No. 2 seed Florida

National titles (last): 2 (2014, tie)

Coach: Rhonda Faehn, 13th year

Regional score: 197.475, 1st

Top gymnasts: Kytra Hunter, Bridget Sloan, Alex McMurtry

Briefly: Featuring two of the nation’s top all-arounders in Hunter and Sloan, the Gators will be going for a third consecutive national title.

No. 3 seed Utah

National titles (last): 9 (1995)

Coach: Greg Marsden, 6th year

Regional score: 196.575, 2nd

Top gymnasts: Georgia Dabritz, Corrie Lothrop, Kari Lee

Briefly: The Utes lost their top performer, all-arounder Tory Wilson, to injury in the Pac 12 meet and almost didn’t get out of the regional.

No. 6 seed Michigan

National titles: 0

Coach: Bev Plocki, 26th year

Regional score: 197.000, 2nd

Top gymnasts: Nicole Artz, Brianna Brown, Sachi Sugiyama

Briefly: Led by Artz, the Wolverines had a solid season and produced a strong second-place showing in the regional to advance.

No. 7 seed UCLA

National titles (last): 6 (2010)

Coach: Valerie Kondos-Field, 25th year

Regional score: 197.500, 1st

Top gymnasts: Danusia Francis, Peng-Peng Lee, Samantha Peszek

Briefly: Even though they ranked seventh going to regionals, the Bruins had the third-highest score of all 12 teams that advanced.

No. 10 seed Georgia

National titles (last): 10 (2009)

Coach: Danna Durante, 3rd year

Regional score: 197.025, 1st

Top gymnasts: Mary Beth Box, Brittany Rogers, Chelsea Davis

Briefly: The GymDogs aren’t as deep and powerful as they used to be, but they made the most of their opportunity in the regional.

No. 11 seed Stanford

National titles: 0

Coach: Kristen Smyth, 14th year

Regional score: 197.000, 2nd

Top gymnasts: Elizabeth Price, Taylor Rice, Ivana Hong

Briefly: A fixture in the Super Six for years, they’ll be trying to get back in the finals for the first time in three seasons.

No. 1 seed Oklahoma

National titles (last): 1 (2014, tie)

Coach: K.J. Kindler, 9th year

Regional score: 197.625, 1st

Top gymnasts: Chayse Capps, McKenzie Wofford, Brenna Dowell

Briefly: After coming close with two seconds and a third, the Sooners broke through and shared the title with Florida last year.

No. 4 seed LSU

National titles: 0

Coach: D-D Breaux, 38th year

Regional score: 197.175, 1st

Top gymnasts: Rheagan Courville, Jessie Jordan, Lloimincia Hall

Briefly: After a third-place national finish a year ago, the Tigers hope to gain a school-record third consecutive Super Six berth.

No. 5 seed Alabama

National titles (last): 6 (2012)

Coach: Dana Duckworth, 1st year

Regional score: 197.575, 1st

Top gymnasts: Lauren Beers, Kaitlyn Clark, Carley Sims

Briefly: The Crimson Tide didn’t have the greatest of seasons, but they claimed the title in the SEC championships and won their regional.

No. 8 seed Auburn

National titles: 0

Coach: Jeff Graba, 5th year

Regional score: 196.900, 2nd

Top gymnasts: Caitlin Atkinson, Megan Walker, Lexus Demers

Briefly: In the national semifinals for the first time since 2003, they’re shooting for their first Super Six appearance in 21 seasons.

No. 9 seed Nebraska

National titles: 0

Coach: Dan Kendig, 9th year

Regional score: 196.950, 2nd

Top gymnasts: Jessie DeZiel, Hollie Blanske, Ashley Lambert

Briefly: They’ve qualified for the Super Six a total of 11 times, but have never finished higher than fourth in the finals.

No. 12 seed Oregon State

National titles: 0

Coach: Kristen Smyth, 14th year

Regional score: 196.750, 2nd

Top gymnasts: Madeline Gardner, Chelsea Tang, Erika Aufiero

Briefly: Like Auburn, it’s a while since they got this far. They haven’t been in the semifinals since 1996.

Sheldon Mickles