Huskers Advance to NCAA Finals
Champaign, Ill. - The Nebraska men's gymnastics team enters its final competition at the NCAA Championships April 19-20 in Champaign, Illinois. After placing 4th at the Big Ten Championships, their best finish since entering the Big Ten, the team is hopes to use that momentum heading into NCAA Championships. The Huskers have advanced to the NCAA Championship Finals two years in a row and hope to keep the streak alive.
Anton Stephenson Claims Third Consecutive B1G Ten Vault Title
Iowa City, Iowa - The No. 6 Nebraska men's gymnastics team had four athletes qualify for individual finals in the team's fourth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships on April 5. Penn State claimed first with a score of 410.350. Illinois (410.100) and Michigan (409.550) came out on top over the Huskers (406.000). Minnesota took fifth (404.800), Ohio State took sixth (401.900) and Iowa took last place (398.750). Anton Stephenson led the way for the Big Red, earning the highest vault score of the night with a 14.65. Along with Stephenson, Khalil Jackson, Evan Hymanson and Evan Kriley will be competing at Individual Finals on Saturday, April 6 at 7 p.m. (CT).
Huskers Head for Big Ten Championships
Stephenson Named B1G Ten Co-Gymnast of the Year
Stephenson Earns NCAA Gymnast of the Week
Stephenson Named B1G Ten Gymnast of the Week
Huskers Top No. 3 Michigan Wolverines
NU Hosts Wolverines in Last Home Meet
Andrew Zymball is among four Huskers to be honored on Senior Day on Saturday, when Nebraska closes its home schedule against Michigan.
Huskers Claim Two Event Titles