Krystine Jacobsen, the national co-leader in uneven bars, was named to the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastic Coaches/Women first team on Friday. Jacobsen has a regional qualifying score of 9.950, making her the first gymnast in program history to finish the regular season ranked first in an event. Maddie Krentz and Sandra Collantes, who are tied for 12th on floor, made the second team. Boise State (15-0) will compete in the NCAA Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Regional on April 2.
BSU SOFTBALL: Jasmine Jenkins hit a bases-loaded RBI single to cap a three-run seventh inning, and Nevada earned its second straight walk-off victory over the Broncos with an 11-10 win Friday in Reno. Tatian Sorokina and Rebekah Cervantes had four hits apiece and five RBIs collectively for Boise State (8-22, 0-2 Mountain West), which blew a 9-2 lead. The three-game, conference-opening series ends Saturday.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE BASEBALL: The Crusaders (14-10, 9-5 GNAC) split with Central Washington in Nampa, losing 9-3 and winning 2-1.
NNU SOFTBALL: The Crusaders (12-13, 6-6 GNAC) split with Simon Fraser in Nampa, winning 8-0 in five innings and losing 11-3 in six.
Never miss a local story.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO BASEBALL: The Yotes (24-7, 12-3 NAIA West) extended their winning streak to nine games by beating Simpson 8-0 and 8-7 in Redding, Calif.
C OF I SOFTBALL: The Yotes (10-9-1, 4-4) split their fourth straight Cascade Conference doubleheader, this time with No. 23 Corban. The C of I lost 7-4 and won 12-4 in five innings.