Huskers Set School Vault Record At OU
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.
NU started the night off on pommel horse, posting a 66.20. Castro dominated with a 14.60. Connor Adamsick notched a 13.10. Chris Stephenson and Travis Gollott each scored a 12.85, while Anton Stephenson followed closely behind with a 12.80. King rounded out the Husker scoring with a 12.00.
The Huskers moved to rings, where the team scored 65.700. Alex Magsam led with a 13.65. Daniel Leal and Heath Anderson each added a 13.35. Austin Lober and Jonathan Scripnick scored a 12.75 and 12.60, respectively. Zach Peters added an 11.40.
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On parallel bars, NU posted a 64.80. Leal led the Big Red, scoring a 13.90. Kehler followed with a 13.10, while Anton Stephenson posted a 12.80. Chris Stephenson and Andrew Zymball notched a 12.70 and 12.30, respectively. Magsam closed out the Husker scoring with an 11.95.
On high bar, the Huskers scored a 64.10. Kehler came out on top with a 13.35. King and Travis Gollott each notched a 12.80. Castro and Leal added a 12.65 and 12.50, respectively. Bonnay rounded out the Husker scoring with an 11.60.
NU broke the school and set the top mark in the NCAA this season on vault, scoring a 73.20. King dominated with a 15.10, while Anton Stephenson followed with a 15.00. Bonnay scored a career-high 14.55. Peters and Castro notched a 14.35 and 14.20, respectively. Magsam added a 13.55.
The Huskers return home as they face UIC at the Bob Devaney Sports Center on Saturday, Feb. 10. Competition is set for 4 p.m. The men’s gymnastics team asks fans to wear pink in