Huskers Claim Three Event Titles
Iowa City, Iowa - The Nebraska men’s gymnastics team claimed three event titles against the No. 10 Iowa Hawkeyes. Anton Stephenson claimed the floor event title (14785), Charlie Giles claimed the vault title with a career-high score (14.70) and Jake Bonnay claimed the high bar title (13.85). Iowa claimed first (406.700) and Nebraska placed second (403.550).
Rotation 1 - Pommel Horse
- Evan Kriley led the Huskers with a score of 13.60.
- Anton Stephenson and Khalil Jackson followed closely both posting scores of 13.10.
- Mitch Tyndall and Josh Martin rounded out the team score of 64.50, scoring 12.45 and 12.25 respectively.
- Griffin Kehler posted a score of 12.30 in the all-around.
Rotation 2 - Floor
- Anton Stephenson paved the way for NU with a score of 14.75.
- Griffin Kehler and Jake Bonnay weren’t too far behind, posting scores of 13.70 and 13.50 respectively.
- Zach Peters added a score of 12.80.
- Evan Hymanson rounded out the team score of 67.15 with a score of 12.40.
Rotation 3 - Vault
- Charlie Giles led the way with a career-high score of 14.70.
- Anton Stephenson finished strong with a score of 14.65.
- Josh Martin and Jake Bonnay followed closely, scoring 14.00 and 13.80 respectively.
- Zach Peters rounded out the team score of 70.65 with a score of 13.50.
- Griffin Kehler posted a score of 14.10 in the all-around.
Rotation 4 - Still Rings
- Jordan King and Josh Everitt led the way for the Huskers both posting a score of 13.70.
- Austin Lober posted a season-high score of 13.65.
- Evan Hymanson and Josh Martin rounded out the team score of 67.65, scoring 13.50 and 13.10 respectively.
- Griffin Kehler posted a score of 13.10 in the all-around.
Rotation 5 - High Bar
- Jake Bonnay led the way for NU with a score of 13.85.
- Dillan King and Griffin Kehler followed closely, scoring 13.10 and 13.05 respectively.
- Evan Hymanson added a score of 12.75.
- Khalil Jackson rounded out the team score of 65.00 with a score of 12.25.
Rotation 6 - Parallel Bars
- Evan Hymanson and Dillan King led the way, posting 13.90 and 13.80 respectively.
- Anton Stephenson and Andrew Zymball weren’t too far behind, both scoring a 13.70.
- Griffin Kehler rounded out the team score of 68.60 with a score of 13.50.
The Huskers take on Ohio State and Minnesota in Columbus, Ohio on Friday, March 8 at 5 p.m. CT.