Category: Gymnastics

Tide comes up short in Super 6 final

Tide comes up short in Super 6 final

Like so many meets this season, Saturday night’s NCAA Gymnastics Championship came down to the final rotation. Unlike so many meets this season, Alabama’s hopes for its seventh national title came up just short, doomed by two falls on balance beam from the least likely sources: seniors Diandra Milliner and 2014 NCAA All-Around Champion Kim Jacob. Alabama finished fourth in […]

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Alabama comes up short in Super Six final

Like so many meets this season, Saturday night’s NCAA Gymnastics Championship came down to the final rotation. Unlike so many meets this season, Alabama’s hopes for its seventh national title came up just short, doomed by two falls on balance beam from the least likely sources: seniors Diandra Milliner and Kim Jacob. “Diandra and Kim have been rocks for us,” […]

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Jacob wins all-around as Alabama advances to championship

BIRMINGHAM–Alabama senior gymnast Kim Jacob’s floor exercise soundtrack starts with “Sweet Home Alabama.” Friday night in the BJCC Arena, that was more appropriate than any might have guessed, as the senior won the NCAA all-around championship and powered the Crimson Tide to the Super Six final on Saturday night.  “I’m still a little in shock, not really sure how to think,” Jacob said. […]

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Sarah DeMeo, Diandra Milliner and Kim Jacob will compete in the final meets of this weekend.

Curtain Call

The Alabama gymnastics team will send its seniors out on the biggest stage of all when it competes for the program’s seventh national championship this weekend in Birmingham. The meet this weekend marks the end of the road for the team’s seniors, a group Alabama coach Sarah Patterson said is one of the most outstanding she’s coached in her illustrious […]

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Alabama preps for NCAA Regionals in Seattle

Alabama preps for NCAA Regionals in Seattle

Coming off a Southeastern Conference championship, the Alabama gymnastics team didn’t have much of a spring break. After the team heard it would be traveling to Seattle, Wash., this weekend for NCAA Regionals, the gymnasts got to work preparing for the six-team meet that will send the top two teams to the NCAA Championship. In yet another parallel from the […]

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