Utah State Gymnastics Announces 2020 Schedule

By Utah State Athletics |

Utah State gymnastics has announced its 2020 schedule, which is highlighted by four home meets at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, as well as the inaugural Rio Tinto Best of Utah NCAA Gymnastics Meet.

The Aggies, under the direction of third-year head coach Amy Smith, will begin the 2020 season on Saturday, Jan. 11, at the Rio Tinto Best of Utah NCAA Gymnastics Meet. Joining Utah State at the Maverik Center in West Valley City will be in-state rivals BYU, Southern Utah and Utah.

USU will actually be on the road the entire month of January. The Aggies will travel to Provo for a tri meet against Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference-rival BYU and UCLA on Saturday, Jan. 18, followed by a dual meet at Air Force on Saturday, Jan. 25. Utah State will compete at Southern Utah in an MRGC dual meet on Friday, Jan. 31.
Utah State welcomes MRGC-foe Boise State to the Spectrum for its home opener on Friday, Feb. 7. The Aggies remain at home the following weekend when they host Southern Utah on Valentine's Day.
The Aggies will then head to Boise, Idaho, for a dual meet against the Broncos on Friday, Feb. 21, followed by their third home meet of the month against UC Davis on Friday, Feb. 28.

Utah State opens the month of March by hosting BYU for Senior Night on Friday, March 6. The Aggies close out the regular season on the road in Salt Lake City on Friday, March 13, for a dual meet against Utah.

The 2020 MRGC Championships are scheduled for Saturday, March 21, at ExtraMile Arena in Boise, Idaho.

All home meets are scheduled for 7 p.m.

Fans can follow the Aggie gymnastics program at, on Facebook at Utah State Gymnastics, and on Instagram at USUGymnastics. Fans can also follow the USU athletic program at or on Facebook at UtahStateAthletics.


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