LSU gymnastics sets record in national semis, advances to Super 6
ST. LOUIS, MO - The LSU gymnastics team set the record for the highest score in NCAA history with a 198.275 in the national semifinal on Friday night.
In the process, the Tigers advanced to their 6th Super 6 in program history and will have the right to compete for the national championship Saturday night.
3 Tigers earned individual national championships, including Kennedi Edney, who won the vault national title outright with a 9.9875: the first for the freshman.
Ashleigh Gnat also brought home a national title with a 9.9625 on the floor, sharing the title with MyKayla Skinner from Utah, and Sarah Finnegan was 1 of 6 national champions on bars with a 9.950.
The Tigers will compete in the Super 6 starting at 8pm on Saturday: the event will air on ESPNU.
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