No. 16 Broncos Down Two Ranked Teams at No. 8 Washington
March 15, 2018

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SEATTLE -- The No. 16 Broncos defeated No. 8 Washington and No. 19 BYU by scoring their first 197.000 of the season on Thursday evening at Alaska Airlines Arena.

The Broncos (11-2) scored their first 197.000 of the season, the ninth-highest team score in program history to dispatch of two ranked teams on host Washington's senior day. The Dawgs finished second with a team score of 196.950 and BYU third with a score of 196.375.

On the win, co-head coach Neil Resnick said, "After last week [loss at Georgia], this was just what the doctor ordered. A big win for the Broncos!"

Junior Shani Remme won her seventh all-around meet title of the season and 14th of her career with a score of 49.575, a career-high mark for the Loomis, Calif., native. Her score is also the third-highest all-around score in program history.

Remme also won the uneven bars title with a score of 9.925, tying her career-high mark on the event and the beam title with a score of 9.925, also tying her career-high mark.

Senior Ann Stockwell tied for first on the vault title with a score 9.875, tying her season high mark. The biggest event for the Broncos on the day was their second rotation, beam. The Broncos put together their highest team score of the year on the event, 49.400. The score is the fourth-highest in program history on the event.

On the team's beam performance, co-head coach Tina Bird said, "The beam team finally showed the judges what they do time after time in practice. I'm so proud of them."

The Broncos were led by Remme's career-high tying 9.925 on the event, followed by scores of 9.900 by junior Sarah Means and sophomore Courtney McGregor. For McGregor, the 9.900 is a career-high mark, and for Means, the 9.900 ties her career-high score. Freshman Gabriella Bouza was outstanding as well, setting a career-high with a 9.850, followed by a 9.825 performance by senior Sandra Collantes.

The Broncos started the day on bars, and recovered well from an early fall to put together a score of 49.200. Remme led the way with her career-high tying 9.925, followed by three scores of 9.825 by Bouza, Collantes and McGregor. Stockwell rounded out the scoring with a 9.800.

On floor the Broncos scored a 49.200 as well as a team, led by three 9.875s from Remme, Collantes and Stockwell. McGregor earned a 9.800 and seniors Abby Webb and Mary Frances Bir each earned scores of 9.775.

The final rotation of the night for the Broncos was vault, and they closed out with a strong 49.200. Stockwell tied for the meet title with a score of 9.875, tying her season-high mark on the event. Bir and Remme were next with scores of 9.850, while McGregor scored 9.825. Collantes earned 9.800 to round out the scoring.

McGregor and Collantes also joined Remme in the all-around, finishing fourth (39.350) and fifth (39.325), respectively.

The Broncos will head to the MRGC Championships, where they look for the program's fourth-straight title on Saturday, March 24 at 6 p.m. MT in Cedar City, Utah.

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