During her Crimson Tide tenure, Ashley Miles Greig led Alabama to four top-3 NCAA finishes, including runner-up finishes in 2003 and 2005. She also clinched the Tide's 2003 Southeastern Conference Championship, scoring a 9.975 on the floor exercise in the last routine of the meet. Individually, the 12-time All-American earned the Honda Award, given annually to the nation's top gymnast, as a senior. On the way to the Honda Award, she won a mind-boggling 20 postseason titles, including four NCAA titles, six SEC championships and 10 NCAA Regional titles. As a senior, she became just the second gymnast in NCAA history to win three national vault titles and the first in Southeastern Conference history to win four-consecutive floor exercise titles. The 2006 NCAA Central Region Gymnast of the Year, Miles Greig won 10 regional titles, including four straight on vault and floor exercise. She also earned SEC Academic Honor Roll accolades and a place in XXXI, The University of Alabama's elite women's honorary.