The Tigers are coming off a season best effort with last week's performance against Missouri, posting a road score of 197.275. It was the highest road score for the Tigers in eight years.
Lloimincia Hall's perfect 10.0 score on the floor, helped to move the Tigers up to the No. 1 spot on the floor exercise this week. The Tigers are ranked No. 2 on the vault, No. 8 on the beam, and No. 17 on the uneven bars.
Rheagan Courville moves up five spots this week to No. 13 in the all-around, with Kaleigh Dickson moving up four spots to No. 21.
Courville's individual rankings are as follows: No. 14 on the floor exercise, No. 15 on the balance beam, and No. 23 on the vault.
Kaleigh Dickson is ranked No. 15 on the uneven bars this week.
Tigers ranking in the individual standings are Randi Lau, No. 7 on the vault, and Jessie Jordan at No. 24.
Sarie Morrison ranks No. 7 individually on the uneven bars and No. 9 on the vault.
The Tigers will be back in action at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center this Friday to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks at 7 p.m.