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Table of Contents Georgia Gymnastics

Quick Facts Roster, Schedule, Travel Plans Media Information 2017 Outlook Opponent Information

Personnel

Head Coach Danna Durante Assistant Coach Jay Hogue Assistant Coach Philip Ogletree Jasmine Arnold Vivi Babalis Caroline Bradford Ashlyn Broussard Gracie Cherrey Rachel Dickson Lauren Johnson Gigi Marino Jordyn Pedersen Morgan Reynolds Beth Roberts Hayley Sanders Rachel Schick Sydney Snead Natalie Vaculik Sabrina Vega Support Staff Administration and Senior Staff

2016 Season

2016 Season Review 2016 Team Results 2016 Individual Results

History

Program History National Championships Individual National Championships SEC Championships

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 8-9 9 9-10 10 10 11 11 11-12 12 13 13 14 14-15 15 15 16 17 18 19-20 21 22-23 24 25

Honors

All-Americans 26-27 Honors & Awards 28-29

Record Book

Year-By-Year Records 30 All-Time Series Records 30 Year-By-Year Results 31-38 All-Time Coaching Records 38 Team and Individual Records 39-41 Perfect 10s 42-43 SEC Championship History 44-45 NCAA Regional History 46-47 NCAA Championships History 48-51 Letterwinners 52

University of Georgia

Location Athens, Ga. Enrollment 36,130 Founded 1785 Conference Southeastern Nickname Gymdogs Mascot Uga X (“Que�) Colors Red & Black Facility Stegeman Coliseum (10,224) President Jere W. Morehead J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Greg McGarity Faculty Athletics Representative David Shipley

Georgia Gymnastics

Head Coach Danna Durante (fifth season) Record 72-82-1 overall; 68-64-1 at Georgia Assistant Coaches Jay Hogue (fifth season) Philip Ogletree (fifth season) Athletic Trainer Doug Contaoi (first season) Program Specialist Donna Hallman Administrative Associate Heather Wallace Gymnastics Telephone 706-542-7934 Meet Director Christie Purks Promotions Brenton Shiver Letterwinners Returning/Lost 13/3 Newcomers 3

Sports Communications

Senior Associate Athletic Director Claude Felton Associate Sports Communications Directors Leland Barrow Steve Colquitt Tim Hix Christopher Lakos Mike Mobley Assistant Sports Communications Directors Brandon Weiss* Tray Littlefield Karra Logan Whitney Tarpy Interns Austin Hannon, Jack Ryan Graduate Assistant Brooke McCoy Office Manager Karen Huff Student Assistants SK Bowen, Nicole Chrzanowski, Sam Hendricks, Natalie Kanter, Molly King, Tyler King, Ashleigh Shay, Jean Louise Webb Sports Communications Telephone 706-542-1621 Sports Communications Fax 706-542-9339 Web Site www.georgiadogs.com Address 1 Selig Cir., Athens, Ga., 30603

Media Guide Credits Written, designed and edited by Brandon Weiss, UGA Sports Communications. Covers designed by The AdSmith; photography by Cassie Wright. Photography: The GymShark, Cassie Wright, Radi Nabulsi, Steve Guyer, Steve Colquitt, Scott Trubey, John Kelley, Chris Collins, Wingate Downs, David Knoef, Kevin Knoef, Dan Evans, LD Moore, Jim Hipple, William Castleman, Dennis Wolverton, Terry Allen, Don Ryan, Ryan Gardner, Lauren Carroll, David Walter Banks, Sam Sheehan, Emily Bridgers, Rebecca Hay, Dean Rojek, Donovan Eason, Ashley Connell, Amanda C. Melton, Phillip Faulkner, Robert Newcomb, Dennis McDaniel, Lesley Onstott, Julianne Upchurch, Kelly Wegel, Parker Moore, Dennis Echols, Wes Blankenship, Evan Stichler, Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA Today, Mike Holliday.

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2017 Schedule and Roster Date Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 March 5 March 11 March 18 April 1 April 14 April 15

Day Friday Friday Monday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Sunday Saturday Saturday Saturday Friday Saturday

Opponent at LSU* at Auburn* N.C. State Arkansas* Missouri* Kentucky* at Florida* at Mardi Gras Invitational# at Oklahoma Alabama* Utah SEC Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Semifinals NCAA Super Six

Site Baton Rouge, La. Auburn, Ala. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Gainesville, Fla. St. Charles, Mo. Norman, Okla. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. TBD St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo.

Time TV/Live Video 7 p.m. SEC Network 7 p.m. SEC Network 2 p.m. SECN+ 7 p.m. SEC Network 7 p.m. SECN+ 7 p.m. SEC Network 7 p.m. SEC Network (2/12 on ESPN2, 6 p.m.) 7:30 p.m. TBD 8 p.m. Fox Sports Network 2 p.m. SEC Network 4 p.m. SECN+ 2 or 6 p.m. TBD (3/26 on ESPN2, 2 p.m.) TBD TBD 1 p.m. or 8 p.m. ESPNU 9 p.m. ESPNU

*SEC Meet, (TV replays in parentheses) #Mardi Gras Invitational (hosted by GymQuarters) vs. LSU, Oklahoma and Missouri All Times Eastern. Name Jasmine Arnold Vivi Babalis (V-V BAB-uh-lis) Caroline Bradford Ashlyn Broussard (brew-SARD) Gracie Cherrey (cherry) Rachel Dickson Lauren Johnson Gigi Marino (muh-REEN-o) Jordyn Pedersen (PEDD-er-sin) Morgan Reynolds Beth Roberts Hayley Sanders Rachel Schick (shick) Sydney Snead Natalie Vaculik (vuh-Q-lick) Sabrina Vega (VAY-guh)

Events AA BB, FX AA AA AA AA AA VT, BB, FX AA AA VT, BB, FX UB, BB, FX VT, UB, BB AA AA AA

Class Junior Junior Sophomore Senior Sophomore Freshman Senior Junior Freshman Senior Senior Junior Senior Sophomore Junior Freshman

Head Coach: Danna Durante (DAN-uh duh-RAN-tee) Assistant Coaches: Jay Hogue, Philip Ogletree Sr. Associate Athletic Trainer: Doug Contaoi (Con-tau-wee) Student Athletic Trainer: Elizabeth Floyd Program Specialist: Donna Hallman Administrative Associate: Heather Wallace Graduate Assistant: Mary Beth Box Graduate Coach: Brandie Jay Undergraduate Coach: Brittany Rogers

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Height Hometown / High School (Club) 5-3 Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Gateway Christian School (Elite Energy Gymnastics) 5-1 Montreal, Quebec / Antoine de St-Exupery (Gymnix) 5-5 Prairieville, La. / Episcopal (Cypress Pointe Gymnastics) 5-1 Plano, Texas / Plano West Senior (World Olympic Gymnastics Academy) 5-4 Woodbury, Minn. / Woodbury (Twin City Twisters) 5-1 Canton, Mich. / Canton (Michigan Elite Gymnastics) 5-3 Atlanta, Ga. / Brookwood (Gwinnett Gymnastics Center) 4-10 Scottsdale, Ariz. / Saguaro (Desert Devils Gymnastics) 5-3 Burlington, Ontario, Canada / Abbey Park (Manjaks Gymnastics) 5-1 Athens, Ga. / Athens Christian School (Georgia Elite Gymnastics) 5-4 Tifton, Ga. / Tift County (Dream It Gymnastics) 5-1 McKinney, Texas / Spring Creek Academy (WOGA) 5-1 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. / Los Osos (Charter Oak Gymnastics) 5-2 Raleigh, N.C. / Millbrook (Sonshine Gymnastics) 5-2 Whitby, Ontario / Donald A. Wilson (Gemini Gymnastics) 5-3 Carmel, N.Y. / Abeka Academy (GAGE Gymnastics)

Team Travel Plans LSU - Jan. 5-6 Embassy Suites Hotel 4914 Constitution Ave. Baton Rouge, La. 70808 225-924-6566

Florida - Feb. 9-11 Doubletree 3726 SW 40th Blvd. Gainesville, Fla. 32608 352-375-2400

Auburn - Jan. 12-13 The Hotel at Auburn Univ. 241 S. College St. Auburn, Ala. 36830 800-228-2876

Mardi Gras Invitational Feb. 16-18 Embassy Suites 2 Convention Center Plaza St. Charles, Mo. 63303 636-946-5544

Oklahoma - Feb. 23-25 Embassy Suites 2501 Conference Dr. Norman, Okla. 73069 405-253-3533


Media Information Coach Danna Durante, the assistant coaches and the student-athletes appreciate your interest in the gymnastics team and look forward to assisting you in any way possible. Media covering Georgia in need of assistance beyond this guide – interviews, credentials, photographs, etc. – should contact Brandon Weiss in the Sports Communications Department at: Office: 706-542-9344 Fax: 706-542-9339 Email: bweiss@sports.uga.edu Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1472 Athens, GA 30603-1472 Overnight Address: 1 Selig Circle Athens, GA 30603

Directions To Stegeman Coliseum

From the Atlanta Airport via I-20 • When leaving Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, follow signs to “Riverdale Road” • Turn left onto Riverdale Road and proceed about 2 miles to I-285 • Take a left onto I-285 East and proceed 17 miles to I-20 • Take I-20 East (Augusta) and proceed to Exit 42 (Conyers/Highway 138) • Turn left onto Highway 138 and proceed approximately 20 miles where Highway 138 merges with Highway 78 East; continue on Highway 78 for approximately 18 miles until it intersects Highway 316 • Make a right onto Highway 316 and proceed approximately 2.5 miles to Highway 10 South (Athens Bypass) • Make a right onto Highway 10 and proceed 3-4 miles to Milledge Ave. exit • Make a left onto Milledge and proceed 1.5 miles until it intersects with Lumpkin Street (there is a Golden Pantry/Shell gas station on the corner) • Make a right onto Lumpkin and proceed .5 mile to Smith Street (just past the track and field facility you’ll see on your right) • Make a right onto Smith Street and Stegeman Coliseum is 200 yards straight ahead.

The Georgia Gymdogs have been a regular on television in recent seasons. In the last 10 years, 67 of the 73 regular-season meets in Stegeman Coliseum were televised, including all five in 2016. Additionally, Fox Sports filmed an in-depth special on the Gymdogs that aired during the 2008 season. This “Under the Lights” segment on the Gymdogs marked the first women’s sports team to be featured by this program. In 2017, Georgia will have six meets televised live on the SEC Network as part of the most expansive coverage in the network’s history.

Postmeet Interviews

Following a 10-minute cooling off period at home meets, Georgia head coach Danna Durante and requested student-athletes will be available for interviews in the Equestrian locker room, which is located outside tunnel 4. Interview requests will be collected by a UGA Sports Communications representative during the final meet rotation.

FTP Feeds

There will be postmeet satellite feeds provided by the University of Georgia one hour after most home meets. Contact the Sports Communications Department for additional information.

Stegeman Coliseum Seating Chart Media Work Room Press Seating

Scorer’s Table

From the Atlanta Airport via I-85 • When leaving Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, follow the signs to I-85 North (Atlanta); proceed on I-85 North through downtown Atlanta, remaining on I-85 (Greenville) • Once I-85 splits from I-75 proceed approximately 20 miles to Georgia Highway 316 “Athens” • Take Highway 316 for approximately 35 miles to Athens • Make a right onto Highway 10 South (Athens Bypass) • Proceed 3-4 miles to the second exit (Milledge Avenue) • Make a left onto Milledge and proceed 1.5 miles until it intersects with Lumpkin Street (there is a Golden Pantry/gas station on the corner) • Make a right onto Lumpkin and proceed .5 mile to Smith Street • Make a right onto Smith Street and Stegeman Coliseum is 200 yards straight ahead

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2017 Season Outlook Intro to 2017

As One

After qualifying for their third Super Six in four seasons under the leadership of head coach Danna Durante, the Georgia Gymdogs look to take the next step in 2017.

A major key for the Gymdogs this season has been a fresh approach of looking at the function of the team. With a roster that is loaded with potential but has been overshadowed by past upperclassmen, the coaches and athletes have maintained the importance of improving as a collective unit, rather than looking for individuals to fill the void left behind from the graduation of a trio of All-Americans in 2016.

The difference will come from a new approach in 2017, said Durante, with an emphasis on depth and pushing teammates to be their best that will strengthen the entire roster. “I see the team fully believing that everybody has an opportunity and a responsibility,” said Durante. “The opportunity is that there are 10 routines that need to be replaced from last season. That’s 10 open spots. Somebody has an opportunity on every event, and I see them all working to be better and try to jump in where they weren’t last year or to hold on to their spots.” The team has raised the bar since getting another taste of the biggest stage of collegiate gymnastics, and the culture around the gym now demands that every member of the team brings their best every day in the gym. That has led to productive, focused, driven practices that Durante expects will pay dividends when the season opens on January 6 at LSU. Once again, a challenging slate of meets awaits the Gymdogs during the season, but that has become a norm with the program as it looks to test itself against college gymnastics’ elite teams. “Over the last several years we’ve had one of the hardest schedules, if not the hardest schedule,” said Durante. “We’ve always started tough with competition. I think it helps when you have a moment or a day when you might want to relax or give in to the fact that you’re tired or a little weary. We’re going to be ready to go.”

The theme for this year - “As One” - reflects that mindset. “The standard for where we compete and how we compete has been raised from where we were last year,” said Durante. “I see them challenging each other in how they train, the mindset they have when they retrain and how they reset when things aren’t going well. That is the ‘As One’ message. We can’t do this individually and get where we want to go. We might have some success, but we won’t go as far individually as we’ll go together.” Vault The vault lineup for 2017 will be highlighted by senior Ashlyn Broussard, junior Gigi Marino and sophomore Sydney Snead, who all look to build on their success from a season ago. Snead, a native of Raleigh, N.C., had the best average of all returners from 2016, and she has been working diligently at further improving her performances. Lauren Johnson, the 2014 SEC vault champion, will provide a steadying, veteran presence to the event as well. Freshman Rachel Dickson and senior Morgan Reynolds also will look to make an impact on vault as it promises to be a strong event for Georgia. Bars Similar to vault, Georgia will be replacing two routines on bars in 2016. Durante stressed that

Danna Durante enters her fifth season as head coach in 2017.

bars has seen the most improvement of any event during fall practice, and the team will look to keep making strides in the spring. Snead, Natalie Vaculik and Rachel Schick all have been consistent performers on bars, and all signs point to that being the case this season. Dickson, a three-time level 10 national bars champion, also is primed to play a key role in the event. Reynolds looks to swing for the Gymdogs for the first time in her career this season after adding bars to her repertoire, and Hayley Sanders and Gracie Cherrey round out a lineup that is loaded with potential. Beam The Gymdogs must replace three beam routines from 2016, the most of any event. Veteran competitors in the event include Broussard, Schick, and Vivi Babalis. Babalis, the Montreal, Quebec, Canada native, drew praise from Durante for improving her practice intensity from years past, and her hard work has paid dividends in her performance. Freshman Sabrina Vega also can crack the beam lineup, an event that the former U.S. National Team member excels in. Dickson and Reynolds, who inherited the traditional Gymdog moonwalk, round out the lineup on beam. Floor Floor was the team’s strongest event in 2016, and the 2017 bunch works to build on that success. Four different Gymdogs feature “E” difficulty tumbling passes - Snead, Vega, Reynolds and Gigi Marino. Upperclassmen Beth Roberts and Babalis both drew praise for their diligent work in the event as well, and Dickson has flashed a floor presence that may prove invaluable to the team as it looks to take the next step toward a championship in 2017.

A team-first approach highlights a championship mindset that the Gymdogs are looking to employ in 2017.

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2017 Opponent Information LSU Jan. 6 in Baton Rouge, Feb. 17 in St. Charles Location.............................................Baton Rouge, La. Enrollment......................................................... 31,527 Nickname........................................................... Tigers Conference.............................................................SEC President.......................................... F. King Alexander Athletic Director..........................................Joe Alleva Arena (Capacity)...... Pete Maravich Assembly Center (13,215) Gymnastics SID....................................Brandon Berrio Office phone.........................................(225) 578-8226 Email Address................................... bberri1@lsu.edu Web Site....................................... www.lsusports.net Head Coach................................................D-D Breaux Assistant Coaches................. Jay Clark & Bob Moore

Missouri Jan. 27 in Athens, Feb. 17 in St. Charles Location................................................ Columbia, Mo. Enrollment......................................................... 32,777 Nickname........................................................... Tigers Conference.............................................................SEC Interim Chancellor...................................... Hank Foley Athletic Director............................................Jim Sterk Arena (Capacity)....................Hearnes Center (13,611) Gymnastics SID........................................... Kate Lakin Office phone.........................................(573) 884-8519 Email Address.......................... lakinke@missouri.edu Web Site...................................... www.mutigers.com Head Coach....................................... Shannon Welker Assistant Coaches...John Carney & Casey Jo McPherson

Alabama March 5 in Athens Location..............................................Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment......................................................... 37,655 Nickname................................................ Crimson Tide Conference.............................................................SEC President.................................................Stuart R. Bell Athletic Director........................................... Bill Battle Arena (Capacity)...............Coleman Coliseum (15,383) Gymnastics SID.................................. Roots Woodruff Office phone...........................................205-348-2088 Email Address................................... roots@ia.ua.edu Web Site......................................... www.rolltide.com Head Coach....................................... Dana Duckworth Assistant Coaches.........Bryan Raschilla & Bill Lorenz

Auburn Jan. 13 in Auburn Location....................................................Auburn, Ala. Enrollment......................................................... 27,287 Nickname........................................................... Tigers Conference.............................................................SEC Interim Chancellor.......................................Jay Gogue Athletic Director.........................................Jay Jacobs Arena (Capacity).........................Auburn Arena (9,600) Gymnastics SID....................................Kendra Willard Office phone.........................................(614) 929-8029 Email Address............................kal0014@auburn.edu Web Site................................ www.auburntigers.com Head Coach.................................................Jeff Graba Assistant Coaches....... Kurt Hettinger & Mary McDaniel

Kentucky Feb. 3 in Athens Location..................................................Lexington, Ky. Enrollment......................................................... 30,000 Nickname.......................................................Wildcats Conference.............................................................SEC President..................................................Eli Capilouto Athletic Director...................................Mitch Barnhart Arena (Capacity).....................Memorial Coliseum (8,500) Gymnastics SID...................................... Mike Scholze Office phone.........................................(859) 257-3520 Email Address......................... mike.scholze@uky.edu Web Site...................................www.ukathletics.com Head Coach..............................................Tim Garrison Assistant Coaches.Chuck Dickerson & Rachel Garrison

Utah March 10 in Athens Location........................................ Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollment......................................................... 31,673 Nickname..............................................................Utes Conference........................................................ Pac-12 President........................................ David W. Pershing Athletic Director............................................ Chris Hill Arena (Capacity).... Jon M. Huntsman Center (15,000) Gymnastics SID............................................... Liz Abel Office phone.........................................(801) 581-3511 Email Address................... label@huntsman.utah.edu Web Site...................................... www.utahutes.com Head Coaches............Megan Marsden & Tom Farden Assistant Coaches........................Meredith Paulicivic

N.C. State Jan. 16 in Athens Location...................................................Raleigh, N.C. Enrollment......................................................... 34,015 Nickname......................................................Wolfpack Conference............................................................ ACC Chancellor..........................................Randy Woodson Athletic Director..................................... Deborah Yow Arena (Capacity)................ Reynolds Coliseum (5,500) Gymnastics SID..................................... Lizzie Hattrich Office phone.........................................(919) 515-2898 Email Address............................. embundy@ncsu.edu Web Site......................................... www.gopack.com Head Coach........................................Mark Stevenson Assistant Coaches....Colleen Johnson & Bob Starkell

Florida Feb. 10 in Gainesville Location.............................................. Gainesville, Fla. Enrollment........................................................ 53, 744 Nickname.......................................................... Gators Conference.............................................................SEC President...............................................W. Kent Fuchs Athletic Director.................................... Scott Stricklin Arena (Capacity)........ Stephen C. O’Connell Center (12,000) Gymnastics SID......................................Mary Howard Office phone.........................................(352) 373-6110 Email Address.......................... maryh@gators.ufl.edu Web Site................................ www.floridagators.com Head Coach......................................... Jenny Rowland Assistant Coaches...........Adrian Burde & Owen Field

SEC March 19 in Little Rock, Ark. Commissioner..........................................Greg Sankey Location............................................ Birmingham, Ala. Gymnastics Contact..............................Jill Skotarczak Office phone...........................205-458-3000 ext. 3010 Email Address.............................jskotarczak@sec.org

Arkansas Jan. 20 in Athens Location.............................................Fayetteville, Ark. Enrollment......................................................... 26,754 Nickname...................................................Razorbacks Conference.............................................................SEC Chancellor................................... Joseph E. Steinmetz Athletic Director............................................Jeff Long Arena (Capacity)....................................Barnhill Arena Gymnastics SID.......................................Austin Miller Office phone.........................................(479) 575-3696 Email Address................................akm012@uark.edu Web Site.....................www.arkansasrazorbacks.com Head Coach.................................................Mark Cook Assistant Coaches... Samantha Snider & Jaime Armbrust

Oklahoma Feb. 17 in St. Charles, Feb. 24 in Norman Location.................................................Norman, Okla. Enrollment......................................................... 30,813 Nickname........................................................Sooners Conference.........................................................Big 12 President...............................................David L. Boren Athletic Director..................................Joe Castiglione Arena (Capacity).............. Lloyd Noble Center (11,562) Gymnastics SID...................................... Chelsey Kraft Office phone...........................................405-325-8372 Email Address............................chelseykraft@ou.edu Web Site......................................... soonersports.com Head Coach............................................... K.J. Kindler Assistant Coaches.................... Lou Ball & Tom Haley

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Head Coach Danna Durante

Danna Durante Head Coach Fifth Season

Danna Durante completed her fourth season as Georgia’s head coach in 2016, taking the Gymdogs to their third Super Six in four seasons under her direction. The Gymdogs finished sixth nationally in 2016 with two individual national champions - Brandie Jay on vault and Brittany Rogers on bars - the program’s 41st and 42nd such titles. Three gymnasts claimed a total of 10 All-America honors, while five gymnasts earned All-SEC recognition. Eight Gymdogs were named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll in 2016. Georgia finished ninth nationally in 2015 and won a NCAA regional for the 24th time in program history. Four Gymdogs garnered All-America honors, and five Georgia gymnasts - second most of any team in the conference - earned SEC honors. Seven Georgia gymnasts were named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll in 2015. In her second season as Georgia’s head coach in 2014, Durante led the Gym Dogs to a fifth place finish nationally - their best finish since the 2009 national championship season. A total of 16 All-America honors were earned by seven different Georgia gymnasts in 2014, including three first team honors on the balance beam. Under Durante’s direction, Lindsey Cheek was named the first SEC Event Specialist of the Year. The 2014 Georgia squad posted a 197.000 or higher in each home meet for just the second time in program history, and the Gymdogs posted a total of 14 wins against ranked opponents, navigating through what was rated as the nation’s toughest schedule. In 2013, Durante guided the Gymdogs back to the NCAA Super Six for the first time since 2009, and Georgia also achieved its highest ranking in four years. Brittany Rogers claimed a share of the SEC bars and beam titles, and Shayla Worley also shared the beam title. UGA notched wins over Alabama and Utah for the first time since 2009. Georgia won the 2013 NCAA Corvallis Regional with the second-highest score of any team in the six regionals and entered the NCAA Championships as the No. 4 seed. The Gymdogs’ RQS of 197.260 was its highest since 2008. Georgia also excelled in the classroom in Durante’s first season in Athens as 12 Gym Dogs earned SEC Academic Honor Roll honors, and three postgraduate scholarships were awarded. Durante, who served as head coach at California-Berkeley for the 2012 season and was the 2007 National Assistant Coach of the Year, was named head

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Danna Durante’s File

• Seventh head coach in Georgia gymnastics history • Native of Tulsa, Okla. • Graduated from Arizona State University and was an All-Pac-10 gymnast for the Sun Devils from 1992-95 • Qualified for the 1988 U.S. Olympic Trials • Two-time member of the U.S. Gymnastics Federation National team in 1988 and 1990 • Assistant coach at the University of Washington from 1998-2002 • 1999 and 2002 West Regional Assistant Coach of the Year • Assistant coach at Nebraska from 2003-06, then served as Nebraska’s associate head coach from 2007-2011 • 2007 National Assistant Coach of the Year • Served as California Berkeley’s head coach in 2012 • In her first season at UGA, led the Gymdogs to their first Super Six appearance since 2009. • Coached with the Arizona Sunrays and Royal (Fla.) Gymnastics Club from 1996-97 • Served as a USAG Elite Level Judge from 1996-2000 Year Record Conference 2012 (Cal) 4-18 8th 2013 (UGA) 20-16-1 4th 2014 (UGA) 19-14 4th 2015 (UGA) 14-14 5th 2016 (UGA) 15-20 5th Georgia 68-64-1 Overall 72-82-1

NCAA - 6th 5th 9th 6th

As Georgia’s head coach... Home Record........... 23-9 NCAA Indiv. Champions...........2 Away Record........... 10-15-1 All-Americans.........................10 Neutral Record........ 35-40 All-America Honors................46 SEC Record.............. 19-21-1 SEC Ind. Titles...........................5 All-SEC Honors.......................20 gymnastics coach at the University of Georgia on May 23, 2012. With Durante at the helm, California-Berkeley experienced considerable improvement, as the Golden Bears posted an average score of nearly a point higher than the previous year. A total of 23 personal records were set by Cal gymnasts in 2012, and eight gymnasts earned Pac-12 All-Academic honors. She also led the Bears to their highest overall score in five years. Prior to her stint at California-Berkeley, Durante spent nine seasons at the University of Nebraska as the Cornhuskers’ beam coach and choreographer. She joined the Nebraska staff as an assistant coach in 2003, then served as associate head coach from 2007-2011. Nebraska gymnasts earned a total of 23 All-America honors during Durante’s time in Lincoln, and she helped guide the Cornhuskers to a fourth place finish at the 2011 NCAA Championships. Before joining the Nebraska staff, Durante was an assistant for five years at Washington, where she helped lead the Huskies to the 1999 NCAA West Regional title and a seventh-place finish at the NCAA Championships. She was named the West Regional Assistant Coach of the Year in 1999 and 2002. Before joining the Washington program in 1998, Durante spent two years working as a coach with the Arizona Sunrays and Royal (Fla.) Gymnastics Club. A native of Tulsa, Okla., Durante was a two-time member of the U.S. Gymnastics Federation National team in 1988 and 1990. She qualified for the 1988 Olympic Trials and won top honors in the all-around in 1986 and 1987 at the South African Cup. She competed internationally in Germany, France, Bulgaria and South Africa, and was also a two-time member of the U.S. Gymnastics Federation National Team. In addition, Durante served as a USAG Elite Level Judge from 1996 to 2000. Durante graduated from Arizona State in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science/Exercise Wellness. She was an All-Pac-10 gymnast for the Sun Devils from 1992-95, and scored five perfect 10s. Durante and her husband Joe have a daughter, Samantha, and two sons, Jaxson and Jordan.


Assistant Coaches Jay Hogue Assistant Coach Fifth Season Jay Hogue, who spent the bulk of his coaching career in club gymnastics before joining the college ranks, is now entering his fifth season on the Georgia staff. The 2016 season was a banner year for Hogue and the Georgia bars lineup as the Gymdogs claimed a NCAA Individual Champion, Brittany Rogers, on the uneven bars. Rogers spearheaded a group that placed two on the All-SEC team - Rogers and Rachel Schick - and one on the Freshman All-SEC team - Sydney Snead. As a unit, Georgia averaged a 49.188 on bars in 2016. Under Hogue’s direction, a pair of Georgia gymnasts earned All-America honors on the uneven bars in 2015. Brittany Rogers earned first team honors and placed second at the NCAA Championships, while Chelsea Davis was second team All-America. Rogers also achieved regular season All-America status on bars. In addition, two Gymdogs placed in the top-four on bars in Georgia’s session at the 2015 SEC Championship. A Georgia gymnast took top honors on the uneven bars in seven meets, and UGA gymnasts had five scores of 9.95 or higher on bars in 2015. The Gymdogs averaged a higher score on bars than on any other event in 2015, and their season-high score on any of the four events came on bars (49.575). In 2014, Hogue coached Georgia’s bars squad to a No. 1 national ranking for each of the last 10 weeks of the season, and he was named NACGC/W Southeast Region Co-Assistant Coach of the Year. Five UGA gymnasts were ranked in the top-25 nationally on bars in 2014, including three in the top-10. Georgia scored an SEC Championship record 49.7 on bars and a 49.6 in the NCAA Regional - UGA’s highest mark in a regional since 1998. In 2013, Hogue helped direct Georgia’s efforts on vault and bars, where the

Philip Ogletree Assistant Coach Fifth Season Philip Ogletree, who has more than a decade of coaching experience in the Southeastern Conference, has completed four seasons on the Georgia staff. He helps direct Georgia’s efforts on vault and floor, two events in which the Gymdogs have excelled. Ogletree guided Brandie Jay to a historic run on vault in 2016, as the Fort Collins, Colorado native won both the SEC and NCAA vault titles, the first gymnast to accomplish the feat since 2011. Between vault and floor, Georgia claimed six All-America honors in the 2016 season, spread amongst seniors Jay (two First-Team vault), Brittany Rogers (two Second-Team vault) and Mary Beth Box (two Second-Team floor). Four different Gymdogs claimed top honors on vault throughout the 2015 season, led by Ashlyn Broussard with four event titles. Brandie Jay garnered first team All-America honors on vault. In addition, UGA matched its highest floor score since the 2010 season. Mary Beth Box was a first team All-American on floor and competed in the NCAA Individual Event Finals. Georgia finished the 2014 season ranked in the top-10 on both vault and floor. Ogletree was named the 2014 NACGC/W Southeast Region Co-Assistant Coach of the Year. Under his direction, freshman Lauren Johnson won the SEC vault title with a 9.975 in just her second career vault. The Gymdogs also scored a 49.625 on vault vs. Denver in 2014, which tied for the highest vault score in the country throughout the regular season. In 2013, Ogletree coached bars and floor, where the Gymdogs finished the 2013 season ranked third and 10th in the nation, respectively. Seven All-America honors were earned by Georgia gymnasts on bars

Gymdogs finished the season ranked eighth and third in the nation, respectively. Under Hogue’s guidance, Georgia gymnasts won a total of 10 All-America honors on vault and bars in 2013. Three different Gymdogs - Brandie Jay, Lindsey Cheek and Chelsea Davis - earned first team honors on vault and competed in the NCAA Individual Event Finals, and four Georgia gymnasts earned All-America honors on bars. Chelsea Davis was a first team All-American on vault and bars, and she spent a majority of the 2013 season ranked No. 1 in the country on bars. Also in 2013, Brittany Rogers shared the SEC title on bars. Before joining the Georgia staff in the summer of 2012, Hogue served as an assistant coach at the University of Denver for two years. Hogue primarily coached the Pioneers’ vault and bars squads, and was named the 2012 North Central Region Co-Assistant Coach of the Year. Under his direction, Denver gymnastics earned a total of eight WAC event specialist of the week honors on vault and bars in 2012. Hogue’s vault squad tied the school record with a 49.425 against Air Force. Denver’s Moriah Martin was named the North Central Region Gymnast of the Year, in large part due to her success on vault. Under Hogue’s watch, she finished ranked in the top-10 nationally on the event. In Hogue’s first season at Denver, the Pioneers knocked off Arkansas, Nebraska and Ohio State, and were ranked No. 2 in the North Central Region. A professional member of USA Gymnastics for 25 years, Hogue spent most of his career at Orlando Metro Gymnastics, where he helped develop optional gymnasts and coached at the U.S. Classics and Junior Olympic National Championships. Prior to his time at Denver, Hogue coached for three years at Broadway Gymnastics in Oviedo, Fla. Hogue graduated from the University of Central Florida in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies with an emphasis in engineering and physics with a minor in mathematics, and earned his associate of arts degree from Valencia Community College in 1993. A native of Orlando, Fla., Hogue and his wife Lisa have two sons, Pierce and Colin.

and floor in 2013. Chelsea Davis, who spent most of the season ranked No. 1 nationally on the uneven bars, earned first team All-America honors on bars, while Brittany Rogers, Shayla Worley and Christa Tanella received second team accolades. Rogers shared the SEC bars title. Under Ogletree’s direction, Noel Couch was a second team All-American on floor in 2013. Georgia posted the highest team bars score in 12 meets in 2013. Before coming to Georgia in the summer of 2012, Ogletree served as an assistant coach at LSU for 12 seasons. Ogletree was a key part of LSU’s success from 2001-2012, primarily coaching the Tigers on the uneven bars while also serving as the recruiting coordinator. During his tenure under D.D. Breaux at LSU, Ogletree guided the Tigers to 12 of the top-13 bars scores in school history, including a school record 49.650 in 2002. His bars squads ranked in the top-10 nationally each year from 2004-10, including a No. 3 ranking in 2005 and a No. 4 ranking in 2009. LSU gymnasts earned a total of 16 All-America honors on the uneven bars under Ogletree’s watch, including a school-record three gymnasts in 2005 and 2010. In 2010, two LSU gymnasts finished in the top-five on bars at the NCAA Individual Event Finals, and the Tigers posted the second-highest bars total in the NCAA prelims. Ogletree, a member of the UGA men’s gymnastics team from 1980-82, was named the NCAA Central Regional Assistant Coach of the Year in 2004 and 2005 and helped lead the Tigers to the NCAA Super Six in 2008 and 2009. A native of Atlanta, Ogletree also previously coached at the Georgia Gymnastics Academy in Lawrenceville and the Atlanta School of Gymnastics in Tucker. He arrived at LSU in the fall of 2000 with 18 years of coaching experience, including 11 with Level 10 gymnasts in the state of Georgia. Ogletree graduated from Georgia State in 1992 with a degree in early childhood education. He and his wife Jill have two children, Bridgett and Jake.

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2017 Gymdogs Jasmine Arnold 5-3 | Junior Murfreesboro, Tenn. | Elite Energy Gymnastics DJ_Jazzie_J | jazzie.jazz_ 2016 (Sophomore): Sam Sheehan Spirit Award winner... Provided depth for the Gymdogs in all four events. events.

2015 (Freshman): Provided depth on all four

Club: J.O. Level 10 national competitor for three years ... trained at Elite Energy Gymnastics under Greg Dietz, Scott Lewis and Amy Milwood ... placed first on floor at the Nashville Nights Invite and was named Elite Energy’s 2012 Athlete of the Year ... as a Level 9 gymnast, she was a state beam and all-around champion and the all-around champion at the Tampa Bay Turner Invite and the Atlanta Crown Invite. Personal: Born May 10 ... daughter of Gregory and Sharon Arnold ... Major: Psychology.

Vivi Babalis 5-1 | Junior Montreal, Quebec | Gymnix vivibabalis | vivibabalis 2017 (Junior): Recipient of the Leon Farmer Athletic Scholarship Endowment. 2016 (Sophomore): Competed on beam and floor in all 16 meets...Claimed RQS marks of 9.805 on beam and 9.85 on floor...Posted a career-best 9.875 on beam in Georgia’s meet against No. 5 LSU...Career-best 9.9 on floor in Georgia’s upset of No. 1 Florida... Strong meets at Alabama and at Utah with twin 9.85s on beam and floor in both competitions...Recipient of the William K. Holmes Scholarship. 2015 (Freshman): Performed on beam and floor in all 14 meets ... placed second with a 9.9 on floor in the NCAA Berkeley Regional ... scored a career-high 9.9 on floor vs. No. 4 Utah ... had a pair of 9.875s on beam and floor vs. No. 18 Arkansas ... posted Georgia’s top score on beam and floor at No. 15 Denver ... recipient of the Leon Farmer Athletic Scholarship. Club: Trained at Gymnix in Montreal under Katerine Dussault, Francine Bouffard and Pierre Privé ... member of the Canadian national team in 2010 and 2011 ... at the 2014 Gymnastics Legends International competition, placed second on floor, fourth on beam, fifth on bars and fourth in the all-around ... fourth on beam at the International Gymnix ... first in the all-around and floor and second on beam at the 2013 National Selection ... placed first on floor at 2014 Nationals ... claimed the all-around, beam and bars titlesat the National Stream Cup. Personal: Born July 16 ... daughter of Sia and Chris Babalis ... has a brother, Terry, and a sister, Maria ... Major: Exercise and sport science. Vivi Babalis’ Career Results 2015 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #8 Michigan -- -- 9.85 9.775 -- Missouri -- -- 9.8 9.85 -- at #15 Denver -- -- 9.575 9.85 -- #14 Kentucky -- -- 9.825 9.85 -- at #3 Florida -- -- 9.7 9.675 -- at #3 LSU -- -- 9.775 9.825 -- at North Carolina -- -- 9.8 9.7 --

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Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #5 Alabama -- -- 9.85 9.825 -- at #7 Auburn -- -- 9.775 9.825 -- #18 Arkansas -- -- 9.875 9.875 -- #4 Utah -- -- 9.8 9.9 -- SEC Championship -- -- 9.125 9.875 -- NCAA Regional -- -- 9.825 9.9 -- NCAA Prelims -- -- 9.725 9.825 -- Total -- -- 136.3 137.55 (273.85) Average -- -- 9.74 9.83 -- RQS -- -- 9.81 9.855 -- Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Season High -- -- 9.875 9.9 -- 2016 (Sophomore) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- -- 9.75 9.825 -- at #16 Arkansas -- -- 9.625 9.725 -- #24 Stanford -- -- 9.8 9.775 -- at #15 Missouri -- -- 9.075 9.725 -- at #23 Kentucky -- -- 9.6 9.75 -- #1 Florida -- -- 8.625 9.9 -- #5 LSU -- -- 9.875 9.8 -- #1 Oklahoma -- -- 9.175 9.675 -- #3 Alabama -- -- 9.85 9.85 -- #8 Auburn -- -- 9.775 9.875 -- at 7UCLA/16Stanford -- -- 9.65 9.75 -- at #5 Utah -- -- 9.85 9.85 -- at SEC Championship -- -- 9.65 9.85 -- NCAA Regional -- -- 9.675 9.275 -- NCAA Semifinals -- -- 9.7625 9.8125 -- NCAA Super Six -- -- 9.7875 9.7875 -- Total -- -- 153.525 156.225 (309.75) Average -- -- 9.5953 9.7641 -- RQS -- -- 9.805 9.85 -- Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Season High -- -- 9.875 9.9 -- Career Average -- -- 9.6608 9.7925 -- Career High -- -- 9.875 9.9 -- Career Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Career Total Points -- -- 289.825 293.775 583.6

Caroline Bradford 5-5 | Sophomore Prairieville, La. | Cypress Pointe Gymnastics carolineb114 | carol_brad 2016 (Freshman): Provided depth for the Gymdogs on all four events. Club: Trained at Cypress Pointe Gymnastics ... coached by Brian Neal and Donna Ewing ... two-time national qualifier, a six-time regional qualifier, and placed 12th in the all-around at 2012 JO Nationals ... competed at JO Nationals in 2011. Personal: Born Oct. 11 ... daughter of Tray and Anne Marie Bradford ... has a sister, Claudia and a brother, William.


2017 Gymdogs Ashlyn Broussard 5-1 | Senior Plano, Texas | WOGA ashlynbrouss_ |

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2017 (Senior): Recipient of the Julia Morgan Athletic Scholarship Endowment. 2016 (Junior): Competed on vault in all 16 meets and on beam in 15 of 16 meets...Led the Gymdogs on beam with a 9.9125 at the Super Six...Season-best 9.875 on vault in Georgia’s tri-meet at UCLA...Season high of 9.925 in the Auburn meet on beam, winning an event title... Georgia’s high-scorer on beam four times on the year, including in two of three NCAA postseason meets...Pair of 9.85s in the Gymdogs’ home opener against Stanford...Scored a 9.875 on vault and 9.9 on beam at UCLA...Season RQS of 9.84 on vault and 9.885 on beam...SEC Academic Honor Roll...Gymnastics team representative on the UGA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)... Recipient of the Gymnastics Fans Scholarship Endowment. 2015 (Sophomore): Named team MVP ... team-high six event titles ... performed on vault and beam in all 14 meets ... competed on floor in eight meets ... registered a pair of 9.875s on vault and beam at the NCAA Berkeley Regional ... scored a career-high 9.975 on vault vs. No. 5 Alabama to take top honors ... tied for first on vault with a 9.9 at North Carolina ... took top honors on beam with a career-high 9.95 at No. 3 Florida ... tied for first on vault with a then-career-high 9.9 vs. No. 14 Kentucky, and also tied her career-high with a 9.85 on floor ... tied for first with a then-career-high 9.875 at No. 15 Denver ... led the team with a then-career-high 9.875 on beam vs. Missouri ... recipent of the Doris & Bill Allen Gymnastics Scholarship. 2014 (Freshman): Competed on vault in seven meets, beam 10 times and on floor five times ... scored a 9.825 as the anchor on beam in the NCAA Athens Regional following two falls earlier in the lineup ... competed as the anchor on floor in the SEC Championship ... turned in a 9.85 on vault at No. 7 Alabama and vs. No. 20 Kentucky. Club: Trained at WOGA (World Olympic Gymnastics Academy) under Laurent Landi and Cecile Canqueteau-Landi ... four-time qualifier to Level 10 J.O. National Championships and regional all-around champion ... 2012 J.O. Nationals, eighth in the all-around; third on beam ... 2012 Level 10 regional all-around champion ... 2012 Level 10 Texas state beam champion, second in the all-around and on vault ... 2011 J.O. Nationals, 10th in the all-around, third on bars, fifth on floor ... 2011 Level 10 regional vault, beam and floor champion; second in all-around ... 2011 Level 10 Texas state meet, fourth in all-around, second on vault, third on beam ... 2010 J.O. Nationals, 10th in the all-around; fourth on bars ... 2010 Level 10 regional bars champion. Personal: Born Sept. 20 ... daughter of Kyle and Una Broussard ... graduate of Plano West Senior High School. Ashlyn Broussard’s Career Results 2014 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #3 Oklahoma 9.75 -- 9.85 9.775 -- at #9 Stanford 9.725 -- 9.775 9.5 -- #2 LSU 9.8 -- 9.825 -- -- Iowa 9.775 -- 9.8 -- -- at #3 Florida 9.8 -- 9.1 -- -- #20 Kentucky 9.85 -- 9.8 -- -- at #7 Alabama 9.85 -- 8.4 -- -- at #10 Auburn 9.75 -- - -- -- SEC Championship - -- - 9.4 -- NCAA Regional - -- 9.825 -- -- NCAA Semifinals - -- 9.8 9.8 -- NCAA Super Six - -- 9.775 9.75 -- Total 78.3 -- 95.95 48.225 --

Event Titles Average RQS Season High

0 0 0 0 0 9.79 -- 9.6 9.65 -- 9.795 -- 9.66 -- -- 9.85 -- 9.85 9.8 --

2015 (Sophomore) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #8 Michigan 9.8 -- 9.75 9.275 -- Missouri 9.8 -- 9.875 9.725 -- at #15 Denver 9.875 -- 9.3 9.75 -- #14 Kentucky 9.9 -- 9.85 9.85 -- at #3 Florida 9.875 -- 9.95 9.775 -- at #3 LSU 9.875 -- 9.875 9.25 -- at North Carolina 9.9 -- 9.875 9.825 -- #5 Alabama 9.975 -- 9.825 9.275 -- at #7 Auburn 9.85 -- 9.875 -- -- #18 Arkansas 9.825 -- 9.125 -- -- #4 Utah 9.8 -- 9.875 -- -- SEC Championship 9.85 -- 9.8 -- -- NCAA Regional 9.875 -- 9.875 -- -- NCAA Prelims 9.8 -- 9.825 -- -- Total 137.925 -- 136.675 76.725 (351.325) Average 9.85 -- 9.76 9.6 -- RQS 9.885 -- 9.875 9.67 -- Event Titles 0 0 2 4 0 Season High 9.975 -- 9.95 9.85 -- 2016 (Junior) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.75 -- 8.9 -- -- at #16 Arkansas 9.825 -- 9.875 -- -- #24 Stanford 9.85 -- 9.85 -- -- at #15 Missouri 9.825 -- 9.15 -- -- at #23 Kentucky 9.725 -- -- -- -- #1 Florida 9.775 -- 9.725 -- -- #5 LSU 9.825 -- 9.9 -- -- #1 Oklahoma 9.8 -- 9.85 -- -- at #3 Alabama 9.825 -- 9.15 -- -- #8 Auburn 9.825 -- 9.925 -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stanford 9.875 -- 9.9 -- -- at #5 Utah 9.825 -- 9.85 -- -- at SEC 9.8 -- 9.4 -- -- NCAA Regional 9.875 -- 9.9 -- -- NCAA Semifinals 9.8125 -- 9.85 -- -- NCAA Super Six 9.75 -- 9.9125 -- -- Total 156.9625 -- 145.1375 -- -- Average 9.8102 -- 9.6758 -- -- RQS 9.84 -- 9.885 -- -- Event Titles 0 0 1 0 0 Season High 9.875 -- 9.925 -- -- Career Average 9.8207 - 9.6862 9.6 - Career High 9.975 - 9.95 9.85 - Career Event Titles 0 0 3 4 0 Career Total Points 373.1875 - 377.7625 124.95 (875.9)

Gracie Cherrey 5-4 | Sophomore Woodbury, Minn. | Twin City Twisters GracieCherrey | graciecherrey 2017 (Sophomore): Recipient of the William K. Holmes Family Scholarship Endowment. 2016 (Freshman): A regular in the bars lineup, competing in 13 of 16 meets, missing Senior Night

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2017 Gymdogs against Auburn and the west coast road trip meets at UCLA and Utah...Competed on beam in four of the Gymdogs’ first five meets...Season-best of 9.85 on bars, set twice against Kentucky and against eventual national champion Oklahoma... Strong bars routine at the NCAA Semis with a 9.8375...Team’s Scholar Athlete Award winner...Recipient of the Doris & Bill Allen Gymnastics Scholarship. Club: Trained at Twin City Twisters ... three-time competitor at the level 10 JO National Championships and a three-time level 10 all-around region champion ... placed first in the all-around, beam and floor and was second on bars and vault at the 2014 region meet ... first in the all-around, bars and beam in the same meet in 2013 ... competed at JO Nationals in each of the last three years. Personal: Born Oct. 3 ... daughter of Robert and Carolyn Cherrey ... has two brothers, Matt and Ben. Gracie Cherrey’s Career Results 2016 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- 9.75 9.5 -- -- at #16 Arkansas -- 9.8 9.225 -- -- #24 Stanford -- 9.725 9.225 -- -- at #15 Missouri -- 9.75 -- -- -- at #23 Kentucky -- 9.85 9.125 -- -- #1 Florida -- 9.8 -- -- -- #5 LSU -- 9.775 -- -- -- #1 Oklahoma -- 9.85 -- -- -- at #3 Alabama -- 9.7 -- -- -- SEC Championship -- 9.75 -- -- -- NCAA Regional -- 9.8 -- -- -- NCAA Semifinals -- 9.8375 -- -- -- NCAA Super Six -- 9.775 -- -- -- Total -- 127.1625 37.075 -- (164.2375) Average -- 9.7817 9.2688 -- -- RQS -- 9.8 -- -- -- Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Career High -- 9.9 9.5 -- --

Rachel Dickson 5-1 | Freshman Canton, Mich. | Michigan Elite Gymnastics racheldickson04 | racheldickson 2017 (Freshman): Recipient of the Jennifer Moree Gymnastics Excellence Scholarship Endowment. Club: Trained at Michigan Elite Gymnastics in Novi, Michigan under Kim Tanskanen and Joseph Rodriguez...All-around gymnast who was a three-time national champion on bars...Took the bars title and finished third in all-around at the 2016 JO Nationals...Was a six-time JO National Team member...Was a two-time Region 5 All-Star Team member. Personal: Born November 9, 1997...Daughter of Don and Sue Dickson...Has a brother, Josh, and a sister, Katie...Chose UGA over other power-five programs including Oklahoma, Arizona State, Michigan State and more...Major: Exercise and Sports Science.

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Lauren Johnson 5-3 | Senior Atlanta, Ga. | Gwinnett Gymnastics Center lo_johnson_

2017 (Senior): Selected to participate in the L.E.A.D. leadership program at UGA. 2016 (Junior): Missed the first half of the season due to injury...Appeared in Georgia’s vault lineup for the final eight meets of the season...Competed on bars four times... Season-best 9.85 on vault, set in her first home meet of the season against Auburn...Career-best 9.775 on bars in the Athens NCAA regional...Matched her season-high on vault in Georgia’s tri-meet at UCLA with Stanford...SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2015 (Sophomore): SEC Academic Honor Roll ... suffered a torn ACL in the preseason and missed the 2015 season ... UGA Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2014 (Freshman): Shared the SEC vault title with a 9.975 in the anchor position in the second competition vault of her career at the SEC Championship. She was a late addition to the lineup ... named recipient of team’s Most Inspirational Performance Award ... scored a 9.9 on vault in the NCAA Super Six ... named to the All-SEC Team and to the All-SEC Freshman Team ... performed exhibition vaults in eight meets, including a 9.9 at No. 5 Utah ... made her debut in the vault lineup vs. No. 13 Arkansas ... performed an exhibition on bars at No. 7 Alabama and vs. No. 20 Kentucky. Club: Trained at Gwinnett Gymnastics Center in Lilburn, Ga., under Dan Thaxton, Josh Overton, and Sarah Smith ... trained elite for two years ... 2012 J.O. Level 10 national team member (Region 8). Personal: Born Sept. 9 ... daughter of Aretha Johnson ... Major: Human Development and Family Science Lauren Johnson’s Career Results 2014 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #13 Arkansas 9.675 - - - - SEC Championship 9.975 - - - - NCAA Regional 9.775 - - - - NCAA Semifinals 9.85 - - - - NCAA Super Six 9.9 - - - - Total 49.175 - - - (49.175) Average 9.835 - - - - Event Titles 1 0 0 0 0 Season High 9.975 - - - - 2016 (Junior) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #3 Alabama 9.8 -- -- -- -- #8 Auburn 9.85 9.25 -- -- -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stanford 9.85 9.725 -- -- -- -- at #5 Utah 9.8 9.75 -- -- -- -- SEC Championship 9.7 -- -- -- -- -- NCAA Regional 9.825 9.775 -- -- -- -- NCAA Semifinals 9.8125 -- -- -- -- -- NCAA Super Six 9.8375 -- -- -- -- -- Total 78.475 38.5 -- -- -- -- Average 9.8094 9.625 -- -- -- -- RQS -- -- -- -- -- -- Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 0 Season High 9.85 9.775 -- -- -- -- Career Average 9.8192 9.625 -- -- -- -- Career High 9.975 9.775 -- -- -- -- Career Event Titles 1 0 0 0 0 0 Career Total Points 127.65 38.5 -- -- -- --


Gigi Marino 4-10 | Junior Scottsdale, Ariz. | Desert Devils Gymnastics GigiMarino | gianna_marino 2017 (Junior): Recipient of the James E. and Peggy A. Hickey Memorial Scholarship Endowment and the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence. 2016 (Sophomore): Competed in all 16 meets on vault and floor for the Gymdogs...Won four event titles, all on floor...Tied for the season-best score on floor for Georgia with a 9.95 against then-No. 1 Florida, a career high...Career-best 9.9 on vault, set in Georgia’s home opener against Stanford...Strong meet in the Super Six, claiming twin 9.85s on vault and floor...Claimed six consecutive scores of 9.9 or better on floor in a stretch that spanned from Feb. 5 to March 6...Matched her career high with a 9.95 against Auburn on floor...Tied her career-best mark of 9.9 on vault against LSU and at UCLA...Had three meets in which she posted 9.9s on vault and floor: vs. Stanford, vs. LSU and at UCLA...Season RQS of 9.88 on vault and 9.905 on floor...SEC Academic Honor Roll... Recipient of the Leon Farmer Athletic Scholarship. 2015 (Freshman): Competed on vault in 12 meets and the last 10 meets on floor ... two event titles ... recipient of team’s Most Improved Gymnast award ... led the team with a 9.9 on floor at the SEC Championship to earn All-SEC and Freshman All-SEC honors ... turned in a 9.925 on floor vs. No. 4 Utah ... scored a career-high 9.95 on floor to give Georgia the lead against No. 18 Arkansas ... career-highs of 9.85 on vault and floor at No. 3 LSU ... UGA Athletic Director’s Honor Roll ... First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll ... recipient of the Don Leebern, Jr. & Don Leebern, III Scholarship. Club: Level 10 gymnast who trained at Desert Devils Gymnastics ... qualified for the 2013 JO Nationals and placed second on vault and sixth in the all-around ... at the Arizona State Championships, came in first on vault and floor and sixth in the all-around ... placed first on vault and floor and third in the all-around in the 2011 Region 1 Championships to qualify for JO Nationals for the second consecutive year ... finished first on vault and floor an sixth in the all-around at the 2013 Region 1 Championships. Personal: Born Aug. 14 ... Daugher of Vince and Joni Marino ... Major: Early Childhood Education. Gigi Marino’s Career Results 2015 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #8 Michigan 9.725 -- -- -- -- Missouri 9.8 -- -- -- -- at #15 Denver 9.775 -- -- -- -- #14 Kentucky 9.775 -- -- -- -- at #3 Florida 9.8 -- -- 9.8 -- at #3 LSU 9.85 -- -- 9.85 -- at North Carolina 9.775 -- -- 9.7 -- #5 Alabama -- -- -- 9.2 -- at #7 Auburn -- -- -- 9.8 -- #18 Arkansas 9.8 -- -- 9.95 -- #4 Utah 9.2 -- -- 9.925 -- SEC Championship 9.825 -- -- 9.9 -- NCAA Regional 9.85 -- -- 9.85 -- NCAA Prelims 9.775 -- -- 9.8 -- Total 116.95 -- -- 97.775 (214.725) Average 9.746 -- -- 9.778 -- RQS 9.8 -- -- 9.855 -- Event Titles 0 0 0 2 0 Season High 9.85 -- -- 9.95 --

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2016 (Sophomore) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.3 -- -- 9.875 -- at #16 Arkansas 9.875 -- -- 9.85 -- #24 Stanford 9.9 -- -- 9.9 -- at #15 Missouri 9.825 -- -- 9.875 -- at #23 Kentucky 9.7 -- -- 9.825 -- #1 Florida 9.775 -- -- 9.95 -- #5 LSU 9.9 -- -- 9.9 -- #1 Oklahoma 9.85 -- -- 9.9 -- at #3 Alabama 9.85 -- -- 9.9 -- #8 Auburn 9.85 -- -- 9.95 -- at 7UCLA/16Stanford 9.9 -- -- 9.9 -- at #5 Utah 9.875 -- -- 9.825 -- SEC Championship 9.825 -- -- 9.85 -- NCAA Regional 9.825 -- -- 9.9 -- NCAA Semifinals 9.7375 -- -- 9.725 -- NCAA Super Six 9.85 -- -- 9.85 -- Total 156.8375 -- -- 157.975 (314.8125) Average 9.8023 -- -- 9.8734 -- RQS 9.88 -- -- 9.905 -- Event Titles 0 0 0 4 0 Season High 9.9 -- -- 9.9 -- Career Average 9.7781 -- -- 9.8365 -- Career High 9.9 -- -- 9.95 -- Career Event Titles 0 0 0 6 0 Career Total Points 273.7875 -- -- 255.75 --

Jordyn Pedersen 5-3 | Freshman Burlington, Ontario, Canada | Manjaks Jordyn_Pedersen | jordyn_pedersen 2017 (Freshman): Recipient of the Julia Morgan Athletic Scholarship Endowment. Club: Trained at Manjaks Gymnastics Club in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada under Kelly Manjak, Kelsey Arnold and Scott McFarlane...All-around gymnast who was a member of the Canadian national team from 2008 through 2015...Was an alternate at the World Championships in 2014... Competed for the bronze-winning Canadian team at the 2012 Pac Rim Championships...Took gold in the team all-around at the Canada Winter Games in 2011. Personal: Born November 26, 1997...Daughter of Randy and Melody Pedersen... Has a brother, Logan...Major: Exercise and Sports Science.

Morgan Reynolds 5-1 | Senior Athens, Ga. | Georgia Elite Gymnastics MorganReynolds_ | morgantreynolds 2017 (Senior): Recipient of the Gymnastics Fans Scholarship Endowment. 2016 (Junior): Appeared in Georgia’s final six meets of the season after facing complications from E. Coli...UGA Athletics Inspiration Award winner...Most Inspirational Performance Award for her return to the lineup at UCLA in which she received a 9.825...Finalist for the Honda Inspiration Award...Season-best 9.85 on floor in the Athens NCAA Regional...Opened the year with three consecutive 9.825s on floor...Recipient of the Don Leebern, Jr. & Don Leebern, III Scholarship. 2015 (Sophomore): Competed on beam in seven meets and six times on floor ...

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2017 Gymdogs missed early part of the season with an injury ... tied career-high with a 9.9 on floor vs. No. 4 Utah ... 9.875 on floor vs. No. 18 Arkansas ... recipient of the Julia Morgan Athletic Scholarship. 2014 (Freshman): Performed on floor in all 15 meets, on beam 11 times and vault six times ... NCAA Regional co-champion on beam ... scored a career-high 9.875 on beam at No. 5 Utah ... led off on floor for the first time vs. No. 13 Arkansas ... tied for the team lead with a 9.875 on floor at No. 7 Alabama ... tied for first on floor with a 9.9 vs. No. 2 LSU. Club: Trained at Georgia Elite Gymnastics under Pete and Kim Arenas ... 2011 J.O. Level 10 state all-around champion ... 2012 J.O. state all-around, bars and vault champion ... 2012 highest all-around score at state for all age groups levels 9-10 ... placed second in the all-around at regional championships in 2011 and 2012. Personal: Born Feb. 17 ... daughter of Allen and Sharron Reynolds ... has two brothers, Jay and Judson, and a sister, Lindsey ... graduate of Athens Christian School. Morgan Reynolds’ Career Results 2014 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #3 Oklahoma -- -- 9.775 9.725 -- at #9 Stanford -- -- 9.75 9.775 -- #2 LSU -- -- 9.8 9.9 -- Iowa -- -- 9.175 9.825 -- at Florida -- -- 8.9 9.775 -- #20 Kentucky -- -- -- 9.8 -- at #7 Alabama -- -- -- 9.875 -- at #10 Auburn -- -- -- 9.85 -- #13 Arkansas -- -- -- 9.8 -- #20 Denver 9.825 -- 9.8 9.8 -- at #5 Utah 9.825 -- 9.875 9.85 -- SEC Championship 9.8 -- 9.8 9.8 -- NCAA Regional 9.825 -- 9.85 9.825 -- NCAA Prelims 9.7 -- 9.8 9.85 -- NCAA Super Six 9.775 -- 9.075 9.825 -- Total 58.75 -- 105.6 147.275 (311.625) Average 9.792 -- 9.6 9.818 -- RQS -- -- 9.785 9.84 -- Event Titles 0 0 1 1 -- Season High 9.825 -- 9.875 9.9 -- 2015 (Sophomore) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #3 Florida -- -- 9.825 -- -- at #3 LSU -- -- 9.6 -- -- at North Carolina -- -- 9.75 -- -- at #7 Auburn -- -- -- 9.8 -- #18 Arkansas -- -- -- 9.875 -- #4 Utah -- -- 9.8 9.9 -- SEC Championship -- -- 9.775 9.85 -- NCAA Regional -- -- 9.625 9.825 -- NCAA Prelims -- -- 9.85 9.85 -- Total -- -- 68.225 59.1 (127.325) Average -- -- 9.746 9.85 -- RQS -- -- 9.725 -- -- Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Season High -- -- 9.825 9.9 -- 2016 (Junior) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at 7UCLA/16Stanford -- -- -- 9.825 -- at #5 Utah -- -- -- 9.825 -- SEC Championship -- -- -- 9.825 -- NCAA Regional -- -- -- 9.85 --

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Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around NCAA Semifinals -- -- -- 9.7875 -- NCAA Super Six -- -- -- 9.8 -- Total -- -- -- 58.9125 (58.9125) Average -- -- -- 9.8188 - RQS -- -- -- - - Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Season High -- -- -- 9.85 - Career Average 9.792 - 9.657 9.827 - Career High 9.825 - 9.825 9.9 - Career Event Titles 0 0 1 1 0 Career Total Points 58.75 - 173.825 265.2875 (497.8625)

Beth Roberts 5-4 | Senior Tifton, Ga. | Tift Gymnastics Academy bethroberts_ | bethroberts1 2016 (Junior): Provided depth for the Gymdogs on vault, beam and floor. 2015 (Sophomore): Competed on vault in eight meets and turned in a career-high 9.85 at No. 3 LSU ... UGA Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2014 (Freshman): Performed an exhibition floor routine at No. 10 Auburn. Club: Trained at Tift Gymnastics Academy under Ben Ledl ... 2012 and 2013 J.O. National Invitational Tournament ... 2011 J.O. Nationals, Region 8 Team ... 2011 and 2012 Georgia state bars champion ... 2013 Regionals: eighth in the all-around, fourth on beam, fifth on vault, ninth on floor, 10th on bars ... placed 10th in the all-around and third on bars at 2012 regional meet ... finished seventh in the all-around and fourth on bars and beam at 2011 Regionals ... placed first in the all-around at the 2013 Gasparilla Classic and the Jekyll Island Invitational; finished second at Chicago Style. Personal: Born Feb. 9 ... daughter of Dr. Phillip and Jodi Roberts ... two sisters, Emilee, who was a cheerleader at Georgia Tech, and Elyssa ... graduate of Tift County High School ... Major: Biological Sciences. Beth Roberts’ Career Results 2015 (Sophomore) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #8 Michigan 9.725 -- -- -- -- Missouri 9.825 -- -- -- -- at #15 Denver 9.8 -- -- -- -- at #3 LSU 9.85 -- -- -- -- at North Carolina 9.8 -- -- -- -- #5 Alabama 9.8 -- -- -- -- at #7 Auburn 9.675 -- -- -- -- #18 Arkansas 9.775 -- -- -- -- Total 78.25 -- -- -- (78.25) Average 9.781 -- -- -- -- RQS 9.8 -- -- -- -- Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Career High 9.85 -- -- -- --


Hayley Sanders 5-1 | Junior McKinney, Texas | WOGA hayley_nicole95 | hayleysanders95 2017 (Junior): Recipient of the Jennifer Moree Gymnastics Scholarship Endowment. 2016 (Sophomore): Appeared in Georgia’s season-opener at Michigan, posting a 9.7 on bars... Had two exhibition routines later in the season, including a 9.725 at Kentucky... SEC Academic Honor Roll...Recipient of the Julia Morgan Athletic Scholarship. 2015 (Freshman): Competed for the first time as the bars anchor vs. No. 18 Arkansas ... UGA Athletic Director’s Honor Roll ... First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll ... recipient of the Jennifer Moree Gymnastics Scholarship. Club: Trained as a Level 10 gymnast at WOGA in Plano, Texas ... three-time qualifier for JO Nationals ... placed first on bars and vault at the 2013 Region 3 Championships ... placed second on bars at JO Nationals in 2011 and 2013 and first on bars at Regionals in 2010, 2011 and 2013 ... captured the gold medal on bars and repeated as the all-around champion at the 2011 WOGA Classic ... had the top all-around score among all Level 10 gymnasts at the 2010 WOGA Classic ... qualified for the first Nastia Liukin Cup ... finished first in the all-around and on bars, second on beam and third on vault in the 2013 Houston National Invitational. Personal: Born Oct. 12 ... daughter of Mickey and Melissa Sanders ... Major: Biology Pre-Medicine. Hayley Sanders’ Career Results 2015 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #18 Arkansas -- 9.7 -- -- -- 2016 (Sophomore) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- 9.7 -- -- -- at #15 Missouri -- EX (9.25) -- -- -- at #23 Kentucky -- EX (9.725)-- -- --

Rachel Schick 5-1 | Senior Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. | Charter Oak Gymnastics rache_schick | rache_schick 2017 (Senior): Selected to participate in the L.E.A.D. leadership program at UGA...Recipient of the Gymnastics Fans Scholarship Endowment. 2016 (Junior): All-SEC honoree...Competed in all 16 meets on bars...Appeared in the beam lineup for the first four meets of the year, then again at the NCAA Championships in Fort Worth, Texas...Career-high 9.925 against Auburn on bars... Posted a 9.9 on bars at the SEC Championship in North Little Rock, Arkansas... Strong performance at the NCAA Championships with a 9.875 and 9.8625 on bars as well as a pair of 9.8375s on beam...Claimed a 9.875 against eventual national champion Oklahoma...Winner of the team’s Most Improved Award... Season RQS of 9.855 on bars...SEC Academic Honor Roll... Recipient of the Julia Morgan Athletic Scholarship.

2017 Gymdogs reer-high 9.9 at No. 15 Denver ... UGA Athletic Director’s Honor Roll ... recipient of the Gymnastics Fans Scholarship Endowment. Club: Trained at Charter Oak Gymnastics in Covina, Calif., under Beth Kline-Rybacki and Stephen Rybacki ... won floor at 2011 San Diego Classic, and placed first on vault at the WOGA Classic ... at 2011 State Championships, won beam, was second in the all-around, third vault and floor ... at 2011 regionals, finished third on vault, fourth on bars, beam and all-around ... placed fifth on vault, eighth on bars and eleventh in all-around at 2011 J.O. Nationals ... won vault at 2010 State Championships and was second beam and finished fourth in the all-around. Personal: Born April 5 ... daughter of Rich and Cheryl Schick ... has a sister, Ciera ... graduated from Los Osos High School in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Rachel Schick’s Career Results 2015 (Sophomore) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #8 Michigan -- 9.075 -- -- -- Missouri -- 9.75 -- -- -- at #15 Denver -- 9.9 -- -- -- Kentucky -- 9.825 -- -- -- at #3 Florida -- 9.8 -- -- -- #4 Utah -- EX (9.775)-- -- -- SEC Championship -- 9.9 -- -- -- NCAA Regional -- 9.85 -- -- -- NCAA Semifinals -- 9.1 -- -- -- Total -- 77.2 -- -- (77.2) Average -- 9.65 -- -- -- RQS -- 9.67 -- -- -- Event Titles 0 1 0 0 0 Career High -- 9.9 -- -- -- 2016 (Junior) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- 9.25 9.15 -- -- at #16 Arkansas -- 9.825 9.825 -- -- #24 Stanford -- 9.875 9.35 -- -- at #15 Missouri -- 9.8 9.625 -- -- at #23 Kentucky -- 9.325 -- -- -- #1 Florida -- 9.85 -- -- -- #5 LSU -- 9.75 -- -- -- #1 Oklahoma -- 9.875 -- -- -- at #3 Alabama -- 9.8 -- -- -- #8 Auburn -- 9.925 -- -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stanford -- 9.8 -- -- -- at #5 Utah -- 9.775 -- -- -- SEC Championship -- 9.9 -- -- -- NCAA Regional -- 9.85 -- -- -- NCAA Semifinals -- 9.875 9.8375 -- -- NCAA Super Six -- 9.8625 9.8375 -- -- Total -- 156.3375 57.625 -- -- Average -- 9.7711 9.6042 -- -- RQS -- 9.855 -- -- -- Event Titles 0 1 0 0 0 Season High -- 9.925 9.8375 -- -- Career Average -- 9.7307 9.6042 -- -- Career High -- 9.9 -- -- -- Career Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Career Total Points -- 233.5375 57.625 -- (291.1625)

2015 (Sophomore): SEC Academic Honor Roll ... one event title ... earned All-SEC honors with a 9.9 on bars in the SEC Championship ... competed on bars in eight meets ... sidelined beginning with the LSU meet with a broken thumb and returned for an exhibition routine vs. No. 34 Utah ... tied for first with a ca-

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Sydney Snead 5-2 | Sophomore Raleigh, N.C. | Sonshine Gymnastics sydneysnead | sydney_snead

Natalie Vaculik 5-2 | Junior Whitby, Ontario, Canada | Gemini Gymnastics natalie_vaculik | natalie_vaculik

2017 (Sophomore): Recipient of the Don Leebern, Jr. & Don Leebern, III Scholarship Endowment and the Suzanne A. Yoculan Gymnastics Scholarship Endowment.

2017 (Junior): Recipient of the Clyde Bohler Memorial Scholarship Endowment.

2016 (Freshman): All-SEC Freshman Team selection after she claimed a 9.85 on bars at the SEC Championship in North Little Rock...Appeared in 15 of 16 meets on both vault and bars, missing the Athens NCAA Regional...Appeared in the team’s floor lineup 13 times...Won an event title in her first-ever collegiate meet with a season-best 9.9 on bars...Claimed a season-best 9.9 on vault twice, against LSU and at Utah...Season-high of 9.875 on floor, set against then-No. 1 Florida and matched against Auburn...Season RQS of 9.88 on vault, 9.87 on bars and 9.85 on floor...Winner of the Anysia “All-In” Unick Award...Recipient of the Jennifer Moree Gymnastics Excellence Scholarship. Club: Trained at Sonshine Gymnastics under Heidi and Milan Stanovich ... two-time JO National Team member (2012, 2014), and placed second in the all-around and vault in 2014 ... placed first on vault and beam at the 2014 state meet and was the all-around, vault, beam and floor champion at the regional meet ... earned the highest level 10 all-around score in the country with a 39.3 in 2013, and received a perfect 10 for a 1 1/2 yurchenko on vault. Personal: Born May 30 ... daughter of Scott and Michelle Snead ... has a brother, Tyler, and two sisters, Kaylee and Laney ... father played baseball at NC State and went on to play in the minor leagues in the Cincinnati Reds’ organization ... mother was a cheerleader at NC State. Sydney Snead’s Career Results 2016 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.875 9.9 -- 9.825 -- at #16 Arkansas 9.85 9.2 -- 9.775 -- #24 Stanford 9.825 9.825 -- 9.85 -- at #15 Missouri 9.875 9.8 -- 9.8 -- at #23 Kentucky 9.65 9.875 -- 9.85 -- #1 Florida 9.825 9.9 -- 9.875 -- #5 LSU 9.9 9.825 -- 9.7 -- #1 Oklahoma 9.85 9.875 -- 9.85 -- at #3 Alabama 9.875 9.85 -- 9.825 -- #8 Auburn 9.825 9.85 -- 9.875 -- at 7UCLA/16Stanford 9.875 9.8 -- 9.75 -- at #5 Utah 9.9 9.775 -- 9.85 -- SEC Championship 9.825 9.85 -- 9.775 -- NCAA Semifinals 9.8 9.8 -- -- -- NCAA Super Six 9.85 9.8125 -- -- -- Total 147.8 146.9375 -- 127.6 (422.3375) Average 9.8533 9.7958 -- 9.8154 -- RQS 9.88 9.87 -- 9.85 -- Event Titles 0 1 -- 0 -- Season High 9.9 9.9 -- 9.875 --

2016 (Sophomore): Competed on bars in all 16 meets...Appeared in the vault lineup for the first eight meets of the season and in the beam lineup for a span of 10 meets...Won an event title at Missouri with a 9.875 on bars...Season-high marks of 9.825 on vault, 9.875 on bars and 9.85 on beam...Competed on vault, bars and beam for a span of four meets from Jan. 29 to Feb. 20...Received a 9.8375 on bars at the NCAA Semifinals and a 9.825 at the Super Six...Season RQS of 9.755 on vault, 9.85 on bars and 9.81 on beam...Recipient of the James E. And Peggy A. Hickey Memorial Scholarship. 2015 (Freshman): Competed on bars in all 14 meets, on beam in 12 meets and vault 11 times ... one event title ... earned Freshman All-SEC honors with a 9.85 on bars in the SEC Championship ... scored a pair of 9.9s on bars and beam (tied for first) vs. No. 4 Utah ... First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll ... recipient of the Suzanne A. Yoculan Gymnastics Scholarship. Club: Placed first on bars at the Elite Canada competition in 2014 ... came in second and led Canada to a second place finish at the 2013 Massilia Open in France and was fifth at the Massila Masters international competition ... placed fifth on bars at the Cottbus World Cup in Germany in March 2014 ... finished second in the all-around at the 2013 Canadian Championships ... trained at Gemini Gymnastics under Elena Davydova and Valery Yachybekov. Personal: Born March 12 ... sister, Kristina, was a gymnast at Stanford and member of the Canadian national team at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Natalie Vaculik’s Career Results 2015 (Freshman) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #8 Michigan 9.825 9.775 9.6 -- -- Missouri 9.775 9.8 9.675 -- -- at #15 Denver 9.75 9.775 9.7 -- -- #14 Kentucky 9.8 9.825 9.85 -- -- at #3 Florida 9.8 9.75 9.725 -- -- at #3 LSU 9.9 9.75 9.8 -- -- at North Carolina 9.775 9.875 9.25 -- -- #5 Alabama 9.875 9.85 9.825 -- -- at #7 Auburn 9.825 9.825 9.875 -- -- #18 Arkansas 9.8 9.725 9.775 -- -- #4 Utah 9.8 9.9 9.9 -- -- SEC Championship -- 9.85 9.25 -- -- NCAA Regional -- 9.8 -- -- -- NCAA Prelims -- 9.8 -- -- -- Total 107.925 137.3 116.225 -- -- Average 9.8114 9.8071 9.6854 -- -- RQS 9.825 9.845 9.815 -- -- Event Titles 0 0 0 0 0 Season High 9.9 9.9 9.9 -- -- 2016 (Sophomore) Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.8 9.775 -- -- -- at #16 Arkansas 9.825 9.85 -- -- -- #24 Stanford 9.775 9.825 -- -- -- at #15 Missouri 9.675 9.875 -- -- -- at #23 Kentucky 9.65 9.85 9.775 -- --

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Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around #1 Florida 9.725 9.775 9.275 -- -- #5 LSU 9.7 9.775 9.825 -- -- #1 Oklahoma 9.8 9.85 9.85 -- -- at #3 Alabama -- 9.2 9.2 -- -- #8 Auburn -- 9.875 9.75 -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stanford -- 9.7 9.85 -- -- at #5 Utah -- 9.2 9.725 -- -- SEC Championship -- 9.825 9.85 -- -- NCAA Regional -- 9.825 9.1 -- -- NCAA Semifinals -- 9.8375 -- -- -- NCAA Super Six -- 9.825 -- -- -- Total 77.95 155.8625 105.82 -- -- Average 9.7438 9.7414 9.62 -- -- RQS 9.755 9.85 9.81 -- -- Event Titles 0 1 0 0 0 Season High 9.825 9.875 9.85 -- -- Career Average 9.7829 9.7721 9.6541 -- -- Career High 9.9 9.9 9.9 -- -- Career Event Titles 0 1 0 0 0 Career Total Points 185.875 293.1625 222.045 -- --

Sabrina Vega 5-3 | Freshman Carmel, N.Y. | GAGE Gymnastics SabrinaVega95 | sabrinavega95

2017 Gymdogs Support Staff

Mary Beth Box Graduate Assistant

Doug Contaoi Sports Medicine

Elizabeth Floyd Program Specialist

Donna Hallman Program Specialist

Brandie Jay Graduate Coach

Rachel Jones Academics

Brittany Rogers Undergraduate Coach

Josh Rucci Strength & Conditioning

Heather Wallace Administrative Associate

Kelly Ward Primary Care

2017 (Freshman): Recipient of the Doris and Bill Allen Gymnastics Scholarship Endowment. Club: Trained at GAGE in Blue Springs, Missouri under Al and Armine Fong...All-around gymnast who spent five years as a USA National Team member...2011 World Team champion...Competed at the 2012 Olympic trials, finishing 10th with a combined two-day score of 113.400. Personal: Born May 24, 1995...Daughter of David and Jahaira Vega...Has a brother, David...Major: Biology/Pre-Med.

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UGA Athletics Administration

Jere W. Morehead President

Greg McGarity

David Shipley Faculty Athletics Representative

J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics

UGA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SENIOR STAFF

Carla Williams

Ron Courson

Claude Felton

Glada Horvat

Andy Platt

Jim Booz

Josh Brooks

Deputy Athletic Director

Sr. Assoc. AD Sports Medicine

Sr. Assoc. AD Sports Communications

Sr. Assoc. AD Academics & Eligibility

Sr. Assoc. AD CFO

Executive Assoc. AD Compliance

Ted White

Matt Brachowski Associate AD Event Magagement

Tim Cearley

Associate AD Ticket Operations

Stephanie Ransom Associate AD Business Operations

Alan Thomas

Associate AD External Operations

John Bateman Asstistant AD Marketing

Assistant AD Development

Anna Randa

Emily Deitz

Steve Flippen

Rhonda Kilpatrick

Christie Purks

Melvin Robinson

Mark Slonaker

Executive Assoc. AD Student Development

Assistant AD Sports Medicine

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Assistant AD Promotions

Assistant AD Compliance

Assistant AD Academics & Eligibility

Assistant AD Event Management

Assistant AD Facility Operations

Executive Assoc. AD Operations

Evin Beck

Executive Director Athletic Alumni Relations


2016 Review Gymdogs Finish Sixth in 2016 The Georgia gymnastics team finished the 2016 season ranked sixth nationally after making its third trip to the Super Six in four years under the direction of head coach Danna Durante. Georgia, which entered the postseason ranked ninth, advanced through the Athens NCAA regional to secure a spot in Fort Worth, Texas at the NCAA Championships. The Gymdogs then performed well in their two meets in the Lone Star State, narrowly missing fifth overall in the Super Six. Postseason Honors Four Georgia gymnasts earned All-America honors in 2015. Brittany Rogers claimed NACGC/W Regular Season honors on bars, and she was one of three Georgia first team NCAA All-Americans. Mary Beth Box and Brandie Jay were first team All-America on floor and vault, respectively. Chelsea Davis was second team bars All-America. Five Georgia gymnasts - second most of any team in the conference - earned 2015 SEC honors. Box, Gigi Marino, Rachel Schick and Rogers were named to the All-SEC Team, while Natalie Vaculik and Marino were named to the All-Freshman Team. Florida led the way with six gymnasts earning SEC honors, followed by UGA with five, then Alabama and LSU with four each. Georgia and Florida had the most representatives on the All-Freshman team with two. The All-SEC and All-Freshman teams are based on results at the SEC Championship. Event-By-Event Vault The Gymdogs’ year on vault was highlighted by Jay’s national championship and Rogers claiming the team’s first 10 since 2009. Rogers’ perfect routine came on the west coast in a tri-meet at UCLA with Stanford. The score spurred Georgia to its best vault rotation of the year with a 49.525 as a team. The Gymdogs claimed 10 vault titles during the season, with seven from Jay and three from Rogers while the team averaged a 49.2773 on vault in 2016. Bars Rogers’ individual title on bars capped an impressive season for the Gymdogs in the event. Georgia averaged a 49.1883 on bars in 2016 with a season-best 49.4 against top-ranked Oklahoma. As a team, Georgia had one All-American (Rogers) and three All-SEC honorees (Rogers, Schick, Snead) in the event. Georgia won eight bars titles in the season with four from Rogers, two from Jay, and one each from Snead and Vaculik. Beam Beam was an area of concern for the Gymdogs through the early part of the schedule, but Georgia bounced back and finished strong in the event by taking its best road score of the year at the Super Six with a 49.3625 after hitting all six routines. Georgia’s best beam score came in an upset of LSU at home, a 49.425. Georgia won six event titles in beam this year with three from Rogers, two from Box and one from Ashlyn Broussard. As a team, Georgia averaged a 48.8016 on beam through the season. Floor Georgia’s second-best event in 2016 was floor as the Gymdogs averaged a 49.2758 in the event. Georgia took its best floor score of the season with a 49.625 to come from behind and defeat the then-top ranked Florida Gators, a rotation that included three consecutive 9.95s. Georgia won 13 event titles on floor, with Box leading the way with six. Gigi Marino followed with four, Jay added two and Rogers took one.

By The Numbers In 2016 Overall Team Score Team Vault Team Bars Team Beam Team Floor

Average 196.5242 49.2773 49.1883 48.8016 49.2758

RQS 197.025 49.415 49.280 49.180 49.385

Season High 197.525 49.525 49.400 49.425 49.625

2016 Georgia Gymnastics Awards MVP Brittany Rogers Suzanne Yoculan No Dream Too Big Award Brandie Jay Kathy McMinn Consistency Award Mary Beth Box Most Improved Gymnast Rachel Schick Scholar-Athlete Award Gracie Cherrey Most Inspirational Performance Morgan Reynolds on floor at UCLA Sam Sheehan Spirit Award Jasmine Arnold Anysia “All In” Unick Award Sydney Snead Distinguished Alumni Award Caroline Harris Ward NACGC/W Regular Season All-America Mary Beth Box (second team beam, second team floor) Brandie Jay (first team vault, second team all-around) Brittany Rogers (first team vault, first team bars) NCAA All-America Mary Beth Box (second team floor) Brandie Jay (first team vault) Brittany Rogers (first team vault, first team bars) All-SEC Mary Beth Box, Brandie Jay, Brittany Rogers, Rachel Schick Freshman All-SEC Sydney Snead SEC Gymnast of the Week Brandie Jay (Feb. 16) SEC Specialist of the Week Mary Beth Box (Feb. 9) SEC Community Service Team Brandie Jay NCAA Regional Champions Brandie Jay (bars) NCAAIndividual Champions Brandie Jay - vault Brittany Rogers - bars SEC Academic Honor Roll Mary Beth Box, Ashlyn Broussard, Brandie Jay, Lauren Johnson, Gigi Marino, Beth Roberts, Hayley Sanders, Rachel Schick

Season Highs Gymnast Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around Jasmine Arnold -- -- -- -- -- Vivi Babalis -- -- 9.875 9.9 -- Mary Beth Box -- -- 9.95 9.95 -- Caroline Bradford -- -- -- -- -- Ashlyn Broussard 9.875 - 9.925 -- -- Gracie Cherrey -- 9.85 9.5 -- -- Brandie Jay 9.975 9.95 9.9 9.925 39.675 Lauren Johnson 9.85 9.775 -- -- -- Gigi Marino 9.9 -- -- 9.95 -- Morgan Reynolds -- -- -- 9.85 -- Beth Roberts -- -- -- -- -- Brittany Rogers 10 9.95 9.925 9.95 39.425 Hayley Sanders -- 9.7 -- -- -- Rachel Schick -- 9.925 9.8375 -- -- Sydney Snead 9.9 9.9 -- 9.875 -- Natalie Vaculik 9.825 9.875 9.85 -- -- TEAM 49.525 49.4 49.425 49.625 197.525 TEAM AVG 49.2773 49.1883 48.8016 49.2758 196.5242

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2016 Results Overall: 15-20 • SEC: 8-13 • Home: 6-4 • Away: 3-4 • Neutral: 6-12 • VS. Top 25: 12-20 Date Teams Result Total Vault Bars Beam Floor Att.

Jan. 9 #9 Georgia L 195.200 48.925 49.125 48.000 49.150 2,684 at #7 Michigan 196.925 49.050 49.200 49.100 49.575 Jan. 15 #15 Georgia W 196.775 49.375 49.200 49.100 49.100 2,327 at #16 Arkansas 196.700 48.975 49.250 49.200 49.275 Jan. 18 #9 Georgia L 195.750 49.500 49.350 47.600 49.300 10,224 #24 Stanford 195.875 48.850 49.025 49.200 48.800 Jan. 22 #10 Georgia L 195.350 49.275 49.175 47.675 49.225 3,059 at #15 Missouri 195.800 48.775 49.025 48.925 49.075 Jan. 29 #13 Georgia W 196.275 48.975 49.325 48.775 49.200 5,135 at #23 Kentucky 195.025 48.500 48.825 48.800 48.900 Feb. 5 #10 Georgia W 196.400 49.000 49.325 48.450 49.625 10,224 #1 Florida 196.350 49.275 49.325 48.675 49.075 Feb. 13 #11 Georgia W 197.525 49.425 49.250 49.425 49.425 9,577 #5 LSU 196.800 49.275 49.200 49.050 49.275 Feb. 20 #10 Georgia L 196.750 49.275 49.400 48.675 49.400 10,224 #1 Oklahoma 197.375 49.325 49.450 49.500 49.100 Feb. 26 #10 Georgia L 195.700 49.325 48.500 48.525 49.350 12,427 at #3 Alabama 197.550 49.400 49.525 49.125 49.500 March 4 #10 Georgia L 197.275 49.400 49.075 49.250 49.550 10,026 #8 Auburn 197.325 49.375 49.350 49.300 49.300 March 6 #10 Georgia 2nd (3) 197.025 49.525 49.150 49.175 49.175 6,020 #16 Stanford L 197.400 49.250 49.525 49.375 49.250 at #7 UCLA W 196.825 49.375 49.025 48.950 49.475 March 12 #9 Georgia L 197.125 49.375 49.125 49.350 49.275 15,403 at #5 Utah 197.675 49.225 49.550 49.325 49.575 March 19 SEC Championship - North Little Rock, Ark. #8 Georgia 5th (8) 196.850 49.300 49.200 49.025 49.325 5,981 #2 Florida L 197.775 49.425 49.500 49.425 49.425 #4 Alabama L 197.750 49.425 49.550 49.275 49.500 #3 LSU L 197.500 49.375 49.200 49.375 49.550 #6 Auburn L 196.975 49.050 49.325 49.250 49.350 #13 Arkansas W 196.500 49.125 49.100 49.075 49.200 #22 Kentucky W 196.250 49.050 48.925 49.125 49.150 #20 Missouri W 195.750 49.150 48.950 48.900 48.750 April 2 NCAA Regional - Athens, Ga. #8 Georgia 2nd (6) 196.850 49.275 49.250 49.025 49.300 4,994 #3 LSU L 197.300 49.400 49.300 49.150 49.450 #13 Oregon State W 196.000 48.900 48.975 49.125 49.000 Arizona W 195.900 48.775 49.100 49.000 49.025 George Washington W 195.550 49.075 48.825 48.725 48.925 Michigan State W 195.350 48.575 48.950 48.675 49.150 April 15 NCAA Semifinals - Fort Worth, Texas #8 Georgia 3rd (6) 196.725 49.275 49.375 49.1125 48.9625 3,903 #4 Florida L 197.475 49.350 49.475 49.350 49.300 #2 LSU L 197.3375 49.3375 49.325 49.300 49.375 #11 Stanford W 195.575 49.150 49.025 48.475 48.925 #7 Auburn W 195.100 48.9625 48.0875 48.150 48.900 #13 Minnesota W 194.9875 49.0375 47.6625 49.250 49.0375 April 16 NCAA Super Six - Fort Worth, Texas #6 Georgia 6th (6) 196.8125 49.2125 49.1875 49.3625 49.050 8,338 #1 Oklahoma L 197.675 49.225 49.450 49.425 49.575 #2 LSU L 197.450 49.525 49.125 49.3375 49.4625 #3 Alabama L 197.4375 49.325 49.2875 49.450 49.375 #4 Florida L 197.350 49.325 49.450 49.2125 49.3625 #9 UCLA L 196.825 49.0875 49.100 49.4375 49.200

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Vivi Babalis Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- -- 9.750 9.825 -- at #16 Arkansas -- -- 9.625 9.725 -- #24 Stanford -- -- 9.800 9.775 -- at #15 Missouri -- -- 9.075 9.725 -- at #23 Kentucky -- -- 9.600 9.750 -- #1 Florida -- -- 8.625 9.900 -- #5 LSU -- -- 9.875 9.800 -- #1 Oklahoma -- -- 9.175 9.675 -- #3 Alabama -- -- 9.850 9.850 -- #8 Auburn -- -- 9.775 9.875 -- at 7UCLA/16Stan -- -- 9.650 9.750 -- at #5 Utah -- -- 9.850 9.850 -- SEC Championship -- -- 9.650 9.850 -- NCAA Regional -- -- 9.675 9.275 -- NCAA Semifinals -- -- 9.7625 9.8125 -- NCAASuper Six -- -- 9.7875 9.7875 -- Average -- -- 9.5953 9.7641 -- Reg.Season RQS -- -- 9.805 9.850 -- Season High -- -- 9.875 9.900 -- Mary Beth Box Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- -- 9.800 9.900 -- at #16 Arkansas -- -- 9.875 9.850 -- #24 Stanford -- -- 9.375 9.900 -- at #15 Missouri -- -- 9.875 9.900 -- at #23 Kentucky -- -- 9.775 9.900 -- #1 Florida -- -- 9.850 9.950 -- #5 LSU -- -- 9.775 9.925 -- #1 Oklahoma -- -- 9.825 9.900 -- #3 Alabama -- -- 9.900 9.900 -- #8 Auburn -- -- 9.925 9.925 -- at 7UCLA/16Stan -- -- 9.950 9.950 -- at #5 Utah -- -- 9.950 9.875 -- SEC Championship -- -- 9.800 9.925 -- NCAA Regional -- -- 9.875 9.850 -- NCAA Semifinals -- -- 9.8625 9.875 -- NCAA Super Six -- -- 9.9125 9.6875 -- Average -- -- 9.8328 9.8883 -- Reg.Season RQS -- -- 9.905 9.925 -- Season High -- -- 9.950 9.950 -- Ashlyn Broussard Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.750 -- 8.900 -- -- at #16 Arkansas 9.825 -- 9.875 -- -- #24 Stanford 9.850 -- 9.850 -- -- at #15 Missouri 9.825 -- 9.150 -- -- at #23 Kentucky 9.725 -- -- -- -- #1 Florida 9.775 -- 9.725 -- -- #5 LSU 9.825 -- 9.900 -- -- #1 Oklahoma 9.800 -- 9.850 -- -- #3 Alabama 9.825 -- 9.150 -- -- #8 Auburn 9.825 -- 9.925 -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stan 9.875 -- 9.900 -- -- at #5 Utah 9.825 -- 9.850 -- -- SEC Championship 9.800 -- 9.400 -- -- NCAA Regional 9.875 -- 9.900 -- -- NCAA Semifinals 9.8125 -- 9.850 -- -- NCAA Super Six 9.750 -- 9.9125 -- -- Average 9.8102 -- 9.6758 -- -- Reg.Season RQS 9.840 -- 9.885 -- -- Season High 9.875 -- 9.925 -- -- Gracie Cherrey Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- 9.750 9.500 -- -- at #16 Arkansas -- 9.800 9.225 -- -- #24 Stanford -- 9.725 9.225 -- -- at #15 Missouri -- 9.750 -- -- -- at #23 Kentucky -- 9.850 9.125 -- -- #1 Florida -- 9.800 -- -- -- #5 LSU -- 9.775 -- -- -- #1 Oklahoma -- 9.850 -- -- --

2016 Individual Results #3 Alabama #8 Auburn at 7UCLA/16Stan #5 Utah SEC Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Semifinals NCAA Super Six Average Reg.Season RQS Season High

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Brandie Jay Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.800 9.825 9.075 (ex.) 9.225 37.925 (ex.) at #16 Arkansas 9.950 9.825 -- 9.875 -- #24 Stanford 9.975 9.900 -- 9.825 -- at #15 Missouri 9.875 9.850 9.850 9.900 39.475 at #23 Kentucky 9.900 9.825 9.750 9.875 39.350 #1 Florida 9.875 9.925 9.775 9.800 39.375 #5 LSU 9.925 9.925 9.900 9.925 39.675 #1 Oklahoma 9.900 9.900 9.850 9.900 39.550 #3 Alabama 9.850 9.900 9.725 9.875 39.350 #8 Auburn 9.950 9.850 9.875 9.925 39.600 at 7UCLA/16Stan 9.875 9.900 9.350 9.675 38.800 at #5 Utah 9.850 9.850 9.800 9.875 39.375 SEC Championship 9.950 9.875 9.875 9.875 39.575 NCAA Regional 9.850 9.950 9.750 9.900 39.450 NCAA Semifinals 9.950 9.875 9.7625 9.7125 39.300 NCAA Super Six 9.825 9.900 9.8375 9.8875 39.450 Average 9.8938 9.8797 9.7827 9.8156 39.4096 Reg.Season RQS 9.935 9.895 9.850 9.895 39.515 Season High 9.975 9.950 9.900 9.925 39.675 Lauren Johnson Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- -- -- -- -- at #16 Arkansas -- -- -- -- -- #24 Stanford -- -- -- -- -- at #15 Missouri -- -- -- -- -- at #23 Kentucky -- -- -- -- -- #1 Florida -- -- -- -- -- #5 LSU -- -- -- -- -- #1 Oklahoma -- -- -- -- -- #3 Alabama 9.800 -- -- -- -- #8 Auburn 9.850 9.250 -- -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stan 9.850 9.725 -- -- -- at #5 Utah 9.800 9.750 -- -- -- SEC Championship 9.700 -- -- -- -- NCAA Regional 9.825 9.775 -- -- -- NCAA Semifinals 9.8125 -- -- -- -- NCAA Super Six 9.8375 -- -- -- -- Average 9.8094 9.625 -- -- -- Reg.Season RQS -- -- -- -- -- Season High 9.850 9.775 -- -- -- Gigi Marino Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.300 -- -- 9.875 -- at #16 Arkansas 9.875 -- -- 9.850 -- #24 Stanford 9.900 -- -- 9.900 -- at #15 Missouri 9.825 -- -- 9.875 -- at #23 Kentucky 9.700 -- -- 9.825 -- #1 Florida 9.775 -- -- 9.950 -- #5 LSU 9.900 -- -- 9.900 -- #1 Oklahoma 9.850 -- -- 9.900 -- #3 Alabama 9.850 -- -- 9.900 -- #8 Auburn 9.850 -- -- 9.950 -- at 7UCLA/16Stan 9.900 -- -- 9.900 -- at #5 Utah 9.875 -- -- 9.825 -- SEC Championship 9.825 -- -- 9.850 -- NCAA Regional 9.825 -- -- 9.900 -- NCAA Semifinals 9.7375 -- -- 9.725 -- NCAA Super Six 9.850 -- -- 9.850 -- Average 9.8023 -- -- 9.8734 -- RQS 9.880 -- -- 9.905 --

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2016 Individual Results Season High

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Morgan Reynolds Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- -- -- -- -- at #16 Arkansas -- -- -- -- -- #24 Stanford -- -- -- -- -- at #15 Missouri -- -- -- -- -- at #23 Kentucky -- -- -- -- -- #1 Florida -- -- -- -- -- #5 LSU -- -- -- -- -- #1 Oklahoma -- -- -- -- -- #3 Alabama -- -- -- -- -- #8 Auburn -- -- -- -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stan -- -- -- 9.825 -- at #5 Utah -- -- -- 9.825 -- SEC Championship -- -- -- 9.825 -- NCAA Regional -- -- -- 9.850 -- NCAA Semifinals -- -- -- 9.7875 -- NCAASuper Six -- -- -- 9.800 -- Average -- -- -- 9.8188 -- RQS -- -- -- -- -- Season High -- -- -- 9.850 -- Brittany Rogers Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.700 9.875 9.800 9.725 39.100 at #16 Arkansas 9.875 9.900 9.900 9.750 39.425 #24 Stanford 9.950 9.925 9.275 9.825 38.975 at #15 Missouri 9.875 9.850 9.175 9.750 38.650 at #23 Kentucky 9.800 9.925 9.875 9.650 39.250 #1 Florida 9.750 9.850 9.925 9.950 39.375 #5 LSU 9.875 9.950 9.925 9.875 39.625 #1 Oklahoma 9.875 9.900 9.300 9.850 38.925 #3 Alabama 9.925 9.250 9.850 9.750 38.775 #8 Auburn 9.925 9.575 9.750 9.600 38.850 at 7UCLA/16Stan 10.000 9.925 9.825 -- -- at #5 Utah 9.925 9.925 9.900 -- -- SEC Championship 9.900 9.725 9.850 -- -- NCAA Regional 9.900 9.825 9.825 9.800 39.350 NCAA Semifinals 9.900 9.950 9.800 9.7625 39.4125 NCAASuper Six 9.850 9.7875 9.8625 9.725 39.225 Average 9.8766 9.8211 9.7398 9.7702 39.149 RQS 9.925 9.920 9.890 9.795 39.300 Season High 10.000 9.950 9.925 9.950 39.625 Hayley Sanders Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- 9.700 -- -- -- at #16 Arkansas -- -- -- -- -- #24 Stanford -- -- -- -- -- at #15 Missouri -- 9.25(ex) -- -- -- at #23 Kentucky -- 9.725(ex)-- -- -- #1 Florida -- -- -- -- -- #5 LSU -- -- -- -- -- #1 Oklahoma -- -- -- -- -- #3 Alabama -- -- -- -- -- #8 Auburn -- -- -- -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stan -- -- -- -- -- at #5 Utah -- -- -- -- -- SEC Championship -- -- -- -- -- NCAA Regional -- -- -- -- -- NCAA Semifinals -- -- -- -- -- NCAA Super Six -- -- -- -- -- Average -- 9.700 -- -- -- Reg.Season RQS -- -- -- -- -- Season High -- 9.700 -- -- -- Rachel Schick Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan -- 9.250 9.150 -- -- at #16 Arkansas -- 9.825 9.825 -- -- #24 Stanford -- 9.875 9.350 -- -- at #15 Missouri -- 9.800 9.625 -- -- at #23 Kentucky -- 9.325 -- -- -- #1 Florida -- 9.850 -- -- --

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#5 LSU #1 Oklahoma #3 Alabama #8 Auburn at 7UCLA/16Stan at #5 Utah SEC Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Semifinals NCAA Super Six Average Reg.Season RQS Season High

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9.750 -- 9.875 -- 9.800 -- 9.925 -- 9.800 -- 9.775 -- 9.900 -- 9.850 -- 9.875 9.8375 9.8625 9.8375 9.7711 9.6042 9.855 -- 9.925 9.8375

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Sydney Snead Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.875 9.900 -- 9.825 -- at #16 Arkansas 9.850 9.200 -- 9.775 -- #24 Stanford 9.825 9.825 -- 9.850 -- at #15 Missouri 9.875 9.800 -- 9.800 -- at #23 Kentucky 9.650 9.875 -- 9.850 -- #1 Florida 9.825 9.900 -- 9.875 -- #5 LSU 9.900 9.825 -- 9.700 -- #1 Oklahoma 9.850 9.875 -- 9.850 -- #3 Alabama 9.875 9.850 -- 9.825 -- #8 Auburn 9.825 9.850 -- 9.875 -- at 7UCLA/16Stan 9.875 9.800 -- 9.750 -- at #5 Utah 9.900 9.775 -- 9.850 -- SEC Championship 9.825 9.850 -- 9.775 -- NCAA Regional -- -- -- -- -- NCAA Semifinals 9.800 9.800 -- -- -- NCAA Super Six 9.850 9.8125 -- -- -- Average 9.8533 9.7958 -- 9.8154 -- Reg.Season RQS 9.880 9.870 -- 9.850 -- Season High 9.900 9.900 -- 9.875 -- Natalie Vaculik Meet Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around at #7 Michigan 9.800 9.775 -- -- -- at #16 Arkansas 9.825 9.850 -- -- -- #24 Stanford 9.775 9.825 -- -- -- at #15 Missouri 9.675 9.875 -- -- -- at #23 Kentucky 9.650 9.850 9.775 -- -- #1 Florida 9.725 9.775 9.275 -- -- #5 LSU 9.700 9.775 9.825 -- -- #1 Oklahoma 9.800 9.850 9.850 -- -- #3 Alabama -- 9.200 9.200 -- -- #8 Auburn -- 9.875 9.750 -- -- at 7UCLA/16Stan -- 9.700 9.850 -- -- at #5 Utah -- 9.200 9.725 -- -- SEC Championship -- 9.825 9.850 -- -- NCAA Regional -- 9.825 9.100 -- -- NCAA Semifinals -- 9.8375 -- -- -- NCAA Super Six -- 9.825 -- -- -- Average 9.7438 9.7414 9.620 -- -- RQS 9.755 9.850 9.810 -- -- Season High 9.825 9.875 9.850 -- --

A strong 2016 season ended in the Super Six.


Georgia Gymdogs History There are many words that could be used to describe the Gymdogs at the University of Georgia. Without question the one constant word that has earmarked the program is success. Seventy-two gymnasts have earned 377 All-American awards, and Georgia gymnasts have won 42 individual NCAA titles. Georgia leads the country in number of NCAA individual titles. In collegiate gymnastics, no program boasts more excellence, consistency and rich tradition over a span of a quarter century than Georgia, and the woman behind the success was Suzanne Yoculan. Twenty-five years, ten NCAA Championships, 16 SEC Championships, 40 individual titles, 72 All-Americans and an absolute plethora of rabid gymnastics fans later, it appears that the Gymdogs have...well more than accomplished the lofty goals which Suzanne Yoculan set for the program in 1984. In her first season, Yoculan led Georgia to its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Championships, which resulted in a modest ninth place finish. But it was only the beginning. Three years later in Salt Lake City, the Gymdogs stood atop the awards stand as NCAA Champions. Two years after that in Athens, Ga., the Gymdogs had their second national championship, winning it in front of the hometown fans and holding off top-seeded UCLA by a margin of .05. And four years later in 1993, Georgia won the NCAA’s with arguably the greatest team ever. At the 1993 NCAAs in Corvallis, Ore., Georgia became the first collegiate team to score a 198.0, a feat that would not be accomplished again for another three years. Five years later in Los Angeles the Gymdogs would once again emphatically make their mark on the collegiate gymnastics world, winning their fourth NCAA Championship by the largest margin of victory in more than ten years and finishing the year with an unblemished mark of 35-0. Not to be outdone, the 1999 team would continue the standard of excellence set forth by its predecessors, but not without a little bit of drama. The 1999 Gymdogs won the program’s fifth title and like the 1993 and ‘98 teams before them, did it by going undefeated at 32-0. In 2005, not many could have predicted the run the Gymdogs made to their sixth national title. Georgia lost four consecutive meets during the year and nearly missed qualifying to nationals with a disastrous regional meet that included four falls on the balance beam. But the team did qualify, and entered the NCAA Championships seeded 12th out of 12 teams. When the Gymdogs left Auburn, Ala., they walked out as champions. One word says it all when discussing Georgia’s national championship run of 2006: domination. At the conclusion of the regular season the Gymdogs were the top ranked team on every event, something Georgia had not accomplished since 1998. The 2006 Gymdogs won the program’s seventh national title and recorded an undefeated record of 36-0 for the fourth undefeated season in the program’s history. No other team has done it once. Georgia captured its third consecutive NCAA national title and eighth overall by defeating the field in Utah’s Huntsman Center in 2007 with a 197.850. It was the fourth-highest score of any national champion since the Super Six format was implemented in 1993. The Gymdogs did it despite losing two of their top gymnasts to season-ending injuries. The Gymdogs once again proved to be the best team in the country as they won their fourth straight national title with a 197.450 at Stegeman Coliseum in 2008. It was the fourth time the NCAAs were held in Athens and Georgia’s second time winning at home. UGA concluded the year with a 31-2 record, winning all three postseason titles -- SECs, Regionals and NCAAs. The Georgia gymnastics team found the perfect way to send Coach Yoculan into retirement in 2009: winning another NCAA title. The Gymdogs claimed the program’s 10th national title to become the first team to reach double figures. Georgia also won its fifth straight

title to close the career of its venerable coach in style. Senior Courtney Kupets, who won her third all-around title, paced the Gymdogs with a career-best four-event score of 39.9. Kupets had 10.0s on bars and vault as well as 9.95s on beam and floor. After winning her fifth straight national title in 2009 and 10th overall, Yoculan retired and worked the next four years as a color analyst for ESPN’s nationally televised college gymnastics meets. She served as an analyst A championship display honoring Suzanne Yoculan and the Georgia gymnastics program for the NCAA Championwas unveiled on the Stegeman Coliseum concourse in October 2015. ships when ESPN began broadcasting the event in speaker, traveling throughout the country to convey 2012. She also served as a color analyst for SEC meets her experiences in eating disorders among female televised by CSS. athletes, fitness, sports promotion, personal motivation No other program in the country maintained the and leadership. Most of all, she is asked to speak level of success in 26 years that Yoculan produced about developing team chemistry and its importance in during her tenure in Athens. She guided Georgia to an accomplishing success. NCAA-best 10 national championships (including the Yoculan did a weekly TV show during the season, last five in a row), 16 Southeastern Conference titles which discussed past meets and gives news and and 22 NCAA Regional crowns. Yoculan’s teams placed insights on several facets of Georgia gymnastics. “The in the nation’s top three in 21 of her last 22 years. Suzanne Yoculan Gymdogs Show” was broadcast Yoculan’s work was recognized by her peers as nationally on CSTV and throughout the Southeast on she was chosen as the National Coach of the Year five CSS and Fox Sports Net. She also released her first times (1987, ‘93, ‘98, 2006, ‘08) and the SEC Coach of book on collegiate gymnastics titled “Perfect 10,” the Year eight times. (1986, ‘87, ‘99, 2001, ‘02, 04, ‘08, which chronicles the history of Georgia gymnastics and ‘09). She ended her career with an overall record of college gymnastics across the nation. 834-117-7. Yoculan fostered growth and ever-increasing sup A constant throughout her 10 national champiport of the Ten-0 Club, the Georgia gymnastics booster onship seasons was a coach who knew what it took, club, which is the largest in the nation with more than someone with the experience and charisma to take a 800 members. Before the 1996 season, she initiated team to the top level and keep it there. That is what the establishment of the first renewable season ticket Yoculan provided the Georgia gymnastics program with program in the nation for a women’s collegiate team. for 26 years. More than 5,000 season tickets are sold each year In 19 of her 26 years as head coach at Georgia, now. As a step toward Georgia gymnastics’ financial Yoculan led her team to either an SEC title, an NCAA self-sufficiency, season ticket holders contribute to title or both. That means she won a championship in a scholarship endowment fund in order to retain the more than 70 percent of her tenure, not to mention same seat location every year. finish at least third in the conference, the nation or both An active member of the Athens community, all 26 years. Not many coaches in gymnastics or any Yoculan was the honorary chair for the Northeast Georsport can boast numbers like that. gia’s United Way 1998-99 campaign. In 2003 and 2005, The key to her teams’ successes, according to Yoculan and the Gymdogs teamed up with the Athens Yoculan, was developing the proper chemistry where Area Habitat for Humanity to help in the construction of all individuals understand and embrace their roles an all-women’s project. and then having proper communication among those After former Gym Dog Talya Vexler was diaginvolved. nosed with breast cancer, the team joined Athens Through the perfect balance of chemistry and Regional Medical Center to raise awareness for breast communication, Yoculan led her share of top-notch cancer and the new ARMC Breast Health Center. gymnasts through the program. There was at least one Yoculan led the drive that raised $100,000 for the new Gym Dog standing atop the podium as an individual center, which was dedicated in February of 2005. In event winner in 14 of her last 19 years. recent years, Georgia has had a “Pink Out” meet to The Gymdogs enjoyed as much success academincrease exposure of breast cancer and to continue ically as athletically under Yoculan. In 2009, seven support ARMC by raising money through auction items Gymdogs earned a place on the SEC Academic Honor like a pink scooter. Roll and two were chosen for the Academic All-Ameri Yoculan and the Gymdogs also teamed up with ca Team. Special Olympics to teach gymnastics to special-needs Yoculan claims the academic achievement is a children once a week. In November of 2001, Yoculan direct result of proper communication with the team was roasted for charity, an event that raised more than about how important academic excellence is coupled $25,000 for three worthwhile causes. She won the Atwith athletic excellence. lanta Athletic Club’s 2008 W.R. McGriff Award, which In addition to competitive success, Yoculan honors recipients who exemplify excellence in sports created a culture of mass exposure for the program. while demonstrating characteristics of an upstanding Despite the humble beginnings, she brought attention citizen and role model. Yoculan also was inducted to the Georgia gymnastics program which is virtually into the prestigious Blue Key National Honor Society unparalleled anywhere else in the country. It took more in 2008. She was inducted into the State of Georgia than good teams to increase average attendance at Sports Hall of Fame in 2010. Georgia gymnastics meets from less than 200 in 1983 In April 2014, “Sarah and Suzanne” aired as part to an average of nearly 10,000 fans per meet in 2008. of ESPN Films’ SEC Storied series. The documentary Yoculan communicated about her program chronicled the careers of Yoculan and Alabama head in almost every way imaginable. She is a dynamic

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National Championships

1987

1989

1993

1998

1999

NCAA CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONS

Record Site 38-3 Salt Lake City, Utah

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (187.900) 2. Utah (187.550) 3. UCLA (187.000) 4. Alabama (186.600) 5. Arizona State (184.000) 6. Florida (183.800)

Roster Gina Banales, Terri Eckert, Debbie Greco, Julia Klick, Paula Maheu, Susie Origer, Tanya Schuler, Michelle Sessions, Andrea Thomas, Lucy Wener, Corrinne Wright

Record Site 35-6 Athens, Ga.

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (192.650) 2. UCLA (192.600) 3. Alabama (192.100) 4. Nebraska (190.800) 5. Utah (190.200) 6. Cal State Fullerton (189.450)

Roster Missy DePaoli, Kathy Dwyer, Debbie Greco, Paula Maheu, Lynn Messer, Susie Origer, Julie Ponstein, Chris Rodis, Sophie Royce, Tanya Schuler, Andrea Thomas, Lucy Wener, Corrinne Wright

Record Site 32-0 Corvallis, Ore.

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (198.000) 2. Alabama (196.825) 3. Utah (195.825) 4. UCLA (194.925) 5. Auburn (194.725) 6. Arizona (194.075)

Roster Jennifer Carbone, Andrew Dewey, Nneka Logan, Kelly Macy, Sandy Rowlette, Hope Spivey, Courtney Snyder, Heather Stepp, Lori Strong

Record Site 35-0 Los Angeles, Calif.

Roster Brooke Andersen, Kim Arnold, Jenni Beathard, Julie Ballard, Amanda Curry, Stacey Galloway, Caroline Harris, Karin Lichey, Kristi Lichey, Sam Muhleman, Kelly Prestigiacomo, Suzanne Sears, Kathleen Shrieves, Courtney Whittle

1998

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (197.725) 2. Florida (196.350) 3. Alabama (196.300) 4. Utah (196.025) 5. UCLA (195.750) 6. Arizona State (195.450)

Record Site 32-0 Salt Lake City, Utah

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (196.850) 2. Michigan (196.550) 3. Alabama (195.950) 4. Arizona State (195.900) 5. UCLA (195.850) 6. Nebraska (194.800)

Roster Brooke Andersen, Jenni Beathard, Emily Chell, Amanda Curry, Eileen Diaz, Caroline Harris, Stacey Galloway, April Hoellman, Karin Lichey, Kristi Lichey, Danielle Maurone, Sam Muhleman, Suzanne Sears, Kathleen Shrieves, Tayla Vexler

1987

1989

1993

1999

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Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Carl Leland (asst.), Doug McAvinn (asst.)

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Doug McAvinn (asst.), Scott Bull (asst.)

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Doug McAvinn (asst.), Jay Clark (asst.), Raoul Arocho (vol.)

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Doug McAvinn (asst.), Steven Ballard (asst.), Lori Strong (vol.)

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Doug McAvinn (asst.), Jay Clark (asst.), Jackie Estes (vol.), Lori Strong (vol.)


National Championships

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

NCAA CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONS

Record Site 33-5 Auburn, Ala.

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (187.900) 2. Utah (187.550) 3. UCLA (187.000) 4. Alabama (186.600) 5. Arizona State (184.000) 6. Florida (183.800)

Roster Audrey Bowers, Nikki Childs, Adrienne Dishman, Megan Dowlen, Michelle Emmons, Kelsey Ericksen, Katie Heenan, Ashley Kupets, Courtney Pratt, Sam Sheehan, Brittany Smith, Brittany Thome

Record Site 36-0 Corvallis, Ore.

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (192.650) 2. UCLA (192.600) 3. Alabama (192.100) 4. Nebraska (190.800) 5. Utah (190.200) 6. Cal State Fullerton (189.450)

Roster Audrey Bowers, Emily Bridgers, Paige Burns, Nikki Childs, Adrienne Dishman, Megan Dowlen, Kelsey Ericksen, Katie Heenan, Ashley Kupets, Courtney Kupets, Abby Stack, Tiffany Tolnay

Record Site 31-2-1 Salt Lake City, Utah

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (198.000) 2. Alabama (196.825) 3. Utah (195.825) 4. UCLA (194.925) 5. Auburn (194.725) 6. Arizona (194.075)

Roster Audrey Bowers, Paige Burns, Nikki Childs, Adrienne Dishman, Megan Dowlen, Kelsey Ericksen, Christi Fortunato, Katie Heenan, Lauren Johnson, Ashley Kupets, Courtney Kupets, Courtney McCool, Marcia Newby, Lauren Sessler, Abby Stack, Grace Taylor, Tiffany Tolnay

Record Site 31-2 Athens, Ga.

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (197.725) 2. Florida (196.350) 3. Alabama (196.300) 4. Utah (196.025) 5. UCLA (195.750) 6. Arizona State (195.450)

Roster Audrey Bowers, Paige Burns, Nikki Childs, Megan Dowlen, Christi Fortunato, Katie Heenan, Lauren Johnson, Courtney Kupets, Hilary Mauro, Cassidy McComb, Courtney McCool, Marcia Newby, Lauren Sessler, Abby Stack, Grace Taylor, Tiffany Tolnay

Record Site 32-1 Lincoln, Neb.

Super Six Results 1. Georgia (196.850) 2. Michigan (196.550) 3. Alabama (195.950) 4. Arizona State (195.900) 5. UCLA (195.850) 6. Nebraska (194.800)

Roster Mariel Box, Paige Burns, Kat Ding, Lauren Johnson, Courtney Kupets, Hilary Mauro, Cassidy McComb, Courtney McCool, Marcia Newby, Gina Nuccio, Lauren Sessler, Abby Stack, Grace Taylor, Tiffany Tolnay

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Jay Clark (Asst.), Doug McAvinn (Asst.), Julie Clark (Vol.)

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Jay Clark (Asst.), Doug McAvinn (Asst.), Julie Clark (Vol.)

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Jay Clark (Asst.), Doug McAvinn (Asst.), Julie Clark (Vol.)

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Jay Clark (Asst.), Doug McAvinn (Asst.), Julie Clark (Vol.)

Coaches Suzanne Yoculan, Jay Clark (Asst.), Doug McAvinn (Asst.), Julie Clark (Vol.)

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NCAA Individual Champions By Individual (42 titles by 20 gymnasts) Leslie Angeles 1995 Kim Arnold 1997 1998 Jenni Beathard 1997 1998 Leah Brown 1996 1997 Kat Ding 2011 2012 Cory Fritzinger 2001 Brandie Jay 2016 Courtney Kupets 2006 2007 2009 Karin Lichey 1998 Kelly Macy 1991 Courtney McCool 2008 Brittany Rogers 2016 Suzanne Sears 2000 Agina Simpkins 1993 Hope Spivey 1991 1994 Heather Stepp 1992 1993 Lori Strong 1994 Grace Taylor 2008 Lucy Wener 1986 1987 1989 Corrinne Wright 1989

Floor All-Around All-Around, Beam Bars Beam Vault Floor Bars Bars, Floor Vault Vault All-Around, Bars, Beam All-Around, Vault All-Around, Bars, Beam, Floor Floor Bars Floor Bars Floor Bars All-Around, Vault, Floor Floor Vault Vault, Floor Bars Beam Bars Bars Bars All-Around, Floor

By Year 1986 1987 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2016

Bars Bars Bars All-Around, Floor Bars All-Around, Vault, Floor Vault Bars Vault, Floor Floor Bars Floor Vault Bars Floor All-Around All-Around, Beam Beam Floor Floor Vault All-Around, Bars, Beam All-Around, Vault Floor Beam All-Around, Bars, Beam, Floor Bars Bars, Floor Vault Bars

Lucy Wener Lucy Wener Lucy Wener Corrinne Wright Kelly Macy Hope Spivey Heather Stepp Agina Simpkins Heather Stepp Hope Spivey Lori Strong Leslie Angeles Leah Brown Jenni Beathard Leah Brown Kim Arnold Kim Arnold Jenni Beathard Karin Lichey Suzanne Sears Cory Fritzinger Courtney Kupets Courtney Kupets Courtney McCool Grace Taylor Courtney Kupets Kat Ding Kat Ding Brandie Jay Brittany Rogers

By Event All-Around (7) Kim Arnold 1987, 1998 Courtney Kupets 2006, 2007, 2009 Hope Spivey 1991 Corrinne Wright 1989 Vault (7) Leah Brown 1996 Cory Fritzinger 2001 Brandie Jay 2016 Courtney Kupets 2007 Hope Spivey 1991 Heather Stepp 1992, 1993 Bars (12) Jenni Beathard 1997 Kat Ding 2011, 2012 Courtney Kupets 2006, 2009 Kelly Macy 1991 Brittany Rogers 2016 Agina Simpkins 1993 Lori Strong 1994 Lucy Wener 1986, 1987, 1989 Beam (5) Kim Arnold 1998 Jenni Beathard 1998 Courtney Kupets 2006, 2009 Grace Taylor 2008 Floor (11) Leslie Angeles 1995 Leah Brown 1997 Kat Ding 2012 Courtney Kupets 2009 Karin Lichey 1998 Courtney McCool 2008 Suzanne Sears 2000 Hope Spivey 1991, 1994 Heather Stepp 1993 Corrinne Wright 1989

Brandie Jay (left) and Brittany Rogers (right) took NCAA crowns for vault and bars, respectively, in 2016.

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1986 • 1987 • 1991 1992 • 1993 • 1994 1996 • 1997 SEC Team Championships (16) Year Site Score 1986 Gainesville, Fla. 185.150 1987 Athens, Ga. 189.400 1991 Lexington, Ky. 194.100 1992 Baton Rouge, La. 196.400 1993 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 197.050 1994 Auburn, Ala. 196.700 1996 Lexington, Ky. 197.450 1997 Athens, Ga. 198.375 1998 Baton Rouge, La. 197.600 1999 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 197.475 2001 Birmingham, Ala. 198.000 2002 Birmingham, Ala. 197.025 2004 Duluth, Ga. 198.175 2005 Duluth, Ga. 197.250 2006 Birmingham, Ala. 197.275 2008 Duluth, Ga. 197.350 SEC All-Around Champions (17) Year Name 1984 Kathy McMinn 1986 Julie Klick 1987 Terri Eckert 1989 Lucy Wener* 1992 Heather Stepp 1994 Leah Brown 1996 Lori Strong 1997 Kim Arnold 1998 Kim Arnold 1999 Karin Lichey 2001 Cory Fritzinger 2005 Katie Heenan 2006 Kelsey Ericksen

Runner-Up Florida Florida Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Florida Florida Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama LSU Alabama Alabama Score 37.3 37.4 37.9 38.55 39.6 39.5 39.575 39.8 39.7 39.675 39.7 39.625 39.625

Brandie Jay won a share of the 2016 SEC vault title with a 9.95 at the conference championships.

SEC Championship History

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SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2007 2007 2009 2011

Courtney Kupets* Katie Heenan* Courtney Kupets Cassidy McComb

39.6 39.6 39.775 39.4

SEC Vault Champions (22) Year Name 1982 Kathy McMinn* 1986 Paula Maheu* 1987 Corrinne Wright 1992 Heather Stepp* 1992 Hope Spivey* 1992 Sandy Rowlette* 1996 Leah Brown 1997 Leah Brown* 1997 Kim Arnold* 1998 Karin Lichey 1999 Suzanne Sears* 1999 Karin Lichey* 2001 Kristi Lichey 2002 Marline Stephens* 2003 Chelsea Byrd 2006 Kelsey Ericksen 2007 Courtney Kupets 2008 Katie Heenan* 2009 Courtney Kupets* 2010 Hilary Mauro* 2014 Lauren Johnson* 2016 Brandie Jay*

Score 19.00 9.55 9.65 9.9 9.9 9.9 9.975 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 9.95 9.95 10.0 9.925 9.975 9.95 9.95 9.9 9.975 9.95

SEC Bars Champions (28) Year Name 1981 Kathy McMinn 1983 Kathy McMinn 1984 Kathy McMinn 1987 Terri Eckert 1988 Lucy Wener 1989 Lucy Wener 1990 Corrinne Wright 1991 Kelly Macy* 1991 Sandy Rowlette* 1992 Agina Simpkins 1993 Lori Strong* 1995 Andrea Dewey* 1996 Jenni Beathard 1997 Leah Brown* 1997 Karin Lichey* 1998 Karin Lichey* 1998 Jenni Beathard* 1999 Jenni Beathard 2004 Cory Fritzinger* 2006 Kelsey Ericksen* 2006 Ashley Kupets* 2007 Courtney Kupets 2008 Tiffany Tolnay* 2008 Grace Taylor* 2009 Courtney Kupets 2010 Kat Ding 2011 Kat Ding 2013 Brittany Rogers*

Score 18.35 18.85 19.10 9.75 9.80 9.80 9.85 9.85 9.85 9.95 9.95 9.90 9.925 9.95 9.95 9.95 9.95 9.95 9.95 9.90 9.90 9.925 9.95 9.95 9.975 9.925 9.925 9.95

SEC Beam Champions (17) Year Name 1987 Julie Klick 1989 Andrea Thomas 1990 Andrea Thomas 1991 Kelly Macy*

Score 9.70 9.80 9.85 9.85

1998 • 1999 • 2001 2002 • 2004 • 2005 2006 • 2008 1992 1993 1997 1997 1998 2000 2001 2004 2005 2008 2009 2013 2013

Nneka Logan* Nneka Logan Karin Lichey* Kim Arnold* Kim Arnold* Kristi Lichey Cory Fritzinger Cory Fritzinger Katie Heenan Grace Taylor* Courtney Kupets* Brittany Rogers* Shayla Worley*

SEC Floor Champions (17) Year Name 1987 Corrinne Wright 1990 Corrinne Wright 1992 Hope Spivey 1993 Hope Spivey 1994 Hope Spivey* 1996 Leslie Angeles* 1997 Leah Brown 1998 Kim Arnold 1999 Karin Lichey 2000 Suzanne Sears 2001 Suzanne Sears 2002 Marline Stephens 2003 Chelsa Byrd* 2004 Marline Stephens* 2006 Kelsey Ericksen* 2009 Courtney Kupets* 2010 Courtney McCool * tied for first

9.90 9.90 9.95 9.95 9.925 9.925 9.950 10.0 9.950 9.90 9.90 9.95 9.95 Score 9.65 9.85 10.0 10.0 10.0 9.95 9.975 10.0 9.95 9.95 9.95 9.95 9.975 10.0 9.95 9.95 9.95

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All-Americans Jamie Ackerman 2003 UB* Brooke Andersen 1999 VT* 2000 FX* Leslie Angeles 1994 AA*, BB*, FX* 1995 FX 1996 UB* 1997 FX Kim Arnold 1995 VT*, FX 1996 VT 1997 AA, VT, BB, FX 1998 AA, VT, UB, BB, FX Cassie Bair 2002 BB* 2003 BB Julie Ballard 1995 AA*, VT*, FX* 1998 FX Gina Banales 1985 UB 1986 FX 1988 VT Jenni Beathard 1996 UB 1997 UB, BB* 1998 UB, BB 1999 AA*, UB, BB Mary Beth Box 2014 BB, FX* 2015 FX 2016 FX*, BB^*, FX^* Leah Brown 1994 AA, BB, FX* 1995 AA*, VT, BB*, FX 1996 AA*, VT, BB 1997 AA, VT, UB, FX Chelsa Byrd 2001 UB* 2002 VT, UB 2003 VT, FX 2004 AA, VT, UB*, FX Lindsey Cheek 2011 VT 2012 VT 2013 VT, BB^, BB^* 2014 VT, UB, BB, VT^*, UB^, BB^* Emily Chell 1999 BB* Nikki Childs 2005 UB*, BB* 2006 UB*, BB 2008 UB Noel Couch 2011 AA*, VT*, FX* 2012 VT* 2013 FX* Amanda Curry 1998 BB* 1999 VT, BB* 2000 BB, VT* 2001 VT* Chelsea Davis 2012 UB, VT*, FX* 2013 VT, UB, UB^ 2014 UB^, UB* 2015 UB* Andrea Dewey 1992 VT 1993 UB Eileen Diaz 2000 UB* Kat Ding 2009 UB 2011 UB 2012 AA, VT, UB, FX Megan Dowlen 2007 VT Kaylan Earls 2013 BB^* 2014 BB^ Terri Eckert 1985 UB, BB 1987 FX Michelle Emmons 2005 VT*, FX Kelsey Ericksen 2004 UB* 2005 AA, UB, BB*, FX 2006 VT*, BB*, FX Monica Flammer 2000 VT Cory Fritzinger 2001 VT, BB, FX 2002 AA*, VT, UB*, BB 2004 UB, BB* Stacey Galloway 1999 BB

Katie Heenan 2005 AA, VT, UB, BB* 2006 AA*, VT*, UB 2007 AA*, UB 2008 AA, VT, UB, BB Cat Hires 2014 FX* Brandie Jay 2013 VT, VT^* 2014 VT, FX 2015 VT 2016 VT, VT^, AA^* Julie Klick 1986 BB 1987 AA, FX Ashley Kupets 2004 BB* 2005 AA, UB*, FX 2006 UB* Courtney Kupets 2006 AA, UB, BB, FX, VT* 2007 AA, VT, UB, BB, FX 2009 AA, VT, UB, BB, FX Lisa Kurc 1997 VT Karin Lichey 1996 BB 1998 AA, VT, UB, BB, FX 1999 AA, VT, UB, BB, FX Kristi Lichey 1998 BB 1999 AA, VT*, UB* 2000 AA, VT, BB, FX* 2001 AA*, UB* Nneka Logan 1992 UB, BB* 1993 FX Kelly Macy 1991 UB Paula Maheu 1986 FX Hilary Mauro 2008 BB* Cassidy McComb 2008 FX 2011 AA, FX, BB* Courtney McCool 2008 FX 2009 BB 2010 BB, FX* Kathy McMinn 1981 VT 1982 AA, VT, UB, FX 1983 AA, FX 1984 VT, UB Laura Moffatt 2012 BB* Sam Muhleman 1997 BB, FX* 1998 BB Kathy Niebel 1982 AA, VT Marcia Newby 2007 VT 2008 VT Gina Nuccio 2012 UB* Sarah Persinger 2012 FX* Chris Rodis 1989 VT 1990 UB 1991 FX 1992 FX* Brittany Rogers 2013 UB*, UB^* 2014 AA^*, UB^* 2015 UB, UB^* 2016 VT, UB, VT^, UB^ Kinsey Rowe 2003 UB* Sandy Rowlette 1991 VT, UB 1993 VT, UB, FX* Sierra Sapunar 2002 UB*, BB* Suzanne Sears 1998 FX 1999 VT* 2000 VT, FX 2001 VT, FX Kathleen Shrieves 1998 UB* 2000 UB 2001 UB Agina Simpkins 1992 AA*, BB, FX* 1993 AA, VT*, UB, BB 1994 AA, VT, UB*, BB, FX* 1995 AA, VT, UB, FX Loren Simpson 2002 UB* Brittany Smith 2003 VT 2005 VT, BB*

Hope Spivey 1991 AA, VT, UB, BB, FX 1992 AA, VT, UB*, FX 1993 VT, BB, FX 1994 FX Marline Stephens 2001 VT, FX 2002 VT Heather Stepp 1992 AA, VT, UB*, BB, FX 1993 AA*, VT, UB, FX Lori Strong 1993 UB 1994 AA, UB, BB* 1995 AA, VT*, UB, BB 1996 AA*, UB*, BB, FX* Christa Tanella 2013 UB* Grace Taylor 2007 UB*, BB 2008 UB, BB, FX* 2009 UB, BB Andrea Thomas 1987 BB 1988 BB 1989 BB Tiffany Tolnay 2006 AA, VT, BB, UB* 2007 AA, VT, UB*, FX 2008 AA, UB, BB, FX 2009 AA, VT, BB, FX Tayla Vexler 2000 BB, FX 2001 BB* 2002 FX Lucy Wener 1986 UB 1987 UB 1988 UB 1989 AA, UB, FX Shayla Worley 2012 BB* 2013 BB^, UB* Corrinne Wright 1987 AA, FX 1988 VT, FX 1989 AA, VT, UB, FX 1990 AA *Second Team ^NACGC/W Regular Season All-America

Tiffany Tolnay won four All-America honors in each of her four years as a Gymdog.

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All-Americans 1981 Kathy McMinn (VT) 1982 Kathy McMinn (AA,VT,UB,FX), Kathy Niebel (AA,VT) 1983 Kathy McMinn (AA,FX) 1984 Kathy McMinn (VT,UB) 1985 Gina Banales (UB), Terri Eckert (UB,BB) 1986 Gina Banales (FX), Julie Klick (BB), Paula Maheu (FX), Lucy Wener (UB) 1987 Terri Eckert (FX), Julie Klick (AA,FX), Andrea Thomas (BB), Lucy Wener (UB), Corrinne Wright (AA,FX) 1988 Gina Banales (VT), Andrea Thomas (BB), Lucy Wener (UB), Corrinne Wright (VT,FX) 1989 Chris Rodis (VT), Andrea Thomas (BB), Lucy Wener (AA,UB,FX), Corrinne Wright (AA,VT,UB,FX) 1990 Chris Rodis (UB), Corrinne Wright (AA) 1991 Kelly Macy (UB), Chris Rodis (FX), Sandy Rowlette (VT,UB), Hope Spivey (AA,VT,UB,BB,FX) 1992 Andrea Dewey (VT), Nneka Logan (UB,BB*), Chris Rodis (FX*), Agina Simpkins (AA*,BB,FX*), Hope Spivey (AA,VT,UB*,FX), Heather Stepp (AA,VT,UB*,BB,FX) 1993 Andrea Dewey (UB), Nneka Logan (FX), Sandy Rowlette (VT,UB,FX*), Agina Simpkins (AA,VT*,UB,BB), Hope Spivey (VT,BB,FX), Heather Stepp (AA*,VT,UB,FX), Lori Strong (UB) 1994 Leslie Angeles (AA*,BB*,FX*), Leah Brown (AA,BB,FX*), Agina Simpkins (AA,VT,UB*,BB,FX*), Hope Spivey (FX), Lori Strong (AA,UB,BB*) 1995 Leslie Angeles (FX), Kim Arnold (VT*,FX), Julie Ballard (AA*,VT*,FX*), Leah Brown (AA*,VT,BB*,FX), Agina Simpkins (AA,VT,UB,FX), Lori Strong (AA,VT*,UB,BB) 1996 Leslie Angeles (UB*), Kim Arnold (VT), Jenni Beathard (UB), Leah Brown (AA*,VT,BB), Karin Lichey (BB), Lori Strong (AA*,UB*,BB,FX*) 1997 Leslie Angeles (FX), Kim Arnold (AA,VT,BB,FX), Jenni Beathard (UB,BB*), Leah Brown (AA,VT,UB,FX), Lisa Kurc (VT), Sam Muhleman (BB,FX*)

1998 Kim Arnold (AA,VT,UB,BB,FX), Julie Ballard (FX), Jenni Beathard (UB,BB), Amanda Curry (BB*), Karin Lichey (AA,VT,UB,BB,FX), Kristi Lichey (BB), Sam Muhleman (BB), Suzanne Sears (FX), Kathleen Shrieves (UB*) 1999 Brooke Andersen (VT*), Jenni Beathard (AA*,UB,BB), Emily Chell (BB*), Amanda Curry (VT,BB*), Stacey Galloway (BB), Karin Lichey (AA,VT,UB,BB,FX), Kristi Lichey (AA,VT*,UB*),Suzanne Sears (VT*) 2000 Brooke Andersen (FX*), Amanda Curry (BB,VT*), Eileen Diaz (UB*), Monica Flammer (VT), Kristi Lichey (AA,VT,BB,FX*), Suzanne Sears (VT,FX), Kathleen Shrieves (UB), Talya Vexler (BB,FX) 2001 Chelsa Byrd (UB*), Amanda Curry (VT*), Cory Fritzinger (VT,BB,FX), Kristi Lichey (AA*,UB*), Suzanne Sears (VT,FX), Kathleen Shrieves (UB), Marline Stephens (VT,FX), Talya Vexler (BB*) 2002 Cassie Bair (BB*), Chelsa Byrd (VT,UB), Cory Fritzinger (AA*,VT,UB*, BB), Sierra Sapunar (UB*,BB*), Loren Simpson (UB*), Marline Stephens (VT), Talya Vexler (FX) 2003 Jamie Ackerman (UB*), Cassie Bair (BB), Chelsa Byrd (VT,FX), Kinsey Rowe (UB*), Brittany Smith (VT)

2011 Lindsey Cheek (VT), Noel Couch (AA*, VT*, FX*), Kat Ding (UB), Cassidy McComb (AA, FX, BB*) 2012 Lindsey Cheek (VT), Noel Couch (VT*), Chelsea Davis (UB, VT*, FX*), Kat Ding (AA, VT, UB, FX), Laura Moffatt (BB*), Gina Nuccio (UB*), Sarah Persinger (FX*), Shayla Worley (BB*) 2013 Lindsey Cheek (VT, BB*, BB^*), Noel Couch (FX*), Chelsea Davis (VT, UB, UB^), Kaylan Earls (BB^*), Brandie Jay (VT, VT^*), Brittany Rogers (UB*, UB^*), Christa Tanella (UB*), Shayla Worley (BB^, UB*) 2014 Mary Beth Box (BB, FX*) Lindsey Cheek (VT, UB, BB, VT^*, UB^, BB^*) Chelsea Davis (UB^, UB*), Kaylan Earls (BB^), Cat Hires (FX*), Brandie Jay (VT, FX), Brittany Rogers (AA^*, UB^*) 2015 Mary Beth Box (FX), Brandie Jay (VT), Brittany Rogers (UB, UB^*), Chelsea Davis (UB*) 2016 Mary Beth Box (FX*,BB^*, FX^*), Brandie Jay (VT, VT^*, AA^*), Brittany Rogers (VT, UB, VT^, UB^) *Second Team ^NACGC/W Regular Season All-America

2004 Chelsa Byrd (AA,VT,FX,UB*), Kelsey Ericksen (UB*), Cory Fritzinger (UB,BB*), Ashley Kupets (BB*) 2005 Nikki Childs (BB*,UB*), Michelle Emmons (VT*,FX), Kelsey Ericksen (AA,UB,BB*,FX), Katie Heenan (AA,VT,UB,BB*), Ashley Kupets (AA,UB*,FX), Brittany Smith (VT,BB*) 2006 Nikki Childs (BB,UB*), Kelsey Ericksen (VT*,BB*,FX), Katie Heenan (AA*,VT*,UB), Ashley Kupets (UB*), Courtney Kupets (AA,VT*,UB,BB,FX), Tiffany Tolnay (AA,VT,UB*,BB) 2007 Megan Dowlen (VT), Katie Heenan (AA*,UB), Courtney Kupets (AA,VT,UB,BB,FX), Marcia Newby (VT), Grace Taylor (UB*,BB), Tiffany Tolnay (AA,VT,UB*,FX) 2008 Nikki Childs (UB), Katie Heenan (AA, VT, UB, BB), Hilary Mauro (BB*), Cassidy McComb (FX), Courtney McCool (FX), Marcia Newby (VT), Grace Taylor (UB, BB,FX*), Tiffany Tolnay (AA, UB, BB, FX) 2009 Kat Ding (UB), Courtney Kupets (AA,VT,UB,BB,FX), Courtney McCool (BB), Grace Taylor (BB,UB), Tiffany Tolnay (AA,VT,BB,FX)

Mary Beth Box completed her collegiate career as a six-time All-American after walking on to the Gymdogs as a freshman.

2010 Courtney McCool (BB, FX*)

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Awards and Honors SEC Gymnast of the Year (7) 1993 Heather Stepp 1994 Hope Spivey 1998 Kim Arnold 1999 Karin Lichey 2003 Chelsa Byrd 2007 Katie Heenan 2009 Courtney Kupets

2016

*Second Team **Freshman Team ^First Team and Freshman Team Honda Award Winners (9) 1989 Lucy Wener 1991 Hope Spivey 1992 Heather Stepp 1997 Kim Arnold 1998 Kim Arnold 1999 Karin Lichey 2007 Courtney Kupets 2008 Katie Heenan 2009 Courtney Kupets

SEC Freshman of the Year (8) 1991 Kelly Macy 1992 Agina Simpkins 1995 Julie Ballard 1996 Karin Lichey 2001 Cory Fritzinger 2004 Kelsey Ericksen 2006 Courtney Kupets 2008 Cassidy McComb SEC Coach of the Year (8) 1986 Suzanne Yoculan 1987 Suzanne Yoculan 1998 Suzanne Yoculan 2001 Suzanne Yoculan 2002 Suzanne Yoculan 2004 Suzanne Yoculan 2008 Suzanne Yoculan 2009 Suzanne Yoculan All-SEC (118 honors by 58 gymnasts) 1981 Kathy McMinn 1982 Kathy McMinn, Kathy Neibel 1983 Kathy McMinn 1984 Terri Eckert, Kathy McMinn 1985 Terri Eckert 1986 Terri Eckert, Julie Klick, Paula Maheu 1987 Terri Eckert 1988 Lucy Wener 1989 Lucy Wener, Corrinne Wright 1990 Corrinne Wright, Jennifer Carbone 1991 Kelly Macy, Sandy Rowlette 1992 Heather Stepp, Hope Spivey, Agina Simpkins, Nneka Logan, Sandy Rowlette 1993 Nneka Logan, Agina Simpkins, Heather Stepp, Hope Spivey, Lori Strong 1994 Leah Brown, Agina Simpkins, Hope Spivey 1995 Kim Arnold, Andrea Dewey 1996 Leslie Angeles, Leah Brown, Jenni Beathard, Lori Strong 1997 Kim Arnold, Leah Brown, Karin Lichey 1998 Kim Arnold, Jenni Beathard, Karin Lichey 1999 Jenni Beathard, Karin Lichey, Kristi Lichey, Suzanne Sears 2000 Kristi Lichey, Suzanne Sears, Talya Vexler 2001 Cory Fritzinger, Kristi Lichey, Suzanne Sears, Kathleen Shrieves, Marline Stephens, Chelsa Byrd 2002 Marline Stephens, Cory Fritzinger, Chelsa Byrd*, Sierra Sapunar*, Talya Vexler* 2003 Kinsey Rowe, Chelsa Byrd, Cassie Bair*, Brittany Smith*, Cory Fritzinger*, Ashley Miller* 2004 Cory Fritzinger, Chelsa Byrd, Marline Stephens, Kelsey Ericksen*, Brittany Smith* 2005 Katie Heenan, Ashley Kupets, Nikki Childs*, Michelle Emmons*, Kelsey Ericksen* 2006 Kelsey Ericksen, Courtney Kupets, Katie Heenan*, Tiffany Tolnay* 2007 Katie Heenan, Courtney Kupets, Tiffany Tolnay* 2008 Katie Heenan, Grace Taylor, Tiffany Tolnay,Courtney McCool* 2009 Courtney Kupets, Grace Taylor*, Kat Ding** 2010 Hilary Mauro, Kat Ding, Courtney McCool, Marcia Newby*, Grace Taylor* 2011 Kat Ding, Cassidy McComb, Noel Couch*, Hilary Mauro*, Gina Nuccio* 2012 Kat Ding* 2013 Brittany Rogers^, Shayla Worley 2014 Kiera Brown^, Lindsey Cheek, Chelsea Davis, Lauren Johnson^ 2015 Mary Beth Box, Gigi Marino^ Brittany Rogers, Rachel Schick,

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Natalie Vaculik** Mary Beth Box, Brandie Jay, Brittany Rogers, Rachel Schick, Sydney Snead**

Honda Broderick Cup (1) 2009 Courtney Kupets AAI American Award (3) 1998 Kim Arnold 1999 Jenni Beathard 2009 Courtney Kupets UGA Circle of Honor (9) 2000 Lucy Wener 2005 Corrinne Wright 2006 Heather Stepp 2007 Hope Spivey 2009 Kim Arnold 2013 Karin Lichey 2014 Lori Strong 2015 Suzanne Yoculan 2016 Leah Brown NCAA Top VIII Award (2) 2010 Courtney Kupets 2011 Marcia Newby National Coach of the Year (5) 1987 Suzanne Yoculan 1993 Suzanne Yoculan 1999 Suzanne Yoculan 2006 Suzanne Yoculan 2008 Suzanne Yoculan National Assistant Coach of the Year (2) 1999 Doug McAvinn 2006 Jay Clark

Team MVP 1983 Kathy McMinn 1984 Terri Eckert 1985 Jodi Thompson 1986 Julie Klick 1987 Lucy Wener 1988 Paula Maheu 1989 Corrinne Wright 1990 Heather Stepp 1991 Hope Spivey 1992 Heather Stepp 1993 Agina Simpkins 1994 Lori Strong 1995 Lori Strong 1996 Leah Brown 1997 Kim Arnold, Leah Brown 1998 Kim Arnold, Karin Lichey 1999 Karin Lichey 2000 Amanda Curry 2001 Kristi Lichey 2002 Cassie Bair 2003 Chelsa Byrd 2004 Chelsa Byrd 2004* Cory Fritzinger (career MVP awarded in 2004) 2005 Katie Heenan 2006 Courtney Kupets 2007 Katie Heenan 2008 Tiffany Tolnay 2009 Courtney Kupets 2010 Cassidy McComb 2011 Cassidy McComb 2012 Noel Couch

2013 2014 2015 2016

Brandie Jay Lindsey Cheek Ashlyn Broussard Brittany Rogers

McMinn Award for Competitve Consistency 1985 Jodi Thompson 1986 Paula Maheu 1987 Tanya Schuler 1988 Andrea Thomas 1989 Lucy Wener 1990 Chris Rodis 1991 Heather Stepp 1992 Andrea Dewey 1993 Agina Simpkins 1994 Hope Spivey 1995 Julie Ballard 1996 Lori Strong 1997 Kim Arnold 1998 Sam Muhleman 1999 Sam Muhleman 2000 Kristi Lichey 2001 Kristi Lichey 2002 Marline Stephens 2003 Chelsa Byrd 2004 Brittany Smith 2005 Ashley Kupets 2006 Courtney Kupets 2007 Katie Heenan 2008 Katie Heenan 2009 Courtney Kupets 2010 Noel Couch 2011 Hilary Mauro 2012 Kat Ding 2013 Chelsea Davis 2014 Kaylan Earls, Brandie Jay 2015 Chelsea Davis 2016 Mary Beth Box Sam Sheehan Spirit Award 2006 Audrey Bowers 2007 Abby Stack 2008 Christi Fortunato 2009 Abby Stack 2010 Courtney McCool 2011 Cassidy McComb, Laura Moffatt 2012 Bekah Bennetts 2013 Christa Tanella 2014 Demetria Hunte 2015 Mary Beth Box 2016 Jasmine Arnold NCAA Silver Anniversary Award 2009 Kathy McMinn Suzanne Yoculan “No Dream Too Big” Award 2010 Marcia Newby 2011 Cassidy McComb 2012 Kat Ding 2013 Shayla Worley 2014 Cat Hires 2015 Chelsea Davis 2016 Brandie Jay Blue Key Tucker Dorsey Scholar 2012 Noel Couch Distinguished Alumni Award 2012 Leah Brown 2013 Jenni Beathard 2014 Kathy Dwyer 2015 Emily Bridgers 2016 Caroline Harris Ward Coaches Award 2006 Brittany Smith 2007 Adrienne Dishman, Ashley Kupets, Kelsey Ericksen 2008 Courtney Kupets 2009 Marcia Newby 2010 Courtney McCool 2011 Noel Couch 2012 Kat Ding


Awards and Honors NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships (8) 1984 Kathy McMinn 1989 Paula Maheu 1993 Jennifer Carbone 1999 Jenni Beathard 2004 Kinsey Rowe 2009 Courtney Kupets 2010 Grace Taylor 2013 Noel Couch SEC Postgraduate Scholarships (3) 1993 Jennifer Carbone 2009 Courtney Kupets 2013 Shayla Worley Academic All-America CoSIDA First Team (7) 1984 Kathy McMinn 1992 Jennifer Carbone 2007 Courtney Kupets 2009 Courtney Kupets, Grace Taylor 2010 Grace Taylor 2012 Kat Ding CoSIDA Second Team (4) 1991 Jennifer Carbone 1993 Jennifer Carbone 2008 Courtney Kupets, Grace Taylor NACGC/W First Team (111 honors by 53 gymnasts) 1984 Kathy McMinn 1989 Melissa DePaoli, Julie Ponstein, Debbie Greco 1990 Jennifer Carbone, Melissa DePaoli, Julie Ponstein 1991 Jennifer Carbone, Julie Ponstein 1996 Lisa Kurc 1997 Kim Arnold, Leah Brown, Lisa Kurc, Courtney Whittle 1998 Kim Arnold, Julie Ballard, Jenni Beathard, Amanda Curry, Courtney Whittle 1999 Jenni Beathard, Amanda Curry, Danielle Maurone 2000 Amanda Curry, Suzanne Sears 2001 Amanda Curry, Kinsey Rowe, Sierra Sapunar Breanne Rutherford, Suzanne Sears 2002 Anna Gingrich, Kinsey Rowe, Sierra Sapunar, Breanne Rutherford 2003 Anna Gingrich, Kinsey Rowe, Marline Stephens, Sierra Sapunar 2004 Laura Thornsberry, Kinsey Rowe, Sierra Sapunar, Kelsey Ericksen, Marline Stephens 2005 Adrienne Dishman, Michelle Emmons, Courtney Pratt, Jamie Ackerman, Kelsey Ericksen 2006 Courtney Kupets, Adrienne Dishman, Paige Burns 2007 Audrey Bowers, Adrienne Dishman, Kelsey Ericksen, Christi Fortunato, Katie Heenan, Lauren Johnson, Grace Taylor, Courtney Kupets, Marcia Newby, Lauren Sessler 2008 Audrey Bowers, Paige Burns, Christi Fortunato, Katie Heenan, Lauren Johnson, Courtney Kupets, Marcia Newby, Lauren Sessler, Sam Sheehan, Grace Taylor 2009 Lauren Johnson, Courtney Kupets, Marcia Newby, Lauren Sessler, Grace Taylor 2010 Noel Couch, Kat Ding, Lauren Johnson, Marcia Newby, Lauren Sessler, Grace Taylor, Shayla Worley 2011 Bekah Bennetts, Noel Couch, Kat Ding, Shayla Worley 2012 Bekah Bennetts, Kati Breazeal, Noel Couch, Kat Ding, Laura Moffatt, Camille Pfister, Shayla Worley 2013 Noel Couch, Demetria Hunte, Christa Tanella, Anysia Unick, Shayla Worley 2014 Lindsey Cheek, Cat Hires, Demetria Hunte, Whitney Kirby, Rachel Schick, Anysia Unick 2015 Chelsea Davis, Demetria Hunte,

2016

Lauren Johnson, Gigi Marino, Hayley Sanders, Rachel Schick, Anysia Unick Mary Beth Box, Gracie Cherrey, Lauren Johnson, Gigi Marino, Hayley Sanders

SEC Honor Roll (187 honors by 86 gymnasts) 1984 Kathy McMinn, Laurie Reiff 1985 Terri Eckert, Laurie Jones, Laurie Reiff, Jodi Thompson 1986 Terri Eckert, Susie Origer, Michelle Sessions 1987 Terri Eckert, Debbie Greco, Paula Maheu, Susie Origer, Michelle Sessions 1988 Debbie Greco, Paula Maheu 1989 Debbie Greco, Paula Maheu, Tanya Schuler 1990 Melissa DePaoli, Kathy Dwyer, Julie Ponstein, Chris Rodis, Andrea Thomas, Corrinne Wright 1991 Jennifer Carbone, Julie Ponstein, Chris Rodis 1992 Jennifer Carbone, Kelly Macy, Chris Rodis, Sandy Rowlette 1993 Jennifer Carbone, Sandy Rowlette, Nneka Logan, Kelly Macy, Agina Simpkins 1994 Nneka Logan, Kelly Macy, Courtney Snyder, Lori Strong 1995 Leah Brown, Lisa Kurc, Nneka Logan, Lori Strong 1996 Leslie Angeles, Kim Arnold, Julie Ballard, Leah Brown, Lisa Kurc, Lori Strong 1997 Leslie Angeles, Kim Arnold, Jenni Beathard, Leah Brown, Lisa Kurc 1998 Brooke Andersen, Kim Arnold, Julie Ballard, Jenni Beathard, Sam Muhleman 1999 Brooke Andersen, Jenni Beathard, Amanda Curry, Caroline Harris, Karin Lichey, Sam Muhleman, Suzanne Sears, Kathleen Shrieves 2000 Brooke Andersen, Amanda Curry, Danielle Maurone, Suzanne Sears, Kathleen Shrieves, Talya Vexler 2001 Amanda Curry, Anna Gingrich, Suzanne Sears, Danielle Maurone, Kathleen Shrieves 2002 Amanda Curry, Danielle Maurone, Breanne Rutherford, Suzanne Sears, Kathleen Shrieves 2003 Loren Simpson, Sierra Sapunar, Marline Stephens, Michelle Emmons, Kinsey Rowe, Breanne Rutherford 2004 Jamie Ackerman, Chelsa Byrd, Sierra Sapunar, Michelle Emmons, Kinsey Rowe, Marline Stephens 2005 Adrienne Dishman, Michelle Emmons, Kelsey Ericksen, Katie Heenan, Ashley Kupets, Courtney Pratt, Brittany Thome 2006 Audrey Bowers, Kelsey Ericksen, Ashley Kupets, Adrienne Dishman, Nikki Childs, Katie Heenan 2007 Audrey Bowers, Paige Burns, Nikki Childs, Adrienne Dishman, Kelsey Ericksen, Katie Heenan, Courtney Kupets, Abby Stack, Tiffany Tolnay 2008 Audrey Bowers, Paige Burns, Nikki Childs, Megan Dowlen,Christi Fortunato, Abby Stack, Katie Heenan, Lauren Johnson, Courtney Kupets, Marcia Newby, Lauren Sessler, Grace Taylor, Tiffany Tolnay 2009 Paige Burns, Lauren Johnson, Courtney Kupets, Marcia Newby, Lauren Sessler, Abby Stack, Grace Taylor 2010 Mariel Box, Kat Ding, Lauren Johnson, Marcia Newby, Gina Nuccio, Lauren Sessler, Grace Taylor, Amber Trani 2011 Mariel Box, Gina Nuccio, Noel Couch, Kat Ding, Kati Breazeal, Christa Tanella, Shayla Worley 2012 Bekah Bennetts, Mariel Box, Kati Breazeal, Noel Couch, Kat Ding, Cat Hires, Laura Moffatt, Gina Nuccio, Christa Tanella, Shayla Worley 2013 Kati Breazeal, Lindsey Cheek, Noel Couch, Chelsea Davis, Cat Hires, Whitney Kirby, Sarah Persinger, Christa Tanella, Shayla Worley 2014 Mary Beth Box, Lindsey Cheek, Chelsea Davis, Cat Hires, Demetria Hunte, Whitney Kirby, Anysia Unick 2015 Mary Beth Box, Chelsea Davis, Demetria Hunte, Brandie Jay, Lauren Johnson, Sarah Persinger, Rachel Schick

2016

Mary Beth Box, Ashlyn Broussard, Brandie Jay, Lauren Johnson, Gigi Marino, Beth Roberts, Hayley Sanders, Rachel Schick

Marilyn Vincent Award 1984 Kathy McMinn 1985 Laurie Reiff 1993 Jennifer Carbone 2009 Courtney Kupets Scholar-Athlete Award 1984 Kathy McMinn 1985 Terri Eckert 1986 Paula Maheu 1987 Terri Eckert 1988 Debbie Greco 1989 Julie Ponstein 1990 Jennifer Carbone 1991 Jennifer Carbone 1992 Jennifer Carbone 1993 Jennifer Carbone 1994 Lisa Kurc 1995 Lori Strong 1996 Lisa Kurc 1997 Courtney Whittle 1998 Kim Arnold 1999 Jenni Beathard 2000 Suzanne Sears 2001 Sierra Sapunar 2002 Kinsey Rowe 2003 Sierra Sapunar 2004 Sierra Sapunar 2005 Adrienne Dishman 2006 Adrienne Dishman 2007 Courtney Kupets 2008 Grace Taylor 2009 Courtney Kupets 2010 Grace Taylor 2011 Shayla Worley 2012 Camille Pfister, Shayla Worley 2013 Noel Couch 2014 Whitney Kirby 2015 Demetria Hunte 2016 Gracie Cherrey Sixth Man Award 2013 Anysia Unick 2014 Anysia Unick Olympians (11 times by 9 gymnasts) 1984 Lucy Wener (alternate) 1984 Andrea Thomas 1988 Hope Spivey 1988 Lori Strong 1992 Stacey Galloway (alternate) 1992 Lori Strong 1996 Eileen Diaz 2004 Courtney Kupets 2004 Courtney McCool 2012 Brittany Rogers 2016 Brittany Rogers

USA Canada USA Canada Canada Canada Puerto Rico USA USA Canada Canada

Brittany Rogers joined Lori Strong as the only Gymdogs to compete in two Olympic Games.

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Year-By-Year Records, Series Results Year Coach Record NCAA Regional NCAA Championships 1973 Melinda Airhart 4-2 n/a n/a 1974 Melinda Airhart 3-2 n/a n/a 1975 Melinda Airhart 6-5 n/a n/a 1976 Melinda Airhart 5-2 n/a n/a 1977 Elizabeth Long 6-3 n/a n/a 1978 Elizabeth Long 14-2 n/a n/a 1979 Elizabeth Long 11-1 n/a n/a 1980 Terri Ritchie 8-4 n/a n/a 1981 Rick Walton 13-7 n/a n/a 1982 Rick Walton 19-10 n/a n/a 1983 Rick Walton 13-14 4th n/a 1984 Suzanne Yoculan 25-13 2nd 9th 1985 Suzanne Yoculan 31-17 2nd 7th 1986 Suzanne Yoculan 31-8 1st 4th 1987 Suzanne Yoculan 38-3 2nd 1st 1988 Suzanne Yoculan 35-8-1 1st 5th 1989 Suzanne Yoculan 35-6 1st 1st 1990 Suzanne Yoculan 38-6 1st 3rd 1991 Suzanne Yoculan 31-5 1st 3rd 1992 Suzanne Yoculan 34-1 1st 2nd 1993 Suzanne Yoculan 32-0 1st 1st 1994 Suzanne Yoculan 28-2 1st 3rd 1995 Suzanne Yoculan 28-8 1st 5th 1996 Suzanne Yoculan 30-3-1 1st T3rd 1997 Suzanne Yoculan 30-3-1 2nd 3rd 1998 Suzanne Yoculan 35-0 1st 1st 1999 Suzanne Yoculan 32-0 1st 1st 2000 Suzanne Yoculan 30-5-1 1st 3rd 2001 Suzanne Yoculan 33-3-1 1st 2nd 2002 Suzanne Yoculan 33-4-1 T1st 2nd 2003 Suzanne Yoculan 31-6 1st 3rd 2004 Suzanne Yoculan 30-6 1st 2nd 2005 Suzanne Yoculan 33-5 2nd 1st 2006 Suzanne Yoculan 36-0 1st 1st 2007 Suzanne Yoculan 31-2-1 1st 1st 2008 Suzanne Yoculan 31-2 1st 1st 2009 Suzanne Yoculan 32-1 1st 1st 2010 Jay Clark 13-8-1 T2nd n/a 2011 Jay Clark 18-11-1 2nd T9th 2012 Jay Clark 18-9-0 1st 11th 2013 Danna Durante 20-16-1 1st 6th 2014 Danna Durante 19-14 2nd 5th 2015 Danna Durante 14-14 1st 9th 2016 Danna Durante 15-20 2nd 6th

High Score Avg. Score VT Avg. UB Avg. BB Avg. FX Avg. Opp. Avg. 76.650 70.958 n/a n/a n/a n/a 60.112 74.500 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 83.400 78.100 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 87.160 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 78.683 118.950 114.483 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 136.400 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 135.100 130.350 n/a n/a n/a n/a 119.000 138.450 134.185 n/a n/a n/a n/a 128.217 138.750 133.180 n/a n/a n/a n/a 130.588 143.700 140.380 n/a n/a n/a n/a 138.317 179.250 176.386 n/a n/a n/a n/a 175.862 184.850 176.754 44.861 43.704 43.829 44.361 175.371 185.900 181.518 n/a n/a n/a n/a 176.834 187.650 185.136 46.600 46.636 45.661 46.239 180.049 191.500 187.454 n/a n/a n/a n/a 181.074 189.850 188.050 47.317 47.137 46.700 46.897 184.410 193.200 189.825 47.264 47.696 47.367 47.500 186.396 193.350 190.438 47.573 47.905 47.248 47.711 186.890 194.500 193.033 48.054 48.485 48.050 48.444 189.109 196.900 195.088 48.929 48.781 48.444 48.935 189.353 198.000 196.296 49.277 49.129 48.700 49.190 192.416 196.775 195.646 49.348 48.956 48.325 49.017 192.483 197.625 196.140 49.433 48.885 48.737 49.087 193.551 197.800 196.571 49.546 49.171 48.880 48.973 192.742 198.475 197.088 49.559 49.280 48.929 49.320 194.194 198.575 197.034 49.203 49.407 49.034 49.389 193.901 198.375 196.768 49.230 49.232 49.100 49.207 194.804 197.550 196.557 49.260 49.088 48.908 49.300 194.855 198.000 196.980 49.295 49.236 49.027 49.422 195.309 197.900 196.711 49.184 49.108 49.150 49.269 195.472 197.875 197.023 49.334 49.127 49.177 49.386 195.478 198.175 197.257 49.387 49.248 49.225 49.397 196.030 197.825 196.294 49.198 49.027 48.842 49.227 195.310 197.750 196.942 49.348 49.216 49.061 49.317 195.127 198.000 197.228 49.388 49.335 49.262 49.243 195.574 197.900 197.217 49.259 49.364 49.219 49.375 195.956 198.200 197.065 49.315 49.360 49.188 49.202 195.646 197.900 196.411 49.135 49.138 49.063 49.075 195.851 196.750 196.220 49.146 49.148 48.977 48.948 195.115 197.700 196.838 49.273 49.268 49.080 49.216 195.936 197.800 196.789 49.317 49.333 49.041 49.098 196.418 197.650 197.005 49.338 49.483 49.058 49.125 196.302 197.450 196.438 49.221 49.271 48.816 49.129 196.425 197.525 196.524 49.277 49.188 48.802 49.276 196.670

All-Time Series Records Team Air Force Alabama Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Athens College Auburn Boise State Bowling Green BYU Cal State Fullerton California Central Michigan Centenary Clemson Colorado Denver Duke East Carolina East Tenn. State Eastern Kentucky

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W L T 3 0 0 80 59 2 3 0 0 17 1 0 14 7 0 30 2 1 0 3 0 77 7 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 26 0 0 4 5 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 15 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0

Team Florida Furman George Washington Georgia College Houston Baptist Illinois State Illinois Chicago Illinois Indiana State Iowa Iowa State IUP Jacksonville State James Madison Jefferson State Kent State Kentucky Louisville LSU Maryland UMass Memphis

W L T 89 53 1 4 0 0 12 0 0 11 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 10 0 0 1 0 0 8 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 80 0 1 1 3 0 69 28 2 25 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0

Team Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Missouri NC State Nebraska New Hampshire North Carolina Northern Illinois Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Oregon State Peabody College Penn State Pittsburgh Queens College Radford Rutgers South Carolina Southern California

W L T 41 10 0 5 0 0 10 0 0 12 2 0 39 0 0 35 2 0 2 0 0 18 1 0 1 0 0 19 4 0 18 12 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 18 3 1 1 0 0 27 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 1 1 0

Team W L T Southern Illinois 2 0 0 Southern Utah 1 0 0 Stanford 22 5 1 Temple 1 0 0 Tennessee 2 0 0 Texas 1 0 0 Texas A&M 1 0 0 Towson 13 0 0 UCLA 38 18 0 Utah 27 23 1 Utah State 8 0 0 Washington 6 1 0 Washington State 1 0 0 West Virginia 28 1 0 Western Carolina 3 0 0 William & Mary 2 0 0 Winona State 1 0 0 Wisconsin 2 0 0 Wisconsin-Stout 1 0 0 Total 1,054 261 10


1/13 at Jacksonville St. L 136.400 136.950 1973 Florida W 125.700 4-2 • Head Coach: Melinda Airhart W 132.450 120.000 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/21 AUBURN SOUTH CAROLINA W 116.450 1/12 FLORIDA W 72.23 54.42 1/28 ALABAMA W 134.750 113.000 1/19 at Georgia College W 76.65 72.74 APPALACHIAN ST. W 117.900 2/3 at Athens College L 59.40 71.50 2/4 LSU L 128.750 132.050 Memphis State W 52.90 at Florida W n/a Peabody College W 34.00 2/10 NORTH CAROLINA W 132.250 122.200 GEORGIA COLLEGE L 74.55 75.11 2/11 LSU W 136.200 135.400 GAIAW 2ND 74.55 2/17 at Jefferson State W 135.600 121.500 GAIAW Meet: Athens, Ga. 2/24 East Carolina W 133.300 109.300 Duke W 83.400 1974 at Western Carolina W 81.200 3-2 • Head Coach: Melinda Airhart 1st 134.800 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 3/1 GAIAW 3/3 CLEMSON W 96.300 N/A 1/18 GEORGIA COLLEGE W N/A N/A 3/11 Region Championship 1st 134.800 1/26 at Florida L 69.75 86.80 3/31 AIAW Nationals 14th 133.300 2/8 FURMAN W 72.70 47.80 2/23 ATHENS COLLEGE L 70.75 80.90 1979 SOUTH CAROLINA W 55.70 11-1 • Head Coach: Elizabeth Long 3/1 GAIAW 1st 74.50 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent GAIAW Meet: Milledgeville, Ga. 12/1 at Appalachian St. W 123.500 117.850 1/13 Eastern Kentucky L 129.050 132.050 1975 at Louisville W 126.350 6-5 • Head Coach: Melinda Airhart Indiana State W 125.000 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/20 FLORIDA W 129.550 112.350 1/18 at Georgia College L 79.25 86.40 WESTERN CAROLINA W 97.650 Alabama W 62.30 1/27 at Alabama W 134.450 121.100 1/31 FLORIDA L 78.15 88.19 2/2 JACKSONVILLE ST. W 130.800 128.200 FURMAN W 51.21 2/9 MEMPHIS STATE W 131.500 118.300 2/7 at Furman W 77.35 61.50 2/16 at Auburn W 132.000 124.700 Queens College W n/a Texas A&M W 115.650 2/8 at South Carolina W 71.80 71.20 2/24 JEFFERSON ST. W 129.950 108.800 North Carolina W n/a 3/16 Region Championship 1st 135.100 2/15 Auburn L 77.00 85.00 3/29 AIAW Nationals 13th 131.600 at Athens College L 82.00 Louisville L 79.00 Region Championships: Jacksonville, Ala. AIAW Nationals: University Park, Pa. 3/1 GAIAW 2nd 79.75 84.15

Year-By-Year Results Kentucky W 125.250 2/28 FURMAN W 136.900 99.350 3/20 AIAW Region III 3rd 136.200 at Florida L 145.250 Alabama L 138.250 Jacksonville St. W 135.150 Auburn W 129.200 SEC Championship: Baton Rouge, La. AIAW Region Championships: Gainesville, Fla.

1982 19-10 • Head Coach: Rick Walton

Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 12/6 MEMPHIS STATE W 138.050 124.600 1/15 at Jacksonville St. W 139.150 137.900 1/23 ALABAMA W 140.250 140.050 E. KENTUCKY W 128.750 GEORGIA COLLEGE W 125.000 2/7 AUBURN W 139.800 131.500 2/13 at Florida L 135.700 145.650 2/19-20 SEC Championship 4th 142.050 Florida L 145.600 at Alabama L 144.550 LSU L 144.150 Kentucky W 135.000 Auburn W 134.950 2/28 at LSU L 140.100 144.500 3/5 NC STATE W 143.700 131.450 3/19-20 AIAW Region III 3rd 143.700 FLORIDA L 144.850 ALABAMA L 143.900 AUBURN W 139.400 JACKSONVILLE ST. W 136.750 4/2-3 AIAW Nationals 4th 141.300 Florida L 143.900 Alabama L 142.850 West Virginia L 141.400 Ohio State W 141.050 BYU W 140.950 3/7 Region Championship 5th 83.40 1980 Minnesota W 140.650 Region Championship: Summitt, Miss. 8-4 • Head Coach: Terri Ritchie Oklahoma State W 138.800 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent Utah State W 137.450 1976 1/3 EAST CAROLINA W 129.800 114.150 Oral Roberts W 136.950 5-2 • Head Coach: Melinda Airhart L 132.000 140.400 Washington State W 134.400 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/12 at LSU 1/19 COLORADO W 131.000 128.300 Southern Illinois W 134.250 1/23 SOUTH CAROLINA W 83.12 73.91 JEFFERSON ST. W 111.000 SEC Championship: Tuscaloosa, Ala. ALABAMA W 67.24 1/26 at Jacksonville St. L 136.050 138.550 AIAW Region Championships: Athens, Ga. 1/31 at Florida L 82.21 95.22 2/8 LOUISVILLE L 131.200 135.050 AIAW National Championships: Memphis, Tenn. East Tennessee W 79.06 ALABAMA W 128.200 2/14 AUBURN W 87.16 80.56 2/16 at Florida L 138.300 143.850 1983 TENNESSEE W 62.89 2/23 at Memphis W 134.000 126.800 13-14 • Head Coach: Rick Walton 2/21 LSU L 84.00 91.90 2/29 EASTERN KY. W 134.750 124.950 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent GAIAW 2nd 79.75 3/8 AUBURN W 136.300 126.800 12/3 LSU L 174.000 177.200 GAIAW Meet: Milledgeville, Ga. SOUTH CAROLINA W 120.550 1/22 JACKSONVILLE ST. W 176.600 163.100 3/12 AIAW Region 2nd 138.450 GEORGIA COLLEGE W 152.700 1977 AIAW Region Championships: Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1/29 at Pittsburgh W 172.250 167.100 6-3 • Head Coach: Elizabeth Long 2/4-5 at Alabama L 178.250 181.750 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1981 Ohio State W 175.200 1/8 at Alabama W 118.560 109.200 13-7 • Head Coach: Rick Walton Nebraska W 174.350 1/15 TENNESSEE W 116.950 90.450 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent Maryland W 169.550 1/22 Appalachian State W 112.900 103.950 1/10 at Auburn W 121.700 117.500 2/12 FLORIDA L 177.900 181.000 at South Carolina W 94.250 1/16 JACKSONVILLE ST. W 130.000 125.450 2/18-19 SEC Championship 4th 175.100 1/29 FLORIDA L 118.700 112.250 1/23 at E. Kentucky L 134.400 137.100 at Florida L 181.950 WESTERN CAROLINA W 100.500 1/24 at Louisville L 132.500 138.300 Alabama L 181.750 2/5 at Auburn L 110.050 114.850 Texas W 128.050 LSU L 176.700 2/19 EAST TENNESSEE W 114.500 93.000 1/30 AIR FORCE W 132.500 125.050 Kentucky W 170.500 2/26 at North Carolina L 110.740 n/a 2/6 at N.C. State W 134.050 124.400 2/25-26 Arizona State L 175.000 185.050 3/5 GAIAW 2nd 118.950 2/13 at Alabama L 138.750 141.450 Utah L 183.400 3/12 AIAW Region III 5th 109.000 North Carolina W 135.750 at Oregon State L 180.550 GAIAW: Milledgeville, Ga. Georgia College W 125.650 Southern Cal L 176.200 2/20-21 SEC Championship 3rd 135.050 Nebraska W 169.000 at LSU L 141.100 Michigan W 167.330 1978 Florida L 139.900 3/10 at Alabama L 178.65 185.400 14-2 • Head Coach: Elizabeth Long W 134.150 Missouri W 177.050 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent Alabama Auburn W 125.450 3/12 at Memphis State W 176.650 165.650 12/3 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO W 127.600 123.500

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Year-By-Year Results 3/25 NCAA Regional 4th 179.250 Alabama L 184.750 at Florida L 184.650 LSU L 182.650 Oklahoma W 178.800 Oklahoma State W 174.950 SEC Championship: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla.

Maryland W 178.650 BYU W 176.650 Southern Cal W 171.150 2/17 at Arizona State L 180.100 186.400 Oklahoma L 183.600 Ohio State L 182.000 2/22 SEC Championship 3rd 181.800 Florida L 185.650 at Alabama L 183.850 1984 LSU W 180.500 25-13 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan Kentucky W 173.450 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent Auburn W 158.900 12/4 Alabama L 178.300 178.700 3/1 NORTH CAROLINA W 185.400 178.050 12/10 at Jacksonville St. W 180.000 177.850 RADFORD W 170.650 1/8 WISCONSIN-STOUT W 175.200 113.850 GEORGIA COLLEGE W 164.250 1/13 MINNESOTA W 178.450 173.250 NC STATE W 131.550 1/19 at Ohio State L 175.950 179.300 3/4 PENN STATE W 185.800 179.600 1/21 at Missouri W 176.950 176.800 3/9 Radford W 177.350 173.850 Winona State W 176.950 170.850 at Auburn W 169.350 1/29 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS W 180.150 167.550 3/22 at Florida L 181.550 188.350 NC STATE W 172.100 3/30 NCAA Regional 2nd 182.600 GEORGIA COLLEGE W 154.750 FLORIDA L 186.950 2/3-4 at Alabama W 181.700 181.450 KENTUCKY W 167.500 Ohio State W 177.900 WEST VIRGINIA W 176.800 Oklahoma W 177.450 NORTH CAROLINA W 176.150 Nebraska W 174.750 MARYLAND W 170.300 Maryland W 174.100 4/14 NCAA Championships 7th 180.000 2/11 at Florida L 145.250 188.700 at Utah L 188.350 2/17-18 SEC Championship 2nd 177.050 Arizona State L 186.600 at Florida L 184.150 Florida L 184.300 Alabama W 175.900 Alabama L 184.050 LSU W 173.200 Cal St. Fullerton L 183.500 Kentucky W 165.350 Oregon State L 183.150 Auburn W 161.550 Ohio State W 179.750 2/23 PITTSBURGH W 181.250 177.400 Penn State W 179.000 KENTUCKY W 181.250 169.550 Oklahoma W 177.400 3/9 AUBURN W 184.850 162.000 SEC Championship: Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/23-24 NCAA Regional 2nd 181.850 NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. at Florida L 187.950 NCAA Championships: Salt Lake City, Utah West Virginia W 174.350 NC State W 174.200 1986 North Carolina W 173.600 31-8 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan Maryland W 172.000 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 4/4-7 NCAA Championships 9th 177.600 1/10 ILLINOIS STATE W 185.550 167.300 Utah L 186.050 1/17 ALABAMA W 185.450 183.700 at UCLA L 185.550 1/26 FLORIDA W 186.250 183.550 Cal St. Fullerton L 183.900 2/3 NEBRASKA W 185.250 179.700 Arizona State L 183.650 MINNESOTA W 179.300 Florida L 182.200 2/7 at Alabama L 183.050 185.400 Alabama L 180.800 Illinois State W 173.700 Penn State L 179.450 Maryland W 172.900 Washington L 178.550 2/9 LSU W 187.650 184.600 Arizona W 176.900 2/22 SEC Championship 1st 185.150 SEC Championship: Gainesville, Fla. at Florida W 184.100 NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla. Alabama W 183.750 NCAA Championships: Los Angeles, Calif. LSU W 176.600 Kentucky W 175.950 1985 Auburn W 171.400 31-17 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 2/28 California W 180.600 179.800 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent at Stanford W 178.050 12/8 at Alabama L 180.800 182.500 Michigan W 167.950 1/5 at NC State W 174.900 141.850 3/2 at Cal St. Fullerton L 182.250 186.800 1/13 OHIO STATE W 183.550 178.100 Penn State L 182.400 1/15 MISSOURI W 185.900 174.500 3/7 MARYLAND W 186.950 177.600 1/18 Oklahoma W 178.150 174.800 AUBURN W 174.800 at Nebraska W 172.900 N.C. STATE W 173.600 2/1 at Alabama L 185.000 186.250 RADFORD W 170.050 Ohio State W 181.800 3/15 at Penn State L 186.050 187.400 Oklahoma W 180.600 3/22 at Florida L 185.450 188.100 Maryland W 174.300 4/5 NCAA Regional 1st 186.800 2/3 JACKSONVILLE ST. W 178.400 171.650 Florida W 185.400 2/8 ALABAMA W 182.750 181.950 North Carolina W 180.650 2/15 at Arizona L 180.850 183.500 Kentucky W 180.400 Oklahoma L 183.350 Maryland W 179.500 Ohio State W 179.750 at West Virginia W 178.400

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4/18 NCAA Championships 4th 185.450 Utah L 186.950 Arizona State L 186.700 Alabama L 186.350 Cal St. Fullerton W 185.000 Penn State W 182.700 UCLA W 181.700 at Florida W 181.300 LSU W 180.550 Ohio State W 177.800 SEC Championship: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Regional: Morgantown, W.Va. NCAA Championships: Gainesville, Fla.

1987

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

38-3 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan

Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/16 at Ohio State L 183.800 184.150 1/23 RADFORD W 187.200 165.900 1/30 ALABAMA W 186.050 184.550 2/6 at LSU L 186.350 187.100 2/12 OKLAHOMA W 185.000 182.550 2/14 at Alabama W 188.200 186.850 Oklahoma W 183.450 Minnesota W 180.450 2/22 at Auburn W 189.600 182.850 Kentucky W 180.900 James Madison W 169.700 2/27 FLORIDA W 185.800 184.400 CALIFORNIA W 170.800 GEORGIA COLLEGE W 165.600 3/8 PENN STATE W 191.550 183.750 MARYLAND W 181.600 AUBURN W 180.250 NORTH CAROLINA W 179.000 3/15 at Alabama W 189.350 189.050 3/28 SEC Championship 1st 189.400 FLORIDA W 185.650 ALABAMA W 185.300 LSU W 185.450 AUBURN W 181.400 KENTUCKY W 180.950 4/11 NCAA Regional 2nd 186.700 at Florida L 187.900 West Virginia W 182.300 Maryland W 181.800 Kentucky W 180.050 William & Mary W 174.350 Towson W 173.150 4/24-25 NCAA Championships 1st 187.900 at Utah W 187.550 UCLA W 187.000 Alabama W 186.600 Arizona State W 184.000 Florida W 183.800 LSU W 181.500 Ohio State W 180.200 Washington W 179.850 Nebraska W 179.500 Arizona W 179.450 Oregon State W 174.500 SEC Championship: Athens, Ga. NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Championships: Salt Lake City, Utah

1988 35-8-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan Date Meet 1/17 Ohio State at Kentucky 1/22 AUBURN 1/30 Nebraska at Oklahoma 2/4 LSU 2/6 at Alabama

W/L UGA Opponent W 187.050 182.250 W 180.400 W 189.050 179.800 W 186.500 186.100 W 184.700 W 184.000 183.500 T 188.950 188.950


Year-By-Year Results

Utah W 186.850 Wisconsin W 180.150 Minnesota W 177.300 2/12 OHIO STATE W 188.800 184.750 GEORGIA COLLEGE W 173.600 2/21 KENTUCKY W 188.400 180.650 2/24 at Penn State W 186.700 185.350 2/27 LSU L 189.450 190.900 at Maryland W 185.850 NC State W 178.650 3/6 ALABAMA W 189.850 189.350 ARIZONA W 188.200 NC STATE W 176.600 3/12 UCLA L 189.150 189.550 3/26 SEC Championship 2nd 189.200 at Alabama L 190.150 Florida W 188.850 LSU W 187.400 Kentucky W 183.400 Auburn W 183.200 3/30 at Florida L 187.050 190.150 4/1 NCAA Regional 1st 189.800 at Florida W 189.100 Towson W 184.000 Kentucky W 183.450 Maryland W 181.400 West Virginia W 181.000 North Carolina W 178.000 4/14 NCAA Championships 5th 186.800 Alabama L 190.050 at Utah L 189.500 UCLA L 188.800 LSU L 187.900 Florida W 186.650 Oregon State W 186.500 Arizona State W 185.100 Arizona W 184.000 Nebraska W 183.550 Penn State W 179.700 Michigan State W 178.800 SEC Championship: Tuscaloosa, Ala. NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Championships: Salt Lake City, Utah

Towson W 185.050 at Kentucky W 182.800 NC State W 182.300 West Virginia W 181.550 4/14 NCAA Championships 1st 192.650 UCLA W 192.600 ALABAMA W 192.100 NEBRASKA W 190.800 UTAH W 190.200 CAL ST. FULLERTON W 189.450 ARIZONA STATE W 187.900 OREGON STATE W 187.900 OKLAHOMA W 187.050 FLORIDA W 187.000 ARIZONA W 186.500 OHIO STATE W 186.400 SEC Championship: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Regional: Lexington, Ky. NCAA Championships: Athens, Ga.

1991 31-5 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan

Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/13 UCLA W 192.350 188.600 1/18 at Arizona State W 190.500 189.000 Washington W 182.350 1/25 UTAH L 193.500 193.550 2/2 ALABAMA L 191.800 192.750 LSU W 190.100 2/15 at LSU W 192.550 192.100 2/24 FLORIDA W 194.500 191.400 3/2 PENN STATE W 194.450 189.600 BYU W 188.500 KENTUCKY W 188.500 GEORGIA COLLEGE W 178.050 3/9 at Utah L 193.250 194.650 3/11 at BYU W 191.750 190.450 3/23 SEC Championship 1st 194.100 Alabama W 194.050 LSU W 192.400 1990 Florida W 191.300 38-6 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan Auburn W 189.250 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent at Kentucky W 186.000 1/13 Ohio State W 188.050 181.150 4/6 NCAA Regional 1st 194.275 at West Virginia W 179.250 FLORIDA W 191.175 Wisconsin W 178.800 WEST VIRGINIA W 189.775 IUP W 175.500 TOWSON W 187.300 1/20 AUBURN W 189.850 182.100 NORTH CAROLINA W 185.825 1/26 at Arizona W 188.250 187.400 GEORGE WASHINGTON W 185.525 Cal St. Fullerton W 186.750 MARYLAND W 183.900 Oregon State W 186.300 4/19 NCAA Championships 3rd 193.375 1/29 at BYU W 187.000 186.800 at Alabama L 195.125 2/4 OHIO STATE W 189.050 182.200 Utah L 194.375 2/10 at Alabama L 190.850 191.750 Oregon State W 192.350 Florida W 185.650 Penn State W 190.950 2/16 at Florida L 188.650 188.700 Florida W 189.700 2/18 LSU W 191.150 189.600 LSU W 188.600 3/3 UTAH STATE W 191.750 186.900 BYU W 187.700 KENTUCKY W 185.400 Arizona State W 187.650 BYU W 185.200 Auburn W 187.650 WEST VIRGINIA W 184.050 Arizona W 187.475 NORTH CAROLINA W 177.500 Utah State W 185.950 3/10 UCLA W 192.550 191.350 SEC Championship: Lexington, Ky. 3/17 at Penn State W 190.550 188.700 NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. 1989 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Kent State W 190.550 178.950 NCAA Championships: Tuscaloosa, Ala. 35-6 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 3/24 SEC Championship 3rd 191.850 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent ALABAMA L 193.550 1992 1/20 at Ohio State W 187.500 184.900 LSU L 192.050 34-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan Michigan State W 179.950 AUBURN W 188.150 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent Bowling Green W 175.950 FLORIDA W 188.000 1/12 at Penn State W 192.900 188.400 1/28 ARIZONA STATE W 188.650 185.900 KENTUCKY W 186.300 1/19 LSU W 193.350 184.650 2/3 at LSU W 189.200 188.900 4/7 NCAA Regional 1st 193.350 1/25 at UCLA W 194.000 189.600 Houston Baptist W 181.250 at Florida W 190.425 2/1 BYU W 196.900 188.200 2/10 at Auburn W 186.300 183.650 Kentucky W 188.825 ILLINOIS W 183.950 2/13 CAL ST. FULLERTON L 189.050 189.600 Towson W 188.775 2/14 at Florida W 194.800 192.700 BYU W 184.900 West Virginia W 186.850 Iowa State W 185.350 GEORGIA COLLEGE W 177.200 William & Mary W 184.450 2/16 KENTUCKY W 194.450 187.600 2/18 at UCLA L 187.500 190.950 NC State W 183.275 2/22 at Alabama W 195.350 194.800 Cal St. Fullerton L 188.200 4/20 NCAA Championships 3rd 193.225 2/29 MICHIGAN W 196.000 189.300 Arizona State L 188.150 Utah L 194.900 WEST VIRGINIA W 185.600 Stanford W 183.650 Alabama L 194.575 3/11 at Auburn W 195.100 189.850 2/20 Utah State W 190.500 187.400 UCLA W 193.100 3/14 ALABAMA W 195.700 194.000 3/5 ALABAMA W 191.000 187.850 Nebraska W 192.225 3/28 SEC Championship 1st 196.400 NEBRASKA W 187.600 LSU W 192.100 Alabama W 194.500 PENN STATE W 181.550 at Oregon State W 189.950 Auburn W 191.350 3/18 SEC Championship 3rd 190.400 Cal St. Fullerton W 189.700 Florida W 189.600 at Florida L 191.500 Towson W 187.975 at LSU W 188.650 Alabama L 191.050 Florida W 187.175 Kentucky W 185.950 LSU W 187.900 Arizona W 187.175 4/11 NCAA Regional 1st 196.550 Auburn W 185.050 Ohio State W 183.650 at Florida W 191.475 Kentucky W 182.650 SEC Championship: Athens, Ga. Towson W 189.075 3/25 FLORIDA W 191.950 189.750 NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla. George Washington W 186.875 4/1 NCAA Regional 1st 193.200 NCAA Championships: Corvallis, Ore. Kentucky W 185.075 Florida W 191.050 West Virginia W 184.975 Maryland W 186.150 NC State W 183.550

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Year-By-Year Results 4/25 NCAA Championships 2nd 194.600 Utah L 195.650 Alabama W 193.350 Penn State W 192.775 Arizona W 191.950 Oregon State W 191.375 Arizona State W 191.025 California W 190.725 UCLA W 189.825 Stanford W 189.100 Florida W 188.725 BYU W 187.775 SEC Championship: Baton Rouge, La. NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Championships: St. Paul, Minn.

at Auburn W 192.700 Kentucky W 189.750 4/9 NCAA Regional 1st 196.775 Florida W 192.500 NC State W 191.175 Kentucky W 190.825 Towson W 190.575 George Washington W 189.650 at West Virginia W 188.325 4/21 NCAA Prelims 1st 196.300 UCLA W 193.700 Michigan W 193.475 BYU W 192.325 Washington W 190.525 New Hampshire W 188.450 4/22 NCAA Super Six 3rd 195.850 1993 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS at Utah L 196.400 32-0 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan Alabama L 196.350 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent Michigan W 195.150 1/10 AUBURN W 195.950 189.600 UCLA W 194.975 1/15 at BYU W 195.200 190.900 Florida W 194.850 1/22 ALABAMA W 195.650 193.100 SEC Championship: Auburn, Ala. 1/29 at LSU W 194.900 190.800 NCAA Regional: Morgantown, W.Va. 2/6 at Kentucky W 195.950 190.600 NCAA Championships: Salt Lake City, Utah 2/12 FLORIDA W 196.100 191.050 2/20 BYU W 194.850 192.550 1995 2/26 at Alabama W 196.750 195.900 28-8 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 3/6 PENN STATE W 197.550 193.150 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent WEST VIRGINIA W 188.250 1/16 #13 BYU W 195.750 190.575 UMASS W 186.550 1/20 at #18 Kentucky W 193.800 192.275 3/20 SEC Championship 1st 197.050 1/28 AUBURN W 196.350 190.075 at Alabama W 196.050 2/3 at BYU W 194.175 190.375 Auburn W 193.200 Utah L 196.025 LSU W 192.900 2/12 #3 ALABAMA W 196.200 194.825 Florida W 192.100 2/17 at #4 LSU W 197.050 196.175 Kentucky W 189.350 2/24 #5 MICHIGAN W 197.300 196.450 4/3 NCAA Regional 1st 197.500 #7 FLORIDA W 192.925 FLORIDA W 194.300 3/4 at #3 Alabama L 195.225 197.200 NC STATE W 191.000 3/12 #7 UCLA W 197.625 196.475 KENTUCKY W 190.800 #15 NEBRASKA W 193.250 TOWSON W 190.500 CALIFORNIA W 191.825 WEST VIRGINIA W 190.025 #10 PENN STATE W 191.550 GEORGE WASHINGTON W 189.350 UMASS W 190.525 4/15 NCAA Prelims 1st 196.400 3/25 SEC Championship 3rd 195.875 Alabama W 195.275 #2 Alabama L 196.175 UCLA W 194.125 #5 LSU L 196.125 at Oregon State W 193.425 at #6 Florida W 195.650 Michigan W 193.125 Kentucky W 191.975 Florida W 192.950 Auburn W 190.675 4/16 NCAA Super Six 1st 198.000 4/8 NCAA Regional 1st 197.575 Alabama W 196.825 #6 Florida W 195.700 Utah W 195.825 West Virginia W 193.325 UCLA W 194.925 Kentucky W 192.000 Auburn W 194.725 NC State W 191.600 Arizona W 194.075 at Towson W 190.125 SEC Championship: Tuscaloosa, Ala. George Washington W 188.025 NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. 4/20 NCAA Prelims 1st 196.825 NCAA Championships: Corvallis, Ore. #4 MICHIGAN W 195.700 #2 UTAH W 195.325 1994 #5 LSU W 193.025 28-2 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan NEBRASKA W 191.750 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent WEST VIRGINIA W 189.650 1/16 at #12 Penn State W 192.125 190.375 4/21 NCAA Super Six 5th 196.075 1/22 at #5 Florida W 194.025 193.325 #2 UTAH L 196.650 1/28 #8 LSU W 195.350 191.975 #3 ALABAMA L 196.425 2/5 at #2 Alabama W 195.275 194.000 #4 MICHIGAN L 196.425 2/11 #6 UCLA W 195.725 194.525 #7 UCLA L 196.150 2/19 KENTUCKY W 196.700 190.350 #9 OREGON STATE W 194.850 2/26 at #14 Auburn W 196.450 188.275 SEC Championship: Gainesville, Fla. 3/5 #10 BYU W 196.725 192.775 NCAA Regional: Towson, Md. 3/12 ALABAMA W 196.650 193.750 NCAA Championships: Athens, Ga. 3/26 SEC Championship 1st 196.700 Alabama W 195.175 LSU W 194.150 Florida W 194.125

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1996 30-3-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan

Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/12 at #9 Florida W 192.675 192.650 1/20 Sunshine Fest 1st 195.400 #6 LSU W 189.025 #16 West Virginia W 188.600 #17 Kentucky W 188.525 1/27 LSU W 195.875 161.925 2/2 #1 ALABAMA W 197.425 196.125 2/10 at Auburn W 197.200 192.600 2/10 vs. Illinois State W 187.425 2/17 STANFORD W 197.800 192.900 2/23 KENTUCKY W 197.525 193.525 3/1 at #2 Alabama L 196.675 197.550 3/9 at #7 Michigan W 196.850 196.425 3/16 #13 MICHIGAN ST. W 197.000 194.600 3/29 SEC Championship 1st 197.450 #2 Alabama W 196.950 #5 Florida W 195.650 at Kentucky W 195.250 LSU W 193.150 Auburn W 191.150 4/13 NCAA Regional 1st 196.950 at #5 Florida W 195.375 Kentucky W 193.925 Towson W 192.650 West Virginia W 191.875 NC State W 191.875 Maryland W 189.900 4/25 NCAA Prelims 1st 196.400 #9 UCLA W 195.300 #3 Michigan W 193.975 Nebraska W 193.950 Penn State W 192.700 #7 BYU W 192.500 4/26 NCAA Super Six T-3rd 196.775 at #2 Alabama L 198.025 #9 UCLA L 197.475 #4 Utah T 196.775 #6 Oregon State W 196.525 #3 Michigan W 196.375 Sunshine Fest: Nassau, Bahamas SEC Championships: Lexington, Ky. NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Championships: Tuscaloosa, Ala.

1997 30-3-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan Date Meet 1/10 at #11 Stanford 1/12 at #1 UCLA 1/19 #12 FLORIDA 1/24 at #8 LSU 2/1 at #3 Alabama 2/7 AUBURN SOUTHERN UTAH 2/14 at #18 Kentucky Illinois 2/21 #14 BYU NC STATE 2/28 #2 ALABAMA 3/8 #4 MICHIGAN 3/22 SEC Championship #10 FLORIDA #5 LSU #4 ALABAMA KENTUCKY AUBURN 4/13 NCAA Regional #10 Florida #9 West Virginia #19 NC State at #23 Kentucky #25 Towson

W/L UGA Opponent W 195.025 191.400 W 196.950 195.725 W 197.150 193.000 T 196.425 196.425 W 196.525 196.350 W 197.550 190.775 W 188.600 W 197.675 193.175 W 190.850 W 197.800 193.125 W 188.600 W 197.875 196.600 W 198.475 196.225 1st 198.375 W 196.050 W 196.025 W 195.775 W 195.075 W 192.550 2nd 195.725 L 195.750 W 193.150 W 192.900 W 192.875 W 192.850


Year-By-Year Results George Washington W 189.575 4/17 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.075 #6 UCLA W 196.425 #8 Nebraska W 196.025 #2 Utah W 196.025 Penn State W 194.300 #5 LSU W 193.825 4/18 NCAA Super Six 3rd 196.600 #6 UCLA L 197.150 #7 Arizona State L 196.850 #3 Michigan W 196.500 at #10 Florida W 196.425 #8 Nebraska W 195.250 SEC Championship: Athens, Ga. NCAA Regional: Lexington, Ky. NCAA Championships: Gainesville, Fla.

3/5 #22 Kentucky W 197.075 195.275 3/20 #23 NC STATE W 198.375 193.600 GEORGE WASHINGTON W 191.400 3/27 SEC Championship 1st 197.475 at #2 Alabama W 196.775 #11 Florida W 195.875 #5 LSU W 195.375 #21 Kentucky W 194.875 Auburn W 194.000 4/10 NCAA Regional 1st 197.375 #11 Florida W 195.225 at #18 Utah State W 194.575 #17 Denver W 194.200 #15 Minnesota W 194.200 #16 Iowa State W 194.175 4/22 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.025 #4 Michigan W 196.575 1998 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS #8 Nebraska W 196.225 35-0 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan at #3 Utah W 195.475 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #6 Penn State W 194.775 1/9 #1 UCLA W 195.675 194.025 #11 Florida W 194.000 1/17 at #5 Alabama W 196.550 195.650 4/23 NCAA Super Six 1st 196.850 1/23 at #9 Florida W 196.175 195.150 #4 Michigan W 196.550 1/25 #17 MICHIGAN W 196.950 194.150 #2 Alabama W 195.950 #25 ARIZONA W 193.650 #7 Arizona State W 195.900 1/31 AT N.C. STATE W 196.325 192.700 #12 UCLA W 195.850 2/6 #15 LSU W 196.600 194.150 #8 Nebraska W 194.800 DENVER W 190.250 SEC Championship: Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2/14 #3 ALABAMA W 197.900 196.500 NCAA Regional: Logan, Utah 2/21 at Auburn W 196.825 192.950 NCAA Championships: Salt Lake City, Utah Northern Illinois W 191.325 Radford W 183.275 2000 2/28 at #6 Michigan W 196.950 196.250 30-5-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 3/7 #16 KENTUCKY W 196.800 186.775 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 3/21 SEC Championship 1st 197.600 1/8 Super Six Challenge 2nd 195.400 #5 Florida W 196.725 #2 ALABAMA L 195.750 at #8 LSU W 196.450 #4 MICHIGAN W 194.925 #3 Alabama W 195.400 #6 NEBRASKA W 193.325 #24 Kentucky W 193.600 #3 UCLA W 193.225 Auburn W 192.425 #9 FLORIDA W 193.025 4/4 NCAA Regional 1st 198.575 1/14 at #11 Florida W 194.950 191.975 #4 FLORIDA W 197.075 1/23 #10 LSU W 196.375 196.225 #20 NC STATE W 195.125 1/28 #2 ALABAMA W 197.175 197.050 #6 WEST VIRGINIA W 194.800 2/4 KENTUCKY W 196.675 191.225 #24 KENTUCKY W 192.150 #11 DENVER W 194.575 GEORGE WASHINGTON W 191.150 2/6 at #14 N.C. State W 196.575 193.450 MARYLAND W 190.100 2/11 at #3 Michigan W 196.725 195.700 4/16 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.825 2/19 #3 MICHIGAN W 197.550 196.800 #4 Alabama W 196.475 2/25 at Auburn W 196.425 192.100 #9 Arizona State W 195.450 3/4 at #4 Alabama L 195.850 196.500 #2 Michigan W 195.425 3/11 #14 WASHINGTON W 197.525 194.525 #20 NC State W 194.125 3/18 SEC Championship T-2nd 196.825 #11 BYU W 193.400 #4 Alabama L 197.200 4/17 NCAA Super Six 1st 197.725 #7 LSU T 196.825 #4 Florida W 196.350 at #16 Florida W 195.775 #4 Alabama W 196.300 Kentucky W 194.650 #3 Utah W 196.025 Auburn W 192.500 at #13 UCLA W 195.750 4/1 NCAA Regional 1st 196.725 #9 Arizona State W 195.450 #11 BYU W 194.700 SEC Championship: Baton Rouge, La. #23 TOWSON W 194.325 NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. #17 MARYLAND W 193.775 NCAA Championships: Los Angeles, Calif. NC STATE W 193.475 GEORGE WASHINGTON W 191.650 1999 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 4/13 NCAA Prelims 1st 196.775 32-0 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan #4 Utah W 196.125 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #6 Alabama W 196.075 1/8 at #8 Washington W 193.375 190.950 #7 LSU W 194.950 1/10 at #3 UCLA W 195.800 193.500 #21 Oregon State W 194.750 1/16 #2 ALABAMA W 196.450 195.725 #11 BYU W 194.500 1/22 #8 FLORIDA W 196.875 192.075 4/14 NCAA Super Six 3rd 196.800 1/29 at #4 LSU W 196.100 195.825 #2 UCLA L 197.300 2/13 at #1 Alabama W 197.300 196.350 #4 Utah L 196.875 2/19 #5 MICHIGAN W 197.200 196.375 #5 Nebraska W 196.725 2/26 AUBURN W 196.450 191.875 #6 Alabama W 196.500 2/28 #5 Michigan W 197.800 195.400 #1 Michigan W 195.725

Super Six Challenge: Athens, Ga. SEC Championship: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. NCAA Championships: Boise, Idaho

2001 33-3-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan

Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/6 Super Six Challenge T-1st 195.350 #5 Alabama T 195.350 #7 Stanford W 195.300 #3 Michigan W 194.475 #10 Florida W 194.425 #9 Penn State W 193.275 1/13 #10 FLORIDA W 196.500 195.100 1/19 LSU W 196.100 193.875 1/26 NORTH CAROLINA W 196.500 191.425 2/2 #25 Kentucky W 195.500 193.675 George Washington W 190.800 2/10 #8 MICHIGAN W 196.675 196.625 2/16 #2 Alabama L 197.350 197.500 2/23 AUBURN W 197.700 194.800 3/3 #2 ALABAMA W 197.225 197.025 3/10 N.C. STATE W 197.800 194.350 3/16 Denver W 197.325 195.975 3/18 #1 UCLA L 197.375 197.475 3/23 SEC Championship 1st 198.000 #3 Alabama W 197.425 #11 Florida W 196.375 #21 LSU W 196.300 Kentucky W 195.850 Auburn W 194.500 4/7 NCAA Regional 1st 197.775 at #12 Florida W 196.650 #22 Maryland W 195.850 George Washington W 194.675 Iowa W 193.775 NC State W 193.500 4/19 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.100 #5 UTAH W 196.575 #3 NEBRASKA W 196.200 #6 STANFORD W 195.400 #9 ARIZONA STATE W 194.775 #24 DENVER W 193.625 4/20 NCAA Super Six 2nd 197.400 #1 UCLA L 197.575 #7 MICHIGAN W 197.275 #4 ALABAMA W 196.550 #5 UTAH W 196.025 #3 NEBRASKA W 196.025 Super Six Challenge: Tuscaloosa, Ala. SEC Championship: Birmingham, Ala. NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Championships: Athens, Ga.

2002 33-4-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan Date Meet W/L UGA 1/6 #6 NEBRASKA W 196.875 1/11 Super Six Challenge 1st 196.525 #4 Alabama W #1 UCLA W #7 Florida W #11 LSU W #12 Penn State W 1/13 #1 UCLA W 197.900 1/18 at #6 Alabama L 195.025 1/25 at #12 Auburn W 195.300 1/27 at Maryland W 196.475 Temple W 2/1 #3 OKLAHOMA W 196.850 2/8 #21 KENTUCKY W 197.400 2/10 at #6 Michigan L 197.025 2/15 #3 ALABAMA W 197.200

Opponent 196.350 195.725 195.650 194.600 193.825 193.375 196.875 195.675 193.900 194.875 189.950 196.350 194.450 197.175 196.950

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Year-By-Year Results 3/1 at #13 Florida W 196.300 196.100 #11 Iowa State W 194.975 #17 Maryland W 192.675 3/8 #11 LSU W 197.450 196.675 3/23 SEC Championship 1st 197.025 #2 Alabama W 196.925 #18 Florida W 196.425 #9 LSU W 196.225 #19 Kentucky W 194.325 Auburn W 194.325 4/6 NCAA Regional T-1st 196.125 #10 Stanford T 196.125 at #14 Denver W 196.000 #23 Missouri W 195.000 Air Force W 193.775 Utah State W 193.400 4/18 NCAA Prelims 2nd 196.650 #4 Utah L 196.775 #8 Nebraska W 196.575 #5 Michigan W 196.175 #6 LSU W 195.850 #12 Arizona W 194.975 4/19 NCAA Super Six 2nd 197.250 at #2 Alabama L 197.575 #1 UCLA W 197.150 #4 Utah W 196.950 #8 Nebraska W 196.425 #10 Stanford W 196.025 Super Six Challenge: Gainesville, Fla. SEC Championship: Birmingham, Ala. NCAA Regional: Denver, Colo. NCAA Championships: Tuscaloosa, Ala.

3/4 #25 N.C. STATE W 196.950 194.950 3/11 #7 MICHIGAN W 197.000 194.875 3/26 SEC Championship 1st 197.250 #2 LSU W 196.975 #5 Alabama W 196.700 #6 Florida W 196.150 #15 Arkansas W 195.325 #21 Auburn W 195.125 2004 #19 Kentucky W 193.800 30-6 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 4/9 NCAA Regional 2nd 195.150 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent at #7 Florida L 196.575 1/9 Super Six Challenge 3rd 195.550 #17 Denver W 194.075 at #3 Alabama L 196.725 #25 North Carolina W 194.075 #7 Florida L 195.950 West Virginia W 193.675 #13 Oklahoma W 195.275 NC State W 193.575 #11 Oregon State W 193.775 4/21 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.350 #18 Denver W 193.600 #2 UCLA W 197.025 1/16 at Auburn W 196.695 194.575 #4 Alabama W 197.000 1/19 #10 UCLA L 197.475 197.850 #7 Florida W 196.225 1/24 #22 KENTUCKY W 197.375 193.725 #9 Iowa State W 195.975 1/30 #11 ARKANSAS W 197.300 195.250 #13 BYU W 194.625 2/6 at #6 Florida W 197.350 196.850 4/22 NCAA Super Six 1st 197.825 2/8 #10 OKLAHOMA W 196.900 196.225 #4 Alabama W 197.400 2/13 #13 LSU W 198.050 197.300 #1 Utah W 197.275 2/20 at #1 Alabama W 197.825 197.550 #2 UCLA W 197.150 2/27 at #13 Michigan W 197.000 196.300 #8 Michigan W 196.575 3/5 #8 IOWA STATE W 197.400 196.625 #6 Nebraska W 196.425 3/20 SEC Championship 1st 198.175 Super Six Challenge: Gainesville, Fla. #3 Alabama W 197.950 SEC Championship: Duluth, Ga. #5 LSU W 197.275 NCAA Regional: Gainesville, Fla. #8 Florida W 197.225 NCAA Championships: Auburn, Ala. #20 Auburn W 195.925 #24 Arkansas W 194.825 2006 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 2003 Kentucky W 193.850 36-0 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 31-6 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 4/3 NCAA Regional 1st 197.525 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #19 Michigan W 196.375 1/6 Cancun Classic 1st 195.700 1/4 at #5 Nebraska L 195.400 196.450 #9 Iowa State W 196.150 #9 Stanford W 194.950 1/11 Super Six Challenge 1st 197.325 at Penn State W 196.075 #21 Denver W 193.850 #5 NEBRASKA W 196.700 #16 Missouri W 194.400 #10 Oklahoma W 193.325 #8 FLORIDA W 196.575 New Hampshire W 194.125 #17 Arizona W 192.925 #3 ALABAMA W 196.000 4/15 NCAA Prelims 3rd 196.775 1/14 #19 MARYLAND W 195.825 188.300 #19 PENN STATE W 194.375 #8 Florida L 196.850 1/20 #24 ARKANSAS W 196.125 193.600 #12 OKLAHOMA W 193.275 #12 Stanford L 196.850 1/27 at #5 Florida W 197.025 196.600 1/12 #14 IOWA W 197.000 193.250 #13 Nebraska W 196.150 2/4 #14 LSU W 197.150 196.100 1/18 #9 ALABAMA W 197.075 197.050 #15 Oklahoma W 195.750 2/10 at #3 Alabama W 196.625 196.575 1/24 #9 MICHIGAN W 197.200 195.750 #20 Iowa W 194.775 2/12 #6 OKLAHOMA W 197.475 195.950 1/31 MARYLAND W 196.425 191.425 4/16 NCAA Super Six 2nd 197.200 2/17 #9 UCLA W 197.525 195.200 2/8 #16 AUBURN W 197.875 196.475 at #1 UCLA L 198.125 2/24 at #13 Auburn W 196.550 196.150 2/14 at Kentucky W 196.600 194.050 #3 Alabama W 197.125 3/3 #19 KENTUCKY W 196.625 194.450 2/21 at Arkansas W 197.225 194.225 #2 Stanford W 197.125 3/6 at #6 Utah W 197.100 197.075 2/28 #6 FLORIDA W 197.725 195.825 #8 Florida W 196.800 3/11 at #9 Michigan W 197.625 197.100 3/7 at #14 LSU W 196.475 196.350 #5 Utah W 195.775 3/25 SEC Championship 1st 197.275 3/15 at #3 Alabama W 197.625 197.250 Super Six Challenge: Tuscaloosa, Ala. #5 Alabama W 196.975 3/29 SEC Championship 2nd 197.525 SEC Championship: Duluth, Ga. #3 Florida W 196.275 #5 Alabama L 197.575 NCAA Regional: University Park, Pa. #8 LSU W 195.900 #8 Florida W 195.950 NCAA Championships: Los Angeles, Calif. #14 Auburn W 194.975 #12 LSU W 195.650 #19 Arkansas W 194.650 #16 Auburn W 195.025 2005 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS #18 Kentucky W 191.150 Arkansas W 194.875 33-5 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 4/8 NCAA Regional 1st 197.425 Kentucky W 194.875 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent NEBRASKA W 196.350 4/12 NCAA Regional 1st 197.125 1/7 #6 Florida W 194.850 194.450 MISSOURI W 195.325 #9 FLORIDA W 193.950 #4 Alabama W 193.875 NORTH CAROLINA W 194.300 NORTH CAROLINA W 194.900 #13 Arizona W 193.425 NC STATE W 193.925 MARYLAND W 193.825 #19 Penn State W 193.000 WEST VIRGINIA W 193.925 #16 OHIO STATE W 193.650 #17 Iowa W 190.725 4/20 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.275 #24 NC STATE W 193.575 1/14 #7 AUBURN W 195.800 193.575 #3 Florida W 196.225 4/24 NCAA Prelims 3rd 196.625 1/21 #17 Kentucky W 195.850 193.325 #4 Iowa State W 196.250 at #2 Nebraska L 197.325 1/28 #12 Arkansas W 195.300 195.150 #18 Arkansas W 194.375 #8 Utah L 196.850 2/4 #5 FLORIDA L 195.600 195.725 #11 Arizona State W 195.575 #9 Florida W 196.325 2/11 #3 LSU L 195.525 196.375 at #16 Oregon State W 195.150 #6 Stanford W 196.200 2/13 at #9 Oklahoma L 196.300 196.700 4/21 NCAA Super Six 1st 197.750 #17 Auburn W 193.525 2/18 #5 ALABAMA L 196.175 197.025 #5 Alabama W 196.725 4/25 NCAA Super Six 3rd 197.150 2/25 #4 UTAH W 197.275 197.150 #3 Florida W 196.275 #1 UCLA L 197.825 2/27 at #2 UCLA W 196.500 196.100 #4 Iowa State W 195.125 #5 Alabama L 197.275 #17 Arizona W 193.625 #12 Nebraska W 196.175

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Year-By-Year Results #2 Utah W 196.800 Cancun Classic: Cancun, Mexico SEC Championship: Birmingham, Ala. NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. NCAA Championships: Corvallis, Ore.

at #23 Penn State W 195.700 #12 Auburn W 195.150 BYU W 194.325 Iowa State W 194.200 4/24 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.625 #2 UTAH W 196.950 2007 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS #6 STANFORD W 196.900 31-2-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan #9 UCLA W 196.725 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #5 MICHIGAN W 196.075 1/6 #8 STANFORD W 197.375 194.600 #13 DENVER W 194.200 1/12 at #22 Kentucky W 195.975 193.575 4/25 NCAA Super Six 1st 197.450 1/19 at #20 Arkansas W 196.100 196.075 #2 UTAH W 197.125 1/21 at N.C. State W 197.250 194.625 #6 STANFORD W 196.750 Iowa W 193.750 #3 FLORIDA W 196.700 #24 Ohio State W 193.250 #7 LSU W 196.350 1/27 #1 FLORIDA T 197.250 197.250 #4 ALABAMA W 196.125 2/2 at #13 LSU W 197.425 196.450 SEC Championship: Duluth, Ga. 2/10 #3 ALABAMA W 198.000 196.050 NCAA Regional: University Park, Pa. 2/16 #4 UTAH W 196.850 195.475 NCAA Championships: Athens, Ga. 2/23 #12 AUBURN W 197.325 195.150 3/4 at #6 UCLA L 197.000 197.150 2009 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 3/9 #12 MICHIGAN W 197.875 196.500 32-1 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan 3/31 SEC Championship 2nd 197.175 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #1 Florida L 197.325 1/9 #23 WEST VIRGINIA W 195.425 194.075 #3 Alabama W 197.000 1/16 at #16 LSU W 196.850 195.950 #4 LSU W 196.250 1/19 #3 UTAH W 197.150 196.725 #11 Arkansas W 194.550 1/23 #9 ALABAMA W 197.175 196.275 #17 Auburn W 194.475 1/30 at NC State W 195.000 193.150 Kentucky W 194.000 2/7 #5 AUBURN W 197.250 195.925 4/14 NCAA Regionals 1st 197.275 2/13 at Kentucky W 196.970 195.150 at #14 Denver W 195.825 Centenary W 187.350 #11 Penn State W 195.775 2/20 at #7 Arkansas W 196.925 196.725 #23 BYU W 193.300 2/28 #7 FLORIDA W 198.200 196.650 #25 Minnesota W 192.900 3/8 at #6 UCLA W 197.725 196.125 Utah State W 192.525 3/14 #14 MICHIGAN W 197.400 195.825 4/26 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.700 3/21 SEC Championship 2nd 196.925 #1 Florida W 197.400 #5 Alabama L 197.300 #6 Nebraska W 196.625 #6 Florida W 196.750 #10 Oklahoma W 196.250 #9 Arkansas W 195.650 #3 Alabama W 196.125 #4 LSU W 196.550 #8 Oregon State W 195.100 #11 Auburn W 196.350 4/27 NCAA Super Six 1st 197.850 #22 Kentucky W 195.000 at #7 Utah W 197.250 4/4 NCAA Regional 1st 197.700 #1 Florida W 197.225 #22 Penn State W 195.800 #8 UCLA W 196.925 #15 Nebraska W 195.450 #4 Stanford W 196.825 #25 West Virginia W 194.225 #6 Nebraska W 195.975 North Carolina W 194.125 SEC Championship: North Little Rock, Ark. at #21 NC State W 193.800 NCAA Regional: Denver, Colo. 4/16 NCAA Prelims 1st 197.450 NCAA Championships: Salt Lake City, Utah #3 Florida W 196.375 #7 LSU W 196.300 2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS #6 Stanford W 196.225 31-2 • Head Coach: Suzanne Yoculan #23 Penn State W 196.100 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #10 Oklahoma W 195.825 1/11 at #3 Utah L 196.200 196.300 4/17 NCAA Super Six 1st 197.825 1/13 at #5 Stanford W 196.875 196.150 #4 Alabama W 197.575 1/18 at #1 Florida W 196.850 196.825 #2 Utah W 197.425 1/26 #5 LSU W 197.550 195.925 #3 Florida W 196.725 2/1 #4 Alabama W 196.625 196.000 #11 Arkansas W 196.475 2/8 #25 N.C. State W 196.875 195.175 #7 LSU W 196.375 2/15 at #16 Auburn W 197.125 195.475 SEC Championship: Nashville, Tenn. 2/23 KENTUCKY W 197.625 194.800 NCAA Regional: Raleigh, N.C. 3/1 #11 ARKANSAS W 197.900 195.950 NCAA Championships: Lincoln, Neb. 3/7 at #4 Michigan L 196.950 197.600 3/15 #10 UCLA W 197.900 196.925 2010 3/21 IOWA STATE W 196.750 194.450 13-8-1 • Head Coach: Jay Clark 3/29 SEC Championship 1st 197.350 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #6 Alabama W 197.325 1/9 #7 STANFORD W 195.150 195.050 #3 Florida W 197.325 1/15 at #4 Alabama L 195.500 196.275 #5 LSU W 196.500 1/22 at #6 Utah L 196.500 196.550 #13 Auburn W 196.100 1/29 at #15 Auburn L 194.900 195.225 #11 Arkansas W 194.650 2/5 #11 KENTUCKY W 197.200 195.550 #20 Kentucky W 194.025 2/12 #3 ARKANSAS W 196.725 195.875 4/12 NCAA Regionals 1st 197.775 2/19 at #4 Florida L 197.150 197.250 #13 Denver W 195.775 2/26 #10 LSU W 196.575 196.050

3/6 #3 UCLA W 197.900 197.875 3/12 at #12 Michigan L 195.800 196.375 3/14 NC STATE W 196.800 193.900 3/27 SEC Championship 3rd 196.825 #4 Florida L 197.050 #1 Alabama L 196.875 #10 LSU W 195.750 #15 Auburn W 195.575 #8 Arkansas W 195.275 #18 Kentucky W 194.800 4/10 NCAA Regional T-2nd 196.275 at #15 Missouri L 196.500 #8 Oregon State T 196.275 #25 Minnesota W 195.000 Iowa W 194.900 North Carolina W 194.750 SEC Championship: Jacksonville, Fla. NCAA Regional: Columbia, Mo.

2011 18-11-1 • Head Coach: Jay Clark

Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/8 BYU W 195.575 193.225 at #16 Denver W 192.925 Air Force W 186.600 1/15 #3 UTAH L 195.800 195.900 1/17 #18 WEST VIRGINIA W 196.725 192.125 1/21 AUBURN W 196.650 194.975 1/28 at Kentucky W 195.550 195.000 2/4 at #11 Arkansas L 195.400 195.775 2/12 #1 FLORIDA L 196.600 197.725 2/18 at #21 LSU W 196.500 196.350 2/25 #5 ALABAMA L 196.625 197.675 3/6 at #8 UCLA W 196.175 195.750 #23 Arizona W 194.125 3/12 #9 MICHIGAN L 196.050 196.800 3/19 SEC Championship 3rd 196.625 #2 Alabama L 197.225 #1 Florida L 196.975 #12 Arkansas W 195.800 #19 LSU W 195.475 #22 Auburn W 195.325 Kentucky W 193.950 4/2 NCAA Regional 2nd 196.750 #6 UCLA L 197.425 #18 LSU W 195.350 NC STATE W 194.750 MARYLAND W 193.200 WEST VIRGINIA W 192.500 4/15 NCAA Prelims T-4th 195.450 #5 Oklahoma L 196.775 #9 Michigan L 196.700 #6 UCLA L 196.500 #12 Arkansas T 195.450 #14 Illinois W 195.100 SEC Championship: Birmingham, Ala. NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. NCAA Championships: Cleveland, Ohio

2012 18-9 • Head Coach: Jay Clark Date Meet 1/6 #20 DENVER 1/13 at #2 Alabama 1/20 at #20 Auburn 1/28 #17 LSU 2/3 at #1 Utah 2/10 #3 ARKANSAS 2/18 KENTUCKY 2/24 at #1 Florida 3/2 #3 UCLA 3/9 at #20 Michigan 3/11 #21 NC STATE 3/24 SEC Championship #1 Florida

W/L UGA Opponent W 196.525 193.700 L 196.325 196.475 W 195.975 195.600 W 197.250 195.750 L 196.950 197.150 W 196.825 195.875 W 197.225 193.125 L 196.825 197.525 W 197.700 196.975 W 196.575 195.300 W 197.375 195.525 3rd 196.575 L 197.150

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Year-By-Year Results #3 Alabama L 196.775 #8 LSU W 196.425 #24 Kentucky W 194.350 #10 Arkansas W 194.175 #15 Auburn W 194.100 4/7 NCAA Regional 1st 197.100 #7 Oregon State W 196.450 #21 Michigan W 196.325 #18 Auburn W 196.100 West Virginia W 195.900 Michigan State W 194.050 4/20 NCAA Prelims 5th 196.500 #4 Alabama L 197.675 #1 Florida L 197.650 #8 Arkansas L 197.150 #12 Ohio State L 196.525 #9 Oregon State W 196.475 SEC Championship: Duluth, Ga. NCAA Regional: Auburn, Ala. NCAA Championships: Duluth, Ga.

1/12 at #9 Stanford L 196.150 196.325 1/17 #2 LSU W 197.175 196.875 1/20 IOWA W 197.400 194.675 1/24 at #3 Florida L 196.700 198.050 2/1 #20 KENTUCKY W 197.300 190.950 2/7 at #7 Alabama L 196.825 197.500 2/21 at #10 Auburn W 196.875 196.100 3/1 #13 ARKANSAS W 197.650 195.675 3/8 #20 DENVER W 197.025 195.825 3/15 at #5 Utah L 197.600 198.025 3/22 SEC Championship 4th 197.150 #4 Alabama L 197.875 #1 Florida L 197.700 #2 LSU L 197.325 #12 Auburn W 195.550 Kentucky W 195.075 #15 Arkansas W 194.900 Missouri W 194.650 4/5 NCAA Regional 2nd 196.375 #7 MICHIGAN L 196.750 #18 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 195.600 2013 #22 OHIO STATE W 195.100 20-16-1 • Head Coach: Danna Durante NC STATE W 194.550 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent RUTGERS W 193.750 1/5 #4 OKLAHOMA L 195.425 196.450 4/18 NCAA Prelims 2nd 197.300 1/11 at #12 Arkansas W 196.200 195.775 #2 Oklahoma L 197.500 1/18 #24 AUBURN W 196.050 195.700 #3 LSU W 197.100 1/21 #10 STANFORD W 197.000 195.400 #10 Stanford W 196.600 1/26 at Metroplex 4th 196.775 #7 Michigan W 196.425 #2 Oklahoma L 197.275 #11 Illinois W 195.800 #7 LSU L 197.100 4/19 NCAA Super Six 5th 197.050 #16 Oregon State L 196.825 #1 Florida L 198.175 Washington W 194.875 #2 Oklahoma L 198.175 2/2 #5 Alabama W 197.500 196.950 #3 LSU L 197.600 2/8 at #18 Kentucky T 195.825 195.825 #4 Alabama L 197.550 2/16 #1 FLORIDA L 196.175 197.300 #9 Nebraska W 196.500 2/22 at Missouri W 196.825 194.550 SEC Championship: Birmingham, Ala. 3/1 at #5 LSU L 196.825 197.050 NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. 3/9 #7 Utah W 197.650 196.975 NCAA Championships: Birmingham, Ala. 3/17 at NC State W 197.800 196.000 3/23 SEC Championship 4th 197.325 2015 #1 Florida L 198.000 14-14 • Head Coach: Danna Durante #3 Alabama L 197.800 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #6 LSU L 197.700 1/10 #8 MICHIGAN L 195.600 196.600 #12 Auburn W 196.550 1/16 MISSOURI W 195.800 195.225 #16 Arkansas W 196.400 1/19 at #15 Denver L 194.300 194.850 Missouri W 195.525 1/24 #14 KENTUCKY W 196.975 194.225 #19 Kentucky W 194.600 1/30 at #3 Florida L 196.950 197.600 4/6 NCAA Regional 1st 197.425 2/6 at #3 LSU L 196.850 198.075 #16 Arkansas W 196.950 2/14 at North Carolina W 196.200 195.200 Arizona State W 195.700 2/20 #5 ALABAMA L 196.825 197.675 #10 Oregon State W 195.375 2/27 at #7 Auburn L 196.775 197.750 #21 Boise State W 195.350 3/7 #18 ARKANSAS W 196.775 196.650 California W 195.125 3/14 #4 UTAH W 197.450 197.275 4/19 NCAA Prelims 3rd 197.150 3/21 SEC Championship 5th 196.000 #1 Florida L 197.775 #5 Alabama L 197.525 #5 LSU L 197.325 #3 LSU L 197.450 #8 Minnesota W 196.375 #2 Florida L 197.400 #16 Illinois W 195.700 #8 Auburn L 196.925 #9 Stanford W 194.700 #18 Arkansas W 195.950 4/20 NCAA Super Six 6th 196.675 Missouri W 195.700 #1 Florida L 197.575 #25 Kentucky W 195.025 #2 Oklahoma L 197.375 4/4 NCAA Regional 1st 197.025 #3 Alabama L 197.350 #3 Utah W 196.575 #6 UCLA L 197.100 at #20 Cal W 196.000 #5 LSU L 197.050 #15 Boise State W 195.375 Metroplex Challenge: Fort Worth, Texas Utah State W 195.150 SEC Championship: North Little Rock, Ark. BYU W 194.150 NCAA Regional: Corvallis, Ore. 4/17 NCAA Prelims 196.600 NCAA Championships: Los Angeles, Calif. #2 Florida L 197.475 #3 Utah L 197.475 2014 #11 Stanford L 197.175 19-14 • Head Coach: Danna Durante #6 Michigan L 197.025 Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent #7 UCLA W 196.400 1/10 at #3 Oklahoma L 196.500 197.700 SEC Championship: Duluth, Ga.

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NCAA Regional: Berkeley, Calif. NCAA Championships: Fort Worth, Texas

2016 15-20 • Head Coach: Danna Durante

Date Meet W/L UGA Opponent 1/9 at #7 Michigan L 195.200 196.925 1/15 at #16 Arkansas W 196.775 196.700 1/18 #24 STANFORD L 195.750 195.875 1/22 at #15 Missouri L 195.350 195.800 1/29 at #23 Kentucky W 196.275 195.025 2/5 #1 FLORIDA W 196.400 196.350 2/13 #5 LSU W 197.525 196.800 2/20 #1 OKLAHOMA L 196.750 197.375 2/26 at #3 Alabama L 195.700 197.550 3/4 #8 AUBURN L 197.275 197.325 3/6 at UCLA Tri-Meet 2nd 197.025 #16 Stanford L 197.400 #7 UCLA W 196.825 3/12 at #5 Utah L 197.125 197.625 3/19 SEC Championship 5th 196.850 #2 Florida L 197.775 #4 Alabama L 197.750 #3 LSU L 197.500 #6 Auburn L 196.975 #13 Arkansas W 196.500 #22 Kentucky W 196.250 #20 Missouri W 195.750 4/2 NCAA Regional 2nd 196.850 #3 LSU L 197.300 #13 OREGON STATE W 196.000 ARIZONA W 195.900 G. WASHINGTON W 195.550 MICHIGAN STATE W 195.350 4/15 NCAA Semifinals 3rd 196.725 #4 Florida L 197.475 #2 LSU L 197.3375 #11 Stanford W 195.575 #7 Auburn W 195.100 #13 Minnesota W 194.9875 4/16 NCAA Super Six 6th 196.8125 #1 Oklahoma L 197.675 #2 LSU L 197.450 #3 Alabama L 197.4375 #4 Florida L 197.350 #9 UCLA L 196.825 SEC Championship: North Little Rock, Ark. NCAA Regional: Athens, Ga. NCAA Championships: Fort Worth, Texas HOME MEETS IN ALL CAPS

Georgia has reached the Super Six three times in four years under Danna Durante.


Meet Records Single Meet Overall Score Rank Score Opponent Location Date 1. 198.575 NCAA Regional Athens, Ga. 4/4/98 2. 198.475 Michigan Athens, Ga. 3/8/97 3. 198.375 NCSU/GWU Athens, Ga. 3/20/99 4. 198.375 SEC Championship Athens, Ga. 3/22/97 5. 198.200 Florida Athens, Ga. 2/28/09 6. 198.175 SEC Championship Duluth, Ga. 3/20/04 7. 198.050 LSU Athens, Ga. 2/13/04 T8. 198.000 Alabama Athens, Ga. 2/10/07 T8. 198.000 SEC Championship Birmingham, Ala. 3/23/01 T8. 198.000 NCAA Super Six Corvallis, Ore. 4/16/93 Regular Season Single Meet Overall Score Rank Score Opponent Location 1. 198.475 Michigan Athens, Ga. 2. 198.375 NCSU/GWU Athens, Ga. 3. 198.200 Florida Athens, Ga. 4. 198.050 LSU Athens, Ga. 5. 198.000 Alabama Athens, Ga. T6. 197.900 Alabama Athens, Ga. T6. 197.900 Arkansas Athens, Ga. T6. 197.900 UCLA Athens, Ga. T6. 197.900 UCLA Athens, Ga. T6. 197.900 UCLA Athens, Ga.

Date 3/8/97 3/20/99 2/28/09 2/13/04 2/10/07 2/14/98 3/1/08 3/15/08 1/13/02 3/6/10

Single Meet Vault Score Rank Score Opponent Location Date 1 49.925 at Auburn/SIU Auburn, Ala. 2/10/96 T2. 49.800 at Kentucky/Illinois Lexington, Ky. 2/14/97 T2. 49.800 SEC Championship Athens, Ga. 3/22/97 4. 49.775 Alabama Athens, Ga. 2/2/96 5. 49.750 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/1/96 T6. 49.725 NCAA Super Six Corvallis, Ore. 4/16/93 T6. 49.725 Michigan Athens, Ga. 3/8/97 T8. 49.675 BYU Athens, Ga. 1/16/95 T8. 49.675 Bulldog Invitational Athens, Ga. 3/12/95 T8. 49.675 NCAA Regional Towson, Md. 4/8/95 T8. 49.675 NCAA Super Six Tuscaloosa, Ala. 4/26/96 T8. 49.675 Auburn/So. Utah Athens, Ga. 2/7/97 Single Meet Bars Score Rank Score Opponent Location Date T1. 49.775 Kentucky Athens, Ga. 2/23/96 T1. 49.775 Florida Athens, Ga. 1/19/97 3. 49.750 NCAA Super Six Corvallis, Ore. 4/16/93 T4. 49.725 Stanford Athens, Ga 2/17/96 T4. 49.725 NCSU/GWU Athens, Ga. 3/20/99 T6. 49.700 at Kentucky Lexington, Ky. 3/5/99 T6. 49.700 SEC Championship Birmingham, Ala. 3/22/14 T8. 49.675 NCAA Regional Gainesville, Fla. 4/13/96 T8. 49.675 Michigan/Arizona Athens, Ga. 1/25/98 T8. 49.675 Arkansas Athens, Ga. 3/1/14 Single Meet Beam Score Rank Score Opponent Location Date 1. 49.650 NCAA Regional Athens, Ga. 4/4/98 T2. 49.625 Iowa State Athens, Ga. 3/5/04 T2. 49.625 at NC State Raleigh, N.C. 3/17/13 4. 49.575 NCAA Regional State College, Pa. 4/12/08 T5. 49.550 Florida Athens, Ga. 2/28/09 T5. 49.550 NCAA Regional Raleigh, N.C. 4/4/09 T5. 49.550 NCAA Prelims Lincoln, Neb. 4/16/09 T5. 49.550 UCLA Athens, Ga. 3/6/10 9. 49.525 SEC Championship Duluth, Ga. 3/20/04 T10. 49.500 SEC Championship Athens, Ga. 3/22/97 T10. 49.500 Alabama Athens, Ga. 2/10/97 T10. 49.500 LSU Athens, Ga. 1/26/08 T10. 49.500 at Auburn Auburn, Ala. 2/15/08 T10. 49.500 UCLA Athens, Ga. 1/13/02 T10. 49.500 at NCSU/Iowa/OSU Raleigh, N.C. 1/21/07 T10. 49.500 Alabama Athens, Ga. 1/18/03 T10. 49.500 SEC Championship N. Little Rock, Ark. 3/23/13

Single Meet Floor Score Rank Score Opponent Location Date 1. 49.850 Michigan Athens, Ga. 3/8/97 2. 49.775 Alabama Athens, Ga. 3/12/94 T3. 49.725 SEC Championship Duluth, Ga. 3/20/04 T3. 49.725 UCLA Athens, Ga. 3/15/08 T5. 49.700 NCAA Regional Athens, Ga. 4/4/98 T5. 49.700 LSU Athens, Ga. 2/13/04 T5. 49.700 Kentucky Athens, Ga. 1/24/04 T5. 49.700 Alabama Athens, Ga. 3/3/01 T9. 49.675 Florida Athens, Ga. 2/28/09 T9. 49.675 at NC State/GWU Athens, Ga. 3/20/99 T9. 49.675 Washington Athens, Ga. 3/11/00 T9. 49.675 Alabama Athens, Ga. 2/14/98 T9. 49.675 BYU/NC State Athens, Ga. 2/21/97 Opponent Single Meet Event Scores Event Score Opponent Location Vault 49.775 Alabama (NCAA Super Six) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Bars 49.650 Alabama (SEC Championship) Birmingham, Ala. Beam 49.650 UCLA Athens, Ga. Floor 49.875 Florida Gainesville, Fla. Total 198.175 Florida (NCAA Super Six) Birmingham, Ala. 198.175 Oklahoma (NCAA Super Six) Birmingham, Ala.

Date 4/26/96 3/22/14 3/6/10 1/24/14 4/19/14 4/19/14

Single Meet Attendance Rank Attendance Opponent Location Date 1. 15,552 at Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 1/22/10 2. 15,403 at Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 3/12/16 3. 15,224 at Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 3/15/14 4. 15,075 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2/1/08 5. 15,040 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2/1/97 6. 14,926 at Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 2/3/12 7. 14,501 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1/13/12 8. 14,263 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2/10/06 9. 14,220 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1/15/10 10. 14,079 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2/13/99 Single Meet Home Attendance Rank Attendance T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224 T1. 10,224

Opponent Kentucky Arkansas UCLA Auburn Florida Michigan Stanford LSU Michigan Stanford Florida Oklahoma

Date 2/23/08 3/1/08 3/15/08 2/7/09 2/28/09 3/14/09 1/9/10 1/28/12 1/10/15 1/18/16 2/5/16 2/20/16

Georgia boasted three sellout crowds in 2016 en route to setting a record for highest regular-season average home attendance in program history.

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Records Single Season Home Attendance Average Rank Average Season Total Attendance Home Meets 1. 9,819 2010 58,911 6 2. 9,631 2008 67,418 7 3. 9,600 2009 57,598 6 4. 9,518 2007 57,105 6 5. 9,510 2002 57,060 6 6. 9,506 1999 47,529 5 7. 9,212 2016 55,269 6 8. 9,157 2006 64,101 7 9. 9,382 2015 56,291 6 10. 9,065 2004 54,391 6 Career Points Earned Rank Gymnast Points Years Routines 1. Katie Heenan 2322.1688 2005-08 236 2. Cory Fritzinger 2222.4615 2001-04 227 3. Tiffany Tolnay 2181.0938 2006-09 222 4. Courtney Kupets 2114.4251 2006-09 214 5. Kim Arnold 1954.6875 1995-98 199 6. Terri Eckert 1941.7000 1984-87 210 7. Chelsa Byrd 1930.0560 2001-04 196 8. Lori Strong 1925.9250 1993-96 197 9. Leah Brown 1914.5250 1994-97 196 10. Brandie Jay 1908.2785 2013-16 193 11. Brittany Rogers 1872.0000 2013-16 206 12. Kristi Lichey 1864.7570 1998-01 190 13. Cassidy McComb 1857.1375 2008-11 190 14. Kelsey Ericksen 1852.0750 2004-07 189 15. Corrinne Wright 1808.7500 1987-90 191 Career Vault Points Rank Gymnast Points Years Routines 1. Chelsa Byrd 623.0810 2001-04 63 2. Brandie Jay 622.5833 2013-16 63 3. Katie Heenan 602.5563 2005-08 61 4. Cory Fritzinger 598.3125 2001-04 61 5. Cat Hires 579.5000 2011-14 59 6. Tiffany Tolnay 572.0688 2006-09 58 7. Cassidy McComb 569.6000 2008-11 58 8. Amanda Curry 556.1000 1998-01 57 9. Kim Arnold 555.1125 1995-98 56 10. Leah Brown 547.3750 1994-97 55 Career Bars Points Rank Gymnast Points Years Routines 1. Katie Heenan 627.3000 2005-08 64 2. Cory Fritzinger 599.3620 2001-04 61 3. Brittany Rogers 592.0375 2013-16 60 4. Chelsea Davis 581.125 2012-15 60 5. Courtney Kupets 565.7875 2006-09 57 6. Brandie Jay 559.9000 2013-16 57 7. Tiffany Tolnay 559.1500 2006-09 57 8. Chelsa Byrd 549.9750 2001-04 56 9. Jenni Beathard 543.2500 1996-99 55 10. Kat Ding 542.2875 2009-12 55

Brandie Jay posted 588.8375 career points on floor, most ever for the Gymdogs.

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Katie Heenan owns the most career points within the Georgia program, with 2322.1688. Career Beam Points Rank Gymnast Points Years Routines 1. Katie Heenan 598.9375 2006-08 61 2. Cory Fritzinger 586.2120 2001-04 60 3. Grace Taylor 561.5000 2007-10 57 4. Tiffany Tolnay 559.6750 2006-09 57 5. Courtney Kupets 551.4000 2006-09 56 6. Kristi Lichey 548.6880 1998-01 56 7. Cassie Bair 546.9000 2000-03 56 8. Hilary Mauro 546.7500 2008-11 56 9. Brittany Rogers 544.8275 2013-16 55 10. Kim Arnold 538.2000 1995-98 55 Career Floor Points Rank Gymnast Points Years Routines 1. Brandie Jay 588.8375 2013-16 60 2. Cassidy McComb 567.9625 2008-11 58 3. Kim Arnold 561.4750 1995-98 57 4. Michelle Emmons 550.9000 2002-05 56 5. Hope Spivey 533.5750 1991-94 54 6. Suzanne Sears 533.2500 1998-01 54 7. Chris Rodis 499.7500 1989-92 52 8. Chelsa Byrd 493.9750 2001-04 50 9. Katie Heenan 493.3750 2005-08 50 10. Tiffany Tolnay 490.2000 2006-09 50 Single Meet All-Around Rank Gymnast Score Date Opponent 1. Karin Lichey 40.0 2/23/96 Kentucky 2. Courtney Kupets 39.9 4/17/09 NCAA Finals 3. Karin Lichey 39.875 4/4/98 NCAA Regional T4. Karin Lichey 39.85 1/16/99 Alabama T4. Courtney Kupets 39.85 2/28/09 Florida T6. Karin Lichey 39.825 1/22/99 Florida T6. Courtney Kupets 39.825 1/23/09 Alabama T8. Kim Arnold 39.8 3/8/97 Michigan T8. Kim Arnold 39.8 3/22/97 SEC Championship T8. Cory Fritzinger 39.8 1/13/02 UCLA T8. Chelsa Byrd 39.8 3/5/04 Iowa State T8. Courtney Kupets 39.8 3/11/06 Michigan T8. Courtney Kupets 39.8 4/16/09 NCAA Prelims

Location Athens, Ga. Lincoln, Neb. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Ann Arbor, Mich. Lincoln, Neb.


Records T14. T14. T14. T14. T14. T14. T14. T14.

Lori Strong Lori Strong Leah Brown Leah Brown Karin Lichey Kristi Lichey Cory Fritzinger Courtney Kupets

39.775 39.775 39.775 39.775 39.775 39.775 39.775 39.775

3/12/95 2/17/96 3/8/97 3/22/97 4/10/99 1/28/00 1/27/02 3/21/09

Bulldog Invitational Stanford Michigan SEC Championship NCAA Regional Alabama at Maryland/Temple SEC Championship

Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Logan, Utah Tuscaloosa, Ala. College Park, Md. Nashville, Tenn.

Single Season Vault Points Rank Gymnast Points Year Routines 1. Chelsa Byrd 169.0310 2003 17 2. Marline Stephens 168.5505 2002 17 3. Tiffany Tolnay 168.1000 2006 17 4. Brandie Jay 167.8583 2013 17 5. Lindsey Cheek 167.8500 2013 17 6. Cassidy McComb 166.4750 2008 17 7. Cory Fritzinger 166.4315 2002 17 8. Cory Fritzinger 166.3560 2001 17 9. Marline Stephens 166.2500 2001 17 10. Karin Lichey 158.8625 1999 16 Single Season Bars Points Rank Gymnast Points Year Routines 1. Courtney Kupets 168.3750 2006 17 2. Chelsea Davis 168.3500 2013 17 3. Tiffany Tolnay 167.9750 2008 17 4. Cory Fritzinger 167.8870 2002 17 5. Grace Taylor 167.8750 2008 17 6. Kelsey Ericksen 166.9250 2005 17 7. Katie Heenan 165.9250 2006 17 8. Katie Heenan 165.6000 2005 17 9. Courtney Kupets 159.2000 2009 16 10. Karin Lichey 158.8250 1999 16 Single Season Beam Points Rank Gymnast Points Year Routines 1. Courtney Kupets 168.0375 2006 17 2. Tiffany Tolnay 166.3000 2006 17 3. Courtney Kupets 158.7125 2009 16 4. Mary Beth Box 157.3250 2016 16 5. Cory Fritzinger 157.2750 2002 16 6. Courtney McCool 157.2500 2008 16 7. Kinsey Rowe 157.1750 2003 16 T8. Courtney Kupets 157.0500 2007 16 T8. Shayla Worley 157.0500 2013 16 10. Lindsey Cheek 156.9750 2014 16 Single Season Floor Points Rank Gymnast Points Year Routines 1 Marline Stephens 168.0380 2001 17 2. Cassidy McComb 167.1875 2008 17 3. Michelle Emmons 166.8250 2005 17 4. Chelsa Byrd 158.9500 2003 16 5. Courtney McCool 158.4875 2008 16 6. Marline Stephens 158.2750 2002 16 7. Mary Beth Box 158.2125 2016 16 8. Talya Vexler 158.0630 2000 16 9. Courtney Kupets 158.0500 2009 16 10. Gigi Marino 157.975 2016 16

Gigi Marino posted the 10th-best season ever for UGA on floor in 2016. Single Season Total Points Rank Gymnast Points Year Routines 1. Courtney Kupets 634.1688 2009 64 2. Courtney Kupets 632.8750 2006 64 3. Cory Fritzinger 627.7935 2002 64 4. Terri Eckert 627.6500 1985 68 5. Katie Heenan 626.7813 2005 64 6. Kelsey Ericksen 615.6250 2005 63 7. Chelsa Byrd 611.3810 2003 62 8. Katie Heenan 608.8500 2006 62 9. Cory Fritzinger 604.0930 2001 62 10. Karin Lichey 591.0875 1999 60 11. Tiffany Tolnay 588.1750 2006 60 12. Marline Stephens 579.1380 2001 59 13. Tiffany Tolnay 570.6750 2008 58 14. Kinsey Rowe 570.2000 2003 58 15. Cory Fritzinger 568.9250 2003 58 16. Chelsa Byrd 562.6750 2004 57 17. Courtney Kupets 562.4313 2007 57 18. Cassidy McComb 559.4750 2011 57 19. Katie Heenan 552.8750 2007 56 20. Kristi Lichey 551.6070 2000 56 Postseason Records Overall Team Score Individual All-Around Team Vault Score Team Bars Score Team Beam Score Team Floor Score

198.575 (1998 Southeast Regional) 39.900 (Courtney Kupets at 2009 NCAA Finals) 49.725 (1993 NCAA Super Six, 2004 NCAA Regional) 49.750 (1993 NCAA Super Six) 49.725 (2002 NCAA Regional) 49.700 (1998 NCAA Regional)

All-Time Coaching Records

Name Years W L T Winning Pct. Melinda Airhart 1973-1976 18 11 0 .621 Elizabeth Long 1977-1979 31 6 0 .838 Terri Ritchie 1980 8 4 0 .667 Rick Walton 1981-1983 45 31 0 .592 Suzanne Yoculan 1984-2009 834 117 7 .874 Jay Clark 2010-2012 49 28 2 .633 Danna Durante 2013-present 68 64 1 .546 Total 1,053 261 10 .809

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Perfect 10s Vault (68) 5. Heather Stepp at Florida w/ Iowa St. (2/14/92) 8. Hope Spivey vs. Alabama (3/14/92) 13. Agina Simpkins at Kentucky (2/6/93) 14. Hope Spivey at Kentucky (2/6/93) 20. Heather Stepp vs. BYU (2/20/93) 21. Hope Spivey at Alabama (2/26/93) 23. Hope Spivey vs. Penn State, UMass, WVU (3/6/93) 28. Agina Simpkins NCAA SE Regional (4/3/93) 29. Hope Spivey NCAA SE Regional (4/3/93) 32. Leah Brown at Penn State (1/16/94) 33. Leah Brown vs. LSU (1/28/94) 36. Hope Spivey vs. Kentucky (2/19/94) 40. Hope Spivey vs. Alabama (3/12/94) 41. Leah Brown vs. Alabama (3/12/94) 44. Leah Brown vs. Auburn (1/28/95) 46. Kim Arnold vs. Alabama (2/12/95) 48. Leah Brown at LSU (2/17/95) 49. Julie Ballard vs. Florida & Michigan (2/24/95) 50. Kim Arnold vs. Michigan & Florida (2/24/95) 51. Kim Arnold at Alabama (3/4/95) 52. Leah Brown Bulldog Invitational (3/12/95) 54. Kim Arnold vs. LSU (1/27/96) 55. Kim Arnold vs. Alabama (2/2/96) 56. Julie Ballard at Auburn (2/11/96) 57. Karin Lichey at Auburn (2/11/96) 58. Kim Arnold vs. Stanford (2/17/96) 59. Karin Lichey vs. Kentucky (2/23/96) 64. Leah Brown at Alabama (3/1/96) 65. Kim Arnold at Michigan (3/9/96) 66. Kim Arnold vs. Michigan State (3/16/96) 67. Leah Brown vs. Michigan State (3/16/96) 71. Kim Arnold vs. Stanford (1/10/97) 72. Karin Lichey vs. Florida (1/19/97) 74. Kim Arnold vs. Alabama (2/1/97) 75. Leah Brown vs. Auburn & Southern Utah (2/7/97) 76. Lisa Kurc vs. Kentucky (2/14/97) 77. Leah Brown vs. Kentucky (2/14/97) 78. Kim Arnold vs. Kentucky (2/14/97) 81. Leah Brown vs. Alabama (2/28/97) 82. Kim Arnold vs. Alabama (2/28/97) 85. Leah Brown vs. Michigan (3/8/97) 86. Kim Arnold vs. Michigan (3/8/97) 89. Leah Brown SEC Championships (3/22/97) 90. Kim Arnold SEC Championships (3/22/97) 91. Leah Brown at NCAA SE Regional (4/5/97) 97. Karin Lichey vs. Alabama (2/14/98) 100. Karin Lichey at SEC Championships (3/21/98) 104. Karin Lichey at NCAA Super Six (4/17/98) 106. Karin Lichey vs. Florida (1/22/99) 109. Karin Lichey vs. Auburn (2/26/99) 114. Kristi Lichey vs. Alabama (1/28/00) 116. Kristi Lichey at NCAA Super Six (4/14/00) 117. Kristi Lichey vs. North Carolina (1/26/01) 120. Kristi Lichey vs. Alabama (3/3/01) 121. Kristi Lichey vs. NC State (3/10/01) 124. Cory Fritzinger vs. UCLA (1/13/02) 126. Chelsa Byrd at Maryland (1/27/02) 127. Cory Fritzinger at Maryland (1/27/02) 130. Chelsa Byrd vs. Auburn (2/8/03) 131. Cory Fritzinger at Arkansas (2/21/03) 132. Chelsa Byrd at SEC Championships (3/29/03) 134. Chelsa Byrd vs. LSU (2/13/04) 137. Brittany Smith vs. Iowa State (3/5/04) 142. Ashley Kupets vs. Michigan (3/9/07) 146. Katie Heenan vs. Arkansas (4/1/08) 153. Courtney Kupets at NCAA SE Regional (4/4/09) 156. Courtney Kupets at NCAA Championships(4/21/09) 158. Brittany Rogers at UCLA (3/6/16)

Bars (27) 1. Lucy Wener NCAA Event Finals (4/15/89) 18. Heather Stepp vs. Florida (2/12/93) 24. Sandy Rowlette vs. PSU, UMass, WVU (3/6/93) 30. Lori Strong NCAA SE Regional (4/3/93) 31. Agina Simpkins NCAA Event Finals (4/17/93) 38. Lori Strong vs. BYU (3/5/94) 53. Lori Strong at NCAA SE Regional (4/8/95) 60. Karin Lichey vs. Kentucky (2/23/96) 61. Lori Strong vs. Kentucky (2/23/96) 68. Lori Strong vs. Michigan St. (3/16/96) 73. Karin Lichey vs. Florida (1/19/97) 93. Karin Lichey at Alabama (1/17/98) 94. Karin Lichey vs. Arizona & Michigan (1/25/98) 95. Jenni Beathard vs. Arizona & Michigan (1/25/98) 96. Karin Lichey vs. LSU (2/6/98) 102. Karin Lichey NCAA SE Regional (4/4/98) 105. Karin Lichey vs. Alabama (1/16/99) 107. Jenni Beathard vs. Florida (1/22/99) 110. Karin Lichey at Kentucky (3/5/99) 111. Karin Lichey vs. NC State (3/20/99) 113. Jenni Beathard vs. NC State (3/20/99) 118. Cory Fritzinger vs. North Carolina (1/26/01) 125. Cory Fritzinger vs. Maryland (1/27/02) 141. Courtney Kupets vs. Alabama (2/10/07) 143. Grace Taylor vs. Iowa State (3/1/08) 147. Courtney Kupets vs. Alabama (1/23/09) 149. Courtney Kupets vs. Florida (2/28/09) Beam (11) 15. Heather Stepp at Kentucky (2/6/93) 62. Karin Lichey vs. Kentucky (2/23/96) 98. Kim Arnold vs. Alabama (2/14/98) 129. Cory Fritzinger vs. Alabama (1/18/03) 139. Cory Fritzinger at SEC Championships (3/20/04) 148. Courtney Kupets vs. Alabama (1/23/09) 151. Courtney McCool at UCLA (3/8/09) 152. Grace Taylor vs. Michigan (3/14/09) 154. Courtney McCool at NCAA SE Regionals (4/4/09) 155. Courtney Kupets at NCAA Championships(4/20/09) 157. Grace Taylor vs. UCLA (3/6/10)

19. 22. 25. 26. 27. 34. 35. 37. 39. 42. 43. 45. 47. 62. 69. 70. 79. 80. 83. 84. 87. 88. 92. 99. 101. 103. 108. 112. 115. 119. 122. 123. 128. 133. 135. 136. 138. 140. 144. 145. 150.

Heather Stepp vs. Florida (2/12/93) Hope Spivey at Alabama (2/26/93) Nneka Logan vs. PSU, UMass, WVU (3/6/93) Hope Spivey vs. PSU, UMass, WVU (3/6/93) Hope Spivey at SEC Championship (3/20/93) Hope Spivey vs. LSU (1/28/94) Leslie Angeles vs. UCLA (2/11/94) Hope Spivey vs. Kentucky (2/19/94) Hope Spivey vs. BYU (3/5/94) Hope Spivey vs. Alabama (3/12/94) Hope Spivey at SEC Championship (3/26/94) Agina Simpkins vs. Auburn (1/28/95) Leslie Angeles vs. Alabama (2/12/95) Karin Lichey vs. Kentucky (2/23/96) Leslie Angeles vs. Michigan St. (3/16/96) Lori Strong vs. Michigan St. (3/16/96) Kim Arnold vs. NC State & BYU (2/21/97) Leah Brown vs. NC State & BYU (2/21/97) Kim Arnold vs. Alabama (2/28/97) Leah Brown vs. Alabama (2/28/97) Kim Arnold vs. Michigan (3/8/97) Leah Brown vs. Michigan (3/8/97) Kim Arnold at NCAA SE Regional (4/5/97) Kim Arnold vs. Alabama (2/14/98) Kim Arnold at SEC Championship (3/21/98) Karin Lichey NCAA SE Regional (4/4/98) Karin Lichey vs. Florida (1/22/99) Stacey Galloway vs. N.C. State (3/20/99) Suzanne Sears vs. Michigan (2/19/00) Suzanne Sears vs. Auburn (2/23/01) Suzanne Sears vs. Alabama (3/3/01) Suzanne Sears vs. NC State (3/10/01) Marline Stephens at Denver (3/16/01) Marline Stephens vs. LSU (3/8/02) Chelsa Byrd vs. Kentucky (1/24/04) Brittany Smith vs. LSU (2/13/04) Chelsa Byrd vs. Iowa State (3/5/04) Marline Stephens at SEC Championships (3/20/04) Katie Heenan vs Iowa State (3/1/08) Courtney McCool vs. UCLA (3/15/08) Courtney Kupets vs. Florida (2/28/09)

Floor (52) 2. Hope Spivey vs. Penn St. (3/2/91) 3. Hope Spivey NCAA SE Regional (4/6/91) 4. Hope Spivey vs. BYU & Illinois (2/1/92) 6. Hope Spivey at Florida w/ Iowa State (2/14/92) 7. Hope Spivey Bulldog Invitational (2/29/92) 9. Chris Rodis vs. Alabama (3/14/92) 10. Hope Spivey vs. Alabama (3/14/92) 11. Hope Spivey at SEC Championship (3/28/92) 12. Hope Spivey at BYU (1/15/93) 16. Hope Spivey at Kentucky (2/6/93) 17. Heather Stepp at Kentucky (2/6/93)

Karin Lichey is congratulated by her teammates after an NCAA record perfect 40.0 against Kentucky in 1996.

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Perfect 10s Leslie Angeles (3) FX UCLA FX Alabama FX Michigan State

2/11/94 2/12/95 3/16/96

Kim Arnold (21) VT Alabama VT Michigan & Florida VT Alabama VT LSU VT Alabama VT Stanford VT Michigan VT Michigan State VT Stanford VT Alabama VT Kentucky VT Alabama VT Michigan VT SEC Championships BB Alabama FX NCSU & BYU FX Alabama FX Michigan FX NCAA SE Regional FX Alabama FX SEC Championships

2/12/95 2/24/95 3/04/95 1/27/96 2/02/96 2/17/96 3/09/96 3/16/96 1/10/97 2/01/97 2/14/97 2/28/97 3/08/97 3/22/97 2/14/98 2/21/97 2/28/97 3/08/97 4/05/97 2/14/98 3/21/98

Julie Ballard (2) VT Florida & Michigan VT Auburn

2/24/95 2/11/96

Jenni Beathard (3) UB Ariz. & Michigan UB Florida UB N.C. State

1/25/98 1/22/99 3/20/99

Leah Brown (17) VT Penn State VT LSU VT Alabama VT Auburn VT LSU VT Bulldog Invitational VT Alabama VT Michigan State VT Auburn & So. Utah VT Kentucky VT Alabama VT Michigan VT SEC Championships VT NCAA SE Regional FX NCSU & BYU FX Alabama FX Michigan

1/16/94 1/28/94 3/12/94 1/28/95 2/17/95 3/12/95 3/01/96 3/16/96 2/07/97 2/14/97 2/28/97 3/08/97 3/22/97 4/05/97 2/21/97 2/28/97 3/08/97

Chelsa Byrd (6) VT Maryland VT Auburn VT SEC Championships VT LSU FX Kentucky FX LSU

1/27/02 2/08/03 3/29/03 2/13/04 1/24/04 2/13/04

Cory Fritzinger (7) VT UCLA VT Maryland VT Arkansas UB North Carolina UB Maryland BB Alabama BB SEC Championships

1/13/02 1/27/02 2/21/03 1/26/01 1/27/02 1/18/03 3/20/04

Stacey Galloway (1) FX NC State

3/20/99

Katie Heenan (2) VT Arkansas FX Iowa State

4/01/08 3/01/08

Ashley Kupets (1) VT Michigan

3/09/07

Courtney Kupets (8) VT NCAA SE Regional VT NCAA Finals UB Alabama UB Alabama UB NCAA Finals BB Alabama BB NCAA Prelims FX Florida

4/04/09 4/17/09 2/10/07 1/23/09 4/17/09 1/23/09 4/16/09 2/28/09

Lisa Kurc (1) VT Kentucky

2/14/97

Karin Lichey (21) VT Auburn VT Kentucky VT Florida VT Alabama VT SEC Championships VT NCAA Super Six VT Florida VT Auburn UB Kentucky UB Florida UB Alabama UB Ariz. & Mich. UB LSU UB NCAA SE Regional UB Alabama UB Kentucky UB N.C. State BB Kentucky FX Kentucky FX NCAA SE Regional FX Florida

2/11/96 2/23/96 1/19/97 2/14/98 3/21/98 4/17/98 1/22/99 2/26/99 2/23/96 1/19/97 1/17/98 1/25/98 2/06/98 4/04/98 1/16/99 3/05/99 3/20/99 2/23/96 2/23/96 4/04/98 1/22/99

Kristi Lichey (5) VT Alabama VT NCAA Super Six VT North Carolina VT Alabama VT N.C. State

1/28/00 4/14/00 1/26/01 3/03/01 3/10/01

Nneka Logan (1) FX PSU, Mass., W. Va.

3/06/93

Courtney McCool (3) BB UCLA BB NCAA SE Regional FX UCLA

3/08/09 4/04/09 3/15/08

Chris Rodis (1) FX SEC Championships

3/28/92

Brittany Rogers (1) VT at UCLA with Stanford Sandy Rowlette (1) UB PSU, Mass., W. Va.

3/6/16 3/06/93

Brittany Rogers ended a streak of more than five seasons without a perfect score when she vaulted for a 10 at UCLA on March 6, 2016. Suzanne Sears (4) FX Michigan FX Auburn FX Alabama FX N.C. State

2/19/00 2/23/01 3/03/01 3/10/01

Agina Simpkins (4) VT Kentucky VT NCAA SE Regional UB NCAA Event Finals FX Auburn

2/06/93 4/03/93 4/17/93 1/28/95

Brittany Smith (2) VT Iowa State FX LSU

3/05/04 2/13/04

Hope Spivey (24) VT Alabama VT Kentucky VT Alabama VT PSU, Mass., W. Va. VT NCAA SE Regional VT Kentucky VT Alabama FX Penn State FX NCAA SE Regional FX BYU & Illinois FX Fla. w/ Iowa State FX Bulldog Invitational FX Alabama FX SEC Championships FX BYU FX Kentucky FX Alabama FX PSU, Mass., W.Va. FX SEC Championships FX LSU FX Kentucky FX BYU FX Alabama FX SEC Championships

3/14/92 2/06/93 2/26/93 3/06/93 4/03/93 2/19/94 3/12/94 3/02/91 4/06/91 2/01/92 2/14/92 2/29/92 3/14/92 3/28/92 1/15/93 2/06/93 2/26/93 3/06/93 3/20/93 1/28/94 2/19/94 3/05/94 3/12/94 3/26/94

Marline Stephens (3) FX Denver FX LSU FX SEC Championship

3/16/01 3/08/02 3/20/04

Heather Stepp (6) VT Fla. w/ Iowa State VT BYU UB Florida BB Kentucky FX Kentucky FX Florida

2/14/92 2/20/93 2/12/93 2/06/93 2/06/93 2/12/93

Lori Strong (6) UB NCAA SE Regional UB BYU UB NCAA SE Regional UB Kentucky UB Michigan State FX Michigan State

4/03/93 3/05/94 4/08/95 2/23/96 3/16/96 3/16/96

Grace Taylor (3) UB Iowa State BB Michigan BB UCLA

3/01/08 3/14/09 3/6/10

Lucy Wener (1) UB NCAA Event Finals

4/15/89

158 Perfect 10s by

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SEC Championship History 1981

Team 1. LSU 2. Florida 3. Georgia 4. Alabama 5. Auburn 6. Kentucky

1982

Team 1. Florida 2. Alabama 3. LSU 4. Georgia 5. Kentucky 6. Auburn

1983

Team 1. Florida 2. Alabama 3. LSU 4. Georgia 5. Kentucky

1984

Team 1. Florida 2. Georgia 3. Alabama 4. LSU 5. Kentucky 6. Auburn

1985

Team 1 Florida 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. LSU 5. Kentucky 6. Auburn

1986

Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Alabama 4. LSU 5. Kentucky 6. Auburn

1987

Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Alabama 4. LSU 5. Auburn 6. Kentucky

1988

Team 1. Alabama 2. Florida 3. Georgia 4. LSU 5. Kentucky 6. Auburn

1989

Team 1. Florida 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. LSU 5. Auburn 6. Kentucky

1990

Team 1. Alabama 2. LSU 3. Georgia 4. Auburn 5. Florida 6. Kentucky

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3rd • Baton Rouge, La.

1991

4th • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

1992

4th • Gainesville, Fla.

1993

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total Team n/a n/a n/a n/a 141.000 1. Georgia n/a n/a n/a n/a 139.900 2. Alabama n/a n/a n/a n/a 135.050 3. LSU n/a n/a n/a n/a 134.150 4. Florida n/a n/a n/a n/a 125.450 5. Auburn n/a n/a n/a n/a 125.250 6. Kentucky Vault Bars Beam Floor Total Team n/a n/a n/a n/a 145.600 1. Georgia n/a n/a n/a n/a 144.550 2. Alabama n/a n/a n/a n/a 144.150 3. Auburn n/a n/a n/a n/a 142.050 4. Florida n/a n/a n/a n/a 135.000 5. LSU n/a n/a n/a n/a 134.950 6. Kentucky Vault Bars Beam Floor Total Team n/a n/a n/a n/a 181.950 1. Georgia n/a n/a n/a n/a 181.750 2. Alabama n/a n/a n/a n/a 176.700 3. Auburn n/a n/a n/a n/a 175.100 4. LSU n/a n/a n/a n/a 170.500 5. Florida Kentucky 2nd • Gainesville, Fla. 6. Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1994 46.200 46.450 46.150 45.350 184.150 Team 44.850 44.700 43.700 43.800 177.050 1. Georgia 44.600 43.700 43.100 44.500 175.900 2. Alabama 43.700 44.050 41.600 43.850 173.200 3. LSU 43.250 42.200 39.250 40.650 165.350 4. Florida 42.300 39.600 40.000 39.650 161.550 5. Auburn Kentucky 3rd • Tuscaloosa, Ala. 6. Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1995 46.650 45.650 45.850 47.500 185.650 Team 45.900 46.050 45.400 46.500 181.800 1. Alabama 46.400 45.950 44.300 45.150 183.850 2. LSU 46.050 45.000 44.700 44.750 180.500 3. Georgia 45.350 42.450 42.150 43.500 173.450 4. Florida 42.500 33.750 41.250 41.400 158.900 5. Kentucky Auburn 1st • Gainesville, Fla. 6. Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1996 46.600 46.100 45.450 47.000 185.150 Team 46.500 46.500 45.200 45.900 184.100 1. Georgia 46.900 45.950 45.700 45.200 183.750 2. Alabama 45.350 43.050 45.350 42.850 176.600 3. Florida 44.350 42.500 44.250 44.850 175.950 4. Kentucky 43.450 43.800 41.450 42.700 171.400 5. LSU Auburn 1st • Athens, Ga. 6. Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1997 47.100 47.600 47.100 47.600 189.400 Team 45.950 46.650 46.700 46.350 187.900 1. Georgia n/a n/a n/a n/a 185.300 2. Florida n/a n/a n/a n/a 184.450 3. LSU n/a n/a n/a n/a 181.400 4. Alabama n/a n/a n/a n/a 180.950 5. Kentucky Auburn 3rd • Tuscaloosa, Ala. 6. Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1998 47.550 48.000 46.750 47.850 190.150 Team 47.150 47.850 46.650 47.550 189.200 1. Georgia 47.250 47.200 47.100 47.300 188.850 2. Florida 47.600 46.200 46.750 46.850 187.400 3. LSU 46.150 46.200 45.500 45.550 183.400 4. Alabama 46.200 45.850 44.600 46.550 183.200 5. Kentucky Auburn 3rd • Gainesville, Fla. 6. Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1999 47.400 47.650 48.250 48.200 191.500 Team 47.300 48.250 48.050 47.450 191.050 1. Georgia 47.150 48.050 47.650 47.550 190.400 2. Alabama 47.050 46.450 48.050 46.350 187.900 3. Florida 45.800 47.000 45.350 46.900 195.050 4. LSU 46.150 46.500 45.150 44.850 182.650 5. Kentucky Auburn 3rd • Athens, Ga. 6. Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 2000 48.650 48.550 48.350 48.000 193.550 Team 48.400 48.150 47.350 48.1500 192.050 1. Alabama 47.750 48.100 48.100 47.900 191.850 T2. Georgia 47.150 47.550 46.000 47.450 188.150 T2. LSU 47.300 46.850 46.800 47.050 188.000 4. Florida 46.950 47.250 45.700 46.40 186.300 5. Kentucky 6. Auburn

1st • Lexington, Ky.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 48.350 49.050 48.150 48.550 194.100 48.350 48.050 48.500 49.150 194.050 47.950 48.700 47.800 47.950 192.400 47.550 48.650 46.750 48.350 191.300 47.400 47.700 46.100 48.050 189.250 47.300 46.450 46.000 46.250 186.000

1st • Baton Rouge, La.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.250 49.200 48.650 49.300 196.400 48.500 49.050 48.600 48.350 194.500 48.500 48.500 47.200 47.150 191.350 46.550 47.900 47.200 47.950 189.600 46.450 48.000 46.850 47.350 188.650 46.250 47.850 45.150 46.700 185.950

1st • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.350 49.550 48.950 49.200 197.050 48.950 49.050 48.900 49.150 196.050 48.250 48.600 48.100 48.250 193.200 48.300 48.700 48.000 47.900 192.900 47.750 48.100 47.750 48.500 192.100 47.100 48.100 46.900 47.250 189.350

1st • Auburn, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.425 48.825 49.025 49.425 196.700 49.150 49.150 47.875 49.000 195.175 48.450 48.875 47.825 49.000 194.150 48.100 48.400 48.625 49.000 194.125 48.050 48.100 47.650 48.900 192.700 48.200 46.075 47.325 48.150 189.750

3rd • Gainesville, Fla.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.750 48.575 48.750 49.100 196.175 49.025 49.250 48.675 49.175 196.125 49.600 49.275 48.625 48.375 195.875 49.200 49.150 48.250 49.050 195.650 48.150 47.825 48.025 47.975 191.975 47.475 46.750 47.775 48.675 190.675

1st • Lexington, Ky.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.325 49.300 49.325 49.500 197.450 49.100 49.250 49.175 49.425 196.950 48.825 48.950 49.025 48.850 195.650 49.125 48.300 49.050 48.775 195.250 47.800 48.275 48.750 48.325 193.150 48.325 46.500 48.975 47.350 191.150

1st • Athens, Ga.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.800 49.575 49.500 49.500 198.375 49.200 48.800 48.850 49.200 196.050 49.075 48.925 48.900 49.125 196.025 49.150 49.100 48.425 49.100 195.775 48.850 48.625 48.925 48.675 195.075 47.625 48.550 48.650 47.725 192.550

1st • Baton Rouge, La.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.325 49.600 49.375 49.300 197.600 48.925 49.100 49.325 49.375 196.725 48.675 49.125 49.250 49.400 196.450 48.775 48.500 48.850 49.275 195.400 48.500 48.350 48.225 48.525 193.600 48.250 48.350 47.675 48.150 192.425

1st • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.475 49.375 49.050 49.575 197.475 49.225 49.300 49.000 49.250 196.775 48.675 49.075 49.200 48.925 195.875 48.175 49.150 48.975 49.075 195.375 48.725 48.525 48.600 49.025 194.875 48.125 48.375 48.925 48.575 194.000

T2nd • Gainesville, Fla.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.175 49.400 49.300 49.325 197.200 49.200 49.250 49.075 49.300 196.825 48.950 49.375 49.175 49.325 196.825 48.775 49.025 48.825 49.150 195.775 48.675 48.675 48.525 48.775 194.650 48.375 47.400 47.800 48.925 192.500


2001

Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Florida 4. LSU 5. Kentucky 6. Auburn

2002

Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Florida 4. LSU T5. Kentucky T5. Auburn

2003

Team 1. Alabama 2. Georgia 3. Florida 4. LSU 5. Auburn T6. Kentucky T6. Arkansas

2004

Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. LSU 4. Florida 5. Auburn 6. Arkansas 7. Kentucky

2005

Team 1. Georgia 2. LSU 3. Alabama 4. Florida 5. Arkansas 6. Auburn 7. Kentucky

2006

Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Florida 4. LSU 5. Auburn 6. Arkansas 7. Kentucky

2007

Team 1. Florida 2. Georgia 3. Alabama 4. LSU 5. Arkansas 6. Auburn 7. Kentucky

2008

Team 1. Georgia T2. Florida T2. Alabama 4. LSU 5. Auburn 6. Arkansas 7. Kentucky

2009

Team 1. Alabama 2. Georgia 3. Florida 4. Arkansas 5. LSU 6. Auburn 7. Kentucky

1st • Birmingham, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.475 49.500 49.400 49.625 198.000 49.125 49.325 49.450 49.525 197.425 48.900 49.200 49.075 49.200 196.375 48.875 49.350 49.050 49.025 196.300 48.975 48.750 48.825 49.300 195.850 48.425 48.450 48.825 48.800 194.500

1st • Birmingham, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.225 49.350 48.975 49.475 197.025 49.275 49.425 48.875 49.350 196.925 49.075 49.150 48.925 49.275 196.425 48.900 49.250 48.975 49.100 196.225 48.700 49.050 47.700 48.875 194.325 49.075 48.200 48.400 48.650 194.325

2nd • Birmingham, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.325 49.275 49.375 49.600 197.575 49.650 49.150 49.375 49.350 197.525 49.025 48.700 49.350 48.875 195.950 48.900 48.600 48.900 49.250 195.650 48.725 48.675 48.425 49.200 195.025 48.425 48.825 48.900 48.725 194.875 49.000 48.775 48.700 48.400 194.875

1st • Duluth, Ga.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.550 49.375 49.525 49.725 198.175 49.625 49.325 49.325 49.675 197.950 49.225 49.400 49.375 49.275 197.275 49.300 49.300 49.475 49.150 197.225 48.675 48.700 49.200 49.350 195.925 48.650 49.150 48.100 48.925 194.825 48.800 48.775 47.375 48.900 193.850

1st • Duluth, Ga.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.200 49.325 49.325 49.400 197.250 49.150 49.325 49.200 49.300 196.975 49.300 49.450 48.875 49.075 196.700 48.825 49.125 49.050 49.150 196.150 48.225 48.900 49.125 49.075 195.325 48.400 48.550 49.125 49.050 195.125 48.575 48.675 48.425 48.125 193.800

1st • Birmingham, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.150 49.325 49.200 49.600 197.275 48.975 49.325 49.175 49.500 196.975 48.725 49.250 49.025 49.275 196.275 48.900 49.025 48.875 49.100 195.900 48.600 48.600 48.725 49.050 194.975 48.750 47.925 48.900 49.075 194.650 47.650 47.525 48.000 47.975 191.150

2nd • North Little Rock, Ark.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.300 49.275 49.300 49.450 197.325 49.475 49.300 49.375 49.025 197.175 49.250 49.150 49.325 49.275 197.000 49.450 48.925 48.575 49.300 196.250 49.000 48.825 47.850 48.875 194.550 48.900 48.675 48.175 48.725 194.475 48.050 48.450 48.525 48.975 194.000

1st • Duluth, Ga.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.225 49.500 49.300 49.325 197.350 49.375 49.400 49.175 49.375 197.325 49.450 49.125 49.350 49.400 197.325 49.350 48.975 48.900 49.275 196.500 49.025 49.050 49.000 49.025 196.100 48.625 47.950 49.025 49.050 194.650 48.525 48.500 48.850 48.150 194.025

2010

Team 1. Florida 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. LSU 5. Auburn 6. Arkansas 7. Kentucky

2011

Team 1. Alabama 2. Florida 3. Georgia 4. Arkansas 5. LSU 6. Auburn 7. Kentucky

2012

Team 1. Florida 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. LSU 5 Kentucky 6. Arkansas 7. Auburn

2013

Team 1. Florida (II) 2. Alabama (II) 3. LSU (II) 4. Georgia (II) 5. Auburn (I) 6. Arkansas (I) 7. Missouri (I) 8. Kentucky (I)

2014

Team 1. Alabama (II) 2. Florida (II) 3. LSU (II) 4. Georgia (II) 5. Auburn (I) 6. Kentucky (I) 7. Arkansas (I) 8. Missouri (I)

2015

Team 1. Alabama (II) 2. LSU (II) 3. Florida (II) 4. Auburn (II) 5. Georgia (I) 6. Arkansas (I) 7. Missouri (I) 8. Kentucky (I)

2016

Team 1. Florida (II) 2. Alabama (II) 3. LSU (II) 4. Auburn (II) 5. Georgia (I) 6. Arkansas (I) 7. Kentucky (I) 8. Missouri (I)

SEC Championship History 3rd • Jacksonville, Fla.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.125 49.125 49.400 49.400 197.050 49.300 48.950 49.250 49.375 196.875 49.275 49.025 49.225 49.300 196.825 49.300 48.850 49.150 48.450 195.750 49.025 48.600 49.050 48.900 195.575 49.000 48.400 49.050 48.825 195.275 49.050 48.325 48.625 48.800 194.800

3rd • Birmingham, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.500 49.150 49.225 49.350 197.225 49.400 49.250 48.950 49.375 196.975 49.250 49.250 49.225 48.900 196.625 49.325 48.675 48.825 48.975 195.800 49.350 49.150 47.925 49.050 195.475 48.700 48.825 48.750 49.050 195.325 48.725 48.000 48.550 48.675 193.950

3rd • Duluth, Ga.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.375 49.050 49.200 197.150 49.325 49.275 48.825 49.350 196.775 49.175 49.200 49.050 49.150 196.575 49.375 48.900 49.000 49.150 196.425 49.000 48.575 48.725 48.050 194.350 49.050 48.850 48.700 47.575 194.175 48.900 48.825 48.675 47.700 194.100 Vault 49.375 49.550 49.525 49.225 49.100 49.150 48.450 48.825

Bars 49.500 49.300 49.175 49.550 48.875 48.850 48.850 48.150

4th • North Little Rock, Ark. Beam 49.500 49.400 49.375 49.500 49.275 49.100 49.250 48.500

Floor 49.625 49.550 49.625 49.050 49.300 49.300 48.975 49.125

Total 198.000 197.800 197.700 197.325 196.550 196.400 195.525 194.600

4th • Birmingham, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.650 49.275 49.425 197.875 49.375 49.625 49.350 49.350 197.700 49.525 49.350 49.100 49.350 197.325 49.450 49.700 49.050 48.950 197.150 48.975 48.975 48.850 48.750 195.550 49.175 49.050 48.825 48.025 195.075 48.925 48.125 49.000 48.850 194.900 48.850 49.000 48.625 48.175 194.650

5th • Duluth, Ga.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.500 49.275 49.275 49.475 197.525 49.550 49.375 48.975 49.550 197.450 49.625 49.575 48.625 49.575 197.400 49.300 49.150 49.400 49.075 196.925 49.125 49.375 48.150 49.350 196.000 49.250 48.825 48.675 49.200 195.950 48.850 49.000 48.275 49.075 195.700 48.875 48.575 48.275 49.300 195.025

5th • North Little Rock, Ark.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.425 49.500 49.425 49.425 197.775 49.425 49.550 49.275 49.500 197.750 49.375 49.200 49.375 49.550 197.500 49.050 49.325 49.250 49.350 196.975 49.300 49.200 49.025 49.200 196.850 49.125 49.100 49.075 49.200 196.500 49.050 48.925 49.125 49.150 196.250 49.150 48.950 48.900 48.750 195.750

*Beginning in 2013, the SEC Championship consisted of two sessions - the top four teams based on RQS competed in the evening session, while the bottom four teams competed in the afternoon session; session is indicated in ()

2nd • Nashville, Tenn.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.450 49.350 49.025 49.475 197.300 49.325 49.500 48.600 49.500 196.925 49.200 49.375 48.825 49.350 196.750 49.200 49.075 48.275 49.100 195.650 49.325 49.150 48.900 49.175 196.550 49.125 49.250 48.850 49.125 196.350 49.225 48.650 48.300 48.825 195.000

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NCAA Regional History 1984 SE Regional

2nd • Gainesville, Fla.

1985 SE Regional

2nd • Athens, Ga.

Team 1. Florida 2. Georgia 3. West Virginia 4. NC State 5. North Carolina 6. Maryland Team 1. Florida 2. Georgia 3. West Virginia 4. North Carolina 5. Maryland 6. Kentucky

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 46.850 47.500 47.000 46.600 187.950 46.400 44.750 45.500 45.200 181.850 44.350 44.150 41.900 43.950 174.350 43.350 43.950 43.150 43.750 174.200 44.050 43.400 42.550 43.600 173.600 43.800 42.650 41.500 44.050 172.000 Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 47.350 46.700 45.900 47.000 186.950 46.450 45.250 44.750 46.150 182.600 44.500 44.100 41.400 46.800 176.800 45.150 43.700 43.850 43.450 176.150 44.250 41.200 42.000 42.850 170.300 44.450 41.400 39.500 42.150 167.500

1986 SE Regional Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. North Carolina 4. Kentucky 5. Maryland 6. West Virginia

1987 SE Regional Team 1. Florida 2. Georgia 3. West Virginia 4. Maryland 5. Kentucky 6. William & Mary 7. Towson

1st • Lexington, Ky.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 47.900 48.700 48.300 48.300 193.200 47.200 48.450 47.750 47.650 191.050 47.300 46.750 45.950 46.150 186.150 46.300 47.450 46.200 45.100 185.050 45.100 45.850 46.450 45.400 182.800 45.750 45.300 45.250 46.000 182.300 44.800 45.250 45.650 45.850 181.550

1990 SE Regional Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Kentucky 4. Towson 5. West Virginia 6. William & Mary 7. NC State

1st • Gainesville, Fla.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 48.100 47.750 46.400 47.500 189.800 48.000 46.500 46.700 47.900 189.100 47.000 46.150 44.750 46.100 184.000 46.500 45.950 45.600 45.400 183.450 46.450 45.000 44.300 45.650 181.400 46.650 44.050 44.400 45.900 181.000 46.000 44.550 43.850 43.600 178.000

1989 SE Regional Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Maryland 4. Towson 5. Kentucky 6. NC State 7. West Virginia

2nd • Gainesville, Fla.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 47.850 46.150 46.050 47.850 187.900 47.950 46.150 45.900 46.700 186.700 45.750 45.950 44.750 45.850 182.300 46.600 45.250 44.050 45.900 181.800 46.050 44.400 43.750 45.850 180.050 43.850 43.150 43.000 44.350 174.350 45.000 41.800 41.250 45.100 173.150

1988 SE Regional Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Towson 4. Kentucky 5. Maryland 6. West Virginia 7. North Carolina

1st • Morgantown, W.Va.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 47.400 47.150 45.750 46.500 186.800 46.850 46.100 47.000 45.450 185.400 47.050 43.500 44.450 45.650 180.650 45.900 43.950 45.500 45.050 180.400 46.200 44.850 44.350 44.100 179.500 45.800 44.700 42.900 45.000 178.400

1st • Gainesville, Fla.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 47.900 48.550 48.175 48.725 193.350 47.500 47.900 46.725 48.300 190.425 47.775 47.475 46.350 47.225 188.825 46.900 47.725 46.250 47.900 188.775 46.800 46.825 46.475 46.750 186.850 46.275 46.075 44.950 47.150 184.450 45.950 45.625 45.150 46.550 183.275

1991 SE Regional

1st • Athens, Ga.

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 48.375 48.650 48.750 48.500 194.275 2. Florida 46.750 48.300 48.325 47.800 191.175 3. West Virginia 48.075 47.100 47.300 47.300 189.775 4. Towson 46.750 47.050 46.925 46.575 187.300 5. North Carolina 46.150 47.625 46.475 46.575 185.825 6. George Washington 46.200 46.450 46.225 46.650 185.525 7. Maryland 46.825 46.275 44.675 46.125 183.900

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1992 SE Regional

1st • Gainesville, Fla.

1993 SE Regional

1st • Athens, Ga.

1994 SE Regional

1st • Morgantown, W.Va.

1995 SE Regional

1st • Towson, Md.

1996 SE Regional

1st • Gainesville, Fla.

1997 SE Regional

2nd • Lexington, Ky.

1998 SE Regional

1st • Athens, Ga.

1999 NC Regional

1st • Logan, Utah

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 49.475 49.200 48.675 49.200 196.550 2. Florida 47.775 48.400 46.425 48.875 191.475 3. Towson 47.450 47.675 46.325 47.625 189.075 4. George Washington 45.400 47.000 46.825 47.650 186.875 5. Kentucky 45.750 47.000 46.400 45.925 185.075 6. West Virginia 46.550 47.650 45.025 45.750 184.975 7. NC State 46.325 44.825 45.400 47.000 183.550 Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 49.600 49.150 49.100 49.650 197.500 2. Florida 48.150 49.175 48.175 48.800 194.300 3. NC State 47.800 47.825 47.475 47.900 191.000 4. Kentucky 47.250 48.375 47.475 47.700 190.800 5. Towson 47.100 47.975 47.525 47.900 190.500 6. West Virginia 46.675 48.125 47.000 48.225 190.025 7. George Washington 46.100 48.275 46.675 48.300 189.350 Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 49.475 49.400 49.200 48.700 196.775 2. Florida 48.475 47.925 47.200 48.900 192.500 3. NC State 47.875 47.425 47.200 48.675 191.175 4. Kentucky 48.675 47.500 47.275 47.375 190.825 5. Towson 48.300 48.225 45.475 48.575 190.575 6. George Washington 48.075 47.425 46.675 47.475 189.650 7. West Virginia 47.575 47.200 46.250 47.300 188.325 Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 49.675 49.650 48.875 49.375 197.575 2. Florida 49.525 49.275 48.450 48.450 195.700 3. West Virginia 49.275 48.450 47.975 47.625 193.325 4. Kentucky 48.250 48.825 47.675 47.250 192.000 5. NC State 48.325 47.800 47.800 47.675 191.600 6. Towson 48.975 47.650 46.325 47.175 190.125 7. George Washington 48.450 46.000 47.075 46.500 188.025 Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Kentucky 4. Towson T5. West Virginia T5. NC State 7. Maryland

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.400 49.675 48.650 49.225 196.950 49.425 48.375 48.500 49.075 195.375 49.025 48.950 47.650 48.300 193.925 48.675 48.925 46.850 48.200 192.650 48.675 47.775 47.275 48.150 191.875 48.900 48.250 47.150 47.575 191.875 46.975 48.100 47.050 47.775 189.900

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Florida 49.300 49.050 48.075 49.325 195.750 2. Georgia 49.425 49.250 47.825 49.225 195.725 3. West Virginia 49.125 48.600 46.550 48.875 193.150 4. NC State 48.600 48.500 46.800 49.000 192.900 5. Kentucky 48.350 47.925 47.575 49.025 192.875 6. Towson 48.450 47.900 47.325 49.175 192.850 7. George Washington 48.200 45.475 47.125 48.775 189.575 Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 49.575 49.650 49.650 49.700 198.575 2. Florida 49.075 49.500 49.275 49.225 197.075 3. NC State 48.300 49.050 49.250 48.525 195.125 4. West Virginia 48.350 49.150 48.450 48.850 194.800 5. Kentucky 48.325 48.400 47.275 48.150 192.150 6. George Washington 48.325 47.125 47.325 48.375 191.150 7. Maryland 48.225 46.725 47.175 47.975 190.100 Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Utah State T4. Denver T4. Minnesota 6. Iowa State

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.325 49.500 49.075 49.475 197.375 48.650 49.375 48.700 48.500 195.225 48.800 48.625 48.125 49.025 194.575 48.500 49.025 48.275 48.400 194.200 48.325 48.775 48.175 48.925 194.200 49.000 48.850 47.550 48.775 194.175


NCAA Regional History

2000 SE Regional

1st • Athens, Ga.

2009 SE Regional

2001 SE Regional

1st • Gainesville, Fla.

2010 SC Regional

2002 NC Regional

T1st • Denver, Colo.

2011 Athens Regional

2nd • Athens, Ga.

2003 SE Regional

1st • Athens, Ga.

2012 Auburn Regional

1st • Auburn, Ala.

2004 NE Regional

1st • University Park, Pa.

2005 SE Regional

2nd • Gainesville, Fla.

2006 SE Regional

1st • Athens, Ga.

2007 NC Regional

1st • Denver, Colo.

2008 NE Regional

1st • University Park, Pa.

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 49.250 49.375 48.700 49.400 196.725 2. BYU 48.875 48.650 48.425 48.750 194.700 3. Towson 48.475 48.500 48.425 48.925 194.325 4. Maryland 48.200 48.650 48.750 48.175 193.775 5. NC State 48.225 48.225 48.400 48.625 193.475 6. George Washington 47.350 47.325 47.775 48.850 191.650 Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 49.500 49.425 49.475 49.375 197.775 2. Florida 49.075 49.225 49.250 49.100 196.650 3. Maryland 49.025 48.950 48.875 49.000 195.850 4. George Washington 48.300 48.700 48.550 49.125 194.675 5. Iowa 48.800 48.475 47.450 49.050 193.775 6. NC State 48.600 48.275 48.725 47.900 193.500 Team T1. Georgia T1. Stanford 3. Denver 4. Missouri 5. Air Force 6. Utah State

Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. North Carolina 4. Maryland 5. Ohio State 6. NC State

Team 1. Georgia 2. Michigan 3. Iowa State 4. Penn State 5. Missouri 6. New Hampshire Team 1. Florida 2. Georgia T3. Denver T3. North Carolina 5. West Virginia 6. NC State Team 1. Georgia 2. Nebraska 3. Missouri 4. North Carolina T5. NC State T5. West Virginia Team 1. Georgia 2. Denver 3. Penn State 4. BYU 5. Minnesota 6. Utah State

Team 1. Georgia 2. Denver 3. Penn State 4. Auburn 5. BYU 6. Iowa State

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.075 48.900 49.325 48.825 196.125 49.075 49.325 48.425 49.300 196.125 48.975 48.550 49.075 49.400 195.000 48.700 49.125 48.250 48.925 195.000 47.850 48.700 48.200 49.025 193.775 48.450 48.400 48.100 48.450 193.400 Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.275 49.275 49.425 49.150 197.125 48.675 48.425 49.175 47.675 193.950 48.900 48.250 48.750 49.000 194.900 48.350 48.025 48.775 48.675 193.825 48.775 48.100 48.375 48.400 193.650 48.350 47.725 48.900 48.600 193.575 Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.475 49.300 49.350 49.400 197.525 49.250 48.550 49.425 49.150 196.375 49.275 48.475 49.075 49.325 196.150 49.500 48.425 49.025 49.125 196.075 49.250 47.050 49.025 49.075 194.400 49.050 48.300 47.950 48.825 194.125 Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 48.875 49.325 49.175 49.200 196.575 49.150 49.000 47.650 49.350 195.150 48.850 48.925 47.375 48.925 194.075 48.400 47.875 48.550 49.250 194.075 48.575 48.600 47.625 48.875 193.675 48.375 47.875 48.900 48.425 193.575 Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.350 49.325 49.375 49.375 197.425 49.075 49.000 49.050 49.225 196.350 48.775 48.925 48.675 48.950 195.325 48.625 48.625 48.300 48.750 194.300 48.475 48.275 48.125 49.050 193.925 48.550 48.425 48.275 48.675 193.925 Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.350 49.425 49.375 49.125 197.275 48.950 48.950 48.775 49.150 195.825 49.000 48.825 48.950 49.000 195.775 48.625 48.450 47.825 48.400 193.300 48.675 47.850 47.875 48.500 192.900 48.475 48.075 47.725 48.250 192.525

Team 1. Georgia 2. Penn State 3. Nebraska 4. West Virginia 5. North Carolina 6. NC State Team 1. Missouri T2. Oregon State T2. Georgia 4. Minnesota 5. Iowa 6. North Carolina Team 1. UCLA 2. Georgia 3. LSU 4. NC State 5. Maryland 6. West Virginia

Team 1. Georgia 2. Oregon State 3. Michigan 4. Auburn 5. West Virginia 6. Michigan State

T2nd • Columbia, Mo.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.300 49.125 49.000 49.075 196.500 49.000 49.175 48.875 49.225 196.275 49.150 48.750 49.175 49.200 196.275 48.625 48.800 48.700 48.875 195.000 48.925 48.775 48.400 48.800 194.900 48.875 48.475 48.500 48.900 194.750 Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.400 49.425 48.800 49.200 197.425 49.325 49.425 48.800 49.200 196.750 49.075 48.750 48.875 48.650 195.350 48.700 48.575 48.600 48.875 194.750 48.925 48.625 47.025 48.625 193.200 48.650 47.775 47.075 49.000 192.500 Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.300 49.300 49.100 49.400 197.100 49.125 49.300 48.950 49.075 196.450 49.300 49.050 48.750 49.225 196.325 49.325 48.900 49.975 48.900 196.100 49.200 48.925 48.825 48.950 195.900 49.000 48.900 48.325 47.825 194.050

2013 Corvallis Regional Team 1. Georgia 2. Arkansas 3. Arizona State 4. Oregon State 5. Boise State 6. California

1st • Raleigh, N.C.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.400 49.550 49.225 197.700 49.250 48.800 48.525 49.225 195.800 49.100 48.575 48.925 48.850 195.450 48.750 48.250 48.350 48.875 194.225 49.100 47.750 48.350 48.925 194.125 48.875 48.600 47.175 49.150 193.800

Vault 49.250 49.250 49.225 49.250 49.125 49.175

Bars 49.275 49.150 48.475 47.525 48.800 48.975

2014 Athens Regional Team 1. Michigan 2. Georgia 3. Central Michigan 4. Ohio State 5. NC State 6. Rutgers

Floor 49.425 49.250 49.150 49.325 48.700 48.850

Total 197.425 196.950 195.700 195.375 195.350 195.125

2nd • Athens, Ga.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.200 49.275 48.700 49.575 196.750 49.425 49.600 48.475 48.875 196.375 48.575 48.800 49.000 49.225 195.600 48.900 48.975 48.225 49.000 195.100 48.850 48.150 48.425 49.125 194.550 48.800 47.850 48.325 48.775 193.750

2015 Berkeley Regional Team 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Cal 4. Boise State 5. Utah State 6. BYU

1st • Corvallis, Ore.

Beam 49.475 49.300 48.850 49.275 48.725 48.125

1st • Berkeley, Calif.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.400 49.325 48.950 49.350 197.025 49.500 49.075 48.625 49.375 196.575 49.275 49.150 49.150 48.875 196.000 49.200 48.650 48.450 49.075 195.375 48.900 48.575 48.850 48.825 195.150 49.025 48.600 48.150 48.375 194.150

2016 Athens Regional

2nd • Athens, Ga.

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. LSU 49.400 49.300 49.150 49.450 197.300 2. Georgia 49.275 49.250 49.025 49.300 196.850 3. Oregon State 48.900 48.975 49.125 49.000 196.000 4. Arizona 48.775 49.100 49.000 49.025 195.900 5. George Washington 49.075 48.825 48.725 48.925 195.550 6. Michigan State 48.575 48.950 48.675 49.150 195.350

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.250 49.500 49.575 49.450 197.775 48.500 49.175 49.050 49.050 195.775 48.825 49.150 48.800 48.925 195.700 49.175 48.850 47.950 49.175 195.150 48.675 48.700 48.250 48.700 194.325 48.650 48.950 48.400 48.200 194.200

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NCAA Championship History 1984

9th • Los Angeles, Calif.

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Utah 47.200 47.300 45.300 46.250 186.050 2. UCLA 47.150 47.100 44.850 46.450 185.550 3. Cal State Fullerton 46.600 47.300 44.400 45.600 183.900 4. Arizona State 46.700 46.900 43.900 46.150 183.650 5. Florida 45.400 46.300 44.450 46.050 182.200 6. Alabama 45.100 46.000 44.650 45.050 180.800 7. Penn State 45.950 46.650 44.150 43.700 179.450 8. Washington 45.100 43.900 44.350 45.200 178.550 9. Georgia 45.050 44.350 43.350 44.850 177.600 10. Arizona 45.100 45.800 41.650 44.350 176.900

1985

7th • Salt Lake City, Utah

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Utah 46.800 47.050 47.050 46.450 188.350 2. Arizona State 47.300 45.900 46.350 47.050 186.600 3. Florida 46.600 46.000 45.150 46.550 148.300 4. Alabama 46.450 46.250 45.950 45.400 184.050 5. Cal State Fullerton 46.950 45.900 44.800 45.850 183.500 6. Oregon State 45.700 45.150 46.000 46.300 183.150 7. Georgia 45.400 45.500 45.450 44.550 180.900 8. Ohio State 46.300 45.100 42.950 45.400 179.750 9. Penn State 45.650 44.750 43.400 45.250 179.000 10. Oklahoma 45.000 43.950 43.250 45.150 177.400

1986

4th • Gainesville, Fla.

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Utah 47.250 46.700 46.500 46.500 186.950 2. Arizona State 47.600 46.350 46.350 46.400 186.700 3. Alabama 47.200 46.600 46.800 45.750 186.350 4. Georgia 46.450 46.250 45.950 45.400 184.050 5. Cal State Fullerton 46.750 46.750 45.700 45.850 185.000 6. Penn State 46.500 45.900 44.550 45.750 182.700 7. UCLA 45.600 45.600 45.200 45.300 181.700 8. Florida 46.250 45.350 45.250 44.450 181.300 9. LSU 46.550 44.750 44.700 44.550 180.550 10. Ohio State 45.900 43.850 42.600 43.450 177.800

1987

Team 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. UCLA 4. Alabama 5. Arizona State 6. Florida 7. LSU 8. Ohio State 9. Washington 10. Nebraska 11. Arizona 12. Oregon State

1988

Team 1. Alabama 2. Utah 3. UCLA 4. LSU 5. Georgia 6. Florida 7. Oregon 8. Arizona State 9. Arizona 10. Nebraska 11. Penn State 12. Michigan State

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1st • Salt Lake City, Utah

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 46.900 46.950 47.400 46.650 187.900 47.050 47.250 46.450 46.800 187.550 47.500 46.750 45.800 46.950 187.000 46.950 46.850 45.750 47.050 186.600 46.600 46.350 44.850 46.200 184.000 46.500 46.850 44.050 46.400 183.800 46.750 45.050 43.600 46.100 181.500 46.200 45.200 43.700 45.100 180.200 44.800 46.050 43.600 45.400 179.850 46.000 44.800 43.550 45.150 179.500 45.650 44.550 43.550 45.700 179.450 45.050 42.800 43.050 43.600 177.800

5th • Salt Lake City, Utah

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 47.200 47.750 47.650 47.450 190.050 47.750 47.350 47.350 47.050 189.500 47.750 47.050 46.850 47.150 188.800 47.600 46.150 47.100 47.050 187.900 47.900 46.800 45.900 46.200 186.800 46.700 46.950 45.850 47.150 186.650 47.050 46.200 46.750 46.500 186.500 46.600 46.500 45.400 46.600 185.100 47.000 46.200 45.850 44.950 184.000 46.900 45.650 44.850 46.150 183.550 46.250 45.300 43.250 44.900 179.700 44.850 44.650 44.450 44.850 178.800

1989

1st • Athens, Ga.

1990

3rd • Athens, Ga.

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Georgia 47.950 48.300 47.900 48.500 192.650 2. UCLA 48.550 48.100 47.300 48.650 192.600 3. Alabama 48.400 48.350 47.150 48.200 192.100 4. Nebraska 48.000 47.650 47.450 47.700 190.800 5. Utah 47.500 48.100 47.200 47.400 190.200 6. Cal State Fullerton 47.400 47.450 47.050 47.550 189.450 T7. Arizona State 47.350 46.750 46.800 47.000 187.900 T7. Oregon State 47.050 46.450 47.200 47.200 187.900 9. Oklahoma 46.950 48.000 45.450 46.650 187.050 10. Florida 47.200 47.750 44.750 47.300 187.000 11. Arizona 46.800 47.000 45.850 46.850 186.500 12. Ohio State 46.600 47.300 46.150 46.350 186.400

Team Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 1. Utah 48.975 49.050 48.050 48.825 194.900 2. Alabama 49.050 48.725 48.725 48.075 194.575 3. Georgia 48.125 48.675 47.850 48.575 193.225 4. UCLA 48.350 48.300 48.575 47.875 193.100 5. Nebraska 48.375 48.675 47.175 48.00 192.225 6. LSU 48.400 48.400 47.050 48.250 192.100 7. Oregon State 48.075 47.650 46.625 47.600 189.950 8. Cal State Fullerton 47.300 47.600 46.900 47.900 189.700 9. Towson 46.875 47.425 46.775 46.900 187.975 10. Florida 47.025 47.425 45.875 46.850 187.175 10. Arizona 47.875 47.550 45.700 46.050 187.175 12. Ohio State 46.650 46.825 44.375 45.800 183.650

1991

Team 1. Alabama 2. Utah 3. Georgia 4. Oregon State 5. Penn State 6. Florida 7. LSU 8. BYU T9. Arizona State T9. Auburn 11. Arizona 12. Utah State

1992

Team 1. Utah 2. Georgia 3. Alabama 4. Penn State 5. Arizona 6. Oregon State 7. Arizona State 8. California 9. UCLA 10. Stanford 11. Florida 12. BYU

3rd • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.075 48.575 48.675 48.800 195.125 48.475 48.650 48.475 48.775 194.375 48.525 49.025 47.500 48.325 193.375 48.200 48.325 48.125 47.700 192.350 48.300 48.025 47.025 47.600 190.950 46.750 47.800 47.725 47.425 189.700 47.900 47.700 46.225 46.775 186.600 47.650 47.250 46.050 46.750 187.700 47.125 47.500 46.200 46.825 187.650 47.225 48.050 46.375 46.000 187.650 47.475 47.825 45.550 46.625 187.475 46.800 46.850 45.450 46.850 185.950

2nd • St. Paul, Minn.

Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.000 49.400 48.275 48.975 195.650 49.100 48.250 48.450 48.800 194.600 48.725 48.875 47.675 48.075 193.350 48.125 48.400 47.975 48.275 192.775 48.550 48.675 48.075 46.650 191.950 48.650 47.500 46.800 48.425 191.375 47.975 47.500 46.800 48.425 191.375 47.175 47.825 48.250 47.475 190.725 47.175 48.400 46.300 47.950 189.825 47.425 47.675 46.725 47.275 189.100 46.150 48.025 47.300 47.250 188.725 47.175 47.100 46.200 47.300 187.775


1993

1st • Corvallis, Ore.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. UCLA 4. Oregon State 5. Michigan 6. Florida

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.125 49.575 48.275 49.425 196.400 48.925 49.200 47.975 49.175 195.275 48.375 48.900 48.650 48.200 194.125 48.250 47.550 48.850 48.775 193.425 48.350 48.975 47.100 48.625 193.125 48.050 49.100 47.525 48.275 192.950

Super Six Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Utah 4. UCLA 5. Auburn 6. Arizona

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.725 49.750 48.925 49.600 198.000 49.175 49.025 49.325 49.300 196.825 49.200 48.875 48.450 49.300 195.825 48.650 49.225 48.250 48.800 194.925 48.725 49.075 48.075 48.850 194.725 48.725 49.075 47.800 48.475 194.075

1994

3rd • Salt Lake City, Utah

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. UCLA 3. Michigan 4. BYU 5. Washington 6. New Hampshire

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.225 48.275 48.450 49.100 195.050 49.150 48.350 47.700 48.500 193.700 48.850 48.050 48.325 48.250 193.475 48.575 48.000 47.475 48.275 192.325 48.150 46.750 47.550 48.075 190.525 47.475 46.075 46.825 48.075 188.450

Super Six Team 1. Utah 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. Michigan 5. UCLA 6. Florida

3rd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.325 48.300 49.250 196.400 49.050 49.350 48.950 49.000 196.350 49.325 49.275 48.075 49.175 195.850 49.125 48.400 48.950 48.675 195.150 49.350 48.250 48.450 48.925 194.975 48.775 48.275 48.975 48.825 194.850

1995

5th • Athens, Ga.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. Michigan 3. Utah 4. LSU 5. Nebraska 6. West Virginia

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.600 48.950 48.725 49.550 196.825 49.450 48.850 48.600 48.800 195.700 48.950 48.125 49.125 49.125 195.325 48.625 47.900 47.850 48.650 193.025 48.600 46.975 47.750 48.425 191.750 48.375 47.025 46.525 47.725 189.650

Super Six Team 1. Utah T2. Michigan T2. Alabama 4. UCLA 5. Georgia 6. Oregon State

5th Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.050 49.250 49.100 49.250 196.650 49.250 49.025 48.975 49.175 196.425 49.475 49.000 49.100 48.850 196.425 49.025 48.700 49.250 49.175 196.150 49.550 48.800 48.400 49.325 196.075 48.700 48.650 49.200 48.300 194.850

1996

T3rd • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. UCLA 3. Michigan 4. Nebraska 5. Penn State 6. BYU

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.400 49.175 49.025 48.800 196.400 48.875 48.825 48.925 48.675 195.300 49.475 48.125 48.125 48.250 193.975 48.650 48.950 47.900 48.450 193.950 48.250 48.425 47.800 48.225 192.700 48.125 47.950 47.724 48.700 192.500

Super Six Team 1. Alabama 2. UCLA T3. Georgia T3. Utah 5. Oregon State 6. Michigan

T3rd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.775 49.475 49.150 49.625 198.025 49.450 49.250 49.500 49.275 197.475 49.675 49.575 49.400 49.125 196.775 49.250 49.200 49.150 49.175 196.775 49.475 49.175 48.925 48.950 196.525 49.300 49.000 48.975 49.100 196.375

1997

NCAA Championship History 3rd • Gainesville, Fla.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. UCLA T3. Nebraska T3. Utah 5. Penn State 6. LSU

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.400 49.275 49.125 49.275 197.075 49.275 49.275 48.925 48.950 196.425 49.200 49.175 48.775 48.875 196.025 49.025 49.075 49.250 48.675 196.025 48.800 48.574 48.325 48.600 194.300 48.650 47.875 48.850 48.450 193.825

Super Six Team 1. UCLA 2. Arizona State 3. Georgia 4. Michigan 5. Florida 6. Nebraska

3rd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.300 49.525 49.200 49.125 197.150 49.300 49.125 49.275 49.150 196.850 49.650 49.625 48.125 49.200 196.600 49.425 49.425 48.775 48.875 196.500 49.325 48.900 49.225 48.975 196.425 48.825 49.225 48.550 48.650 195.250

1998

1st • Los Angeles, Calif.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Arizona State 4. Michigan 5. NC State 6. BYU

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.300 49.575 49.350 49.600 197.825 49.100 49.200 48.875 49.300 196.475 48.850 49.100 48.475 49.025 195.450 49.150 49.400 47.725 49.150 195.425 48.300 48.075 48.825 49.925 194.125 47.900 48.725 47.950 48.825 193.400

Super Six Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Alabama 4. Utah 5. UCLA 6. Arizona State

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.600 49.450 49.300 49.375 197.725 49.300 49.075 48.600 49.375 196.350 48.925 49.300 48.875 49.200 196.300 48.475 49.375 49.075 49.100 196.025 49.200 49.400 47.650 49.500 195.750 49.000 48.250 48.875 49.325 195.450

1999

1st • Salt Lake City, Utah

Semifinal Session II Team 1. Georgia 2. Michigan 3. Nebraska 4. Utah 5. Penn State 6. Florida

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.300 49.175 49.400 49.150 197.025 48.800 49.175 49.225 49.375 196.575 48.925 48.950 49.075 49.275 196.225 48.950 49.250 48.050 49.225 195.475 48.550 48.950 48.600 48.675 194.775 48.675 48.550 47.950 48.825 194.000

Super Six Team 1. Georgia 2. Michigan 3. Alabama 4. Arizona State 5. UCLA 6. Nebraska

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.400 48.925 49.275 49.250 196.850 49.225 49.275 49.000 49.050 196.550 49.125 49.150 48.650 49.025 195.950 48.600 49.150 48.950 49.200 195.900 49.175 49.125 48.575 48.975 195.850 49.000 48.350 48.475 48.975 194.800

2000

3rd • Boise, Idaho

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Alabama 4. LSU 5. Oregon State 6. BYU

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.050 48.950 49.350 196.775 49.050 48.925 49.050 49.225 196.125 49.450 49.200 48.650 49.125 196.075 49.000 48.850 48.175 48.925 194.950 48.825 48.325 48.550 49.050 194.750 48.875 48.575 48.325 48.725 194.500

Super Six Team 1. UCLA 2. Utah 3. Georgia 4. Nebraska 5. Alabama 6. Michigan

3rd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.450 49.350 49.125 49.375 197.300 49.400 49.000 49.125 49.350 196.875 49.475 49.025 48.800 49.500 196.800 49.150 49.250 48.975 49.350 196.725 49.275 49.150 48.925 49.150 196.500 49.375 48.975 48.100 49.275 195.725

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NCAA Championship History 2001

2nd • Athens, Ga.

Semifinal Session II Team 1 Georgia 2 Utah 3 Nebraska 4 Stanford 5 Arizona State 6 Denver

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.400 49.075 49.175 49.450 197.100 48.875 48.975 49.425 49.300 196.575 48.800 49.200 49.050 49.150 196.200 48.825 48.675 48.725 49.175 195.400 48.900 48.525 48.300 49.050 194.775 48.425 48.325 48.375 48.500 193.625

Super Six Team 1. UCLA 2. Georgia 3. Michigan 4. Alabama T5. Utah T5. Nebraska

2nd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.450 49.125 49.575 49.425 197.575 49.500 49.250 49.275 49.375 197.400 49.375 49.275 49.250 49.375 197.275 48.975 49.100 49.175 49.300 196.550 48.900 49.150 48.675 49.300 196.025 49.050 49.150 48.650 49.175 196.025

2002

2nd • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Utah 2. Georgia 3. Nebraska 4. Michigan 5. LSU 6. Arizona

2nd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.100 48.950 49.450 49.275 196.775 49.200 49.000 49.300 49.150 196.650 49.300 49.150 49.050 49.075 196.575 49.225 48.500 49.200 49.250 196.175 48.925 48.750 48.800 49.375 195.850 48.825 48.700 48.475 48.975 194.975

Super Six Team 1. Alabama 2. Georgia 3. UCLA 4. Utah 5. Nebraska 6. Stanford

2nd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.325 49.450 49.375 49.425 197.575 49.250 49.325 49.375 49.300 197.250 49.325 49.375 49.150 49.300 197.150 49.175 49.300 49.350 49.125 196.950 49.075 49.425 48.750 49.175 196.425 49.075 48.925 49.000 49.025 196.025

2003

3rd • Lincoln, Neb.

Semifinal Session II Team 1. Nebraska 2. Utah 3. Georgia 4. Florida 5. Stanford 6. Auburn

3rd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.375 49.225 49.225 49.500 197.325 49.350 49.250 49.125 49.125 196.850 49.275 49.150 48.950 49.250 196.625 48.975 49.000 49.225 49.125 196.325 49.150 48.975 49.200 48.875 196.200 48.350 48.000 48.400 48.775 193.525

Super Six Team 1. UCLA 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. Nebraska 5. Michigan 6. Utah

3rd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.350 49.450 49.525 49.500 197.825 49.225 49.425 49.250 49.375 197.275 49.225 49.350 49.300 49.275 197.150 49.550 48.800 49.400 49.375 197.125 48.950 48.800 49.075 49.225 196.050 49.225 48.675 48.350 49.050 195.300

2004

2nd • Los Angeles, Calif.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Florida 1. Stanford 3. Georgia 4. Nebraska 5. Oklahoma 6. Iowa

3rd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.375 49.000 49.125 49.350 196.850 49.050 49.350 48.975 49.475 196.850 49.225 49.250 48.975 49.225 196.775 49.250 49.125 48.875 48.900 196.150 49.200 48.725 48.600 49.225 195.750 48.950 48.725 47.800 49.300 194.775

Super Six Team 1. UCLA 2. Georgia T3. Alabama T3. Stanford 5. Florida 6. Utah

2nd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.425 49.600 49.575 198.125 49.425 49.125 49.200 49.450 197.200 49.375 49.050 49.225 49.475 197.125 49.350 49.200 49.250 49.325 197.125 49.400 48.800 49.300 49.300 196.800 49.150 48.325 49.225 49.175 195.875

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Georgia won the first of five straight NCAA titles in 2005.

2005

1st • Auburn, Ala.

Semifinal Session II Team 1. Georgia 2. UCLA 3. Alabama 4. Florida 5. Iowa State 6. BYU

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.350 49.375 49.225 49.400 197.350 49.100 49.150 49.325 49.450 197.025 49.050 49.375 49.150 49.425 197.000 48.950 49.050 49.150 49.075 196.225 49.175 48.650 48.825 49.325 195.975 48.550 48.425 48.700 48.950 194.625

Super Six Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Utah 4. UCLA 5. Michigan 6. Nebraska

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.575 49.375 49.350 49.525 197.825 49.625 49.325 48.850 49.600 197.400 49.375 49.375 49.250 49.275 197.275 49.450 49.275 48.925 49.500 197.150 49.050 49.225 48.900 49.400 196.575 49.000 49.150 49.075 49.200 196.425

2006

1st • Corvallis, Ore.

Semifinal Session II Team 1. Georgia 2. Iowa State 3. Florida 4 . Arizona State 5. Oregon State 6. Arkansas

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.150 49.400 49.375 49.350 197.275 49.050 49 .075 48.825 49.300 196.250 48.925 49.000 48.925 49.375 196.225 48.850 49.050 48.725 48.950 195.575 48.675 48.775 48.600 49.100 195.150 48.225 48.750 48.425 48.975 194.375

Super Six Team 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Alabama 4. Florida 5. Nebraska 6. Iowa St.

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.650 49.475 49.200 49.425 197.750 49.350 48.950 49.325 49.175 196.800 49.400 49.300 48.650 49.375 196.725 48.975 49.175 48.975 49.150 196.275 49.050 48.875 48.950 49.300 196.175 47.850 49.000 48.900 48.975 194.725

2007

1st • Salt Lake City, Utah

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Nebraska 4. Oklahoma 5. Alabama 6. Oregon State

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.400 49.350 49.425 197.700 49.250 49.300 49.425 49.425 197.400 49.350 49.000 49.100 49.175 196.625 49.350 48.800 48.925 49.175 196.250 49.050 49.125 49.100 48.850 196.125 49.150 48.525 48.675 48.750 195.100

Super Six Team 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Florida 4. UCLA 5. Stanford 6. Nebraska

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.425 49.325 49.575 197.850 49.375 49.100 49.400 49.375 197.250 49.400 49.275 49.225 49.325 197.225 49.400 49.100 49.150 49.275 196.925 49.225 49.100 49.250 49.250 196.825 49.325 48.925 48.825 48.900 195.975


2008

1st • Athens, Ga.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Nebraska 4. Oklahoma 5. Alabama 6. Oregon State

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.525 49.400 49.350 49.425 197.700 49.250 49.300 49.425 49.425 197.400 49.350 49.000 49.100 49.175 196.625 49.350 48.800 48.925 49.175 196.250 49.050 49.125 49.100 48.850 196.125 49.150 48.525 48.675 48.750 195.100

Super Six Team 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Stanford 4. Florida 5. LSU 6. Alabama

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.225 49.375 49.375 49.475 197.450 49.400 49.350 49.100 49.275 197.125 49.125 49.225 49.175 49.225 196.750 49.400 49.050 48.850 49.400 196.700 49.225 49.200 48.800 49.125 196.350 49.100 49.075 48.425 49.525 196.125

2009

1st • Lincoln, Neb.

Semifinal Session II Team 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Stanford 4. UCLA 5. Michigan 6. Denver

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.375 49.500 49.350 49.400 197.625 49.400 49.300 49.050 49.200 196.950 49.200 49.325 49.200 49.175 196.900 49.250 49.475 48.800 49.200 196.725 48.950 49.375 48.650 49.100 196.075 48.625 48.850 47.950 48.775 194.200

Super Six Team 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Utah 4. Florida 5. Arkansas 6. LSU

1st Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.625 49.425 49.200 49.575 197.825 49.425 49.325 49.325 49.500 197.575 49.525 49.275 49.175 49.450 197.425 49.000 49.150 49.200 48.375 196.725 49.325 48.975 48.925 49.250 196.475 49.275 49.100 48.700 49.300 196.375

2011

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Oklahoma 2. Michigan 3. UCLA T4. Georgia T4. Arkansas 6. Illinois

2012

Semifinal Session II Team 1. Alabama 2. Florida 3. Arkansas 4. Ohio State 5. Georgia 6. Oregon State

T9th • Cleveland, Ohio

T4th Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.225 49.375 49.175 49.000 196.775 49.325 49.375 48.750 49.250 196.700 49.450 49.350 48.375 49.325 196.500 49.250 49.075 48.700 48.425 195.450 49.150 48.575 48.450 49.275 195.450 49.175 48.825 47.950 49.150 195.100

2014

NCAA Championship History 5th • Birmingham, Ala.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Oklahoma 2. Georgia 3. LSU 4. Stanford 5. Michigan 6. Illinois

2nd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.325 49.250 49.350 49.575 197.500 49.350 49.300 49.200 49.450 197.300 49.350 49.225 49.175 49.350 197.100 49.025 49.300 49.250 49.025 196.600 49.300 49.325 48.350 49.450 196.425 49.075 48.725 48.800 49.200 195.800

Super Six Team T1. Florida T1. Oklahoma 3. LSU 4. Alabama 5. Georgia 6. Nebraska

5th Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.450 49.600 49.500 49.625 198.175 49.550 49.500 49.525 49.600 198.175 49.325 49.400 49.325 49.550 197.600 49.475 49.550 48.850 49.675 197.550 49.275 49.525 49.075 49.175 197.550 49.275 48.875 49.125 49.225 196.550

2015

Semifinal Session I Team T1. Florida T1. Utah 3. Stanford 4. Michigan 5. Georgia 6. UCLA

2016

9th • Fort Worth, Texas

5th Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.375 49.450 49.275 49.375 197.475 49.450 49.500 49.175 49.350 197.475 49.050 49.575 49.300 49.250 197.175 49.175 48.225 49.250 49.375 197.025 49.100 49.350 48.900 49.250 196.600 49.000 49.250 49.200 48.950 196.400

6th • Fort Worth, Texas

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Florida 2. LSU 3. Georgia 4. Stanford 5. Auburn 6. Minnesota

3rd Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.350 49.475 49.350 49.300 197.475 49.3375 49.325 49.300 49.375 197.3375 49.275 49.375 49.1125 48.9625 196.725 49.150 49.025 48.475 48.925 195.575 48.9625 48.0875 48.150 48.900 195.100 49.0375 47.6625 49.250 49.0375 194.9875

Super Six Team 1. Oklahoma 2. LSU 3. Alabama 4. Florida 5. UCLA 6. Georgia

6th Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.225 49.450 49.425 49.575 197.675 49.525 49.125 49.3375 49.4625 197.450 49.325 49.2875 49.450 49.375 197.4375 49.325 49.450 49.2125 49.3625 197.350 49.0875 49.100 49.4375 49.200 196.825 49.2125 49.1875 49.3625 49.050 196.8

11th • Duluth, Ga.

5th Vault Bars Beam Floor Total 49.400 49.400 49.600 49.275 197.675 49.575 49.450 49.350 49.275 197.650 49.275 49.275 49.450 49.150 197.150 49.175 48.975 49.225 49.150 196.525 49.600 49.400 48.275 49.225 196.500 49.050 49.150 49.300 48.975 196.475

2013

6th • Los Angeles, Calif.

Semifinal Session I Team 1. Florida 2. LSU 3. Georgia 4. Minnesota 5. Illinois 6. Stanford

Vault 49.450 49.500 49.450 49.175 48.850 48.950

Bars 49.525 49.475 49.500 48.825 48.675 48.200

Beam 49.475 49.000 48.975 49.175 48.975 48.525

Floor 49.325 49.350 49.225 49.200 49.200 49.025

3rd Total 197.775 197.325 197.150 196.375 195.700 194.700

Super Six Team 1. Florida 2. Oklahoma 3. Alabama 4. UCLA 5. LSU 6. Georgia

Vault 49.500 49.125 49.250 49.100 49.175 49.200

Bars 49.475 49.375 49.375 49.375 49.200 49.200

Beam 48.875 49.475 49.225 49.175 49.125 49.225

Floor 49.725 49.400 49.500 49.450 49.550 49.050

6th Total 197.575 197.375 197.350 197.100 197.050 196.675

Gigi Marino led the Gymdogs onto the floor at the 2016 Super Six.

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Letterwinners A

Abel, Shannon Ackerman, Jamie Alicea, Lisa Andersen, Brooke Angeles, Leslie Arnold, Jasmine Arnold, Kim

B

Babalis, Vivi Baimbridge, Melinda Bair, Cassie Baker, Janelle Ballard, Julie Banales, Gina Beasley, Theresa Beathard, Jenni Bedelle, Christy Benner, Martha Bennetts, Bekah Birgel, Coleman Blackshear, Jackie Bluett, Kristi Bodel, Jennifer Bowen, Bonnie Bowers, Audrey Box, Mariel Box, Mary Beth Bradford, Caroline Braucher, Cindy Breazeal, Kati Bridgers, Emily Brown, Gay Brown, Kiera Brown, Leah Brown, Sharon Brown, Shelley Broussard, Ashlyn Burns, Paige Byrd, Chelsa

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Campbell, Ellen Cantrell, Dianne Carbone, Jennifer Carney, Shelly Cato, Sue Cheek, Lindsey Chell, Emily Cherrey, Gracie Childs, Nikki Clifton, Jackie Collantes, Theresa Cook, Stacy Couch, Noel Crawley, Beth Curry, Amanda

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Daniel, Melanie Davis, Caren Davis, Chelsea DeMasi, Debbie DePaoli, Melissa

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1988 2003 1990-92 1997-2000 1994-97 2015-16 1995-98 2015-16 2002 2000-03 1974 1995-98 1985-88 1973 1996-99 1991 1980-81 2011-12 1980 1974 1995 1981 1977-80 2005-08 2009-12 2013-16 2016 1977-80 2010-13 2006 1975-76 2014-15 1994-97 1973 1973 2014-16 2006-09 2001-04 1973 1977-81 1990-93 1981-83 1975-76 2011-14 1999 2016 2005-08 1979-80 1975 1982-85 2010-13 1978-79 1998-2001 1981 1973 2012-15 1988 1989-90

Dewey, Andrea Diaz, Eileen Ding, Kat Dishman, Adrienne Donne, Cathy Dowlen, Megan Dwyer, Kathy

E

Earls, Kaylan Eckert, Terri Emmons, Michelle Ericksen, Kelsey

F

Farris, Terrie Fay, Sharon Fernandez, Deanne Finney, Denise Fishman, Lisa Fjordholm, Marie Flammer, Monica Fortunato, Christi Fritzinger, Cory Froelich, Susan

G

Galloway, Stacey Garcia, Virginia Gay, Donna Gibson, Cheryl Gingrich, Anna Greco, Debbie Griffith, Marti

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Hall, Barb Harden, Laura Hardy, Leah Harrell, Sennie Harris, Caroline Hastey, Jackie Haynes, Terri Heenan, Katie Hemstetter, Joyce Herman, Leigh Hires, Cat Hitt, Jodi Hoellman, April Hood, Cindy Hunte, Demetria

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Jackson, Jana Jay, Brandie Johnson, Lauren Johnson, Lauren Johnson, Yvonne Jones, Judi Jones, Laurie

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Kenemer, Lynne Kirby, Whitney Klick, Julie

1992-95 1999-02 2009-12 2005-07 1975 2005-08 1989-90 2011-14 1984-87 2002-05 2004-07 1975 1978 1980-81 1975-76 1982 2003 2000 2007-08 2001-04 1975-76 1996-99 1977 1973 1973 2000 1986-89 1979 1978-79 1975-76 1982-83 1980-81 1997-2000 1983-86 1981-83 2005-08 1982-83 1988 2011-14 1973 1999 1974-76 2012-15 1984-85 2013-16 2007-10 2014-16 1977 1975-76 1982-85 1976-77 2012-14 1984-87

Kozar, Paulee Kraemer, Mary Kupets, Ashley Kupets, Courtney Kurc, Lisa

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Leutner, Dee Lewis, Morgan Lichey, Karin Lichey, Kristi Logan, Nneka Lowery, Emily Lutz, Susie

M

Macy, Kelly Maheu, Paula Margolin, Dina Marino, Gigi Mathis, Donna Mauro, Hilary Maurone, Danielle McAllister, Sydney McComb, Cassidy McCool, Courtney McGuinn, Maggie McMinn, Kathy Messer, Lynn Miller, Ashley Moffatt, Laura Muckenfuss, Carol Muhleman, Samantha Mullins, Gwyn

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Nehama, Robin Neibel, Kathy Newby, Marcia Nuccio, Gina

O

O’Neil, Katie Oppenheimer, Becky Origer, Susie Overstreet, Kathy

P

Pappas, Stephanie Parsons, Terri Persinger, Sarah Pfister, Camille Phelps, Susan Phillips, Carol Ponstein, Julie Pratt, Courtney Pruitt, Breasha

R

Reiff, Laurie Reynolds, Morgan Roberts, Beth Rodis, Chris Rogers, Brittany Rowe, Kinsey

1977-78 1976-77 2004-07 2006-09 1994-97 1979-80 1984-85 1996-99 1998-2001 1992-95 1973 1973 1991-94 1986-89 1988 2015-16 1973 2008-11 1999-2001 1984-85 2008-11 2007-09 1975-76 1981-84 1988-89 2003 2011-12 1976-77 1996-99 1973 1982-83 1981-82 2007-10 2009-12 1995 1978-80 1985-88 1982-83

Rowlette, Sandy Royce, Sophia Rutherford, Breanne

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Sanders, Hayley Sapunar, Sierra Schick, Rachel Schuler, Tanya Sears, Suzanne Sessions, Michelle Sessler, Lauren Sheehan, Samantha Shotwell, Cathy Shrieves, Kathleen Simpkins, Agina Simpson, Loren Singletary, Stacy Smith, Brittany Smock, Laura Snead, Sydney Snyder, Courtney Spivey, Hope Stack, Abby Stephens, Marline Stepp, Heather Still, Debbie Strong, Lori Stryker, Sherri Sullivan, Blair Sullivan, Keri Lee Suttles, Nancy

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Tanella, Christa Taylor, Grace Taylor, Laine Thatcher, Stephanie Thomas, Andrea Thome, Brittany Thompson, Jodi Tilton, Traci Tolnay, Tiffany Trani, Amber

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Unick, Anysia 1983 1978-79 2012-15 2012 1974 1973-75 1989-90 2005 2003 1982-85 2014-16 2014-16 1989-90 2014-16 2001-04

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Vaculik, Natalie Vexler, Talya

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Waggoner, Lisa Wener, Lucy Whittle, Courtney Winten, Audrie Worley, Shayla Wright, Corrinne

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Zobler, Linda

1990-93 1989-90 2000-02 2015-16 2001-04 2014-16 1987-89 1998-2001 1985-88 2007-10 2005 1977-80 1998-2001 1992-95 2001-04 1983 2003-06 1974 2016 1993-94 1991-94 2006-09 2001-02, 04 1990-93 1990 1993-96 1985 2000 2003 1978 2010-13 2007-10 1976-77 1974 1987-90 2004 1984-85 1990-92 2006-09 2009 2013 2015-16 1999-02 1982 1986-89 1997-98 1974 2010-13 1987-90

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