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BATON ROUGE – The LSU gymnastics team learned Monday that the Tigers will compete in Semifinal I of the NCAA Championships that starts at 11 a.m. CT on April 20 in Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, Ga.
LSU will make its 23rd appearance at the NCAA Championships, and the Tigers will compete as the No. 11 seed with a national qualifying score of 392.645.
The NQS is determined by adding a team’s regional qualifying score (RQS) and a team’s score in the NCAA Regional meet, so LSU added its 196.570 RQS to the 196.075 the Tigers scored at the NCAA Seattle Regional.
LSU (14-12) will compete against No. 2 seed UCLA, No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 6 Nebraska, No. 7 Utah and No. 10 Stanford.
This marks LSU’s second postseason competition inside Gwinnett Arena this year as the Tigers competed at the SEC Championship on March 24.
For the first time this postseason LSU will not start the meet on the bye before floor. The Tigers open on the bye before bars and then rotate to bars, beam, bye, floor and vault.
The second session begins at 5 p.m. and features No. 1 seed Florida, No. 4 Alabama, No. 5 Georgia, No. 8 Arkansas, No. 9 Oregon State and No. 12 Ohio State.

The top three finishers from each session advance to the NCAA Super Six Finals April 21 at 3 p.m., and LSU seeks its third appearance in the national championship meet. The Tigers advanced to the Super Six in 2008 and 2009.
Tickets can be purchased by logging on to www.TicketMaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000. All-session tickets are on sale now for $55 for adults and $40 for youth/students. Single-session tickets will go on sale April 16 and will cost $25 for adults and $18 for youth/students.
To connect with LSU Gymnastics follow the Tigers on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/lsugym and on Twitter @LSUgym.
2012 NCAA Championship Field
Seed    Team                        NQS
1.         Florida                  394.770
2.         UCLA                  394.495
3.         Oklahoma             394.385
4.         Alabama               394.270
5.         Georgia                394.095
6.         Nebraska              393.555
7.         Utah                     393.530
8.         Arkansas              393.370
9.         Oregon State        393.210
10.       Stanford               393.085
11.       LSU                     392.645
12.       Ohio State            392.470

NCAA Semifinal I Competition Order
                     Vault              Bye                Bars                 Beam             Bye                Floor
Rotation 1    UCLA           LSU               Nebraska         Oklahoma      Stanford        Utah
Rotation 2    Utah               UCLA           LSU                Nebraska        Oklahoma      Stanford
Rotation 3    Stanford        Utah               UCLA             LSU               Nebraska        Oklahoma
Rotation 4    Oklahoma      Stanford        Utah                UCLA           LSU               Nebraska
Rotation 5    Nebraska        Oklahoma      Stanford          Utah               UCLA           LSU
Rotation 6    LSU               Nebraska        Oklahoma        Stanford        Utah               UCLA
NCAA Semifinal II Competition Order
                     Vault              Bye                Bars                 Beam             Bye                Floor
Rotation 1    Florida           Ohio State     Georgia           Alabama        Oregon State Arkansas
Rotation 2    Arkansas        Florida           Ohio State       Georgia          Alabama        Oregon State
Rotation 3    Oregon State Arkansas        Florida             Ohio State     Georgia          Alabama
Rotation 4    Alabama        Oregon State Arkansas         Florida           Ohio State     Georgia
Rotation 5    Georgia          Alabama        Oregon State   Arkansas        Florida           Ohio State
Rotation 6    Ohio State     Georgia          Alabama          Oregon State Arkansas        Florida



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