See television broadcast schedule of the 2010 Pacific Coast Collegiate Classic posted below.
Welcome to the Pacific Coast Classic! We are excited to be celebrating our seventh year anniversary and look forward to your participation and attendance. Since our inaugural year in 2004, the Pacific Coast Classic has become one of the premier meets nationwide attracting thousands of athletes - from Jr. Olympians of all levels through to the finest Elites. This event showcases top collegiate gymnasts in the Pacific Coast Collegiate Classic with over 200 Jr. Olympic Level 10's and 130 Level 9's competing this year from around the country.
Level 9's and 10's compete on Friday and top qualifiers in the All-Around and individual events will have the opportunity to compete again on Saturday afternoon in the Pacific Coast Finals.
The annual Pacific Coast Classic is held in recognition and in support of men's collegiate gymnastics programs nationwide and is an opportunity to engage both junior and collegiate gymnasts in an endeavor that affects their own continuance in the sport. Find out more...
2010 Collegiate Classic Television Broadcast Schedule
Catch an hour of television highlights of the 2010 Pacific Coast Collegiate Classic men's gymnastics competition in HD on Comcast Sports Net! 1984 Olympic Gold Medalists, Peter Vidmar and Tim Daggett, provide colorful commentary for the show which also includes a special feature segment on supporting men's collegiate gymnastics programs in the USA.
The air dates are as follows (check your local listings as last-minute schedule changes sometimes occur):
Comcast Sports Net Bay Area: San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California, Central California, Southern Oregon, Northwestern Nevada (Lake Tahoe, Reno, Carson City)
Tue 3/23/10 - 8:00 PM PT
Fri 3/26/10 - 4:00 PM PT
Sat 3/27/10 - 3:00 PM PT
Fri 4/2/10 - 2:00 PM PT
Mountain West Sports Network: Arizona, California (Orange County, San Diego), Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Wyoming
Fri 3/26/10 - 8:30 PM MT
Sat 3/27/10 - 12:00 PM MT
Sat 3/27/10 - 10:00 PM MT
Wed 3/31/10 - 9:30 PM MT
Comcast Sports Net Chicago: Chicago Metro, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Southern Wisconsin
Sat 3/27/10 - 5:30 PM CT
Comcast Sports Net Northwest: Oregon, Washington
Thu 4/11/10 - 4:00 PM PT
Sun 4/14/10 - 7:00 PM PT
Fri 4/19/10 - 8:00 AM PT
Comcast Sports Net California: Northern California, Oregon, Western Nevada, San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento
Fri 3/26/10 - 2:00 PM PT
Sat 3/27/10 - 11:00 PM PT
Tue 3/30/10 - 10:00 PM PT
The show can be seen NATIONWIDE via satellite. Tune in and enjoy the show!
2010 Collegiate Preview
The Pacific Coast Collegiate Classic will highlight the Japan Collegiate All-Star Team vs. Cal, Stanford, University of Iowa, Arizona State University, and University of Washington on Saturday, Feb. 20, 7:30 to 9:30 PM, at the Oakland Convention Center, 1001 Broadway in Oakland.
Japan is returning to defend their title and face reigning NCAA National champions Stanford. The talented All-Star Team is coached by some of Japanís best, Takahiro Moriizumi, Koichi Mizushima, and Mutsumi Harada. Moriizumi was head coach of Japanís Olympic Team that won the Gold Medal in 2004 and Silver Medal in 2008. Mizushima competed at the Seoul Games and is a 1988 Olympic Bronze Medalist. Harada was a 2000 Olympian for Japan in Sydney, assistant coach for the 2004 Olympic team, and former assistant coach at Stanford University (2005-06).
Sophomore Riku Munakata returns, a spectacular vaulter who took second last year after his teammate, Go Tagashira, who was Japan's best on this event last year. Also returning is sophomore Kazuaki Koizumi who placed third on high bar.
Collegiate gymnasts to watch include athletes who were selected to represent the United States in international competition. They include members of the 2009 and 2010 U.S. Men's Senior National Teams.
2009 and 2010 USA Senior National Team Members
Kyle Bunthuwong, U.C. Berkeley - 2009, 2010
Alex Buscaglia, Stanford University - 2009
Tim Gentry, Stanford University - 2009, 2010
Glen Ishino, U.C. Berkeley - 2009, 2010
Danell Leyva, Universal Gymnastics, Florida - 2009, 2010
Leyva competed in the 2009 World Championships at the age of 17 and finished fourth in the world on high bar.
The Pacific Coast Elite/Finals are an exciting mix of Collegiate, Elites and Juniors on Saturday afternoon preceding the Collegiate Classic. The top Level 9 and Level 10 Jr. Olympic gymnasts in the All-Around and on the individual events from Friday's qualifier will compete for top honors in this highly anticipated session.
Jr. Olympic Sessions
The caliber of competition is high and you can expect to see some high-flying, daring gymnastics. The following U.S. Junior National Team Members will be competing in the J.O. sessions and likely again in the Pacific Coast Finals:
Current USA Junior 16-18 National Team Members
Jesse Silverstein, U.S. Gymnastics Development Center II, New Jersey - Level 10
Current USA Junior 14-15 National Team Members
Jacob Dastrup, Arete Gymnastics, Utah - Level 10
Jonathan Deaton, Tim Daggett Gold Medal Gymnastics, Massachusetts - Level 10
Jesse Glenn, SCATS Gymnastics, California - Level 10
Maximillian Mayr, Universal Gymnastics, Florida - Level 10
Samuel Mikulak, SCATS Gymnastics, California - Level 10
Current USA Junior 12-13 National Team Members
Jeffrey Frantom, Gymcats Gymnastics, Nevada - Level 9
Nicholas Spiro, New Hope Gymnastics, California - Level 10
2009-10 National Future Stars Developmental Team Members
These talented gymnasts are some of USA's future Olympic hopefuls and will be competing in the Pacific Coast Classic Jr. Olympic sessions:
Carter Webb, Oregon Gymnastics Academy, Oregon - Level 7
Christopher McCord, World Class Gymnastics, Virginia - Level 9
Max Andrioushenko, Lakeshore Academy, Illinois - Level 7
Dillan King, Arete Gymnastics, Utah - Level 7
Cobey Pava, Lakeshore Academy, Illinois - Level 7
Cory McFann, Hocking Valley Gymnastics, Ohio - Level 9
Trevor North, Hocking Valley Gymnastics, Ohio - Level 9
Michael Chan, Champion Gymnastics, Kentucky - Level 9
Max Maynard, Platinum Gymnastics, California - Level 9
Michael Burns, Hocking Valley Gymnastics, Ohio - Level 9
Marcos Gathino, Universal Gymnastics, Florida - Level 9
J. J. Litster, Arete Gymnastics, Utah - Level 9
Rafael Javellana, Universal Gymnastics, Florida - Level 9
Kimble Mahler, Arete Gymnastics, Utah - Level 9
Alec Yoder, Indy School of Gymnastics, Indiana - Level 9
Harrison Plate, JDR Gymnastics, California - Level 9
Farrell Baker, Black Hills Gymnastics, Washington - Level 9
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