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NCAA.com | April 18, 2018

A look at the teams headed to the gymnastics championships

We are one week away from crowning the 2018 National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Champion and numerous questions are still to be answered. Can Oklahoma win its third-straight title? Can Alex McMurtry of Florida defend her all-around title from a year ago?

As a primer for the championship, here are some facts about each team that will compete for a national championship.

University of Alabama Crimson Tide
2018 National Seed: 6 (197.185)
2018 Regional Finish: 1st South Central
Head Coach: Dana Duckworth
National Championship Appearances: 35
Super Six Appearances: 23
Best Finish, Year: 1st, 1988-91-96-2002-11-12

University of Arkansas Razorbacks
2018 National Seed: 10 (196.620)
2018 Regional Finish: 2nd Central
Head Coach: Mark Cook
National Championship Appearances: 7
Super Six Appearances: 2
Best Finish, Year: 5th, 2009

University of California Golden Bears
2018 National Seed: 9 (196.690)
2018 Regional Finish: 2nd West
Head Coach: Justin Howell
National Championship Appearances: 2
Super Six Appearances: 0
Best Finish, Year: 7th, 2016

University of Florida Gators
2018 National Seed: 5 (197.390)
2018 Regional Finish: 1st, Northeast
Head Coach: Jenny Rowland
National Championship Appearances: 35
Super Six Appearances: 15
Best Finish, Year: 1st, 2013-14-15

University of Georgia Bulldogs
2018 National Seed: 18 (196.515)
2018 Regional Finish: 2nd, South Central
Head Coach: Courtney Kupets Carter
National Championship Appearances: 33
Super Six Appearances: 20
Best Finish, Year: 1st, 1987-89-93-98-99-2005-06-07-08-09

University of Kentucky Wildcats
2018 National Seed: 12 (196.800)
2018 Regional Finish: 2nd, North Central
Head Coach: Tim Garrison
National Championship Appearances: 0
Super Six Appearances: 0
Best Finish, Year: 3rd at Regionals, 1996-2017

Louisiana State University Tigers
2018 National Seed: 2 (197.890)
2018 Regional Finish: 1st, Southeast
Head Coach: D-D Breaux
National Championship Appearances: 28
Super Six Appearances: 6
Best Finish, Year: 2nd, 2016-17

University of Nebraska, Lincoln Cornhuskers
2018 National Seed: 11 (196.815)
2018 Regional Finish: 2nd, Southeast
Head Coach: Dan Kendig
National Championship Appearances: 25
Super Six Appearances: 10
Best Finish, Year: 4th, 199-2000-03-11

University of Oklahoma Sooners
2017 National Seed: 1 (198.120)
2017 Regional Finish: 1st, North Central
Head Coach: K.J. Kindler
National Championship Appearances: 17
Super Six Appearances: 7
Best Finish, Year: 1st, 2014-16-17

University of California, Los Angeles Bruins
2018 National Seed: 3 (197.840)
2018 Regional Finish: 1st, Central
Head Coach: Valorie Kondos-Field
National Championship Appearances: 33
Super Six Appearances: 20
|Best Finish, Year: 1st, 1997-2000-01-03-04-10

University of Utah Utes
2018 National Seed: 4 (197.540)
2018 Regional Finish: 1st, West
Head Coach: Megan Marsden and Tom Farden
National Championship Appearances: 36
Super Six Appearances: 20
Best Finish, Year: 1st, 1982-83-84-85-86-90-92-94-95

University of Washington Huskies
2018 National Seed: 8 (196.960)
2018 Regional Finish: 2nd, Northeast
Head Coach: Elise Ray-Statz
National Championship Appearances: 6
Super Six Appearances: 0
Best Finish, Year: 7th, 1998

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