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Minneapolis, Minn. The No. 9 Nebraska men's gymnastics team finished strong during their first conference matchup of the season Saturday against No. 6 Minnesota and UIC. The Huskers grabbed second with a total score of 413.850. Minnesota took the meet win, finishing with a total of 431.200, while UIC finished the night with a 392.100.

The Huskers saw individual struggles on all six events, but managed to hold on to conference foe Minnesota throughout the evening. Nebraska started out on pommel horse, where Eric Schryver led the team with a 13.55. CJ Schaaf (13.10), Ethan Lottman (13.40) and Ryan Irick (13.30) were all able to score above 13.00 as well.

NU then moved to rings, where the team earned a team total of 70.300. Junior Donovan Arndt led the Huskers, scoring a 14.35 on the event. Robbie Kocks and Sam Chamberlain also scored above 14.00, earning scores of 14.20 and 14.00 respectively.

Nebraska then moved to floor, where Grant Perdue took the event title with his season-high score of 15.15. Louis Klein tied for third on the event, scoring a 14.95. The team earned a 71.750 on the event, with Micah Christensen scoring 14.00 on the event.

The Huskers started the second half of the meet on parallel bars, where they earned a team total of 68.800. Nebraska struggled on the event, but was led by a 14.30 performance by Mark Ringle. His performance placed him in third overall on the event at the end of the night. Klein and Sam Chamberlain tied for second on the team, earning 14.00s. CJ Schaaf struggled on the event, struggling after a mid-routine fall. He grabbed a 12.20.

NU then moved to high bar, where they met adversity after Connor Stillwell scored an 11.90 as the opening score. Mark Ringle led the Huskers on high bar, earning a 14.90 and second in the event overall. He was closely followed by Klein, who grabbed a 14.70 and third in the event.

The Huskers ended the night on vault, where Grant Perdue tied with Minnesota's Adam LaFleur and Adam Kern for first in the event overall with a 15.15. Wyatt Aycock grabbed second in the Huskers' vault lineup, grabbing a 14.55. He was closely followed by teammate Micah Christensen, who earned a 14.50.

Wyatt Aycock took the individual all-around title after scoring an 82.200. That was a season high score in the all-around for the junior.

NU now faces a few weeks of rest before they travel to face the Iowa Hawkeyes in Iowa City, Iowa on Saturday, Feb. 23. Grant Perdue and Eric Schryver will travel to Las Vegas next weekend for the Winter Cup. The Huskers will return to Minneapolis on April 5 for the Big Ten Championships.

Name Floor     Horse     Rings     Vault     P.Bars     High Bar     All-Around
Donovan Arndt --- --- 14.35 --- --- --- ---
Wyatt Aycock 13.95 12.80 13.55 14.55 13.50 13.85 82.200
Sam Chamberlain --- --- 14.00 --- 14.00 --- ---
Micah Christensen     14.00 --- --- 14.50 --- 13.65 ---
Ryan Irick --- 13.30 --- --- --- --- ---
Louis Klein 14.95 --- 13.85 14.30 14.00 14.70 ---
Robbie Kocks --- --- 14.20 --- --- --- ---
Ethan Lottman --- 13.40 --- --- --- --- ---
Grant Perdue 15.15 --- --- 15.15 --- --- ---
Mark Ringle 13.60 --- --- --- 14.30 14.90 ---
CJ Schaaf 13.70 13.10 13.90 11.50 12.20 --- ---
Eric Schryver --- 13.55 --- --- 13.00 13.35 ---
Connor Stillwell --- 12.60 --- --- --- 12.00 ---
Josh Ungar --- --- --- 13.90 --- 13.70 ---

 

Team Score                  Total

Minnesota      431.200

Nebraska                      419.750

UIC                               392.100


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