Gymnastics

Senior Nicole Artz was one of Michigan’s five All-Big Ten first team honorees.

Not only did five gymnasts make the All-Big Ten first team but it also clinched its fourth Big Ten Championship in a row.

Sophomore Anthony McCallum, one of four Wolverines at the Winter Cup, won a title in the vault.

Vaulting for the first time in 10 months, McCallum picked up another title in Las Vegas on Saturday.

The Michigan women’s gymnastics team tied their best score of the season, defeating North Carolina State, 197.225-193.225.

The Michigan women’s gymnastics team tied their best score of the season, defeating North Carolina State, 197.225-193.225.

Though she’s a junior, Marinez had never competed on the floor before Friday against North Carolina State, but she earned a score of 9.800.

Though she’s a junior, Marinez had never competed on the floor before Friday against North Carolina State, but she earned a score of 9.800.

Senior Nicole Artz in a meet against Nebraska on January 28, 2017.

Though it may have been enough to defeat in-state rival Michigan State, the Wolverines departed East Lansing hungry for more.

Senior Talia Chiarelli claimed a first-place finish with a floor routine that earned a score of 9.775.

The seventh-ranked Wolverines swept every event, including the all-around, to top the Terrapins, 196.475 - 195.625.

Sophomore Emyre Cole notched the Wolverines’ only event title with a score of 14.600 in the vault.

The eighth-ranked Buckeyes simply had too much talent and veteran experience, sending Michigan back from Columbus with a decisive 422.200-404.950 loss Saturday.

Senior Nicole Artz took the all-around title for the second consecutive week with a top score of 39.500.

No. 10 Michigan (2-1 Big Ten, 4-2 overall) seems to have found its groove, handing in-conference foe No. 12 Nebraska (2-1, 4-1) its first loss of the season.

Sophomore Olivia Karas led the Wolverines with a personal best in the vault as they defeated Nebraska on Saturday.

Karas scored a 9.975 on the vault to secure her a first place in finish in the event. It also marked Karas’ career-high score for the event, topping the 9.950 she scored back in March of last year at the Big Five Tournament.

Sophomore Emyre Cole led the Wolverines with dominant performances in floor, high bar and vault.

No. 8 Michigan put up a new team best for total team score, but the experienced talent of the Sooners easily prevailed.

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