Lions grab fourth runner-up finish at Big Ten Championships in school history
at West Point Open
at West Point Open
at NCAA Championships
at West Point Open
2012 (Junior Year)
Competed in all nine of the team's meets and at the NCAA Championships...Made touches on the floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings, vault, parallel bars and high bar...Competed on the floor exercise and the vault in every meet...Earned All-America honors in the floor exercise...Earned College Gymnastics Association All-America Scholar-Athlete honors...Named Academic All-Big Ten...Led the team in the floor exercise...Ranked second on the team in the all-around and on the vault... Qualified for the individual finals at the NCAA Championships (4/21) and Big Ten Championships (4/7) on the floor exercise...Posted a career-best score of 85.500 to win the all-around title at the West Point Open (1/27)...Also posted career-best scores of 13.900 on the pommel horse and 13.400 on the parallel bars at the West Point Open (1/27)...Won the individual title on the floor exercise six times during the season; vs. Army (1/14), at Michigan (1/21), at West Point Open (1/27), at Springfield College (2/12), vs. Minnesota (3/17) and vs. Temple (3/24)...Posted a career-best score of 15.800 to win the floor exercise vs. Minnesota (3/17)...Claimed eight place on the floor exercise with a score of 14.950 at the NCAA Championships (4/21) individual finals...Boasted a career-best score of 15.500 to finish third on the still rings vs. Minnesota (3/17)...Won the vault with a season-best score of 15.100 vs. Minnesota (3/17)...placed second on the vault at the West Point Open (1/28), at Springfield College (2/12) and at Ohio State (2/25)...Scored a career-best 14.400 to finish third on the high bar at Springfield College (2/12).
2011 (Sophomore Year)
Became first two-time Penn State All-American since 2009, earning honors in the floor exercise and vault...CGA Second Team All-American Scholar Athlete (3.20-3.299 GPA)...Academic All-Big Ten...Earned first career Big Ten Gymnast of the Week honors on Feb. 21 for standout performance at Illinois...Came through in the clutch at the National Collegiate Championships, contributing three days of standout performances to lead the Nittany Lions past the qualifying round and to a sixth-place finish...Placed fourth in the vault and fifth (tie) in the floor exercise in the individual finals of the National Collegiate Championships, setting career highs in both events (FX: 15.400, V: 16.050)...Also set a career high in the still rings in the qualifying session, scoring a 15.350...A fixture in the floor exercise, still rings, and vault line-ups throughout the season...Recorded six top three finishes in the floor exercise, winning the title at the team finals of the West Point Open...Positioned at No. 7 (tie) in the floor exercise in the final 2011 national rankings...Had the team's top two scores in the floor (15.400, 15.350)...Earned two third place finishes in the still rings...Captured three vault titles outright and shared one...Registered at least a share of PSU's top three scores for the season in the vault (16.050, 16.000, 15.950)...Also set career highs in the parallel bars (13.300) and the high bar (14.400)...Earned top three finishes in three of the six meets in which he competed in the high bar...Won all-around titles against Army (83.100) and at the West Point Open with a career-high score of 84.300.
2010 (Freshman Year)
CGA Second Team All-American Scholar Athlete (3.30-3.39 GPA)...Competed in the floor exercise and vault in every meet but also performed in the still rings and high bar...Won his first career floor title against William & Mary with a personal season high score of 14.900...Contributed his best performance of the season versus Ohio State on the still rings, posting the team's top score of the year (15.200), placing second behind only eventual national champion, Buckeye Brandon Wynn...Earned a share of the rings title against William & Mary (14.700)...Tied for third in the vault at Cal (15.600) and then followed it up a week later with a season high score of 15.800 versus Oklahoma...Appeared in the high bar line-up four times, recording a third place finish against Army (13.200) and then scored a season best 13.400 one week later at the West Point Open.
Competed for Champion Gymnastics in Louisville at the club level...Placed second in the vault at Junior Olympic Nationals in 2007...Finished 18th in the all-around at the 2008 Junior Olympic Nationals, qualifying him for the VISA Championships...Earned a 15th place finish in the all-around and sixth in the still rings at the 2009 Junior Olympic Nationals, again qualifying him for the VISA Championships...Captured first place in the floor exercise at the 2009 VISA Championships...Academic All-American from 2007-09 at the Christian Academy of Louisville
Full name is Miles Parker Raque...Born in Louisville, Ky. on June 25, 1991...Son of Tom and Robyn Raque...Has one sister, Paige...Majoring in marketing.