Conference Championships – Schedule and Links

Friday, March 22 Scores Stream
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – MIC Championship
#35 UIC
#37 Lindenwood
#55 TWU
#56 Illinois State
#67 Centenary
#70 SE Missouri
LINK VAULT
BARS
BEAM
FLOOR
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – MRGC Championship
#13 Boise State
#15 BYU
#24 Southern Utah
#41 Utah State
LINK FREE
Saturday, March 23 Scores Stream
12:00 ET/9:00 PT – Big Ten Championship Session 1
#23 Ohio State
#27 Maryland
#40 Michigan State
#45 Rutgers
LINK BTN
12:00 ET/9:00 PT – ECAC Championship
#47 Temple
#51 Yale
#58 Cornell
#59 Penn
#61 Brown
#62 William & Mary
ESPN+
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – ECAC DII Championship
#46 Bridgeport
#62 West Chester
#65 Southern Connecticut
LINK
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – Big 12 Championship
#1 Oklahoma
#5 Denver
#22 Iowa State
#27 West Virginia
LINK ESPNU
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – EAGL Championship
#29 NC State
#33 New Hampshire
#36 George Washington
#44 Pittsburgh
#48 North Carolina
#57 Towson
LINK FREE
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – Pac-12 Championship Session 1
#18 Washington
#21 Arizona State
#26 Stanford
#30 Arizona
LINK P12N
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – MAC Championship
#31 Central Michigan
#38 Kent State
#41 Northern Illinois
#43 Ball State
#49 Western Michigan
#50 Eastern Michigan
#52 Bowling Green
LINK ESPN3
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – SEC Championship Session 1
#10 Alabama
#12 Auburn
#19 Missouri
#20 Arkansas
LINK SECN
Events
on
SEC+
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – Big Ten Championship Session 2
#7 Michigan
#11 Minnesota
#17 Nebraska
#25 Penn State
#32 Illinois
#34 Iowa
LINK BTN
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – DIII Team Final
#68 Brockport
#69 Ithaca
#71 UW-Stout
#73 UW-Oshkosh
#75 UW-Whitewater
#76 Cortland
LINK FLO
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – SEC Championship Session 2
#3 LSU
#4 Florida
#8 Georgia
#9 Kentucky
LINK ESPN2
Events
on
SEC+
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – Pac-12 Championship Session 2
#2 UCLA
#6 Utah
#14 Oregon State
#16 Cal
LINK P12N
9:00 ET/6:00 PT – Mountain Pacific Championship
#39 UC Davis
#53 Air Force
#54 San Jose State
#60 Alaska
#64 Sacramento State
#66 Seattle Pacific
LINK FREE

Links will continue to be added as they become available.

Your Saturday is going to be…a lot. So, here’s the annual half-hour-by-half-hour schedule of conference championships, with the significant elite competitions of the same day added so you can keep everything together.


Meets marked ESPN2 and ESPNU will be broadcast live on TV and can also be streamed online at the link provided for those who have a log-in from a TV provider subscription that carries those networks. Which is like…all of them, right?

Meets marked SECN will be broadcast live on TV on the SEC Network and can also be streamed online at the link provided for those who have a log-in from a TV provider subscription—U-Verse, Spectrum, DirecTV, Dish, Xfinity, Verizon, Sling, Hulu, or YouTube TV.

Meets marked SEC+ may be streamed on WatchESPN for those who have a log-in from a TV provider subscription—U-Verse, Spectrum, DirecTV, Dish, Xfinity, Verizon, Sling, Hulu, or YouTube TV.

Meets marked P12N will be broadcast live on TV on the Pac-12 Network and can also be streamed online at the link provided for those who have a log-in from a participating TV provider subscription. A number of providers have dropped the Pac-12 Networks recently, including U-Verse, so make sure you still have access even if you did in the past. The Pac-12 Network also provides an international subscription option for those outside the US.

Meets marked FLO may be streamed through a paid subscription to FloGymnastics ($30/month).

Meets marked BTN will be broadcast live on TV on the Big Ten Network and can also be streamed online at the link provided for those who have a log-in from a participating TV provider subscription that carries BTN.

Meets marked ESPN3 may be streamed on WatchESPN for those who have a log-in from a participating internet service provider, which is most of them.

Meets marked ESPN+ may be streamed through a paid subscription to the ESPN+ streaming service ($5/month).

Meets marked FREE are free at the link provided.

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15 thoughts on “Conference Championships – Schedule and Links”

  1. I hate that SECs and PACs overlap. I wish the conferences would actually communicate and work together on schedules. Regionals will likely be the same. Thankfully, all ESPN programming is available to watch as replays on the app.

    The coverage for SECs will feature the TV broadcast feed, plus individual event streams and the quad view on watch ESPN. I believe PAC still plans to go one gymnast at a time. Thus, if you are truly crazy, you can literally watch every routine at SECs and PACs and score them yourself to see if you get the same results as the judges. Not that I’ve ever done that or anything . . .

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    1. Well thank god Oregon State is a regional host – the Pacific time zone should provide a bit of a buffer between it’s start time and the finishes at LSU, UGA and Michigan. Is LSU on Central time? That would be good so there are only two regionals going head-to-head early.

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    2. The good news is that the first meet in each regional will happen at 2:00 pm local time and the second meet will happen at 7:00 pm local time, so that creates a natural stagger. So Athens and Ann Arbor will both start at 2:00 Eastern, then Baton Rouge will start at 3:00 Eastern, and Corvallis will start at 5:00 Eastern, then the second meets at each site will be similarly staggered. In my book, that’s about the best you could hope for.

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  2. Does anyone know if SEC+ will archive the event streams for those of us who ca’t watch live? My daughter has her own meet Saturday.

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  3. Remember during the 2017-18 gymnastics season when UCLA had more than 20 gymnasts on the team, including several freshmen who never competed and disappeared before this season – any of there fake gymnasts have their parents buy their way into college… I wonder?

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    1. I can’t tell if you’re being serious or if you’re joking. If you’re being serious, though, I don’t think this is a good sort of thing to speculate about. Every year, there are thousands of athletes who walk onto college sports teams because they have the ability level to earn a place on the team as a walk on, but many of those athletes are never able to earn a position in lineups. I personally know many athletes who are or have been in this situation.

      The people who were involved in the college admissions scandal did something that was dishonest and terribly unfair to many people. Accusing others of doing the same is a very serious accusation, and I don’t think we should be throwing that kind of accusation around just because some athletes happened to walk onto a sports team and never break into a lineup. The vast majority of walk ons who haven’t made lineups have done nothing fraudulent and have earned their way into their universities.

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      1. I was just joking based on the UCLA soccer player who never played competitive soccer but was “recruited” to the UCLA women’s team and helped them finish second to Stanford in the Pac-12 this season.

        Hey there are many reasons why a teenaged athlete may not play at a high elite level of soccer during her/his teenaged years and then be able to head to college and make an impact on the team. That’s what a walk-on spot is or should be about.

        In a way the parents spent the same amount of money as other elite soccer athlete’s parents – it’s just they used it all for a university spot while the other parents spent thousands for years getting their child ready for college. 🙂

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    2. Didn’t happen. Name someone from that roster that wasn’t a legit gymnast. I’ll wait.

      Stop reading into Greg’s subtweet and move on.

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    3. I went to the USA for the first time last week. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME I switched on the TV, there was this scandal on the news. It shocks me that the country is shocked. Of course this happens. And it will happen still. Money can get you almost anywhere. Grow up.

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      1. …grow up, really? It isn’t literally shocking people, but it is unacceptable. The outcry is appropriate. Acceptance of this behavior isn’t maturity, it’s apathy.

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