Five members of the Maryland gymnastics team received National Association of Collegiate Gymnastic Coaches/Women (NACGC/W) Scholastic All-American honors, the association announced this week.
Hope all is well. It's been a great week for the Terps. Last Sunday was our end of the year banquet, and as a fifth year senior I would have to say it was the best yet saddest one for me. I am so proud of this team and all the accomplishments we've made together.
he end to another school year is right around the corner and everyone's been getting ready for finals week. However, the grind never stops and the Gymterps are still busy in the gym, taking advantage of the start of summer and getting new skills!
After a successful 2015 campaign, the Maryland gymnastics team celebrated the season and its accomplishments at the annual end-of-year team banquet on Sunday. Student-athletes, coaches and support staff gathered to commemorate the GymTerps' inaugural season in the Big Ten.
After a successful inaugural Big Ten campaign, the Maryland gymnastics team finished the 2015 season ranked No. 23 nationally in attendance.
The GymTerps have finished out competitive season with a bang. We qualified to Regionals with an season high in the 196 range.
The Gym Terps have had some time off from practice to give our bodies some time to rest and focus on schoolwork since the end of the semester is approaching very quickly.
Its been a full week since Regionals and we're still talking about how fun of a meet it was. We've been reflecting on the season, and I know the younger girls are so excited for next year already! As a senior, it has been bittersweet.
We are just coming of a HUGE competition for the Terps, but first, let me take you back to the beginning of the week and tell you how we prepared for it.
Leah Slobodin and Shannon Skochko led the Maryland gymnastics team en route to a third place finish at the Auburn NCAA Gymnastics Regional on Saturday. The third place finish marks the GymTerps highest NCAA finish since 2001, and the top regional finish under Brett Nelligan.
The Maryland gymnastics team continues its postseason run on Saturday, as they compete in the Auburn NCAA Gymnastics Regional. It marks the seventh consecutive NCAA appearance for the team and 21st overall in program history.
What an exciting week the GymTerps have ahead of us! We just came back from a full week of practice and are now preparing for NCAA regionals this weekend!! We haven't had a full week of practice since season started, so it's good to come back to the gym to fix and sharpen up our skills for this weekend.