The girls are gearing up for gymnastics! Only the best gymnasts made it past the regional tournament on April 1st. Now, the cream of the crop is heading over to Chaifetz Arena in St Louis, Missouri. Only one team will emerge as the NCAA Gymnastics Champion.
From 1996-2012, three teams dominated the tournament and claimed all NCAA titles. The University of Georgia won the most, with seven championship wins (in that same time frame, 1996-2012). Meanwhile, UCLA comes in at second place, with six championship wins. And finally, the University of Alabama took home four championship victories.
Last year, the Oklahoma Sooners‘ women’s gymnastics team grabbed that coveted NCAA prize. This team with crimson and cream colors also won the championship tournament in 2014.
Looking to watch the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship? Look below and find out how you can watch the tournament on your TV, computer, tablet or mobile device. Ticket info included!
NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship 2017 Viewing Details
Date: Friday, April 14, 2017 – Saturday, April 15, 2017
Time (Semifinal Part I): 1:00 P.M. EST (Friday)
Time (Semifinal Part II): 8:00 P.M. EST (Friday)
Time (Super Six): 9:00 P.M. EST (Saturday)
Location: Chaifetz Arena, St. Louis, Missouri
TV Channel (Friday, Semifinals): ESPN2 (Check local listings.)
TV Channel (Saturday, Super Six): ESPNU
Live Stream: WatchESPN
Tickets: Get Tickets
How To Live Stream NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship Online
Looking to watch this championship tournament online? If you listen to me, you’ll be to see it all absolutely free. But there’s one catch: you’ll need to have a cable or satellite subscription. Bummer? Well, don’t worry. When you go down the page, I’ll show you how to watch the game without a cable or satellite subscription. But if you do have a subscription then you’re in luck, just look down to the next sentence!
Just click on WatchESPN to see the game unfold from the comfort of your home.
How To Live Stream the 2017 Women’s Gymnastics Championship on Mobile or Tablet
Prefer using your mobile or tablet device to see your favorite college games? Well, you’re lucky again, sports fan! ESPN has you covered! They have an awesome thing called the ESPN App, where you can live stream many of the top games from the big leagues to college sports. This app is totally free to download for cable and satellite subscribers that are hooked on ESPN and all of their exciting programming.
You might be asking yourself: “But where can I download this sick app?” There’s more than a handful of options to choose, where you can download the app and stream this much-anticipated game. You can download the app off of iTunes, Google Play, Amazon App, Windows Store, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Roku.
How To Live Stream Women’s Gymnastics Championship Online Without Cable Subscription
You can watch this competition online and I’ll tell you how and where. Just click on Sling TV, choose the Sling Orange package (which costs $20 per month), but if you pay attention to me, you can see this game completely free (along with a full week of streaming sports and shows from your favorite television networks).
Just click on the Sling website; you’ll see a light blue bar with those lovely words (and that very lucky number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – you’ll probably want to grab hold of this amazing offer and see the excitement absolutely for free (that is, if you decide to cancel within seven days).