The 2017 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships concludes on Saturday, April 15, with the Super Six team finals competing for the national title.Six teams, three coming from the SEC, will compete for a national championship starting at 9 p.m. ET on ESPNU in St. Louis.
Utah, UCLA, Oklahoma and a trio of SEC teams in Alabama, Florida and LSU make up the Super Six team finals. LSU posted the highest semifinal score in NCAA Championship history on Friday with a 198.275.
Below, find updates, a TV schedule, live scores, rotation order and results for the 2017 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships on Saturday.
2017 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships: TV channel, schedule
Date: Saturday, April 15
Time: The Super Six team finals begin at 9 p.m. ET
TV schedule: ESPNU will televise the finals
Online: The finals will be on WatchESPN.
2017 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships: Rotation schedule
|Vault||Bye before Uneven Parallel Bars||Uneven Parallel Bars||Balance Beam||Bye before Floor Exercise||Floor Exercise|
2017 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships: Live scores, results
Click here for live scores for the Super Six starting at 9 p.m. ET.
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2017 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships: Semifinal scores, results
Click here for complete scores for Session I on Friday.
Click here for complete scores for Session II on Friday.
SESSION I RESULTS (final)
Session I team standings (top 3 advance to Saturday’s Super Six)
- Oklahoma: 197.7250
- UCLA: 197.5000
- Utah: 197.0500
- Washington: 196.5625
- Denver: 196.4750
- Oregon State: 196.3625
SESSION II RESULTS (final)
Session II team standings (top 3 advance to Saturday’s Super Six)
- LSU: 198.2750
- Florida: 197.8125
- Alabama: 197.6000
- Nebraska: 197.2125
- Michigan: 196.4625
- Georgia: 195.8000
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS (final)
- All-Around: Alex McMurtry (Florida), 39.8125
- Vault: Kennedi Edney (LSU) 9.9875
- Uneven parallel bars: Six-way tie between McMurtry (Florida), Katie Bailey (Alabama), Sarah Finnegan (LSU), Kyla Ross (UCLA), Nicole Lehrmann (Oklahoma) and Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma), 9.9500
- Balance beam: Kyla Ross (UCLA), 9.9625
- Floor exercise: Ashleigh Gnat (LSU) and MyKayla Skinner (Utah), 9.9625