Broncos Crush Wisconsin-Stout in Friday Night Duel

BOISE, Idaho - The No. 13-ranked Boise State gymnastics team played host to No. 70-ranked Wisconsin-Stout on Friday (Feb. 25) evening at the Taco Bell Arena. The Broncos swept all four events as a team and as individuals en route to a 195.125 team total. They defeated the Blue Devils in their first meeting 195.125-181.325.

Hannah Redmon and Amy Glass each captured or shared three titles on the night, while Kelsey Lang shared a title as well. Redmon captured her 21st-career title on floor (fifth of the season), her 19th-career win on vault (third of the season) and shared her ninth-career win on bars (third of the season) with Glass. Glass' shared title on bars marks her fourth-career win on the event and first this season. Glass also earned the all-around title; her 10th-career and fifth-season win in the event, while also sharing her seventh-career (fifth-season) beam title with Lang.

Glass' fifth-season win on beam ties her for the school record for beam wins in a season at Boise State, while improving to a tie for sixth in all-time beam wins. Lang improves to a tie for fourth for all-time beam wins. Glass also earned sole possession of the No. 2 all-around season wins spot on Friday, while improving to sole possession of the No. 3 spot in career wins. Redmon continued to increase her school record career floor wins to 21, while also tying for the No. 4 spot in season wins. She also moves to No. 6 on the career bars wins chart, as well as sitting at No. 2 in career vault wins.

Overall the Broncos scored a 49.025 on vault, 48.525 on bars, 48.925 on beam and 48.650 on floor. UW-S earned scores of 46.725 on vault, 43.90 on bars, 44.050 on beam and 46.650 on floor.

Redmon got the Broncos off on the right foot in their first event, leading the team with her 9.875 on vault. The Broncos continued through with a sweep of the top-six spots with Hailey Gaspar placing second (9.850) and Amy Glass in third (9.825). Amanda Otuafi earned a fourth-place finish (9.750), Kelsey Black was fifth (9.725) and Brittany Potvin-Green rounded out the squad with a sixth-place finish (9.70).

Moving to bars, the again swept the top-six spots with Glass and Redmon tying for the title with a 9.80 score. Lindsay Kazandjian earned a 9.725 to place third, while Potvin-Green earned a fourth-place finish (9.70). Black placed fifth with her 9.50 score, while Katie Tuller earned a 9.475 to place sixth.

For the third-straight event, the Broncos swept the top spots with Lang and Glass leading the way with their 9.825 scores. Bekah Gher knocked out a 9.775 score to place third, while Gaspar and Kazandjian tied for fourth with 9.750 scores. Lacee Lang earned a 9.70 to place sixth.

In their final event, Redmon again led the team, scoring a 9.875 to win the event. Glass finished in second (9.80), Gaspar placed third (9.750) and Kelsey Lang placed fourth (9.650). Kazandjian snagged a sixth-place spot (9.575) and Black tied for 10th (9.175) to round out the line-up.

Glass won handily in the all-around competition scoring a 39.250 total. The Blue Devils' Jenna Lensing scored a 36.00 to place second while Brittany DeZiel placed third (35.975).

The Broncos have a quick turnaround for competition, prepping to host Utah State on Sunday in an afternoon match-up. The meet is slated for a 2 p.m. start in Taco Bell Arena.


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