Arkansas gymnastics, led by former gold medalist Jordyn Wieber, is making waves in the NCAA Championships, challenging the traditional perception of Arkansas athletics.

By the Numbers
  • Arkansas reached the NCAA Gymnastic Championships for the ninth time, with an impressive "198" score this season.
  • The team finished the regular year with their four highest scores in program history.
Yes, But

Arkansas' appearances in the Championships have been relatively limited compared to previous years due to the shift in the tournament format.

State of Play
  • Arkansas will compete against No. 2-seed LSU, No. 3-seed California, and No. 8-seed Stanford in the NCAA Gymnastic Championships semifinals.
  • Jordyn Wieber's coaching approach of keeping the team focused and unpressured has been key in their success.
What's Next

Arkansas looks to secure a spot in the four-team final by advancing from the semifinals against tough competition.

Bottom Line

Under Jordyn Wieber's leadership, Arkansas gymnastics has transformed into a formidable contender in the NCAA Championships, showcasing the team's remarkable rise and potential for success in the upcoming competition.