Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska men’s gymnastics team came back from a loss to have a strong performance at home finishing in first with a score of 409.150. Minnesota came in second finishing with their season-high score of 404.700. Army West Point finished in third with a score of 389.150.
The Huskers were led by Evan Kriley and Jake Bonnay who both claimed two event titles. Kriley claimed the vault and all-around titles notching career-highs for both events, 14.55 and 81.10. Bonnay claimed the floor and parallel bar titles with scores of 14.55 and 14.25 respectively. Freshman Cooper Gilesclaimed the pommel horse title with a score of 13.80.
The Huskers had 14 career-highs to highlight the win at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
The Huskers started out the afternoon scoring a 68.20 on floor. NU was led by senior Jake Bonnay who notched a 14.55. Zach Peters followed with a score of 14.15. Charlie Giles earned a career-high with a score of 14.00. Evan Hymanson scored a 13.30 while Moritz Mueller earned a 12.45. Cooper Gilesfinished with a score of 11.35 while Evan Kriley rounded out the rotation with a score of 13.45 to compete in the all-around.
The Black Knights started the afternoon on rings with a team score of 63.35 while the Gophers scored a 64.95 on pommel horse.
Nebraska moved to pommel horse for the second rotation of the meet. The Huskers notched a team score of 67.10. Cooper Giles lead the team with a score of 13.80 followed by Charlie Giles who had a score of 13.65. Evan Kriley notched a 13.45 while Mitch Tyndall scored 13.20. Sam Phillips earned a career-high score of 13.00. Noah Urwiler rounded out the team score with a 12.45 while Evan Hymansonscored a 11.00 for the all-around competition.
Army was on floor for the second rotation where they had a team score of 68.00.
Minnesota was on rings for the second rotation where they had a team score of 67.70.
NU had a strong showing on rings for rotation three with a score of 66.35. The Huskers were led by Nikita Bolotsky who notched a career high of 13.95. Evan Hymanson followed with a score of 13.50 while Jonathan Scripnick finished with a score of 13.10. Noah Urwiler and Dylan Young both had a score of 12.90. Dylan LeClair finished with a score of 11.80. Evan Kriley, competing in the all-around, had a score of 13.15.
Army West Point competed on pommel horse for rotation three and finished with a team score of 60.35 while Minnesota competed on floor and finished with a team score of 65.25.
Going into rotation four, the Huskers are in first with a team score of 201.900. The Gophers follow with a team score of 197.900. The Black Knights take the third-place slot with a team score of 191.800.
Evan Kriley led the team on vault with a career high score of 14.55 while the Huskers notched a season-high team score of 71.30. Charlie Giles followed closely with a score of 14.50 while Zach Peters notched a 14.25. Dylan LeClair also earned a career-high score of 14.05. Jake Bonnay and Jonathan Scripnick both notched a 13.95 while Evan Hymanson finished the rotation with a score of 13.15.
Army West Point competed on high bar and finished the rotation with a score of 61.30 while Minnesota competed on parallel bars and finished with a score of 68.30.
The Huskers were on parallel bars for the fifth rotation where they had a team score of 69.35. Jake Bonnay led the team with a career-high score of 14.25. Evan Hymanson followed with a score of 14.20. Dillan King notched a 13.95. Nikita Bolotsky, Dylan LeClair and Evan Kriley all earned career-highs on the event. Bolotsky with a score of 13.65 while LeClair and Kriley both had a score of 13.30.
The Black Knights finished the rotation with a team score of 69.70 on vault. The Gophers finished the rotation with a team score of 67.45 on high bar.
Nebraska finished on high bar with a team score of 66.50. The Huskers were led by Jake Bonnay who scored a 13.50. Evan Hymanson and Dillan King followed closely each with a 13.40 and 13.30 respectively. Evan Kriley notched a 13.20 while Sam Phillips finished with a 13.10. Mitch Tyndall rounded out the meet with a score of 11.65.
Army West Point finished the meet on parallel bars where they scored a 66.25. Minnesota finished the meet on vault where they scored a 71.05.
The Huskers return to competition Sat., Feb. 29th at 5 p.m. CT against Penn State for Senior Day at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.