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Nebraska Cornhuskers men's gymnastics

Nebraska Cornhuskers men's gymnastics
Year founded: 1974
City Lincoln, NE
Team Mascot Herbie Husker; Lil' Red
Team Colors Scarlet and Cream
Head Coach Chuck Chmelka
Home Stadium Bob Devaney Sports Center
League/conference affiliations

Conference History:

Team history as of December 18, 2012:[1]

All-Time Record

  • 356-226-8

National Championships

  • 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1988, 1990, 1994

NCAA Individual Champions

  • 42

The Nebraska Cornhuskers represent the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in men's gymnastics. The Nebraska Cornhuskers are one of the most successful teams in the nation with 8 national team titles, 7 NCAA runner-up finishes, and 42 NCAA event titles. Ten Huskers have gone on to represent the United States in the Olympics.[1] The Huskers compete in the Big Ten Conference.

NCAA Individual National Champions

  • 1980 Phil Cahoy - Parallel bars
  • 1980 Phil Cahoy - Horizontal bar
  • 1980 Jim Hartung - All Around
  • 1980 Jim Hartung - Still Rings
  • 1980 Steve Elliott - Floor Exercise
  • 1981 Phil Cahoy - Parallel bars
  • 1981 Phil Cahoy - Horizontal bar
  • 1981 Jim Hartung - Parallel bars
  • 1981 Jim Hartung - Still Rings
  • 1981 Jim Hartung - All Around
  • 1982 Jim Hartung - Parallel bars
  • 1982 Jim Hartung - Still Rings
  • 1982 Steve Elliott - Floor Exercise
  • 1982 Steve Elliott - Vault
  • 1983 Scott Johnson - Floor Exercise
  • 1983 Scott Johnson - Horizontal bar
  • 1983 Scott Johnson - Parallel bars
  • 1983 Chris Riegel - Vault
  • 1984 Chris Riegel - Vault
  • 1985 Wes Suter - Horizontal bar
  • 1985 Wes Suter - Floor Exercise
  • 1985 Wes Suter - All Around
  • 1987 Tom Schlesinger - Parallel bars
  • 1987 Tom Schlesinger - All Around
  • 1987 Kevin Davis - Parallel bars
  • 1988 Kevin Davis - All Around
  • 1988 Kevin Davis - Parallel bars
  • 1989 Patrick Kirksey - All Around
  • 1990 Patrick Kirksey - Parallel bars
  • 1992 Che Bowers - Pommell Horse
  • 1993 Richard Grace - Floor Exercise
  • 1994 Richard Grace - Parallel bars
  • 1994 Dennis Harrison - All Around
  • 1995 Rick Kieffer - Horizontal bar
  • 1995 Richard Grace - Parallel bars
  • 1995 Richard Grace - All Around
  • 1997 Marshall Nelson - Parallel bars
  • 1997 Marshall Nelson - Horizontal bar
  • 1998 Marshall Nelson - Parallel bars
  • 1999 Jason Hardabura - All Around
  • 1999 Jason Hardabura - Floor Exercise

Cornhuskers in the Olympics

  • Jim Hartung (1980 & 1984) Team gold medal on 1984 U.S. Squad
  • Phil Cahoy (1980)
  • Larry Gerard (1980)
  • Jim Mikus (1984) Team gold medal on 1984 U.S. Squad
  • Scott Johnson (1984 & 1988) Team gold medal on 1984 U.S. Squad
  • Wes Suter (1988)
  • Kevin Davis (1988)
  • Tom Schlesinger (1988)
  • Trent Dimas (1992) Gold Medal on horizontal bar
  • Francis Allen (1980 & 1992) Two-time Olympic team head coach

References

  1. ^ a b "2012 Media Guide - History". Huskers.com. Retrieved December 18, 2012. 

External links

  • Nebraska athletic department
  • Nebraska Men's Gymnastics
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