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Programs for ESPNU on Tuesday, July 14, 2020
12:00 AM
Women's College Gymnastics Arkansas Razorbacks at Missouri Tigers from Hearnes Center Arkansas posted a 196.650 in a loss vs. Kentucky; Missouri fell to Auburn last time out with a 196.650, but Morgan Porter and Helen Hu each claimed two titles.
1:30 AM
Women's College Gymnastics Denver Pioneers vs Oklahoma Sooners from Lloyd Noble Center No. 6 Denver averages a 196.819; No. 1 Oklahoma won last year's dual, 197.700-197.400, as Maggie Nichols won both bars and beam with a 9.975.
3:00 AM
Women's College Gymnastics Georgia Gym Dogs at Alabama Crimson Tide from Coleman Coliseum No. 10 Georgia posted a 196.500 in a loss vs. Florida on Feb. 28; No. 9 Alabama won last season's dual, 196.900-196.875, closing with a 49.200 on beam.
4:30 AM
Women's College Gymnastics Michigan Wolverines at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Devaney Center Michigan won last year's dual on the final routine, 196.500-195.700, when Olivia Karas posted 9.950 on floor; Nebraska had a 197.100 in a win at Michigan State.
6:00 AM
Women's College Gymnastics LSU Tigers at Florida Gators from Stephen C. O'Connell Center LSU posted a 196.575 in a win last time out vs. Auburn; Florida bested Missouri, 196.850-195.600, as Nya Reed claimed her second vault title with a 9.875.
7:30 AM
Women's College Gymnastics Oklahoma Sooners at Alabama Crimson Tide from Coleman Coliseum Oklahoma won last year's dual, 198.275-197.250, posting at least a 49.525 on each event; Alabama tallied a 196.025, but dropped its first outing at Auburn.
9:00 AM
Women's College Gymnastics Utah Utes at UCLA Bruins from Pauley Pavilion Utah is tied with the Bruins for No. 3 in the nation with a 197.071 average; UCLA's Kyla Ross has averaged a 39.692 and won all-around in all six of her meets. Bart Connor(Commentator), Kathy Johnson Clarke(Commentator)
10:30 AM
Women's College Gymnastics Alabama Crimson Tide at LSU Tigers from Pete Maravich Assembly Center Alabama posted a 196.575 at the Metroplex Challenge; LSU won last season's dual, 197.450-196.850, with Kennedi Edney and Sarah Finnegan claiming all-around.
12:00 PM
2014 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Championship: Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs Duke Blue Devils from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore Duke advanced with a 15-12 victory over Denver as Kyle Kennan scored four goals; Matt Kavanaugh scored five goals for Notre Dame in an 11-6 win over Maryland. Eamon McAnaney(Commentator), Quint Kessenich(Commentator), Paul Carcaterra(Commentator)
2:00 PM
2015 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Championship: Maryland Terrapins vs Denver Pioneers from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Denver makes its first appearance in the national championship; Maryland reached the final for the third time in the last five years and leads the series, 4-0. Eamon McAnaney(Commentator), Quint Kessenich(Commentator), Paul Carcaterra(Commentator)
4:00 PM
2016 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Championship: North Carolina Tar Heels vs Maryland Terrapins from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Chris Cloutier scored nine goals for North Carolina in an 18-13 win over Loyola (Md.); Maryland defeated Brown in overtime, 15-14, to reach its 13th title game. Eamon McAnaney(Commentator), Quint Kessenich(Commentator), Paul Carcaterra(Commentator)
6:00 PM
2017 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Championship: Ohio State Buckeyes vs Maryland Terrapins from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Maryland reached its third consecutive championship game with a 9-8 victory over Denver; Ohio State eliminated Towson in the semifinals, 11-10. Anish Shroff(Commentator), Quint Kessenich(Commentator), Paul Carcaterra(Commentator)
8:00 PM
2018 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Championship: Duke Blue Devils vs Yale Bulldogs from Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. Yale scored the first seven goals and defeated Albany in the semifinals, 20-11; Duke seeks its fourth national championship after eliminating Maryland, 13-8.
10:00 PM
2019 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Championship: Yale Bulldogs vs Virginia Cavaliers from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Yale, the defending champion, eliminated Penn State in the semifinals, 21-17; Virginia will play for its sixth national title after defeating Duke, 13-12.
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