2017 NCAA Championships COMING TO ST. LOUIS THIS SPRING

2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships

March 16-18, 2017 • Scottrade Center

#TigerStyle: The University of Missouri Tigers are once again one of the top ranked teams in the NCAA. They will host the championships with the Sports Commission at Scottrade Center for the eighth time since 2000.

Mizzou Senior J'den Cox earned an Olympic bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics and now he seeks his third NCAA national title at the championships in 2017.

St. Louis Hosts 8th NCAA Wrestling Championships

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2017 NCAA Women's Frozen Four

March 17 & 19, 2017 • The Family Arena • St. Charles, Missouri

Women's Ice Hockey Comes to the Heartland

Lindenwood University and the city of St. Charles will host their first NCAA Division I championship with the NCAA Women's Ice Hockey Championship at the Family Arena. St. Louis previously hosted the Men's Frozen Four in 2007 at Scottrade Center.

Reigning champions the past two years, the Minnesota Golden Gophers will head to the heartland of hockey to try to keep their national title streak going.

The Wisconsin Badgers lead the way as the top ranked team this season and will try to win their fifth national championship. In the 16 years since the championship started, only 4 different schools have won the title.

USA Hockey Women's National Team - 2016 Women's World Ice Hockey Champions

This winter, St. Louis played host to the 2017 NHL's Bridgestone Winter Classic and the region is thrilled to host another premier hockey event. The Women's Frozen Four is the highest level of women’s ice hockey besides the national team, and many of the student-athletes go on to play for Team USA at international and world championships.

2017 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships

April 14-15, 2017 • Chaifetz Arena

The University of Missouri and the St. Louis Sports Commission will host the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships for the first time this spring. Beginning in 2016 with the U.S. Men’s Olympic Trials and Women’s P&G Championships, the Gateway City has hosted and will continue to host the best gymnasts in the country with the National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships making its home here in 2017 and 2018.

madison kocian at the 2016 p&g championships in st. louis

Continuing to Make History

This year, Madison Kocian and Kyla Ross made history at UCLA as the first two U.S. Olympic champions ever to compete in NCAA gymnastics. Kocian won the team gold medal as part of the "Final Five" at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and Ross won the gold medal as a member of the "Fierce Five" at the 2012 London Olympics. Fellow "Fierce Five" teammate Jordan Wieber is on the UCLA coaching staff as well.

The Oklahoma Sooners women’s gymnastics team won the school's second NCAA title in 2016 and look to back up their win with another championship in 2017.

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