SEC GYMNAST OF THE WEEK
Rheagan Courville, LSU
Sophomore • 5-2 • Baton Rouge, La.
• Rheagan Courville led LSU to its highest team road score since 2005 as the Tigers defeated Missouri 197.275-194.575 last week. She earned four individual titles, marking the first time an LSU gymnast has captured at least four individual titles in a single meet since Courville did it against Kentucky on Feb. 3 last season. Courville had a career-high tying 9.95 on vault and finished with a career-high 39.600 AA total, the highest all-around total for LSU since Susan Jackson won the 2010 NCAA all-around national title with a 39.625.
SEC SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK
Lloimincia Hall, LSU
Sophomore • 4-11 • Dallas, Texas
• Hall earned a perfect 10.0 on the floor exercise at Missouri, her fourth floor title in six meets. The 10 is the first of her career and the first for LSU on the road since Ashleigh Clare-Kearney did it on vault at the Super Six Challenge in Fayetteville, Ark., on Jan. 5, 2007. Hall is the only gymnast in the nation to score a 10 on floor so far this season.
SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
Bridget Sloan, Florida
5-1 • Pittsboro, Ind.
• Sloan turned in a collegiate-best 9.95 in the uneven bars versus Alabama to share the title with teammate Mackenzie Caquatto. Sloan also took second on beam (9.90) and shared third on vault (9.90). Her collegiate-best floor mark of 9.925 helped the Gators equal the school-record of 49.65 on that event. Sloan also upped her collegiate-best AA total to 39.675 for the second consecutive week to claim her second all-around win as a Gator.