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League: NCAA Division I
Home Games: Stegeman Coliseum
Head Coach: Courtney Kupets Carter
Championships: 10 national titles and several conference titles
Georgia Bulldogs Women's Gymnastics TicketsThe Georgia Bulldogs, also known as the "Gymdogs," are currently leading the nation in women's college gymnastics. Their wins include five consecutive victories. The first team formed in 1973 under the leadership of coach Melinda Airhart. Georgia has been part of the NCAA ever since the AIAW dissolved, and 40 individual Bulldog gymnasts have won NCAA titles. Former head coach Suzanne Yoculan led the women's gymnastics team to 16 SEC Championships as well as 10 NCAA Championships. Success has continued to follow the Georgia Bulldogs gymnastics team, as coaches and players have marked a few seasons with undefeated records against tough opponents. Although some years had rocky starts with multiple losses, the Gymdogs still rallied and even took home a national title in 2005. The following year, the team plowed through opponents for top rankings on all events, another undefeated record and a national title to round things out. Consistent success follows the Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team. Get your tickets for Georgia Bulldogs events at StubHub.
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Where do the Georgia Bulldogs play?The women's gymnastics team for the Georgia Bulldogs makes its home at Stegeman Coliseum in Athens, Georgia. The venue is host to various sporting events and has a total capacity of 10,523 seats for fans. It was the venue of choice for some of the events during the 1996 Olympic Games. The roof of the building is a separate structure supported by bellows of aluminum. This design allows the roof to rise or fall as needed when temperatures change with the seasons.
What conference does the Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team play in?The Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team competes as part of the Southeastern Conference. Including the Bulldogs, there are eight member teams in the SEC for the discipline of gymnastics.
Who are the Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team’s biggest rivals in their conference?The women's team at Georgia has had a longstanding rivalry with the Alabama Crimson Tide. Longtime Georgia coach Suzanne Yoculan and Alabama coach Sarah Patterson started this rivalry over 30 years ago. Despite neither woman coaching the teams today, this rivalry still remains as part of their respective legacies. Coaches from both teams admit that it adds some energy to the teams and to fans of the sport in general during matches.
Who is the head coach for the Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team today?Since 2017, Courtney Kupets Carter has been the head coach for the Georgia Bulldogs. Kupets Carter is a successful former gymnast for Georgia herself. Her accolades include two wins at the 2004 Olympic Games and world champion status for uneven bars.
What is a Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics meet like?The most successful college gymnastics program in the nation is sure to bring out passionate fans excited to see yet another victory. The team's many victories — despite some upsets and slow starts here and there — have ensured that there is a dedicated fanbase ready to cheer on Georgia each year both at home and away meets. Rivalry match-ups with other teams in the Southeastern Conference always bring out the most excited fans from each team.
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