Las Vegas, Nev. - Kyle King, Chris Stephenson and Griffin Kehler represented the Nebraska men's gymnastics team at the Winter Cup Finals on Saturday at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. Kehler finished 19th, King finished 22nd and Stephenson finished 23rd overall out of 28 competitors.
Las Vegas, Nev. – Kyle King, Chris Stephenson and Griffin Kehler advanced to the Winter Cup Finals after stellar performances at the preliminary sessions on Feb. 15. The finals will take place on Saturday, Feb. 17 at 9:15 p.m. (CT).
Las Vegas, Nev. - Kyle King, Antonio Castro, Chris Stephenson, Josh Martin and Griffin Kehler of the Nebraska men's gymnastics team have been invited to represent the Huskers at the prestigious Winter Cup in Las Vegas, Nev., and will get a shot at making the USA National Team. 2016 Olympians Sam Mikulak and Alex Naddour, along with reigning U.S. champion and World bronze medalist Yul Moldauer are also expected to compete. The competition is a two-day event and will feature 48 senior athletes competing in the Preliminary sessions on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 6:30 p.m. The top 28 will qualify into finals on Saturday, Feb. 17 at 7:15 p.m. Top finishers at the finals will be selected to compete for the USA National Team.
Lincoln, Neb. – The No. 3 Nebraska men's gymnastics team topped UIC 409.350 – 372.250 in front of a sea of pink at the Bob Devaney Sports Center in honor of breast cancer awareness. NU again scored high on vault (73.00), and also scored a season-high 68.80 on parallel bars. Jake Bonnay led the way for the Huskers, claiming the floor and high bar title with a 14.20 and 13.85, respectively. Antonio Castro again snagged the pommel horse title with a season-high 14.75. Heath Anderson claimed the rings title (14.30), while Anton Stephenson claimed the vault title (15.10). Last but certainly not least, Daniel Leal grabbed the parallel bars title, scoring a 14.20.
Lincoln, Neb. – The No. 3 Nebraska men's gymnastics team returns home for a meet against UIC on Saturday, Feb. 10 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Competition is set for 4 p.m. After finishing third last weekend against No. 1 Oklahoma and No. 2 Stanford in Norman, Okla., a win against UIC will allow NU to contend for the No. 1 spot again.
Norman, Okla. – Amongst stiff competition, the No. 2 Nebraska men's gymnastics team broke the school and set the top NCAA mark this season on vault with a 73.20 in their third-place finish at Oklahoma. The Huskers scored an overall 403.800 behind No. 4 Stanford (410.500) and No. 1 Oklahoma (418.000). Kyle King and Antonio Castro led the way for the Big Red, grabbing the vault and pommel horse titles. King scored a 15.10 on vault, while Castro scored a 14.60 on pommel horse.
The No. 2 Nebraska men's gymnastics team will battle No. 1 Oklahoma and No. 4 Stanford in Norman, Okla., on Saturday, Feb. 3. Competition is set for 7 p.m. After falling one spot in the CGA Poll this week, the Huskers look to earn their No. 1 spot back, but it won't come easily. NU enters the McCasland Field House, where the Sooners haven't lost a meet since 2007.
Lincoln, Neb. – Freshman gymnast Griffin Kehler claimed his first NCAA Rookie-of-the-Week award after his outstanding performance against Ohio State on Jan. 20. He becomes the first Husker to receive an NCAA award this season.
Seven different Husker athletic programs combine to win every game, dual, competition last week.
Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska men's gymnastics team showed its well-deserved No. 1 ranking in front of a sea of red at the Bob Devaney Sports Center Saturday night dominating Ohio State 411.750 - 404.150.
The No. 1 Nebraska men's gymnastics team opens conference competition against No. 3 Ohio State on Saturday. The competition will begin at 7 p.m. and will take place at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. As a co-ed meet, the men will compete alongside the NU women's gymnastics team as they take on Rutgers.
Nebraska women's basketball team playing together, finding ways to win; Husker men enjoying block party; Men's gymnastics return to top.