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15 from SEC Earn Regular Season All America Awards

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (March 23, 2023) - Fifteen student-athletes from the Southeastern Conference earned regular-season All-America awards for the 2023 gymnastics season, as announced by the Women's Collegiate Gymnastics Association (WCGA).

Student-athletes with the top eight National Qualifying Scores (NQS) for the regular season (with ties), for each event plus the all-around earned All-America honors. Second team All-America honors are earned by student-athletes ranked Nos. 9-16 (with ties) in the NQS.

All-Around First Team
 Trinity Thomas, Florida 39.750
 Haleigh Bryant, LSU 39.725
 Leanne Wong, Florida 39.675
All-Around Second Team
 Sunisa Lee, Auburn  39.655
 Luisa Blanco, Alabama  39.640
 Raena Worley, Kentucky  39.625
 Aleah Finnegan, LSU 39.610
 Kayla DiCello, Florida 39.605
Vault First Team
 Haleigh Bryant, LSU 9.98
 Jocelyn Moore, Missouri  9.94
 Cassie Stevens, Auburn  9.925
Vault Second Team
 Trinity Thomas, Florida  9.915
Uneven Bars First Team
NAME Uneven Bars NQS
 Trinity Thomas, Florida  9.975
 Leanne Wong, Florida  9.97
 Sunisa Lee, Auburn  9.965
Uneven Bars Second Team
NAME Uneven Bars NQS
 Kayla DiCello,  Florida  9.935
 Haleigh Bryant, LSU 9.935
Balance Beam First Team
NAME Balance Beam NQS
 Luisa Blanco,  Alabama  9.97
 Aleah Finnegan, LSU 9.955
Balance Beam Second Team
NAME Balance Beam NQS
 Trinity Thomas, Florida  9.945
 Kayla DiCello, Florida 9.945
 Helen Hu, Missouri 9.945
 Isabella Magnelli, Kentucky  9.945
 Leanne Wong, Florida  9.94
Floor Exercise First Team
NAME Floor Exercise NQS
 Trinity Thomas, Florida 9.975
 Aleah Finnegan, LSU 9.965
 Haleigh Bryant, LSU 9.955
 Luisa Blanco, Alabama 9.955
 Raena Worley, Kentucky  9.95
Floor Exercise Second Team
NAME Floor Excercise NQS
 Soraya Hawthorne, Georgia  9.945
 Lilly Hudson, Alabama 9.94
 Derrian Gobourne, Auburn 9.94