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Lloimincia Hall
Position: All-Around
Height: 4'11"
Class: Senior
Experience: 4 Letters
City/State: Dallas, Texas
High School: Townview Magnet Center
Club: Texas Dreams
Born: 01/27/1993
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Lloimincia Hall Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 12/22/2015

2015 First-Team Regular Season All-American (FX)
2015 SEC Specialist of the Year
2015 SEC Floor Exercise Champion
2015 All-SEC
2015 SEC Specialist of the Week (vs. Florida, at Centenary)
2015 NACGC/W Scholastic All-American
2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2014 First-Team Regular Season All-American (FX)
2014 SEC Floor Exercise Champion
2014 All-SEC
2014 SEC Specialist of the Week (vs. Alabama)
2014 NACGC/W Scholastic All-American
2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2013 Second-Team All-American (FX)
2013 First-Team Regular Season All-American (FX)
2013 SEC Floor Exercise Champion
2013 All-SEC
2013 NACGC/W Scholastic All-American
2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2013 SEC Gymnast of the Week (vs. Florida)
2013 SEC Specialist of the Week (at Missouri, vs. Alabama)
2012 Second-Team All-American (FX)
2012 SEC Floor Exercise Champion
2012 First-Team All-SEC
2012 Freshman All-SEC
2012 SEC Freshman of the Week (vs. Auburn, vs. NC State)
2012 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

CAREER
Wrapped up her four-year career as the most accomplished floor exercise performer in school history and one of the best in the nation … Earned five All-America honors in her career … Won four straight SEC Floor Exercise titles, joining Alabama’s Ashley Miles as the only gymnasts in SEC history to win four SEC titles in the same event … Finished her career with seven perfect 10.0 scores on floor and 31 individual floor titles, both of which rank as the most in LSU history … Ranked No. 1 nationally on floor for at least one week of her sophomore, junior and senior seasons and finished No. 3 in the national floor standings as a freshman … Her seven career perfect 10.0 scores rank third in LSU history, only behind Jennifer Wood (9) and April Burkholder (8) … Tremendous all-around student-athlete as she finished her career as a four-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member and a three-time Scholastic All-American … Earned her bachelor’s degree in sport administration from LSU in May 2015.

SENIOR SEASON (2015)
Competed on vault and beam in most meets and on floor in every meet … Served as the leadoff on vault in a majority of meets and was first or second in the beam lineup most of the season … Was the anchor performer on floor all season … Earned First-Team Regular Season All-America recognition on floor … Ranked No. 1 in the final national standings on floor in both regional qualifying score (9.975) and average (9.941) … Added two more perfect 10.0 scores on floor against Minnesota (3/6) and at Centenary (3/13) … The only gymnast in the nation with multiple 10.0 scores on floor this season … Named the 2015 SEC Specialist of the Year for her outstanding performance on floor as well as her contributions on vault and beam … Claimed a share of the SEC floor title for the fourth straight season with a 9.975 at the SEC Championship (3/21) to become only the second gymnast in SEC history to win four consecutive titles in the same event (Alabama’s Ashley Miles on FX, 2003-06) … Earned SEC Specialist of the Week honors against Florida (2/20) and at Centenary … Posted season highs of 9.90 on vault, 9.85 on beam and 10.0 on floor … Her 9.90 vault came at the NCAA Ames Regional (4/4) and her 9.85 beam was at Alabama (2/27) … Finished the season with a 9.927 average on floor, 9.865 average on vault and 9.744 beam average … Won her LSU record 28th floor title to cement LSU’s victory against Florida (and finished her career with an LSU record 31 floor titles) … Tallied seven individual titles with six on floor and one on vault … Six floor titles came against Kentucky (1/16), Missouri (1/23), Florida, Minnesota, Centenary and the SEC Championship … Vault title was a 9.85 at Kentucky … Posted a 9.90 or higher in 10 of 13 floor performances … Scored a 9.80 or higher in 29 of 32 total routines, including 13/13 on floor and 10/10 on vault … Earned Scholastic All-America honors for the third straight year and was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the fourth consecutive season.

JUNIOR SEASON (2014)
Consistent competitor who served as the leadoff performer on beam and the anchor in the floor lineup all season … Finished the season ranked No. 3 nationally on floor exercise … Named a First-Team Regular Season All-American on floor … Set the LSU single-season record with three perfect 10s on floor … Her 10s on floor came against Alabama (1/31), at the Metroplex Challenge (2/15) and in the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional (4/5) … Tallied 10 individual titles this season with eight on floor, one on vault and one on beam … Won her vault title with a 9.925 against North Carolina State (3/7) and captured the beam title with a 9.875 versus Missouri (2/28) … Earned the SEC floor title for a school-record third straight year with a 9.95 at the SEC Championship (3/22) … Posted season highs of 9.925 on vault, 9.875 on beam (three times) and 10.0 on floor (three times) … Received SEC Specialist of the Week recognition after she tied her career high on beam with a 9.875 and scored a 10.0 on floor to help LSU defeat Alabama … Her 10.0 routine against Alabama went “viral” in April as the video of the routine received more than 850,000 views online and she did interviews with various national media including ABC’s Good Morning America … Averaged a 9.935 on floor, 9.860 on vault and 9.798 on beam … Scored a 9.80 or higher in 31 of 35 total routines this season and recorded a 9.90 or better in 14 performances, which included 12 of 15 floor routines … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third consecutive season and earned Scholastic All-America honors.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013)
A stellar performer on floor, she ranked No. 1 in the event for most of the season … Tallied First-Team Regular Season All-America honors on floor and Second-Team All-America honors in the event at the NCAA Championships (4/19) … Repeated as SEC Floor Exercise Champion, sharing the crown with teammate Jessica Savona and others by scoring a 9.95 at the SEC Championship (3/23) … Earned All-SEC recognition after winning her second-straight conference floor title … One of only two gymnasts in the country with at least two perfect 10.0 scores this season, and she scored both on floor – at Missouri (2/8) and versus Alabama (3/8) … Is the first LSU gymnast with two 10’s in one season since Ashleigh Clare-Kearney in 2008 and the first Tiger with two 10’s on floor in the same season since April Burkholder in 2004 … Led the team with 10 floor titles … Became the third LSU gymnast to win two SEC floor titles, joining Sandra Smith (‘81, ‘82) and Ashleigh Clare-Kearney (‘08, ‘09) … Earned the NCAA Columbus Regional floor title with a 9.95 … Named SEC Gymnast of the Week after she tied a career high with a 39.450 all-around in LSU’s upset win against Florida … Earned SEC Specialist of the Week against Missouri and Alabama … Set a career high on floor with two 10.0’s and matched career highs on bars (9.85), beam (9.875) and the all-around (39.450) … Named a NACGC/W Scholastic All-American and earned her second appearance on the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2012)
One of LSU’s dynamic freshman performers who showcased her talents in the all-around all season and ranked as one of the nation’s premier standouts on floor … Earned Second-Team All-America recognition with a 9.875 on floor at NCAA Championships Semifinal I (4/20) … Won the SEC Floor Title with a 9.925, becoming the third LSU gymnast (Sandra Smith, Ashleigh Clare-Kearney) and first Tiger freshman to win the conference floor exercise crown … She also became just the third LSU freshman to win an SEC event title, joining Angie Topham who won the 1985 SEC beam title and Julianne Wilson who won the 1988 vault crown … Captured First-Team All-SEC and Freshman All-SEC honors by winning the floor title … Tied with four other gymnasts for the nation’s best score on floor with a 9.975, but she was the only gymnast to post that score twice in 2012 … Posted season highs of 9.95 on vault, 9.85 (twice) on bars, 9.875 on beam, 9.975 (twice) on floor and 39.450 (twice) in the all-around … Compiled 10 individual titles with seven on floor, two in the all-around and one on vault … Ranked No. 3 nationally on floor with a 9.930 RQS and No. 19 in the all-around with a 39.355 RQS … Is one of only 10 gymnasts in school history to score a 9.975 or higher on floor … 9.975’s on floor came at home against NC State (3/2) and West Virginia (3/16) … Floor titles came against Auburn (1/13), Georgia (1/28), Kentucky (2/3), Alabama (2/24), NC State, West Virginia and the SEC Championship … Earned a season-best 9.95 to win the vault title at Iowa (3/9) … Named SEC Freshman of the Week after she won the all-around against Auburn and NC State … Competed in the all-around in 12 of 14 meets and posted nine scores of 9.90 or higher during the season … Led the team with a 9.886 floor average and ranked third on the team with a 9.733 bars average and 9.729 beam average … Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.

CLUB/HIGH SCHOOL
Trained at Texas Dreams where she was coached by Chris Burdette, Kim Zmeskal Burdette, Tiffany Tolnay and Johnnie Rae Schmelzer … Competed as a level 10 gymnast … Three-time J.O. National Championships qualifier, competing from 2009-11 … Finished in the top 10 in the all-around in every appearance at nationals, including a second-place finish in 2010 when she also captured the floor title with a 9.650 … Won the all-around titles at both the 2011 Texas State Championships and the 2011 Region 3 Championships … Also captured the floor title at the 2011 regionals and the beam title at the 2011 Texas state meet … Earned all-around titles at the 2010 Texas State Championships and 2010 Region 3 Championships … Took home the all-around titles at several meets throughout the 2010 and 2011 club seasons … Graduated with high honors from the School of Business & Management at Townview Magnet High School, and she was also a Texas Scholar and a member of the National Society of High School Scholars.

PERSONAL
Full name is Lloimincia D’Chelle Hall … Goes by the nickname Mince … Born Jan. 27, 1993 … Born in Garland, Texas and calls Dallas, Texas home … Daughter of Rev. Lloyd III and Stephanie Hall … Chose LSU because of the dynamic campus, the academic center and her relationship with the coaches and teammates … Graduated with a degree in sport administration in May 2015.

HALL’S CAREER HIGHS
Vault: 9.950 (3-9-12 at Iowa)
Bars: 9.850 (four times; Last: 2-15-13 vs. Arkansas)
Beam: 9.875 (five times; Last: 2-28-14 vs. Missouri)
Floor: 10.000 (seven times; Last: 3-13-15 at Centenary)
All-Around: 39.450 (three times; Last: 1-11-13 vs. Florida)

HALL’S CAREER INDIVIDUAL TITLES
Vault: 3
Beam: 1
Floor: 31
All-Around: 2
Total: 37

 

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