Brin Cavallero is an accomplished multi-sport athlete, gymnast, and two-time American Ninja Warrior competitor. As a mom of three daughters, Brin has a passion for building confident, hard-working, independent qualities in young gymnasts and developing the whole athlete. Through positive coaching focused on a growth mindset and athlete education, gymnasts learn valuable life lessons that they will utilize in all aspects of life. By providing regular access to sports psychology and nutrition professionals, gymnasts learn how to mentally prepare for the various challenges in gymnastics and adequately fuel their growing bodies. As a certified NASM trainer and biology major from Lewis and Clark College, Brin uses her knowledge of resistance strength training, injury prevention, and the science of muscle recovery to benefit the overall health of the gymnasts.
The MAC Gymnastics program gives kids a place to learn new skills in a noncompetitive, positive environment. We have small classes geared toward beginners through intermediate levels. Our gymnastics instructors know how to keep things light and fun while focusing on form and technique.
The Mid-American Conference gymnastics championships is the conference championship meet for women's gymnastics in the Mid-American Conference, a Division I member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). All conference members qualify for the championship meet, which is held in three rounds. The tournament began in 1981 and is rotated between the home arenas of the seven conference members. Through the 2021 championship, Central Michigan has won the most championships with 16, followed by Kent State with 12.
The championship was organized in 1981 after the Mid-American Conference added women's gymnastics as a sponsored sport. The NCAA began sponsoring women's gymnastics as a sport in 1981 and held the first championship tournament in 1982. Prior to 1981, most MAC member schools had women's gymnastics teams who competed in the Division for Girls' and Women's Sports (DGWS), which staged its first national championship in 1968. The DGWS later became the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) in 1973. Teams also participated in regional and state-level championship meets, such as the Ohio Association of Intercollegiate Sports for Women and the Midwest Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. Many of the programs were founded in the mid-1970s as a result of Title IX, though some programs originated earlier as clubs, such as Kent State in 1959.
Robertson Gymnasium, affectionately known as Rob Gym, comprises a main gymnasium as well as numerous auxiliary spaces. Built in 1959 as one of the first buildings at UC Santa Barbara, Rob Gym remains a hub of student activity. Rob Gym's main gymnasium is the home of the UCSB men's intercollegiate volleyball team, Exercise & Sport Studies activity classes, intramural leagues and numerous special events. Rob Gym's main court is a multi-use space which can be used for volleyball, basketball, badminton, large dances, gymnastics competitions, lectures, concerts, or other special events. The main gym can be configured for up to 2 basketball courts or 3 volleyball courts (bleachers retracted) or 1 main court for each sport with bleacher seating for spectators. Approximate seating in the bleachers is 1500. Floor seating varies.Other spaces located as part of the Robertson Gymnasium complex include; UCSB Sport Club Athletic Performance Center (APC), the Sport Club Athletic Training Room, a gymnastics room, fitness studios, locker rooms as well as many Recreation Department offices.The main gymnasium was remodeled in 2015 during phase 1 of the "Flip the Switch-for Student Recreation" fee referendum.The gym and auxiliary spaces are not available for drop in use.Rental and reservation information can be obtained by contacting the Recreation Department Scheduling Officer at email@example.com
KALAMAZOO -- The Western Michigan University gymnastics team(5-3 overall, 3-1 MAC) claimed its third Mid-American Conferencedual meet of the season with a 191.275-189.950 victory over EasternMichigan Friday night (Feb. 11) at Warner Gymnasium. WMU was comingoff a third-place finish at the Michigan Classic on Sunday (Feb.6). EMU finished fifth at the same event.
The No. 3 Gator gymnastics team (1-0, 0-0 SEC) opened the 2013 season Friday with a win over Ball State (0-1, 0-0 MAC) in front of a Stephen C. O'Connell Center crowd of 3,768. The Gators matched their third-highest season opening total, 196.575, to take the win over the Cardinals, who earned a 190.55. 2b1af7f3a8