Men's Gymnastics Notebook: Oklahoma

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•    The University of Iowa men’s gymnastics team travels to Norman, Oklahoma, to compete agaisnt top-ranked Oklahoma on Feb. 8 at 5 p.m. (CT).

Fans can follow online through live streaming and live stats.  A link to both will be available on the Iowa men’s gymnastics schedule page at 
Fans can also follow along on Instagram (@iowamgym) and with live updates on Twitter (@mensgymiowa) and Facebook (iowamensgymnastics). 

•    No. 1 Oklahoma opened its 2020 season at the Rocky Mountain Open where the team placed first with a score of 409.900. 
•    The Sooners won the tri-meet (412.200) with Ohio State (397.600) and Arizona State (380.700) on Jan. 18.
•    No. 1 Oklahoma came in second to Stanford at the Stanford open with a score of 408.200 on Jan. 25.

•    Iowa and Oklahoma competed last on Feb. 9, 2019. The Hawkeyes fell to the Sooners, 405.150-397.750.
•    Evan Davis finished second in the all-around (78.350).

•    The Hawkeyes won their home debut (400.000) against No. 10 Minnesota (397.600) and No. 19 UIC (355.600). 
•    Davis won the rings event (13.500) and tied his career-best score. 
•    Bennet Huang won the all-around with 81.050.
•    The Hawkeyes traveled to Lincoln, Neb., on Jan. 26 to face the Huskers. Nebraska won the meet with a score of 409.850. Iowa garnered a final score of 406.950. 
•    Sophomore Evan Davis crushed four career-best scores on the floor (14.400), rings (13.500), parallel bars (13.650) and high bar (13.750).
•    Senior Mitch Mandozzi won the vault event and also had a career-high score of 14.600.
•    Senior Brandon Wong won on rings with a score of 13.800.
•    The Hawkeyes opened the 2020 season at the Windy City Invite and placed fourth with a team score of 393.100.
•    Carter Tope and Bennet Huang competed in the all-around. Tope, an Iowa native, scored a 75.550. Huang earned an all-around score of 80.400. 
•    Freshmen Amari Sewell and Reuven Anderson made their debuts for the Hawkeyes. Sewell scored 11.100 on pommel horse and Anderson scored 12.950 on rings.

•    Junior Bennet Huang will compete in the Winter Cup in Las Vegas, Nev. Feb. 20-21. 


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