Collegiate Bests: Floor Exercise: 14.700 Pommel Horse: 14.300 Still Rings: 14.200 Vault: 14.700 Parallel Bars: 15.450 High Bar: 14.850 All-Around: 84.900 As a Sophomore in 2013: Earned All-America honor on parallel bars ... claimed a first-place finish on parallel bars with a career-best 15.450 at the NCAA Team Finals (April 20) ... finished sixth on parallel bars (14.750) in the NCAA Individual Event Finals (April 21) ... scored career-bests of 15.450 on parallel bars and 14.300 on pommel horse at the NCAA Championships Finals (April 20) ... placed fifth on high bar (14.550) and eighth on parallel bars (14.650) at the NCAA Championships Semifinals ... finished first on high bar with a 14.450 in the first meet on the season at California (Jan. 13) ... tied for sixth on parallel bars (14.400) and 13th on high bar (13.950) at the MPSF Championships (April 6) ... claimed two regular season victories on parallel bars, first at the Stanford Open (Jan. 19) with a 14.750 and then at Army and Springfield (March 9) with a 15.250 ... made nine of 10 lineups on parallel bars and high bar, and made three appearances on vault and pommel horse ... MPSF All-Academic team.
As a Freshman in 2012: Competed in all-around in first three meets of season...posted season-high of 84.90 at the Stanford Open...set highs of 14.700 on floor (Stanford Open), 14.200 on pommel horse (Stanford Open), 14.200 on still rings (at Cal), 14.700 on vault (Stanford Open), 14.000 on parallel bars (Cal) and 14.400 on high bar (Stanford Open).
High School: Competed at 2011 Junior Olympic Championships finishing third on high bar, fourth on pommel horse and eighth in all-around ... took fourth on pommel horse and ninth in all-around at 2011 VISA Championships.
Personal: Parents are Hiram Knott and Lynne Weber ... has a brother, Steven.
Getting To Know Brian Knott
New York, N.Y.
The best thing about Stanford is:
The mentality that people have here; stressing the importance of enjoying life while working hard.