The GymDogs’ 196.75 final score was a quarter of a tenth of a point shy from advancing them to the regional final, and potentially, the NCAA Championship meet.
After missing the SEC championship due to positive COVID-19 tests, the GymDogs have had to quickly pivot and focus on their adaptive mentality to prepare for the regional competition in Athens.
Last week, in a moment of devastating déjà vu, the GymDogs watched part of their postseason disappear due to COVID-19 for the second time in a little over one year.
The GymDogs will not compete in the SEC championship meet on March 20 due to positive COVID-19 tests and subsequent contact tracing within the program.
Five personal records were met across three events and three scores elevated GymDog's to new heights during Friday night’s matchup with Kentucky.
Haley de Jong has appeared in at least one event’s lineup each meet since becoming a GymDog and provided consistent performances throughout her career.
Georgia gymnastics fell to Missouri Friday night in Columbia 196.575-196.1 in a meet filled with season and career highs and lows from the GymDogs.
One week after reaching a season-high score against Alabama, Georgia gymnastics lost to Auburn 197.05-196.15 in Auburn, Alabama.
The GymDogs posted their highest overall score of the season at 197.25 and secured their second win for 2021. The GymDogs also posted season-high scores on three separate events: vault, bars and beam.
After a three-meet losing streak, the GymDogs defeated No. 6 Alabama 197.275-197 with three season-high event scores on vault, bars and beam.
Hawthorne was chosen as the seventh GymDog to continue the long tradition of the moonwalk on beam this year, preceded by historic GymDogs such as Sabrina Vega, Nikki Childs and Cassidy McComb.
The Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday that the 2021 SEC gymnastics championship site will be moved from New Orleans to Huntsville, Alabama.
This week in Georgia sports, the SEC released football’s entire 12-game schedule for the 2021 season, the gymnastics team dropped its third straight meet and men’s basketball defeated Ole Miss for the second time this season.
Georgia gymnastics struggled with various inconsistencies across events in its meet against Arkansas on Friday night in Stegeman Coliseum.
The loss was Georgia’s third among its competitive SEC-only schedule for 2021. The GymDogs currently sit at 1-3 on the season.
This week in Georgia sports, the women’s basketball team dropped to 12-2 while men’s basketball's two-game conference winning streak ended against Florida.