The Huntsman Center at the University of Utah will host one of the women’s NCAA regionals
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April 8, 2010 – The country’s top collegiate gymnasts will vie for national titles in April at four championship events: NAIGC National Championships, April 8-10; USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate Championships, April 15-17; NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championships, April 15-17; and NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships, April 22-24. The USA Gymnastics Men’s Collegiate National Championships and the NCGA Championships were held March 26-27.

The fields for the USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate Championships, NAIGC National Championships and NCAA Men’s National Championships have already been determined. The road to the Women’s NCAA National Championships begins on April 10 with the Regional Championships. Here’s a quick snapshot of the championship events taking place this April, in chronological order.

  • NAIGC Nationals, April 8-10, San Marcos, Texas – The 2010 National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs (NAIGC) National Championships will be held at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, on April 8-10. The NAIGC National Championships is features club gymnastics teams. Qualifying competition is Thursday, April 8, and Friday, April 9, with three sessions each day beginning at 9:50 a.m. The women will compete in all six qualifying sessions, with the men only participating in the third and sixth sessions. Team, all-around and individual event finals are Saturday, April 10, at 11:50 a.m. Admission is free. For more information, go to

  • Women’s NCAA Regionals, April 10, Six locations – The path to the 2010 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships travels through six regional sites: UCLA– Los Angeles; University of Utah-Salt Lake City, Utah; University of Missouri-Columbia, Mo.; University of Kentucky-Lexington, Ky.; Penn State-University Park, Pa.; and West Virginia-Morgantown, W. Va. Thirty-six teams qualified for the six Regionals, with six teams, five all-around competitors and one individual event specialist (who are not on a qualifying team) per event competing at each regional site. The top two teams from each regional will advance to the NCAA Championships. Competition at each regional begins at 6 p.m. local time on Saturday, April 10. Tickets are available through each regional’s host school box office. For more information and the list of competitors at each regional, log onto

  • USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships, April 15-17, Denton, Texas – The USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships will be held at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas, on April 15-17 in Kitty Magee Arena in Pioneer Hall. Eight teams and 18 individual qualifiers from across the country will compete for team and individual national titles. Two team semifinals and individual event qualifying sessions take place on Thursday, April 15 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. The top four teams (based on team score) advance to compete in the team finals on Friday, April 16. The top 10 finishers on each event qualify for individual event finals on Saturday, Apr. 17. For event and ticket information, log onto

  • Men’s NCAA Championships, April 15-17, West Point, N.Y. – The 2010 NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championships begin April 15 at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. at the Holleder Center. Twelve teams will compete on the first day of competition, a two-session National Qualifier. The top three teams from each National Qualifier session advance to team finals on April 16. The top six all-around gymnasts (three from each session) who are not members of a qualified team and the top six gymnasts for each apparatus (three from each session) who did not qualify as part of a team or the all-around also advance to the championship finals on April 17. For more information, go to

  • Women’s NCAA Championships, April 22-24, Gainesville, Fla. – The top two finishers from each of the six Regionals on April 10 advance to the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships at the University of Florida in the Stephen C. O’Connell Center in Gainesville. The competition schedule for the women’s championships is: April 22 – team preliminaries and all-around finals, 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.; April 23 – Super Six (team) finals, 6 p.m.; and April 24 – individual event finals, 6 p.m. The top six teams in the prelims advance to the Super Six team finals, which will air tape-delayed on CBS, Sat., May 8 at 2 p.m. ET. The top four individuals, plus ties, on each event in the team prelims advance to the individual event finals. For event and ticket information, log on to

Additional information on qualification procedures, formats, and winners for these collegiate championships can be found at or