Gymnastics Finishes Strong Against William & Mary
The Army West Point gymnastics team's .967 hit percentage led the Black Knights to a 398.300 – 391.750 victory over William & Mary on Saturday. The Cadets hit 29 of their 30 routines today as five individual career-high marks were captured. Cole Casanova was the top all-around competitor with an 81.550. He championed the vault and parallel bars. Casanova's 14.600 on vault was a career-high. Matthew Martin tied his career-best score on pommel horse (13.600) in the meet. In the final three events, Mathew Davis set new personal standards. The rookie produced a 14.000 on vault, 13.400 on parallel bars and a 13.300 on high bar. Davis was second in all-around today, turning out a 78.900. Erik Del Cid led the Black Knights on floor exercise and was second in the meet. Davis placed third with a 13.450 rating, while Elliott Herman was fourth (13.400). Martin's career-high 13.600 on pommel horse was the top score for the Cadets. He ranked second overall and was followed by Casnova who posted a 13.050. The Cadets' 64.450 was the second-best mark of the year. Davis scored the top mark for Army on still rings (13.850). Read more.