Gophers Hold No. 6 National Ranking
Sophomore Jack Metcalf

Feb. 11, 2014

By Ben Gotz, Athletic Communications Student Assistant

GymInfo National Rankings

MINNEAPOLIS – After their second-straight win, a 434.200 to 431.550 road win over Air Force last weekend, the Gophers held onto No. 6 in the GymInfo national rankings this week. Minnesota also moved up a place to the same spot in the coaches poll with an average score of 432.350.

The top five teams in both polls ahead of the Gophers are No. 1 Oklahoma (445.050), No. 2 Michigan (441.900), No. 3 Stanford (434.517), No. 4 Ohio State (434.100), and No. 5 Illinois (434.033).

No. 7 Penn State is one spot below the Gophers in both polls with an average score of 430.517.

Below are how the Gophers stack up against the national leaders in each event as a team and as individuals in the national rankings for the week of Feb. 10.

TEAM RANKINGS

Floor Exercise
1. Oklahoma – 75.850
3. Minnesota – 73.800

Pommel Horse
1. Oklahoma – 74.500
9. Minnesota – 70.017

Still Rings
1. Michigan – 74.833
5. Minnesota – 73.750

Vault
1. Oklahoma – 74.167
2. (T) Minnesota, Stanford & Michigan – 73.917

Parallel Bars
1. Oklahoma – 74.517
6. Minnesota – 71.883

High Bar
1. Oklahoma – 72.600
9. Minnesota – 70.400

TOP 20 INDIVIDUALS RANKINGS

Floor Exercise
1. Alec Robin, Oklahoma – 15.417
13. Sean Bauer, Minnesota – 15.000

Pommel Horse
1. Michael Newburger, Ohio State – 15.400
5. Ellis Mannon, Minnesota – 15.067


 

 

Still Rings
1. C.J. Maestas, Illinois – 16.000
15. Jack Metcalf, Minnesota – 14.917

Vault
1. Fred Hartville, Illinois – 15.233
7. Zach Chase, Minnesota – 15.067

Parallel Bars
1. Syque Caesar, Michigan – 15.500
6. (T) Matt Frey, Minnesota – 14.983
15. Steve Jaciuk, Minnesota – 14.833

High Bar
1. Jordan Valdez, Illinois – 15.450

All-Around
1. Akash Modi, Stanford – 88.867

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