LSU Gymnastics knocks out high score and Georgia
The third ranked LSU gymnastics may have been without one of their stars in senior Jessie Jordan who was down with a neck injury, but the rest of the team stepped up and flexed their depth with a season high score over ninth ranked Georgia.
LSU posted the 198.075-196.850 win in front of 7,722, including LSU football coach Les Miles who also visited the team earlier in the day at practice.
LSU posted the second-best team score in LSU history in front of the third largest crowd in program history.
Senior Rheagan Courville tied the second-best all-around total in LSU history with a career-high 39.825. Courville won vault, bars, floor and the all-around titles outright, and she tied Ashleigh Gnat and Erin Macadaeg for the beam title.
LSU had great team efforts in the wake of competing without senior Jessie Jordan who was held out of action with a neck injury.