The fourth-ranked University of Utah gymnastics team won't be in the raucous Huntsman Center when it competes for a national championship in Missouri in two weeks, but there'll at least be one thing in common with home meets.

The draw was conducted Sunday to determine the order the teams will compete in each event during the April 14 semifinals, and the Red Rocks will go in the same order they do at home.

They'll begin on vault, then have one of two byes before going to bars and beam. After its second bye, Utah will finish up on floor.

The Red Rocks are ranked fourth in the country on vault, sixth on bars and beam and fourth on floor. The last event is the team's strongest as far as overall season average score is concerned.

In the semifinals, Utah will compete against No. 1 Oklahoma, No. 6 UCLA, No. 7 Denver, No. 11 Washington and No. 12 Oregon State. The top three teams will advance to the Super Six on April 15.

The first semifinal on April 14 will be televised on ESPN2, while the second and the Super Six on April 15 will be broadcast live on ESPNU. The Red Rocks will make their first appearance ever on ESPN2.

Utah is making a record 42nd-straight appearance at the national championships and is the only program to qualify for all 36 NCAA Championships.

The Red Rocks missed the Super Six in 2016 after finishing last in their semifinal.