Alabama gymnastics advances to the NCAA National Championship semifinals with a second place finish in the Seattle Regional Finals. The Tide scored a 198.175 which is the second highest score in program history. They had eight scores of 9.950 with seven different gymnasts scoring them. Lilly Hudson scored two 9.950s Saturday night. Alabama gets a couple weeks off from competition before traveling to Ft. Worth, TX for the Championship Semifinals on April 14.
Alabama gymnastics etched their name into the history books with their second overall score of 198 or higher in the same weekend. The Tide's next meet will be on March 19 in Birmingham for the SEC Championships.
In a conversation that began on the topic of how difficult and time-consuming recruiting has become for the assistant coaches of prominent programs, Scarbinsky ended up offering a lot of insight into how recruiting has played a role in Bryan Harsin’s rapid fall from grace in The Plains.