Despite not qualifying as a team after placing fourth at the ECAC Championships, head coach Cheryl Raymond will have 10 individual student-athletes on the national scene, the most in her 33-year tenure.
The Pride will have three all-around competitors with Lauren Pocius, Brittany Baglow, and Abby Clark competing in all four events.
In addition, Keelin O'Connell, Nikki Caradonna, and Annmarie Graziosa will all perform on the balance beam, while Rachel Mattison and Kristin Feliu will compete on the vault.
Both Graziosa and Jen Habeeb are slated to compete in the floor exercise, and Sarah Perry will be the Pride's lone competitors on uneven bars.
The NCGA is comprised of Division III teams affilliated with the NCAA, which does not offer a Division III gymnastics championship.
The championship competition will begin at 5:00 Friday. The team title is determined Friday, as well as the individual all-around champion. The top ten all-arounders are NCGA All-Americans.
Scores in each event, while not carrying over, determine the finals in each of the four events Saturday, where the top eight finishers in each specialty earn NCGA All-America honors. The Saturday session of competition begins at 4:00.