The Georgia gymnastics team took home its first home win of its 2020 campaign Monday afternoon in Stegeman Coliseum, beating Iowa State 197.325 to 196.625.
The Georgia gymnastics team fell to LSU in its first SEC matchup of the season on Jan. 10. Heading into their next meet on Jan. 20 against Iowa State, here are three takeaways from The Red & Black:
The work from de Jong and the other GymDogs promotes their vision for 2020. de Jong has seen the attitude come to life through the freshmen.
For the 2020 season, the GymDogs need to fill three critical spots in the bars lineup. The top three bar workers of 2019 are absent from 2020’s roster due to various reasons.
The GymDogs showed promise with energetic floor performances and strong freshmen debuts, but they also dealt with a shaky rotation on bars, where three of the six in their current lineup were consistent contributors on the event in 2019.
The battle between Georgia and LSU continues inside Stegeman Coliseum in Athens on Friday night as the GymDogs host the Tigers in their SEC home opener.
Just days before the GymDogs’ first meet of the new year, senior all-around gymnast Rachel Dickson suffered a season-ending Achilles tear in practice. Now they have to adjust to a new normal.
After the first regular season meet gave a glimpse into what the rotations could look like in 2020, The Red & Black breaks down which up-and-coming GymDogs are likely to emerge in Rachel Dickson’s absence on each event.
The No. 8 Georgia gymnastics team kicked off the 2020 season Friday night at the Critique Classic Invitational in Kissimmee, Florida. The GymDogs finished first with a score of 195.1.
Georgia all-around gymnast Rachel Dickson is out for the 2020 season after suffering an Achilles tear in practice, a Georgia sports communication representative confirmed Friday.
The Georgia GymDogs showcased much of their 2020 roster on Tuesday evening inside Stegeman Coliseum during the annual First Look event — only this year, with a new format.
Katie Heenan Dodson, a former All-American and Honda Award winner for the University of Georgia, joined the gymnastics staff as a volunteer coach on Tuesday, July 2.
The Georgia gymnastics team completed its season Friday night in Fort Worth, Texas, where it placed last in the first round of the NCAA National Championship. The GymDogs received a score of 196.4625.
Sydney Snead hit play on her phone and “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls came over the speakers in the gymnastics practice facility at Stegeman Coliseum.
The Georgia gymnastics team placed second in the final meet of the NCAA Athens Regional on April 6, but celebrations were fleeting as the GymDogs soon began preparing for their final postseason showing of the year.