Midknight Robin, interviews Alec Yoder, Ohio State Junior, about his expectations and preparation for the upcoming season.

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2017 (Sophomore)

Finished sixth in the all-around (season-best 84.950) and fourth on the pommel horse (14.800) to earn two All-America honors and help Ohio State place second as a team at the NCAA Championships … placed second on the parallel bars (career-best 14.700) and ninth on the pommel horse (14.325) at the Big Ten team finals to help Ohio State win its second-straight conference title … won four titles during the season, all on the pommel horse: at Windy City Invitational (14.300), at Penn State (15.300), at Oklahoma (15.400) and at Illinois (15.100) … the 15.400 at Oklahoma was the highest by an NCAA gymnast in 2017 … garnered silver at the Big Ten event finals on the parallel bars with a readout of 14.300 and finished fourth on the pommel horse (14.325) … had the second-best score at the dual meet against Michigan with a 14.650 … also placed second on the pommel horse at the Arnold Challenge with a readout of 14.600 … took third on the vault at Penn State with a score of 14.300 … season-best vault of 14.550 at Illinois earned him a fifth-place finish … used a score of 14.350 on the parallel bars at Illinois to garner bronze … took fourth on the vault (14.400) and parallel bars (14.300) against Michigan … represented Scarlet and Gray at Winter Cup with a sixth-place finish on the pommel horse with a two-day score of 28.700 … captured fourth-place at Oklahoma on the parallel bars with a routine of 14.100 … placed fifth on the parallel bars (14.250) and sixth on the floor (season-high 13.950) at the Arnold Challenge … finished in fifth-place on the pommel against UIC with a 13.200 … his vault of 14.250 placed him seventh at the dual meet against Oklahoma.



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