"It's amazing how
wonderful our crowd was," said co-head coach Neil
Resnick in regards to the large crowd of 1,496 fans. "They add
an extra point to our scores with their fabulous support."
Junior Amy Glass was the triangular meet's
top gymnast, winning her second all-around title of the season and fourth of her
career (tied for #10 all-time at
Junior Kelsey Lang scored a season-best 9.875
to top all beam performers. The
title was Lang's fourth of the season, tying her for #3 all-time for
single-season beam wins. She is #6
in career wins on the beam.
The Broncos were consistent with a 49.10 on
vault, 48.90 on bars, 48.775 on beam and 58.850 on floor.
"The girls just did
great tonight," explained co-head coach Tina
Bird. "We had such solid performances from Yvette (Leizorek),
Mallory (Dziawura), Hannah (Redmon) and Sarah (Smith) and that really kept the
team's momentum throughout the night."
Freshman Hailey Gaspar
gave good support to Redmon on the vault with a third-place finish of 9.825
while Glass scored a 9.80. Redmon
The Broncos are
beginning to roll on the beam, posting their second-best score of the season.
Gaspar finished third in the event with a nice 9.80, while Glass and
Dziawura each scored a 9.775. Leizorek
tied her career best on floor (9.850) to tie with Smith.
Glass scored 38.975 in
the all-around to beat
The Broncos must
continue to improve with the Western Athletic Conference Championship coming up
in three weeks.