No. 9 Boise State used its second-highest uneven bars score (49.525) in school history to coast to a 196.300-194.675 win over Ohio State on Friday at Taco Bell Arena. Boise State (8-0) moves within three wins of tying the program’s best start in school history (11-0 in 1988). Krystine Jacobsen won the uneven bars with a school-record 9.975, Maddie Krentz and Sandra Collantes tied for the win on floor (9.925), and Shani Remme won the balance beam (9.85).
BSU SWIMMING AND DIVING: The Broncos won three events Friday and lead the Mountain West Championships going into the final day Saturday in College Station, Texas. The winners were Sam Wicks in the 100 back (52.36), Brittany Aoyama in the 100 fly (52.75) and Emma Chard in the 200 free (1:45.23). Boise State (430.5) leads Nevada (419) in the team race.
BSU WOMEN’S TENNIS: Boise State defeated Idaho State 6-1 in Boise.
BSU VOLLEYBALL: The Broncos announced the additions of outside hitter Emily Sullivan (Bishop Kelly High/Carroll College) and libero Maddie Simon (West Liberty, Iowa).
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COLLEGE OF IDAHO SKIING: The men finished second in the giant slalom to Rocky Mountain at the USCSA Western Regional Championships in Red Lodge, Mont., on Friday. Anton Waller led the C of I with a second-place finish. The men and women will compete in slalom Saturday.
C OF I BASEBALL: The Yotes (12-2) lost to Biola 5-4 and defeated Bethesda 4-3 in La Mirada, Calif.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE BASEBALL: Senior right-hander Colton Loomis tossed the fifth no-hitter in school history as the Crusaders (5-4) swept a doubleheader against Azusa Pacific, winning 7-6 and 4-0. Loomis’ no-hitter went seven innings.
NNU INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD: The men’s and women’s teams are in eighth place heading into the final day of the GNAC Championships at the Idaho Sports Center in Nampa.