Sports | Gymnastics
Florida coach Rhonda Faehn believes competing in big meets early in the year makes a team better by season’s end.
Gymnastics may be based on individual performances, but Florida coach Rhonda Faehn wants her team to continue to embrace the team concept.
Perfection is hard to come by in gymnastics.
Led by a breakout performance from freshman Alex McMurtry, No. 3 Florida (2-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) defeated No. 21 Auburn (1-1, 0-1 SEC) in the Gators’ home opener Friday night, 197.200-195.650.
For the UF gymnastics team, life without Bridget Sloan begins tonight.
After completing just their first meet of the year, the No. 3 Gators are already facing a season’s worth of adversity.
The UF gymnastics team won its season opener, but it may have lost something — or rather someone — more important.
The wait is almost over.
Being the two-time defending national champions brings pressure.
Every team enters the season hoping to win a championship.
After No. 1 Florida earned a share of its second-straight national title on Saturday, Bridget Sloan won a title of her own.
Kytra Hunter battled more than nerves at the 2014 NCAA Regionals meet. The junior all-arounder competed through an illness she’d been fighting the week prior.
The Gators are gearing up for the meet they’ve been waiting for all season: the 2014 NCAA Championship. With less than two weeks until Florida has to defend the title it claimed for the first time in 2013, coach Rhonda Faehn is looking for some key improvements.
For Bridget Sloan and the rest of the Florida gymnasts, the time for individual goals is over.
After a record-breaking regular season, No. 1 Florida couldn’t clinch the 2014 Southeastern Conference Championship title.