2007 (First Team)
Saw action in 10 meets ... solely competed in the floor exercise and vault ... scored higher than an 8.0 seven times in the floor exercise and twice on the vault ... kicked off the year with a solid showing in the Navy Open ... scored a season-best 8.5 on the vault and an 8.05 in the floor exercise ... produced an 8.0 in both disciplines in the Star Meet at Army ... earned a season-high 8.3 from the judges in a tri-meet at William & Mary with Penn State ... came up with the same score less than a month later at the USAG Collegiate Division Championship ... placed third in the floor exercise with an 8.2 against James Madison.
Competed nine times during his sophomore season, focusing in the floor exercise and vault ... scored higher than an 8.0 in all seven of his performances on the vault ... placed 12th in the floor exercise in the ECAC Championship with a season-best score of 8.35 ... finished seventh during the opening day of the USAG Collegiate Championship with a season-best 8.875-point effort on the vault ... produced the same score in placing fourth in the Navy Open.
Served in the floor exercise and vault events during his freshman season ... registered a season-best 8.65 score in the floor exercise at the USA Collegiate Championship, placing 17th ... posted a 9.0 score on the vault at the ECAC Championship ... finished in fifth-place on the floor exercise at Temple ... placed ninth on the vault at William & Mary.
Attended Easton High School ... three-time Maryland State Champion ... competed on the Junior Olympic National Team in 2004 ... named Clark's Gymnastics Gymnast of the Year in 2001.
Son of Richard Fritz and Suzanne Sanders ... majoring in economics ... born July 6, 1986, in Easton, Md.
How gymnastics prepares him for the future...
"The most notable attribute that gymnastics has given me is mental fortitude. Between practice and competition, a gymnast has to develop not only physical but mental toughness."