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April 24, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Second-ranked Stanford led the team qualifying and Cardinal Jair Lynch topped the all-around qualifiers in the first round of the NCAA men's gymnastics championships. The Cardinal totaled 287.20 points to advance as the top team. Top-ranked Nebraska had to rally in its final two events with a school record 48.80 on the parallel bars and a 48.50 on the high bar to claim second. Lynch's all-around total was 58.50, with Scott Keswick of UCLA second at 58.225.
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June 28, 1996 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The judges call them compulsories, the gymnasts call them a royal pain in the apparatus, but for the 14 young men aspiring to make this year's U.S. Olympic team, they are finally done--and, better yet, about to shoved under the mat for good. "These were the last compulsories we'll ever have in this country in a domestic competition," U.S. men's gymnastics coach Peter Kormann grandly announced at the Olympic trials Thursday night at the FleetCenter.
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June 10, 1991 | From Associated Press
Scott Keswick, a UCLA junior, won on the still rings, vault and parallel bars Sunday to become the only triple winner in the finals of the U.S. Gymnastics Championships. Keswick, from Las Vegas, missed a fourth title when he lost his grip on a blind move on the horizontal bar and fell to the mat. Sunday's event finals weren't part of the official competition, which concluded Saturday. The top six scorers in the 10 events of the championship qualified to compete Sunday.
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June 26, 1996 | MIKE DOWNEY
He was this 8-year-old kid from Las Vegas who first got interested in gymnastics in . . . Iran? There were trampolines for the children of the military personnel to play on, and Scott Keswick's father, stationed there with the U.S. Air Force in the tension-filled late '70s, was glad that his little boy had found something to keep him occupied. Keswick really got the hang of it. Back in the States, he caught Kurt Thomas' act at the 1984 L.A.
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April 21, 1991 | Special to The Times
UCLA junior Scott Keswick tied for first on the parallel bars and placed second overall Saturday night during the individual competition at NCAA gymnastics meet. John Roethlisberger of Minnesota won the all-around title. Keswick led Roethlisberger going into the pommel horse event but was outscored, 9.25 to 8.2. Mark Sohn of Penn State scored a 10 on the pommel horse to win his fourth consecutive title.
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June 28, 1996 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The judges call them compulsories, the gymnasts call them a royal pain in the apparatus, but for the 14 young men aspiring to make this year's U.S. Olympic team, they are finally done--and, better yet, about to shoved under the mat for good. "These were the last compulsories we'll ever have in this country in a domestic competition," U.S. men's gymnastics coach Peter Kormann grandly announced at the Olympic trials Thursday night at the FleetCenter.
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June 26, 1996 | MIKE DOWNEY
He was this 8-year-old kid from Las Vegas who first got interested in gymnastics in . . . Iran? There were trampolines for the children of the military personnel to play on, and Scott Keswick's father, stationed there with the U.S. Air Force in the tension-filled late '70s, was glad that his little boy had found something to keep him occupied. Keswick really got the hang of it. Back in the States, he caught Kurt Thomas' act at the 1984 L.A.
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April 26, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Minnesota's John Roethlisberger held off UCLA's Scott Keswick for a second consecutive year to win the NCAA all-around men's gymnastics title at Lincoln, Neb. Roethlisberger finished with 116.075 points. Keswick, who was named the nation's top senior gymnast earlier in the week, finished with 115.825. Keswick came back to win the individual title on the still rings Saturday night.
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February 10, 1996 | MARYANN HUDSON
Several Olympians and Olympic hopefuls will be among the competitors today in the UCLA/Gilda Marx gymnastics invitational at Pauley Pavilion. The meet, which begins at 2 p.m., features men's and women's college teams and a UCLA men's alumni squad, which includes Olympian Scott Keswick. This will be Keswick's first major competition since suffering a back injury last March and an important hurdle in his comeback as he aims toward Atlanta this summer.
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April 24, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Second-ranked Stanford led the team qualifying and Cardinal Jair Lynch topped the all-around qualifiers in the first round of the NCAA men's gymnastics championships. The Cardinal totaled 287.20 points to advance as the top team. Top-ranked Nebraska had to rally in its final two events with a school record 48.80 on the parallel bars and a 48.50 on the high bar to claim second. Lynch's all-around total was 58.50, with Scott Keswick of UCLA second at 58.225.
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June 10, 1991 | From Associated Press
Scott Keswick, a UCLA junior, won on the still rings, vault and parallel bars Sunday to become the only triple winner in the finals of the U.S. Gymnastics Championships. Keswick, from Las Vegas, missed a fourth title when he lost his grip on a blind move on the horizontal bar and fell to the mat. Sunday's event finals weren't part of the official competition, which concluded Saturday. The top six scorers in the 10 events of the championship qualified to compete Sunday.
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April 21, 1991 | Special to The Times
UCLA junior Scott Keswick tied for first on the parallel bars and placed second overall Saturday night during the individual competition at NCAA gymnastics meet. John Roethlisberger of Minnesota won the all-around title. Keswick led Roethlisberger going into the pommel horse event but was outscored, 9.25 to 8.2. Mark Sohn of Penn State scored a 10 on the pommel horse to win his fourth consecutive title.
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