The Nebraska men's gymnastics team saw two members receive diplomas Saturday at the spring commencement ceremony as Andrew House and Robbie Kocks each earned their degree.
The Nebraska men's gymnastics team earned its 11th top-10 national finish in the last 12 seasons, concluding the season with an overall record of 5-22.
Ethan Lottman earned his first career All-America honors at the 2015 NCAA Championships event finals, placing fifth on pommel horse with a 14.45.
Junior Ethan Lottman advanced as Nebraska's sole individual to the NCAA event finals tomorrow night on pommel horse.
Chris Stephenson, Ethan Lottman, Kyle King, Sam Chamberlain, Louis Klein and Travis Gollott qualified to the second day of competition at the NCAA Championships after the team finished fifth at the afternoon preliminary with a 424.600.
Ethan Lottman earned the coveted NCAA Elite 89 Award for excellence in sport and academics.
The No. 11 Nebraska men's gymnastics team will compete in the afternoon preliminary session beginning Thursday, April 9 at 1 p.m. CT.
Freshman Kyle King tied for third place on vault at the 2015 Big Ten Championships event finals, earning a score of 15.10.
The No. 11 Nebraska men's gymnastics team battled through some individual struggles to finish in seventh place at the 2015 Big Ten Championships with a team score of 420.100.
With 11th-ranked Nebraska heading to Penn State for Friday's Big Ten Men's Gymnastics Championships and Saturday's conference individual event finals, it's timely to profile Jim Hartung, who was named
The No. 11 Nebraska men's gymnastics team will compete for the Big Ten Championship title in State College, Pa., beginning March 27 at 6 p.m. CT.
The No. 11 Nebraska men's gymnastics team (4-12, 0-7 Big Ten) soared to a season best team score at home despite a fourth place finish behind No. 6 Minnesota, No. 2 Penn State and No. 8 Iowa.