2024 NCAA gymnastics season kicks off today with Mean Girls Super 16

Las Vegas, NV – The 2024 NCAA women’s gymnastics season is officially underway with the Mean Girls Super 16 Gymnastics Championships at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. The Super 16 is the biggest regular season event in collegiate gymnastics history. For the second annual event, 16 NCAA teams and over 300 gymnasts, including Olympic, World and National Champions, are scheduled to compete.

This year’s event is a strategic partnership with Paramount Pictures and their upcoming release of the iconic Mean Girls franchise. The two-day competition has four sessions with team, all-around and event champions for each session. The Mean Girls Super 16 Gymnastics Championships is the official opening day of collegiate competition. The athletes will be treated to a special advance screening of Mean Girls before the competitions begin, preceding the film’s opening nationwide on January 12.

The NCAA team champions for the last seven years are competing — Oklahoma (2023, 2022, 2019, 2017, 2016), Michigan (2021) and UCLA (2018). The competition features 7 of the top 10 pre-season collegiate teams as ranked by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association.

The first quad features the University of Denver, University of Illinois, San Jose State University and the University of Washington. We’ll be covering all four sessions throughout the weekend.

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