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Aug. 20, 2011

PDF: All-Around Results 

PDF: All-Around Results 

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Men’s Gymnastics Broadcast Dates and Times (All Times Eastern)
Aug. 21 – Men’s Final Day- 2:30-4 p.m. NBC Sports (Tape Delayed)

Webcasts Dates and Times (All Times Eastern)
Aug. 19 – Men’s Final Day UniversalSports.com (Video on demand following Universal Sports broadcast)

COLUMBUS, Ohio Brandon Wynn, a former member of the Ohio State men’s gymnastics team, took one step closer to the 2012 Olympics Friday night as the two-time NCAA rings champion became a two-time U.S. rings champion, claiming the crown with a 31.300 two-day score, including a 15.750 in finals at the 2011 Visa Championships in St. Paul, Minn. The native of Voorhees, N.J., Wynn made his third U.S. national team with his performance at the championships and becomes the second Buckeye in program history to claim back-to-back U.S. championships on the event.

Also highlighting the Buckeyes’ week was senior Ty Echard, who finished second overall on pommel horse to claim his first U.S. silver medal with a score of 15.350 and a two-day total of 30.350. Echard, a native of Carroll, Ohio, will look to make his first U.S. national team as the completed roster has yet to be finalized.

“The second day was a lot better for all of the guys in the competition,” Ohio State head coach Rustam Sharipovsaid. “Brandon executed his routine well with his high difficulty and continues to show why he is one of the best in the nation on the event. The guys did a good job and they fought from beginning to end. I was especially glad to see Ty show what he can do on the pommel horse at an elite event like that with his second place finish.”

In the all-around competition, Wynn claimed ninth place with his 88.350 in the finals for a two-day total of 174.450. The 2011 Nissen-Emery Award Finalist finished tied for seventh on high bar (28.900), 10th on parallel bars (29.650), 14th on floor exercise (29.450) and tied for 19th on vault (30.400).

Also competing for the Scarlet and Gray Friday evening in his first U.S. senior championship was sophomore Jeff Treleaven, who finished tied for 11th overall on vault with a two-day total of 30.950.

Two former Buckeyes were in action during the morning session as Sean Regan and Tai Leeboth represented the Scarlet and Gray. Lee tied for 19th overall on vault (30.400) and 19th on rings (27.900) en route to his 82.550 all-around score for 23rd overall. Regan claimed one Top 20 finish on floor exercise with a two-day total of 29.000 for 19th overall, while posting a 77.400 in the all-around competition.

NBC Sports will broadcast the senior men’s finals on tape-delayed basis, beginning at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

2011 Visa Championships
Xcel Energy Center
St. Paul, Minn.
Aug. 19, 2011
Second day of two Senior division results

All-Around
1. Danell Leyva, Miami, Fla., 183.800
2. Jonathan Horton, Houston, Texas, 181.050
3. John Orozco, Bronx, N.Y., 180.500
4. Chris Brooks, Houston, Texas, 178.600
5. Jacob Dalton, Reno, Nev., 177.800
6. Steven Legendre, Port Jefferson, N.Y., 177.600
7. Alexander Naddour, Gilbert, Ariz., 175.850
8. C.J. Maestas, Corrales, N.M., 175.550
9. Brandon Wynn, Vorhees, N.J., 174.450
10. Glen Ishino, Santa Ana, Calif., 172.350

Pommel Horse
1. Alexander Naddour, Gilbert, Ariz., 31.100
2. Ty Echard, Carroll, Ohio, 30.350
3. John Orozco, Bronx, N.Y., 29.100
4. Danell Leyva, Miami, Fla., 28.650
5. Dylan Akers, Kingwood, Texas, 27.800
6. Donothan Bailey, Lake Forest, Calif., 27.750
7. Jesse Silverstein, Suffern, N.Y., 27.700
8. Chris Brooks, Houston, Texas, 27.550
9. Glen Ishino, Santa Ana, Calif., 27.400
10. C.J. Maestas, Corrales, N.M., 27.200

Still Rings
1. Brandon Wynn, Vorhees, N.J., 31.300
2. C.J. Maestas, Corrales, N.M., 30.850
3. Jonathan Horton, Houston, Texas, 30.500
4. John Orozco, Bronx, N.Y., 30.050
5. Chris Cameron, Winter Haven, Fla., 28.850
6. Jacob Dalton, Reno, Nev., 28.800
7. Chris Brooks, Houston, Texas, 28.750
8. Danell Leyva, Miami, Fla., 28.650
9. Alexander Naddour, Gilbert, Ariz., 28.450
10. Tyler Mizoguchi, Houston, Texas, 28.400

Vault
1. Jacob Dalton, Reno, Nev., 33.650
2. Steven Legendre, Port Jefferson, N.Y., 32.900
3. Jonathan Horton, Houston, Texas, 32.750
4. Alex Buscaglia, Cary, Ill., 32.700
5. Trevor Howard, Columbus, Ohio, 31.800
6. Parker Raque, Louisville, Ky., 31.450
7. Edward Mesa, Cooper City, Fla., 31.300
8. Danell Leyva, Miami, Fla., 31.100
9. Tyler Mizoguchi, Houston, Texas, 31.050
10. Paul Ruggeri, Manlius, N.Y., 31.000
11. Kyle Bunthuwong, El Cerrito, Calif., 30.950
11. Jeff Treleaven, Glen Ellyn, Ill., 30.950

Parallel Bars
1. Danell Leyva, Miami, Fla., 32.150
2. John Orozco, Bronx, N.Y., 31.450
3. Chris Brooks, Houston, Texas, 31.200
4. Jonathan Horton, Houston, Texas, 30.700
5. Ryan Lieberman, Lake Forest, Ill., 30.650
6. Jacob Dalton, Reno, Nev., 30.500
6. Sho Nakamori, Albany, Calif., 30.500
8. Andrew Elkind, Cherry Hill, N.J., 30.400
9. Kyle Bunthuwong, El Cerrito, Calif., 29.900
10. Brandon Wynn, Vorhees, N.J., 29.650

High Bar
1. Danell Leyva, Miami, Fla., 33.150
2. Chris Brooks, Houston, Texas, 31.300
3. John Orozco, Bronx, N.Y., 30.500
3. Paul Ruggeri, Manlius, N.Y., 30.500
5. Jonathan Horton, Houston, Texas, 29.900
6. Steven Legendre, Port Jefferson, N.Y., 29.200
7. Brandon Wynn, Vorhees, N.J., 28.900
7. Edward Mesa, Cooper City, Fla., 28.900
9. Glen Ishino, Santa Ana, Calif., 28.750
9. Sho Nakamori, Albany, Calif., 28.750