The No. 13-ranked Boise State gymnastics team has a busy weekend ahead, hosting No. 70-ranked Wisconsin-Stout on Fri., Feb. 25 and No. 41-ranked Utah State on Sun., Feb. 27 in Taco Bell Arena. Friday's meet against Wisconsin-Stout begins at 7 p.m., while the Sunday meet against Utah State is at 2 p.m. (Mountain).
Friday's meet will be Boise State's "Pink Night" and fans are encouraged to wear pink.
Friday night the Broncos' host a food drive for the Idaho Food Bank and any fan who brings a can of food to donate receives free admission. Sunday's admission will return to regular prices.
Tickets can be purchased at the Boise State Taco Bell Arena Box Office the day of the event. Prices are as follows: Adults, $5; Junior/Senior, $3; Students get in free with valid ID.
Fans can follow the action with live gymnastics scores by going to: http://www.broncosports.com/fls/9900/stats/gym/2011/20110225.htm.
Fans can follow the action with live gymnastics score by going to: http://www.broncosports.com/fls/9900/stats/gym/2011/20110227.htm.
Live video streaming can be found for both meets at: https://www.nmnathletics.com/PremiumVideo.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=9900 for a fee.
Boise State Weekly Rankings:
Boise State enters the week ranked No. 13 with a 195.215 regional qualifying score average (RQS). Since this is the seventh week of rankings, the national rankings adjust to RQS rankings rather than team averages. Boise State also ranks No. 13 on vault (48.970), No. 15 on bars (48.865), tied for No. 16 on floor (48.825) and No. 22 on beam (48.485).
Boise State and Wisconsin-Stout will be meeting for the first time in both programs' histories.
Boise State and Utah State will be meeting for the 79th time, with USU entering with a 54-24 lead. Meeting most recently on Feb. 18, the Broncos however enter the week holding a 11 meeting win-streak over the Aggies.
This week Hannah Redmon improved her school record of all-time career floor wins to 20 after winning the event at the Utah State meet. She also improved to 18 career vault titles after a win on Friday. Amy Glass moving to a tie for No. 2 in season all-around wins with five total and now ties for the No. 3 career wins spot in the all-around with 10. Kelsey Lang also made a move in the record books, now tying for No. 5 on beam with seven career wins.
Boise State "Broncos":
Boise State drops two spots in the national rankings this week, now sitting at No. 13. They hold a 7-3 record (3-0 WAC) and have a team season-best of 196.250 scored just last week and an average of 195.215.
Six Broncos sit in the nation's top-100 ranked gymnasts in their respective events. Amy Glass continues to sit at No. 8 in the all-around (39.225), and also ranks No. 24 (tied) on vault (9.840), No. 44 (tied) on bars (9.795), No. 38 (tied) on beam (9.765) and No. 43 (tied) on floor (9.805).
Hannah Redmon ranks in three events, sitting as high as tied for No. 18 on vault (9.845), as well as tied for No. 37 on bars (9.845) and tied for No. 61 on floor (9.790).
Also ranking on vault is Brittany Potvin-Green who is tied for No. 93 (9.755). Katie Tuller and Lindsay Kazandjian tie for the No. 96 spot on bars (9.735), while Kelsey Lang is tied for No. 98 on floor (9.735).
Wisconsin-Stout "Blue Devils":
Wisconsin-Stout enters the week ranks No. 70 in the country (178.780). They also rank No. 67 on bars (43.750), No. 70 on beam (44.695), No. 72 on vault (45.670) and No. 73 on floor (45.215). The Blue Devils hold a 8-6 record entering Friday's meet.
Wisconsin-Stout holds no top-100 national individual rankings in any event.
Utah State "Aggies":
Utah State enters the week ranked No. 41 in the nation, moving up one spot from last week. They hold a 1-10 record (0-4 WAC) and hold a season high of 193.60, scored last week. Their team RQS is 192.035, while they rank No. 38 on vault (48.250), No. 38 on bars (48.225), No. 45 on beam (47.415) and No. 38 on floor (48.450).
Jackie Dillon is the only top-100 ranked Aggie, sitting at No. 83 on floor (9.760) and No. 57 in the all-around (37.980).