A two-time national champion, assistant coach Geralen Stack-Eaton is putting her expertise to use for the Gophers.
The No. 6 Gophers hosted and beat the Iowa Hawkeyes 196.825-196.175 on Saturday, winning their fourth-straight meet to improve to 4-1 this season.
Behind strong performances from the underclassmen, the No. 10-ranked Gophers men’s gymnastics team took care of No. 17 Washington Huskies on Friday at Maturi Pavilion.
Both the Gophers' men's and women's gymnastics teams were in action Saturday but only one was able to pick up a road win. The No. 8 women’s team triumphed over Ohio State while the No. 10 men’s team fell to Iowa.
The senior hadn't won an event in his career until last week against Illinois.
“Starting out this season with a Big Ten win is huge for us,” Wiskus said. “Last year we started the Big Ten regular season with two losses, and we still won, so being ahead of that and giving us more cushion is incredible and I can’t think of a better way to start the season.”