Temple University’s Men’s Gymnastics team continues to compete with varsity and club collegiate programs despite being dropped from varsity status on July 1, 2014. Its slogan is “Dropped but not Broken.” Starting in 1926, Temple had sponsored varsity men’s gymnastics for 88 years until its recent demotion to an elite club within the Campus Recreation Department. Coach Fred Turoff continues as head coach and is entering his [...more]
University of Minnesota Head Coach Mike Burns has submitted the following update on the status of NCAA Men's Gymnastics. He has made us all aware of the top mandate for gym fans... We need to fill up St. John Arena April 14-16. Ohio State will be hosting the 2016 NCAA Championships, and will be a logistically desirable location to draw large numbers of fans from all over the midwest and beyond. We've received our marching orders... Let's Fill Up St. John! [...more]
We're excited to present an exclusive interview with Coach Heinz Schulmeister of SoCal United (SCU), the newest men's intercollegiate gymnastics program. Long a hotbed for men's gymnastics talent, the Southern California area has been without a intercollegiate program since the demise of UCLA's storied program back in 1994. Aside from Stanford and Cal, Southern California high school graduates have had to venture out-of-state to participate in men's intercollegiate gymnastics.
Along came Schulmeister, a men's club coach at Torrance's Studio West, to found an exciting new [...more]