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Division: NCAA Division I
Conference: Southeastern Conference (SEC)
Colors: Cardinal, White
Head Coach: Jordyn Wieber
Highest NCAA Finish: 5th in 2009
Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics TicketsIf you are interested in watching elite intercollegiate gymnastics competitions, the Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics team from the University of Arkansas is an NCAA Division I women's gymnastics team competing as one of the eight gymnastics teams of the Southeastern Conference. Unlike non-collegiate gymnastics competitions that focus on individual standings, NCAA gymnastics competitions place the focus on school team placement, thereby improving school spirit and allowing the audience to cheer for their school team. During a gymnastics competition, each team rotates through each of the four event apparatuses until all members of both teams have performed on all apparatuses. Coached by 2012 Olympian Jordyn Wieber, the Arkansas Razorbacks have the opportunity to work under a familiar name in the gymnastics community. Don't miss an Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics competition as they try to improve their NCAA ranking. Join in on the fun, and get your Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics tickets at StubHub today!
Where can I get Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics tickets?If you want to cheer your favorite team on, then you can get tickets for Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics competitions at StubHub. StubHub is your source for a variety of tickets. Gymnastics fans can snag a spot at NCAA Women's Gymnastics events as well as other local gymnastics events. Get your tickets at StubHub, and take advantage of the FanProtect guarantee.
Who are the direct competitors to the Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics team?While the SEC Conference is composed of 14 collegiate members, only eight of the members offer NCAA Division I women's gymnastics programs. As each competitive season winds down, the direct competitors for the Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics team will be those teams from within the conference. These teams include Louisiana State University Tigers, University of Florida Gators, University of Alabama Crimson Tide, University of Georgia Bulldog, Auburn University Auburn Tigers, University of Kentucky Wildcats and the University of Missouri Tigers. These eight teams will compete head-on at the SEC Conference Championships on their way to qualify for the NCAA Regional Championships and, ultimately, the NCAA Championships.
Is there a perfect score in a collegiate gymnastics championship?While the scoring system of international Olympic level gymnastics had evolved greatly in the past years, NCAA gymnastics routines are still scored under the 10.0 system. This makes the possibility of gymnasts receiving a perfect score a minute but exciting achievement, especially when the smallest error can eliminate a perfect score. A gym slam is an even more rare occasion and happens when a gymnast scores a perfect 10.0 on all four apparatuses during her career.
What can I expect to see at an Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics competition?While gymnastics competitions normally have both an individual and team component, a collegiate gymnastics competition differs from Olympic level competitions because the majority of the focus is on the school team as opposed to individual titles. Gymnasts compete on four main apparatus - floor, vault, balance beam and the uneven bars. At the end of a round, the lowest score on each apparatus from each team is dropped. At the end of the competition, the school team's total score is tallied from all four rounds to determine the final ranking.
Where does the Arkansas Razorbacks Gymnastics team compete?The Arkansas Razorbacks will compete both home and away competitions throughout the regular season against the other members of the SEC Conference with an NCAA Division I gymnastics team. Barnhill Arena, originally called Arkansas Fieldhouse, has been the home arena of the Arkansas Razorbacks since 2003. It has a gym capacity of 7,296.
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