NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships

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Bridget Sloan on floor. Photo: espn.go.com
Bridget Sloan on floor.
Photo: espn.go.com

 

The NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships begin Friday, April 15 in Fort Worth Texas.

The event will be hosted by the Texas Woman’s University and Knight Eady Sports Group and will be held at the Fort Worth Convention Center Arena.

The qualifying teams, listed by session for Championships, from this past weekend’s Regional Championships include:

Session 1 (4/15 at 1pm):

  • #2 – Florida
  • #3 – LSU
  • #6 – Auburn
  • #9 – Georgia
  • #16 – Minnesota
  • #19 – Stanford

Session 2: (4/15 at 7pm):

  • #1 – Oklahoma
  • #4 – Alabama
  • #5 – Utah
  • #8 – UCLA
  • #10 – California
  • #12 – Nebraska

Also 12 all-around athletes,  the top 2 from each Regional who are not a member of a qualifying team, will get to compete at Championships.    In addition, the winner of each apparatus from each Regional meet also gets to compete at Championships, as long as their team did not qualify and they are not one of the 12 individual all-around competitors.

QUALIFYING TEAMS & REGIONAL SCORES

Photo: ncaa.com
Photo: ncaa.com

INDIVIDUAL ALL-AROUND QUALIFIERS & REGIONAL SCORES

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Photo: ncaa.com

INDIVIDUAL EVENT QUALIFERS & REGIONAL SCORES

Photo: ncaa.com
Photo: ncaa.com

At the end of Friday night’s competition, we will know the 6 teams moving onto Team Finals and who the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics All-Around winner is and who the Individual Event winners are.

Click on the following link to see the rotations and start list for team qualifications: 2016 NCAA ROTATIONS FOR TEAM QUALIFICATION

Ashleigh Gnat on floor. Photo: theadvocate.com
Ashleigh Gnat on floor.
Photo: theadvocate.com

The top 3 teams from Session 1 and from Session 2  on Friday, will move onto the Super Six Team Finals on Saturday, April 16 at 8pm.

Can UF win a fourth Championship in a row?  Will Oklahoma win again?  Or will we crown a new Team Champion?

ESPNU will be broadcasting all sessions live throughout the Championships.  All listed times are local.

You can see who might be some of the top event finalists at this year’s Championships by visiting our “College 10.0 Routines” page.

Sources: floridagators.com, roadtonationals.com, ncaa.com

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