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Huskers Set School Vault Record At OU

By NU Athletic Communications

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.

Rotation One

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.

Rotation Two

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.

Rotation Three

Nebraska gained momentum on floor, scoring a 69.65. King led the way with a 14.30. Anton Stephenson followed closely behind, scoring a 14.25. Jake Bonnay and Chris Stephenson notched a 13.85 and 13.75, respectively. Griffin Kehler added a 13.50, while Zach Peters added a 10.95.

Rotation Four

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.

Rotation Five

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.

Rotation Six

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.

Up Next

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 honor of breast cancer awareness.


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