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Gymnasts of the Week – March 29-30, 2019


Gymnast of the Week awards are given by conference offices.

National

NCAA Gymnast and Rookie of the Week
Brody Malone - Stanford

Club Gymnast of the Week
Kiwan Watts - Arizona State



Big Ten Conference

Gymnast of the Week
Cameron Bock - Michigan
Earned three event titles against UIC last weekend
Finished first on pommel horse (13.900), high bar (13.600) and in the all-around (83.400)
Added fourth-place finishes on floor (13.950) and rings (14.000)
Collects his third Big Ten Gymnast of the Week this season and fourth of his career

Freshman of the Week
Kevin Penev - Michigan
Recorded two top-five finishes against UIC last weekend
Claimed third place (14.050) on floor and fourth (14.100) on vault
Earns his first Big Ten Freshman of the Week award



Eastern College Athletic Conference

Gymnast of the Week
Ryan McVay – Navy
McVay came in first place in the varsity division of the USAG Collegiate Championships last Friday. He won with a career-high score in the all-around competition with a 78.75. He ranked in the top-10 out of over 50 plus athletes in rings, parallel bars and high bar. On rings McVay would score a 13.0 and on the high bar a 12.1. On Friday he placed third in the parallel bars with a score of 13.5 and came in eight in the event on Saturdays finals with a 12.05. His other scores to round out his all-around career-high mark came with a 13.45 score on vault, 12.2 on pommel horse and a floor routine score of 13.5. The Sophomore player a key role in Navy winning the USAG Championship for the first time since 2008.

Specialist of the Week
Lucas Beltran – Navy
Beltran continued his outstanding Junior season helping Navy win the USAG Championship and qualifying himself for event finals on Saturday. On vault Beltran would score a 14.75 on Friday, the top score amongst the 57 competitors. He would score a 13.8 on floor to also qualify for the event final on Saturday. In the finals he would win the floor exercise event final with a score of 14.05. He would place third on vault with a mark of 14.45.

Rookie of the Week
Andrew Lyubovsky – William & Mary
Lyubovsky qualified for two event finals at the USAG National Championship. On Friday he scored a 13.85 on vault, 14.15 on high bar, 11.9 on floor and a 13.4 on parallel bars. His high bar score was the top score in preliminary’s and his parallel bars was the sixth best score. Both marks sent him to the finals on Saturday. On Saturday he would finish in fourth on the high bar with a score of 11.9 and claim bronze on the parallel bars with a score of 13.35.



Mountain Pacific Sports Federation

Gymnast of the Week
Brody Malone - Stanford
Malone (Summerville, GA) became just the second gymnast this year to record an all-around score of 85.000 or better, finishing with a mark of 85.250 to guide a 417.400-396.150 victory over No. 11 California (Mar. 30). Malone won the vault (14.650) and parallel bars (14.550) with career-bests, took first in high bar (14.050), and shared the floor title (14.300). He also managed a third-place finish in the pommel horse (career-best 13.900), and was fourth in still rings (13.800). With the five event titles, including his fourth all-around crown, Malone has now captured 13 event titles in his inaugural collegiate season. This is the third MPSF weekly award for Malone (Apr. 2, Feb. 5, Jan. 29).