Broncos Aim for WAC Regular Season Title at Hornets Nest

What's Happening:
The No. 13-ranked Boise State gymnastics team heads to Sacramento, Calif., for their final regular season meet of 2011. There they will take on No. 53-ranked Sacramento State and No. 45 (tied)-ranked UC Davis on Sunday, March 13 in a 4 p.m. (Mountain) meet at the Hornets Nest.  

What's On The Line:
With their win over Southern Utah on March 4, the Broncos earned at least a share of the Western Athletic Conference Regular Season title improving to a 4-0 record against WAC teams. Southern Utah currently has a 4-1 record. The Broncos face their final WAC opponent of the regular season on Sunday, taking on Sacramento State. If the Broncos defeat the Hornets, Boise State will win the regular season title outright.  

Tickets:
Tickets can be purchased at the gate with adults costing $5 and youth (13-17) at $3. Children 12 and under and senior citizens 65 and over, as well as Sacramento State students can enter for free.

Live Coverage:
Fans can follow the action with live gymnastics scores by going to: http://www.hornetsports.com/livestats/wgym/livestats.htm

Boise State Weekly Rankings:
Boise State enters the week ranked No. 13 with a 195.70 regional qualifying score (RQS). They rank as high as No. 11 on vault (49.110), No. 13 on bars (49.015), No. 16 on beam (48.695) and No. 17 on floor (48.990).

All-Time Series:
Boise State and Sacramento State meet for the first time this season with the Broncos holding a 15-7 record over the Hornets, including a eight meet win streak. Their last meeting was March 27, 2010 at the WAC Championships.

The Broncos have faced UC Davis once this season, improving to a 14-1 record over the Aggies. The two teams met at the San Jose State quad meet on Feb. 11.

Record Watch:
This week Amy Glass took over two school record spots, the first in season all-around wins (8) and the second in season beam wins (6). She also improved to No. 2 in career all-around wins and tied for the ninth-best score in school history (39.50). Glass also sits at a tie for No. 9 in career vault wins, while also tying for No. 4 in career beam wins (8). Kelsey Lang also sits at eight career beam wins, while Lindsay Kazandjian is tied at No. 8 with six career beam wins.

Hannah Redmon continues to improve her career vault wins total (19), chasing the No. 1 spot. She also moves onto the season bars wins list, tying for No. 8 with four wins this season. She has improved to 10 career bars wins, good for No. 6. She also continues to extend her school record in career floor wins (21), while also sitting in a tie for No. 4 in season floor wins (5). Hailey Gaspar has tied the fifth-best vault score in school history (9.950) twice this season.

Boise State "Broncos":
Boise State jumps one spot in the national rankings this week, now sitting at No. 13. They hold a 10-3 record (4-0 WAC) and have a team season-best of 196.250 and an average of 195.700.

Six Broncos sit in the nation's top-100 ranked gymnasts in their respective events. Amy is tied for No. 9 in the all-around (39.320), and also ranks No. 31 (tied) on vault (9.855), No. 58 (tied) on bars (9.820), No. 9 (tied) on beam (9.870) and No. 31 (tied) on floor (9.850).

Hannah Redmon ranks in three events, sitting as high as No. 8 on floor (9.876), tied for No. 26 on vault (9.865), as well as tied for No. 29 on bars (9.855).

Also ranking on vault is Brittany Potvin-Green who is tied for No. 97 (9.795). Lindsay Kazandjian is tied for the No. 91 spot on bars (9.790), while Kelsey Lang is tied for No. 54 (9.80) and Bekah Gher tied for No. 97 on beam (9.755).

Sacramento State "Hornets":
Sacramento State enters the week ranked No. 53 with a 191.625 RQS. They also rank No. 47 on vault (48.215), No. 48 on floor (48.470), No. 53 on beam (47.445) and No. 56 on bars (47.420). They hold a 5-6 record on the season as well as a 2-2 WAC record.

Two Hornets sit amongst the nation's top-100 ranked gymnasts with Amanda Blauvelt sitting at No. 85 in the all-around with an RQS of 38.055. Kailey Hansen also ranks for the team, sitting in a tie for No. 94 on floor (9.80).

UC Davis "Aggies":
UC Davis enters the week tied for No. 45 in the nation (192.685). They rank as high as No. 35 on floor (48.735), are tied for No. 38 on bars (48.460), No. 45 on beam (47.995) and No. 48 on vault (48.195). They enter the week with a 3-5 record on the season.

Three Aggies rank in the nation's top-100 with Marcy Miller leading the way, tying for the No. 61 spot in the all-around (38.735). Stacy Nicolini also ranks in the all-around, sitting at No. 90 (37.815), while Michelle Ho ranks No. 64 (tied) on floor (9.825).



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