Gymnasts Fall To William & Mary

Senior Chase Brown

Senior Chase Brown

March 15, 2012

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Four Army gymnasts earned medalist honors, but it wasn't enough as the No. 14 Black Knights fell to No. 15 William & Mary, 329.6-322.2,Thursday evening.

Junior Garrek Hojan-Clark was first on pommel horse for the second straight time and fifth meet this season with a 14.8, and classmate Ikaika Jakub recorded a season-high 14.4 in winning vault.

Chase Brown was first on floor exercise for the third time in 2012 after earning a share of medalist honors with a 13.9, and freshman all-arounder Alex Ganz posted a 14.0 to tie for first on still rings.

"We had good performances tonight, but struggled in a few events," said Army head coach Doug Van Everen, "and we hope to do better on Saturday."

The Black Knights close out their regular-season schedule Saturday evening taking on host William & Mary along with Temple in a triangular meet.

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