The annual Utah Gymnastics faculty and staff appreciation night will be on Friday, Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Jon M. Huntsman Center.
All U faculty, staff and their families (up to 6 people) receive FREE general admission seats in the upper bowl to the season home opener against Southern Utah, Boise State and UC Davis.
Present your UCard at any entrance for free admission that night (based on availability).
For more information about the discount night, visit utahtickets.com.
Utah gymnastics and head coach Greg Marsden celebrated his 40th anniversary this season. Marsden, the sport’s coach with the most wins (1,018-205-7), became its first 1,000-win coach last year.
Utah gymnastics season tickets sold for 2015 were at 6,924 to start the week, which set a new school record. The old season ticket mark of 6,900 was set last year when Utah gymnastics went on to lead all NCAA women’s sports in average attendance (14,376).
Utah, the defending Pac-12 champion, was picked to win the 2015 Pac-12 gymnastics title in the preseason coaches’ poll. It marks the first time in Utah’s four years of Pac-12 membership that the Utes have been projected to win the title.
Tickets are on sale at utahtickets.com and by calling 801-581-UTIX (8849).
Utah returns nine letter winners and six All-Americans from last year’s Pac-12 champion and seventh-place NCAA team. All four members of Utah’s senior class are All-Americans and three are Pac-12 champions.
Tory Wilson was the 2014 Pac-12 all-around champion and Pac-12 Gymnast of the Year.
Georgia Dabritz was the 2014 Pac-12 Specialist of the Year and is currently a four-time, Pac-12 individual event champion.
Corrie Lothrop was the 2012 Pac-12 all-around champion.
Utah’s freshman class consists of Junior Olympic champions Kari Lee, Samantha Partyka, Maddie Stover and Tiffani Lewis.