Archive | March, 2017

Oklahoma’s Streak Continues; Nissen-Emery Award Finalists Announced

Oklahoma’s Streak Continues; Nissen-Emery Award Finalists Announced

Top-ranked Oklahoma (433.70) completed their third straight meet of scoring at least 70 points on every event in their final regular season contest over visiting Illinois (417.05). The Sooners also extended their scoring streak to 22 consecutive rotations of scoring 70-plus. It was their second best scoring effort of the season, coming on Senior Night. Sooners' seniors had a big night, [...more]

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Temple University Men’s Gymnastics Will Forge Ahead Under New Leadership

Temple University Men’s Gymnastics Will Forge Ahead Under New Leadership

Temple University Men's Gymnastics may have been dropped, but it isn't broken. Coach Jesse Kitzen-Abelson has been kind enough to outline his goals to keep Temple self-sufficient, thus remaining a viable option as a collegiate men's gymnastics program. Kitzen-Abelson has a strong resume, steeped [...more]

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Sooners “Bounce Back” With NCAA’s Top Score; Michigan Splits at Home

Sooners “Bounce Back” With NCAA’s Top Score; Michigan Splits at Home

Undefeated Oklahoma did something that caught college gymnastics fans off guard. Coming off of a high-scoring, barnburner of a meet last weekend against Stanford, the last thing anybody thought was the Sooners coming back the following weekend to post their highest score. Coach Mark Williams gave several of his stars some rest this weekend, but it seems like no matter whom he inserts into the lineup, they [...more]

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Moldauer, Modi Dominate Podium at American Cup; Oklahoma Barely Outslugs Stanford in Palo Alto Brawl

Moldauer, Modi Dominate Podium at American Cup; Oklahoma Barely Outslugs Stanford in Palo Alto Brawl

The future is here. Two current stalwarts of NCAA Men's Gymnastics dominated the podium at the 2017 American Cup. 2016 NCAA champ Yul Moldauer (85.931) occupied the top spot, and 2015 NCAA champ Akash Modi (84.398) earned the third spot. Sandwiched in-between was Olympic silver medalist (AA) Oleg Verniaiev (85.699). For Moldauer, it was the second jewel (Winter Cup) captured during this [...more]

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