12 National Championships
OU Men's Gymnastics Tradition | Updated April 22, 2018
History made. The Oklahoma men's gymnastics team continued its rule over the NCAA, winning its fourth consecutive national title... More >>
Back-to-back-to-back. Oklahoma made history, becoming just the fourth team since 1938 to win three straight national championships... More >>
Defend for 10. The mission statement that has driven the top-ranked Oklahoma men's gymnastics team all season is officially outdated... More >>
OU capped off its third perfect season in program history by posting an NCAA team final record score of 447.050 to earn its ninth team title. More >>
The ending couldn't have been scripted any better. Facing a deficit of almost two points with its final two competitors remaining, the Sooners looked to seniors Taqiy Abdullah-Simmons and Jonathan Horton to secure the title... More >>
Jonathan Horton had the best scores of his career on the parallel bars and the high bar to win the all-around title and lead Oklahoma to its second straight NCAA men's gymnastics championship in Norman... More >>
The University of Oklahoma won the 2005 NCAA title with a program best 225.675 in West Point, N.Y. David Henderson also won an NCAA title on the still ring to help total a school record 13 All-America honors for OU in 2005... More >>
The Sooners won their second straight title under Mark Williams with a perfect 26-0 record. Daniel Furney was the all-around champion and p-bars champion. Josh Landis won titles on the floor and pommel horse... More >>
OU won its fourth national championship on its home floor after suffering just one defeat in the 2002 season. The Sooners, guided by Mark Williams, went 28-1 a year after finishing as runners-up... More >>
Head coach Greg Buwick produced OU's third national title and his first of three Nissen Award winners with Jarrod Hanks in 1991. Buwick's Sooners went 15-1 that year and also won the Big 8 title.
Head coach Paul Ziert and the Sooners won their second straight national title with a 10-1 season. OU was led by All-American Bart Conner who won his second straight all-around title.
Four years into the Paul Ziert era, OU won its first national title. The Sooners (7-1) tied Indiana State for the national crown and that remains as the only tie in NCAA team championship history.