NCAA Womens Gymnastics Championships

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In a Nutshell

Top-ranked Oklahoma and Florida headline a talented field as the 2016 NCAA women’s gymnastics season culminates during championship weekend

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The Deal

  • $15 for one single-session ticket (up to $28 value)
  • $33 for one all-session ticket (up to $56 value)
  • Seating: general admission

Available Sessions

  • Session 1 on Friday, April 15, at 1 p.m.
  • Session 2 on Friday, April 15, at 7 p.m.
  • Session 3 (Super Six Team Finals) on Saturday, April 16, at 8 p.m.

Note: Olympic medalists Carly Patterson and Samantha Peszek will be on hand to greet fans and sign autographs throughout the weekend; Peszek will be available prior to both Friday sessions and Patterson will be available prior to the Saturday session.

NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships

It’s been a strange couple of years in NCAA Women’s Gymnastics. In 2014, the dust settled over the Florida Gators and the Oklahoma Sooners to reveal identical scores and the series’ first-ever tie. In 2015, Florida’s longtime head coach Rhonda Faehn shut out her Okie rivals, but announced her retirement shortly thereafter.

This year, more drama appears to be in the cards as all eyes once again focus on the top-seeded Sooners and the second-ranked Gators, who are chasing their fourth straight title behind new coach Jenny Rowland. During the weekend’s competition, the semifinal and Super Six sessions will whittle a field of 36 down to a national champion, and other events will do the same for all-around individual competitors. Though this year’s field won’t be decided until after regionals in early April, the Sooners and Gators will likely sit amongst a herd of dark horses that could include the Georgia Gymdogs, who took home five consecutive championships from 2005–2009.

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