Huang to Compete in Winter Cup

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  • Junior Bennet Huang travels to Las Vegas, Nevada, to compete in the Winter Cup Feb. 20-22. 

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). 


  • There is a total of 42 gymnasts from 19 teams competing at the Winter Cup. 
  • Huang will be rotating with Squad E, which includes Gage Dyer (Oklahoma), Mathew Davis (Army), Matt Wenske (Oklahoma), Brennan Pantazis (Penn State), Jack Freeman (Oklahoma), and Alexei Vernyl (Oklahoma). 


  • Huang and Davis competed for the Hawkeyes at the 2019 Winter Cup. 
  • Davis posted an overall score of 26.750 on high bar to finish in eighth.
  • Huang tied for fifth on floor with his two-session score of 27.750. 
  • Huang tied for fifth on rings (27.750), 18th on pommel horse (24.550), 14th on rings (24.850), tied for 14th on the vault (27.100), 21st on the parallel bars (22.700), and 18th on the high bar (25.050).


  • 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.


  •  The Hawkeyes host No. 6 Illinois March 1 inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena at 1 p.m. (CT).


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