After an undefeated season, the Boise State Gymnastics team qualified for both the Regional and following Nationals meet. The gymnastics team took fifteenth in the nation at the end of the regular season which qualified them for the Tuscaloosa Regional in the number three seed entering the competition. Finishing the competition in the same position with a score of 195.750 out of 200 to give them third place.

Freshman, Shani Remme, scored a 9.9  in the balance beam, qualifying her for the National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championship in Fort Worth, Texas.

Remme was the tenth Bronco in Boise State history to qualify for Nationals as a solo competitor, and the second to qualify for the balance beam event.

Over the span of the entire season Remme scored a 9.8 or better on the balance beam in all 12 of the meets she competed in during the season, and also took the title of the Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference Freshman of the year. Finishing out her first year as a Bronco with five titles.

Co-head Coach, Tina Bird, said “So proud of our beam queen, Shani. She was cool under pressure and we are so excited about her success at this level. She will definitely lead the team next season.”

Congratulations, you represented Boise well!