LSU Tigers gymnast Olivia Dunne is getting some rest and relaxation before the team’s SEC championship meet this weekend.
Last week, LSU ended the regular season with a win thanks to the heroics of Haliegh Bryant who had three perfect scores in the team’s meet against West Virginia.
THREE PERFECT SCORES. ONE MEET.
NEVER BEFORE DONE. pic.twitter.com/Uxp5LaK8fE
— LSU Gymnastics (@LSUgym) March 11, 2023
Bryant became the first gymnast in LSU history with three 10s in one meet, putting on a performance for the ages to lead the No. 6-ranked Tigers to a 198.025-196.425 victory over No. 35 West Virginia before 12,450 fans who spent the night chanting “10! 10! 10!” every time the junior All-American took the floor.
“It’s an honor,” Bryant said of her record-breaking night.
While Dunne can’t travel for spring break, she did squeeze in some sunbathing time in Baton Rouge on Monday.
“Makeshift spring break,” Dunne captioned her Instagram post.
Dunne and LSU will compete in Saturday’s SEC gymnastics championships in Duluth, Georgia.
LSU is currently ranked 6th in the nation in gymnastics and will enter the SEC championships as the No. 2 seed behind Florida.