Men's gymnastics wins first-ever Big Ten title; now ranks No. 2

April 04, 2003

The No. 2-ranked Penn State men's gymnastics team scored a season-high 37.100 in its final rotation on floor to clinch its first-ever Big Ten championship on Friday night at St. John Arena in Columbus, Ohio. The Nittany Lions scored a 220.550 to finish ahead of two-time defending champion and host Ohio State (218.600) and Iowa (215.600). Junior Kevin Tan won the rings (9.725) and high bars (9.300) competitions and was second on pommel horse (9.400) and third on parallel bars (9.175) to lead the Lions in the victory. For more on this story, go to

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