2024 NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championships Preview

2024 NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championships Preview

Special thanks to American Gymnast and TURN for helping make our coverage possible.

The 2024 NC men’s gymnastics championships selections were announced on Tuesday, April 9 here on NCAA.com. The competition runs from April 19-20 in Columbus, Ohio, at the Covelli Center.

Watch live: Every NC men’s gymnastics event right here

The Men’s Gymnastics Committee selected 12 teams, five all-around competitors and five individuals per event for pre-qualifying sessions for the championships.

Stanford 417.025

Oklahoma 415.500

Michigan 413.038

Illinois 411.813

Nebraska 411.600

Ohio St. 406.413

Penn St. 405.175

California 399.388

Navy 397.300

Air Force 394.238

Springfield 392.900

Greenville 392.888

📲 Click for the full list of 2024 NC men’s gymnastics championships qualifiers

Advancing from the pre-qualifying sessions to the finals will be the top three teams and 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.

Here’s a look at the full championship schedule below.

2024 NCAA NC men’s gymnastics championship schedule

* all times are eastern standard

Friday, April 19

Saturday, April 20

The NC men’s gymnastics national championship dates back to 1938, skipping 1943-47 and 2020, with the first-ever championship trophy going to Chicago. Penn State and Oklahoma each hold 12 national titles, which makes them the winningest teams in championship history. 

The Stanford Cardinal are four-time reigning champs after taking down Michigan in the 2023 championship.

For more:

Men’s NCAA Gymnastics and the CGA: Why It Matters

Horse Race – Airforce Cadet Patrick Hoopes

Triple Threat: Kameron Nelson

Call it a Comeback: Oklahoma’s Fuzzy Benas


From 36 to 8, Fort Worth promises an NCAA Women’s Championship to remember! Will 6-time (2014, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2022, 2023) National and defending champion Oklahoma capture their seventh crown? Will LSU finally take the championship title they’ve been chasing? Can Cal capitalize on a record-breaking season? It’s about to be Go-Time in Fort Worth and right now, it’s anyone’s game.

Here’s how to watch it all play out, along with our look at the field of eight including quick takes from commentators Aly Raisman and John Roethlisberger, who spoke with the media on Monday.


Thursday, April 18th

  • NCAA Championships Semifinal I | LSU, Cal, Arkansas, Stanford | 4:30 p.m. ET | ESPN2
  • NCAA Championships Semifinal II | Oklahoma, Florida, Utah, Alabama | 9:00 p.m. ET | ESPN2

Saturday, April 20th

  • NCAA Championships Finals | 4 p.m. ET | ABC

Both Semifinal competitions are scheduled to be televised on ESPN2 with John Roethlisberger, Aly Raisman and Taylor Davis on the call. ABC will broadcast the final “Four on the Floor” on Saturday. Each apparatus will have its own individual stream with commentary. Samantha Peszek and Bridget Sloan will commentate the vault and beam streams, and Anastasia Webb and Kennedy Baker will commentate on bars and floor.

For our full NCAA Women’s Preview, Click Here!

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