No. 14 Broncos Fall at No. 17 Georgia
March 10, 2018

Final Stats

ATHENS, Ga. -- The No. 14 Broncos had a strong showing, but it was not enough against host No. 17 Georgia, as they fell 197.525 to 196.625 on Saturday evening at Stegeman Coliseum.

In front of 10,118 fans, the Broncos (10-2, 4-1 MRGC) were led by junior Shani Remme, who finished second in the all-around competition with a score of 39.500, tying her season high.

Senior Sandra Collantes also had a strong day, collecting two season-high marks. First, her 9.925 on floor was a season high and then her 9.825 on beam was also a season-high score.

The Broncos started out on bars, where they were led by sophomore Courtney McGregor and junior Shani Remme, who both scored 9.900 on the event. The score ties the season-high mark for both gymnasts. Senior Ann Stockwell was next with a 9.825 score, and senior Sandra Collantes and freshman Emily Muhlenhaupt rounded out the scoring by both earning scores of 9.750.

After the first rotation, the Broncos trailed, 49.350 to 49.125 as Georgia got off to a fast start on vault. On vault, the Broncos were led by Stockwell, who earned a score of 9.850. McGregor and senior Mary Frances Bir were next with scores of 9.825 on the event, while junior Sarah Means and Remme both earned 9.800s. Overall the team combined score was 49.100 on the event.

The Bulldogs had an unbelievably strong second round on bars, with a combined team score of 49.425, they pulled away from the Broncos, leading 98.775 to 98.225 after two rotations.

The best event of the night for the Broncos was floor exercise, as they scored a 49.400 as a team. Collantes and Remme both earned scores of 9.925, a new season-high mark for Collantes. Senior Abby Webb, Bir and Stockwell earn earned scores of 9.850.

The Broncos made some headway into the Bulldogs' lead after three rotations, as they only trailed 148.050 to 147.625.

The final rotation of the day for the Broncos was beam, and as a team they scored 49.000. Remme led the way with a 9.875, while redshirt junior Alex Esmerian and Collantes earned scores of 9.825. Means was next with a 9.775 and McGregor scored 9.700.

The Bulldogs had an incredibly strong rotation on floor, putting together a 49.475 team score to solidify their win, 197.525 to 196.625.

The Broncos have a quick turnaround this week, as they head to No. 9 Washington on Thursday, March 15 for a 6 p.m. PT meet.

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