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2013 Gymnastics Roster

Bridget Sloan


5' 1"
Pittsboro, Ind. (Sharp’s Gymnastics Academy)

2014 NCAA Uneven Bars & 2013 All-Around and Balance Beam Champion

16-time All-American (7 NCAA / 9 NACGC Regular Season)

2013 Honda Award winner

2013 & 2014 All-SEC First Team


Collegiate Bests: 






10 times






Four times






















 *-Florida record







AS A SOPHOMORE (2014) -  NCAA uneven bars champion (9.9375) to become Florida’s career leader (3) in NCAA event titles…added three All-America honors in NCAA Championships competition (vault, bars – first team; floor exercise – second team)…first-team All-American for all-around, vault, bars, beam and floor in the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches (NACGC) All-America regular-season awards - only gymnast in nation to earn first-team honors on every event…topped NCAA Super Six all-around competitors (39.725) for second consecutive season to help Florida win team title…also tied for sixth in NCAA vault final (9.9167)…NACGC Southeast Region Gymnast of the Year…turned in 10.0 marks for balance beam and floor exercise – first Gator to earn perfect marks in multiple events…matched nation’s highest and a Florida record all-around total of 39.825 at Missouri…performance at Missouri earned fifth Southeastern Conference Gymnast of the Week award…repeated as SEC all-around champion (39.70) – also shared second on bars (9.95)…posted nation’s second-highest all-around (39.75) versus Oklahoma and again versus Arkansas…won nine consecutive all-around competitions…set nation’s top balance beam mark with 10.0 at Kentucky – only second Gator to earn mark on event…performance at Kentucky earned fourth consecutive SEC Gymnast of the Week honor…shares nation’s top mark for floor exercise (10.0) with teammate Kytra Hunter with win versus Georgia…performance versus Oklahoma earned SEC Gymnast of the Week honor and shared honor with Hunter after Georgia meet…won at least share of four event titles (vault, bars, beam, all-around) versus Oklahoma…eight winning all-around totals ranked among nation’s No. 1-5 marks in 2014 regular season (39.825/once; 39.75/twice, 39.70/four times, 39.675/once)…marks of 9.95 earned NCAA University Park Regional vault and bars titles…near-perfect marks of 9.975 won Arkansas floor and West Virginia beam competitions…led Gators in 2014 with 34 event titles (10 all-around, seven vault, bars, beam, three floor)…named the co-Outstanding Gymnast of the Year at team’s annual awards banquet…member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.


AS A FRESHMAN (2013) -  NCAA all-around and balance beam champion…first to win World (2009), U.S. (2009) and NCAA all-around titles during career…Honda Award winner as top collegiate gymnast – fourth freshman to win honor in award’s 37-year history…used a 39.60 to become second consecutive Gator to win NCAA all-around title…tenth freshman to claim NCAA all-around in event’s 32-year history…mark of 9.90 won NCAA balance beam final, becoming second consecutive Gator to claim multiple NCAA event titles in a single year…sixth freshman all-time to take multiple event titles in the meet’s history…also turned in marks of 9.90 to tie for second in NCAA uneven bars and fourth in floor exercise finals…equaled collegiate best of 39.75 to lead NCAA Super Six all-around competitors…marks of 9.95 led all Super Six competitors in vault and beam and was second in floor…earned four All-America first team honors (all-around, bars, beam, floor) in NCAA Championships competition…first-team All-American for all-around, bars and beam and second-team in vault in the first National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches (NACGC) All-America regular-season awards…Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year…equaled collegiate-best of 39.75 to share SEC all-around title…also shared SEC uneven bars and floor exercise wins with marks of 9.95…second in NCAA Regional all-around (39.675) and equaled collegiate bars best of 9.975 for third time to take win…upped collegiate all-around best to 39.75 versus Minnesota – the nation’s third-highest since 2009 and equals fifth-highest in school history…all-around runner-up versus Minnesota and also set collegiate balance beam best of 9.975 to win event title…picked up fourth SEC Freshman Gymnast of the Week honor after Minnesota meet…shared fourth all-around title at Utah (39.70)…also equaled collegiate bars best (9.975) at Utah and won the meet’s beam title at 9.95…awarded her second SEC Gymnast of the Week honor after Utah dual…claimed third consecutive all-around win at Georgia with a 39.60…won Alabama dual all-around at 39.675…shared first collegiate all-around title with teammate Ashanée Dickerson at Arkansas with a 39.55…became first freshman to claim the SEC Gymnast of the Week honor after performance at Arkansas…shared vault title (9.925) with Dickerson versus Ball State…Kentucky dual bars winner at 9.975 and runner-up in vault at 9.95 – both marks collegiate-bests…led team with 22 event titles (seven all-around, six bars and beam, two vault , one floor)…shared Outstanding Gymnast award and also received Newcomer of the Year at team’s post-season banquet…first World Championships’ all-around winner (2009) to compete as a collegiate.


PRIOR TO FLORIDA – 2009 World Championships all-around champion…youngest member of 2008 U.S. Olympic silver-medal team in Beijing, China…finished 11th overall in the all-around during team qualifying competition and contributed a 15.20 vault score in Olympic team final…six-time member of U.S. Senior National Team (2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13)…Senior International Elite competitor who represented the U.S. National Team in 15 international competitions, including on the U.S.’s 2010, 2009 and 2007 (reserve athlete) World Championship teams…six-time Visa Championship medalist (gold for 2009 all-around, uneven bars and floor; silver for 2007 floor; bronze for 2008 bars and 2006 beam)…advanced to World Championships’ uneven bars final twice – taking fourth in 2010 and sixth in 2009…part of U.S.’s 2011 Pan America Games gold medal team with current teammate Bridgette Caquatto…joined another former Gator teammate, Mackenzie Caquatto, on the U.S.’s silver medal 2010 World Championships team…earned a spot in 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, but an elbow injury during warm-up of opening day of competition put her on the sideline…trained at Sharp’s Gymnastics and coached by Marvin Sharp…uneven bars and floor exercise are favorite events.


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