Last year, WKU was one of only three programs to have two teams finish in the top-10 in two divisions, joining Alabama and Morehead State.
On Saturday, WKU’s co-ed team will perform at approximately 3:46 PM (CT) against 23 colleges and universities including Mississippi State, Florida State, Alabama, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Tennessee and LSU. Last year, the co-ed squad placed fifth in the division.
Also on Saturday, WKU’s all-girl team will perform at approximately 5:57 PM (CT) against 17 college and universities. WKU placed eighth in the all-girl division last year.
On Sunday, the top-placing teams of every division move on to national championship competition. Those routines can be seen between 5-7 PM (CT). Tickets may be purchased on location at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports complex.
UCA also offers a live stream for the entire weekend for $39.99 that allows anyone to watch his or her favorite team compete. To access the live stream, visit http://www.varsity.com/livestreams.