Gymnastics

01/18/11 10:44am

Rough landing in Washington

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.
03/22/10 7:40am

Penn drops slim meet to Big Red

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.
03/18/10 9:39am
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.
03/01/10 10:38am

Season-high score results in bronze

Though the Ivy Classic remained close throughout its duration, ultimately the Quakers were forced to settle for the bronze for the third year in a row.
02/22/10 10:25am

With full roster, Quakers take third

Getting healthy was all it took for the Penn gymnastics team to have its best performance of the season. At the Shelli Calloway Invitational in Towson, Md., the Quakers recorded their highest score this season, with 186.4.
02/19/10 9:49am

Gymnasts recover from early injuries

With a complete lineup for the first time in months, the Red and Blue will travel to Towson, Md., for the Shelli Calloway Invitational, where they will take on the Tigers, Cornell, Temple, and Ursinus.
02/15/10 11:07am

Gymnasts fight injuries to take third

Boosted by the return of two injured gymnasts, the squad finished third against the University of Bridgeport, Brown and the Rhode Island Club Team.
02/11/10 8:48am
Penn was slated for a rematch with West Chester and Ursinus Wednesday, but the blizzard postponed and eventually canceled the meet.
02/08/10 9:44am

Penn takes bronze at Liberty Classic

Competing against four Pennsylvania opponents, the Quakers finished the night with a score of 181.200 — only 0.525 behind second-place finisher Ursinus.
01/15/10 10:05am

Bright futures for gymnastics freshmen

The gymnastics team anxiously awaits their first meet, unsure how they will perform with a new assistant coach, a host of injuries and eight freshmen.