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Gymnastics

03/25/12 11:33pm
Penn gymnastics won its first ECAC title since 2004 at the Palestra Saturday, beating Towson in the teams’ third meeting of the season.
03/23/12 12:05am
While the Red and Blue would like to bring home their first win at the meet since 2004, they’ll have to go through a Towson squad that has outperformed them on two separate occasions this year.
03/18/12 10:46pm

Gymnastics finishes 3rd in last quad meet

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.
03/12/12 1:10am

Career-highs not enought launch Quakers ahead of Bridgeport, Maryland

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.
02/26/12 11:37pm

Gymnastics repeats as Ivy champs

Gymnastics team repeated as Ivy Champs to win Penn’s first Ivy title of the 2011-2012 school year.
02/19/12 11:16pm

Penn tops 192 but finishes second

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.
02/17/12 3:01am

Penn gymnasts take on mighty Towson

Penn will compete at the Towson Invitational against Ivy rival Cornell, Ursinis and host Towson, which takes place in Towson, Md.
02/01/12 1:58am
The Quakers are off to their best start in eight years without their best gymnast at full strength.
01/24/12 10:49pm
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.
01/22/12 11:44pm

Penn gymnastics sneaks by Rutgers

The Quakers had their best performance since 2008 on the way to beating Rutgers.
01/16/12 9:55pm

Penn gymnastics places third at Lindsey Ferris Invitational

The Penn gymnastics team is starting its season on a high note, finishing third at the Lindsey Ferris Invitational Sunday in Washington, D.C.
04/21/11 5:11am
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.
04/04/11 5:06am

Bonincontri falls shy of advancing in NCAAs

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.
03/21/11 1:25am

Sophomore earns top ECAC honor

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.
02/28/11 5:16am

Gymnastics back on top

Sophomore Kirsten Strausbaugh and the Penn gymnastics team have finally reclaimed the Ivy Leage titles.
02/24/11 3:19am
As a young child watching the Olympics, sophomore Dana Bonincontri knew right away gymnastics was the sport for her.
02/10/11 5:15am

Gymnastics places first in quad-meet

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.
01/31/11 3:45am

Gymnastics tops Yale at Hutch

Penn led from start to finish at its dual meet Saturday against Yale, winning 187.200-181.000.
01/24/11 4:32am

Penn places third in N.J.

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.
01/18/11 5:44am

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.