Gymnastics season tickets are now on sale ahead of National Gymnastics Day

NORMAN – After winning her fifth NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship in April, there’s no time to waste as anticipation for the 2023 season builds, and your chance to be a part of the “Sooner Magic” begins. now.

The University of Oklahoma Athletics Department has announced that season tickets are now available for the 2023 season. To reserve your seat, click here or contact the OU Athletics Box Office by phone at (405) 325-2424.

Reserved season tickets are $50 each. General admission season tickets are $25 for adults, while season tickets for seniors (55+), youth (6-18), OU faculty/staff, and winners cost $20. A guaranteed gift package, including a replica version of the team’s 2022 National Championship ring, is available at an optional additional cost to anyone who purchases before Thursday, December 1. This additional purchase guarantees that you receive the gift for each encounter without having to arrive early and wait in line. These gift items can be collected during the meeting and will not be sent by post.

 









Opponent Ticket promotions Reveal
Utah Alumni Night and 2022 National Championship Celebration 2022 National Championship Ring
Iowa State Appreciation of first responders and healthcare workers Foam Glow Sticks
West Virginia Educator Appreciation Campfire Coffee Mug
Florida military appreciation Roll Banner
Arizona State Interreligious and community evening Tumbler Mug

Current season ticket holders also have the option to renew their seats for the 2023 season. In honor of National Gymnastics Day, those who renew or purchase their season tickets by September 30 will receive a replica mini-banner National Championship (one per account – no seat). All banners will be mailed to the account holder prior to the start of the 2023 season.

The most anticipated matchups of the 2023 season will take place at the Lloyd Noble Center with two teams that made it to the 2022 NCAA Championship Finals. In its home opener, the Sooners will face Utah who just finished third in the championships of the NCAA. Midway through the season, the OU hosts SEC foe and NCAA finalist Florida.

“We are thrilled to embark on our new adventure following the epic end of the 2022 NCAA Championship,” said the head coach. KJ Kindler said. “It’s a challenge for both the gymnasts and the fans! We’ll be hosting some of the best of the best in 2023 and everyone will have to be on their game.”

In another thrilling NLC game, the Sooners host Arizona State at Norman for their home final and senior day. OU has won every home final under Kindler, including two against the Sun Devils.

Other home fixtures include a pair of Big 12 opponents, Iowa State and West Virginia.

“Last season we rocked the roof at the LNC (Lloyd Noble Center) with our presence against Michigan and the plan is to keep riding that wave!” Kindler noted.

After its fifth NCAA gymnastics championship, Oklahoma’s 2022 women’s gymnastics team returns eight gymnasts who combined for 20 senior All-America honors Ragan Smith, Olivia Trautman and Allie Stern; junior duo Audrey Davis and Katherine LeVasseur; and sophomores Jordan Bower, Danielle Sievers and Danae Fletcher.

Trautman and Stern elected to use their extra year due to COVID-19. In addition to returns, the Sooners are bringing in freshmen Faith Torrez and Ava Siegfeldtwho are both former elite gymnasts.

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