Tide Gymnastics Ranked Fourth

A week after its second consecutive sellout of Coleman Coliseum and its fourth victory of the season, the Alabama gymnastics team is ranked fourth nationally. Here is a look at the national rankings and also how Crimson Tide performers rank.

The top five remained unchanged from a week ago with Georgia, Utah and Florida making up the top three ahead of Alabama and Michigan coming in at number five. LSU moved back to number six this week, giving the Southeastern Conference four of the top six. And with Arkansas at number 10, the SEC made up half the top ten.

The Crimson Tide is ranked third on the floor exercise and uneven bars, fifth on the balance beam and ninth on the vault.

Sophomore Kassi Price is ranked 11th in the all-around while sophomore Morgan Dennis is 15th. Price is also ranked second on the uneven bars while senior Terin Humphrey is ninth and freshman Kayla Hoffman is 21st. Hoffman is fourth and Price 11th on the floor exercise. Hoffman is also fourth on the vault while sophomore Casey Overton is 10th. On the balance beam, sophomore Ricki Lebegern is 13th.

The Crimson Tide has this week off from competition and returns to action Friday, February 22 at LSU before returning home February 29 against the Florida Gators.

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