The No. 15 Broncos scored a school-record 49.575 on floor in their last event to move ahead of Southern Utah and claim their second straight Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference championship with a team score of 197.025 on Saturday at Taco Bell Arena.
The score is the fourth highest in school history and their highest ever at a conference championship.
“I’m speechless, and that never happens,” said co-head coach Neil Resnick on the magnitude of the night. “Anyone who knows me knows that never happens. I really am. It’s almost like a dream.”
Boise State’s Krystine Jacobsen won on bars (9.975), Mackenzie Bennion and Ann Stockwell tied for first on vault (9.85), and Maddie Krentz and Sandra Collantes tied for the floor title (9.95).
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Southern Utah ended up with a 196.575, BYU was third at 196.100 and Utah State fourth with 195.875.
The title is the sixth conference championship for co-coaches Tina Bird and Resnick (two in the MRGC, four in the WAC). Bird and Resnick were also named MRGC Co-Coaches of the Year, and Shani Remme was named the MRGC Freshman of the Year.
BSU (15-0, 8-0) will learn its regional location and seed at 2 p.m. Monday.