Oregon Selected to Host 2022 NCATA National Championships

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EUGENE, Oregon – The University of Oregon will host the 2022 National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA) National Championships April 28-30 at Matthew Knight Arena, the association announced Wednesday.

“The University of Oregon is delighted to host the NCATA National Championships here in Eugene,” UO Athletic Director Rob Mullens said. “There is tremendous momentum around acrobatics and tumbling right now, and we are honored to have another opportunity to host the championship for the talented and hard-working student athletes competing in this sport. We were disappointed when this event was not held. could take place in 2020, and we look forward to hosting a premier event at the Matthew Knight Arena next spring and continuing to play our part in continuing that momentum.”

This is Eugene’s second time hosting the event, and the last time being in 2011 when the university hosted the inaugural NCATA National Championship meeting. Oregon was scheduled to host the 2020 National Championships before they were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are excited to return to the University of Oregon this year for the NCATA National Championships, especially after our scheduled 2020 event was canceled due to the pandemic,” said NCATA Executive Director Janell Cook. “Eugene is a special community passionate about women’s sports. We look forward to partnering with Oregon to bring an unforgettable experience to all student athletes competing in the Championships.”

Oregon has reached the NCATA Championship Finals nine times in the ten years of the event, winning national titles in 2011, 2013, and 2014. The Ducks have reached the semifinals in all nine years and have finished as national runner-up five times.

“The sport of acrobatics and tumbling started here in Eugene. What better way to celebrate his growth than by hosting the 2022 NCATA National Championships,” said the Oregon head coach. Taylor Susana. “We have a strong team this year with a lot of depth and can’t wait to get the season started. Oregon’s fan base is so vibrant, so supportive and we can’t wait to see them in the stands! set goals for the 2022 season and the hope is to make our Duck Family proud!”

The eight-team event kicks off with the quarter-finals on April 28, followed by the semi-finals on April 29. The individual event and team championship finals are on April 30. Championship meeting times as well as live coverage and ticket information will be announced at a later date.

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