Huskers Claim Two Event Titles
Columbus, Ohio - The Nebraska men’s gymnastics team claimed two event titles against the No. 6 Minnesota Gophers and No. 7 Ohio State Buckeyes. Anton Stephenson claimed the floor event title (14.60) and the vault title (15.10). Additionally, Evan Kriley and Charlie Giles posted career-high scores on pommel horse. Minnesota claimed first (406.300), Ohio State placed second (405.550) and Nebraska placed third (402.300)
Rotation 1 - Still Rings
- Austin Lober led the way for the Huskers, posting a 13.90.
- Josh Martin and Evan Hymanson followed closely behind, both posting a 13.35.
- Joshua Everitt and Jordan King rounded out the final team score of 66.00, scoring 13.25 and 12.15 respectively.
Rotation 2 - Floor
- Anton Stephenson led the way for NU, posting a 14.60.
- Zach Peters and Jake Bonnay weren’t too far behind, scoring 14.35 and 14.10 respectively.
- Griffin Kehler and Charlie Giles rounded out the final team score of 68.60, scoring 13.65 and 12.20 respectively.
Rotation 3 - Pommel Horse
- Evan Kriley led the way for Nebraska, posting a career-high score of 13.95.
- Charlie Giles wasn’t too far behind, posting a career-high score of 13.35.
- Anton Stephenson followed with a score of 12.70.
- Josh Martin and Khalil Jackson rounded out the team score of 63.70, scoring 12.05 and 11.65 respectively.
Rotation 4 - High Bar
- Griffin Kehler paved the way for the Huskers, posting a 13.75.
- Anton Stephenson and Evan Kriley followed closely, scoring 13.35 and 13.10 respectively.
- Khalil Jackson and Jake Bonnay rounded out the team score of 66.00, scoring 12.95 and 12.85 respectively.
Rotation 5 - Vault
- Anton Stephenson led the way for NU, posting a 15.10.
- Charlie Giles and Josh Martin followed closely, posting 14.50 and 14.45 respectively.
- Jake Bonnay wasn’t too far behind, posting a 14.35.
- Zach Peters rounded out the team score of 72.05, scoring 13.65.
Rotation 6 - Parallel Bars
- Evan Hymanson paved the way for the Huskers, posting a 13.65.
- Anton Stephenson and Mitch Tyndall followed closely, scoring 13.35 and 13.05 respectively.
- Griffin Kehler and Dillan King rounded out the team score of 65.15, scoring 12.60 and 12.50 respectively.
The Huskers take on Michigan in Lincoln, Neb. at Bob Devaney Sports Center on Saturday, March 23 at 1:30 p.m. CT.