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Florida Gators gymnastics
to host NCAA regional

Written by Andrew Spivey, March 20, 2017, 0 Comments,

Special report on the Florida Gators gymnastics team:

GAINESVILLE, Fla.  – The six-team field for the 2017 Gainesville Regional Gymnastics Championships was revealed today. The NCAA Gymnastics Committee unveiled the fields for each of the six 2017 NCAA Region Championships sites Monday afternoon.

NCAA Gainesville Regional competition is set for Saturday, April 1 at 4 p.m. ET in the Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center

The field for the NCAA Gainesville Gymnastics Regional includes No. 3 Florida, No. 10 Georgia, No. 15 Missouri, No. 30 New Hampshire No. 33 Penn State and No. 35 North Carolina.

The top two teams and the top two all-around competitors (who are not on an advancing team) from each region site advances to the NCAA Championships, set for April 14-15 at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Mo.
Tickets:
Tickets are on sale now for the NCAA Gainesville Regional.

Ticket Prices:

Reserved:

$10

General Admission Adult:

$7

General Admission Youth (12 & under)/Seniors:

$5

UF Students:

$5

Visit the Gators ticket site<http://floridagators.com/sports/2015/12/10/_tickets_gymnastics_.aspx> for complete information about getting tickets for the NCAA Gainesville Regional Championships.

Coach Rowland Says:
“We are excited to have this event here in Gainesville, It is wonderful we don’t have to travel. We can sleep in our own beds, we can stay on our daily schedules – it is a great advantage for this team. It is the perks of hosting. We are very fortunate that the University of Florida welcomes these opportunities for its teams. We are looking forward to an exciting event in Gainesville.” – Florida Head Coach Jenny Rowland

NCAA Regional Competition Info:
Last year, UF won the program’s 16th NCAA Regional title in Minneapolis, Minn., to advance to its 34th  NCAA Championships. Florida took fourth in the 2016 NCAA Super Six team final, held in Fort Worth, Texas.

Each of the six regions have three teams among the nation’s top 18, with one team each from the nation’s No. 1-6, No. 7-12, and No. 13-18 ranking positions. The final three spots in each regional were filled from teams ranked 19-36 by regional qualifying score. The committee tried to keep those teams within their own region as much as possible.

The 2017 Gainesville Regional contains two teams that advanced to the 2016 NCAA Super Six team final – Florida and Georgia. Three other teams among the field will look to return to NCAA Championship action – Missouri (2010 – last appearance), Penn State (2014) and New Hampshire (l1994). North Carolina will look for its first NCAA berth.

Florida will open regional competition on the uneven bars.

In addition, four all-around competitors (who are not on a qualifying team) and two individual specialists per event advance to each of the six regions. The all-around competitors and event specialists came from within the region. North Carolina State junior Chelsea Knight<http://gopack.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=4339&path=wgym> is paired with the Gators for regional competition.

For the fourth consecutive season, the seeding determined at the time of regional selections will be maintained throughout the championships. Standard bracketing procedures will be followed with teams seeded 1, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 12 placed on the left side of the bracket and teams seeded 2, 3, 6, 7, 10 and 11 placed on the right side of the bracket.

2017 NCAA Gainesville Regional Competition Order

Vault

Bye

Bars

Beam

Bye

Floor

I

Georgia

UNH

Florida

PSU

Missouri

UNC

II

UNC

Georgia

UNH

Florida

PSU

Missouri

III

Missouri

UNC

Georgia

UNH

Florida

PSU

IV

PSU

Missouri

UNC

Georgia

UNH

Florida

V

Florida

PSU

Missouri

UNC

Georgia

UNH

VI

UNH

Florida

PSU

Missouri

UNC

Georgia

2017 NCAA Gymnastics Regional Fields (with national rank)

Gainesville Regional (Gainesville, Fla.) – April 1 @ 4 p.m. ET

3.

Florida

11.

Georgia

16.

Missouri

20.

New Hampshire

28.

Penn State

31.

North Carolina

Champaign Regional (Champaign, Ill.) – April 1 @ 5 p.m. ET

5.

UCLA

8.

Oregon State

17.

Iowa

19.

Illinois

22.

Eastern Michigan

26.

Ohio State

Fayetteville Regional (Fayetteville, Ark.) – April 1 @ 5 p.m. ET

4.

Utah

9.

Denver

16.

California

21.

Auburn

27.

Arkansas

28.

Central Michigan

Lincoln Regional (Lincoln, Neb.) – April 1 @ 5 p.m. ET

2.

LSU

11.

Boise State

14.

Nebraska

25.

Arizona

29.

Iowa State

36.

Minnesota

Morgantown Regional (Morgantown, W.Va.) – April 1 @ 4 p.m. ET

6.

Alabama

7.

Michigan

18.

Southern Utah

20.

George Washington

23.

West Virginia

31.

Kent State

Seattle Regional (Seattle, Wash.) – April 1 @ 7 p.m. ET

1.

Oklahoma

12.

Kentucky

13.

Washington

24.

Utah State

32.

Stanford

34.

BYU

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Special report on the Florida Gators gymnastics team:

GAINESVILLE, Fla.  – The six-team field for the 2017 Gainesville Regional Gymnastics Championships was revealed today. The NCAA Gymnastics Committee unveiled the fields for each of the six 2017 NCAA Region Championships sites Monday afternoon.

NCAA Gainesville Regional competition is set for Saturday, April 1 at 4 p.m. ET in the Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center

The field for the NCAA Gainesville Gymnastics Regional includes No. 3 Florida, No. 10 Georgia, No. 15 Missouri, No. 30 New Hampshire No. 33 Penn State and No. 35 North Carolina.

The top two teams and the top two all-around competitors (who are not on an advancing team) from each region site advances to the NCAA Championships, set for April 14-15 at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Mo.
Tickets:
Tickets are on sale now for the NCAA Gainesville Regional.

Ticket Prices:

Reserved:

$10

General Admission Adult:

$7

General Admission Youth (12 & under)/Seniors:

$5

UF Students:

$5

Visit the Gators ticket site<http://floridagators.com/sports/2015/12/10/_tickets_gymnastics_.aspx> for complete information about getting tickets for the NCAA Gainesville Regional Championships.

Coach Rowland Says:
“We are excited to have this event here in Gainesville, It is wonderful we don’t have to travel. We can sleep in our own beds, we can stay on our daily schedules – it is a great advantage for this team. It is the perks of hosting. We are very fortunate that the University of Florida welcomes these opportunities for its teams. We are looking forward to an exciting event in Gainesville.” – Florida Head Coach Jenny Rowland

NCAA Regional Competition Info:
Last year, UF won the program’s 16th NCAA Regional title in Minneapolis, Minn., to advance to its 34th  NCAA Championships. Florida took fourth in the 2016 NCAA Super Six team final, held in Fort Worth, Texas.

Each of the six regions have three teams among the nation’s top 18, with one team each from the nation’s No. 1-6, No. 7-12, and No. 13-18 ranking positions. The final three spots in each regional were filled from teams ranked 19-36 by regional qualifying score. The committee tried to keep those teams within their own region as much as possible.

The 2017 Gainesville Regional contains two teams that advanced to the 2016 NCAA Super Six team final – Florida and Georgia. Three other teams among the field will look to return to NCAA Championship action – Missouri (2010 – last appearance), Penn State (2014) and New Hampshire (l1994). North Carolina will look for its first NCAA berth.

Florida will open regional competition on the uneven bars.

In addition, four all-around competitors (who are not on a qualifying team) and two individual specialists per event advance to each of the six regions. The all-around competitors and event specialists came from within the region. North Carolina State junior Chelsea Knight<http://gopack.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=4339&path=wgym> is paired with the Gators for regional competition.

For the fourth consecutive season, the seeding determined at the time of regional selections will be maintained throughout the championships. Standard bracketing procedures will be followed with teams seeded 1, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 12 placed on the left side of the bracket and teams seeded 2, 3, 6, 7, 10 and 11 placed on the right side of the bracket.

2017 NCAA Gainesville Regional Competition Order

Vault

Bye

Bars

Beam

Bye

Floor

I

Georgia

UNH

Florida

PSU

Missouri

UNC

II

UNC

Georgia

UNH

Florida

PSU

Missouri

III

Missouri

UNC

Georgia

UNH

Florida

PSU

IV

PSU

Missouri

UNC

Georgia

UNH

Florida

V

Florida

PSU

Missouri

UNC

Georgia

UNH

VI

UNH

Florida

PSU

Missouri

UNC

Georgia

2017 NCAA Gymnastics Regional Fields (with national rank)

Gainesville Regional (Gainesville, Fla.) – April 1 @ 4 p.m. ET

3.

Florida

11.

Georgia

16.

Missouri

20.

New Hampshire

28.

Penn State

31.

North Carolina

Champaign Regional (Champaign, Ill.) – April 1 @ 5 p.m. ET

5.

UCLA

8.

Oregon State

17.

Iowa

19.

Illinois

22.

Eastern Michigan

26.

Ohio State

Fayetteville Regional (Fayetteville, Ark.) – April 1 @ 5 p.m. ET

4.

Utah

9.

Denver

16.

California

21.

Auburn

27.

Arkansas

28.

Central Michigan

Lincoln Regional (Lincoln, Neb.) – April 1 @ 5 p.m. ET

2.

LSU

11.

Boise State

14.

Nebraska

25.

Arizona

29.

Iowa State

36.

Minnesota

Morgantown Regional (Morgantown, W.Va.) – April 1 @ 4 p.m. ET

6.

Alabama

7.

Michigan

18.

Southern Utah

20.

George Washington

23.

West Virginia

31.

Kent State

Seattle Regional (Seattle, Wash.) – April 1 @ 7 p.m. ET

1.

Oklahoma

12.

Kentucky

13.

Washington

24.

Utah State

32.

Stanford

34.

BYU

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