The Gators were only the fifth team to win a national title in NCAA Women’s Gymnastics history in 2013. Following their breakthrough season and first national championship that year, the Gators won two more titles in 2014 (tied with Oklahoma) and 2015, led by all-time Gator great and 2008 Olympian Bridget Sloan. The effect of former head coach Rhonda Faehn on the program was undeniable. During her 13 seasons at the helm, the Gators not only won three national championships in a row but also captured four SEC titles (2007, 2010, 2012, 2013) and advanced to the Super Six nine times. Faehn’s departure after the 2015 season to take a position with USA Gymnastics was unexpected and shook the NCAA world. Jenny Rowland was subsequently named the seventh Gator head coach in May 2015 after spending five years as assistant coach at Auburn. The Gators did not miss a beat during Rowland’s first year, winning their 10th SEC title and qualifying to the Super Six where they finished fourth. Additionally, Sloan added three more national titles (all-around, uneven bars, balance beam) to her incredible gymnastics resume. She is also one of the few gymnasts in the NCAA to have accomplished a “Gym Slam,” scoring a 10.0 on every event. Other former successful Gators include 2008 Great Britain Olympian Marissa King, Kytra Hunter, Alaina Johnson, Ashanee Dickerson, Erinn Dooley and Kristen Guise.