Men's gymnastics takes second at the Arnold Classic

BY DI STAFF | MARCH 03, 2014 5:00 AM

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JD Reive and his team defeated No. 3 Ohio State this past weekend en route to taking second place at the Arnold Classic.

No. 2 Michigan won the meet with a score of 437.500, and Iowa scored 431.600 in the first meet that included the five-up, five-count format.

“For our first five-up, five-count meet, it went fantastic,” head coach JD Reive said in a press release. “Beating Ohio State was huge. I am incredibly proud of how we performed today. It was a great showing for us heading into the final part of the season.”

Sophomore Jack Boyle continued his strong season by winning the all-around title for the third time with a score of 85.100.

This time, the Hawkeyes strongest event was on rings, where they set a team record with a score of 75.350 and had five gymnasts finish in the top 10.

— by Jack Rossi

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