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Luisa Blanco, Lilly Hudson Combine for Four WCGA Regular Season All-America Honors

By University of Alabama sports information,


Blanco has now earned 15 All-America honors in her career.

Luisa Blanco earned three accolades, picking up first-team honors on both the balance beam and floor exercise along with second-team recognition in the All-Around. Blanco has now totaled 15 honors for her career, just three behind the program record of 18 set by Jeana Rice from 2001-04.

Lilly Hudson earned her third career All-America honor on the floor exercise, picking up second-team recognition on the event.

In all, 79 Alabama gymnasts have combined to earn 384 All-America honors. This total includes Championship All-America honors along with regular season All-America, which began in 2013.


  • Fifteen-time All-American, with nine regular-season honors and six championship accolades in her career
  • Ranked No. 3 in the NCAA on the balance beam with an NQS of 9.970, ranking No. 1 within the SEC on the event
  • Recorded three perfect 10.0s on the balance beam in the 2023 season
  • Closed out the regular season with a No. 6 national ranking on the floor exercise an NQS of 9.955
  • Ranked No. 10 in the nation and No. 5 in the SEC in the all-around, finishing the regular season with an NQS of 39.640


  • Earned All-America accolades on the floor exercise, giving her three total All-America honors in her career
  • Competed in the all-around in every meet this season for Alabama, contributing a team-best total of 44 routines
  • Ranked No. 16 in the nation and No. 7 within the SEC on the floor exercise, closing out the regular season with an NQS of 9.940

See also:

Alabama Gymnastics Earns No. 8 Overall Seed in NCAA Tournament

Alabama Gymnastics Rises to the Challenge with Impressive Showing in SEC Championships

An Alabama Gymnastics Bond Formed in a Snap

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