Courtney McGregor
Courtney  McGregor


Christchurch, New Zealand



Christchurch School of Gymnastics


No. 15 Broncos Finish Season at Columbus Regional

The Broncos finished fourth with a score of 196.225, the second-highest regional score in program history.


No. 15 Broncos Win An Unprecedented Fourth-Straight MRGC Title

The Broncos now await their NCAA Regional fate.


No. 15 Broncos Head to MRGC Championships

The championships will be held on Saturday, March 24 at 6 p.m. MT in Cedar City, Utah.


No. 16 Broncos Down Two Ranked Teams at No. 8 Washington

The Broncos scored their first 197.000 of the year in the road victory.


No. 14 Broncos Fall at No. 17 Georgia

The Broncos are back out on the road on Thursday, March 15 at Washington.


Lincoln Regional (April 1, 2017)

Lincoln Regional (April 1, 2017) - Lincoln, Neb.


MRGC Championships (March 18)

MRGC Championships (March 18)


Boise State Gymnastics vs. Denver (3/10)

Boise State Gymnastics vs. Denver (3/10)


Boise State Gymnastics vs. Utah State (3/2)

Boise State Gymnastics vs. Utah State (3/2)


Gymnastics vs. Southern Utah (2/3/17 - Beauty and the Beast)

Gymnastics vs. Southern Utah (2/3/17 - Beauty and the Beast)

SOPHOMORE (2018): Was the all-around meet champion on Feb. 16 vs. Utah State, defeating teammate Shani Remme for the title with a score of 39.500, also earned meet title on vault with a career-high score of 9.900 on the event...For her efforts, she was named MRGC Gymnast of the Week following her 39.500 all-around score (Feb. 16)...Also earned MRGC Vault Specialist of the Week honors for the second time this season...Previously earned MRGC Vault Specialist of the Week honors after scoring a 9.850 in a quad meet on Jan. 19...Won the meet title on uneven bars after scoring a 9.900 on the event vs. Sacramento State (March 2)...Also won the meet title on bars with a 9.900 vs. Utah State (Feb. 16).  

FRESHMAN (2017): A MRGC first-team selection on both vault and uneven bars, going for a 9.8 and 9.9, respectively, at the conference championships…started the season as an all-arounder and eventually narrowed her focus to vault, uneven bars and balance beam…tallied two all-around victories in her first season, including a season-high 39.275 at Denver (Feb. 11)…she earned MRGC Gymnast of the Week honors the following meet at Utah State (Feb. 17) with a 39.250…earned one event title apiece on vault and uneven bars…was exceptional on uneven bars all year, finishing the regular season with an RQS of 9.9, tying for No. 18 in the country…earned a 9.9 or better in seven meets on bars, including a career-high 9.95 on March 10 against Denver…also tallied career highs on vault (9.9) and balance beam (9.875) that same meet, leading to a school record team score of 197.675…went 9.8 or better on balance beam in four meets…posted a season-best 9.775 on floor in four meets…contributed the second-most routines on the team (42)… NACGC/W Scholastic All-America honoree...Academic All-MRGC honoree.

McGregor – a native of Christchurch, New Zealand – comes to the Broncos as an accomplished international gymnast. She competed at the 2015 World Gymnastics Championships in Glasgow, Scotland and took 17th in vault. She was one of two gymnasts to represent New Zealand at Worlds, and ended up taking 71st in the all-around. McGregor also took part in two World Cups earlier this year, finishing eighth in vault at the Doha World Cup and eighth in beam at the Anadia World Cup.

Her and fellow Isabella Amado also represented their respective countries at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She took 41st in the all-around thanks to a 53.165, including a 13th-place finish at vault - her best finish in any individual event. She was the first women's artistic gymnast to represent New Zealand at an Olympic Games since 2000.

MAJOR: Health Sciences

Vault - 9.9 (2)
Uneven Bars - 9.95 (3)
Balance Beam - 9.875
Floor - 9.875
All-Around - 39.500 (2)

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