Teams are listed in regional seeding order. The top two teams and the top two all-around competitors not on an advancing team from each of the six regionals will receive an automatic berth to the national championships on April 15-17 at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition, individual event winners will also advance if they are not a part of an advancing team or one of the all-around qualifiers.

Athens Regional, 4 p.m. ET
Host: University of Georgia
UCLA, Georgia, LSU, NC State, Maryland, West Virginia

Defending NCAA champion and sixth-ranked UCLA is looking to claim its 19th regional title after coming off a second-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships. No. 8 Georgia finished third at Southeastern Conference Championships, and will be vying for its 22nd regional title. The 10-time NCAA champion Gym Dogs have won 11 of their last 13 regionals, and will be looking to return to nationals after ending a 26-year streak of participating in NCAA championships last season. UCLA and Georgia have combined to win 13 of the last 14 NCAA titles. The Gym Dogs are 4-0 against the regional field, including a defeat of the Bruins on March 6 in Los Angeles. No. 18 LSU finished fifth in the SEC Championships two weeks ago, and is making its 27th consecutive NCAA regional appearance. Entering regionals, the Tigers are ranked in the Top 25 in all four events for the first time this season. Maryland, West Virginia and NC State finished third, fourth and sixth, respectively, at EAGL Championships. None of the three are ranked in the latest Top 25 overall team rankings.

Gymnasts to Watch
Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, UCLA – No. 1 on the balance beam (9.910), No. 4 on all-around (39.385)
Kat Dig, Georgia – Tied for No. 1 on uneven bars (9.925)
Cassidy McComb, Georgia – No. 4 on all-around (39.470), No. 5 on floor (9.900)
Olivia Courtney and Tauny Frattone, UCLA – Tied for No. 6 on vault (9.905)
Abigail Adams, Maryland – No. 17 on all-around (39.270)

Norman Regional, 4 p.m. CT
Host: University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma, Utah, Washington, New Hampshire, Missouri, North Carolina

The host Sooners finished the regular season with a perfect record for the third time in four years, but placed second at Big 12 Championships, just .225 points behind Nebraska. OU has advanced to NCAA Championships in seven consecutive seasons, one of only five programs to accomplish the feat. Utah is the only program in NCAA history to qualify for all 29 national championship meets. The Utes three losses this season were to No. 1 Florida, No. 3 Oregon State and No. 4 Stanford. No. 17 Washington is coming off a program-best third-place finish at Pac-10 Championships, breaking the 196 mark for the second time this season. North Carolina and New Hampshire were top two finishers in the EAGL Championships two weeks ago. The Tar Heels were seeded fifth at the league meet, the lowest seed to win the title. Missouri senior Mary Burke won the Big 12 all-around title with a 39.300.

Gymnasts to Watch
Megan Ferguson, Oklahoma – No. 5 on beam
Natasha Kelley, Oklahoma – No. 6 on beam
Stephanie McCallister, Utah – No. 6 on uneven bars (9.910), No. 8 on all-around (39.385)
Amy Glass, Boise State – No. 12 on all-around (39.370)
Mary Burke, Missouri – No. 17 on beam (9.865), No. 19 on all-around (39.240)

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Ann Arbor Regional, 6 p.m. ET
Host: University of Michigan
Stanford, Michigan, Ohio State, Iowa State, Minnesota, Kent State

Top-seeded Stanford qualified for its 28th consecutive NCAA regional, and enters the meet ranked in the top-10 in every event. The Cardinal defeated second-seeded Michigan earlier this season, ending the Wolverines three-year home winning streak. Stanford has won four regional titles since 2002. Stanford’s Ashley Morgan, the top-ranked competitor on floor, has won nine consecutive titles entering regionals. Michigan has participated in NCAA regionals 20 times, moving on to nationals in 17 of the last 18 years. The Wolverines have won seven regional titles with the last coming in 2006. Michigan has hosted six regionals, advancing to nationals each time. Ohio State has competed in NCAA Regionals in each of the last five years. The Buckeyes’ best finish was third, twice in 2008 and 2009.


Gymnasts to Watch
Ashley Morgan, Stanford – No. 1 on floor (9.915)
Kylee Botterman, Michigan – No. 2 on all-around (39.510)
Shelley Alexander, Stanford – No. 15 on all-around (39.285)
Christina Lenny, Kent State – No. 18 on all-around (39.250)
Sarah Miller, Ohio State – No. 7 on balance beam (9.890)

Corvallis Regional, 4 p.m. PT
Host: Oregon State University
Oregon State, Nebraska, Iowa, Southern Utah, San Jose State, Michigan State

Top-seeded Oregon State is coming off its first Pac-10 title since 1996 and will be competing for its 10th regional title. The Beavers’ last regional championship was in 2008 when they hosted the West Regional. OSU is ranked in the top-10 in all four events. No. 10 Nebraska won its first Big 12 title since 2007, and will look to advance to nationals for the second consecutive year. No. 15 Iowa and Michigan State finished sixth and seventh, respectively, at Big Ten Championships, and give the league seven representatives at regionals. Southern Utah has made four consecutive trips to regionals, while San Jose State is appearing for the fifth time.

Gymnasts to Watch
Leslie Mak, Oregon State – Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year, Tied for No. 1 on beam (9.910)
Olivia Vivian, Oregon State – Tied for No. 3 on bars (9.920)
Erin Davis, Nebraska – No. 1 on vault (9.935)
Lora Evansted, Nebraska – No. 5 on floor exercise (9.90)
Rebecca Simbhaus, Iowa – No. 13 on all-around (39.355)

Tuscaloosa Regional, 6 p.m. CT
Host: University of Alabama
Alabama, Penn State, Illinois, Auburn, Central Michigan, Kentucky

Top-seeded and second-ranked Alabama looks to take the momentum of winning the SEC Championship as the Crimson Tide tries to advance to nationals for the 29th consecutive year. Alabama has won an NCAA-best 25 regional titles, including the last time the Tide hosted in 2009. No. 11 Penn State opened the season in Tuscaloosa, and returns with the nation’s top all-arounder in Sharaya Musser. The Nittany Lions and No. 14 Illinois finished second and third, respectively, in the Big Ten Championships behind Michigan. Illinois’ only trip to nationals was in 2009.

Gymnasts to Watch
Kayla Hoffman, Alabama – SEC Gymnast of the Year, No. 3 on all-around (39.470)
Geralen Stack-Eaton, Alabama – Tied for No. 1 on beam (9.910)
Sharaya Musser, Penn State – No. 1 on all-around (39.530), No. 4 on vault (9.915), No. 4 on beam (9.905)
Natalie Ettl, Penn State – No. 3 on uneven bars (9.920)
Allison Buckley, Illinois – No. 11 on all-around (39.375)

Denver Regional, 6 p.m. MT
Host: University of Denver
Florida, Arkansas, Boise State, Denver, Arizona, BYU

No. 1 Florida is looking to claim its seventh consecutive regional title, and advance to nationals for the 29th time in the 30-year history of NCAA Championships. No. 12 Arkansas, which defeated Florida on Feb. 25, will challenge the Gators. The Razorbacks have competed in eight consecutive regionals, and will be vying for their fourth appearance in a row at nationals. No. 13 Boise State is coming off a WAC title victory, and will compete at NCAA Regionals for the 25th time in school history. The Broncos highest regional finish was in 2009 when they placed third. Denver is hosting a regional for the fourth time in the last 10 years. The Pioneers last advanced for nationals in 2007.

Gymnasts to Watch
Ashanée Dickerson, Florida – No. 1 on floor exercise (9.930), No. 7 on all-around (39.395)
Alaina Johnson, Florida – No. 6 on all-around (39.405)
Jaime Pisanai, Arkansas – No. 3 on floor exercise (9.915), No. 5 on all-around (39.420)
Amy Glass, Boise State – No. 12 on all-around (39.370)
Hannah Redmon, Boise State – No. 17 on uneven bars (9.880)