The No. 9 Hawkeyes travel to Columbus, Ohio, to compete against No. 5 Ohio State and No. 22 Northern Illinois March 7 at 1 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 hawkeyesports.com.
- Fans can also follow along on Instagram (@iowamgym) and with live updates on Twitter (@mensgymiowa) and Facebook (iowamensgymnastics).
- No. 5 Ohio State is ranked 7th on floor, 5th on pommel horse, 6th on rings, 11th on vault, 5th on parallel bars, and 2nd on high bar.
- The Buckeyes beat Navy (408.900 – 397.200) on Feb. 29.
- Ohio State lost to Michigan (409.600 – 408.500) on Feb. 1.
- No. 22 Northern Illinois lost to Temple on Feb. 29 (355.600 – 320.100).
- Northern Illinois finished 6th at the Windy City Invite with a team score of 298.300.
LAST TIME AGAINST OHIO STATE
- The Hawkeyes bounced back for a win against Ohio State (399.650 – 396.400) on March 16, 2019, inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
- Nick Merryman won the parallel bars (13.650) and high bar (13.350).
- The Hawkeyes are ranked 8th on floor, 10th on pommel horse, 11th on rings, 6th on vault, 10th on parallel bars, and 7th on high bar.
- The Hawkeyes are ranked No. 6 in the Big Ten Conference.
HAWKEYES IN THE RANKINGS
- Junior Bennet Huang is ranked ninth nationally in the all-around.
- Huang has an average all-around score of 79.670 and a high all-around score of 81.050.
- The Hawkeyes tied No. 6 Illinois (403.050) in Carver-Hawkeye Arena on March 1.
- Bennet Huang won the all-around (81.300) and high bar (13.850) with career-best performances.
- Mitch Mandozzi won vault (14.400).
- 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 host No. 2 Michigan for their final meet inside Carver Hawkeye Arena March 15 at 2:30 p.m. (CT). The meet will be televised live on the Big Ten Network.