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NCAA.com | January 11, 2014

Huskers sweep all four events and all-around to top Northern Illinois

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Nebraska swept all four events and the all-around to a 196.625-192.525 win against Northern Illinois on Saturday evening. The Huskers performed in front of a packed house of 2,746 fans for the first Tumble N' Rumble combined meet with wrestling.

Senior Emily Wong had a strong night for the Huskers earning two individual titles including the all-around title (39.425). Wong ended the evening with a stellar performance on floor and posting a 9.95 on the event to claim top honors.

Junior Jessie DeZiel started the evening off on fire posting two top scores that tie her career-best on vault (9.95) and on bars (9.925). Lauer also had a impressive performance on beam, posting a 9.85 to earn the beam title for the Big Red.

Nebraska started the night on vault, hitting a stellar score of 49.225 on the evening. The Huskers were led by DeZiel who hit a score of 9.95 for the event title. Adding to the Huskers' efforts were junior Desire' Stephens and redshirt freshman Ariel Martin, who picked up identical marks of 9.85.

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