Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League

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The Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League (EIGL) is an NCAA Division I college athletic conference which sponsors men’s gymnastics. It is an affiliate of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC).[1]

Members[edit]

See footnote[2]

Championships[edit]

Year Champion 2nd Place 3rd Place
1926 Pennsylvania unknown unknown
1927 Dartmouth unknown unknown
1928 Princeton unknown unknown
1929 Navy unknown unknown
1930 Navy (2) unknown unknown
1931 Navy (3) unknown unknown
1932 Navy (4) unknown unknown
1933 Navy (5) unknown unknown
1934 Navy (6) unknown unknown
1935 Army / Navy (7) / Temple none; shared title none; shared title
1936 Temple (2) unknown unknown
1937 Army (2) / Temple (3) none; shared title unknown
1938 Army (3) unknown unknown
1939 Temple (4) unknown unknown
1940 Navy (8) unknown unknown
1941 Temple (5) unknown unknown
1942 Penn State unknown unknown
1943 Penn State (2) unknown unknown
1944 Navy (9) unknown unknown
1945-1946 not held
1947 Penn State (3) unknown unknown
1948 Penn State (4) unknown unknown
1949 Temple (6) unknown unknown
1950 Army (4) / Syracuse none; shared title unknown
1951 Army (5) unknown unknown
1952 Army (6) unknown unknown
1953 Penn State (5) unknown unknown
1954 Penn State (6) unknown unknown
1955 Penn State (7) unknown unknown
1956 Army (7) Penn State Navy
1957 Penn State (8) unknown unknown
1958 Army (8) unknown unknown
1959 Penn State (9) unknown unknown
1960 Army (9) Penn State Navy
1961 Navy (10) Penn State Army
1962 Army (10) Penn State Syracuse
1963 Syracuse (2) Penn State Army
1964 Temple (7) Penn State Army
1965 Penn State (10) unknown unknown
1966 Penn State (11) unknown Temple
1967 Penn State (12) / Springfield none; shared title Temple
1968 Penn State (13) / Temple (8) none; shared title Navy
1969 Penn State (14) Temple Massachusetts
1970 Springfield (2) Temple Penn State
1971 Penn State (15) Springfield Massachusetts
1972 Penn State (16) Massachusetts Springfield
1973 Penn State (17) Navy Temple
1974 Penn State (18) Temple Southern Connecticut
1975 Southern Connecticut Springfield Massachusetts
1976 Southern Connecticut (2) Temple Springfield
1977 Southern Connecticut (3) Temple Springfield
1978 Southern Connecticut (4) Army Syracuse
1979 Southern Connecticut (5) unknown unknown
1980 Southern Connecticut (6) Army Syracuse
1981 Southern Connecticut (7) / Temple (9) none; shared title Syracuse
1982 Southern Connecticut (8) Temple Navy/Syracuse
1983 Southern Connecticut (9) Navy East Stroudsburg
1984 Southern Connecticut (10) East Stroudsburg Syracuse
1985 East Stroudsburg / Temple (10) none; shared title Southern Connecticut
1986 Temple (11) Navy Southern Connecticut
1987 Navy (11) Temple Massachusetts
1988 Navy (12) Temple Southern Connecticut
1989 Navy (13) Temple Massachusetts
1990 Temple (12) Navy Syracuse
1991 Temple (13) Syracuse Army
1992 Temple (14) Syracuse Massachusetts
1993 Temple (15) Syracuse Army
1994 Temple (16) Syracuse Army
1995 Temple (17) Syracuse Massachusetts
1996 Temple (18) Syracuse Massachusetts
1997 Temple (19) Massachusetts Syracuse
1998 Temple (20) Massachusetts Navy
1999 Massachusetts Army William & Mary
2000 Massachusetts (2) Temple William & Mary
2001 Massachusetts (3) Temple William & Mary
2002 Temple (21) Massachusetts William & Mary
2003 Temple (22) Army William & Mary
2004 Illinois-Chicago Army Temple/William & Mary
2005 Army (11) Temple William & Mary
2006 William & Mary Navy Temple
2007 Temple (23) Illinois-Chicago Army
2008 Temple (24) William & Mary Illinois-Chicago
2009 Illinois-Chicago (2) Navy William & Mary
2010 Illinois-Chicago (3) Temple William & Mary
2011 Illinois-Chicago (4) Temple William & Mary
2012 Temple (25) Springfield Illinois-Chicago
2013 Temple (26) William & Mary Illinois-Chicago
2014 Army (12) Temple William & Mary
See footnotes[3][4]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Affiliates. Eastern College Athletic Conference. Retrieved 2010-02-27.
  2. ^ In April 2009, MIT eliminated eight sports teams, including men's gymnastics. See: MIT Engineers.
  3. ^ "EIGL/ECAC Champions 1926 and on" (on "History" page). Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League webpage (Eastern College Athletic Conference official website). Retrieved 2010-08-21.
  4. ^ "Championship Results" page. Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League webpage (Eastern College Athletic Conference official website). Retrieved 2010-02-27.

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