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Oklahoma Wins Men's NCAA Championships
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CHICAGO—Oklahoma hasn't lost a meet since it placed second at the 2014 NCAA Championships. The closest the Sooners came to losing this season was at Ohio State in Columbus, where they won, 413.650-412.700.
Now Oklahoma has won four straight NCAA Championships, and has caught up to Penn State with the most titles (12). Illinois is next with 10.
The Sooners scored 414.858 for the victory, and there was a close battle for the next two places. Minnesota finished second with 411.923, and Illinois placed third with 411.689.
Stanford scored 408.589 for fourth, Nebraska finished fifth with 403.589 and Penn State placed sixth with 401.991.

Yul Moldauer of Oklahoma grabbed the all-around crown with 87.298, and Minnesota freshman Shane Wiskus placed second with 83.064. Alec Yoder of Ohio State finished third with 82.631.
Nissen-Emery Award winner Sean Melton (Ohio State) and a rough all-around meet. He fell on his tucked double-double rings dismount and fell forward on his handspring-double front vault. He placed eighth with 81.498.

Read complete coverage of the men's and women's NCAAs in the May issue of International Gymnast.

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