Boise State hits the road for the third-straight week, this time heading to Tucson, Ariz., to take on the No. 32-ranked Arizona Wildcats. The No. 14-ranked Broncos will compete in their third meet of the season at the McKale Memorial Center at 7 p.m. (Mountain).
Live video can be streamed for a fee at: http://www.arizonawildcats.com/allaccess/?media=222617. Live stats will be free and available just before the start of the event at: http://athletics.arizona.edu/xml/gymstats/20110128.htm
Boise State enters the week ranked No. 14 in the country, while Arizona is ranked No. 32. Boise State holds the higher ranking between the two schools on all four events. The Broncos rank as high as No. 13 (tied) on vault, tied for No. 14 on bars, No. 17 on beam and tied for No. 17 on floor. The Wildcats are ranked No. 28 on vault, No. 29 on bars, No. 31 on beam and No. 42 on floor in the national rankings.
The all-time series between Boise State and Arizona has spanned 10 meetings thus far with the Wildcats leading 8-2. The last meeting between the two teams was on Jan. 11, 2002 with Arizona coming away with the win.
Boise State's Hannah Redmon and Amy Glass continue to make their mark in the Bronco record books. Redmon earned her seventh-career title on bars, putting her in eighth for all-time career wins on the event. Glass earned her seventh-career all-around title, taking sole possession of the No. 6 in the all-time career all-around wins at Boise State.
Boise State "Broncos":
Boise State moved up one spot in the national rankings this week, now sitting at No. 14. They hold a 2-2 record and have a team season-best of 195.00.
Four Broncos rank in the nation's top-100, including Glass, Redmon, Katie Tuller and Brittany Potvin-Green. Glass holds the highest rank of any Bronco, holding the No. 4 spot in nation in the all-around (39.350). She also sits at a tie for No. 6 on beam (9.850 avg.), is ranked No. 12 on floor (9.863), is tied for No. 18 on vault (9.850) and sits at a tie for 56th on bars (9.788). Redmon is tied for No. 29 on vault (9.838), while also tying for No. 43 on bars (9.80). Tuller ranks No. 90 (tied) on bars (9.750) while Potvin-Green enters the ranks this week in a tie at No. 21 on bars (9.825).
Arizona enters the week ranked No. 32 in the country, while holding a 5-4 record on the season. Their season-best team score is 193.825.
Five Wildcats sit in the national rankings with Aubree Cristello tying for No. 46 in the all-around (38.775) to lead Arizona. Deanna Graham sits in a tie for No. 60 (38.650) in the all-around, while Molly Quirk ranks No. 75 (38.475) in the country. Graham holds the team's top ranking, tying for No. 18 on vault (9.850). Cristello is tied for No. 23 on floor (9.838), while Quirk ranks No. 62 (tied) on bars (9.775). Jordan Williams joins Graham in the vault rankings, sitting in a tie for No. 71 (9.775), while Katie Matusik is tied for No. 98 on beam (9.708) to round out the ranked Cats.