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Jackson Fugate helped engineer a toy Jeep to start by pressing a steering wheel button instead of a pedal for children who are bound to wheelchairs to ride.
Though the Gators fell short of a national title on Saturday, there were still many memorable moments throughout their run to the NCAA Championships.
By the time Alex McMurtry’s turn came on bars, Oklahoma had already clinched its second straight NCAA title.
In the last routine of the night for the Gators, Alex McMurtry took a deep breath, saluted the judges and grabbed onto the bars.
Going into Friday night’s semifinal, the Gators had advanced to the NCAA Super Six in five consecutive seasons.
Rachel Gowey stepped onto the mat, closed her blue-gray eyes and took a deep breath.
In two days, Florida will take to the mats and compete for one of six spots in the NCAA Championships on April 15.
Two years ago, Owen Field was waiting for the call.
There was nothing Alicia Boren could do but watch.
As soon as Rachel Slocum stuck her landing on vault, she couldn’t contain her excitement.
Kennedy Baker took a deep breath, saluted the judges and grabbed onto the bars.
There’s a lot at stake for the No. 3 Florida gymnastics team, which will have to notch one of the top two scores at this weekend’s regional meet to advance to the NCAA Championship on April 14.
When Jenny Rowland took the helm of the Gators nearly two years ago, she inherited a program in its prime.
Florida junior Alex McMurtry was named both the SEC Gymnast and Scholar-Athlete of the Year on Thursday, becoming the first Gator in school history to earn both titles in the same season.
In August, Maegan Chant’s life was uprooted.
Coming off a second-place finish at the SEC Championships last weekend, the No. 3 Gators now know who they will be hosting in the NCAA Gainesville Regional.
JACKSONVILLE - At the end of the first rotation, LSU’s Ashleigh Gnat sprinted towards the vault and perfection. With her yurchenko double full, the senior from Lake Mary, Florida notched her third perfect 10 of the season on the apparatus, putting the Tigers up .20 over the Gators.
The pain started halfway through her sophomore year.
When she’s competing, Alex McMurtry feeds off of the energy of her team and the crowd.