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    SEC Gymnasts Of The Week

    SEC Gymnasts of the Week (January 28, 2014)
    SEC Gymnasts of the Week: Bridget Sloan and Kytra Hunter, Florida
    The pair shared the all-around and floor exercise wins versus No. 6 Georgia Friday. Their winning marks are the nation’s leaders – 39.70 (all-around) and 10.0 (floor exercise). They are the first Gators to score a perfect floor mark since 1997 and are among only four Gators all-time to post a 10.0 on floor. 
    They helped Florida earn the nation’s leading team (198.05) and floor (49.875) totals. The floor total is the nation’s highest in any event since 2006.
    The duo has won the past two NCAA & SEC all-around titles – Hunter (2012) and Sloan (2013). The all-around win is the 12th for Hunter and the eighth for Sloan. 
    Hunter has won floor in each of Florida’s 2014 meets. Sloan also used a 9.925 to claim her second consecutive vault win. This season, Sloan leads the Gators with seven event titles and Hunter is second with five. 
    They also are the leaders on the current team in career event titles – Hunter now has 44 all-time while Sloan owns 29.
    SEC Specialist of the Week: Lindsey Cheek, Georgia
    Georgia senior Lindsey Cheek continued her torrid start to the 2014 season with a pair of first place finishes on the road against Florida.
    Cheek scored a career-high 9.975 on bars to help the Gym Dogs score a 49.6 – their highest bars score since 1999. With the 9.975, Cheek moved into first in the SEC and second nationally on the uneven bars.
    She then tied for first on vault with a season-high 9.925.
    Cheek has now scored a 9.9 or higher in 11 of her 15 routines this season, and she has claimed eight individual event titles.
    SEC Freshman of the Week: M.J. Rott, Auburn
    Tied for the Auburn record with a vault score of 9.975
    It’s the best vault for Auburn since 2008
    Her score helped Auburn to a 49.425 on vault, the second best team score in program history
    Competed on three events helping the Tigers to the best road score in Auburn history, 196.850