Regional Championship Headquarters

Saturday marks what is simultaneously the most exciting and most unbearable day of the gymnastics year, regionals. Try to contain your weird sweating.

Because NCAA gymnastics is a short-sighted dinosaur that refuses to acknowledge the importance of catering to an online, non-school-specific audience, the schedule is even worse than usual this year. A new record! Why take advantage of the full audience for each meet when you can just slap them all together at the same time? “Yeah, having an audience is good, but you know what would be even better? Dividing it by six.”

As such, your mission is to commandeer all available and unavailable devices and get that new eye-splicing surgery, and you’ll still absolutely miss every important moment of every meet. In a futile attempt to counteract this phenomenon, HERE is this year’s combined rotation schedule for all six regionals so that you can prioritize your eye holes as necessary.

Yeah, thanks so much for that 5:30 ET/2:30 PT beam group. We wouldn’t have wanted to watch all of those rotations anyway (BO-RING), and we’re so glad we can’t.

Anyway, here is all the information you could ever possibly need for all six of Saturday’s regionals in one handy dandy place.

4:00 ET/1:00 PT – GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
[3] Florida
[10] Georgia
[15] Missouri
[30] New Hampshire
[33] Penn State
[35] North Carolina

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LIVE SCORES
LIVE STREAM
ROTATION ORDER
SCORE SHEET, PROJECTED LINEUPS, RQS

4:00 ET/1:00 PT – MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA
[6] Alabama
[7] Michigan
[18] Southern Utah
[20] George Washington
[23] West Virginia
[31] Kent State

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5:00 ET/2:00 PT – CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS
[5] UCLA
[8] Oregon State
[17] Iowa
[19] Illinois
[22] Eastern Michigan
[26] Ohio State

PREVIEW
LIVE SCORES
LIVE STREAM (Main feed)
LIVE STREAM (Vault)
LIVE STREAM (Bars)
LIVE STREAM (Beam)
LIVE STREAM (Floor)
ROTATION ORDER
SCORE SHEET, PROJECTED LINEUPS, RQS

5:00 ET/2:00 PT – LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
[2] LSU
[11] Boise State
[14] Nebraska
[25] Arizona
[29] Iowa State
[36] Minnesota

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LIVE SCORES
LIVE STREAM
ROTATION ORDER
SCORE SHEET, PROJECTED LINEUPS, RQS

5:00 ET/2:00 PT – FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS
[4] Utah
[9] Denver
[16] Cal
[21] Auburn
[27] Arkansas
[28] Central Michigan

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LIVE SCORES
LIVE STREAM
ROTATION ORDER
SCORE SHEET, PROJECTED LINEUPS, RQS

7:00 ET/4:00 PT – SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
[1] Oklahoma
[12] Kentucky
[13] Washington
[24] Utah State
[32] Stanford
[34] BYU

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LIVE SCORES
LIVE STREAM
ROTATION ORDER
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15 thoughts on “Regional Championship Headquarters”

    1. If I remember correctly, most school streams are generally available for at least 24 hours or so. The UF and ARK feeds will be archived on ESPN and will be available for a long time.

      The NCAA should put 2 regionals on Friday, 2 on Saturday, and 2 on Sunday (or at least 2 Friday and then 4 on Saturday back-to-back). C’mon, coaches, please address the issue after the season!

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  1. NCAA -“Hmm, you know I have an idea to expand our audience. Let’s put all the regionals on at the same time AND have them up against the Final Four!”

    Brilliant!

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  2. I started reading your blogs about a year ago when I finished gymnastics and it’s seriously the highlight of my day when a new one is up. I laughed so hard at the introduction to this schedule sheet. Keep rocking it!

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    1. I’m not sure about any of this, but I think all the streams that aren’t on the SEC network might be free. (The Washington stream is through Pac-12.com, but I don’t think it’s being produced by the university, not the Pac-12 network, in which case the stream is usually free, and of course the Florida and Arkansas meets are “free” for people who get the SEC network.) Before the SEC/Pac-12 networks, the host schools used to be required to have a free stream for regionals, and that might still be the case for schools not part of one of those conference television networks.

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  3. Ugh I’m not at home so the time difference is super weird. Apparently it’s tomorrow and not today (which is Saturday). I’ll only be able to see the live streams from the SEC network because I can never remember my log in.

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