Honors & Awards
Since his debut on vault in 2014, Chamberlain has since made major strides on the event. Chamberlain stuck a career high 14.95 on vault two nights in a row at the Big Ten Championships team competition and in the event finals the following day.
Chamberlain dominated the parallel bars squad as Nebraska’s top performer during the year. The All-American earned a huge career best and Nebraska school record on the event at the Nebraska quadrangular featuring Iowa, Minnesota and Penn State with a score of 15.50.
Chamberlain’s solid parallel bars score led the Franklin, Ohio, native to success in the postseason. He qualified to the individual event finals at the 2015 Big Ten Championships March 28, overcoming a fall to garner a 13.275. At the 2015 NCAA Championships, Chamberlain qualified to the event semifinals on April 10, where he barely missed out on a berth to the event finals competition the following day.
Chamberlain debuted on vault and high bar in 2014, setting strong personal best scores in the process. The sophomore also tied his parallel bars high score of 15.10 on Senior Night.
Despite solid vault and parallel bars scores, Chamberlain did not advance to the finals at the Big Ten Championships. At the NCAA Championships, he posted a parallel bars score of 13.50.
Chamberlain also claimed first-team All-American honors on parallel bars, finishing third at the NCAA Championships in State College, Pa. He earned Nebraska’s first All-America award on parallel bars since 2003.
In the classroom, Chamberlain was named to the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll for the spring of 2013.
Chamberlain competed in the Junior Olympic Nationals, Ohio State Championships and Houston National Invitational in multiple events as a Level 10 gymnast.
He chose Nebraska over Michigan.