The No. 8 Iowa men’s gymnastics team fell to border-rival No. 6 Minnesota on Jan. 27 in Minneapolis, 405.900-395.450.
The Hawkeyes began the meet on pommel horse, with senior Austin Hodges leading the squad with a first-place finish of 14.100. Junior Kevin Johnson recorded a 13.750 to tie for second.
Following on the rings, junior Jake Brodarzon took home first with a season-best 13.850.
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On floor, freshmen Bennet Huang recorded a runner-up finish with a 13.900. Huang also lead the team on vault with a career-best 14.100, tying for fifth.
Junior Rogelio Vazquez led Iowa in both bar events. On parallel bars, he recorded a 13.550, good for third place. On the high bar, he finished fourth with a season-best 13.600.
In the all-around competition, Huang finished second with a career-best 77.300.
Iowa will make its home début on Feb. 3 against Illinois.