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NCAA Men's Gymnastics Week 7 Recap

Recap of everything that happed in week 7 of the NCAA season.

Jessica Frankl

February 19, 2024

Recap of everything that happed in week 7 of the NCAA season.

Michigan vs. Springfield, Arizona State*

Michigan: 407.750

Springfield: 384.850

Arizona State (GymACT): 381.400

Michigan cruised to an easy win over Springfield and the Arizona State GymAct team. With that said, both Springfield and Arizona State had individual success. Springfield's Peyton Cramer hit a strong pommel routines for a 14.350, which was 0.75 better than the next closest competitor. Also, Arizona State's Jackson Harrison tied for the floor title with Michigan's Crew Bold, both scoring a 14.05. Michigan claimed the remaining event, Logan McKeown took 14.60 on the Parallel Bars, Chris Read took the Rings title with a 14.35 and Fred Richard took the two remaining titles, scoring a 14.45 to take High Bar, and a 14.90 on Vault. Springfield's Sam Kaplan took another all around title home.

Nebraska vs. Army, Greenville


Greenville: 395.700

Army: 393.500

Nebraska finally put it all together this past weekend, breaking 412, which was the highest score of the week. Nebraska has some stand out routines on floor and pommel horse, but the highlight was Zach Tiderman, who broke the school record on high bar. Nebraska also took five out of the six event titles. The only title they didn't take was vault. Logan Watterson from Greenville earned the vault title with a 15.0. Greenville continues to break their own record, scoring a 395.70 and Army placed third, despite recording a season best score.

Simpson vs. Oklahoma

Oklahoma: 400.600

Simpson: 360.950

Simpson will hosted number 1 ranked Oklahoma Sooners at home for the first time. While the Sooners rested top scores like Emre Dodanli, Fuzzy Benas, and Colin Flores, the Sooners had an easy road win, scoring about 40 points hire than their rivals. OU had an exceptional vault rotation, scoring 72.40 with the top score coming on vault from Leo Koike who earned a 14.90. Six different athletes from OU won the individual different events while Sterling Pariza from Simpson won the all around title with a 73.050.

California vs. William & Mary

California: 393.150

William & Mary: 376.900

*Virtual Meet

While Cal was not able to match their 400+ score from last week, they were still able to capitalize on the virtual meet format and take a win against William & Mary. Cal athletes won the titles on all six events.

All NCAA teams will have a break from competition this week as individuals will have the chance to compete at Winter Cup in Louisville, Kentucky.

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