The undefeated No. 2 Gators (7-0, 4-0 SEC) hit the road Friday to take on Arkansas (2-3, 1-3 SEC) inside Bud Walton Arena.
Sports | Gymnastics
The Gators were dominant in their opening meet, finishing the night with a 197.750. They earned their highest score in a season opener in Florida program history for the fifth season in a row.
Gators gymnastics brought in graduate student Rachel Baumann and junior Victoria Nguyen from rivals Georgia this summer. The moves add to the elite arsenal of weapons for the Florida team, which was just 0.1125 points away from a national title last season.
Gators Gymnastics’ chemistry, instituted by a string of fifth-year returns, will continue this Fall while incorporating former Bulldog and Florida legacy Rachel Baumann.
Florida Gators gymnastics star Megan Skaggs will join UF’s coaching staff for the upcoming season.
Five-star recruit Danielle Ferris committed to the University of Florida Sunday, becoming the first 2024 recruit to join the Gators gymnastics program.
A longtime Florida Gators gymnastics assistant coach who led the team to nine Southeastern Conference titles and three NCAA vault and floor championships will become associate head coach.
Trinity Thomas earned her 12th perfect score of the season in a tough loss to Oklahoma for the Natty.
The Gators advance to their 18th NCAA team final Saturday. Dominance on the floor secured their spot and led to a new Florida NCAA Championships record of 49.75.
Trinity Thomas is perfect on floor and vault, while Leanne Wong earned her first collegiate 10 on vault. The Gators will make their 38th appearance in the 40-year history of the NCAA Championships.
Trinity Tomas’ two 10s garnered her a season high all-around score, 39.875.
Florida sweeps both 2022 SEC trophies and Trinity Thomas wins the all-around title.
Florida secured sole possession of its fourth-consecutive SEC regular-season title and became the fifth team to achieve it undefeated