Alabama Gymnastics Camp
The latest Tweets from Alabama Gymnastics (@BamaGymnastics). 6-time NCAA Champions, 32 NCAA Regional titles, 9 Southeastern Conference titles. Five # Alabama gymnastics meets in Coleman Coliseum this season and you can. The official Gymnastics schedule for the University of Alabama Crimson Tide. The Alabama gymnastics team unveiled a home schedule that The Crimson Tide starts its home slate with two quad meets and will at a time) is $40 per ticket while Alabama faculty and staff season tickets are $
The main practice area includes an in-ground trampoline and tumbling strips.
The sound system that drives the Tide's practices surrounds the floor exercise area with the same level of sound Alabama will encounter in a meet setting. The practice gym also includes a state-of-the-art video analysis system, provided by the Tide's booster organization, The Medalist Club.
Having three complete systems in the gym running at all times allows the coaches and gymnasts constant analysis.
Alabama Gymnastics Camp
The system also helps compress the time it takes to make a change to a skill or routine, allowing the gymnasts to get more out of each practice. The video system is just the newest technical addition to Alabama's state-of-the-art training facility.
The equipment is arranged to make the flow of practice extremely fluid. There are five uneven bars stations, six balance beams, two vaults and an oversized floor in place. Prior to the season, Alabama added a Pilates studio to its training suite.
The Pilates studio was also funded by The Medalist Club www. We are so grateful to The Medalist Club for continually providing our program with everything we need to be the very best we can be.
Alabama Crimson Tide women's gymnastics
Coleman Coliseum There are few atmospheres better in collegiate athletics than a gymnastics Friday night in Coleman Coliseum - from the roar of the crowd when Alabama marches in through the last routine. That atmosphere has only improved over the last several years following major upgrades to the main arena of Coleman Coliseum aimed at enhancing the meet-day atmosphere.
The new amenities feature an array of state-of-the-art video boards, including a center-hung display that features four massive, high-definition video panels flanked by two video rings. The University of Alabama's first gymnastics team debuted in and began with a loss to Georgia College. The team moved along in relative obscurity, going through four coaches in four years, until the summer of when Sarah Campbell was announced as the fifth head coach of the Crimson Tide.
The eighties[ edit ] Alabama blossomed into a perennial contender under Sarah Patterson and continued to qualify for nationals as well as producing numerous All-Americans.
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The team won its second national title in before a home crowd in Tuscaloosa. A rivalry between Alabama and Georgiawhich endures to this day, began around this time.
Patterson and Georgia coach Suzanne Yoculan hosted frequent dual meets between their teams to inspire the rivalry. The Tide first sold out Coleman Coliseum on February 1,when 15, fans watched Alabama take on Georgia; the Tide continues to report some of the highest fan turnout of any program, with an average attendance at home meets in of 12, second only to Utah.
Alabama went into their final rotation in fourth place before scoring the highest team vault total in NCAA history as all their gymnasts scored 9.
However, saw the Crimson Tide fail to reach the Super Six for the first time since The new millennium[ edit ] Alabama captured their fourth SEC title inbut only managed a fifth-place finish at nationals that year, improving to fourth in Inthe Tide won their fifth SEC title with the youngest squad in program history, with seven freshman, three sophomores, three juniors and one senior. Nationally, Rice won the All Around in while freshman Ashley Miles won the first of her three national titles on vault.
The Crimson Tide added their first Olympian to the team with Terin Humphreya two-time silver medalist at the Olympicswho joined Alabama in and would go on to win two national uneven bar titles.Alabama Gymnastics: The 2013 Missouri Meet
InAlabama was the first gymnastics program to draw two crowds of over 15, in one season.