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Stanford Men’s Gymnastics: Perfection Continues

The Stanford Men’s Gymnastics team continued their perfect season

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

7-0 record. All 6 events won.

That has been the Stanford Men's Gymnastics Season. Utter dominance.

No. 2 ranked Stanford effortlessly took care of business with a combined score of 435.000 against a No. 18 ranked Washington (398.050) and No. 20 ranked SC United (355.100).

Starting it off on floor was junior Gabe Flores, who led the squad with a 15.300 to a 72.150 team score as Drew Burton, Grant Breckenridge, and Jordan DeClerk each posted their own career best.

Junior Drew Willoughby carried the team on pommel horse with a career best of 15.150, with Drew Burton's 13.750 and Robert Neff's 13.850 helping to compliment the team score of 70.400.

Junior Jordan DeClerk took the gold on rings with a 14.800 as Gabe Flores and Drew Burton had their own personal bests to help the Cardinal total 71.150 for its third event of the evening.

Flores took the lead on vault as well, sticking a 14.950 to win the event. Teammates Grant Breckenridge and Gareth Weiss posted respective scores of 14.850 and 14.650 to take the silver and bronze, and bring Stanford to a team score of 73.350.

Fifth year senior Brian Knott, the defending NCAA champion on parallel bars, scored a season best of 15.300 to take the event, while Dennis Zaremski and Robert Neff each surpassed the 15-point barrier for the first time in their career.

Three more cracked into the 15's on the next event: high bar. Led by sophomore Robert Neff's career-best 15.250 was Ryan Sheppard's 15.100 and Brian Knott's 15.000.

The unbeaten Cardinal will host Michigan and California on Saturday, February 6th at 4pm in their Burnham Pavilion.