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1 CALIFORNIA GYMNASTICS GOLDEN BEAR QUICK FACTS Name... University of California Location... Berkeley, CA Founded Enrollment... 32,000 Nickname... Golden Bears Colors... Blue & Gold Chancellor... Robert Berdahl Athletic Director... Steve Gladstone Ex. Assoc. Athletic Dir./Olympic Sports... Teresa Kuehn Faculty Representative... Dr. William Lester Home Facility/Capacity... Haas Pavilion/11,892 National Affiliation... NCAA Division I Conference... Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Head Coach... Barry Weiner Alma Mater/Year... Temple/1970 Record at Cal/Years (.790)/11 Career record/years (.790)/11 Assistant Coach... Kip Simons Alma Mater/Year... Ohio State/1996 Gymnastics Office Phone Gymnastics Office Fax Record MPSF Record/Finish... 2nd of NCAA National Finish... 3rd of Final Ranking... No. 6 Ex. Assoc. AD/Communications... Bob Rose Gymnastics Contact... Amy Mellin Direct Line Media Relations Fax address... Mailing Address Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, CA Media Relations Office Phone World Wide Web... TABLE OF CONTENTS The University... Inside Front Cover Quick Facts, 2003 Roster Season Outlook... 2 Coaching Staff... 3 Athlete Profiles Season in Review Best Performances Final Team Results... 8 Year-by-Year Results... 9 All-Time Series Records... 9 NCAA Top 10 Finshiers Cal Records All-Time Roster Cal Olympians San Francisco Bay Area... Inside Back Cover 2003 Schedule... Back Cover CREDITS The 2002 University of California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide was written and edited by Media Relations Assistant Amy Mellin. Layout and design by Publications Director John Dunbar and Publications Coordinator Evan Kerr. Photos by Dave Black, Jack Gorman, Patrick J. Merrill and Rick Lasater, among others. Printing by UC Printing Services, Berkeley, CA. ON THE COVER Seniors Cody Moore (left) and Aaron Floyd CALIFORNIA MEN S GYMNASTICS ROSTER Name Event Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown (Previous School/Club) Graham Ackerman AA SO 1V Seattle, WA (Roosevelt HS/WA Men s Gym.) Michael Ashe AA JR* 2V Stone Mountain, GA (Stephenson HS/Atlanta Sch. Of Gym.) Jeremy Dwork PH, SR JR TR Camarillo, CA (UC Santa Barbara/World Stars Gym. Trn. Center) David Eaton AA JR 2V Leicestershire, Great Britain (John Cleveland HS/GB National Team) Aaron Floyd^ AA SR 3V Mt. Airy, MD (Linganore HS) Cody Moore AA SR 3V Scottsdale, AZ (Horizon HS/AZ Sunrays Gym.) Shawn Mowry AA FR CB Fremont, CA (Irvington HS/Top Flight Gym.) Alan Parsons AA FR CB Suffield, CT (Suffield HS/Tim Daggett Gold Medal Gym.) Chris Rodriguez AA FR CB Tomball, TX (Tomball HS/Browns Gym.) Brian Sano SR SR* 3V Spring Valley, CA (Monte Vista HS/Miramar Elite Gym.) Alex Smith PH, SR FR CB Suffield, CT (Suffield HS/Tim Daggett Gold Medal Gym.) Gilbert Treviño AA JR TR San Antonio, TX (Vista College/Alamo Gym.) Jay Yee AA SO TR Palo Alto, CA (UC Santa Barbara/Stanford Gym. Club) Karl Ziehn^ HB, PB, V, FX SR* 3V Floriston, CA (Tahoe-Truckee HS/High Sierra Gym.) * indicates player has utilized a redshirt year ^ team captains Head Coach: Barry Weiner (Temple 70, 12th year) Assistant Coach: Kip Simons (OSU 96, 3rd year) All-Americans:Graham Ackerman (PB All-American) Michael Ashe (2x HB National Champion, 4x All-American) Dave Eaton (2x PH All-American) Cody Moore (PB National Champion, 5x All-American) 2003 California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide 1

2 2003 SEASON OUTLOOK The California men s gymnastics team looks to claim its fifth NCAA championship in Coming off its second straight third place NCAA finish and a second place Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Conference showing, Cal returns six letterwinners, including NCAA parallel bar defending champion Cody Moore, while gaining seven newcomers. Our nucleus is Cody Moore, Michael Ashe, David Eaton, Graham Ackerman and Aaron Floyd, said Cal head coach Barry Weiner. If those five guys are ready and healthy, then the youngsters will surround them with a score here and a score there, and we ll be very competitive. But it s essential that those five athletes are ready. Moore, the first gymnast in Cal history to be named an All-American in the all-around (2000, 01, 02), enters his senior season after back-toback MPSF Co-Gymnast of the Year honors. In addition to claiming first place at the NCAA and MPSF individual championships on the parallel bars with scores of and 9.150, respectively, Moore finished second on the pommel horse (9.512) and fifth in the all-around at the 2002 NCAAs. After a dynamite performance at the Winter Cup Challenge in Las Vegas, Nev., Moore earned a spot on the US National team. Moore is probably the most talented gymnast that has ever come to Berkeley, said Weiner. Things come easy to him. He s bright, talented and capable of winning All-American awards on almost every event. Returning to the scene after redshirting last season due to a knee injury is junior Michael Ashe. As a freshman, he became the first Cal gymnast to win an NCAA title in the high bar (9.900). He followed that up with his sophomore All-American season, which included a second national 2 BEARS SEEKING NCAA TITLE IN 2003 Junior All-American David Eaton on the parallel bars. high bar title (9.512), and a fourth-place finish on the pommel horse (9.100). Ashe is liable to win four high bar championships, said Weiner. If we can get him healthy, we ll look to Michael to replace a lot of Jinjing Zhang s scores. Zhang, the 2002 all-around MPSF champion and NCAA runner-up, exhausted his NCAA eligibility after the 2002 season. Eaton posted a stellar sophomore year, tying for the MPSF horizontal bar title (9.300) and placing second at the MPSF individual championships on the pommel horse with a career best The All-American finished sixth on the pommel horse at the NCAAs (9.350). David is a technically beautiful gymnast, said Weiner. Of all the gymnasts in our program, he is technically the most refined. He is an attractive gymnast to watch. Despite an ankle injury that plagued him through much of the season, Ackerman was able to pull off a sixth-place showing on the parallel bars on the final day of NCAAs (8.575). He tallied a team high on floor exercise at the Stanford Invitational, guiding the Bears to a season best in the event. Simply put, Graham is a great acrobat, said Weiner about the All- American. I thought that he was going to be the NCAA champion on the floor exercise, but his ankle held him back. He s capable of winning NCAAs on floor and vaulting. Over the past year, his apparatus work has gotten much stronger. Graham has become a real mainstay in our program. Floyd is another key returner for the Bears. The senior co-captain competed in every match last year, seeing time at all events except pommel horse. He placed second on floor exercise at the MPSF individual championships with a season high Aaron is our leader, said Weiner. His work ethic defines what Cal gymnastics is all about. He is hardworking, smart, helpful and present all the time. A promising note for Cal s roster is the return of Karl Ziehn. Ziehn will serve as the team co-captain after redshirting his senior year due to a shoulder injury. We re hoping Karl can contribute and boost our overall team depth, said Weiner. Also in the mix will be senior Brian Sano, who specializes in the rings. Sano is another gymnast who returns after dealing with an injury last year. He competed in only the first three meets of the season. Two UC Santa Barbara transfers, junior Jeremy Dwork and sophomore Jay Yee, should make an immediate impact for the Bears this year, as well. Dwork specializes in rings and pommel horse while Yee will add depth in the all-around. Five freshmen, Shawn Mowry, Alan Parsons, Chris Rodriguez, Alex Smith and Gilbert Treviño, will vie for a spot in the line-up and will be the youngsters that Weiner expects to contribute to another successful season. Our goal every year is to be competing the last day, said Weiner. The last day there are six teams left, and that gives ourselves a chance to win NCAAs. The Bears, who finished the 2002 season ranked sixth in the country, face a strong 2003 schedule, featuring meets against four teams which placed in the Top 6 along with Cal at the NCAAs last season. The Bears will immediately be put to the test, facing Stanford, who finished sixth at the NCAAs, in the first meet of the year. The schedule gets only tougher for Cal, seeing NCAA runner-up Ohio State the following meet and later in the season Michigan (4th) and Iowa (5th) California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide

3 2003 CAL COACHING STAFF BARRY WEINER Head Coach, 12th Year at Cal Largely credited with developing the University of California men s gymnastics program into one of the nation s finest, Barry Weiner led the Golden Bears to national championships in 1997 and 1998, a total of six Top 5 national finishes and five NCAA individual champions in his eleven seasons at Cal. The results of Weiner s hard work and dedication first paid dividends in 97 when he was named National Coach of the Year after leading the Bears to a perfect 17-0 regular season and the team s first NCAA team title since Weiner then outdid himself the next year, as Cal swept through the entire 98 season without a loss en route to its second-consecutive team championship. Following that season, Weiner was named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Coach of the Year for the third time (1993, 95, 98) and National Coach of the Year for the second straight campaign. Including the 14-3 regular season of 2002, Weiner s career record stands at an impressive (.790) spanning over the last decade. Weiner took the reins of the men s gymnastics program in 1992 after Cal s worst-ever 1-18 season in 91. Under his guidance, Cal rebounded to post a dual meet record, placing third in the conference and reaching the NCAA Regionals, where the team managed a seventh-place finish. Six individuals from that squad qualified for the NCAA Championships that year, including All-American Jason Bertram. Before arriving at Cal in September 1991, Weiner maintained a lengthy association with the United States Junior National Gymnastics Program. Over an 11-year period, he has coached 15 Junior National Team members, including two Junior National all-around champions. He most recently coached the U.S. Junior National Team against Hungary in 1988 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. He also coached the Junior Pan American Team in Ponce, Puerto Rico in 1987 and was a U.S. coach at international competitions in England and Hungary. Weiner was also selected as a coach for the 2000 Olympic Team. The personal coach of numerous state and regional champions, Weiner has coached several athletes who are currently attending schools across the nation. His former charges include Cal gymnastics alumni Evan Richman and Scott Green. On the competitive level, Weiner was a two-time MVP at Temple University from A 1968 NCAA event finalist in the parallel bars and floor exercise, he helped Temple finish fourth in the country in 68 and led the Owls to a third-place national finish in Weiner also earned gold medals at the 1968 Maccabiah Games in the floor exercise and horizontal bar. A native of Philadelphia, he earned a bachelor of science degree from Temple in He is single and resides in El Sobrante. KIP SIMONS Assistant Coach, 3rd Year at Cal Kip Simons is in his third year as an assistant with the Golden Bears. He proved to be a top-level gymnast early on in his career, dominating the 1988 Jr. U.S. championships and the Jr. Pan American Games by winning 10 gold medals. Simons went on to a successful collegiate career at Ohio State University where he was honored as the Big Ten Freshman of the Year, team captain his senior season, a Nissen Award Recipient and the 1994 OSU Male Athlete of the Year. Following his collegiate career, Simons went on to compete on two world championship teams and a Pan American Games gold medal team. His crowning achievement came when he represented America while competing in the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Ga. Born and raised in Bloomsburg, Pa., Simons graduated from OSU in 1996 with a degree in exercise physiology. Head coach Barry Weiner stands with the five NCAA Championship trophies his teams have earned during his tenure at Cal. Kip Simons dominated the 1988 Jr. U.S. championships and the Jr. Pan American Games by winning 10 gold medals California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide 3

4 2003 ATHLETE PROFILES AARON FLOYD Sr. 3V AA Mt. Airy, MD (Linganore HS) SENIORS Co-captain. 2002: Competed in every meet during 2002, seeing time at all events except pommel horse had his best performance at the MPSF championships, finishing in second place with a season high in the floor (9.275), parallel bars (8.550) and horizontal bar (9.250) placed fourth on the rings at MPSF individuals with at NCAAs, helped team to third-place finish with performance on the vault and score on the floor Academic All-MPSF selection. 2001: Competed on floor, rings, vault and h-bar during NCAA team championship, tying his individual season bests on floor (9.000), and setting his new season best on vault (9.050) and h-bar (9.000) placed third on vault (8.950) in opening meet on Jan. 6 against Stanford came back next meet to finish second and third on p-bars (8.100) and floor (8.500), respectively tied for first on floor with then individual seasonbest score of at Cardinal Open tied for first again, this time on vault, with then individual season-best score of and also finished second on floor (8.850) on Feb. 18 against Stanford scored (7th place) on h-bar during individual event finals of MPSFs. 2000: Recorded career best on floor early in season (9.700) vs. Stanford at UCSB Invitational, scored career high of on p-bars finished season strong as he recorded career high of on h-bar at NCAA championships in team competition. Previous: Four-year member of Junior National team from Personal: Aaron Michael Floyd applied mathematics major honor roll student at Linganore High has younger sister, Alana parents are Diane and Robert Floyd born March 16, 1980 in Silver Spring, MD. FLOYD S 2002 BESTS Floor: MPSF Championships 3/23/02 Rings: Gold s Challenge 3/9/02 Vault: vs. UCSB, Stanford, Illinois 2/23/02 P-Bars: MPSF Championships 3/22/02 H-Bar: MPSF Championships 3/22/02 FLOYD S CAREER BESTS Floor: vs. Stanford 2/19/00 Rings: at Stanford 3/4/00 Vault: vs. BYU, Stanford 2/25/00 P-Bars: UCSB Invitational 3/11/00 H-Bar: NCAA Champ. 3/31/00 CODY MOORE Sr. 3V AA Scottsdale, AZ (Horizon HS) 2002: Named MPSF Co-Gymnast of Year for second consecutive season selected to US National team following all-around performance at Winter Cup Challenge (52.850) took p-bar title at NCAAs and MPSFs with scores of and received All-America honors with a second-place finish on pommel horse (9.512) and fifth in the all-around at NCAAs helped team to second-place finish at MPSFs and team seasonhigh score of , with second-place finish on floor and p-bar and fourth place in all-around carried team through injuries throughout the season, culminating with five season bests at Gold s Challenge, including all-around mark of set career mark in vault against Stanford (9.550) MPSF Male Gymnast of the Week (Feb. 25) named to Academic All-MPSF team. 2001: Named MPSF Co-Gymnast of Year finished third in all-around with team season-best score of at NCAAs, earning All-American honors as well gave his all during NCAA Team championship, scoring individual season bests on floor (9.600), rings (8.550), vault (9.100) and h-bar (9.500), finishing eighth in all-around with took home top honors in all-around of MPSFs (53.875) placed in top three on p-bars in every regular season meet, which culminated at MPSF championships as individual event champion on p-bars with scored team seasonbest on p-bars during team competition of MPSFs had great success on floor as well, placing in top three in four regular season meets, including three top finishes with his then-individual season best coming in first-place finish on Jan. 21 versus UC Santa Barbara with in addition to his first-place finish on p-bars and second place on floor at MPSFs, Moore also won h-bar with then-individual season-best score of : First gymnast in Cal history to be named an All-American in the all-around also garnered All-America honors on p-horse led all scorers on p-bars with mark at Stanford Open recorded meet high on p-bars (9.750) vs. Stanford and BYU led all gymnasts at Stanford on floor exercise scoring 9.850, which tied for third on Cal career list finished fifth overall in floor (9.825), second on horse (9.900 tie for third on Cal career list) and seventh on p-bars (9.500) at MPSF championships finished fourth on p-horse (9.8250) at NCAA individual championships. Previous: Six-time state champion for Arizona Sun Rays club team from Western Regional champion in 1994, 98 and 99 fivetime junior national competitor... finished 14th at 1999 Junior Nationals, earning spot for USA Championships. Personal: John Cody Moore physics and math major National Merit Scholar at Horizon High parents are Terry and John Moore born March 24, 1981 in Houston, TX. MOORE S 2002 BESTS Floor: Gold s Challenge 3/9/02 P-Horse: Gold s Challenge 3/9/02 Rings: Gold s Challenge 3/9/02 Vault: at Stanford Invite 1/23/02 P-Bars: Gold s Challenge 3/9/02 H-Bar: UCSB 1/18/02 AA: Gold s Challenge 3/9/ California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide

5 MOORE S CAREER BESTS Floor: at Stanford 3/4/00 P-Horse: NCAA Champ. 3/31/00 Rings: at MPSF Champ. 3/18/00 Vault: at Stanford Invite 1/23/02 P-Bars: vs. BYU, Stanford 2/25/00 H-Bar: NCAA Champ. 3/30/00 AA: NCAA Champ. 3/30/00 BRIAN SANO Sr. 3V SR Spring Valley, CA (Monte Vista HS) 2002: Slowed by injury, did not compete after Stanford meet (Feb. 15) best performance of season came at Stanford Invitational helped Bears to sweep field there with score on the rings. 2001: Competed in every meet including post season on rings finished second on rings on Feb. 18 at Stanford with individual season-best score of scored another for third-place tie on rings at home meet versus Iowa and Air Force. 2000: After redshirting his first year at Cal, Sano came back as a specialist on rings recorded career high on rings with score of against Stanford tallied at least on rings on four different occasions during regular season and on rings on day two of NCAA team competition. 1999: Redshirted. Previous: Competed at 1997 Junior Olympics... trained at Miramar Elite Gymnastics Academy in San Diego... was high school All-American at Monte Vista High in Spring Valley. Personal: Brian Wesley Takashi Sano... American studies major with emphasis in American business... both parents, as well as grandfather, aunt and uncle, are Cal grads... has one sister, Kristen... parents are Karen and Edwin Sano... born June 6, 1980 in San Diego. SANO S 2002 BESTS Rings: at Stanford Invite 1/23/02 SANO S CAREER BESTS Rings: vs. Stanford 2/19/00 KARL ZIEHN Sr. 3V AA Floriston, CA (Tahoe-Truckee HS) Co-captain. 2002: Redshirted due to shoulder injury. 2001: Had his best meet to open the season on Jan. 6 versus Stanford when he placed first on both vault with team season-best 9.150, and h-bar (8.450) and placed third on p-bars (8.550) tied for third on p-bars with another on Feb. 18 against Stanford did not compete in final two regular season meets or in postseason. 2000: Made his 2000 debut vs. Stanford, notching on p-bars and on h-bar scored meet high and career best on p-bars (9.850) and career best on h-bar (9.675) at UCSB Invitational p-bars score of ties him for third on Cal career list finished first day of NCAA Championships tied for 10th overall on h-bar in team competition. 1999: Competed in floor, rings, vault, p-bars and h-bar... nearly advanced to NCAA Championships as individual after solid meet at Regionals with 10th-place finish on vault (9.400) and career-best score of on floor. Previous: Nevada state all-around club champion from led club team High Sierra Gymnastics to four straight Nevada state titles from was also High Sierra s team captain and gymnast of year from competed at USA Championship qualifier in trained under Roger Baldwin at High Sierra. Personal: Karl Patrick Ziehn... environmental sciences major... has coached boys gymnastics in Reno, NV and currently coaches for Golden Bear Gymnastics in Berkeley hobbies include snowboarding and scuba diving... has younger brother, Kyle... parents are Debbie Baldwin and Ken Ziehn... born March 21, 1979 in Walnut Creek. ZIEHN S 2001 BESTS Floor: UCSB 1/21/01 Rings: Stanford 2/18/01 Vault: at Stanford 1/6/01 P-Bars: Stanford 2/18/01 H-Bar: at UCSB 2/3/01 ZIEHN S CAREER BESTS Floor: NCAA West Regional 4/10/99 Rings: at UCSB Invite 3/6/99 Vault: vs. Illinois 3/12/99 P-Bars: UCSB Invitational 3/11/00 H-Bar: UCSB Invitational 3/11/00 JUNIORS MICHAEL ASHE Jr. 2V AA Stone Mountain,GA (Stephenson HS) 2002: Redshirted due to knee injury. 2001: Repeat NCAA champion on H-bar with and placed fourth on horse with and eighth in all-around with (individual season best), earning All-America honors on both h- bar and horse scored individual season-best scores of and on horse and rings, respectively, during team championship at NCAAs took home top honors on rings (8.650), second in all-around (47.650) and third on horse (8.550) in opening meet on Jan. 6 against Stanford finished first and third in all-around (47.800) and h- bar (8.650), respectively, on Jan. 21 versus UC Santa Barbara placed first on horse (9.050) and h-bar (9.400) and second in all-around (50.100) at the Cardinal Open scored another on h-bar on Feb. 3 to bring home second-place finish against UC Santa Barbara and UMass tied for first on both vault (8.950) and h-bar (9.050) on Feb. 18 versus Stanford scored individual season-best on horse, for a first-place finish, and also finished second in all-around (52.400) and tied for third on vault (9.100), at UCSB Invitational had possibly his best meet of year on March 16 at Berkeley versus Iowa and Air Force, scoring team season-best on h-bar (finishing first in meet) scored then individual season high of in all-around, for first-place finish, as well as finished third on p-bars with notched individual season-best on floor and tied individual season best on p-bars during MPSF team competition, and finished second in all-around competition (52.250) same day won horse event (9.200) competition during MPSF individual event championships. 2000: Won NCAA championship on h-bar with score of All- American on horse and h-bar scored meet high in his first collegiate competition at UCSB with score on p-horse led all scorers in p- horse and p-bars with marks of and 9.350, respectively, vs. UCSB and Stanford had meet best on all-around at Cardinal Open registered career best on h-bar with vs. Stanford and BYU, good enough for second on Cal career list set career high and tied for second on Cal career list on rings with mark at UCSB Invitational finished sixth overall in all-around competition (56.875) at MPSFs in first day of NCAA championships, tied for first overall in team competition on p- horse with mark (tie for second on Cal career list) and eventually finished third in final standings at California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide 5

6 Previous: Placed second at 1999 Junior National Championships was on Senior Pan American Games team that won silver medal at 99 Games in Winnipeg, Canada top-ranked Junior National Team member (Under-18) at USA Championships... two-year member of U.S. Junior National team trained with Atlanta School of Gymnastics participated in 1999 International Team Championships. Personal: Michael Brandon Ashe undeclared major honor roll student at Stephenson High has older brother, Chris parents are Frances and Terry Ashe born March 14, 1981 in Spartanburg, SC. ASHE S 2001 BESTS Floor: MPSF Champ. 3/23/01 P-Horse: at UCSB Invite 3/10/01 Rings: Iowa/Air Force 3/16/01 Vault: at UCSB Invite 3/10/01 P-Bars: MPSF Champ. 3/23/01 H-Bar: Iowa/Air Force 3/16/01 AA: NCAA Champ. 4/6/01 ASHE S CAREER BESTS Floor: at MPSF Champ. 3/18/00 P-Horse: NCAA Champ. 3/31/00 Rings: UCSB Invite 3/11/00 Vault: vs. Stanford 2/19/00 P-Bars: NCAA Champ. 3/31/00 H-Bar: NCAA Champ. 3/31/00 AA: Stanford 2/19/00 DAVID EATON Jr. 2V AA Leicestershire,GB(Great Britain National Team) 2002: Completed all-around in every match repeat All-America honors on p-horse at NCAAs with a sixth-place finish (9.350) tied for MPSF horizontal bar title (9.300) notched career highs in all-around (53.625), parallel bars (8.925), and a second place pommel horse finish (9.475) at the MPSF Championships third place all-around finish there helped Cal to second place at championships led the way in all-around against Michigan (March 3), scoring against Wolverines, established top season mark in vault with set one other career mark in 2002 with score on horizontal bar in UCSB/Stanford/Illinois match on Feb. 23 named to Academic All-MPSF team. 2001: Earned All-America honors on p-horse after placing sixth at NCAAs with and also qualified for event finals on h-bar, scoring Eaton s on vault and on horse during NCAA team championship was good enough for individual season bests joined team for second meet of year after coming to Cal via Great Britain National team fell right into starting line-up on Jan. 21 vs. UC Santa Barbara, finishing first on both h-bar (8.950) and vault (9.050 individual season best) and second on both floor (8.600) and horse (8.950) came back next meet on Jan. 27 at the Cardinal Open to finish second and third on h-bar (9.100) and horse (8.750), respectively vs. UC Santa Barbara and UMass, placed first on h-bar with individual season-best score of as well as pair of seconds on floor (9.250 individual season best) and horse (9.000) finished first on horse (9.000), tied for first on h-bar (9.050) and finished third on floor (8.800) against Stanford competed in all-around for first and last time on March 10, scoring (third place) and placing second on h-bar (9.250) earned individual season best score of on horse on March 16, good enough for second-place finish. Previous: Was ranked the No. 6 gymnast in Great Britain before coming to Cal won British Championships in 2001 during the summer of 2001 was a member of the World Championship team helped Great British National team to championship title three times while a member since 1992 competed at the Commonwealth Games. Personal: David Lloyd Eaton sociology major hobbies include everything related to music coaches for Golden Bear gymnastics club 6 team has three siblings: Sian, Gareth and Cerys parents are Rowena and Graham Lloyd born September 28, 1980 in Leicestershire, England. EATON S 2002 BESTS Floor: at Stanford Invite 1/23/02 Horse MPSF Championships 3/23/02 Rings: MPSF Championships 3/22/02 Vault: Michigan 3/3/02 P-Bars: MPSF Championships 3/22/02 H-Bar: vs. UCSB, Stanford, Illinois 2/23/02 AA: MPSF Championships 3/22/02 EATON S CAREER BESTS Floor: at UCSB 2/3/01 Horse MPSF Championships 3/23/02 Rings: at UCSB Invite. 3/10/01 Vault: NCAA Champ. 4/6/01 P-Bars: MPSF Championships 3/22/02 H-Bar: vs. UCSB, Stanford, Illinois 2/23/02 AA: MPSF Championships 3/22/02 GRAHAM ACKERMAN So. 1V AA Seattle, WA (Roosevelt HS) SOPHOMORE 2002: Slowed by ankle injury throughout the season, returning to full strength just in time to receive All-America honors in p-bar with (sixth place) at NCAAs in second-ever intercollegiate meet, notched a team season-high on the floor (at Stanford Invite) performed well at Gold s Challenge in Santa Barbara, scoring a career high on the pommel horse and a solid on the horizontal bar, helping Cal gain momentum entering the post-season at MPSFs, chalked up another career high, this time on the horizontal bar, with score. Previous: Competed at 2001 US Nationals, placing first in floor exercise and vault, as well as ninth in all around was 1999 and 2001 Regional All- Around Champion was Washington State Champion in 1995, 1999 and 2001 in floor exercise and vault also competed in 1997 and 1998 Junior Nationals 2001 Junior National floor and vault champion. Personal: Graham Samuel Ackerman political science major has overcome back stress fractures during his career has one brother, David parents are Robin Dearling and Gary Ackerman born July 14, 1983 in Seattle, WA. ACKERMAN S 2002/CAREER BESTS Floor: at Stanford Invite 1/23/02 Horse Gold s Challenge 3/9/02 Vault: at Stanford Invite 1/23/02 P-Bars: NCAA Championship 4/5/02 H-Bar: MPSF Championship 3/22/ California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide

7 NEWCOMERS JEREMY DWORK Jr. TR PH, SR Camarillo, CA (St. Bonaventure/UC Santa Barbara) Previous: Transferred to Cal after two years on UC Santa Barbara s men s gymnastics team named Big West Scholar Athlete guided team to a second and third place showing at the National Collegiate Gymnastics Championships member of the California All-Star Team 1998 California State Champions. Personal: Jeremy Meyer Dwork legal studies major member of National Honor Society and California Scholarship Federation has three brothers: Joshua, Matthew, a gymnast at Ohio State, and Benjamin parents are Joann and Paul Dwork born March 13, 1982 in Camarillo. SHAWN MOWRY Fr. CB AA Fremont, CA (Irvington HS) ALAN PARSONS Fr. CB AA Suffield, CT (Suffield HS) Previous: 2002 Regional Champion helped 1997 Junior Olympic National team to Championship title. Personal: Shawn David Mowry undeclared major 2001 Academic All-American coached four to eight year old gymnasts intends to continue on to law school has older brother, Chris parents are Cynthia and Paul Mowry born June 15, 1984 in Fremont. Previous: Region six Junior Olympic National team member ( ) participated in 2001 U.S. Gymnastics Championships. Personal: Alan Douglas Parsons undeclared major member of National Honor Society hobbies include playing bass guitar has two siblings, Eric and Nora parents are Karen and Douglas Parsons born April 6, 1984 in Newton, MA. ALEX SMITH Fr. CB PH, SR Suffield, CT (Suffield HS) Previous: Junior Olympic National qualifier (2002). Personal: Alexander Michael Smith intended computer science major National Merit Scholarship honorable mention enjoys computer programming as a hobby has two siblings, Christopher and Kathryn parents are Mary- Jane and William Smith born May 20, 1984 in Springfield, MA. GILBERT TREVIÑO Fr. TR AA Palo Alto, CA (Henry M. Gunn HS/Vista College) Previous: Qualified for Junior Olympic Nationals from first place on vault and second place on p-horse in 1997 and 98 placed 12th on vault at 1995 Junior Nationals. Personal: Gilbert Lee Treviño cognitive science major National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta member attended UCLA and Vista College, earning an associate of arts degree has two sisters, Julie and Amber parents are Delta and Giberto Treviño born July 15, 1980 in San Antonio, TX. JAY YEE So. TR AA Palo Alto, CA (Henry M. Gunn HS/UC Santa Barbara) Previous: Transferred to Cal after two years as a member of the UC Santa Barbara men s gymnastics team. Pesonal: Jay Alan Yee undeclared major career goals include producing music has older sister, Jill parents are Charlene Miyashita and Albert Yee born March 25, 1983 in Milwaukee, WI. CHRIS RODRIGUEZ Fr. CB AA Tomball, TX (Tomball HS) Previous: Four-time Junior Olympic Qualifier recipient of Sims Scholarship two-time region team member (2000, 2002). Personal: Chris John Rodriguez political science major three-time Academic All-American enjoys playing the guitar has brother, TJ parents are Natilie and Ruben Rodriguez born July 14, 1984 in Houston, TX California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide 7

8 2002 SEASON REVIEW The Golden Bears concluded the 2002 season with a second-place finish at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships, as well as third at the NCAA Championships. Cody Moore brought home a NCAA individual title, claiming the parallel bar crown with an eyepopping score. For his efforts, Moore was also named Co-MPSF Gymnast of the Year for the second consecutive season, as well as earning a spot on the U.S. National team thanks to a world-class performance at the Winter Cup Challenge in Las Vegas. The Bears 30-consecutive win streak was snapped in 2002, although Cal still posted a top-drawer 14-3 record on the season. Despite losing twotime horizontal bar NCAA champion Michael Ashe to an injury, and freshman standout Jinjing Zhang to eligibility concerns for most of the year, the Bears did not flinch and continued to rise to the top. With so few gymnasts at his disposal, head coach Barry Weiner was left with only five healthy gymnasts at most of the team s regular season meets which is the NCAA minimum. But that didn t stop the Bears. For a team of such limited staffing, Cal posted scores that were heroic, facing the long odds. In addition to the parallel bar, Moore received All-American honors with his second place finish on the pommel horse at the NCAA Championships. Graham Ackerman and David Eaton earned All-American honors, finishing sixth The Cal squad walks in at the 2002 NCAA Championships. on the parallel bars and pommel horse, respectively. Moore, Tom Kutz and Eaton completed the all-around in practically every meet, and the Bears finished the season with a No. 6 national ranking EVENT-BY-EVENT TEAM SCORE Opponent Floor Horse Rings Vault P-bars H-bar A-A UCSB at Stanford Invitational Stanford at UCLA Invitational at UCSB, Stanford, Illinois Michigan at Gold s Challenge at MPSF Championships at NCAA Championships BOLD indicates team best score 2002 TEAM BESTS BY EVENT Event Team Individual Floor (1/26) (Ackerman, 1/26) P Horse (4/5) (Moore, 3/9) Rings (3/22) (Zhang, 4/5) Vault (3/22) (Zhang, 3/22) P Bars (4/5) (Moore, 3/9) H Bars (3/22) (Kutz, 3/9) AA (4/5) (Moore, 3/9) 2002 INDIVIDUAL BESTS BY EVENT Gymnast Floor Horse Rings Vault P-bars H-bar A-A Graham Ackerman Suhail Arastu David Eaton Aaron Floyd Kevin Kawashita Tom Kutz Cody Moore Brian Sano Gilbert Treviño Jinjing Zhang California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide

9 2002 TEAM RESULTS REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 14-3 MPSF CHAMPIONSHIP: 2ND NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 3RD MEET-BY-MEET SCORES/RESULTS Date Cal Score Opponent Opponent Score W/L Jan UC Santa Barbara W Jan Stanford Invitational Stanford W UC Santa Barbara W Feb Stanford W Feb UCLA Invitational Illinois L Stanford W UC Santa Barbara W Arizona State W Washington W Feb at UC Santa Barbara W Illinois L Stanford W Mar Michigan L Mar Gold s Challenge UC Santa Barbara W Temple W Air Force W Washington W Mar MPSF Championships 2nd Oklahoma L Stanford W Nebraska W Air Force W UC Santa Barbara W Apr NCAA Championships 3rd Oklahoma L Ohio State L Michigan W Iowa W Stanford W Bold Indicates Home Meet Senior Karl Ziehn Sophomore Graham Ackerman Junior Michael Ashe 2003 California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide 9

10 10 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Dual Season Conf. Champ. NCAA National Year Coach Record High Place Score Place Score Cap Pease n/a 2-1st n/a n/a Chuck Keeney n/a 2-1st n/a 9 appearances 1958 Hal Frey 3-2 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1959 Hal Frey 8-0 n/a 1st n/a 3rd n/a 1960 Hal Frey 8-0 n/a 1st n/a 4th n/a 1961 Hal Frey 9-0 n/a 1st th n/a 1962 Hal Frey 8-0 n/a 1st th n/a 1963 Hal Frey 8-0 n/a 3rd n/a 7th n/a 1964 Hal Frey 10-0 n/a 2nd n/a 10th n/a 1965 Hal Frey 7-0 n/a 2nd n/a 1966 Hal Frey 10-0 n/a 1st nd n/a 1967 Hal Frey 9-2 n/a 2nd n/a 10th n/a 1968 Hal Frey 10-1 n/a 1st st Hal Frey 14-0 n/a 1st th n/a 1970 Don Nelson 8-0 n/a 1st th n/a 1971 Hal Frey 8-0 n/a 5th 1972 Hal Frey 9-0 n/a 1st n/a 1973 Hal Frey 13-2 n/a 1st n/a 6th Hal Frey st rd Hal Frey st st Hal Frey st rd Hal Frey nd th n/a 1978 Hal Frey nd individuals only 1979 Hal Frey rd individuals only 1980 Hal Frey th Hal Frey th individuals only 1982 Hal Frey rd th Hal Frey th individuals only 1984 Sho Fukushima rd individuals only 1985 Sho Fukushima th individuals only 1986 Sho Fukushima th individuals only 1987 Sho Fukushima st individuals only 1988 Sho Fukushima th individuals only 1989 Sho Fukushima th Sho Fukushima th individuals only 1991 Sho Fukushima th individuals only 1992 Barry Weiner rd individuals only 1993 Barry Weiner nd individuals only 1994 Barry Weiner th individuals only 1995 Barry Weiner th individuals only 1996 Barry Weiner st nd Barry Weiner rd st Barry Weiner st st Barry Weiner th individuals only 2000 Barry Weiner nd th Barry Weiner nd rd Barry Weiner nd rd Opponent Series Last Mtg. Winner Score (Cal-Opp) Air Force Cal Arizona Cal Arizona State Cal Army Cal Brigham Young Cal British Columbia Cal Calgary Cal Cal Poly SLO Cal CS Fullerton Cal CS Hayward Cal CS Los Angeles Cal CS Northridge Cal Chico St Cal Colorado Cal Georgia Cal Houston Baptist Cal Illinois Ill Iowa Cal Iowa St Cal Kent St Cal Long Beach St Cal Long Beach CC Cal Louisiana St LSU Massachusetts Cal Michigan Cal SERIES RECORDS Michigan St Cal Minnesota UMN Nebraska Cal New Mexico Cal N. Colorado Cal N. Illinois NIU Ohio St OSU Oklahoma OU Oregon UO Penn State Cal Sacramento St Cal San Francisco St Cal San Jose St Cal S. Connecticut Cal S. Illinois Cal Stanford Cal Temple Cal UC Davis Cal UCLA Cal UC Santa Barbara Cal USC Cal Utah Cal N/A Washington Cal Washington St Cal W. Michigan Cal Wisconsin Wisc California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide

11 Year Individual Event Finish 1948 Charlie Thompson Tumbling 1st (n/a) Charles Lucchesi Trampoline 3rd Tumbling 4th 1949 Charlie Thompson Tumbling 1st (n/a) Charles Lucchesi Trampoline 3rd Tumbling 5th Robert Anderson All-Around 4th 1951 Paul Goodale Horizontal Bar 2nd 1956 Ben Plat Rope Climb 8th Dave Seed Tumbling 3rd Trampoline 8th William Morley Trampoline 7th 1959 Art Shurlock Pommel Horse 1st (n/a) Don Potter Pommel Horse 3rd William lamben Pommel Horse 9th Mario DeLaua Rope Climb 2nd Ken Ponder Rope Climb 4th Roy Davis Rope Climb 9th Mike Robbins Floor Exercise 7th Flying Rings 8th Art Shurlock Flying Rings 6th Floor Exercise 7th Still Rings 2nd Horizontal Bar 3rd All-Around 3rd 1960 James Fairchild Pommel Horse 1st (n/a) Art Shurlock Pommel Horse 3rd Floor Exercise 5th Still Rings 8th Horizontal Bar 7th Parallel Bars 5th All-Around 2nd 1961 Paul Davis Rope Climb 1st (n/a) Richard Schmidt Rings 4th 1962 Paul Davis Rope Climb 1st (n/a) Mike Nelson Rope Climb 2nd Rich Schmidt Rings 3rd Steve Zahm Rings 4th Rich Golden Rings 5th TomFashinell Trampoline 6th 1963 Steve Zahm Rings 4th 1964 Crodd Chin Parallel Bars 10th Vault 4th 1965 Dan Millman Floor Exercise 5th Horizontal Bar 6th Trampoline 2nd Rick Field Parallel Bars 3rd Rings 2nd Paul Newman Parallel Bars 2nd Josh Robinson Rings 7th 1965 Dan Millman Vault 1st (n/a) 1966 Dan Millman Floor Exercise 2nd (n/a) Vault 2nd Five-time All-American Andrew Hampy NCAA TOP 10 FINISHERS All-American Evgenii Zherebchevskiy Sid Freudenstein Vault 3rd Rick Field All-Around 3rd Josh Robinson Rings 6th 1967 Sid Freudenstein Floor Exercise 2nd (n/a) High Bar 10th (n/a) Long Horse 5th (n/a) Josh Robinson Still Rings 1st (n/a) 1968 Sid Freudenstein Floor Exercise T1st (n/a) Parallel Bars 5th (n/a) Dan Millman Floor Exercise 3rd (n/a) Parallel Bars 6th (n/a) Still Rings 5th (n/a) Trampoline 5th (n/a) Gary Diamond Floor Exercise 6th 1969 Dan Bowles Vault T1st (18.40) Eric Courchesne Still Rings 7th (18.10) George Greenfield Floor Exercise 4th (18.05) 1971 Barney Peters Rings 4th Minoru Morisaki Floor Exercise 4th George Greenfield All-Around 8th 1974 Mark Lundy Still Rings 6th (18.50) Steve Posner Floor Exercise 6th (18.475) Tom Beach Horizontal Bar 2nd 1975 Tom Beach Vault 1st (n/a) Tom Weeden Horizontal Bar 2nd All-Around 6th Mark Adams Pommel Horse 4th Mark Lundy Rings 5th 1976 Tom Beach All-Around T2nd (108.70) High Bar 1st (19.15) Tom Weeden All-Around 7th (105.00) 1979 Michael Ares Vault 10th 1980 Tom Kratky Vault 8th 1981 Mike Bergman Pommel Horse T1st (9.85) Randy Wickstrom Vault 3rd (9.80) 1982 Billy Paul All-Around 7th (111.30) High Bar 2nd (9.80) Randy Wickstrom Vault 1st (9.90) Michael Bergman Pommel Horse 5th 1983 Randy Wickstrom Vault 3rd (9.85) James Fairchild Pommel Horse 1st (n/a) 1984 Randy Wickstrom Floor Exercise 9th (8.60) Vault 2nd (9.80) 1987 Steve Mikulak All-Around 6th (110.60) Bob Sundstrom All-Around 9th (109.80) Floor Exercise 3rd (n/a) 1988 Bob Sundstrom All-Around 5th (112.05) 1992 Jason Bertram Pommel Horse 2nd (9.85) 1993 James Guay Parallel Bars 3rd (9.20) 1994 Jason Bertram Pommel Horse 1st (9.55) 1995 Bryan Fox Still Rings 2nd (9.7875) 1996 David Kruse All-Around 6th (57.175) Floor Exercise 5th (9.8125) Vault 5th (9.50) Horizontal Bar 2nd (9.85) Trent Wells Parallel Bars 4th (9.70) Bryan Fox Still Rings 4th (9.775) Andrew Mason Parallel Bars 6th (9.6125) 1997 Trent Wells Vault 9th (9.200) Parallel Bars 3rd (9.8125) Horizontal Bar 2nd (9.775) David Kruse All-Around 5th (57.525) Horizontal Bar 2nd (9.775) Andrew Hampy Floor Exercise 2nd (9.800) E. Zherebchevskiy Still Rings 7th (9.7125) Parallel Bars 7th (8.750) Oleg Kosyak Floor Exercise 9th (9.425) 1998 Oleg Kosyak Floor 3rd (9.750) Vault 8th (9.175) Parallel Bars 3rd (9.6875) Horizontal Bar 4th (9.6625) Andrew Hampy Floor 6th (9.600 Vault 2nd (9.675) E. Zherebchevskiy Still Rings 4th (9.675) Parallel Bars 8th (8.250) Josh Birckelbaw Pommel Horse 1st (9.825) Tal Moscovitz Pommel Horse 4th (9.6875) Dave Eskildsen Horizontal Bar 3rd (9.7625) Alex Chansky Horizontal Bar 8th (9.200) 1999 Tal Moscovitz Floor Exercise 5th (9.6875) Pommel Horse 4th (9.675) 2000 Michael Ashe Horizontal Bar 1st (9.9000) Pommel Horse 3rd (9.9000) Andrew Hampy Floor Exercise 6th (9.6875) Vault 2nd (9.7870) Cody Moore Pommel Horse 4th (9.8250) All-Around 8th (57.650) Tal Moscovitz Pommel Horse 5th (9.7650) 2001 Michael Ashe Horizontal Bar 1st (9.512) Pommel Horse 4th (9.100) All-Around 8th (53.675) Tal Moscovitz Floor Excercise 8th (8.912) Cody Moore All-Around 3rd (54.775) Floor Exercise 9th (8.900) Parallel Bars 8th (7.950) Horizontal Bar 8th (8.075) David Lloyd Eaton Pommel Horse 6th (8.500) Horizontal Bar 9th (7.950) 2002 Cody Moore Parallel Bars 1st (9.125) Pommel Horse 2nd (9.512) Graham Ackerman Parallel Bars 6th (8.575) David Eaton Pommel Horse 6th (9.350) Jinjing Zhang Pommel Horse 8th (8.025) (National Champions in bold) 2002 Parallel Bar Champion Cody Moore 2003 California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide 11

12 CALIFORNIA RECORDS PARALLEL BARS Trent Wells CAL 3/14/ Oleg Kosyak ASU 3/15/ Karl Ziehn UCSB 3/11/00 David Kruse CAL 3/14/97 Andrew Mason CAL 3/5/95 C.J. Faust UCSB 3/15/96 HORIZONTAL BAR Trent Wells CAL 3/14/ Michael Ashe NCAA Iowa City 3/31/ Michael Ashe NCAA Iowa City 4/1/00 E. Zherebchevskiy last-cal 3/13/98 David Kruse last-stanford 4/26/96 Bob Sundstrom CAL 3/22/87 ALL-AROUND Oleg Kosyak UCSB 3/7/ Bob Sundstrom CAL 2/26/ Trent Wells CAL 3/14/97 Note: Bold indicates still active at Cal. The graduating class from the 1997 NCAA Champion team from left to right Andrew Mason, C.J. Faust, David Kruse, Trent Wells and Justin McCue. 12 David Kruse INDIVIDUAL FLOOR EXERCISE Bob Sundstrom CAL 3/22/ Andrew Hampy Stanford 1/22/00 Tal Moscovitz CAL 3/12/ Cody Moore Stanford 3/4/00 Tal Moscovitz MPSF Cham. Colorado Springs 1/18/00 Oleg Kosyak Stanford 1/31/98 Trent Wells Iowa 4/18/97 David Kruse Stanford 4/25/96 Randy Wickstrom CAL 3/24/84 POMMEL HORSE Jason Bertram CAL 3/19/ Michael Ashe NCAA Iowa City 3/31/00 Mike Bergman Stanford 2/19/ Cody Moore NCAA Iowa City 4/1/00 Josh Birckelbaw UCSB 3/7/98 STILL RINGS E. Zherebchevskiy Stanford 2/22/ Michael Ashe UCSB 3/11/00 Tal Moscovitz Stanford 3/4/ E. Zherebchevskiy UCSB 3/7/98 VAULT Randy Wickstrom CAL 3/24/ Oleg Kosyak ASU 3/15/98 Trent Wells Iowa 4/18/97 Bob Sundstrom CAL 4/3/ Jason Furr ASU 3/15/98 Oleg Kosyak last-cal 3/14/97 Billy Paul Nebraska 4/1/82 Gewin Sincharoen *** indicates score was adjusted for new rules implemented prior to 1995 season. Before that time, the top five individual scores from each event were used to compute team totals. For scores with (***), the fifthbest score was subtracted from each event s original total so that it is comparable to the current system of using the top four individual scores. TEAM FLOOR EXERCISE Nebraska 3/19/ Iowa 4/18/ New Mexico 4/5/97 POMMEL HORSE NCAA Iowa City 3/31/ UCSB 3/7/ CAL 3/14/97 STILL RINGS Stanford 2/22/ CAL 3/7/ UCSB 3/7/98 VAULT ASU 3/15/ Iowa 4/18/ *** CAL 3/22/85 PARALLEL BARS CAL 3/7/ NCAA Iowa City 3/30/ Iowa 4/18/ Iowa 4/17/97 HORIZONTAL BAR CAL 3/7/ Stanford 4/26/ CAL 3/13/ Stanford 4/25/96 TEAM TOTAL Iowa 4/18/ UCSB 3/7/ CAL 3/7/ California Men s Gymnastics Media Guide

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