Gymnastics Shines in Road Meet at Springfield
Led by Cole Casanova, the Army West Point gymnastics team defeated Springfield on the road Saturday, 395.050 - 388.050. Casanova championed the meet with a career-high 82.350 in the all-around. The fistie captain placed first in five of his six events today. Casanova garnered a career-high 82.350 in the meet. He championed five of his six events. As a team, the Black Knights posted a program record score on floor exercise today combining for a 69.650. Apart from the all-around, Casanova had career-highs in three events. The floor exercise gave Army a solid lead over the Pride. Casanova's career-high 14.250 paced Army, while Mathew Davis (14.100) and Erik Del Cid (13.800) and Elliott Herman (13.800) followed in second and third. Mitch McHugh (13.700) and Taka Giese (13.500) also competed on floor. Brandon Shively was the runner up on pommel horse with a 13.100. Matthew Martin was third with marks of 13.050. Elijah-Ty Phelps posted a career-high 12.700 on the apparatus today. Vault saw Casanova soar above the competition with a career-high 14.500. Alejandro Suarez registered a 14.000 to place third, it was a season-best. Read more.