Rob has absolutely no hesitation in putting in the work necessary to excel both in and out of the gym and quite simply, thrives on the challenge of gymnastics…He finished 10th in our team point standings during his first year of competition and is likely to be a dynamic part of this year’s pommel horse squad that has the potential to be one of the Tribe’s best ever … Rob will also see competition on the rings while contributing significantly to the parallel bars squad with his rapid development on this event where he finished fifth in last year’s State Open…Rob is a leader by example who competed for Vladimir and Elena Koloskov at Tataru’s Gymnastics before coming to William and Mary…Rob will soon be declaring government as his major…He is the son of Bill and Cindy Meyer.
Fixture in W&M’s pommel horse, rings and parallel bars lineups … Earned All-ECAC honors on parallel bars after placing second at the championship meet with a 14.2 … Competed as an individual qualifier on parallel bars at the NCAA Championships … Earned career highs on pommel horse (14.0) and parallel bars (14.4) during the opening day of competition at the ECAC Championships … His score on parallel bars ranks tied for 10th in W&M's record book ... Recorded a career-best 14.1 on rings at the USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships … ECAC All-Academic Team honoree … College Gymnastics Association first-team Academic All-American Scholar-Athlete ...
Competed primarily on pommel horse, but also performed on rings, parallel bars and high bar … Earned a season-high 13.85 on pommel horse at the USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships … Posted a season-high 13.65 on parallel bars …
• First-Team Academic All-American Scholar-Athlete (2015)
• All-ECAC - parallel bars (2015)
• ECAC All-Academic Team (2015)
• Ranks 10th at W&M on parallel bars
Meyer's Career Highs
PH - 14.0 at ECAC Championships (3/27/15)
R - 14.1 at USAG Collegiate Championships (3/20/15)
PB - 14.4 at ECAC Championships (3/27/15)