Remme Sets Records at NCAA Championships
April 20, 2018

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ST. LOUIS -- Junior Shani Remme reset the Boise State gymnastics record book tonight, highlighted by an All-American performance on beam to set a new program record score in the all-around at the NCAA Championships on Friday evening at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Mo.

Remme reset the program's NCAA Championships all-around score that she set at last year's event (39.3625), finishing with a score of 39.375, good for 10th best in the second semifinal and 18th overall in the all-around competition over both semifinals sessions. That 18th-place finish bests her 19th place finish in 2017.

The junior earned First Team All-America honors on the beam as she scored a 9.900 to tie for fourth place on the event in the second semifinal session, good for seventh over both semifinal sessions. The score ties Amy Glass (2012) for the highest beam score at the NCAA Championships in program history.

Remme started her day on floor exercise, finishing with a score of 9.8125, the sixth-best floor routine in program history at the NCAA Championships.

She then moved on to vault, where she scored a 9.825, the third-best vault score at Nationals in program history.

After a bye, Remme rotated to uneven bars, where she collected a score of 9.8375, good for 25th-best in the second semifinal, also good for the fourth-best bars routine at the NCAA Championships for any Bronco.

The Loomis, Calif., native then closed out her NCAA Championships with her best routine of the night, a First Team All-America worthy routine as she scored a 9.900 to finish tied for fourth in her semifinal and seventh overall, tying the program-record score at Nationals on the event. It is her first NCAA Championships All-America honor of her career.


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