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NCAA Gymnastics 2018 - Regionals Schedule & Preview

Schedule and links for week 14 of the 2018 NCAA Gymnastics season. Or just call it Regionals Weekend.

Week 14
Saturday, April 7th
4 ET/3 CT/2 MT/1 PT NC State Regional – Raleigh, NC (LSU, Nebraska, Oregon State, George Washington,  NC State, Maryland) Live Stream / Live Scores / ACCN +
4 ET/3 CT/2 MT/1 PT Penn State Regional – State College, PA (Florida, Washington, Arizona State, West Virginia, Penn State, New Hampshire)  Live Scores / BTN2Go (Free)
5 ET/ 4 CT/3 MT/2 PT Alabama Regional – Tuscaloosa, AL (Alabama, Michigan, Georgia, Missouri, Illinois, Central Michigan) SECN + / Live Scores
5 ET/4 CT/3 MT/2 PT Minnesota Regional - Minneapolis, MN (Oklahoma, Kentucky, Denver, Minnesota, Iowa, Iowa State) BTN2Go (Free) / Live Scores
6 ET/5 CT/4 MT/ 3 PT Ohio State Regional – Columbus, OH (UCLA, Arkansas, Boise State, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Kent State) Live Stream - Vault -Bars - Beam - Floor / Live Scores
6 ET/5 CT/4 MT/ 3 PT Utah Regional – Salt Lake City, UT (Utah, Cal, Auburn, BYU,  Stanford, Southern Utah) Video / Live Scores / Radio

For detailed previews. Visit NCAA Gym News at  or the Balance Beam Situation at


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