Sophomore Abbie Epperson recorded a 9.850 in the uneven bars to lead the Maryland gymnastics team's representation at the NCAA Athens Regional at Stegeman Coliseum Saturday.
Six members of the Maryland gymnastics team will travel to Athens, Ga., to compete in the 2016 NCAA Regionals Saturday at 4 p.m.
18 student-athletes from the University of Maryland men's basketball, women's basketball, gymnastics and wrestling programs were named Big Ten Winter All-Academic selections in a release made by the conference offices Wednesday afternoon.
Six members of the Maryland gymnastics team earned bids to compete in the 2016 NCAA Regionals, as announced by the NCAA Monday. Senior Kathy Tang, junior Emily Brauckmuller, sophomores Abbie Epperson, Dominiquea Trotter and Evelyn Nee and freshman Macey Roberts will travel to the Athens Regional.
The Maryland gymnastics team posted its highest team score on floor of the season at the Big Ten Championships Saturday. The Terps finished fourth in the early session with a 194.025.
The Maryland gymnastics team travels to Lincoln, Neb., for the Big Ten Championships Saturday.
Incoming Maryland gymnastics freshman Kirsten Peterman was named to the Canadian National Team to participate at the 2016 Pacific Rim Championships this April, as announced by Gymnastics Canada Thursday.
Hi Terp Fans! The GymTerps spent the week preparing for B1G Fives, which was held in Columbus, Ohio. We had a full practice on Monday then had a rest day on Tuesday. Tuesday was a beautiful day so some of the GymTerps relaxed by soaking up some sun and playing volleyball on the quad. We were back in the gym on Wednesday and Thursday for team events. At Big Fives the team has to stand in a corral, so during team events we practiced cheering as it would be at Big Fives.
Senior Kathy Tang of the Maryland gymnastics teams was named Second Team All-Big Ten, as announced by the conference Monday.
Earning the Terps' highest beam score of the season, the Maryland gymnastics team earned a 195.500 at the B1G Five Meet Saturday.
When the GymTerps compete in the B1G Five Meet in Columbus, Ohio, it will be a familiar format as the squad is fresh off the Maryland Five Meet and a second place finish. Last week Maryland hosted Pittsburgh, Texas Woman's University, Yale and George Washington while honoring their seniors – Kathy Tang, Bailey Philbin and Alex Zimmermann – during their final meet at the XFINITY Center.
The Maryland gymnastics team travels to Columbus, Ohio, for the B1G Five Meet Saturday at 4 p.m.