Feb. 21, 2012
The Gopher men's gymnastics team remains ranked No. 6 nationally after their home win over Nebraska this past weekend.
As a team Minnesota is ranked in the top five on three separate events. The Gophers jumped from fourth to second in the parallel bars rankings and are also ranekd No. 5 ranking on both the pommel horse and still rings.
Eleven Gopher gymnasts are now ranked in the top 20 on individual events.
Senior DJ Repp has moved back into the all-around rankings at No. 13.
On the floor exercise Kyle Banks is tied for tenth. The freshman has also moved into the rankings on high bar in a tie for the No. 15 spot.
Steve Jaciuk also represents the Gophers on the high bar. Jaciuk won the event last weekend and now ranked No. 10 nationally.
Russell Dabritz is currently ranked in the top 20 on two events. Dabritz is tied for 14th on the rings and is ranked No. 3 in the nation on the parallel bars. He is joined by teammate Ross Cameratta, who is tied for eighth on the parallel bars.
Minnesota's next meet is February 25th at UIC at 5pm.
Preview: Gophers set for quad at Stanford
Minnesota will travel this weekend to compete against Stanford, and the National Teams from both Japan and Canada.
Day Two: Winter Cup Challenge
Stephens finished 23rd in the all-around competition, while alum Mannon finished fifth on pommel horse. Incoming freshman Wiskus also competed in the all-around finals, finishing 12th.
Day One: Winter Cup Challenge
Stephens, Wiskus, Mannon advance to the 2017 Winter Cup Challenge finals this Saturday, Feb. 18. in Las Vegas, Nev.