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Huskers Finish Third at Stanford Open
Sophomore C.J. Schaaf finished fourth on parallel bars on the night.
Photo Courtesy Scott Bruhn/NU Media Relations
Courtesy: NU Media Relations
01/28/2012
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Stanford, Calif.-The No. 9 Nebraska men's gymnastics team posted a team score of 332.600 to finish third at the Stanford Open on Saturday night. No. 6 Stanford finished in first (348.400), while No. 5 California took second place (339.000) and Washington finished in fourth (251.200). 

Freshman Grant Perdue led the Huskers on the night, cracking the top three of both floor exercise and vault. Perdue posted a 14.80 on floor exercise before adding a 14.70 on vault. 

Additionally, senior Andreas Hofer tacked on a fourth-place finish in the all-around competition with a mark of 81.50. Sophomores C.J. Schaaf and Eric Schryver finished fourth and fifth in parallel bars with marks of 14.20 and 14.10, respectively.

NU had a strong night on floor exercise, posting a mark of 57.40, three points higher than their season average. Perdue led the way for the Huskers, assisted by Hofer's score of 14.50 and freshman Hayden Henrioulle's 14.10 mark. Sophomore Wyatt Aycock also contributed a score of 14.00 for the Huskers. 

The Huskers also had a strong showing on high bar, led by Schryver's mark of 14.00. Freshman Connor Stillwell added a 13.90 and senior Will Eastman posted a 13.80 to help NU reach its team mark of 55.20 on the event. 

Nebraska fell behind slightly on pommel horse and vault, normally two of the team's strongest events. The Big Red posted a team score of 53.80 on horse, slightly lower than its season average of 55.225. Hofer's mark of 13.80 led the Huskers on horse. NU added a mark of 56.10 on vault, paced by Perdue's third-place score as well as freshman Gabriel Jolley's mark of 14.20.

The Huskers will move to 4-4 overall on the season, while Stanford rises to 4-1 and California moves to 3-2. Nebraska will have two weeks of preparation before opening Big Ten competition in Iowa City against No. 13 Iowa and No. 8 Minnesota. The meet is slated for a 7 p.m. start on Saturday, Feb. 11. 

Floor Exercise
Grant Perdue: 14.80
Andreas Hofer: 14.50
Hayden Henrioulle: 14.10
Wyatt Aycock: 14.00
Mark Ringle: 13.90
Will Eastman: 12.90

Pommel Horse
Andreas Hofer: 13.80
Eric Schryver: 13.70
Gabriel Jolley: 13.20
Donovan Arndt: 13.10
Wyatt Aycock: 13.00
C.J. Schaaf: 12.30

Still Rings
Donovan Arndt: 14.40
Andreas Hofer: 13.50
C.J. Schaaf: 13.40
Robbie Kocks: 13.40
Wyatt Baier: 12.80

Vault
Grant Perdue: 14.70
Gabriel Jolley: 14.20
Wyatt Aycock: 13.70
C.J. Schaaf: 13.50
Andreas Hofer: 13.30
Wyatt Baier: 13.10

Parallel Bars
C.J. Schaaf: 14.20
Eric Schryver: 14.10
Mark Ringle: 13.80
Wyatt Aycock: 13.30
Andreas Hofer: 13.00
Hayden Henrioulle: 12.90

High Bar
Eric Schryver: 14.00
Connor Stillwell: 13.90
Will Eastman: 13.80
Mark Ringle: 13.50
Andreas Hofer: 13.40
Micah Christensen: 13.40

All-Around
Andreas Hofer: 81.50

 

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