The Georgia GymDogs will compete in Stegeman Coliseum for the first time in 2018 hosting No. 1 Oklahoma on Monday, January 15 at 2:00 p.m. ET.
Georgia (0-1) vs. No. 1 Oklahoma (0-0)
Monday, Jan. 15, 2017 | 2:00 p.m. ET |
Stegeman Coliseum | Athens, GA
TV & LIVE STREAM:
Watch: SEC Network+
Announcers: (Kevin Copp- PxP, Cat Hires- Analyst)
Live Streaming: CLICK HERE
Live Scoring: CLICK HERE
Georgia owns a 19-12 overall record against Oklahoma although the Sooners have taken nine of the last ten meetings between the teams.
This meet marks the return of Courtney Kupets Carter to Stegeman Coliseum, this time as head coach of the GymDogs.
Five GymDogs to watch, according to Kupets Carter
Sabrina Vega on floor: “Her dance combined with the amazing height in her tumbling is just a showstopper.”
Sydney Snead on vault: “She has been working a Yurchenko double full. She won’t do it in every meet, but hopefully at home meets and then towards the end of season.”
Natalie Vaculik on bars: “She has a huge release move and a very high dismount, so that’s a very fun, powerful routine on bars. You don’t use that word that often on bars, but it really is high-flying and absolutely amazing.”
Jasmine Arnold on floor: “She’s been working so hard for the past three years and now is competing in the floor lineup for the first time. She gets to showcase what she’s capable of so we are excited to see her get out there.”
Rachel Dickson on beam: “She has upgraded quite a bit and has a great first combination: a front aerial to switch leap to straddle quarter. It’s impressive. She doesn’t always need to connect it, but when she does it’s really beautiful and different.”
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