No. 14 Broncos Shine on Senior Day
March 2, 2018

Final Stats

BOISE, Idaho – The No. 14-ranked Broncos took care of business on senior night, defeating Sacramento State 196.725 to 193.450 at Taco Bell Arena on Friday evening.

The Broncos (10-1, 4-1 MRGC) rebounded after their first loss of the season at BYU last week and put up their second-highest team score of the season.

The meet was the final time seniors Mary Frances Bir, Sandra Collantes, Ann Stockwell and Abby Webb would compete at Taco Bell Arena as Broncos.

On the night, co-head coach Tina Bird said, “The entire team stepped it up in practice this week and I think it showed tonight. I just love these seniors so much! So proud of all of them.”

Junior Shani Remme won the all-around competition for the seventh time this season, the third-most all-around victories in a single season in program history. On the night she finished with a score of 39.450 and won the event title on floor with a score of 9.925.

The Broncos started the night off on vault and were led by junior Sarah Means, who was competing on the event for the first time since February 2, and won the competition with a score of 9.875, tying her season-high mark on the event. She was followed by Remme who earned a 9.825, Courtney McGregor and Ann Stockwell with 9.800 and Bir rounded out the scoring with a 9.775.

After the first rotation the Broncos led the Hornets, 49.075 to 48.300.

McGregor led the Broncos on bars with a score of 9.900 on the event, winning the meet title while tying her season-high mark on the event. Stockwell was next with a score of 9.875, which is her new season-high mark on the event, freshman Emily Muhlenhaupt and Remme were next with scores of 9.850 apiece, while Collantes rounded out the scoring with a 9.825.

The Broncos held a 98.375 to 96.225 lead through the first two events.

On beam the Broncos were led by Means who finished with a score of 9.875, which tied her season-high mark as she won the meet title on the event. Remme earned a 9.850, McGregor a 9.825, Collantes a 9.775 and Webb a 9.700 to round off the scoring.

Heading into the final rotation of the evening the Broncos led 147.400 to 144.725.

Remme led the Broncos on floor with a score of 9.925, followed by Stockwell who set a new season-high mark of 9.900 in the final home routine of her career. Fellow senior Bir followed suit, tying her career-high mark in the event with a 9.850 in her final routine in Taco Bell Arena. Senior Webb and junior McGregor finished off the day with scores of 9.825, respectively.

Remme won the all-around with a score of 39.450 and McGregor was right behind with a score of 39.350.

The Broncos will be in action on the road next week, as they travel to Georgia on Saturday, March 10


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