Broncos Take Fourth, Morris Advances to Nationals
Kelsey Morris will compete in the all around at NCAA Nationals.
April 4, 2015

Final Stats

BERKELEY, Calif.,--The third-seeded Broncos competed at the 2015 NCAA Berkeley Regional on Saturday. Boise State posted a 195.375 for fourth place, trailing Georgia (197.025), Utah (196.575) and California (196.000). Senior co-captain Kelsey Morris grabbed a 39.275 in the all-around to tie for second place overall. Morris will advance to NCAA Nationals, April 17-19 in Fort Worth, Texas.

Boise State started the night on balance beam, and put together a 48.450 team score. Diana Mejia led off on the event, scoring a 9.825. Kelsey Morris and Molly McFarland assembled strong routines, both scoring a 9.70. Paige Urquhart and Krystine Jacobsen rounded out the scoring Broncos, tabulating a 9.65 and a 9.575, respectively.

The Broncos had a bye on rotation two, and then competed on floor exercise in the third rotation. Sandra Collantes paced the Broncos on the event, tying her career-best 9.875. Senior co-captain Kelsey Morris recorded a 9.825, while Maddie Krentz and Lianne Josbacher notched 9.80's each. Mackenzie Bennion rounded out the scoring with a leadoff 9.775 routine, and the Broncos took a 49.075 on floor exercise.

In one of its strongest events, the Broncos recorded a 49.200 team score on vault, their highest team total of the night. Leading the Broncos were Krentz with a 9.90 and Ann Stockwell in the fifth position for a 9.85. Stockwell finishes the 2015 season with a 9.80 or higher on vault in every meet. Morris anchored the lineup with a 9.85, and Paige Urquhart and Mary Frances Bir each hit for a 9.80.

Boise State closed out the night on the uneven bars and scored a team total of 48.650. Morris led the Broncos and tied for the second-highest score for all gymnasts with a 9.90. Krystine Jacobsen completed a strong routine with a 9.850, and Diana Mejia and Stockwell recorded 9.80's. Mackenzie Bennion rounded out the scoring with a 9.30.

Morris will represent Boise State in the all-around. Morris competed in the uneven bars at last year's NCAA Nationals, where she scored a 9.85 on the apparatus. Her mark was the highest uneven bars score for a Bronco on the national stage.

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