SEC Championship Session Two


Full Results Florida: 198.425 Alabama: 197.925 LSU: 197.800 Kentucky: 197.675
VT: Blakely, Gladieux 9.950 UB: Thomas 10.000 BB: Wong 9.975 FX: Thomas 10.000 AA: Thomas 39.800

The Big Storyline: Florida won its second consecutive SEC championship in dominant fashion, finishing half a point over second-place Alabama. Unsurprisingly, Trinity Thomas was the star of the meet, putting up 10s on bars and floor, culminating in a massive 39.800 all-around score. Thomas brought in another three SEC titles, bringing her career total to seven. All four teams were able to breach the mid-197 mark, with Kentucky putting up a top-five program score in the process. Alabama outperformed its fourth-seed ranking to finish second.  

Implications: With its huge score, Florida finds itself once again ranked No. 2 in the nation. Alabama and LSU both secured the two-seed at their respective regionals. Kentucky will just barely be a three-seed, as it is ranked ninth ahead of the regionals draw. 

Records: By scoring two more 10s, Trinity Thomas is just two away from matching the all-time 10 record held by Jamie Dantszcher and Jenny Hansen. 

How to Watch

Session Two: SEC Network
Vault Event Stream
Bars Event Stream
Beam Event Stream
Floor Event Stream
Quad Box | Awards


  • No. 1 Florida | 198.015 NQS | 198.350 season high
  • No. 2 LSU | 197.780 NQS | 198.100 season high
  • No. 3 Kentucky | 197.630 NQS | 197.875 season high
  • No. 4 Alabama | 197.560 NQS | 198.000 season high

If you can only watch one meet, here’s why it should be this one… The SEC is the hottest conference in the NCAA, and four of the top 10 teams in the country will be competing during this session. Florida is the decisive favorite coming in but has proven comparatively vulnerable on the road, as evidenced by their loss to LSU earlier this year. Meanwhile, Kentucky is looking better than ever (literally)—the Wildcats have posted their three best scores in program history in the last six weeks.

If this is one of many meets you’ll be watching, don’t miss this… The nation’s top vaulter, Haleigh Bryant, scored an incredible three perfect 10s in Week 10. She’ll face stiff competition in the all-around from the likes of reigning NCAA champion Trinity Thomas, Leanne Wong, Raena Worley, Kayla DiCello, Aleah Finnegan, and Luisa Blanco. The team rankings matter, of course, but this has the potential to be the most competitive all-around battle of the year. 

What’s the bigger picture to keep an eye on? Florida and LSU are locked into their seeds, but Kentucky needs a strong performance to avoid getting bumped out of its current spot as a two-seed. Alabama still has a low 197 to drop, and a 197.600 would assure its spot in the top 10 heading into regionals. 

By the Numbers

Past Champions

  • Georgia: 16 titles, last won in 2008
  • Florida: 11 titles, last won in 2022
  • Alabama: 10 titles, last won in 2021
  • LSU: 4 titles, last won in 2019

Records Watch

  • Team: 198.375 | Vault: 49.800 | Bars: 49.700 | Beam: 49.625 | Floor: 49.725
  • All Around: 39.850 | Vault: 10.000 | Bars: 10.000 | Beam: 10.000 | Floor: 10.000

Last Time Out

The Gators ended their six-year SEC championship losing streak by posting a 198.200, the second-highest total in the championship’s 41-year history. Auburn and Missouri posted program best championship scores and finishes (third and fourth, respectively).

The event is finished.


Mar 18 2023


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