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SEC Gymnastics Brief History
The SEC gymnastics is the short form of the South eastern Conference. The SEC is regarded as one of the most prominent gymnastics conference in the NCAA. The inaugural ceremony of the SEC was in 1982 with the NCAA championship. Florida is and Utah are the 2 teams that have appeared in all the 19 earlier contests. The SEC also has the record of having at least one team that managed to finish Top-10 in the NCAA.
The SEC has been a part of record books at many stages. The 1998 NCAA Championships was the only conference where the women's collegiate team managed the top 3 spots. It was the 12th consecutive year for SEC to put at least 2 teams in the top 5 positions. In 1999 NCAA championships Georgia got its 2nd consecutive win and 5th overall win. 2000 witnessed both Georgia and Alabama finishing in the top 5 ranks.
In 2002 the NCAA title was bought back to the SEC by Alabama. They won and got the fourth National Championship with SEC getting the eighth overall title. The SEC teams got the top two spots for the first time since 1998. 2003 saw SEC sending five teams to the NCAA Championships for the third time. Four of these teams finished in the top ten. Alabama was the runner-up, Georgia finished third, Florida seventh and LSU finished tenth. In 2004 the SEC had three of its teams in the top five positions. Georgia won SEC its 10th, 11th and 12th national championships in the years 2005, 2006 and 2007 respectively.