Women's Gymnastics Announces 2013 Schedule

Oct. 3, 2012

USAF ACADEMY, Colo. - Highlighted by four home competitions at Cadet West Gym and two other meets within the state of Colorado, the Air Force women's gymnastics team released its schedule for the upcoming 2013 season this afternoon (Oct. 3).

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Air Force opens the season at Denver on Jan. 12, before beginning Mountain Pacific Sports Federation competition the following weekend (Jan. 18) at Seattle Pacific. The Falcons close out the first month of the season at home, hosting Missouri, Texas Woman's University and MPSF foe UC Davis on Jan. 26.

The Falcons return to Denver on Feb. 2, where they will face DU, North Carolina and San Jose State at the Burnsley Invitational. Following a Feb. 8 meet at Utah State, Air Force will return to the Academy to host Lindenwood and New Hampshire on Feb. 16. The Falcons will travel to Texas Woman's University on Feb. 24 for a triangular meet with Illinois-Chicago.

The month of March begins at the Academy, as the Falcons host Seattle Pacific on March 2 for the conclusion of the home-and-home series between the two programs. Air Force will head to Ypsilanti, Mich., on March 9 to face Eastern Michigan, Kent State and Alaska-Anchorage at the Eagle Invitational, before closing out the home season against Denver on March 11. The Falcons will finish the regular season in California with meets at UC Davis (March 15) and Sacramento State (March 17).

The championship season starts on March 23, when Air Force returns to UC Davis for the MPSF Championships. Select gymnasts will travel to the NCAA Regional Championships in Columbus, Ohio, on April 6, while the entire team will head to Shreveport, La., for the USAG National Collegiate Championships on April 12-14. The 2013 campaign comes to a close at the NCAA National Championships in Los Angeles, Calif., on April 26-28.

The Falcons' preseason Blue/Silver Scrimmage will be held on Saturday, Dec. 1.



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