-year environmental studies major, Allan has launched an eco-blog, a website on sustainability and most recently, a social media consulting firm for environmental non-profit organizations.
The Quakers had their best performance since 2008 on the way to beating Rutgers.
The Penn gymnastics team is starting its season on a high note, finishing third at the Lindsey Ferris Invitational Sunday in Washington, D.C.
Nastia Liukin's road to the podium was not easy, a story she told before a group of about 50 at Bodek Lounge Wednesday night.
Despite a career night for sophomore Dana Bonincontri, she fell just short of qualifying for the NCAA Championships at the Ann Arbor Regional on Saturday night.
After winning the all-around at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships Saturday, Penn sophomore Dana Bonincontri was named ECAC gymnastics Athlete of the Year.
Sophomore Kirsten Strausbaugh and the Penn gymnastics team have finally reclaimed the Ivy Leage titles.
As a young child watching the Olympics, sophomore Dana Bonincontri knew right away gymnastics was the sport for her.
The Red and Blue cruised past Ursinus, West Chester and Wilson in the home quad-meet with a score of 187.925 — five points more than any opponent.
Penn led from start to finish at its dual meet Saturday against Yale, winning 187.200-181.000.
After placing last at the Lindsey Ferris Invitational last week, the Quakers finished third Saturday at a quad meet, ahead of Brown and behind North Carolina and host Rutgers.
Sophomore Dana Bonincontri led the Quakers with a second-place performance on the uneven bars and third place in the all-around competition at the one-day invitational hosted by George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
The Penn gymnastics team came close to upsetting Cornell but couldn’t overcome the recently crowned Ivy League champion’s powerful presence in the floor competition.
The Red and Blue trounced the Golden Rams, finishing with a score of 189.950, while West Chester ended with a score of 182.300.