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COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 15, 2011 – Stanford University won its second team title in three years at the 2011 NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championships at St. John Arena on the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus. The University of Michigan’s Sam Mikulak, a member of the U.S. national team, won the all-around title. Individual event finals are Saturday, April 16, at 7 p.m. ESPN2 will broadcast tape-delayed coverage of the men’s national championships on April 21 at 1:30 p.m. ET.

Stanford posted an overall score of 363.450 to win the team crown. The University of Oklahoma recorded a 361.600 to place second, followed by the University of Illinois at 360.150 in third. The University of California-Berkeley was fourth (358.700), with the University of Michigan (356.200) finishing fifth and Pennsylvania State University sixth (355.700).

Stanford posted the top team scores for vault (64.550) and horizontal bar (59.300). Oklahoma had the highest floor exercise team score at 62.900, with Illinois taking team honors for parallel bars (60.000).

Underclassman took the top three all-around spots. Mikulak, a freshman, won the all-around with a total of 90.750. Mizoguchi, a junior, was second at 90.150, and sophomore Naddour was third at 89.750. Mikulak’s event scores were 15.650, floor; 14.400, pommel horse; 14.900, still rings; 16.350, vault; 15.000, parallel bars; and 14.450, horizontal bar.

2011 NCAA Men’s National Championships
St. John Arena
Columbus, Ohio
April 15, 2011

Team Finals
1. Stanford University, 363.450
2. University of Oklahoma, 361.600
3. University of Illinois, 360.150
4. University of California-Berkeley, 358.700
5. University of Michigan, 356.200
6. Pennsylvania State University, 355.700

All-around finals
1. Sam Mikulak, University of Michigan, 90.750
2. Tyler Mizoguchi, University of Illinois, 90.150
3. Alex Naddour, University of Oklahoma, 89.750
4. Steven Legendre, University of Oklahoma, 89.700
5. Brandon Wynn, Ohio State University, 89.350
5. Bryan del Castillo, University of California-Berkeley, 89.350
7. Ryan Lieberman, Stanford University, 88.950
8. Josh Dixon, Stanford University, 88.750
9. Glen Ishino, University of California-Berkeley, 88.650
10. Donothan Bailey, University of California-Berkeley, 87.600