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Bears Win All Six Events to Beat UIC
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  03/24/2012

March 24, 2012

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BERKELEY - The California men's gymnastics team steamrolled UIC on Saturday evening at the RSF Fieldhouse 347.750-328.700. Cal won all six events with Golden Bears taking five of the six individual event titles.

Jean Monteclaro took home the all-around and rings titles. Glen Ishino won floor and pommel horse. Jeffrey Langenstein earned the vault title and Jacob Jizrawi won high bar.

Floor - Cal 58.500, UIC 55.950:

Ishino was Cal's top finisher, earned a 14.900 to win the event. Donothan Bailey was next in line with a 14.650, taking third overall. Daniel Culpepper was third amongst the Bears with a 14.550. Jean Monteclaro rounded out the points contributors with a 14.400.

Pommel Horse - Cal 59.700, UIC 56.150:

Ishino steamrolled the competition, scoring a 15.850 to win the apparatus with his score more than an entire point ahead of second place, which was UIC's Lukasz Adamczyk. Dennis Mannhart (14.700), Matthew del Junco (14.650) and Nic Blair (14.500) rounded out the Bears.

Rings - Cal 58.600, UIC 55.450:

Jean Monteclaro won rings with a 15.100. Steven Lacombe took second thanks to his 14.950. Mannhart earned a 14.350 while Bailey and Jeffrey Langenstein both tallied 14.200s.

Vault - Cal 58.450, UIC 56.150:

Jeffrey Langenstein took home the event title by scoring a 15.050. Steven Lacombe was second, thanks to this 14.800. Also notching above 14.00s were Blair (14.350), Mannhart (14.250) and Jean Monteclaro (14.150).

Parallel Bars - Cal 58.800, UIC 54.150:

Jonathan Liu was the Bears' top competitor, earning a 14.650. Right behind him was Jim Kerry with a 14.600. Dennis Mannhart was next in line with a 14.350 and Daniel Culpepper was next with a 14.200.

High Bar - Cal 54.700, UIC 50.850:

Jacob Jizrawi won the event, scoring a 14.000. Dennis Mannhart tallied a 13.750, and Nic Blair was next, scoring a 13.600. Kerry was next with a 13.350.

Next Time in the Gym:

The Bears return to action on April 7 at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo. The conference meet serves as the final tune-up before Cal heads to NCAA Championships in Norman, Okla., from April 19-21.


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