April 12, 2014
With four All-America citations in 2014 (all-around, floor, vault, parallel bars) and two NCAA titles, Sam Mikulak is now a seven-time NCAA champion and 17-time All-American.
Mikulak's 17 All-America honors make him the third-most cited gymnast of all time.
Mikulak's seven career NCAA titles tie him for the most collegiate national titles of any male gymnast ever with both Jim Hartung and Joe Giallombardo.
Mikulak's win on parallel bars gives him the 34th NCAA title in program history.
The eight All-America honors this year give Michigan 202 All-America awards in program history.
As a team, U-M had seven All-America certificate winners on the day.
The two All-America citations on floor (Mikulak and Ervin) mark the sixth straight season that a Wolverine has earned a citations on the event. Chris Cameron started the streak with his fourth-place finish in 2009.
Syque Caesar, who recorded a third-place finish (15.325) on parallel bars and a fifth-place finish (14.975) on horizontal bar, ends his career with five All-America honors after earning citations on p-bars, high bar and floor in 2013.
The event-final appearance for Tristian Perez-Rivera (vault) is the first NCAA Event Final of his career.
The All-America citation for Perez-Rivera on vault (14.90) is the first of his career.
The All-America honor for Ervin is the third of his career, as he earned citations on floor and vault as a freshman in 2012. The four-session attendance total of 9,559 is the highest at an NCAA event since 1992 at Stanford (13,007).
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