April 14, 2017
ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Shani Remme posted a 39.3625 in the all-around Friday at the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships to tie for ninth place in the first semifinal, giving her the highest individual all-around score at nationals in Boise State school history.
"Shani could not have performed any better today," co-head coach Tina Bird said. "What a perfect ending to a record-breaking season!"
The sophomore from Loomis, Calif., was sensational the entire meet, recording a 9.8 or better in each of the four events. After both sessions were completed at night's end and scores were combined, Remme tied for 19th place in the all-around.
"Shani breaking yet another record was a fitting way to end the season," co-head coach Neil Resnick said.
Remme started the morning on the uneven bars and got off to fast start with a 9.85 on the apparatus. The 9.85 ties for the best individual score on bars at nationals in Bronco history.
She then moved to balance beam and was exceptional yet again, garnering a 9.825. The score was also record book worthy, as it gives her the third-best Boise State beam score at nationals.
After a bye in the third rotation, Remme posted her highest event score of the day with a 9.8875 on floor for the second-best floor score in the school record book. The performance also gave the sophomore a top-10 finish in the event as she tied for 10th in the first semifinal.
She secured her record-breaking all-around score after earning a respectable 9.8 on vault.