The Alabama Gymnastics team shook off two straight losses to post its highest score of the 2024 season Monday afternoon.

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Coach Ashley Johnston's  Crimson Tide put up a 197.625 on the road in Denton, Texas to take down Arkansas (197.375), Arizona (196.950) and Texas Woman's University (195.725) in a quad meet. Alabama was down slightly to rival Arkansas heading into the final rotation but put the Tide shined brightly on the uneven bars to pull away with an impressive victory.

Gabby Gladieux led the way for Alabama. Competing in the all-around for just the second time in her college career, the sophomore won the all-around with a 39.525.

Also Monday, despite recent struggles, Alabama showed why its one of the best bars teams in the country, tying its season high with a 49.600. Every gymnast scored at least a 9.875 or better.

Cam Machado capped the rotation with an almost flawless routine and a career best 9.975.

Alabama also scored a season best on the floor with a 49.550. Lilly Hudson led the rotation with a 9.95, but four of the Crimson Tide's six gymnasts on floor scored a 9.9 or better.

Next Up: No rest for the weary, as Alabama has a home meet Friday against Georgia at 7 p.m. on its Power of Pink Night.


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