The Arizona State Men's Gymnastics team is looking for hard-working individuals who want to improve not only their gymnastics, but their lives as well. Being a part of this team will give you the opportunity to compete against the best gymnasts in the country, travel to foreign lands, and learn life lessons that will prepare you for the rest of your life.
Each year the team competes against many NCAA and Club teams such as; Stanford, Cal, Oklahoma, Illinois, Washington, William and Mary, Nebraska, and even the members of the Olympic Training Center. In past years the team has competed against Olympic team members Jason Gatson, and Brett McClure at the Rocky Mountain Open held at the Air Force Academy.
A few of the gymnasts have chosen to reach for higher goals and try for the national team.
ASU Recruit Questionnaire
Would you like to join the ASU team? Fill out the questionnaire form listed at the bottom. Once we receive your form Coach Rob Survick will give a call. You can either fax (480)820-4147 or email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download Recruit Questionnaire
Currently ASU only has a Book Scholarship that is awarded to any team gymnasts that applies for it and has met all criteria for the scholarship. If you should like to apply please download the application and hand into your head coach.
Download Scholarship Application
In years past the ASU team has had the opportunity to travel to Mexico to compete, and are looking a doing this again in the near future. Definitely an opportunity no other College team can offer.
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- 10 minute team warm up
- 10 minute personal warm-up and rehab
- 10 minute tramp and air sense development
- 3 events and conditioning each day
The team trains at our own training facility just 10 minutes from campus. Aspire Kids Sports Center is a fully equipped Elite Training Center. Team members without their own vehicle carpool to/from practice.