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    Razorbacks open season with road loss to defending SEC champion Florida

    Arkansas traveled to Gainesville, Fla., for the season opener and dropped the evening meet to Florida, 197.350-194.400.

    Gymbacks ranked No. 19 in preseason poll by WCGA; 14th straight year in Top 20

    Arkansas gymnastics will begin the year ranked 19th by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association (WCGA).

    Former Olympic gold medalist named Razorbacks’ gymnastics coach

    Olympic gold medalist and UCLA assistant Jordyn Wieber has been named Arkansas' head women’s gymnastics coach Wednesday.

    Razorbacks’ gymnastics finishes season at NCAA Semifinal

    Arkansas gymnastics' 2019 campaign officially concluded as two individuals concluded action at the NCAA Championships Semifinal II in Fort Worth.

    Razorbacks place third in Baton Rouge regional semifinal Friday

    Arkansas finished third at the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional Second Round Semifinal I, falling to second place finisher Minnesota by 0.125.

    Gymbacks’ Carter named to regular season All-American team Thursday

    Sophia Carter has been recognized by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association as a second team regular season All-American on the floor exercise.

    Razorbacks put up second-highest score in school history at SEC Championships

    Arkansas placed second in the SEC Championships Session One with a 196.475, the second highest team score recorded at the championship meet.

    Gymbacks start postseason in SEC’s first session Saturday in New Orleans

    Arkansas gymnastics begins its postseason run inside the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans Saturday in the early session of the Southeastern Conference Championships.

    Razorbacks fall to No. 3 Florida at Barnhill Arena in final SEC match

    Arkansas fell to third-ranked Florida inside 197.225-196.350 inside Barnhill Arena to end its Southeastern Conference campaign for the 2019 season.

    Arkansas puts up another 196-plus score, but falls to LSU on Friday night

    Arkansas posted its third score of 196 or higher in four meets with a 196.375 against No. 5 LSU, but fell to the Tigers 197.125-196.375 inside Barnhill Arena on Friday night.