NCAA GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIP
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NCAA Gymnastics Championship Tickets
Location: Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, Texas
Previous Location: Chaifetz Arena, St. Louis, Mo.
Previous Champions: Oklahoma, UCLA, Florida
First Season: 1982
NCAA Gymnastics Championship TicketsBars, beam, vault and floor, the NCAA Gymnastics Championship is the ultimate event in women’s collegiate gymnastics. Since its inception in 1982, when Utah brought home the first win under coach Greg Marsden, women’s gymnastics teams from across the country have gathered to compete for the championship title. Currently, 82 teams from NCAA member institutions are vying for a spot in the championship, with 3,500 student athletes making up the competition. Of those 82 teams, the top 36 will be put on the road to the championships. This number will be reduced to four in the final meet. The final championship meet proves to be a fierce competition — last year’s championship saw Oklahoma take home the win with just 0.5125 more points than the runner-up, LSU. This year’s championship in Fort Worth, Texas, will feature the best of the best. Get your NCAA Gymnastics Championship tickets today at StubHub, the world’s largest ticket marketplace.
When and where will the 2020 NCAA Gymnastics Championship meet be held?The 2020 NCAA Gymnastics Championship meet is set for April 17-18, 2020, at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. The April 17 event will be a semifinal competition held in two sessions. The individual event specialist finals and all-around competition will also be held on April 17. Following that competition, the two top-scoring teams from each semifinal will advance to the final on April 18, 2020.
How are teams chosen for the NCAA Gymnastics Championship meet?From the 82 eligible teams, the top 36 highest-scoring teams from the season are chosen to move forward on the road to the championships. The top 16 of these teams are seeded by the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Committee. The remaining 20 teams compete in one of the four regional competitions. Twelve all-around competitors and 64 event specialists who are not on a qualifying team are also chosen to compete. The top eight teams, four all-around competitors and 16 event specialists move forward from the regionals to the national championships.
Who won the NCAA Gymnastics Championship last season?At the 2019 NCAA Gymnastics Championship, the Oklahoma Sooners under coach K.J. Kindler took home the title with 198.3375 points. LSU was the runner-up with 197.8250 points. Oklahoma went undefeated the entire season with a 32-0 record, and the 2019 meet was their third championship in four years. Oklahoma’s Maggie Nichols won the individual all-around competition and boasted the highest score on beam and floor. Also from Oklahoma, Brenna Dowell had the highest score on vault. The highest individual score on bars went to LSU’s Sarah Finnegan.
Who are some notable NCAA Women’s Gymnastics all-around champions?In women’s gymnastics, the all-around champion is the competitor with the highest cumulative score from all four events. Jenny Hansen is the only woman to be crowned all-around champion for three years. In 2019, Maggie Nichols became the second woman in 20 years to win the title two years in a row. Courtney Kupets achieved the same feat at the 2004 championship.
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When are future NCAA Gymnastics Championship meets?Are you looking for more NCAA Gymnastics Championship dates beyond 2020? The 2021 Championship is scheduled for Dickies Arena in Fort Worth on April 16 and 17. The NCAA Gymnastics Championship in 2022 is to be held at Dickies Arena on April 15 and 16. As the dates for these competitions get closer, check back at StubHub for your NCAA Gymnastics Championship tickets.
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