Sophomore Kennedy Hambrick earned her third-straight and fourth career all-around title, finishing with a 39.400, but Arkansas came up short, falling to Alabama.
Junior Sophia Carter garnered the first weekly award for the Gymbacks on Tuesday, announced as the SEC co-specialist of the week by the league office.
Arkansas defeated Georgia in Barnhill Arena on Friday evening with a season-high 196.950–196.750 win.
Sophomore Kennedy Hambrick led the Arkansas gymnastics team to its first road SEC win since Feb. 2017.
Trailing 147.125-147.550 after three rotations, Arkansas recorded four scores of 9.900 or better on the floor en route to a season-best 49.525 on the floor.
Junior Sydney Laird followed her top performance on bars last week with another top scoring routine, but it wasn't enough for Arkansas against reigning NCAA champion Oklahoma.
Arkansas traveled to Gainesville, Fla., for the season opener and dropped the evening meet to Florida, 197.350-194.400.
Arkansas gymnastics will begin the year ranked 19th by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association (WCGA).
Olympic gold medalist and UCLA assistant Jordyn Wieber has been named Arkansas' head women’s gymnastics coach Wednesday.
Arkansas gymnastics' 2019 campaign officially concluded as two individuals concluded action at the NCAA Championships Semifinal II in Fort Worth.