The No. 5 Nebraska men's gymnastics team counted on another strong vault and a good showing on floor exercise Friday to top No. 10 Iowa 402.800-398.500 in Iowa City, Iowa.
It was the Huskers first win at Carver Arena since 2005.
Griffin Kehler helped the Huskers open up a lead after the second rotation on floor exercise with his career high 14.400 to win the event title. Jake Bonnay and Connor Adamsick both scored 14.000 to tie for second.
From there, the Huskers kept control with a 69.550 on vault, led by Anton Stephenson's 14.850 to tie for the event title with Iowa's Dylan Ellsworth.
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Antonio Castro tied for the pommel horse title with a 14.200 for the Huskers third event title of the night.
Kyle King added a career high 13.400 on high bar to finish third. Jake Bonnay scored a 13.550 to finish second. Alex Magsam added a 13.750 on still rings to finish second.
Nebraska is at the Arnold Challenge in Columbus, Ohio, on March 3.