Broncos Split Regular-Season Finale
Krentz earned her third career event win on Friday
March 13, 2015

Complete Results

Final Results

CEDAR CITY, Utah - The 15th-ranked Boise State gymnastics team split the final regular-season contest on Friday night. The Broncos put up a score of 196.225, topping No. 19 California (196.125), but falling to No. 21 Southern Utah (196.325). Despite dropping a matchup, the Broncos will improve their regional qualifying score to a 196.375. Boise State will return to action next Saturday (6 p.m.) at the 2015 Mountain Rim Gymnastics Championships hosted by Denver.

Boise State (147.000), Southern Utah (147.1) and California (146.9) were separated by a tenth of a point headed into the fourth and final rotation. The Broncos put up a fight on vault, counting scores of 9.775 or higher. Sandra Collantes vaulted in the second position, recording a 9.775. Senior co-captain Kelsey Morris and freshman Ann Stockwell marked 9.825's, while Maddie Krentz and Ciera Perkins each hit a score of 9.90. Krentz and Perkins would share the individual vault title, and the Broncos would record a 49.225 on the apparatus.

The Broncos couldn't close the gap, as both Southern Utah and California scored a 49.225 in the final rotation. Perkins' share of the vault title moves her to 11 career wins on the apparatus. Stockwell finishes the regular season scoring a 9.80 or higher on vault in every meet.

"We are so proud of this team," said co-head coach Tina Bird. "We had a great meet with total team effort."

Boise State posted its highest event score of the night on the uneven bars. The team scored a 49.250 on the apparatus, above their 49.219 average. Krentz and Diana Mejia notched 9.825's, while junior Krystine Jacobsen posted a 9.850. The senior duo of Morris and Perkins paced the team on the event with their 9.875's.

Morris would lead Boise State on floor exercise with her 9.850. Sandra Collantes recorded a 9.825. Sophomore Mackenzie Bennion had a solid opening score to her routine, marking a 9.80. Krentz followed with a 9.80 of her own. Freshman Lianne Josbacher rounded out the scoring with a 9.775, giving the Broncos a 49.050 on the event.

Josbacher led the Blue and Orange on balance beam, marking a 9.775. Redshirt sophomore Molly McFarland and Paige Urquhart recorded 9.750s, while Morris (9.725) and Jacobsen (9.700) would round out the scoring. Boise State posed a 48.700 on balance beam, and Morris marked a 39.275 in the all-around.

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