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Men’s gymnastics sign two

BY DI STAFF | DECEMBER 04, 2009 7:30 AM

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For the first time in head coach Tom Dunn's 30-year career, an Iowa City native will compete on the Iowa men’s gymnastics team starting in 2011.

Dunn announced two gymnasts, Iowa City native Lance Alberhasky and Aurora, Ill., native Angelo Bronzino, signed national letters of intent for the 2011 season.

“We are very excited about out commitments from Lance and Agelo,” Dunn said in a statement. “Both athletes are just beginning to come into their own, and the Hawkeyes will reap the benefits of their progress during the next four years.”

Alberhasky, from Regina High School, won state on the pommel horse, rings, and parallel bars as a junior, and he is expected to do the same this season. The Iowa City native has also qualified for the Junior Olympic Championships for the last seven years.

Bronzino, from Batavia High School, Ill., competes on the Bartlett Gymnastics Club. Three other Hawkeyes, sophomore Blaine Klaczak and freshmen Matt McGrath and Timm Krueger, are also alumni from the Bartlett Club, which won the 2009 National Club Championships.

Bronzino is also a five-time qualifier for the Junior Olympic Championships.

— by Clark Cahill


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