No. 16 Broncos Visit No. 8 Washington for Tri-Meet with No. 19 BYU
March 14, 2018

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MEET INFO The No. 16 Broncos head back out on the road for the final regular season meet of the season, visiting No. 8 Washington for a tri-meet with No. 19 BYU on Thursday, March 15 at 7 p.m. MT at Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, Wash. 

SERIES HISTORY The Broncos are 17-42 all-time against Washington in gymnastics, and have lost one straight, with that last time being on April 5, 2014 in regional action. The Broncos are 28-36 all-time against BYU, and have lost the last matchup against the Cougars, coming on Feb. 23, 2018 in Provo, Utah, the score 196.225-196.175.

LAST TIME OUT The Broncos tested themselves out on the road against tough SEC competition last week, visiting the No. 18 Georgia for a dual meet last Saturday. The Broncos put up a great showing, tying their third-highest team point total of the season with 196.625, but fell on the road to the host Bulldogs. The Broncos were led by junior Shani Remme, who earned a score of 39.500 in the all-around, missing the meet title by .050. The 39.500 score tied her season-high mark. Redshirt senior Sandra Collantes was fantastic on the night, collecting two season-high marks, first with a score of 9.925 on floor and then a score of 9.825 on beam.

CONFERENCE HONORS For the ninth-straight week a Bronco took home MRGC Gymnast of the Week honors, with junior Shani Remme taking home the honor for the eighth time this season after delivering a conference-best all-around score of 39.500. Remme also earned MRGC Floor Specialist for the fifth time this season as turned in a 9.925 score on the event. She was joined in the honor by redshirt senior Sandra Collantes, who also earned a 9.925 on floor. It is the first time this year she has won the honor on the apparatus. Senior Ann Stockwell also earned weekly honors, this time being named MRGC Vault Specialist of the Week after a score of 9.850 on the event. The honor is also her first of the year on the event.

STACKING UP IN THE RQS The Broncos fell two slots this week in the national rankings, sitting at No. 16, but the team RQS of went up to 196.520 from 196.430 last week. Individually, the Broncos are led by Shani Remme, who ranks 13th nationally in the all-around with an RQS of 39.455. She also ranks 12th on floor with an RQS of 9.915, 27th on beam with an RQS of 9.890, 32nd on bars with an RQS of 9.880 and 110th with an RQS of 9.810 on vault. Bir also ranks high for the Broncos, with a score of 9.835, good for 73rd nationally on vault, while Collantes ranks 54th on floor with an RQS of 9.880 and McGregor ranks 45th with an RQS of 9.870 on bars.

REMME IN THE RECORDS Junior Shani Remme can be found throughout the Bronco record book, and is making her way into the all-around victories category. So far on the season, Remme has won six all-around meet titles, good for fourth-best in school history. The junior currently has 14 all-around victories in her career, putting her in third in the school record book. The school record is 18 and second place is 15, so she has a chance to pull into second place this week and is on track to shatter the record next season. Remme also sits in second in the Bronco record book for career wins on beam with 16, and her six career wins on floor puts her one away from cracking the top 10. In the single-season section of the record book, Remme's five beam wins tie for third and her five floor wins tie for seventh.

BRONCO CAPTAINS Seniors Sandra Collantes and Ann Stockwell have been tabbed as team captains for the 2017-18 season.


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