NCAA Announces Postseason Host Sites for 2023-2026

The NCAA announced Wednesday the host sites for regional and national competition for the 2023 to 2026 seasons.

Fort Worth, in conjunction with Texas Woman’s and Knight Eady, will continue to be the semi-permanent host of the women’s gymnastics national championships for the next six years. The city also hosted the meet in 2019 and was set to hold competition in the brand new Dickie’s Arena in 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the season. Dickie’s will be the main venue for competition through 2026.

Regionals hosts were also announced. Denver, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh and UCLA will play host to the top 36 teams in 2023. The following year will see Arkansas, California, Florida and Michigan as hosts, followed by Alabama, Penn State, Utah and Washington in 2025. Arizona State, Kentucky, LSU and Oregon State will round out the announced hosts with their regionals selection for 2026.

Locations for 2021 and 2022 regionals were previously announced as Missouri, New Hampshire, West Virginia and Utah in 2021, and Auburn, Kentucky, N.C. State and Washington for 2022.

For the latest information about upcoming events in collegiate gymnastics, check out our master schedule.

Article by Elizabeth Grimsley

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  1. Why are Women’s gymnastics championships no longer being held at a participating college? From 1995-2010 my friend and I went to the championships. The atmosphere was great, good places to explore, and excellent food and shopping. After about 7 years we decided to go again only to find out they’re no longer at participating colleges but someone’s sterile building. All the frills and fun are gone so someone can exploit the venue for profit. How long will it take before this venue is lost?

    1. From what we’ve heard, gymnastics is trying to establish a consistent host to mimic baseball’s and softball’s college world series in Omaha and Oklahoma City!

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