The Broncos took home the final championship with a score of 196.225, defeating runner-up Denver by .10 in Cedar City, Utah. Caitlin Mann won the all-around title and gymnast of the year after a career-best 39.425, including a 9.85 on the balance beam to tie for first in the event. Maddie Krentz was named WAC freshman of the year, and Neil Resnick and Tina Bird are the league's co-coaches of the year. Mann (beam, uneven bars, all-around) and Kelsey Black (vault, floor exercise, all-around) also received All-WAC first-team accolades. Mann (vault), Kelsey Morris (bars, all-around) and Ciera Perkins (vault) made the All-WAC second team.
BSU SWIMMING AND DIVING: Rachel Heaney finished 39th in the 200-yard butterfly, her second and final event at the NCAA national meet in Indianapolis. Heaney, a junior, finished in 1 minute, 59.07 seconds, and she now owns the school's top 10 all-time marks in the event. Georgia won the team championship.
BSU SOFTBALL: Devon Bridges hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning to propel the Broncos (14-16) to a 4-2 victory over Texas Tech in the second game of a doubleheader at the Rebel Classic in Las Vegas. The Red Raiders took the opener 3-2.
BSU MEN'S TENNIS: The Broncos beat Marquette 6-1 and Idaho 4-2 in their spring tournament. Against Idaho, BSU (11-8) dropped the doubles point and had to rally for four singles victories. Andy Bettles, Nathan Sereke, Scott Sears and Thomas Tenreiro came through with wins.
BSU MEN'S GOLF: T.K. Kim shot an even-par 71 to finish tied for 23rd at the Desert Shootout in Goodyear, Ariz. It was Kim's eighth straight top-25 finish for the Broncos, who placed 16th as a team.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO SOFTBALL: Nickayla Skinner struck out 11 and set school career records for wins (43) and shutouts (15) as the Coyotes (17-15, 5-7 CCC) beat Northwest University 6-0 to open a Cascade Conference doubleheader. The C of I won Game 2 by the same score.
C OF I BASEBALL: Ryan Eddy and Parker Vernon combined for a four-hit shutout to give the Coyotes a 4-0 victory over British Columbia to open a CCC twinbill. UBC won the second 9-0.