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OU Gymnastics | Both Men's & Women's Teams Competing For National Championships

Both the men's and women's Oklahoma gymnastics teams advanced in their respective NCAA qualifiers Friday and will now have a chance to compete for a national championship Saturday evening.

The men advanced to their 14th straight NCAA Finals finishing tied with Michigan in their qualifier with a final team score of 443.850. Saturday night in State College, Pa. the Sooners will look to bring home their ninth team national title.

You can read more about Friday night's performance here courtesy of Sooner Sports and you can watch Saturday night's finals here courtesy of NCAA.com.

The OU women also advanced to the finals and the program's third Super Six appearance. The Sooners will be looking for their first national title Saturday night against some stiff competition including Alabama, UCLA, Florida, LSU, and Georgia.

You can read more about Friday night's performance here courtesy of Sooner Sports and you can watch Saturday night's finals here courtesy of NCAA.com.

Best of luck to both squads and hopefully they'll each be bringing home some NCAA hardware!

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