The Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team tallied their 80th straight win in McCasland Field House, dating back to 2007, and tied their best score of the season in their 414.200-396.000 victory over No. 9 California Saturday.
Freshman Fuzzy Benas registered one of the highest all-around scores among NCAA men’s gymnasts this season with his 84.500.
The Sooners won every team and individual event title of their last home meet of the season.
On floor, Benas earned a career high with a score of 14.200. Freshman Emre Dodanli also notched a 14.200 to share the individual event title with Benas. Junior Jack Freeman tallied a 13.800, assisting the Sooners in earning a 69.000 on the event.
Sophomore Zach Nunez took home the individual event title on pommel horse with a 13.900. Benas scored a 13.550 to help the Sooners finish with a 66.950 on the event.
Senior Spencer Goodell registered a career-high 14.050 on still rings. Junior Alan Camillus earned his season high on the event (13.800), and sophomore Daniel Simmons tallied his career high (13.700). Redshirt junior Cesar Gracia’s career-high 13.350 assisted the Sooners in notching their season-high on the event with a 68.800.
On vault, Oklahoma earned another season-high score with a collective 72.550, led by Benas’ career-high 15.000. Simmons notched his second career high of the night with a 14.750. Redshirt junior Josh Corona tallied a 14.600.
The Sooners scored 68.500 on parallel bars, led by Benas’ score of 14.250. Gracia and Goodell both tallied 13.600 on the event.
Freeman notched his third straight high bar individual title with a 14.050. Dodanli earned a career-high 13.700, and Gracia tallied a 13.900. Benas finished his all-around with a 13.600.
Junior Jack Freeman has scored a 14.500 on high bar at Winter Cup, at Springfield/William & Mary and at home against Ohio State. He took home Winter Cup high bar champion with the two-day score of 27.850.
Freshman Fuzzy Benas earned one of the highest all-around scores in the country in the last home meet of the season with a 84.500. He scored a OU-season-high 15.000 on vault and has the Sooners’ highest scores on still rings (14.200) and parallel bars (14.400).
Senior Vitaliy Guimaraes earned two OU-season-highs in his most recent competition for the Sooners (Ohio State). He scored a 14.850 on floor and a career-high 14.250 on pommel horse.
The Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team holds steady at No. 3 in the Collegiate Gymnastics Association (CGA) rankings after a strong senior night team performance in their 414.200-396.000 win over No. 9 California. Oklahoma takes first on high bar (68.400) and second on floor (68.683). The Sooners rank third on pommel horse (66.700), still rings (67.383) and parallel bars (68.017). Their 71.483 score on vault brings them to fourth on the event.
Three Sooners lead the individual all-around rankings as freshman Fuzzy Benas takes first (81.867), sophomore Zach Nunez holds second (80.550) and freshman Raydel Gamboa claims third (80.333).
Nunez’s average score of 14.000 earns him the fifth spot on pommel horse rankings.
On still rings, Benas claims seventh with a 13.933. His 14.617 earns him sixth on vault.
Benas (14.300) and Gamboa (14.017) hold fourth and ninth on parallel bars.
Junior Jack Freeman claims first on high bar with a 14.350. Redshirt junior Cesar Gracia takes sixth (13.800) and Gamboa takes tenth (13.650) on the event.
The Sooners will take a week off of competition before hosting the NCAA Qualifier, Friday April 15, and NCAA Championships, Saturday April 16, at the Lloyd Noble Center.
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