Nine Nebraska women's gymnasts earned Academic All-Big Ten honors, announced by the conference on Wednesday.
Five Nebraska women's gymnasts were named All-Big Ten, announced by the conference on Monday, March 19. Seniors Abbie Epperson and Grace Williams, juniors Sienna Crouse and Megan Schweihofer were named first team All-Big Ten, while sophomore Taylor Houchin was named second-team All-Big Ten for the 2018 season.
No. 11 Nebraska women's gymnastics faced adversity in the form of six falls or missed routines at the Big Five meet hosted by Michigan State University on Saturday afternoon, but managed to finish in fourth place with a team score of 194.900.
No. 11 Nebraska women's gymnastics travels to East Lansing, Mich. this week to participate in the Big Five Meet, featuring Michigan State, Illinois, Maryland and No. 24 Ohio State on Saturday March 17 at 1 p.m. CT.
No. 13 Nebraska women's gymnastics fell to No. 5 Florida 197.925 - 196.700 in Gainesville, Fla., on Friday night in its final dual of the season.
LINCOLN, Neb. – No. 13 Nebraska women's gymnastics will travel to Gainesville, Fla., to face the No. 5 Florida Gators in their final dual meet of the 2018 season on Friday at 5:45 p.m. CT.
Nebraska women's gymnast Taylor Houchin has been named Big Ten Event Specialist of the Week for the week of March 6, as announced by the conference on Tuesday.
No. 16 Nebraska women's gymnastics posted their highest score of the season with a 197.175 at the 28th Annual Masters Classic where they finished in second place of four teams, No. 2 UCLA (first), No. 23 Iowa State (third) and Kent State (fourth).
No. 16 Nebraska women's gymnastics won the Elevate the Stage 2018 team title on Friday night at James Brown Arena with a 196.700 team score by defeating Stanford (195.925),Big Ten foe Illinois (195.900), and No. 17 Georgia (195.825).
Nebraska women's gymnastics will travel to Augusta, Ga. on Friday to compete in Elevate the Stage 2018 with Georgia, Illinois and Stanford before traveling home to host the annual Masters Classic on Sunday at 2 p.m., hosting No. 2 UCLA, Kent State, and Iowa State in the Devaney Center for the final home meet of the year, which will serve as Senior Day.
No. 14 University of Nebraska women's gymnastics topped Pittsburgh on Saturday night in the Devaney Center 196.425 – 193.600 in the annual Power of Pink meet for breast cancer awareness.
The Nebraska women's gymnastics team is hosting Pink Night on Saturday in support of breast cancer awareness.