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[Gymnastics] 2019 Schedule Announced


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The 2019 gymnastics schedule, which includes the Southeastern Conference Championships at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans and NCAA Regional at the Maravich Center in Baton Rouge, has been announced by head coach D-D Breaux.
“It is really an exciting schedule and one that will get us ready for championship season,” Breaux said. “To be able to host two big meets in New Orleans and the PMAC for postseason shows the commitment our University and the state of Louisiana has for our sport.”
Breaux’s squad will host six regular season meets inside the PMAC beginning with the season opener on Friday, Jan. 4 against Cal. The team hosts SEC rivals Florida Missouri, and Georgia this season. NC State and Oregon State will also make trips to Baton Rouge for non-conference meets.
LSU’s road schedule features SEC meets at Auburn, Alabama, Kentucky and Arkansas. The familiar GymQuarters Invite is also on the schedule for a third-straight year in St. Charles, Missouri. The team will close the regular season on the road at Arizona
Postseason competition begins on Saturday, March 23 at the SEC Championships in New Orleans. The Tigers have won the SEC Championship two years in a row and will host the conference meet for the first time in the state since 1998.
The NCAA Regional will also return to Baton Rouge for the first time since 2014. The new three-day meet will feature nine teams competing for two spots at the NCAA’s.
The NCAA Championships will take place April 19-20 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. This also marks the new format for the championship meet with eight teams fighting to be the Final Four on the Floor.
Gymnastics 101, the annual free preview showcase, will take place in the PMAC on Monday, Dec. 10 at 6:30 p.m. 
Season tickets requests and renewals are available for the 2019 season. The deadline for renewals is Sunday, Sept. 12. NCAA Regional tickets are now available to LSU season ticket holder. Information on SEC Championship tickets will be available later this fall.

From http://lsusports.net/gymnastics

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I decided not to do season tickets for gymnastics again. I was having to choose between it and baseball some weeks, and we all now baseball wins.

Besides, I cannot take so many moms of little girls letting the little heathens run wild, and not controlling them. If I got hit in the head with a pompom by a little girl, whose mom didn't care, one more time, it was going to get ugly.  I love LSU gymnastics, and will continue to support them, but I am too much at a "get off my lawn" stage to handle the crowd it draws.

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