Gator Gymnasts Advance to Super Six!
The #2 University of Florida gymnastics team won Session I of the NCAA Championships team qualifying round to advance to its third-consecutive NCAA Super Six team final. Florida used a 196.90 to lead the teams in Session I, which was held Thursday afternoon in the University of Georgia's Stegeman Coliseum. The Gators now have advanced seven times in the 16-year history of the Super Six format. Thursday's result marks the second time UF advanced after winning its session. Thursday's opening session certainly had a familiar feel, as four of the six teams came from the Southeastern Conference. The other two teams advancing to Friday's NCAA Super Six are also from the SEC - Alabama (196.65) and Louisiana State (196.575). Other Session I team results included Oklahoma (196.075), Arkansas (195.825) and Oregon State (195.475). Sophomore Melanie Sinclair led the Session I all-arounders with her total of 39.525. The NCAA all-around champion is determined by ranking the results from both of Thursday's sessions. Sinclair will have to wait until later tonight to see how her all-around total stands up to the Session II competitors. She is the first Gator ever to top her session's all-around competition.
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