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  • 2015 SEC GymnasticsJill Skotarczak, Assistant Director of Communications (Gymnastics Contact)jskotarczak@sec.org Twitter: SEC_Jill NCAA Championships April 17-19, 2015

    2015 SEC Gymnastics Awards SEC Gymnastics Standings

    2015 SEC Championship Team Results

    Team SEC Pct. Overall Pct. HighLSU 7-0 1.000 24-2 .923 198.375Alabama 5-2 .714 20-3 .870 197.800Florida 5-2 .714 17-5 .773 198.225Auburn 3-4 .429 10-8 .556 197.750Georgia 3-4 .429 13-10 .565 197.450Kentucky 3-4 .429 7-17 .292 196.575Arkansas 2-5 .286 9-11 .450 196.650Missouri 0-7 .000 9-16 .360 196.150

    Gymnast of the Year: Kytra Hunter, FloridaEvent Specialist of the Year: Lloimincia Hall, LSUCo-Freshmen of the Year: Paige Zaziski, Arkansas & Kennedy Baker, FloridaScholar-Athlete of the Year: Katelyn Trevino, MissouriCo-Coaches of the Year: Jeff Graba, Auburn and D-D Breaux, LSU

    All-SEC Team Lauren Beers Alabama Kaitlyn Clark Alabama Keely McNeer Alabama Carley Sims Alabama Heather Elswick Arkansas Amanda Wellick Arkansas Paige Zaziski Arkansas Lexus Demers Auburn Abby Milliet Auburn Megan Walker Auburn Kennedy Baker Florida Claire Boyce Florida Bridgette Caquatto Florida Kytra Hunter Florida Alex McMurtry Florida Bridget Sloan Florida Gigi Marino Georgia Mary Beth Box Georgia Rachel Schick Georgia Brittany Rogers Georgia Taylor Puryear Kentucky Sydney Waltz Kentucky Rheaghan Courville LSU Lloimincia Hall LSU Myia Hambrick LSU Jessie Jordan LSU Laura Kappler Missouri

    All-Freshman Team Paige Zaziski Arkansas Abby Milliet Auburn Kennedy Baker Florida Alex McMurtry Florida Gigi Marino Georgia Natalie Vaculik Georgia Cori Rechenmacher Kentucky Sydney Waltz Kentucky Myia Hambrick LSU Becca Schugel Missouri

    1. Alabama .........................................................................197.5252. LSU ................................................................................. 197.4503. Florida ............................................................................197.4004. Auburn ...........................................................................196.9255. Georgia ..........................................................................196.0006. Arkansas .........................................................................195.9507. Missouri .........................................................................195.7008. Kentucky ........................................................................195.025

    NCAA Championships ScheduleFriday, April 17, 1 p.m. CT Semifinal I

    No. 2 seed Florida (Morgantown Regional Winner)No. 3 Utah (Berkeley Regional Runner-Up)No. 6 Michigan (Columbus Regional Runner-Up)No. 7 UCLA (Columbus Regional Winner)No. 10 Georgia (Berkeley Regional Winner)No. 11 Stanford (Morgantown Regional Runner-Up)

    Friday, April 17, 7 p.m. Semifinal IINo. 1 Oklahoma (Norman Regional Winner)No. 4 LSU (Ames Regional Winner)No. 5 Alabama (Auburn Regional Winner)No. 8 Auburn (Auburn Regional Runner-Up)No. 9 Nebraska (Ames Regional Runner-Up)No. 12 Oregon State (Norman Regional Runner-Up)

    Saturday, April 18, 6 p.m. Super Six

  • Media Services SEC Gymnastics Fast Facts

    SEC Gymnastics Communications SEC Gymnastics Weekly Honors

    2015 SEC Gymnastics ChampionshipThe 2015 SEC Gymnastics Championship will be held March 21 at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga. Media representatives wishing to cover this event should contact Jill Skotarczak (jskotarczak@sec.org) in the SECCommunica-tions Office.

    Gymnasts of the WeekThe SEC will announce a Gymnast of the Week, Specialist of the Week and Freshman of the Week each Tuesday begin-ning Jan. 13. Members of the media wishing to receive these announcements should e-mail Jill Skotarczak (jskotarczak@sec.org).

    SECGymnastics on the InternetInformation about Southeastern Conference gymnastics is available on the Internet via the SECs web site http://www.secsports.com. The site will be updated each week, following the completion of the weekly release.

    Southeastern Conference teams have won nine of the last 10 NCAAChampionships, including four consecutive, and 18 NCAAtitles all-time. Three different SECteams - Alabama, Flor-ida and Georgia - have won NCAAGymnastics Championships.

    Florida won its second consecutive NCAAChampionship in 2014. Four SECteams advanced to the Super Six at last sea-sons NCAAChampionship.

    In 1998, the SECentered the record books as the only con-ference ever to sweep the top-three spots at the NCAAmeet (Georgia, Florida and Alabama).

    The SEC has placed at least two teams among the top six in 31 of the possible 33 NCAA Championship events. A record five SEC teams advanced to the NCAA Super Six team final in 2009.

    The SECleads all conferences in NCAAindividual titles (97).

    Georgia leads all NCAAschools in individual titles (40).

    SECstudent-athletes earned 30 All-America honors in 2014.

    The addition of Missouri to the SECin July 2012 brought the number of league institutions sponsoring gymnastics to eight. The 2013 SECGymnastics Championship featured, for the first time, a two-session final.

    SEC Jill Skotarczak (205)458-3000 jskotarczak@sec.org Alabama Roots Woodruff (205) 348-2088 rwoodruff@ia.ua.edu Arkansas Chris Caskey (479) 575-4898 cdcaskey@uark.edu Auburn Chuck Gallina (334) 844-9800 gallica@auburn.edu Florida Mary Howard (352) 375-4683 x 6110 maryh@gators.ufl.edu Georgia Ben Beaty (706) 542-1621 bbeaty@sports.uga.edu Kentucky Charlie Healy (859)257-3838 charlie.healy@uky.edu LSU Jake Terry (225) 578-7678 jterry9@lsu.edu Missouri Kate Lakin (573) 884-8519 lakinke@missouri.edu

    Jan. 13 Gymnast of the Week: Jessie Jordan, LSU Specialist of the Week: Bridget Sloan, FloridaFreshman of the Week: Shauna Miller, MissouriJan. 20 Co-Gymnasts of the Week: Amanda Wellick, Arkansas & Jessie Jordan, LSU Specialist of the Week: Alex McMurtry, FloridaFreshman of the Week:Kennedy Baker, FloridaJan. 27 Gymnast of the Week: Rheagan Courville, LSU Specialist of the Week: Kaitlyn Clark, AlabamaFreshman of the Week:Paige Zaziski, ArkansasFeb. 3 Gymnast of the Week: Kytra Hunter, Florida Specialist of the Week: Brandie Jay, GeorgiaFreshman of the Week:Kennedy Baker, FloridaFeb. 10 Gymnast of the Week: Rheagan Courville, LSU Specialist of the Week: Erin Macadaeg, LSUFreshman of the Week:Ericha Fassbender, FloridaFeb. 17 Gymnast of the Week: Kytra Hunter, Florida Specialist of the Week: MJ Rott, AuburnFreshman of the Week:Paige Zaziski, Arkansas & Kennedy Baker, FloridaFeb. 24 Co-Gymnasts of the Week: Kaitlyn Clark, Alabama & Rheagan Courville, LSU Specialist of the Week: Lloimincia Hall, LSUFreshman of the Week: Alex McMurtry, FloridaMar. 3 Gymnast of the Week: Caitlin Atkinson, Auburn Specialist of the Week: MJ Rott, AuburnFreshman of the Week:Kennedy Baker, FloridaMar. 10 Gymnast of the Week: Kytra Hunter, Florida Specialist of the Week: Rheagan Courville, LSUFreshman of the Week:Myia Hambrick, LSUMar. 17 Gymnast of the Week: Kytra Hunter, Florida Specialist of the Week: Bridget Sloan, Florida & Lloimincia Hall, LSUFreshman of the Week: Paige Zaziski, Arkansas

  • 2015 GymInfo Team Rankings (3/30/2015)Rank Team Team RQS1. Oklahoma 197.8952. Florida 197.7903. Utah 197.6704. LSU 197.6505. Alabama 197.4906. Michigan 197.2707. UCLA 197.2008. Auburn 197.0459. Nebraska 196.99010. Georgia 196.87511. Stanford 196.72012. Oregon State 196.68013. Penn State 196.66514. Illinois-Champaign 196.51515. Boise State 196.49516. Denver 196.45517. Minnesota 196.45018. Arizona 196.44519. Arkansas 196.28520. California 196.24021. Central Michigan 196.19022. Southern Utah 196.10023. Iowa 196.030 Washington 196.03025. New Hampshire 195.86026. Kentucky 195.74527. Missouri 195.72028. Michigan State 195.71029. Utah State 195.56030. Maryland 195.505

    2015 SEC Gymnastics Broadcast ScheduleDate Time (ET) Meet NetworkFri, Jan 9 8 p.m. Iowa at LSU SEC Network+ 8:30 p.m. Arizona at Alabama SEC Network+Sat, Jan 10 4 p.m. Michigan at Georgia SEC Network+Fri, Jan 16 7 p.m. Auburn at Florida SEC Network 9 p.m. Alabama at Arkansas SEC Network 9 p.m. Missouri at Alabama SEC Network+Fri, Jan 23 8 p.m. Florida at Alabama SEC Network 8 p.m. Arkansas at Auburn SEC Network+Sun, Jan 25 7 p.m. Kentucky at Georgia* ESPN2Mon, Jan 26 7 p.m. Missouri at LSU* SEC NetworkFri, Jan 30 7 p.m. Georgia at Florida SEC Network 8 p.m. Air Force at Auburn SEC Network+Mon, Feb 2 9 p.m. Alabama at Kentucky* SEC NetworkFri, Feb 6 8 p.m. Georgia at LSU SEC NetworkSun, Feb 8 12:30 p.m. Auburn at Alabama* ESPN2Mon, Feb 9 9 p.m. Florida at Arkansas* SEC NetworkFri, Feb 13 8 p.m. Boise State at Alabama SEC Network+ 8 p.m. LSU at Auburn SEC NetworkSun, Feb 15 7 p.m. Missouri at Florida* ESPN2Fri, Feb 20 7 p.m. Alabama at Georgia SEC Network 9 p.m. Auburn at Missouri SEC NetworkTue, Feb 24 5 p.m. Florida at LSU* ESPNUFri, Feb 27 7 p.m. Kentucky at Florida SEC Network 8 p.m. Georgia at Auburn SEC Network+ 9 p.m. LSU at Alabama SEC NetworkMon, Mar 2 7 p.m. Missouri at Arkansas* SEC NetworkMon, Mar 9 9 p.m. Arkansas at Georgia* SEC Network 11 p.m. Alabama at Missouri* SEC NetworkFri, Mar 13 8 p.m. Oklahoma at Alabama SEC Network+ 8 p.m. North Carolina at Auburn SEC Network+Sat, Mar 28 1 p.m. SEC Championship* ESPN2Sat., Apr. 4 7 p.m. NCAA Auburn Regional SEC Network+

    *tape delayed

  • The 2015 Southeastern Conference and NCAA Auburn Regional Cham-pion Alabama gymnastics team will compete in the evening session of the NCAA Championships Semifinals Friday, April 17 in the Fort Worth Convention Center Arena starting at 7 p.m. CT. Alabama, which won its ninth SEC title last month, advanced to its 33rd consecutive NCAA Championships on Saturday by winning its NCAA-best 30th regional championship in Auburn, Ala. The Crimson Tide will face defending NCAA co-Champion Oklahoma along with LSU, Auburn, Oregon State and Nebr