William and Mary posted a team total of 417.050 while Navy posted a total of 401.650.
The Tribe had a very successful rotation on floor exercise. Freshman Neal Courter won the apparatus with a 14.600. Junior Landon Funiciello took second with a 14.450 and junior Daniel Potemski tied for third with a 14.100.
William and Mary also swept vault. Courter won the apparatus with a 15.000 followed by Funiciello with a 14.800. Potemski took third with a 14.700.
The Tribe claimed the top three spots on parallel bars as well. Potemski and Funiciello won the title, each posting a 14.300. Sophomore JJ Jindra placed third with a 13.750.
Still rings gave the Tribe some issues, forcing the team to keep a 12.300 and a 12.400. But Funiciello was able to help his team by posting a 15.000, also winning the apparatus. Jindra took third with a 14.200.
The team also struggled on high bar, having to count several scores in the 13 range. But Potemski once again scored the team high and won the apparatus with a 14.050.
In the all-around, Potemski took the top spot with a total of 85.650. Akerman placed second with 80.800 and Chris Junghans of Navy finished in third with 78.950.
The William and Mary men will compete at the USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships on Friday, March 29.