14 Bowl Game Ticket Information
MEMBER SIGN IN
Don't have an account? Click Here
Pac-12 Networks Switch Now Ad
2010 NCAA Regionals Rotation Order Set
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 04/09/2010
Send Mail Print RSS
Related Links

April 9, 2010

 

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The rotation order for the 2010 UCLA Regional Championships has been confirmed. The University of Arizona will begin the meet with a bye, and then travel to bars for its first event. From there the Cats will travel to beam, a bye, floor, and finish the meet on vault.

The rotation order for the entire meet is as follows:

 

  Vault Bye b/f Bars Bars Beam Bye b/f Floor Floor

Rotation 1

Iowa State

T. Ho, UC Davis

Arizona

E. Stubblefield, Sacramento State

Arizona State

L. Gehlen, UC Davis

Brigham Young

K. Yamamura, UC Davis

UCLA

A. Baker, Cal State Fullerton

Arkansas

L. Swan, San Jose State

Rotation 2

Arkansas

L. Swan, San Jose State

Iowa State

T. Ho, UC Davis

Arizona

E. Stubblefield, Sacramento State

Arizona State

L. Gehlen, UC Davis

Brigham Young

K. Yamamura, UC Davis

UCLA

A. Baker, Cal State Fullerton

Rotation 3

UCLA

A. Baker, Cal State Fullerton

Arkansas

L. Swan, San Jose State

Iowa State

T. Ho, UC Davis

Arizona

E. Stubblefield, Sacramento State

Arizona State

L. Gehlen, UC Davis

Brigham Young

K. Yamamura, UC Davis

Rotation 4

Brigham Young

K. Yamamura, UC Davis

UCLA

A. Baker, Cal State Fullerton

Arkansas

L. Swan, San Jose State

Iowa State

T. Ho, UC Davis

Arizona

E. Stubblefield, Sacramento State

Arizona State

L. Gehlen, UC Davis

Rotation 5

Arizona State

L. Gehlen, UC Davis

Brigham Young

K. Yamamura, UC Davis

UCLA

A. Baker, Cal State Fullerton

Arkansas

L. Swan, San Jose State

Iowa State

T. Ho, UC Davis

Arizona

E. Stubblefield, Sacramento State

Rotation 6

Arizona

E. Stubblefield, Sacramento State

Arizona State

L. Gehlen, UC Davis

Brigham Young

K. Yamamura, UC Davis

UCLA

A. Baker, Cal State Fullerton

Arkansas

L. Swan, San Jose State

Iowa State

T. Ho, UC Davis

 

Live stats as well as a live video broadcast of the action will be available on meet day.

The Wildcats are currently seeded 4th out of six teams, behind UCLA, Arkansas, and Iowa State.

This will be Arizona's 24th consecutive Regional Championship appearance. In the past, the Wildcats have never placed lower than 5th place, and have earned seven fourth place titles, seven third place titles and five second place titles.

The top two teams from this Regional meet will advance to the 2010 NCAA National Championships, which are to be held April 22nd in Gainesville, Fla. time T.B.A.

 

Arizona Gymnastics
PLACEHOLDER
Cancer Awareness Campaign
Where is the world is Brian Jeffries?
Weekly Fan Poll
Dex
Live Stats