INDIANAPOLIS — The 2021 National Collegiate Men’s Gymnastics Championships qualifier selections were announced today by the NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Committee. The championships will begin with two pre-qualifying sessions conducted April 16 at Maturi Sports Pavilion on the campus of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Three teams and the top three all-around competitors not on one of the qualifying teams, plus the top three individuals on each event not already qualified on a team or as an all-around competitor, will advance from each pre-qualifying session to the finals session. Finals competition will take place April 17, also at Minnesota.
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The 2021 qualifying teams and individuals are listed below.
|William & Mary||384.713|
All-around individual qualifiers:
|Garrett Braunton||Air Force||75.000|
|Frankie Valentin||Air Force||74.363|
Floor exercise individual qualifiers:
|Collin Hickey||Air Force||12.775|
|Samuel Metzler (alternate)||Air Force||12.475|
Pommel horse individual qualifiers:
|Noah Everett||Air Force||12.863|
|Scott McMurray||Air Force||12.563|
|Graham Shaw (alternate)||Army||11.450|
Still rings individual qualifiers:
|Allen Shadan||Air Force||13.175|
|Oliver Zavel||Air Force||12.738|
|Patrick Armstrong (alternate)||Army||12.600|
Vault individual qualifiers:
|Brandon Bzoskie||Air Force||14.038|
Parallel bars individual qualifiers:
|Oliver Zavel||Air Force||13.088|
|Allen Shadan||Air Force||12.875|
|Zachary Mitchell (alternate)||Army||12.488|
|Matthew Martin (alternate)||Army||12.150|
Horizontal bars individual qualifiers:
|Oliver Zavel||Air Force||12.775|
|Allen Shadan (alternate)||Air Force||11.950|
|Jackson Pophal (alternate)||Army||11.375|
Stanford won its sixth national championship in 2019 with a team score of 415.222 points at the championships hosted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Oklahoma took runner-up honors with 414.556 points, while Nebraska placed third with 407.489 points. There was no championship in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information regarding the National Collegiate Men’s Gymnastics Championships, log on to ncaa.com.