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Posted on Fri, Apr 20, 2012 : 11:54 p.m.

Michigan sixth at NCAA men's gymnastics finals and more Friday results

By Staff

The Michigan men's gymnastics team couldn't maintain its hot start to the two-day NCAA Championships.

One day after posting the top score out of six championship-round qualifiers, the Wolverines finished in sixth place in the team standings after the finals on Friday night in Norman, Okla.

Michigan sophomore Sam Mikulak tied for second in the individual all-around competition.

Illinois rallied in its final two events to pass No. 1 Oklahoma and win its first NCAA men's gymnastics title since 1989.

Penn State was third, followed by California, Stanford and Michigan.

Led by U.S. Senior National Team members Paul Ruggeri and C.J. Maestes, Illinois posted a team score of 358.85, 1.4 points better than Oklahoma, which failed to win the national title in its home arena.

Another U.S. Senior National Team member, Oklahoma's Jake Dalton, won the individual all-around title with a score of 91. Maestes tied Mikulak for second at 89.7.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Women’s gymnastics

NCAA Championships: Michigan junior Katie Zurales finished with second-team All-American honors after finishing seventh in the all-around and eighth on the vault in Duluth, Ga. (Details)


Ball State 8, Eastern Michigan 4: Ball State sent 11 batters to the plate in a seven-run fourth inning. Sam Ott went 3-for-4 with a double for the Eagles. (Details)

Michigan vs. Northwestern: Postponed because of rain. The teams will play a doubleheader beginning at 1:05 p.m. Saturday at Ray Fisher Stadium.


Ball State 10-9, Eastern Michigan 7-5: The host had 20 hits in the Mid-American Conference doubleheader sweep. (Details)

Women’s tennis

Michigan 5, Penn State 2: No. 14-ranked Michigan (16-6, 9-1) won their fourth straight road match to remain tied atop the Big Ten standings. (Details)

Eastern Michigan 4, Bowling Green 3: No. 5 singles player Mariya Toncheva clinched the win for the Eagles. (Details)

Men’s tennis

Michigan 5, Penn State 2: Michigan (16-5, 9-1) won its seventh straight match. (Details)