DULUTH, Ga. -- Kat Ding waited most of her career to prove she could be more than an uneven bars specialist.
The Georgia senior proved her point in the final routine of her college career.
Ding defended her NCAA women's gymnastics championship on the uneven bars before adding another title on the floor exercise Sunday.
Ding set career highs in each event. It was only the 11th floor exercise competition of her career, due to injuries and her difficulty on the event.
"In all honesty floor has been pretty much one of the hardest events for me," Ding said. "It finally came around this year."
Ding ruptured a tendon in her foot at the end of her sophomore season and had a stress reaction in her femur last year. Each injury helped limit Ding to working on the bars.
Ding almost achieved perfection on the uneven bars.
Four of six judges awarded Ding perfect 10s. She drew 9.95s from the other two judges, and her winning average was 9.9875. She won the floor exercise with a score of 9.950. She also finished third on the vault.
Alabama, which won its second straight team championship Saturday, added an individual title when Geralen Stack-Eaton won the balance beam with a 9.9375 score.
Florida's Kytra Hunter won the vault with a 9.875, and Alabama's Diandra Milliner (9.825) was second. Hunter won the all-around championship Friday night, edging Ding.
It was a sweep for the Southeastern Conference in the individual and team competitions. Alabama edged Florida in Saturday's team final. Each of Sunday's four individual championships went to the conference.
Utah's Georgia Dabritz and Kailah Delaney finally had their freshman moment. The first-team All-Americans, competing in their first NCAA Championships, came up big during the two days of team competition, but both were subpar in event finals.
Delaney finished ninth and Dabritz 10th on vault as Utah's only individual event finalists.
Dabritz and Delaney were two of five Utes who combined to win eight All-America honors at the championships. They were joined on the first team by Stephanie McAllister and Corrie Lothrop, both in the all-around. Second team honors went to Lothrop on bars and floor, McAllister on vault and freshman Tory Wilson on vault.