Carley Sims
Carley  Sims


Birmingham, Ala.

High School:




Club Team:
JamJev Gymnastics


Alabama Gymnastics Hosts Annual Ghosts and Goblins Intrasquad Thursday

Fans will be admitted to Coleman Coliseum at the southeast corner (the UA Law School side of the Coliseum) starting at 6 p.m. and the competition starts at 6:30 p.m. Seats are limited


Alabama Gymnastics Releases 2016 Home Schedule

The Crimson Tide will host five regular-season home meets as well as the 2016 NCAA Regional Championships


Gymnastics Celebrates Championship Season with 2015 Awards Banquet

The annual event, sponsored by the Crimson Tide's booster organization, The Medalist Club


66 Alabama Student-Athletes Earn Place on SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll

The Tide's total includes 24 women's swimmers and divers, 19 men's swimmers and divers, 12 gymnasts, six women's basketball players and four men's basketball players


Six Gymnasts Earn All-America Honors

A total of six members of the 2015 Alabama gymnastics team earned 10 All-America honors during the recent NCAA Championships


WVUA Feature: Carley Sims

WVUA Feature: Carley Sims

2015 | Junior Honors – Second Team Vault All-American … Second Team Floor Exercise All-American … Overall — after competing just five times in the Tide’s competitive lineup as a freshman and sophomore, competed 33 routines for the Tide in 2015 including 14 each on the vault and floor exercise ... Vault — competed on the vault 14 times during the season, with a career-best 9.925 at Missouri... won the vault at Kentucky and Missouri ... Uneven Bars — competed on the uneven bars three times during the season, including career-best 9.825s against LSU and at Missouri ... Balance Beam — competed on the balance beam for the first time in her Crimson Tide career at Georgia where she posted a career-best 9.825, a score she matched at Missouri ... Floor Exercise — competed on the floor exercise 14 times, posting a career-best 9.95 to take third at the SEC Championships ... won the floor exercise with matching 9.9s at Kentucky and against Boise State and at the NCAA Auburn Regional Championship ... In The Classroom — Earned a place on the Dean’s List (3.5 or better grade point average) for the fall semester.

2014 | Sophomore Honors — SEC Academic Honor Roll … Vault — went in the Tide’s competitive vault lineup at the Ozone Collegiate Classic with a 9.850, a score she matched at the Quad Meet ... Uneven Bars — made her debut in the Tide’s competitive uneven bars lineup in the season opener against Missouri ... Floor Exercise — made her debut in the Tide’s competitive floor exercise lineup in the season opener against Missouri.

2013 | Freshman Honors — SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Vault — Made her debut in the Tide’s competitive vault lineup against UCLA, earning a 9.800 ... posted a career-best 9.875 on the vault at LSU ... Uneven Bars — Exhibitioned on the uneven bars at Georgia and Florida and against Auburn and UCLA ... made her debut in the Crimson Tide’s competitive lineup at Arkansas with a 9.775 on the uneven bars ... Floor Exercise — Exhibitioned on the floor exercise at Missouri to open her Alabama career ... In The Classroom — Earned Dean’s List honors (3.5 or better grade point average) in the fall.

Coached by former Alabama All-American Dara (Stewart) Lowery as well as John Lowery and David Hill at JamJev Gymnastics ... double-medalist at the 2011 U.S. Junior Olympic National Championships ... finished second on the floor exercise and third on the vault at the 2011 J.O. National Championships after posting three top-10 finishes at the same meet in 2010 ... five-time competitor at the U.S. Junior Olympic National Championships ... won four events, including the all-around, at the 2011 Region 8 Championships, and was second on the balance beam ... won all four events and the all-around at the 2011 Alabama State Championships ... graduated with a 3.5 grade point average.

Full Name: Carley Victoria Sims ... daughter of Pam and Carl Sims ... brother – Bryant Felder ... sister – Brianna ... advertising major ... born Jan. 5, 1994.

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