The Utah gymnastics team first competed in 1976. Since then, Utah is the only team to qualify to every National Championships (42), including all 36 NCAA Championships.
Utah’s overall regular and postseason record is 1,093-223-9.
Utah gymnastics set the longest regular season home win streak of any NCAA sport, spanning 23 years (1979-2002) and 170 meets.
Greg Marsden coached the Utes for 40 years before retiring following the 2015 season.
Utah has won its regional meet 30 times and been runner-up 12 times.
Co-head coach Megan Marsden (foreground) and the Utes celebrate a great routine at the 2012 NCAA Championships.
Utah has won a record 10 national championships and been runner-up nine times. Utah has also placed in the top-three 23 times and never finished lower than 10th.
Utah has qualified for the Super Six 20 times.
Utah gymnasts have earned a record 354 NCAA Championships All-America awards and have won 26 individual national championships.
Utah owns every gymnastics attendance record, including the most people ever to watch a collegiate gymnastics meet (16,019 vs. Michigan in 2015) and highest season attendance average (15,224 in 2017).
Utah gymnastics has led the nation in gymnastics attendance 33 times and has won seven all-women’s sports attendance titles (2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) becoming the first women’s team other than basketball to lead the nation in season attendance.
Utah gymnastics has drawn 21 crowds in excess of 15,000 and 45 crowds of 14,000 or more.
The Utes have averaged over 11,000 fans a meet since 1992 and over 14,000 fans a meet for the past eight seasons.