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Eight Sooners Qualify for Second Day
February 21, 2014
 
 Sooner Results After Day 1
 Event  Gymnast  Score  Rank
 AA Brooks 85.800 5th
  Bower 83.750 11th
  Robin 83.600 12th
  Berardini 81.500 19th
  Powarzynski 80.300 25th
       
 FX Robin 15.500 2nd
  Van Wicklen 15.100 5th
  Brooks 14.400 16th
  Bower 14.000 27th
  Berardini 13.950 28th
  Powarzynski 13.750 36th
       
 PH Bower 14.050 3rd
  Brooks 13.350 10th
  Robin 13.350 10th
  Naddour 11.750 43rd
  Powarzynski 11.350 47th
  Berardini 11.300 49th
       
 SR Squires 15.200 3rd
  Dalton 15.100 4th
  Legendre 14.700 9th
  Berardini 14.600 11th
  Brooks 14.050 18th
  Powarzynski 13.700 28th
  Bower 13.400 34th
  Robin 12.300 55th
       
 V Robin 15.250 2nd
  Brooks 14.950 8th
  Van Wicklen 14.750 15th
  Powarzynski 14.450 21st
  Berardini 14.300 34th
  Bower 14.200 39th
       
 PB Bower 14.100 15th
  Brooks 13.850 20th
  Robin 13.600 23rd
  Powarzynski 13.150 35th
  Berardini 12.900 41st
       
 HB Brooks 15.200 2nd
  Berardini 14.450 5th
  Bower 14.000 12th
  Van Wicklen 13.950 13th
  Powarzynski 13.900 15th
  Robin 13.600 27th
 
NORMAN, Okla. -- Qualifiers for the second and final day of the Winter Cup were released Friday morning. Eight Sooners, including five current members of the team and three former members, punched their tickets to compete Saturday in Las Vegas.

Juniors Danny Berardini, Alec Robin and Michael Squires along with freshmen Allan Bower and Colin Van Wicklen will all represent Oklahoma gymnastics in a meet that will help determine future U.S. Senior National Team membership.

Current National Team members and OU alumni Chris Brooks, Jake Dalton and Steve Legendre also will compete on Saturday.

Following the event's second day, scores from both days will be added together to determine the all-around and individual event winners, in addition to helping determine the 15 men who will comprise the Senior National Team through next August. Due to their participation at the 2013 World Championships, Dalton and Legendre have already qualified along with six other World Championships teammates, leaving seven remaining openings.

Regardless, OU's five current members of the team competing on Saturday will represent the most of any school in the country. Illinois, Ohio State and Stanford all come in second with three representatives apiece.

The final day of competition begins at 9 p.m. CT on Saturday, Feb. 22, and fans can watch it live at WinterCup.com/live.
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