Nebraska women's basketball team playing together, finding ways to win; Husker men enjoying block party; Men's gymnastics return to top.
The Nebraska men's gymnastics team is ranked No. 1 in the country after a first-place finish at the Rocky Mountain Open on Saturday.
Colorado Springs, Colo. - The mountains may have shaken as "We Are The Champions" blared out of the Nebraska men's gymnastics bus after their first-place finish at the Rocky Mountain Open (RMO).
After a top-six national finish in the 2017 season and the program's best finish since 1999, the Nebraska men's gymnastics team is eager to build off that momentum in 2018. Nebraska hopes to advance to the NCAA Team Finals for the second year in a row, following a sixth-place finish.
The Nebraska men's gymnastics team ranks fourth in the Big Ten Preseason Coaches Poll.
The Nebraska men's gymnastics team is scheduled to appear on the Big Ten Network twice this season, including the Huskers' away meet against Iowa on Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. (CT).
Head Coach Chuck Chmelka announced the addition of five gymnasts to the Nebraska men's gymnastics team on Thursday.
Six Huskers were enshrined into the University of Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame Friday, and the only one who was unable to attend the ceremony was a huge hit who set the tone for all inductees.
To this day, Johnson – the former Summer Olympian who earned a Gold Medal in Los Angeles in 1984 and then performed in Seoul (South Korea) in 1988 – wonders how he was so lucky to arrive in Lincoln
Kehler finishes in fourth overall at P&G Champs
Kehler in sixth through one day of P&G Champs
The Nebraska men's gymnastics team will send five Huskers to the men's portion of the P&G Championships on Aug. 17 and Aug. 19 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., for a chance to qualify for the U.S. National Teams.