Feb. 9, 2013
Minnesota freshman Daniel DiBenedetto completed competition at the Winter Cup tonight. He joined Ellis Mannon and Zack Chase in the event, but was the lone Gopher to advance to the second day of competition.
DiBenedetto did well on the high bar, finishing the event with a two-day score of 27.450 (14.200 on the first day and 13.250 on the second day) to end up in seventh place. He was also the fourth-highest scoring collegiate gymnast in the event.
He finished 31st on the pommel horse (11.550 and 13.200 for a combined score of 24.750) and tied for 30th in the parallel bars (12.250 and 12.900 for a combined score of 25.150).
DiBenedetto ended the competition with 77.350 points, which placed him in 34th in the all-around.
Next up for Minnesota is a 7 p.m. meet on Feb. 16 at Oklahoma.
Gophers Finish as National Runner-Up
4/21/2018 - M. Gymnastics
The Minnesota men's gymnastics team finished second at the NCAA Championships, the best finish in program history.
Gophers Advance to NCAA Team Finals
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The No. 2 Gophers finished second in the day one afternoon session at the NCAA Championships and advanced to the team finals for the third straight season.
Wiskus, Burns Earn CGA Recognition
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Shane Wiskus was awarded CGA Rookie of the Year and head coach Mike Burns was named CGA Central Region Coach of the Year.