NCAA WOMENS GYMNASTICS TOURNAMENT TUSCALOOSA REGIONAL
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NCAA Womens Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional Tickets
Event: NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament
Home Stadium: Coleman Coliseum
Conference: SEC Division 1 Gymnastics
2018 Champion: Alabama Crimson Tide
2020 NCAA Championships: April 17–18, 2020
NCAA Women's Gymnastics Regional Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional TicketsThe NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional is an SEC Division 1 competition where teams of female gymnasts come from around the country to compete for a spot in the championships. The University of Alabama's Crimson Tide hosted the event in Tuscaloosa, Ala., in April 2018 at the Coleman Coliseum. Alabama has hosted the NCAA Gymnastics Regional Tournament 15 times — the most recent occurrence being in 2018, when Alabama competed against No. 2 seed Michigan and the No. 3 seed, Georgia. Significant NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional rival teams include the Crimson Tide (Alabama), Illinois, Central Michigan and Missouri. These teams compete in the vault, floor exercise, uneven bars and balance beam with the top gymnasts in an all-around competition. The next regional championship will be held at the University of Oklahoma from April 2–4, 2020, in Norman, Okla. Buy your NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional tickets at StubHub.
Who were the 2018 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional favored players?The best all-around competitors were Ashley Potts from Northern Illinois, Madison Cindric from Arizona, Katherine Prentice from Northern Illinois and Mikailla Northern from Chicago. The alternate was Schyler Jones from Texas.
Who were the 2018 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional best individual event specialists?Kierstin Sokolowski from Missouri and Schyler Jones were the best vault specialists. For uneven bars, Christina Berg from Arizona and Serena Baker from Chicago took top honors. In balance beam, Kierstin Sokolowski and Mallory Moredeck had high scores, as did Anna Martucci from Northern Illinois and Alexis Brawner from Missouri in floor exercises.
What teams participated in the 2018 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional?The teams that competed in the 2018 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa were Alabama, Michigan, Georgia, Missouri, Illinois and Central Michigan.
What teams will advance from the regional competition?The regional competition hosts nine teams, three all-around gymnasts and four event apparatus specialists. The first round has two teams, the next round has eight teams and the final round has four teams. In the end, four all-around gymnasts, 16 event apparatus specialists and eight teams will advance to the national competition. The national NCAA Gymnastics Championship games take place on April 17–18 at the Dickies Arena in Ft. Worth, Texas. The top five scores from the best players will count toward the final score. The team with the highest cumulative score wins the championship.
In what facility was the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament Tuscaloosa Regional held?Architects designed the Coleman Coliseum specifically for gymnastics. The Coliseum has a seating capacity for 15,075 patrons. Formerly called Memorial Coliseum, construction began in 1965 at a cost of $4.2 million. The doors opened in 1968. Coleman Coliseum is named after famous University of Alabama Alumnus, Jefferson Jackson Coleman. The Grateful Dead and Elvis Presley have performed at the venue. The venue also houses the men’s and women’s basketball teams. The facility is undergoing phase two of the renovations. Once complete, the seating and interior decorations of the Coleman Coliseum will be completely modernized. There will be three new club areas in addition to 3,826 new premium suites. Special student seating will be available with exclusive pricing.
Who was the 2018 NCAA Regional Tuscaloosa Championship winning head coach?Dana Duckworth has been the head coach of her alma mater, the University of Alabama, since July 2014. Her motto is to develop the whole person. She became the first person to lead her gymnastics team to the SEC championships as a first-year tenured head coach. Also, during her first year, the Crimson Tide won its 30th regional NCAA title. Duckworth’s record is 174–53 as of January 2019.
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