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Career Honors & Awards

  • NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship (2021)
  • Big Ten Postgraduate Scholarship (2021)
  • Big Ten Medal of Honor (2021)
  • Nebraska Male Student-Athlete of the Year (All Sports, 2020-21)
  • CoSIDA Academic All-District (2020)
  • CGA All-America Scholar-Athlete (2017, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2018, 2019, 2020)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • NCAA Team Finals Competitor 
    • 2017 (Parallel Bars)
    • 2019 (Still Rings, Parallel Bars)
    • 2021 (Parallel Bars, High Bar) 
  • NCAA Team Qualifier Competitor 
    • 2017 (Parallel Bars)
    • 2019 (Still Rings, Parallel Bars) 
    • 2021 (Still Rings, Parallel Bars, High Bar) 
  • Individual Titles
    • Parallel Bars, 3/20/21
    • Parallel Bars, 3/6/21
    • Parallel Bars, 2/29/20 
    • Parallel Bars, 2/1/20
    • High Bar, 2/1/20
    • All-Around, 2/23/19
  • Team Captain (2021)
  • Nebraska Men's Gymnastics Newcomer of the Year (2017)
  • Nebraska Gold Academic Medallion (2020) 
  • Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll
    • Fall 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
    • Spring 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
  • Sam Foltz 27 Hero Leadership Award (2020) 
  • Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2017,2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • Winter Cup Participant (2017) 
Career Highs 14.00 12.10 13.60 14.05 14.55 13.95 81.00
2021 -- -- 13.60 -- 14.55 13.95 --
2020 13.30 11.00 13.50 13.15 14.40 13.40 78.55
2019 14.00 12.10 13.50 14.05 14.20 13.70 81.00
2017 13.10 10.30 12.45 12.05 14.20 13.70 72.65

2021 (Senior) 
Evan Hymanson had an impressive senior year competing in every meet of the 2021 season. Serving as the team captain, Hymanson helped lead the Huskers to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships. Hymanson earned two parallel bars individual titles and notched a 14.55 against Ohio State to claim a new career-high score. 

Hymanson earned distinct places in Husker history at the conclusion of his senior season by being named Nebraska's Male Student-Athlete of the Year across all sports. He also claimed Nebraska's Big Ten Medal of Honor. He claimed a prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and was also NU's male winner of a Big Ten Postgraduate Scholarship.

2020 (Junior)
Hymanson competed in all five meets before the season ended early due to the coronavirus pandemic. Hymanson earned three individual titles and two career-high scores. 

Hymanson was a leader in the classroom earning COSIDA Academic All-District honors. He added Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and Academic All-Big Ten accolades. A Nebraska Gold Academic Medallion winner, Hymanson added two spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. 

2019 (Sophomore) 
Hymanson earned his first individual all-around title in 2019 against Minnesota and UIC with a score of 81.00. Hymanson competed on rings and parallel bars to help the Huskers to a third place finish at the NCAA Championships.

Hymanson also excelled in the classroom earning Academic All-Big Ten and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar honors for the second year in a row. He also earned spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll both semesters. 

2018 (Redshirt)
An injury sidelined Hymanson for the 2018 season. However, he continued to support his teammates outside the gym. He earned Academic All-Big Ten honors and spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in both the fall and the spring. He was also named a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and earned a spot on the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team.
2017 (Freshman)

Hymanson found his way into the regular lineups in his first year at Nebraska.  He was one of two freshmen to regularly compete for the Huskers. Hymanson competed in every meet on parallel bars, notching a season-best score of 14.20 against Minnesota on March 25.  He also saw action on high bar, appearing six times, while competing once on floor and still rings. He competed at the Big Ten Championships and NCAA Championships, helping the team to a fifth-place conference finish and a sixth-place national finish. He was rewarded by his coaches and teammates at the annual end-of-the-year banquet, earning the Newcomer-of-the-Year award. 

Hymanson was also one of two Huskers to qualify for the Winter Cup in Las Vegas, Nev., and qualified for the Maccabi Games in July 2017. Outside of the gym, Hymanson earned spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall and spring semesters of 2016-17. He also was named to the Tom Osborne Citizenship team for his leadership in the community. In the summer of 2017, Hymanson represented the Huskers at the 20th annual Maccabi Games in Israel in July.

Before Nebraska
Hymanson competed for Monmouth Gymnastics Academy under the direction of head coach, Yuriy Aminov. Hymanson’s outstanding resume included top finishes at the New Jersey State Championships. In 2016, he took first on every event except pommel horse and claimed the all-around title. In 2015, Hymanson placed first on vault, second on rings and third on floor and in the all-around. In 2014, he claimed the title on pommel horse, rings, parallel bars, high bar and the all-around. Hymanson also competed at the P&G Championships in 2015 and 2016. In 2016, he took 10th on high bar and in 2015 he placed in the top 10 on floor and rings. Hymanson was also a regular competitor at the Junior Olympic National Championships. In 2016, he placed fourth on high bar.

He attended Colts Neck High School where he was a star in the classroom, earning USA Gymnastics First-Team Scholastic All-America honors in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Additionally, he participated in National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society and Math Honor Society.

The son of Jerry and Amy Hymanson, Evan was born on Oct. 4, 1998 in Edison, N.J. Evan has one sister, Samantha. A mechanical engineering major at Nebraska, he earned his bachelor's degree in May of 2021. Nebraska's Male Student-Athlete of the Year, he was a Big Ten Medal of Honor winner in 2021. He also claimed NCAA and Big Ten Postgraduate Scholarships. A three-time Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and a four-time Academic All-Big Ten choice, Hymanson was a 10-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. He chose Nebraska over the U.S. Naval Academy.

Outside of gymnastics, he enjoys skiing.