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[Photo Story] Men’s Gymnastics Wins THON 2018 Pep Rally For Team East

THON 2018 continues to exceed expectations as the men’s gymnastics team repeated as the champions of the Pep Rally with an exciting performance on Saturday night.

The men’s gymnastics team brought the win home to the East team captained by Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman and Super Bowl champion Stefan Wisniewski. The former offensive lineman threw up the number one after his side took down the men’s golf team in the finals, led by the West’s team captain, Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Jesse James.

Here’s a glimpse at the THON 2018 Pep Rally through the lenses of our staff photographers:

Stefen Wisniewski wasn’t shy following his recent Super Bowl championship, repping his Philadelphia Eagles jersey with the Super Bowl patch. (Photo: Patrick Spurlock)
Women’s fencing took their costumes to a super high level, dressing up as superheroes for their performance. (Photo: Patrick Spurlock)
Yetur Gross-Minaj? Defensive end Yetur Gross-Matos pulled out this outfit to channel his inner Nicki during the football team’s performance. (Photo: Matt Sniegowski)
The Nittany Lion might be more photogenic than anyone else at the BJC this weekend. (Photo: Patrick Spurlock)
The men’s golf team finished the night as the runner-up, representing the West team in the final round before losing to the men’s gymnastics team. (Photo: Matt Sniegowski)
The football team is always a huge hit at the Pep Rally, and these guys didn’t disappoint on Saturday night. (Photo: Matt Sniegowski)
The other No. 26, Jonathan Sutherland shows off his leaping ability at the BJC that will soon be on display on Saturdays at Beaver Stadium. (Photo: Matt Sniegowski)
Always humble, always For The Kids. Jack Baldwin of the men’s gymnastics team flashes up his diamond sign during the team’s second consecutive Pep Rally victory. (Photo: Matt Sniegowski)
This man just can’t lose, can he? Another week, another win for Wisniewski. (Photo: Patrick Spurlock)

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Mitch Stewart

Mitch is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism from Roanoke, Virginia. In addition to his role with Onward State, Mitch talks about all the #sprots on Penn State's CommRadio. To contact Mitch, feel free to send him an e-mail at [email protected], and if you really don't value your social media accounts, follow him as he yells on Twitter about Penn State basketball @mitchystew.

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