Cal Takes Second at Home Trimeet
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  02/12/2012

Feb. 12, 2012

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BERKELEY - The California men's gymnastics team won pommel horse, vault, parallel bars and high bar but narrowly lost to the No. 1 team in the country in Oklahoma on Sunday afternoon. The Golden Bears finished second with 349.400 points to the Sooners' 351.600, but bested Stanford's 343.700.

Glen Ishino won pommel horse, notching a 15.700. Donothan Bailey won parallel bars while Jacob Jizrawi took home the high bar title. Bailey earned his first all-around title of the 2012 campaign.

Floor Exercise - OU 59.500, Stanford 56.700, Cal 56.000:

The Sooners obliterated the competition, taking the first four spots. Donothan Bailey was Cal's highest finished, taking seventh with a 14.300. Daniel Culpepper was 10th (14.100), Jeffrey Langenstein and Dennis Mannhart tied with Cameron Foreman for 12th (13.800), Jean Monteclaro was 16th (13.400) and Nic Blair 18th (12.700).

Rings - OU 60.300, Cal 58.200, Stanford 58.200:

Jean Monteclaro was seventh amongst all competitors and first on the Cal squad with a 14.800. Steven Lacombe was eighth with a 14.600. Mannhart and Bailey tied for 10th (14.400). Langenstein earned a 13.900 for 12th place and Michael del Junco took 16th with a 12.800.

Pommel Horse - Cal 59.200, Stanford 55.700, OU 57.500:

Glen Ishino was first with a 15.700. Bailey was next amongst the Bears with a 14.500 for sixth. Just behind him was Mannhart, who tied for seventh with a 14.400. Nic Blair took ninth, scoring a 14.00.

Vault - Cal 59.200, OU 59.100, Stanford 58.900:

Steven Lacombe cracked the medal stand with a 15.00 for third place. Langenstein narrowly missed the top-three, finishing in a three-way tie for fourth with a 14.900. Bailey tied for seventh (14.800), Monteclaro was 11th (14.500) and Blair was 15th (12.900).

Parallel Bars - Cal 57.300, OU 56.700, Stanford 56.400:

The Bears took home first, second and third place with Bailey winning it all (15.000) while Jimmy Kerry and Mannhart tied for second (14.400). Jonathan Liu was 12th, scoring a 13.500 and Michael del Junco was 17th, notching a 12.700.

High Bar - Cal 59.500, Oklahoma 58.500, Stanford 57.800:

Jacob Jizrawi won the event with a 15.300 with Mannhart nipping at his heels with a 15.200. Nic Blair had his best performance of the day, taking fifth with a 14.700. Bailey tied for 10th (14.300), Joshua Van Bourg took 14th (13.500) and Kerry was 18th (11.800).

Next Time in the Gym

The Bears compete at Stanford next Saturday at 7 p.m.