No. 15 Broncos Win An Unprecedented Fourth-Straight MRGC Title
March 24, 2018

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CEDAR CITY, Utah – The No. 15-ranked Broncos win an unprecedented fourth-straight Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference Championship by scoring 196.875 on Saturday evening at the America First Events Center in Cedar City, Utah.

On the program’s fourth-straight conference title, co-head coaches Tina Bird and Neil Resnick said, “This is an incredible feat for our program and a testament to all the work our team puts in day in and day out.”

The Broncos never trailed on the day, with BYU finishing second with a score of 196.000, Utah State scoring 195.825 to finish third and host Southern Utah scoring 195.575 to finish fourth. The 196.875 score for the Broncos is the fourth-highest team total in a conference championship in program history.

Senior Ann Stockwell won the meet vault title with a score of 9.900 on the event. Fellow senior Sandra Collantes took home a piece of the meet floor title with a score of 9.900, while junior Sarah Means took home a share of the meet beam title with a 9.900 on the event. Rounding out the meet champions for the Broncos were junior Shani Remme and sophomore Courtney McGregor, who both shared the bars meet title with scores of 9.900 on the event.

The Broncos opened up the meet on floor, earning a 49.175 on the event. Collantes led the way with a 9.900 on the event. Stockwell finished with a score of 9.875, followed by a 9.825 by McGregor. Remme uncharacteristically stepped out-of-bounds, but still earned a 9.800 on the event. Rounding out the scoring was senior Mary Frances Bir, who earned a 9.775.

The Broncos put together their best vault rotation of the season, 49.300, the second-highest vault team score in a conference championship in program history. The vault team was led by Stockwell who earned a season-high 9.900 mark on the event. Collantes was next with a career-high mark of 9.875, followed by Means and McGregor, who each earned 9.850s. Bir rounded out the scoring as she earned a 9.825.

On bars the Broncos were led by Remme and McGregor, who each scored 9.900 on the event. Freshman Emily Muhlenhaupt earned a 9.825, while Stockwell earned a 9.775 and Collantes and freshman each earned scores of 9.750. The team’s bar score of 49.150 is the eighth-highest in a conference meet in program history.  

On the final rotation of the night the Broncos scored 49.250 on beam, led by Means who tied for the meet title on the event with a 9.900. Remme, Bouza and Alex Esmerian all earned 9.850 scores for the team, earning First Team All-MRGC honors on the event. The 49.250 team beam score is tied for second in program history in a conference meet.

Post meet it was announced the Remme won MRGC Gymnast of the Year for the second-straight season. Co-head coaches Bird and Resnick won MRGC Coaches of the Year, as they led the program to its eighth conference title in 11 seasons at the helm.

The Broncos now await their fate in NCAA Regionals, with the selection show set for 2 p.m. MT on Monday, March 26 on

All-MRGC Honors
First Team All-MRGC All-Around Team
Courtney McGregor (39.375), Sandra Collantes (39.325), Shani Remme (39.325)

First Team All-MRGC Beam Team
Sarah Means (9.900), Alex Esmerian (9.850), Shani Remme (9.850), Gabby Bouza (9.850)

First Team All-MRGC Bars Team
Shani Remme (9.900), Courtney McGregor (9.900)

First Team All-MRGC Vault Team
Ann Stockwell (9.900), Sandra Collantes (9.875), Courtney McGregor (9.850), Sarah Means (9.850)

First Team All-MRGC Floor Team
Sandra Collantes (9.900)

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