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  Adam Stanton
Adam Stanton

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Centennial, Colo.

High School:
Smoky Hill

Height:
5-8

Position:
All-Around


College Gymnastics Association Academic All-American:
• Second Team - 2008

NCAA Championship Competitor:
• Pommel Horse - 2006

NCAA Qualifying Meet Competitor:
• Pommel Horse - 2006, 2007, 2008
• Parallel Bars - 2006, 2007, 2008
• Still Rings - 2008

USAG Collegiate Division All-American:
• Pommel Horse - 2006 (Champion), 2008 (Champion)
• Parallel Bars - 2007, 2008
• Still Rings - 2008

ECAC Medalist:
• Pommel Horse - 2007 (Champion), 2008 (Champion)

USAG Collegiate Division National Gymnast of the Week:
• Jan. 24, 2008

ECAC Gymnast of the Week:
• Jan. 23, 2008

2008:
Produced a stellar season on the pommel horse, still rings and parallel bars ... finished the year ranked 11th nationally on the pommel horse, 32nd on the parallel bars and 46th on the still rings ... won on the pommel horse eight times and once on the parallel bars ... finished among the meet's top-three gymnasts 10 times on the pommel horse, six times on the still rings and five times on the parallel bars ... was Navy's top performer on the pommel horse nine times, still rings six times and parallel bars four times ... produced a 14.0 or higher on the parallel bars 12 times, still rings nine times and parallel bars eight times ... competed at the NCAA Qualifying Meet in all three events ... claimed the pommel horse title at the ECAC Championship for the second-straight season ... produced a 14.10 in the qualifying round before delivering an impressive, season-high 14.75-point routine in the finals ... also scored a season-best 14.45 on the still rings during the qualifying round ... one week prior, he earned All-America status in all three events at the USAG Collegiate Division Championship ... he won the pommel horse title for the second-consecutive year, while he placed second on the parallel bars with a season-high 14.85 and finished fourth on the still rings ... won on the pommel horse at the West Point Open, marking Navy's first title at the event since 2001 ... had a strong showing in the Star Meet against Army, as he won the pommel horse (14.50) and landed second on the still rings (14.25) and parallel bars (13.95).

2007:
Delivered a strong sophomore year on the pommel horse, still rings and parallel bars ... won the pommel horse once and finished among the top-three gymnasts in an event four times ... recorded an 8.0 or higher seven times on the pommel horse, six times on the parallel bars and twice on the still rings ... paced the Midshipmen on the pommel horse and the parallel bars twice on the year ... advanced to the NCAA Qualifying Meet in the pommel horse and parallel bars ... won the pommel horse finals at the ECAC Championship with a score of 8.65 ... placed second in the event at the James Madison Invitational ... would also finish second in the event with a season-best mark of 8.75 in a tri-meet at Temple with Army ... came in second place during the preliminary round of the USAG Collegiate Division Championship with an 8.45-point performance ... delivered a solid showing in the Star Meet at Army ... recorded season-high scores on the parallel bars (8.7) and the still rings (8.45) ... also produced an 8.3 on the pommel horse.

2006:
Provided a solid freshman season in Annapolis, serving mostly in the pommel horse, still rings and parallel bars events ... scored an 8.0 or higher on the pommel horse nine times, six times on the parallel bars and twice on the still rings ... boasted the team's highest score on the pommel horse four times and once on the parallel bars ... finished among the top-three on the pommel horse on six occasions ... claimed the gold during the pommel horse finals at the USAG Collegiate Championship with an 8.45 mark ... advanced to the finals with an 8.6 showing one day before during the team and all-around competition ... scored an 8.4 from the judges on the parallel bars to win the event at MIT/Springfield ... registered an 8.25 during the opening day of both the ECAC and USAG Collegiate Championship on the still rings ... also competed in the floor exercise and vault in the Navy Open, recording marks of 8.1 and 8.55, respectively.

Before Navy:
Went to Smoky Hill High School ... two-time Junior Olympic National finalist in the all-around ... Colorado State Champion in the all-around competition ... six-time Junior Olympic National qualifier ... Regional team member from 2003-05.

Personal:
Son of Douglas and Susan Stanton ... majoring in systems engineering ... born April 9, 1987, in Denver, Colo.

01/16/15 vs West Point Open - Team 7:00 PM
01/17/15 vs West Point Open - Ind Finals 7:00 PM
01/24/15 Navy Open 2:00 PM
02/01/15 William & Mary 3:00 PM
02/07/15 vs All-Academy Championships 1:00 PM

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