Alabama Gymnasts Win At Georgia
After starting strong, Alabama closed out the night on fire, scoring a 49.525, the fourth highest score in school history, to put away the Bulldogs. Senior Kayla Hoffman led the way with a career-best 9.95 on the beam while junior Geralen Stack-Eaton closed out the night and Georgia by tying her career-best with a 9.925.
Hoffman also won the all-around with a career-best 39.675, which ties the highest total in the nation this season, while Stack-Eaton was second with a 39.650.
Alabama started strong with a 39.325 on the uneven bars, just five-hundredths of a point off its season high led by 9.925s from Stack-Eaton and Hoffman. The Tide tied its season-high of 49.5 on the vault, led by 9.925s from sophomore Ashley Sledge and Stack-Eaton. Alabama was ahead by a quarter of a point heading into the second half of the meet. On the floor exercise, sophomore Marissa Gutierrez led the way with a career-best 9.925, boosting the Tide's total to 49.325.
Coach Sarah Patterson's Alabama team stays on the road next weekend, traveling to Ann Arbor, Mich. to take on the Michigan Wolverines.
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