Hollie Blanske
Position: All-Around
Height: 5'2"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Oak Grove, Minn.
High School: St. Francis Senior High School
Club: Twin City Twisters

Honors & Awards
- 2014 All-American: First-Team (Beam-10th)
- 2014 NACGC/W Scholastic All-American 
- 2014 Big Ten All-Championship Team (AA, BB, FX)
- 2014 All-Big Ten: Second-Team 
- 2014 Academic All-Big Ten
- 2014 Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll: Spring
- 2014 Tom Osborne Citizenship Team
- 2013 NACGC/W Scholastic All-American
- 2013 Big Ten Vault Co-Champion
- 2013 All-Big Ten Championship Team: V
- 2013 Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll: Spring
- 2012 Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll: Fall


2015 • Junior Season
Hollie Blanske has kicked of her junior campaign with a splash as one of Nebraska’s top all-around competitors. Blanske has collected six event titles so far this season including an all-around crown against Penn State when she put up a 39.50 score. She earned Big Ten gymnast of the week honors following the Penn State meet as she added the bars (9.85) and floor (9.925) titles, this marked her first career honor. Blanske put together a seamless all-around performance against Iowa on Feb. 7 as she posted two 9.925 scores on vault and floor en-route to an impressive 39.50 all-around score. Blanske currently holds three top-25 rankings on events as she is 11th in the all-around (39.365), tied for 22nd on vault (9.890) and tied for 11th on floor (9.905). 

2014 • Sophomore Season 
Blanske became an All-American in 2014, earning first-team accolades on beam at the NCAA Championships. All season long she provided a solid 1-2-3 punch in the all-around with junior Jessie DeZiel and senior Emily Wong. Blanske proved to be one of the Huskers’ most valuable gymnasts and continually provided clutch performances in every event. 

Blanske did not miss a meet all season in the all-around, delivering her best performance at the Big Ten Championships, soaring to a 39.60. Her performance included two career-high scores on floor (9.95) and beam (9.90) en route to finishing as the Big Ten all-around runner-up. She was named to the Big Ten Championship team for both beam, floor and the all-around.

She notched a career-high score of 9.90 on bars at the Masters Classic, as she tallied her third individual event title on the season. Blanske hit three scores of 9.90 or better on floor during her sophomore campaign and moved into the back of the lineup with her strong routine. 

At the NCAA Championships, Blanske proved her strength as a powerful beam worker when she recorded a career-high-matching 9.90 on beam at the NCAA Semifinals and at the Super Six Finals. She took 10th place overall on beam with a 9.85 mark at the Event Finals.

2013 • Freshman Season
Hollie Blanske (pronounced BLAN-ski) battled back from an offseason knee injury to become a solid three-event competitor for the Huskers in her first season. Appearing on vault, bars and floor for NU, Blanske logged season-high scores of 9.85 or better on each apparatus while securing her spot as one of the squad’s top vaulters by the end of 2013.

Blanske came on strong late in the season for Nebraska, posting or tying career-bests on all three events during the month of March. She was a crucial part of Nebraska’s Big Ten Championship-winning efforts on March 23, finishing in a tie for sixth on floor (9.90) and earning co-Big Ten Champion honors on vault (9.95). Blanske also earned her first career All-Big Ten Championship Team award for her vaulting performance.

She finished the 2013 season with a trio of individual titles, including two on vault and one on floor. Blanske notched a fourth-place finish on vault at the NCAA Morgantown Regional, posting a 9.925 to come in behind co-champion teammates Jessie DeZiel, Emily Wong and Brittany Skinner (9.95).

Before Nebraska
Blanske arrived at Nebraska after competing under coaches Mike Hunger, Sami Wozney, Sarah Jantzi and Rich Stenger at Twin City Twisters alongside fellow Husker Jessie DeZiel. Blanske was a four-time Junior Olympic National qualifier and was a Junior Olympic National Team Member in 2010 and 2011. She was a 2011 Junior Olympic National all-around champion, posting a score of 38.450. She was also a national champion on bars (9.625) and floor (9.775) in 2011. Blanske has captured three regional titles and was the 2011 Region IV Co-Regional Gymnast of the Year.

Blanske chose Nebraska over Arkansas, Minnesota, Iowa State, Washington and Denver.

Blanske is the daughter of Jim and Michelle Blanske and was born April 1, 1994. She has two brothers, Brent and Bo and one sister, Jamie. A native of Oak Grove, Minn., Blanske was a three year honor roll selection at St. Francis High School and graduated with honors. She is majoring in business and marketing and earned spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall and spring semesters of 2012-13.

Blanske's Career Highs at Nebraska
Career Highs
  Vault: 9.95 (3 times, last at Rutgers, 1/24/15)
  Bars: 9.90 (3 times, last at Masters Classic, 3/1/15)
  Beam: 9.90 (3 times, last at NCAA Super Six, 4/19/14)
  Floor: 9.95 (at Big Ten Championships, 3/22/14)
  All-Around: 39.600 (at Big Ten Championships, 3/22/14)

2015 Season Highs
  Vault: 9.95 (at Rutgers, 1/24/15)
  Bars: 9.90 (at Masters Classic, 3/1/15)
  Beam: 9.875 (at Minnesota, 2/14/15)
  Floor: 9.925 (2 times, last vs. Iowa, 2/7/15)
  All-Around: 39.50 (2 times, last vs. Iowa 2/7/15)

2014 Season Highs
  Vault: 9.90 (3 times, last at Big Ten Championships, 3/22/14)
  Bars: 9.90 (2 times, last at Masters Classic, 2/23/14)
  Beam: 9.90 (3 times, last at NCAA Super Six, 4/19/14)
  Floor: 9.95 (at Big Ten Championships, 3/22/14)
  All-Around: 39.600 (at Big Ten Championships, 3/22/14)

2013 Season Highs
  Vault: 9.95 (2 times, last at Big Ten Championships, 3/23/13)
  Bars: 9.85 (3 times, last at Cal, 3/16/13)
  Beam: 9.775 (vs. Michigan State, 1/19/13)
  Floor: 9.90 (2 times, last at Big Ten Championships, 3/23/13)