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The Nittany Lions and the Illini meet up Saturday, Jan. 30 at 4 p.m. inside Rec Hall
The Nittany Lions will take on the Black Knights Saturday, Jan. 9 at 4 p.m. at Rec Hall
Seven Nittany Lions receive academic honors, team named honorable mention
Total of 101 Second-Highest; Student-athletes from 26 sports scheduled to receive diplomas
Freshman Thad Lawson won the 2015 NCAA title on the floor exercise; five Nittany Lions post All-America honors
|Still Rings||15.600||4/10/15||NCAA Qualifier|
|Floor Exercise||14.050||1/25/14||at Navy Open|
|Parallel Bars||14.750||2/2715||vs. Iowa|
2015 (Senior Year)
Served as the team captain during the 2015 season … Competed on four events in 2015 … Posted a season-best 13.700 on the floor exercise in the team finals at the West Point Open (1/16) … Tallied a career-best 15.250 on the vault in en route to a third-place finish against Michigan (1/24) … Won the vault in the individual finals at the West Point Open with his score of 14.900 (1/17) … Won the vault at Puerto Rico with his score of 15.050 (3/6) … Tallied a career-best 14.750 on the parallel bars against Iowa on Senior Day (2/27) … Finished fourth at the Big Ten Championships on the still rings with his score of 15.375 (3/28) … Competed on the still rings and the vault at the NCAA Championships … Tied for fourth at the NCAA Team Finals on the still rings with a career-best 15.600 (4/10) ... Ended his Nittany Lion career with All-America honors on the still rings … Scored his first All-America finish as he tied for fourth on the still rings with a career-best 15.600 (4/11)
2014 (Junior Year)
Closed out the season with all five of the team's top performances on the vault, led by a career-high score of 15.500 on the apparatus against Temple ... Opened the season against Army (1/11), posting two second-place finishes on the still rings (15.150) and the vault (14.700) ... Highlighted the West Point Open team finals (1/17) with a second-place finish on the vault (14.850) ... Captured a first-place finish on the vault (15.100) at the West Point Open individual finals (1/18) ... Placed fourth on the floor exercise (14.050) and seventh on the vault (14.200) at the Navy Open (1/25) ... Competed in four events and notched three top-five finishes against Temple (2/8) with a first-place finish and season best on the vault (15.500) ... Came away with a first-place finish on the vault (15.350) and fourth-place finish on the parallel bars (14.350) against Illinois (2/15) ... Competed on the vault (14.450) at Michigan (3/14) ... At the Big Ten Championship team finals (3/28), he posted a score of 15.300 on the vault ... Placed ninth on the vault (14.375) at the Big Ten Championships (3/29) ... Finished first on the vault (15.250) at the NCAA Qualifier (4/10) ... Competed on the vault (14.000) at the NCAA Championship team final (4/11).
2013 (Sophomore Year)
Competed in eight of the team's nine meets and at the NCAA Championships...Made touches on the still rings and vault...Ranked second on the team on the vault...Advanced to the individual finals at the Big Ten Championships (4/6) on the vault...Boasted a career-best effort of 15.350 on the vault in a tri-meet at Temple with William and Mary (2/16) to win the individual title...Won the vault with a score of 15.300 at the Navy Open (1/19)...Also won the individual title on the vault at Minnesota (3/23) with a score of 15.200 and vs. Ohio State (2/2) with a mark of 15.150...Boasted a score of 15.250 vs. Michigan (3/16) on the vault...Posted a career-high score of 15.050 on the still rings in a tri-meet at Temple with William and Mary (2/16)...Also competed on the still rings vs. Ohio State (2/2) and Michigan (3/16).
2012 (Freshman Year)
Competed in all nine of the team's meet and at the NCAA Championships...Competed on the vault in every meet...Named Big Ten Freshman of the week twice during the season (2/12 & 2/25)...Led the team on the vault...Qualified for the Big Ten individual final in the vault...Won five individual titles on the vault; at West Point Open (1/27 & 1/28), at Springfield College (2/12), at Ohio State (2/18) and at Temple (3/24)...Posted his season-best score twice during the season, scoring 15.300 during the individual finals at the West Point Open (1/28) and vs. Temple (3/24)...Also posted a score of 15.250 at Ohio State (2.18) on the vault.
Trained with Surgent's Elite under head coach Matt Stevenson and Richard Pulsford...Placed fourth in the vault at the 2007 Level 9 Junior Olympic Nationals...2008 Level 10 New Jersey parallel bars champion and second place finisher in the vault and floor exercise...At the 2009 Level 10 meet, placed first in the vault, second on parallel bars, and third in the all-around...2010 Pacific Coast Classic third place vault finalist...Placed fourth in the all-around at 2011 New Jersey state meet...2011 Region 7 vault champion.
Full name is Tristan Joseph Duverglas...Born in New York, N.Y. on April 12, 1993...Son of Rick and Donna Duverglas...Has one sister, Lynsey.
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