Becca Berger
Sr. Sports Marketing Manager

April 10, 2024

Eight NCAA Women's Gymnastics Teams Punch Their Ticket to Fort Worth


FORT WORTH, Texas – This past weekend, eight NCAA Women’s Gymnastics team punched their ticket to the 2024 Women’s National Collegiate Gymnastics Championships in Fort Worth, Texas.
Alabama, Oklahoma, Florida, Utah, Arkansas, LSU, California and Stanford will compete on Thursday, April 18 on podium during two semifinal sessions at Dickies Arena. Thousands of fans from across the country will make their way to Fort Worth to cheer on these teams and individual competitors as they compete for the title of National Champion. The top two teams from each semifinal will advance to the National Championship on Saturday, April 20.

Semifinal Session 1, Thursday, April 18 at 3:30 p.m. CST
(10) Arkansas, (3) California, (2) LSU, Stanford
Broadcast on ESPN2
Semifinal Session 2, Thursday April 18 at 8:00 p.m. CST
(8) Alabama, (4) Florida, (1) Oklahoma, (5) Utah
Broadcast on ESPN2
National Championship, Saturday, April 20 at 3:00 p.m. CST
Broadcast on ABC

Oklahoma, the reigning National Championship, is looking to claim their third consecutive National Championship title. Florida, Utah, LSU and Oklahoma return to Fort Worth after competing in last year’s NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship. LSU, Cal and Stanford are all looking to earn their first National Championship title. This year’s National Championships gives fans the opportunity to see Paris Summer Game hopefuls. Grace McCallum (Utah), Jade Carey (Oregon State) and Amelia Morgan (Utah), all competed in the 2021 Summer Games. Leanne Wong (Florida), Konnor McClain (LSU) and Aleah Finnegan (LSU) are all looking to qualify for Paris 2024. Aleah Finnegan would be the first female gymnast to represent the Philippines if she qualifies. In addition to the team competition, individuals will compete during the two semifinals for the title of National Champion.
For more information or interview requests, please email Katie Evers at Tickets can be purchased using the link below.
Fans looking to purchase a group, please reach out to
Media looking to cover the event can submit a media credential request using the link below. The deadline to apply for a media credential is Monday, April 15.
The individual qualifiers for the 2024 Women’s National Collegiate Gymnastics
Championships are as follows:
Jade Carey, Oregon State
Lily Smith, Georgia
Gabby Wilson, Michigan
Skylar Kilough-Wilhelm, Washington
Mya Hooten, Minnesota
Emma Silberman, Maryland
Sierra Brooks, Michigan
Anaya Smith, Arizona State
Carley Bauman, Michigan
Courtney Blackson, Boise State
Mara Titarsolej, Missouri
Jada Mangahas, Arizona State
Selena Harris, UCLA
Nikki Smith, Michigan State
Amani Herring, Penn State
Isabella Magnelli, Kentucky
Raene Worley, Kentucky
Sierra Brooks, Michigan
Skyla Schulte, Michigan State
Chae Campbell, UCLA


About Fort Worth Sports Commission:

The Fort Worth Sports Commission advances the city as an international sports destination. A division of Visit Fort Worth, the Sports Commission attracts youth, collegiate, and professional events that deliver economic impact and boost Fort Worth’s image. The Commission supports the development of and access to facilities that enhance the quality of life for all of Fort Worth. For more information, visit and follow on Instagram @FortWorthSports and their Twitter account @FortWorthSports.


About Dickies Arena:

Dickies Arena is a 14,000 seat, spectacular multipurpose venue that was built in 2019 and is owned by the City of Fort Worth and managed by the not-for-profit operating entity, Trail Drive Management Corp. (TDMC). The facility is the result of a pioneering public-private partnership between the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, the State of Texas and a group of private-sector participants, including foundations, individuals and organizations. The arena is located adjacent to the Will Rogers Memorial Center campus in Fort Worth, Texas. The state-of-the-art arena hosts concerts, sporting events and family entertainment, and is home to Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. Dickies Arena has been nominated for Arena of the Year by both the Academy of Country Music and Pollstar Magazine in 2022 and 2023. In 2023, the Arena is Billboard Magazine’s #1 Venue in the World, VenuesNow Magazine’s #1 Top Stops Worldwide and Pollstar Magazine’s #7 Venue Worldwide in Tickets Sold among all arenas. For more information, visit


About Knight Eady: 

Founded in 2013, Knight Eady is a sports marketing and event operations group, offering services in the management, marketing and consultation of live sporting events. In addition, Knight Eady partners with events and brands to offer strategic communication plans for enhanced market exposure through branding, advertising and public relations. Knight Eady believes in creating unique experiences that motivate and inspire individuals to reach beyond their potential and develop an unparalleled loyalty and passion for their sport. This is accomplished by delivering quality, consistent, cost efficient and creative services, while applying ethical principles that radically exceed expectations.