Bronco Gymnasts Set to Face BYU in Provo
What's Happening:
The No. 16-ranked Boise State gymnastics team hopes to bounce back after a tough meet last week (Jan. 27). The Broncos hope their second trip to the state of Utah will be a little better, heading to Provo, Utah, this time for a duel with Brigham Young University on Saturday, Feb. 4 at 12 noon. The meet will be held in the Smith Fieldhouse.

The Broncos now hold a 2-2 record on the season after winning their first two home meets, but falling to Utah State and Southern Utah last week in Logan, Utah.

Tickets can be purchased at the Marriott Center (BYU Box Office) the day of the event. Prices are $6 for reserved and $5 for open seating.

Live Coverage:
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All-Time Series:
This will be the 46th meeting all-time between Boise State and BYU with the Cougars holding a 35-10 lead over the Broncos. In their last meeting, April 2, 2011, the Broncos defeated the Cougars at the NCAA North Central Regional meet in Denver.

Boise State "Broncos":
Boise State (2-2) enters the week ranked No. 16 in the nation. They come off of a tough meet in Logan, Utah, where they fell to Utah State and Southern Utah. Although they struggled in the team standings, they were able to capture wins on all four events. Brittany Potvin-Green won the vault with a 9.90 score, while Ciera Perkins won on bars with a 9.875. Amy Glass shared the beam title (9.875) and floor title (9.90) with competitors from other teams.  

The Broncos rank No. 13 this week (194.70 average) and a high of 196.175, while also sitting at No. 12 on vault (49.075 avg.), tied for No. 22 on bars (48.575 avg.), No. 27 on beam (48.242 avg.) and tied for No. 19 on floor (48.808 avg.). Nine Broncos hold top-100 national rankings in their respective events.

Amy Glass holds the highest and most rankings this week, sitting in a tie for No. 89 on vault (9.80), tied for No. 4 on beam (9.875), tied for No. 3 on floor (9.90) and tied for No. 61 in the all-around (38.727). Potvin-Green is tied for No. 19 on vault (9.867) and is ranked No. 12 in the all-around (39.350). Hailey Gaspar also holds two rankings, sitting in a tie for No. 72 on vault (9.817) and a tie for No. 96 on beam (9.725). Amanda Otuafi is ranked No. 81 on vault (9.808), while Ciera Perkins ties for No. 8 on vats (9.867) and Kelsey Morris ties for No. 30 (9.825) on bars. On beam, Lindsay Kazandjian ties for No. 74 (9.750), while Bekah Gher ties for No. 88 (9.738). Caitlin Mann rounds out the rankings, sitting in a tie for No. 97 on floor (9.775).

Brigham Young "Cougars":
The No. 33 ranked BYU Cougars enter the week with a 1-2 record after falling to Utah last week (Jan. 27). They have earned a season-high of 194.80, scored on Jan. 20 in a win over Southern Utah. The Cougars have a 193.375 average, while also ranking No. 24 in the nation on vault (48.650), No. 37 on bars (48.142), No. 35 on beam (48.017) and No. 29 on floor (48.567).

Individually, Megan Bain leads the team with three top-100 individual event rankings. Bain is tied for No. 51 on vault (9.833), tied for No. 22 on beam (9.825) and tied for No. 97 on floor (9.775). KayCee Gassaway is tied for No. 89 on vault (9.80), while also leading the team in the all-around with a tie for No. 31 in the nation (39.025). Raquel Willman also ranks in the all-around, tied for No. 61 (38.725), while also tying for No. 74 on beam (9.750). Natalie Pickard rounds out the rankings for the Cougars, sitting in a tie for No. 46 on bars (9.808).

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