Women’s Rotations Set For NCAA Championships

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The rotations have been announced for the 2017 NCAA Gymnastics Championships which is set for April 14 and 15.  The event is being hosted by the University of Missouri and the St. Louis Sports Commission and will be held at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Missouri.

The top 12 teams that have advanced from Regionals will be competing in the Semifinals on April 14.

Semifinal I will be held at 1pm EST.

Teams competing are:

  1. Utah
  2. UCLA
  3. Washington
  4. Denver
  5. Oklahoma
  6. Oregon State
Semifinal I – Rotations
Source: ncaa.com

Semifinal II will be at 8pm EST.

Teams competing in Semifinal II are:

  1. Florida
  2. Michigan
  3. Nebraska
  4. Georgia
  5. LSU
  6. Alabama
Semifinal II – Rotations
Source: ncaa.org

The top three teams from Semifinal I and from Semifinal II will advance to the Super Six competition on Saturday, April 15 at 9 p.m. EST.

Teams will be placed in rotations based on the template below.

Super Six Rotations
Source: ncaa.org

You can watch all the action LIVE!

Semifinal I will be aired live on ESPN2 and Semifinal II and the Super Six competition will be aired live on ESPNU.

You can track the competition and make your winning team picks on the bracket below.

NCAA Championship Bracket
Source: ncaa.org

Don’t forget to visit our College 10.0 Routines page to see videos of this years and past years routines that received a perfect score.

Source: ncaa.org

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