Huskers Claim Six Titles in Win Over Air Force
Andreas Hofer won individual titles on high bar, floor exercise and the all-around.
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Lincoln - The No. 10 Nebraska men’s gymnastics team topped No. 11 Air Force 343.000-334.400 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center Sunday.


Four Huskers captured individual event crowns on the afternoon, helping Nebraska notch a season-high 343.000 team total. Sophomore Andreas Hofer led NU's hardware haul with his first two titles of the season. Hofer won the individual all-around crown with a season-high 85.450, which included victories on floor exercise (14.750) and high bar (14.450).


Senior All-American Anthony Ingrelli claimed his second straight title with a 14.450 on still rings. Freshman Eric Schryver captured the event title of his career with a 14.900 on pommel horse, while Bear Danley added a parallel bars crown with a 14.500.


Air Force's Ben Zaiser claimed the Falcon's lone event win of the day on vault with a 15.600.


Nebraska started the day on floor, where they totaled a 57.100, including Hofer's 14.750 to win the event. NU moved to pommel horse where Schryver's career-high 14.900 led NU to a 54.450 event score, while fellow freshman Wyatt Aycock added a career-high 14.150 on the event on his way to a career-high 83.40 in his first career all-around competition.


On still rings, Ingrelli's 14.450 won the event, while Donovan Arndt added a career-high 14.250. NU then notched its top event score of the day with a 61.800 on vault, led by Andrew House's career-best 15.550 on the event. Hofer pitched in a 15.450, while Will Eastman and C.J. Schaaf both contributed scores of 15.400. All six Huskers scored at least 15.250 on the event, including Aycock's career-best 15.300.


Danley led Nebraska's 56.900 team score on parallel bars with his 14.500 individual total. Aycock added a solid 14.300, while Hofer contributed a 14.150 and Schaaf pitched in a career-high 13.950.


The Huskers closed out the victory with a 56.900 on high bar, led by Hofer's 14.450. Danley and Mark Ringle each contributed scores of 14.250 on the event, which Schaaf added a career-best 13.950.


Next week four Huskers will head to Las Vegas for the Winter Cup, an individual competition where gymnasts contend for spots on the U.S. Senior National Team. Ingrelli will vie for a spot on still rings, while freshmen all-arounders Aycock, Schaaf and Schryver will also compete.


Note: Due to technical difficulties with the scoring system at the event, several individual and team scores have changed since the completion of the event.


Individual Event Standings
1. Andreas Hofer, NU - 85.450
2. Wyatt Aycock, NU - 83.400
3. Nash Mills, Air Force - 83.050


Floor Exercise
1. Andreas Hofer, NU - 14.750
2. Colton Wulf, Air Force - 14.650
3. Will Eastman, NU - 14.450


Pommel Horse
1. Eric Schryver, NU - 14.900
2. James Okamoto, Air Force - 14.400
3. Wyatt Aycock, NU - 14.150


Still Rings
1. Anthony Ingrelli, NU - 14.450
2. Donovan Arndt, NU - 14.250
3. Dan Klimkowski, Air Force - 13.900


1. Ben Zaiser, Air Force - 15.600
2. Andrew House, NU - 15.550
3. Andreas Hofer, NU - 15.450


Parallel Bars
1. Bear Danley, NU - 14.500

2. Wyatt Aycock, NU - 14.300
3. Andreas Hofer, NU - 14.150


High Bar
1. Andreas Hofer, NU - 14.450
2. Bear Danley, NU - 14.250
3. Mark Ringle, NU - 14.250


Team Scores (NU, 343.000 - Air Force, 334.400)

Floor:  Nebraska (57.100) - Air Force (55.950)
Horse:  Nebraska (54.450) - Air Force (53.800)
Rings:  Nebraska (55.850) - Air Force (54.700)
Vault:  Nebraska (61.800) - Air Force (61.000)
P Bars: Nebraska (56.900) - Air Force (55.000)
H Bar:  Nebraska (56.900) - Air Force (53.950)

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