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Week 2: Gymnasts of the Week

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SEC Gymnast of the Week
Miya Hambrick • LSU
Senior • Temple, Ga.

Hambrick put up the top all-around score in the conference this week with a 39.550 to lead LSU to victory at Florida. She matched her career high on floor with a 9.95 in the anchor spot. Hambrick also put up a 9.90 in the second spot of beam and 9.90 in the second spot of vault.

SEC Specialist of the Week
Kiana Winston • Alabama
Senior • Fort Worth, Texas

Winston led Alabama to a win over Georgia, taking top honors on the uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise. She posted her second consecutive 9.925 score for her second win of the season on the uneven bars. Winston also scored her second 9.9 in a row on the balance beam for her second win of the season on that event. She recorded a season-high 9.9 on the floor exercise. Winston is ranked third in the nation on the uneven bars and first in the SEC, and is sixth nationally on the balance beam.

SEC Co-Freshmen of the Week
Sarah Shaffer • Arkansas
Redshirt Freshman • Tyler, Texas

Shaffer recorded Arkansas' highest all-around score since April 2, 2016 and the highest by a freshman since 2015 with a 39.325. She was Arkansas' anchor and the Razorbacks' fourth scorer on the balance beam, helping Arkansas secure its highest beam score of 49.250 since March 8, 2014. In total, Shaffer took second on the floor and all-around, and fourth on the vault, recording her highest event score of 9.875 against No. 6 Kentucky. Her all-around score is tied for the seventh-highest in the conference this season, and is the highest all-around score by a freshman in the SEC.

Ella Warren • Kentucky
Freshman • Jacksonville, Fla.

In Kentucky's road win at Arkansas, Warren posted a career high 9.875 on bars to tie for third place as she helped the team win the bars' team title with a 49.275. She also competed on the floor for the first time in her career, posting a 9.8 to tie for fifth place as the Wildcats took the team title in the floor exercise with a 49.100.