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Powerful Temple Hands Men's Gymnastics a Loss, 202.950 to 187.700

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – February 18, 2007 – Temple’s Sterling Kramer captured the all-around to lead his men’s gymnastics team to victory over Springfield College by a score of 202.950 to 187.700 this afternoon at SC’s Blake Arena.

A junior from Garwood, N.J., Kramer had a fine day for the Owls. Not only did he win the all-around with a score of 51.550, he also placed first in the parallel bars (8.750) and the high bar (8.600). In addition, he finished second in the still rings (8.950) and the vault (8.500). He also placed third in the pommel horse (8.000), and fourth in the floor exercise (8.750).

Also having an excellent day for the Owls was sophomore John Vogtman (Baltimore, Md.), who finished second in the All-Around with a score of 50.800. Like Kramer, Vogtman also captured two firsts – in the vault (8.900) and in the still rings (9.300). John also took a third in the floor (8.900), two fourths in the pommel horse (7.600) and the high bar (7.950), and a fifth in the parallel bars (8.150).

Temple senior Clay Stewart (Clover, S.C.) posted the best score of the day when he finished first in the floor exercise with a score of 9.350.

The Owls won all six events as a team. From the host’s viewpoint, however, the 187.700 team score was the best SC has tallied this season.

The only individual winner for Springfield College was junior Matt Davis (Southboro, Mass.) with his 8.500 in the pommel horse. Sophomore Andy Kelly (Marston Mills, Mass.) placed tied for fifth in the still rings (8.100) and sixth in the floor exercise (8.600, SC’s best individual score of the day). SC junior John Ferreira (Naugatuck, Conn.) placed in a tie for sixth twice – once in the vault (7.800) and again in the high bar (7.800).

INDIVIDUAL SCORES

Floor -- Temple 36.150, Springfield 33.450
1) Clay Stewart, Temple 9.350
1) Nicholas Isles, Temple 9.150
3) John Vogtman, Temple 8.900
4) Sterling Kramer, Temple 8.750
5) Patrick McLaughlin, Temple 8.700
6) Andy Kelly, SC 8.600

Pommel Horse – Temple 31.400, Springfield 30.450
1) Matt Davis, SC 8.500
2) Dan Berlin, Temple 8.350
3) Sterling Kramer, Temple 8.000
4) John Vogtman, Temple 7.600
5) Aric Hines, SC 7.550
5) Matt Tocchio, SC 7.550

Still Rings -- Temple 35.050, Springfield 33.000
1) John Vogtman, Temple 9.300
2) Sterling Kramer, Temple 8.950
3) Matt Bolognese, SC 8.800
3) Patrick McLaughlin, Temple 8.800
5) Aric Hines, SC 8.100
5) Andy Kelly, SC 8.100

Vault – Temple 33.650, Springfield 31.050
1) John Vogtman, Temple 8.900
2) Sterling Kramer, Temple 8.500
3) Jason Russo, Temple 8.150
4) Patrick McLaughlin, Temple 8.100
5) Ken Sloanhoffer, SC 8.000
6) Keith Stumpf, SC 7.800
6) John Ferreira, SC 7.800

Parallel Bars – Temple 33.850, Springfield 29.950
1) Sterling Kramer, Temple 8.750
1) Nate Naisby, Temple 8.400
3) Andrew Corp, Temple 8.350
3) Nadov Simenauer, Temple 8.350
5) John Vogtman, Temple 8.150
6) Patrick McLaughlin, Temple 8.050

High Bar – Temple 32.850, Springfield 29.800
1) Sterling Kramer, Temple 8.600
2) Patrick McLaughlin, Temple 8.250
3) Nicholas Isles, Temple 8.050
4) John Vogtman, Temple 7.950
5) Derek Shepard, Temple 7.850
6) John Ferreira, SC 7.800
6) Josh Spencer, SC 7.800

All-Around –
1) Sterling Kramer, Temple 51.550
2) John Vogtman, Temple 50.800
3) Andy Kelly, SC 43.150

TEAM SCORES
TEMPLE 202.950, SPRINGFIELD 187.700

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