2013 — Competed in all 11 meets… earned All-America honors on rings, scoring 14.925 at the NCAA Event Finals… scored a school record on rings at the Metroplex Challenge (15.800), winning the event with the highest score… placed fourth on rings (15.125) at the Big Ten Championships… earned five first place finishes on rings… won the rings title against Oklahoma (15.400)… scored a 15.150 on rings at the Windy City Invite, to win the event.
2012 — Qualified to NCAA Championships in rings by placing third in Session I of NCAA Qualifier with 14.900… scored 14.550 on first day of NCAA Championships to place 17th… placed first on rings at Nebraska with school record score of 15.750… named Big Ten Co-Gymnast of the Week on March 26th following Nebraska dual… first Hawkeye to earn weekly conference honor since Geoff Reins in 2009… competed in every meet of season… competed on floor exercise, pommel horse, rings and vault… had 10 top-five event finishes… had three first place event finishes… letterwinner.
2011 — Owns the top-five scores on rings in school history… competed in 11 meets with action on five events… qualified for NCAA Championships on rings… placed 9th on SR at NCAA Qualifier with 15.150… placed 21st at NCAA Championships with 14.850… set school record on rings, scoring a 15.200 on two occasions (vs. Nebraska; at Nebraska & Minnesota)… three first place finishes… eight top-five finishes in regular season… placed fifth on SR at Windy City Invitational… placed second on SR and third on PH at Illinois… placed third on SR at Minnesota… placed first on SR and vault vs. Nebraska… placed second on SR at Nebraska & Minnesota.
2010 — Competed in eight events… scored 14.800 on rings at Windy City Invitational to place fifth… season best score on pommel horse (13.600) at Pacific Coast Classic… season best 14.300 score on parallel bars at NCAA Qualifier… season best score on horizontal bars (13.400) at Windy City Invitational… member of 16+ start value club… letterwinner.
High School — Won numerous Colorado State titles… four-time Academic All-American… received leadership award from club team his senior season… individually placed first at state, second at regionals and 24th in the nation in the AA during 2009… individually he placed third on rings at the 2009 Junior Olympic Nationals… his personal bests throughout high school: floor exercise (14.4), pommel horse (14.1), rings (15.75), vault (15), parallel bars (14.7), high bar (14.1) and all-around (84.65)… club coach was Vladimir Artemev at 5280 Gymnastics.
Personal — Born August 28, 1990 in Kiev, Ukraine… son of Roman and Iryna Gryshayev… mechanical engineering major.