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Huskers finish fourth at NCAA Finals

The Nebraska men’s gymnastics team had a great showing on Saturday night
The Nebraska men’s gymnastics team was named one of the 12 teams to qualify for the 2021 Men’s...
The Nebraska men’s gymnastics team was named one of the 12 teams to qualify for the 2021 Men’s Gymnastics Championships announced the NCAA on Tuesday.(10/11 NOW)
Published: Apr. 17, 2021 at 10:05 PM CDT
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LINCOLN, Neb. (Courtesy: Husker Athletics) - The Nebraska men’s gymnastics team claimed five All-America honors and a fourth-place finish Saturday night at the NCAA Championship Finals. The Huskers performance was highlighted by a fourth-place finish on vault by Charlie Giles. Charlie Giles earned All-America honors on pommel horse and vault. Taylor Christopulos tied for fifth on vault to earn All-America honors. Evan Kriley and Mitch Tyndall finished in fourth and fifth on pommel horse to earn All-America honors. 

Stanford took home the team title after notching a 414.521. Oklahoma came in second with a 411.591 while Michigan finished in third with a 410.358. Minnesota finished in the fifth spot with a 406.291 while Illinois came in sixth with a 397.991.

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