Lloimincia Hall stunned the crowd with an entertaining floor exercise that earned a perfect "10.0" from the judges. It was the first 10.0 of Hall's career and also marked the first 10 for LSU since Ashleigh Claire Kearney scored a 10.0 on vault in 2009.
Rheagan Courville continued to dominate for the Tigers in all events, winning four titles for the night, including the all-around with a total score of 39.600. Courville's score tonight also marked a career high for all-around in her career as a Tiger and posted a career high on parallel bars of 9.95.
Hall and Courville were not the only Tigers on fire, as Kaleigh Dickson and Sarie Morrison tied Courville for the bar title with 9.85 scores. Jessie Jordan tied Courville and Rachel Updike from Missouri for first place on the balance beam with a 9.90 score.
Dickson placed second in the all-around with 39.350, followed by Jordan with a 38.750.
The Tigers will return to the Pete Maravich Assembly Center next Friday to take on Arkansas after four long weeks on the road.