NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championship

2014 NCAA® Men's Gymnastics Championships

The University of Michigan's Crisler Center will host the nation's top collegiate gymnastics when the 2014 NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships comes to Ann Arbor, Mich., Thursday through Saturday, April 10-12. A recent $72 million renovation and expansion of Crisler Center transformed it into a state-of-the-art facility complete with all the fan amenities and features. This will be the third time U-M has hosted a men's gymnastics national championship. Michigan also hosted the event in 1951 and 1971, with the latter held at Crisler.

Schedule of Events

Times are Eastern Daylight Time

Session 3 • Team and All-Around Finals

Friday, April 11 • 7 p.m. (Attendance: 3,872)

1.  Michigan Michigan  445.050
2.  Oklahoma Oklahoma  441.650
3.  Stanford Stanford  436.300
4.  Illinois Illinois  435.350
5.  Ohio State Ohio State  433.500
6.  Penn State Penn State       429.800

Team Champion
Michigan (445.050)

All-Around Champion
Sam Mikulak, Michigan (91.100)

Session 4 • Individual Event Finals

Saturday, April 12 • 7 p.m. (Attendance: 3,135)

Floor Exercise Champion
Alec Robin, Oklahoma (15.425)

Pommel Horse Champion
Ellis Mannon, Minnesota (15.425)

Still Rings Champion
Michael Squires, Oklahoma (15.800)

Vault Champion
Alec Robin, Oklahoma (15.250)

Parallel Bars Champion
Sam Mikulak, Michigan (15.875)

High Bar Champion
Jordan Valdez, Illinois (15.525)

Session 1 • National Qualifier

Thursday, April 10 • 1 p.m. (Attendance: 1,059)

1.  Oklahoma Oklahoma  440.000
2.  Stanford Stanford  433.550
3.  Illinois Illinois  432.850
4.  Iowa Iowa  425.950
5.  California California  425.700
6.  William & Mary William & Mary  415.350
Session 2 • National Qualifier

Thursday, April 10 • 7 p.m. (Attendance: 1,493)

1.  Michigan Michigan  444.100
2.  Ohio State Ohio State  437.950
3.  Penn State Penn State  433.100
4.  Minnesota Minnesota  429.550
5.  Nebraska Nebraska       426.350
6.  Air Force Air Force  418.200

Special Events

Jordyn Wieber

Public Autograph Session: 5:30-7 p.m. • Private meet & greet post-meet
DeWitt, Mich., native Jordyn Wieber (right), a 2012 Olympic gold medalist with the USA women's gymnastics team, will be appearing at Session 3. Wieber, the 2011 world all-around champion, will take part in a public autograph session from 5:30-7 p.m. After the conclusion of the meet she will partake in a private meet and greet with groups that purchase 40 or more tickets (session 3 or all-session passes only). » More Information

STICK FLAGS (Friday, April 11): The first 1,000 fans to Session 3 of the NCAA Championship will receive an NCAA Championship Stick Flag. Fans are encouraged to use the stick flags during competition when a gymnast sticks his landing. To qualify for the stick bonus, a gymnast must land the dismount without moving his feet. A "stuck" landing will qualify for the stick bonus when a gymnast lands a dismount without a step or hop, even if there are other landing deductions, i.e. waving of the arms, piking down, separation of the feet, etc.

ZERO-WASTE EVENT (Thursday-Saturday, April 10-12): The entire meet will be the first-ever zero-waste NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships. The event will feature only compostable and recyclable products being sold from concession provider Sodexo. Paperless results will also be used during the NCAA Championships, and volunteers will help organize and sort materials. » More Information

Championship Participants

On Tuesday, April 1, the NCAA Men's Gymnastics Committee announced the national qualifier selections consisting of 12 teams, five all-arounders, and five individuals on each apparatus. Those teams and individuals will compete in one of two sessions Thursday, April 10.

From each national qualifier session, the top three teams and the top three all-around competitors not on one of the qualifying teams, plus the top three individuals on each event not already qualified on a team or as an all-around competitor, will advance to Friday's Team and All-Around Finals and Individual Event Prelims.

The top 10 individuals on each apparatus Friday will qualify for Saturday's Individual Event Finals.

Session 1 • National Qualifier
Session 2 • National Qualifier

Venue and Transportation Information

Crisler Center
NCAA Championships Facility Map Get Acrobat Reader
NCAA Championships Floor Diagram Get Acrobat Reader
NCAA Championships Information Guide
Ann Arbor Arena Convention & Visitors Bureau
Public Transportation Options

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Broadcast Information

All sessions will be streamed live on Logo

The Big Ten Network will televise Friday's Team and All-Around Finals. » BTN Channel Finder

Ticket Information

Tickets for the 2014 NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships are now on sale. To purchase, go to or call (866) 296-MTIX.

All-Session Passes
• Adult -- $28
• Youth/Senior/Student -- $20

Single-Session Ticket
• Adult -- $10
• Youth/Senior/Student -- $7

Group Tickets
• $5 each for groups of 10 or more

Group Ticket Benefits:
• Photo with the '14 NCAA men's championship trophy
• Group welcome on the Crisler Center scoreboard
• Private meet & greet w/Jordyn Wieber on April 11*
    *Groups with 40 or more tickets

All seating will be general admission.


Parking will be available in the lots surrounding Crisler Center. It can be accessed from Green Street and Stadium Boulevard. Convenience parking is available for patrons with a disability through Gate 3 of Michigan Stadium (off Stadium Blvd.).

National Qualifier -- Parking available in SC7 prior to 5 p.m. All lots available to the public after 5 p.m.

Team Finals -- Parking available in SC7 beginning at 4pm. All lots available to the public after 5 p.m.

Individual Finals -- Parking available in all lots surrounding Crisler Center.

Parking Map PDF

Prohibited Items

To ensure a safe and comfortable environment at Crisler Center, the following items are prohibited from being brought into the natatorium for intercollegiate athletic contests:

  • Flash photography
  • Oversized bags
  • Containers of any kind (including coolers, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks)
  • Aerosol and Spray Cans
  • Flags with Flagpoles
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Camcorders and Tripods
  • Strollers
  • Irritants (i.e., noisemakers, air horns, etc.)
  • Food of any kind
  • Weapons
  • Apparel or signage displaying profane or abusive language
  • Binoculars
  • Camera lenses larger than 6-inches in length

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