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Nebraska Cornhuskers men's gymnastics

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Nebraska Cornhuskers men's gymnastics
Nebraska Cornhuskers logo.svg
Founded1939
Head coachChuck Chmelka (11th season)
ConferenceBig Ten
LocationLincoln, Nebraska
Home arenaBob Devaney Sports Center (Capacity: 7,907)
ColorsScarlet and Cream[1]
         
National championships
1979–83, 1988, 1990, 1994
Conference championships
Big Eight: 1964, 1976, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1988–90, 1992–94
MPSF: 1997, 1999

The Nebraska Cornhuskers men's gymnastics team represents the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in the Big Ten Conference. Since being established in 1939, the program has won eight national championships, finished as the national runner-up seven times, and won 42 NCAA event titles. Ten Huskers have gone on to represent the United States in the Olympics.[2] The Huskers compete in the Big Ten Conference.

The team is coached by Chuck Chmelka, who has been on staff at NU since 1986.

Coaching staff

Name Position First year Alma mater
Chuck Chmelka Head Coach 2010 Nebraska
Jim Hartung Assistant Coach 2006 Nebraska
John Robinson Assistant Coach 2011 Nebraska

NCAA Individual National Champions

  • Phil Cahoy – Parallel Bars (1980, 1981), Horizontal Bar (1980, 1981)
  • Jim Hartung – All-Around (1980, 1981), Still Rings (1980–82), Parallel Bars (1981, 1982)
  • Steve Elliott – Floor Exercise (1980, 1982), Vault (1982)
  • Scott Johnson – Floor Exercise (1983), Horizontal Bar (1983), Parallel Bars (1983)
  • Chris Riegel – Vault (1983, 1984)
  • Wes Suter – All-Around (1985), Horizontal Bar (1985), Floor Exercise (1985)
  • Tom Schlesinger – All-Around (1987), Parallel Bars (1987)
  • Kevin Davis – Parallel Bars (1987, 1988), All-Around (1988)
  • Patrick Kirksey – All-Around (1989), Parallel Bars (1990)
  • Che Bowers – Pommell Horse (1992)
  • Richard Grace – Floor Exercise (1993), Parallel Bars (1994)
  • Dennis Harrison – All-Around (1994)
  • Rick Kieffer – Horizontal Bar (1995)
  • Richard Grace – All-Around (1995), Parallel Bars (1995)
  • Marshall Nelson – Horizontal Bar (1997), Parallel Bars (1997, 1998)
  • Jason Hardabura – All-Around (1999), Floor Exercise (1999)

Olympians

  • Jim Hartung – 1980, 1984†
  • Phil Cahoy – 1980
  • Larry Gerard – 1980
  • Jim Mikus – 1984
  • Scott Johnson – 1984†, 1988
  • Wes Suter – 1988
  • Kevin Davis – 1988
  • Tom Schlesinger – 1988
  • Trent Dimas – 1992†
  • Francis Allen – 1980, 1992 (Head coach)
  • Mark Williams – 2016 (Head coach)

† Gold Medalist

All-Americans

References

  1. ^ "The Power of Color" (PDF). University of Nebraska Athletics Brand Guide. September 13, 2017. Retrieved July 23, 2019.
  2. ^ "2012 Media Guide - History" (PDF). Huskers.com. Retrieved December 18, 2012.[permanent dead link]

External links

This page was last edited on 6 September 2019, at 21:44
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