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Boise State 2017

BOISE STATE ROSTER 2017
Seniors
McKenzie
Bennion
  • Regular VT, UB routines in 2016
  • 2016 RQS: VT – 9.840, UB – 9.810
Mary Frances Bir
  • VT specialist, competed weekly in 2016
  • 2016 RQS: VT – 9.820
Diana Mejia
  • Returned to UB lineup in second half of 2016
  • Provides backup BB
  • 2016 average: UB (hit) – 9.879, BB – 9.413
Paige Urquhart
  • Anchor BB, frequent VT, occasional FX in 2016
  • 2016 RQS: BB – 9.790, VT – 9.765
  • 2016 average: FX – 9.763
Juniors
Sandra
Collantes
(redshirt)
  • Competed AA in majority of meets in 2016
  • 2016 RQS: FX – 9.925, UB – 9.840 BB – 9.800, VT – 9.790
Alex Esmerian
  • Has not competed a routine for Boise State
Ann Stockwell
  • Weekly VT, UB and backup FX in 2016
  • 2016 RQS: UB – 9.860, VT – 9.845
  • 2016 average: FX – 9.740
Abby Webb
  • Has not competed a routine for Boise State
Sophomores
Sarah Means
  • Competed only BB in 2016
  • 2016 RQS: BB – 9.800
Shani Remme
  • Competed AA in most meets in 2016
  • 2016 RQS: FX – 9.865, BB – 9.860, UB – 9.845, VT – 9.740
Freshmen
Isabella Amado
  • Panama
  • 2016 Olympics 44th AA
  • 2016 JO Nationals 7th AA
Courtney
McGregor
  • New Zealand
  • 2016 Olympics 41st AA, 16th VT
McKenna
Morrell
  • Wallers’
  • 2016 Region 1 FX 4th
Maddi Nilson
  • GymCats
  • 2016 Region 1 AA 9th, UB 4th
McKinley
Pavicic
  • Salcianu
  • 2016 Nevada state AA champion
  • 2015 JO Nationals 4th AA

Recent History
2016 – 16th
2015 – 20th
2014 – 19th
2013 – 23rd
2012 – 14th
2011 – 13th
2010 – 17th

Boise State’s relatively low-ish ultimate ranking in 2016 obscures the leap the Broncos made during the regular season, from the third tier of also-rans to the second tier of potential nationals contenders. For much of the year, BSU’s squad recalled that 2011 team that came a whisker from knocking out Florida.

Maintaining that level after losing the team’s best routine on each event (from either Krentz or Jacobsen) will be a challenge, but the DID YOU HEAR WE HAVE TWO OLYMPIANS (yes, we did) of a freshman class should expand the team’s depth and help replicate the success of early 2016, continuing the march toward the better side of the teens and becoming a more realistic upset threat to knock off a top-12 team. Continue reading Boise State 2017