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Thirteen Nittany Lions Honored as All-America Scholar-Athletes by the College Gymnastics Association
Six men's gymnasts earn first team status; 13 of 20 squad members claim honors
Hosted by Oklahoma, competition is scheduled for April 19-21 in Norman, Okla.
Penn State has a total of 3,915 honorees during 18 years of the program
Nittany Lions break program record in pommel horse for the second straight week; record season highs in parallel bars and high bar
Final regular season dual meet scheduled for a 7 p.m. start at Rec Hall
Pommel Horse: 13.950 at William & Mary and Navy (March 8, 2009)
Still Rings: 14.300 vs. Michigan (Jan. 22, 2011)
PENN STATE CAREER
2011: CGA First Team All-American Scholar Athlete (3.90-3.999 GPA)... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient...Academic All-Big Ten...Competed in the pommel horse once and in the still rings in two meets...Scored a career high 14.300 in the still rings versus Michigan.
2010: CGA First Team All-American Scholar Athlete (4.0 GPA)...Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient...Academic All-Big Ten...Competed in two events (pommel horse and still rings) in a total of three meets...Scored a season high 13.650 on pommel horse on day one at West Point Open...Recorded season best score of 14.000 on rings versus William & Mary.
2009: CGA First Team All-American Scholar Athlete; one of six gymnasts nationwide to be honored for earning a 4.0 GPA...Academic All-Big Ten...Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient...Earned first collegiate experience, competing in the pommel horse and still rings in every meet...Posted a season high score of 13.950 in the pommel horse in tri-meet versus William & Mary and Navy...Secured first top three finish of career, taking third in the still rings against William & Mary and Navy...Scored a career best in the rings one week later, recording a 14.300 versus Cal.
Competed in Junior Olympic Nationals for four years...Gained club experience with Capital Gymnastics, located in Fairfax, Va., under head coach Carlos Vazquez.
Logan Addison Wyman was born on Dec. 22, 1988 in Towson, Md. to parents Louis and Carol Wyman...Has an older brother, R.C., and two sisters, Meredith and Jennifer...Earned First Team Academic All-American honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior...Chose Penn State because of its excellent gymnastics program and the team's cohesiveness...Plans to major in Criminal Justice/Law and pursue a career as a lawyer.
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