FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas’ eighth-seeded gymnastics team is competing at the NCAA Championship this week in Duluth, Ga., with limited coverage provided by ESPN3 (WatchESPN.com).
The two semifinal sessions are Friday, the Super Six on Saturday and the individual event finals on Sunday. Arkansas is in Friday’s Session II semifinal at 5 p.m. (central). The top three teams from each session advance to Saturday’s 3 p.m. Super Six. The event finals are Sunday at noon.
ESPN3 is not covering the semifinal sessions, but coverage is planned for Saturday and Sunday. The NCAA is providing a live video stream of both semifinal sessions on Friday.
For coverage of the semifinals, click on the link below:
NCAA Live Video Stream of Friday’s Semifinals
For coverage of the Super Six, visit the link below:
Saturday’s Super Six
For coverage of the event finals, visit the following link:
Sunday’s NCAA Individual Event Finals
ESPNU is airing a tape delay broadcast of the NCAA Championship on Wednesday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m. (central).
The Razorbacks finished second in the NCAA Fayetteville Regional on April 7 to earn their fifth straight trip to the NCAA Championship and their sixth in seven years.
As one of the final 12 teams in the country competing this week, Arkansas is assured of its eighth straight final top 15 national ranking. The Razorbacks have three top 10 finishes, all in the last four years.