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She did it: Florida gymnastics star Trinity Thomas tied the NCAA record for perfect 10s.Now the question is where she ranks ...
Now the question is where she ranks in Gators athletic history.
Thomas competed in just two events at Saturday's national final after injuring her leg two weeks ago. But that was enough to cement her status among the greats, nailing her vault routine to notch a perfect score of 10.0 for the 28th time in her collegiate career.
It tied her with Kentucky's Jenny Hansen (1993-96) and UCLA's Jamie Dantzscher (2001-04) for perfect routines. She had a chance to clinch the top spot all on her own, but she could only manage a 9.9125 on the uneven bars (we use "only" in the most respectful terms).
The York, Pennsylvania, native closes her career in Gainesville with three SEC Gymnast of the Year awards and one NCAA all-around title. And fans on Twitter wanted to make sure she knew how much she will be missed.
Count among them Dominique Moceanu, part of the gold medal-winning 1996 U.S. Olympic team:
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Thomas is certainly one of the greatest athletes to don the orange and blue. How does she compare to, say, Tim Tebow? Here's what fans on Twitter had to say:
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If you were to ask any Florida gymnastics fan what their worst nightmare is, many would likely say an injury to senior all-arounder Trinity Thomas.Unfortunately for the second-ranked Gators and their fans, that seemed to be the case Friday night at the NCAA Pittsburgh Regional as Thomas abruptly ended her floor routine before walking off with Florida's athletic trainer Janet Clark, visibly upset.Thomas, who had already posted a 9.90 on beam during the meet's first rotation, came out of her double layout and conti...
If you were to ask any Florida gymnastics fan what their worst nightmare is, many would likely say an injury to senior all-arounder Trinity Thomas.
Unfortunately for the second-ranked Gators and their fans, that seemed to be the case Friday night at the NCAA Pittsburgh Regional as Thomas abruptly ended her floor routine before walking off with Florida's athletic trainer Janet Clark, visibly upset.
Thomas, who had already posted a 9.90 on beam during the meet's first rotation, came out of her double layout and continued through the next few steps of her number before doubling over with her hands on her knees.
Once Thomas' routine music was paused, those in attendance also fell silent as Thomas was helped off the floor by Clark and was briefly visited by head coach Jenny Rowland. Approximately 20 minutes later, Thomas emerged from the locker room and rejoined her teammates without any visible supports or tape. However, Thomas didn't return to competition Friday night.
Florida later revealed that Thomas suffered a right lower leg injury and she is listed as day-to-day.
Despite being without Thomas for the latter half of the night, the Gators were still able to cruise to the Regional Final after posting a score of 197.875. Florida topped Arizona State (197.525), Penn State (196.825) and Maryland (196.675).
"I really don't know what to say," Rowland said afterward. "There comes a time when our athletes have to trust what's going on and we're really grateful and thankful that she didn't try to be a superhero and continue and finish and actually stopped."
Gymnasts listening to their body is something Thomas preaches on often.
In fact, just before she and the Gators left for Pittsburgh, Thomas mentioned that it was one of the aspects that made Florida's team so successful in the postseason.
"This team has done a really good job of taking care of themselves in and outside the gym and speaking up when we need to back off a little bit or push a little bit harder," Thomas said. "We just have a very wise team, an older team and so we know what's best."
Thomas, who hails from York, Penn., was excited to return to her home state and compete in front of a large entourage of family and friends.
"Before going into SECs, it wasn't like we we're going to go to Pittsburgh," Thomas said. "So to be able to move up into second again and get Pittsburgh as a regional, it feels like it was pretty much fate, huh?"
Florida freshman Kayla DiCello, who won this year's SEC Freshman of the Year award, led the way for the Thomas-less Gators, posting an all-around score of 39.800. DiCello's best mark of the night came on the uneven bars, where she notched a perfect 10.
DiCello also won the vault with a 9.950, while sophomore Leanne Wong took the floor title with a 9.975. "Super proud how the team handled that and how they reacted," Rowland said. "They remained calm and continued on."
Following Friday night's meet, the Gators pair up with Arizona State, California and Michigan State in Sunday's region final. From there, the two top teams advance to the NCAA Championships on April 14 and 15 in Fort Worth.
The second-ranked Florida Gators gymnastics team is six days removed from seeing its leading all-arounder go down with an injury and just a week out from competing for a national championship − a recipe no one likes.On March 31 at the Pittsburgh regional, Florida fifth-year senior and the NCAA's reigning all-around champion ...
The second-ranked Florida Gators gymnastics team is six days removed from seeing its leading all-arounder go down with an injury and just a week out from competing for a national championship − a recipe no one likes.
On March 31 at the Pittsburgh regional, Florida fifth-year senior and the NCAA's reigning all-around champion Trinity Thomas abruptly ended her floor routine after suffering a lower-leg injury.
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While Thomas' status was listed as day-to-day following the meet, she didn't compete in Sunday's region final, which saw the Gators take second place behind California. Fortunately for Florida, the top two teams from each regional advance to the NCAA Championships.
"I know that meet was for Trin," Florida head coach Jenny Rowland said of the Gators' region final performance. "For all she's done for this team, they truly are committed to each other and wanted to show her how much she means to them and in turn, that was just a celebration on her behalf."
With an opportunity for the Gators to capture their first national championship since 2015 next week, when Rowland met with media members Thursday, the elephant in the room was whether or not Rowland expected Thomas to be available for Florida's championship appearance.
"The obvious question's answer ... she's definitely getting better," Rowland said. "It is still a day-to-day basis and we're just doing what we can to protect her to get her healthy and we'll see if she's in a position to go forward."
Thomas has been "living" in treatment and rehab and has been visiting the team's acupuncturists, Rowland says.
It also sounds like Florida's No. 1 gymnast is in high spirits despite the setback.
"Honestly, surprisingly, she's doing really well," Rowland said. "She's really focused on doing what she can control right now. ... She's been in the gym, always a smile on her face, helping and supporting the team and always doing what she can."
Additional specifics regarding Thomas' injury weren't provided. However, Rowland did mention that Thomas is able to walk around and has been spending time in and out of a walking boot as the Gators' athletic training staff has been working to find the proper balance between maintaining mobility and alleviating pain.
The No. 2 Gators are set to take the floor of Fort Worth's Dickies Arena on April 13 at 3 p.m. for NCAA Semifinal I, where they will be competing against California, Denver and LSU.
When that happens, will Thomas compete?
"I'm always optimistic," Rowland said. "I'm always that person that looks at the glass half-full. So we'll see."
Florida needed a storybook ending to win the NCAA gymnastics championship. The Gators came up 15/100ths of a point short.Storybook would have been senior Trinity Thomas coming back from an injury to score two perfect 10s. The final one would have propelled UF to its first national title in eight years and capped on...
Florida needed a storybook ending to win the NCAA gymnastics championship. The Gators came up 15/100ths of a point short.
Storybook would have been senior Trinity Thomas coming back from an injury to score two perfect 10s. The final one would have propelled UF to its first national title in eight years and capped one of the greatest individual careers in NCAA history.
It was half a storybook.
Thomas got a 10.0 in the vault, tying the NCAA record of 28 perfect scores in a career. The crowd at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth erupted at witnessing gymnastics history, but it wasn’t enough to deter Oklahoma.
The Sooners held on to win 198.3877 to Florida’s 198.2375. It was their sixth national title in the past nine years, and an agonizing déjà vu for the Gators.
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Last year, they finished .112 behind Oklahoma. The Gators’ score on Saturday would have won last year’s meet.
“We left it all out there on the floor,” Thomas told ABC after the meet, “and I couldn’t be more proud of us.”
Florida fans would undoubtedly say the same about Thomas, who injured her lower left leg in the NCAA regional meet two weeks earlier. She wasn’t able to practice and her availability for Fort Worth was in doubt.
Thomas entered the vault and uneven bars in Thursday’s semifinals and on Saturday, but the injury kept her out of floor and beam events. Given her regular-season scores, that probably cost the Gators some precious fractions of a point.
UF showed it was far more than a one-woman team, however. Ellie Lazzari fell off the beam in the first event, but the Gators avoided the potentially disastrous start and began separating from the other finalists, Utah and LSU.
It became apparent the meet would come down to Oklahoma and UF, which was going for its first NCAA title since winning three in a row from 2013-2015.
Kayla DiCello and LeAnne Wong each had a 9.975 in the bars, the best score of the day. Riley McCusker, Victoria Nguyen and Sloane Blakely all had solid performances.
The show-stopping moment came in the third rotation, when Thomas nailed the landing on her vault. All eyes went to the judges table, where Thomas got the score everybody was waiting for.
“I was not focused on that at all,” she said. “I was just focused on being out there one last time with my team.”
Florida’s last event was the bars, while Oklahoma’s was the floor. Thomas’s routine was almost flawless, but she leaned slightly over on the landing and had to wave her arms to maintain her balance.
She got a 9.9125. DiCello and Wong threw in their 9.975s as UF had its best score in the event in program history for an NCAA Finals. The Gators also had all-time marks in the beam and vault.
As good as that was, it wasn’t quite good enough.
“They kept fighting and fighting,” coach Jenny Rowland said. “I couldn’t ask for anything more from them.”
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The fifth-year senior from York, Pennsylvania, came into Saturday's final with a perfect 10 in a routine 27 times throughout her storied career at UF. She picked up her 28th on the vault to tie the record.
Gators fans feared she might not have the chance after suffering a lower-leg injury during the regional round. But Thomas came back in Thursday's national semifinal, though she competed in only two of the four events.
Thomas was held to just the vault and the uneven bars in the semifinal round. Reports from Dickies Arena in Fort Worth indicate she will be held to those two events again in the final.
That would still give her a chance to break the all-time NCAA record; she stuck two perfect 10s at the SEC championships, after all.
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Thomas competed in the vault and bars on Saturday, and with her first performance of the day, she made history with a 10.0 on the vault.
It's her fifth 10 on the vault, giving her a record fifth "gym slam."
Thomas ended her Gators career with a 9.9125 on the uneven bars. She had to gather herself on the landing, hugging her coach afterward and giving one last Gator Chomp to the crowd.
Thomas entered the NCAA championships with 27 perfect 10s in her career, tying her with Georgia's Hope Spivey, who put together 27 perfect marks from 1991-94.
Thomas came in one shy of the NCAA record of 28, set by Jenny Hansen with Kentucky from 1993-96 and Jamie Dantzscher of UCLA from 2001-04.
In the NCAA regional semifinal March 31, Thomas stopped her floor routine with a leg injury.
Two weeks later, Thomas was back on the mats in the NCAA semifinals, but competing only in the vault and bars. She notched a 9.95 on the bars — the best score in the session — in her first event back from the injury.
Thomas recorded a 9.90 on the vault, good for third in the session.
Thomas is the only NCAA gymnast to record a "gym slam" — a perfect 10 on the uneven bars, vault, balance beam and floor routine — four times. She entered the NCAA final with 12 career 10s on the floor, six on the beam, five on the bars and four on the vault.
There was plenty of buzz on social media after Thomas tied the NCAA record for perfect 10s. Here's a sampling:
Alas, the 29th perfect 10 was not to be. But it was still a stellar finish to Thomas' legendary career.