The team has had some big wins, like in the Mardi Gras Invitational competition where they scored 198.35, their third-best score ever.
"They were out of their minds competing," Coach Kindler said. "They weren't concerned or worried. It was just happening. It [was] like watching a basketball team that just can't miss."
There have also been close calls. Against Michigan, Oklahoma won with a final score of 197.575-197.525; a victory of only 0.05. It came down to the final event.
"I love to see what can come out of them when adversity strikes, when [we're] up against the wall, and we were," Coach Kindler said of the meet. "It's so hard to compete and channel your energy when you're in a battle. The very last routine, with [senior] Chayse Capps on the beam pretty much had to be a ten or we wouldn't have won, and darn it, if she didn't get a ten."