BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Arkansas’ Katherine Grable won two national titles and Florida’s Bridget Sloan captured the third of her career at the NCAA women’s gymnastics championships.

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Grable won the floor exercise with a 9.9625 and tied with LSU’s Rheagan Courville for first on the vault in Sunday’s individual competition.

It’s the second consecutive year Courville has shared the vault title. Both scored 9.975.

A 2008 Olympian, Sloan won the uneven parallel bars with a score of 9.9375. She won the all-around and balance beam titles last year and had helped the Gators win a share of their second consecutive championship on Saturday night.

Co-champion Oklahoma tied the Gators again with one title. Taylor Spears won the balance beam at 9.925.