Oregon State Will Host The 2006 NCAA Gymnastics Championships
July 3, 2003
Oregon State has been selected to host the 2006 NCAA Gymnastics Championships as well as the 2004 NCAA West Region Gymnastics Championships, the NCAA announced Thursday.
The 2006 NCAA Championships are scheduled for April 20-22. Last year's freshman class of Michelle Dickinson, Chrissy Lamun (the 2003 Pacific-10 Champion on floor), and Angela Morales will be seniors when the Beavers host the national championship meet for the third time. Corvallis was also the site of the 1990 and 1993 national championship competition. The Beavers finished seventh as a team both years the meet was in Corvallis and had an individual national champion both times. Amy Durham scored a perfect 10.0 to win the floor title in 1993, and Joy Selig won titles on beam and floor in 1990.
The 2004 regional meet is set for April 3. OSU will be hosting the event for the 13th time and the fourth time since 1999.
Including regionals, OSU will have six meets at home during the upcoming 2004 season. The Beavers will host Cal State-Fullerton on January 16 in their home opener, and Washington will visit on January 23. OSU hosts Arizona on February 13 and Stanford on February 27. OSU's final regular season meet, the Shanico/Days Inn-vitational, is scheduled for March 5 with BYU, Michigan State, Sacramento State, Boise State and Seattle Pacific joining the Beavers for the competition.
2004 Oregon State Gymnastics Schedule
JANUARYFri., Jan. 9 at Super Six Challenge (at Alabama)Fri., Jan. 16 vs. Cal State-FullertonFri., Jan. 23 vs. WashingtonFri., Jan. 30 at California
FEBRUARYFri., Feb. 6 at Arizona StateFri., Feb 13 vs. ArizonaSun., Feb. 22 at UCLAFri., Feb. 27 vs. Stanford
MARCHFri., March 5 Shanico/Days Inn-vitational (w/ BYU, Michigan State, Sacramento State, Boise State, Seattle Pacific)Fri., March 12 at UtahSat., March 20 Pacific-10 Championships (at Arizona)
APRILSat., April 3 at NCAA Regionals (at Oregon State)April 15-17 at NCAA Championships (at UCLA)