LINCOLN — Megan Schweihofer scored a 9.90 on the vault to edge teammate Sienna Crouse for the first time this season and lead No. 14 Nebraska to a 196.425-193.600 win over Pittsburgh on Saturday.

A week after suffering their first loss of the season to No. 1 Oklahoma, the Huskers (6-1) dominated on Saturday, posting the top two finishers on each event in front of 1,330 fans at the Devaney Center.

Crouse claimed the all-around, with a 39.550. But after winning the vault in each of the Huskers’ first six meets, Crouse finished .25 points behind Schweihofer during the Huskers’ first rotation.

Crouse responded by winning the uneven bars with a 9.925 and the balance beam at 9.825.

Schweihofer also won the floor with a 9.95.

The Huskers will travel to Augusta, Georgia, on Friday for a quad meet against Georgia, Illinois and Stanford.

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