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Gymnasts of the Week – Feb. 25-27, 2022


Gymnast of the Week awards are given by conference offices and the College Gymnastics Association.

National
NCAA Gymnast of the Week
Vitaliy Guimaraes - Oklahoma
See below for accomplishments.

NCAA Rookie of the Week
Khoi Young - Stanford

NCAA Specialist of the Week
Curran Phillips - Stanford

GymACT Gymnast of the Week
Jackson Harris - Arizona



Eastern College Athletic Conference
Gymnast of the Week
Aidan Cuy – William & Mary
Aidan Cuy lead the Tribe by posting its best performance of the season en route to defeating Springfield while earning career high scores on floor, vault, parallel bars and all-around. He moved up to 8th all time for Tribe All-Around scores.

Specialist of the Week
Mathew Davis – Army
Mathew Davis was tremendous at the 2022 Winter Cup in his hometown of Frisco, Texas, earning top 20 placements on four events, including the all-around, while claiming sixth on the floor exercise. Mathew Davis had his highest placement at Winter Cup in his athletic career against the best in the nation.

Rookie of the Week
Isaiah Drake – Navy
Competing as one of the nation's 38-best individual gymnasts in the United States at this weekend's Winter Cup, Drake posted the 15th-highest all-around score on Friday night before tallying a trio of top-20 individual event results on the final day of action on Sunday. In addition to his strong all-around outing on Friday, Drake's effort in Frisco was led by a standout two-day performance on the vault that ranked 10th in the field. His two-day total of 28.35 points on the vault ranked tenth overall, just 0.1 points behind Penn State's Matt Cormier. Drake's cumulative score of 26.15 on the parallel bars and 24.45 on the pommel horse helped him finish 18th and 20th respectively in the final standings.



Mountain Pacific Sports Federation
Gymnast of the Week
Vitaliy Guimaraes - Oklahoma
Oklahoma senior Vitaliy Guimaraes (Arvada, CO) claimed the 2022 Winter Cup All-Around Championship in Frisco, Texas (Feb. 25), and solidified a spot on the United States Senior National Team. In his first all-around competition of the year, Guimaraes scored 83.950, with a first-place routine on floor (14.250), second-place on pommel horse (14.350), fourth-place on high bar (13.400) and fifth-place on still rings (13.600) along the way. Further, his vault score of 14.450 and parallel bars score of 13.900 also helped push him to the all-around title, edging out 37 other gymnasts. This is the second career MPSF weekly award for Guimaraes…