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2021 NCAA Men's and Women's Gymnastics Championships set for April 16-17
posted on 04/16/2021

INDIANAPOLIS, April 16, 2021 – The 2021 National Collegiate Men's Gymnastics Championships will be held April 16-17 at Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis, Minn., while the National Collegiate Women's Gymnastics Championships will take place over the same timeframe at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas.

The NCAA's national championship events for both men's and women's gymnastics were cancelled in 2020 due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. On the women's side, the No.1 ranked Oklahoma Sooners will look to defend their 2019 crown, led by AAI Award finalist Anastasia Webb. Meanwhile, the Stanford Cardinal, who are the reigning NCAA men's team champions, enter the weekend ranked third in the nation behind Oklahoma and Michigan.

The men's championships semifinal sessions will air live on BTN+ today at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. ET. Saturday's finals will be broadcast on BTN at 8 p.m. ET. ESPN2 will carry the women's semifinals today at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET. Finals will air on ABC Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET.

Men's National Collegiate Gymnastics Championships
Six teams will face off in each of two semifinal sessions with the top-three teams from each session advancing to the second day of competition. The top-three all-around competitors not on one of the qualifying teams, plus the top-three individuals on each event not already qualified on a team or to the all-around will also advance to the finals on Saturday. The top-ranked Sooners are eyeing their fifth championship in six years, while 2019 all-around champion Brody Malone of Stanford will look to add more hardware to his collection.

Friday, April 16
2 p.m. ET – Semifinal Session 1: Illinois, Navy, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, William & Mary
Watch: BTN+

8 p.m. ET – Semifinal Session 2: California, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Penn State, Stanford
Watch: BTN+

Saturday, April 17
8 p.m. ET – Team, All-Around and Individual Event Finals
Watch: BTN

The championships are hosted by the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and will mark the final competition for both the Golden Gophers and the Iowa Hawkeyes, as both universities have announced their varsity programs will be dissolved following the 2021 season. For more information on the 2021 NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships, please visit

Women's National Collegiate Gymnastics Championships
The top two teams and top all-around competitor from the Athens, Morgantown, Salt Lake City and Tuscaloosa regionals qualified for a spot at this weekend's national championships. The four athletes at each regional who earned the highest individual event scores who were not already part of a qualified team or an advancing all-around competitor also earned the opportunity to compete in their specific events.

All-around and individual event champions will be named today with the top-two teams from each semifinal session advancing to Saturday's team final.

Friday, April 16
1 p.m. ET – Team Semifinal #1: California, Florida, Michigan and Minnesota. Individual Event/All-Around Final #1.
Watch: ESPN2

6 p.m. ET – Team Semifinal #2: Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma and Utah. Individual Event/All-Around Final #2.
Watch: ESPN2

Saturday, April 17
3:30 p.m. ET – Team Final
Watch: ABC

The championships are hosted by Texas Woman's University and Knight Eady. For more information on the 2021 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, please visit

Individual qualifiers
2021 National Collegiate Men's Gymnastics Championships:
    Garrett Braunton, Air Force
    Matt Davis, Army
    Frankie Valentin, Air Force

    Floor exercise
    Corban Barstow, Army
    Collin Hickey, Air Force
    Kalvin Kingshill, Army
    Mitchell McHugh, Army
    Samuel Metzler, Air Force (alternate)
    Graham Shaw, Army

    Pommel horse
    Noah Everett, Air Force
    Matthew Martin, Army
    Scott McMurray, Air Force
    Joseph Minus, Army
    Zachary Mitchell, Army
    Graham Shaw, Army (alternate)

    Still rings
    Patrick Armstrong, Army (alternate)
    Matthew Martin, Army
    Mitchell Monahan, Army
    Kiernan Reagan, Army
    Allen Shadan, Air Force
    Oliver Zavel, Air Force

    Miguel Aquino, Army
    Corban Barstow, Army
    Brandon Bzoskie, Air Force
    Connor Cavanagh, Army
    Jacob Nauman, Army

    Parallel bars
    Patrick Armstrong, Army
    Matthew Martin, Army (alternate)
    Zachary Mitchell, Army (alternate)
    Jackson Pophal, Army
    Kiernan Reagan, Army
    Allen Shadan, Air Force
    Oliver Zavel, Air Force

    Horizontal bar
    Miguel Aquino, Army
    Patrick Armstrong, Army
    Kalvin Kingshill, Army
    Zachary Mitchell, Army
    Jackson Pophal, Army (alternate)
    Allen Shadan, Air Force (alternate)
    Oliver Zavel, Air Force
2021 National Collegiate Women's Gymnastics Championships:
    All around
    Lynnzee Brown, Denver
    Kennedy Hambrick, Arkansas
    Chae Campbell, UCLA
    Hannah Scharf, Arizona State

    Angelica Labat, Illinois State
    Madi Dagen, Oregon State
    Nia Dennis, UCLA
    Raena Worley, Kentucky

    Uneven bars
    Cairo Leonard-Baker, Arizona State
    Margzetta Frazier, UCLA
    Hannah Demers, Central Michigan
    Maggie O'Hara, Arkansas

    Balance beam
    Sydney Schaffer, Missouri
    Bailey Bunn, Kentucky
    Hannah Joyner, Rutgers
    Morgan Tong, Central Michigan

    Floor exercise
    Emily Shepard, NC State
    Hannah McCrary, Missouri
    Abbey Miner Alder, Brigham Young
    Malia Hargrove, Arizona