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Oklahoma Team Rankings

Ranking Three Score Avg.
Overall 1st 422.183
FX 1st 71.483
PH 3rd 67.817
SR 1st 70.967
VT 1st 73.317
PB 2nd 69.767
HB 1st 69.533






















Individual Rankings
Gymnast Event Rank NQA
Levi Anderson HB 1st 14.500

VT 5th 14.667
Peter Daggett SR 4th 14.433
Gage Dyer FX 3rd 14.583

HB 4th 14.650

VT 6th 14.650
Vitaliy Guimaraes FX 8th 14.433

VT T10th 14.600
Tanner Justus VT 4th 14.683
Jake Maloley SR 7th 14.250
Yul Moldauer FX 1st 14.917

PH 5th 14.300

SR 1st 14.867

PB 1st 14.933
Genki Suzuki HB 7th 14.000

PB 10th 14.100

PH 11th 13.883
Alexei Vernyi VT 7th 14.633
Matt Wenske VT T10th 14.600

NORMAN – After topping No. 3 Michigan with an NCAA-season high 424.050 last Saturday at McCasland Field House, the Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team held steady at No. 1 in this week’s Road to Nationals rankings.

The Sooners topped the Wolverines by over 12 points en route to their 109th consecutive victory. OU holds the top three-score average (422.183) along with the top spots on floor exercise (71.483), still rings (70.967), vault (73.217) and high bar (69.533). The team ranks in the top three on the other two events, coming in second with a 69.767 three-score average on parallel bars and third on pommel horse with it’s 67.817. 

Individually, with the rankings shift to the National Qualifying Average after week five, three Sooners hold top ten spots on floor exercise. Senior co-captain Yul Moldauer ranks first with an NQA of 14.917 after notching an NCAA-season high 15.300 on Saturday. Sophomore Gage Dyer sits third (14.583), while freshman Vitaliy Guimaraes holds eighth (14.433).   

Two Sooners rank in the top 11 of the pommel horse standings, led by Moldauer (14.300) in fifth. Fellow senior co-captain Genki Suzuki (13.883) ranks 11th.

OU occupies three of the top seven spots on still rings. Moldauer holds first with his 14.867 national qualifying average, while seniors Peter Daggett and Jake Maloley sit fourth and seventh with respective averages of 14.433 and 14.250. 

On the event that the Sooners average an impressive, nation-leading 73.217, vault, OU gymnasts hold six of the top 10 individual spots. Junior Tanner Justus (14.683) ranks fourth, senior Levi Anderson (14.667) holds fifth, Dyer (14.650) sits sixth, while sophomore Alexei Vernyi (14.633) ranks seventh. Two Sooners, Guimaraes and senior Matt Wenske hold a share of 10th, averaging 14.600.

After claiming his third parallel bars title of 2019 with a nation-leading 15.100, Moldauer tops the charts on the event with an NQA of 14.933. Suzuki (14.100) ranks 10th on the apparatus.

A trio of Sooners land in the top 10 on high bar, led by the co-captain Anderson (14.500) at first. Dyer (14.183) holds his third top-10 individual event ranking on HB with a fourth-place spot. Suzuki comes in at seventh with a 14.000 NQA tally.     

The OU team takes a week off before returning to action Saturday, March 9, versus the No. 5 Illinois Fighting Illini. The meet will serve as Senior Night, honoring OU’s nine members of the class of 2019. The class has yet to lose a meet in their four-year tenure in Norman, compiling a running 85-0 record and having been a part of three of the Sooners’ four consecutive national championships.

The meet is slated for a 4 p.m. CT start with senior presentations being held prior to the first event. Tickets can be found here.

Moldauer will compete individually this Saturday, March 2, as he looks to defend his back-to-back American Cup titles at this year’s installment of the World Cup event in Greensboro, N.C. The action will be broadcast on The Olympic Channel and NBCSN beginning at 10:30 a.m. CT.


Single-meet and season tickets for all regular-season home meets are on sale now and can be purchased by calling the University of Oklahoma Ticket Office at (405) 325-2424 or toll-free at (800) 456-GoOU. Tickets can also be ordered online by visiting SoonerSports.com/tickets.

For updates and more information on Oklahoma men’s gymnastics, follow the Sooners on Twitter and Instagram (@OU_MGymnastics) and like Oklahoma Men’s Gymnastics on Facebook.



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