The No. 10 Michigan women's gymnastics team posted strong scores on the final two rotations to pull away for a 196.500-195.700 win against No. 13 Nebraska on Sunday in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Nebraska senior Sienna Crouse won the vault title with a season-best score of 9.95. Michigan won the other four event titles.
Nebraska (3-2) opened with a 48.950 on the uneven bars and extended its lead to 98.325-98.075 after two rotations thanks to a season-best 49.375 on vault.
Crouse was one of three Huskers to post a season-high mark on vault. Junior Taylor Houchin scored a 9.90 to place third, and freshman Adnerys De Jesus scored a career-best 9.925 to take second.
Michigan (7-2) took the lead in rotation three with a 49.125 on the balance beam, while NU scored a 48.650 on floor exercise. Michigan scored a 49.300 on floor exercise, including the event's top four individual scores, to seal the win.
Crouse also placed second on uneven bars with a score of 9.900, and second in the all-around (39.375).
Nebraska will host Minnesota at 5 p.m. on Saturday. The dual will be carried by ESPNU.