Boise State, BYU and Sacramento State at Stanford


Full Results Boise State: 197.000 BYU: 196.575 Stanford: 196.575 Sacramento State: 193.325
VT: Miner-Van Tassell, Vulaj 9.925 UB: Muhlenhaupt 9.950 BB: Bryant, Rollins 9.975 FX: Vitkauskas 9.950 AA: Neault 39.525

The Big Storyline: Boise State improved on its opening season high of the weekend by five hundredths for a quad meet victory over BYU, Sacramento State and host Stanford. Emily Muhlenhaupt nabbed another bars title to lead the Broncos, who overcame an iffy floor rotation thanks to a big total on bars. The Cardinal and Cougars tied for second place, thanks to Kyla Bryant and Elease Rollins, who also tied with near-perfect scores on beam.

Implications: Boise State’s win and 197 further complicated a crowded picture in the MRGC, with no true frontrunner just weeks away from the conference championship meet.

Records: Stanford freshman Brenna Neault notched an impressive all-around mark for a new career high by three tenths.


Current Rankings: No. 19 BYU, No. 24 Boise State and No. 60 Sacramento State at No. 18 Stanford

Why You Should Make Time to Tune in: In its second quad meet of the weekend, Stanford hosts a trio of west coast foes in what should be a great battle between the Cardinal, Cougars and Broncos.

Need More Proof? Stanford freshman Brenna Neault has been off to an impressive start to her collegiate career, featuring a unique full-on vault that gives the Cardinal much needed difficulty. Make sure to watch Boise State’s Emily Muhlenhaupt on bars, as she’s on a quest for a 10, having come very close previously. BYU’s depth will likely be on display, per usual, with Sadie Miner-Van Tassell leading the way and continuing her sister’s success. For Sacramento State, be sure to watch for three-event star Amber Koeth, who shines on beam.

The event is finished.


Feb 21 2022


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