Nov. 17, 2016
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- University of Michigan men's gymnastics coach Kurt Golder announced the addition of four incoming student-athletes Thursday (Nov. 17) in the likes of Cameron Bock (Tustin, Calif./SCATS), Anthony Tawfik (Mississauga, Ontario/Meadowvale's Futures), Jacob Moore (West Bloomfield, Mich./Twistars) and Nick Guy (Indianapolis, Ind./DeVeau's Gymnastics).
The class is hailed as the top recruiting class in the country, according to StickItMedia.
"This class isn't our biggest class, but it's the most talented class we have had in the past several years," Golder said. "The group features the top gymnast in the United States, the top gymnast from Canada, the top gymnast in Michigan and another talented gymnast that can round out our team for years to come."
2016 Junior Olympic National Championships: 1st-PB(T), HB; 3rd-AA, VT; 5th
2015 Junior Olympic National Championships: 1st-AA, PH, PB; 2nd-HB; 4th-FX; 5th-SR(T)
2015 P&G Championships: 7th-PH
West Bloomfield, Mich./Twistars
2016 P&G Championships: 4th-AA; 5th-FX, PH, PB
2016 Junior Olympic National Championships: 2nd-FX(T); 3rd-PH; 7th-AA
2015 P&G Championships: 7th-PB(T); 8th-PH(T); 9th-AA
Mississauga, Ontario/Futures Gymnastics
2016 Elite Canada Junior All-Around champion
2016 Pacific Rim Championships Team bronze medalist
2016 Pacific Rim Championship rings and high bar bronze medalist
2015 Canadian Provincial junior champion
Indianapolis, Ind./DeVeau's Gymnastics
2016 Circle of Stars: 1st-FX; 1st-VT; 13th-PB; 13th-AA
2015 Region V Championships: 1st-FX; 5th-VT; 12th-PB
2015 U.S. National Qualifier: 14th-AA
Michigan will open up the 2017 campaign on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 3 p.m. with the annual Maize & Blue Intrasquad meet from Cliff Keen Arena. Admission is free.
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