Missouri waved goodbye to three seniors in its final home meet of the season.
Strong individual showings are not enough to defeat the Crimson Tide.
Despite a very close loss, Missouri has its best performance yet this season
No. 19 Missouri gymnastics finished eighth at SEC Championship.
The Tigers defeated Southeast Missouri State, but were upended by DII Lindenwood.
Missouri prevailed against SEC foe Kentucky Wildcats in Friday’s “cat fight”.
Missouri improved its 49 or higher streak on floor to nine consecutive meets.
No. 15 Missouri gymnastics defeated unranked Stanford, but fell to No. 4 Utah and SEC foe No. 5 LSU.
Senior Madeleine Huber and junior Aspen Tucker each won individual event titles, while earning career-highs on bars and floor.
The Tigers’ 49.200 on beam tied their season-high on the event.
The Tigers improved their SEC record to 1-2 with a win over the Razorbacks, despite finishing third overall.
Senior Britney Ward and junior Aspen Tucker led the Tigers with individual event wins.
Sunday’s meet highlighted the veterans and newcomers that will lead the Tigers this season.
In light of flooding that forced MU to uproot the floor and reveal the original court, former director of Hearnes Center Tim Hickman provides a tour of the arena, through memorable moments in Mizzou athletics.
The 2018 senior class of Tigers set high expectations for the future as freshmen, but they left the program in the same state as when they joined.
Alabama and Georgia will advance to the NCAA semifinals, while the Tigers will switch their focus to the 2019 season.
Four Tigers received All-SEC honors for their routines.
Friday’s meet was highlighted by senior night celebrations and high-scoring routines from the Tigers.
The Tigers finished behind No. 25 Iowa State and ahead of Iowa.
The veteran squad’s experience has failed the Tigers, who have proved to be far less mentally sharp than what was expected of them.