The Gator gymnasts defeated Alabama Friday 198.100 to 196.850 in the O’Dome in front of a crowd of 8,074, sweeping the Crimson Tide in all four events.
On Vault, the Gators scored 49.475 to the Crimson Tide’s 49.325, with Ashanee Dickerson leading the girls with a 9.925.
The Lady Gators impressed the judges on bars, with Mackenzie Caquatto and Bridget Sloan both scoring 9.950. They beat Bama on bars with scores of 49.575 and 49.175.
Caquatto continued to impress on beam with a score of 9.925, leading the Gators to a score of 49.400 in the event, compared to Alabama’s 49.025.
On floor, Ashanee Dickerson earned a near-perfect 9.975 for her routine, and she led the Gators to a score of 49.650, beating Alabama’s 49.325.
Florida will travel to Athens, Ga., and take on the Bulldogs on Feb. 16 at 4 p.m.
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