The Army West Point Gymnastics team lit up the scoreboard on Saturday, posting its highest team score since the 2017 rule change in a 408.650-397.850 win over William & Mary.
The Black Knights posted season-bests in four out of six apparatuses, winning their second consecutive dual meet.
Mathew Davis posted career-highs on rings (14.300) and horizontal bar (14.100). Matt Martin added the top score in any event on the day, setting a new career mark on pommel horse with a 14.650. All five Cadets who competed on still rings set new career-best marks on the apparatus. Four of the five competitors on pommel also set career-highs.
Army will celebrate senior day next weekend when the team hosts Springfield and Temple at Gross Center. The team will honor its six firsties with a presentation at the meet. Army's 408.650 score is the program's best since the NCAA scoring change after the 2016 season. The total beats the previous mark of 405.85 against Navy in 2017. Read more.