NORMAN, Okla., April 9, 2015 – Stanford University posted the highest score of the first of two National Qualifier sessions at the 2015 National Collegiate Men’s Gymnastics National Championships. The University of California-Berkeley and Pennsylvania State University rounded out the top three, which advance to tomorrow’s team final competition.
Stanford scored a 435.850 ahead of Berkeley’s 433.700. Penn State was locked in a battle all afternoon with the University of Minnesota. It came down to the final routines: Steve Jaciuk’s horizontal bar and Trevor Howard’s floor. Both delivered hit routines with stuck dismounts. Howard’s 15.800 gave Penn State the edge: 432.900 to Minnesota’s 432.700.
Competition continues tonight at 8 p.m. ET, featuring the teams from the University of Oklahoma, the University of Michigan, the University of Illinois, the University of Iowa, Ohio State University and the United States Military Academy.
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All four sessions of the championships will be live streamed on NCAA.com. The following is an overview of how fans can follow the action from Norman. All times are Eastern.
Thursday, April 9
- 8 p.m. – National Qualifier, Session 2 | Live Results | Live Video (Oklahoma, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Ohio State, Army)
Friday, April 10
Saturday, April 11