Kennedy Hambrick, a junior from Pearland, Texas, was named SEC Co-Gymnast of the Week on Tuesday, as announced by the league office.
For the second time in three weeks Arkansas made program history, scoring a program-record 197.425 in a 197.425-197.125 win at Auburn.
After a mid-season bye week, Arkansas' is well rested and ready for its road trip to Lexington for a Friday-night showdown at Kentucky.
Arkansas bounced back in Denton on Friday, posting a score of 196.300 and earning a second-place finish among the four teams at the meet.
Junior Sophia Carter won her 23rd career title on Friday evening, tying her career-high score on the floor with a 9.950 in the event.
Arkansas scored above the 196 mark for the seventh consecutive meet on Friday night and snagged six event titles, but fell short to No.20 Auburn.
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.