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Gym Dogs Close Strong With a Season-High 197.800


The Georgia Gym Dogs closed out their regular season on Sunday afternoon by turning in a season-high 197.800 to defeat NC State in Raleigh.

Gym Dogs Defeat Hated Alabama, 197.5-196.95

Danna Durante's Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team notched a 197.5-196.95 victory over the Gym Dogs' most despised rival, the Alabama Crimson Tide, on an extraordinary Saturday.

Have the Gym Dogs Turned the Corner?

Danna Durante's Georgia women's gymnastics team put together a complete meet against the Stanford Cardinal on Monday, but how close are the Gym Dogs to reclaiming their position among the NCAA elite?

Gym Dogs Again Falter in Postseason; Georgia Should Fire Jay Clark


The fifth-ranked Gym Dogs turned in a fifth-place performance in the NCAA women's gymnastics national championship preliminary session, failing to make the Super Six or even to finish among the top...

Gym Dogs Draw Rivals Alabama and Florida in NCAA Gymnastics Championships


Jay Clark's Gym Dogs will be competing in the second session at the NCAA women's gymnastics championships, where Georgia will face its two top rivals, Alabama and Florida, for a shot at the...

Alabama Claims NCAA Women's Gymnastics Title


As much as I hate to see our biggest historic gymnastics rival win a national championship, it probably is best for Georgia that the club did not grow any larger this year. Alabama edged UCLA for the honor; the Crimson Tide and the Bruins are two of the four teams to have captured NCAA gymnastics championships in the history of the sport. Georgia and Utah are the other two. Oklahoma and Nebraska finished third and fourth, respectively, and Florida finished fourth in its opening session, failing to advance to the Super Six. While the Gators' disappointing finish in their session likely provides cover for Jay Clark after Georgia's similar finish in the earlier preliminary heat, the Sooners' failure to make the grade probably increases the likelihood that Oklahoma's K.J. Kindler could be pried away from Norman, since her prospects for winning a national title in Athens would appear to be better. I just hope we don't hang onto Coach Clark a year too long and lose our chance of landing Coach Kindler when, as inevitably will occur, Greg McGarity must make a change. Go 'Dawgs!

Gym Dogs Finish in Fourth-Place Tie at Nationals in What Ought to be Jay Clark's Last Meet at Georgia


For the second straight season, the Gym Dogs did not make the Super Six at the NCAA Gymnastics Championships. Dawg Sports explains why the Georgia Bulldogs' fourth-place tie in the opening session...

To Which Assistant Coaches Should Greg McGarity Look if Jay Clark is to be Replaced as Head Coach of the Gym Dogs?


There is discontent among fans of Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics heading into Saturday's Athens Regional. Dawg Sports speculates about possible replacements for Jay Clark if Suzanne Yoculan's...

Where Should Greg McGarity Turn If Jay Clark is to be Replaced as Head Coach of the Gym Dogs?


The Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics program has fallen off considerably since Jay Clark took over for Suzanne Yoculan. If Greg McGarity must replace him as head coach of the Gym Dogs, where...

Georgia Gym Dogs Post 197.825 to Claim Fifth Straight National Title for Suzanne Yoculan


The Georgia Bulldogs gymnastics squad sent Suzanne Yoculan out a winner with a command performance to clinch the NCAA national championship.

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