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     Philip Goss
    Philip Goss


    Kenosha, Wis.

    High School:


    Multiple Events

    2006: Selected as a co-captain of the team for the 2006 season.

    2005: Competed in nine meets during the season...NCAA individual event qualifier on pommel and parallel bars...placed fourth on pommel horse against Minnesota on Jan. 29 with an 8.650...tied for the second-leading score on the team on parallel bars with an 8.350 at Illinois...placed fifth on pommel (8.150) and third on parallel bars (8.5) against Air Force and Arizona State on Mar. 18...picked up a third-place finish on pommel horse with a career-best score of 8.850 and a fourth-place ranking on bars by matching his career best of 8.55 against Air Force and Arizona State on Mar. 20.

    2004: Strong contributor on pommel horse and parallel bars...competed in eight meets, including the national championships...made season debut against then-No. 1 Ohio State with an 8.6 on pommel...posted an 8.8 on pommel horse at ECAC Championships, just missing a qualifying berth for the conference individual event finals on the event by a tenth of a point...led off on pommel and parallel bars for the Flames at the NCAA national qualifying session, taking an 8.250 on pommel horse and an 8.250 on bars. 2003: Competed on the pommel horse and parallel bars for UIC in his rookie campaign...recorded a season-best score of 8.80, good for third place, on the pommel horse versus Army on March 9...also collected his career-best score on the parallel bars versus Army with a tally of 8.55...took third on the pommel horse with a score of 8.70 versus Air Force on February 28.

    2002: Redshirted his first season at UIC, retaining four years of eligibility.

    Prep/Personal: Competed for Racine Gymnastics center...helped Tremper to conference championships in 1998 and 1999...placed second in the conference all-around competition in 1999 and third in 1998...son of Bob and Sue Goss...born May 22, 1983...majoring in physical and elementary education.