Makarri Doggette became the Crimson Tide's 75th gymnast to earn All-American Honors. Doggette was named an All-American for her excellence in the uneven bars. The freshman finished the year with a 9.905 national qualifying score on the uneven bars and led the Tide in the event in seven contests.

Doggette is the first Alabama freshman to earn All-American since Mackenzie Brannan earned the recognition in 2015. Doggette won the uneven bars in four contests this season.

Doggette can add this award to her South Eastern Conference Specialist of the Week she won on January 21 for her performance against Oklahoma and Florida. She cleared 9.9 in three events against the Sooners and tallied a 9.95 in the uneven bars against both the Sooners and Gators.

Doggette and the rest of the Tide gymnasts had the season cut short due to concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak just prior to the conference and NCAA championship events.

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