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Michigan, Mikulak win NCAA men's gymnastics titles

The University of Michigan men’s gymnastics team captured its fifth NCAA title in program history Saturday at Penn State’s Recreation Hall. The Wolverines earned a 443.200 team score behind a 1-2 all-around finish from first-place winner Sam Mikulak and second-place winner Adrian de los Angeles, who tallied a 91.150 and a 88.350, respectively. [ Title sweep: Wolverines, Mikula crowned NCAA champs ] Team Standings FX PH SR VT PB HB Final Michigan 75.250 72.250 75.800 73.050 73.800 73.050 443.200 Oklahoma 73.600 71.600 75.450 74.100 72.600 72.750 440.100 Stanford 73.500 70.100 72.650 74.000 73.700 72.200 436.150 Penn State 73.600 71.850

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Video: Bev Plocki talks Michigan gymnastics

Michigan women’s gymnastics is back. After missing last season’s NCAA Championships – this from a program that won 18 of the last 21 Big Ten Championships – Michigan has spent time this season atop the national poll. Currently, the Wolverines are  No. 3 and they own the conference’s latest Big Ten Gymnast of the Week, Joanna Sampson. Watch our full interview with Michigan coach Bev Plocki now. Here’s a look at the Big Ten standings. Big Ten Overall Team Record Pct. Record Pct. Minnesota  3-0   1.000  8-0   1.000 Michigan  3-1   .750  7-1   .875 Nebraska  3-1  

Big Ten Gymnastics

Ruggeri, Mikulak shine at men's individual meet

The second day of the 2012 Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championships saw individual event winners crowned and All-Conference teams and award winners announced on Saturday night. Four schools won event titles, including two each for both Illinois and Michigan. Paul Ruggeri won both individual event championships for the Illini, while Sam Mikulak took home two titles for the Wolverines. See all the individual results here and check out the All-Big Ten Teams and superlative winners in this post. Also, watch Saturday’s highlights right now. Ruggeri took home the event title in the floor exercise, totaling 15.800, nearly one-half point ahead

Illinois Men's Gymnastics 2012

Illinois wins Big Ten Men’s Crown

Iowa hosted the 2012 Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championships Friday which featured the team and all-around competitions. Illinois won their fourth straight Big Ten title and freshman CJ Maestas took home the all-around crown in Friday’s session. Watch the highlights now and tune in Saturday for the individual event finals. The session starts at 8 p.m. ET and will air live on BTN. More results can be found here.

All 8 B1G gymnastics teams make NCAA Regionals

All eight Big Ten women’s gymnastics teams have been chosen among the 36-team field to compete at NCAA Regionals on April 7, the selection committee announced on Monday. The Big Ten will be represented at five of the six regional sites. Nebraska received the top seed in the Salt Lake City Regional after earning its first Big Ten Championship. The Huskers are joined in Salt Lake City by No. 3 seed Minnesota, along with host and  No. 2 seed Utah, No. 4 Iowa State, No. 5 Arizona State and No. 6 San Jose State. The regional is set to begin

Nebraska wins Big Ten Women's Gymnastics Crown

In its first attempt, Nebraska won the Big Ten Women’s Gymnastics Championships title on Saturday night. The Huskers tallied a team score of 197.100, while Ohio State followed in second place (196.225) and Minnesota finished third (195.950). Michigan took fourth place (195.875), followed by Illinois in fifth (195.850), Penn State in sixth (195.700), Iowa in seventh (195.425) and Michigan State in eighth (194.675). The Huskers’ Emily Wong won the all-around competition, finishing with a combined score of 39.600. Wong also tied for the balance beam and floor exercise titles to help Nebraska to the championship. Wong tied with Illinois’ Kelsey

Big Ten announces women's gymnastics teams

The Big Ten Conference announced its women’s gymnastics All-Big Ten teams and Big Ten Championships seeds on Monday. The All-Conference teams feature top-six performers in the all-around and the top six in each of the four events, based on the student-athletes’ regional qualifying average. FIRST-TEAM ALL-BIG TEN Kelsey Joannides, ILL Jessie DeZiel, NEB Lora Evenstad, NEB Janelle Giblin, NEB Emily Wong, NEB Sarah Miller, OSU Sharaya Musser, PSU SECOND-TEAM ALL-BIG TEN Amber See, ILL Alina Weinstein, ILL Tesla Cox, IOWA Katie Zurales, MICH Taira Neal, MSU Jamie Schleppenbach, NEB Whitney Bencsko, PSU Madison Merriam, PSU The 2012 Big Ten Championships

BTN to Air 7 Winter Championships

For the fifth consecutive year, BTN will televise seven winter Big Ten Championships, including men’s and women’s swimming and diving, wrestling, men’s and women’s indoor track and field and men’s and women’s gymnastics. Every event will be produced in high definition, including live coverage of the entire Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championships, the final rounds of the Big Ten Wrestling Championships and the final session of the Big Ten Women’s Gymnastics Championships. Coverage begins at 11 a. ET on Saturday, Feb. 25, with the Big Ten Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships from the University of Iowa. The Big Ten Men’s

Michigan Wins 5th Straight Big Ten Crown

Michigan’s run of dominance at the Big Ten Women’s Gymnastics Championships was in serious doubt until the very end of the 2011 meet in Minneapolis. The Wolverines (196.600), however, finished strong on the beam and floor to edge out Penn State (196.375) and Illinois (196.075) en route to claiming their fifth straight Big Ten crown. The fact the victory was so close and that it came down down to the very end made it all the more rewarding, Michigan coach Bev Plocki said: “That makes it that much sweeter, because they did it under pressure.”