During SEC dual meets, fans can always count on Kentucky for an upset against higher ranked teams, like in 2016 where it beat Missouri or against Arkansas and Auburn in 2015. The Wildcats are regulars at the NCAA Regional Championships, having qualified 27 times over the last 35 years. They have yet to qualify as a team to the NCAA National Championships, although they do regularly send individuals. While plagued by season-ending injuries in 2015, the Wildcats were able to rebound successfully during their 2016 campaign. The team posted a program record score of 196.25 at the SEC Championship, landing it in seventh place and qualifying to its 12th-straight regionals. Freshmen sensations Sidney Dukes and Alex Hyland qualified to nationals in the all-around to represent the Wildcats. Moreover, Kentucky was home to one of NCAA’s great Jenny Hansen from 1993 to 1996. Hansen has eight national titles on her resume, including three all-around titles in a row, two on vault and beam each and one on floor. Additionally, Hansen won nine SEC titles, as well as the prestigious Honda-Broderick Sports Award three times in a row. She scored a 10.0 on vault 21 times in her career and recorded multiple perfect scores on beam and floor as well. Other former successful Wildcats are Robin Ewing, Ashley Burkholder and Aronda Primault.