2016 Weekly Conference Award Winners

Gymnast of the Week
Specialist of the Week
Week 1 - Danielle Ramirez, SUU

Ramirez, a junior from Corona, Calif., recorded a 39.200 in the all-around, the first appearance in all four events since her freshman year, finishing second overall a tri-meet with Denver and West Virginia. Ramirez scored a 9.750 or higher on all four events, including a 9.850 on bars, a 9.825 on beam, earning an individual title on the event, a 9.775 on vault and a 9.750 on floor.

Week 1 - Kirsten Yee, SUU

Yee, a sophomore from Alisa Viejo, Calif., recorded a 9.900 on the uneven bars to capture the individual title on the event. Yee also competed on beam, where she scored a 9.375.

Week 2 - Krystine Jacobsen, BSU

Jacobsen, a senior from Virginia Beach, Va., captured the all-around title for the Broncos in Boise State’s season opener with a 39.125, while also collecting an individual title on bars with a 9.875. Jacobsen rounded out her all-around score with a 9.650 on vault, 9.775 on beam and 9.825 on floor, second only to teammate Collantes who won the event.

Week 2 - Sandra Collantes, BSU

Collantes, a sophomore from Lima, Peru, scored a career-best 9.900 on floor en route to the individual title. Collantes also appeared on vault and bars for the Broncos, scoring a 9.750 and 9.725 on each event, respectively. The performances helped BSU (195.700) post season-opening victories over UC Davis (194.325) and Seattle Pacific (189.900) in Davis, Calif.

Week 2 - Sandra Collantes, BSU

Collantes, a sophomore from Lima, Peru, scored a career-best 9.900 on floor en route to the individual title. Collantes also appeared on vault and bars for the Broncos, scoring a 9.750 and 9.725 on each event, respectively. The performances helped BSU (195.700) post season-opening victories over UC Davis (194.325) and Seattle Pacific (189.900) in Davis, Calif.

Week 2 - Madyson Blake, SUU

Blake, a sophomore from Idaho Falls, Idaho, matched Collantes’ 9.900 on floor, marking a career high for the sophomore. Blake also appeared on vault for the Thunderbirds, scoring a 9.800 as SUU fell at home to the University of Utah, 196.725-195.600.

Week 3 - Shanni Remme, BSU

Remme, a freshman from Loomis, Calif., competing in the all-around for the first time in her career, scored a 39.250 to lead Boise State to victories over BYU (195.475) and UC Davis (194.750). Remme scored a 9.800 or higher on three of four events, including a 9.850 on bars, 9.825 on floor and a 9.800 on beam. She rounded out her night with a 9.775 on the vault.

Week 3 - McKinzey Martinez, USU

Martinez, a senior from Kimberly, Idaho, scored a 9.950 on bars, the highest individual score in the conference this week, to capture the title in a dual meet at Southern Utah over the weekend. Martinez also appeared in the all-around for the Aggies, scoring a 38.325, scoring a 9.050 on beam, 9.525 on floor and a team-best 9.800 on vault. Utah State finished behind the Thunderbirds, 195.275-194.900, with the teams set for a rematch in Logan this week.

Week 3 - Makenzie Johnson Halliday, BYU

Halliday, a senior from Allen, Texas, matched the performance in the all-around, scoring a 39.250 made up of season-high marks on all four events. Halliday also claimed an individual title on beam, scoring a 9.875, while notching a 9.825 on floor, 9.800 on vault and a 9.750 on bars.

Week 4 - Sandra Collantes, BSU

Collantes, a sophomore from Lima, Peru, scored the third-highest all-around mark in conference history with a 39.475, recording a 9.825 or higher on all four events. Collantes scored matching 9.825’s on vault and beam, a 9.875 on bars and finished her night with a 9.950 on floor, one of three 9.950’s for the Broncos during the competition.

Week 4 - Maddie Krentz, BSU

Krentz, a senior from Cave Creek, Ariz., matched Collantes’ 9.950 on floor and also tallied a 9.875 on bars and a 9.800 on vault.

 

Week 4 - Krystine Jacobsen, BSU

Jacobsen, a senior from Virginia Beach, Va., recorded the third 9.950 for the Broncos, picking it up on bars en route to an individual title on the event. Jacobsen also appeared on beam and floor for Boise State, scoring a 9.825 and 9.075, respectively. The trio’s performances helped propel the Broncos to a 196.400-195.100 victory over BYU in Boise.

Week 5 - Shani Remme, BSU

Remme, a freshman from Loomis, Calif., earned her second Gymnast of the Week award this season after leading Boise State in the all-around with a 39.325, scoring a 9.800 or higher on three of her four events. Remme scored a 9.775 on bars, a 9.800 on vault and matching 9.875’s over the final two rotations on beam and floor.

Week 5 - Maddie Krentz, BSU

Krentz, a senior from Cave Creek, Ariz., recorded a 9.925 on floor at Southern Utah en route to an individual title on the event and also scored 9.800’s on vault and bars as the Broncos picked up a 196.250-195.700 MRGC road victory over the Thunderbirds in Cedar City. Krentz’ Specialist of the Week award is her second this year, earning the accolade in back-to-back weeks.

 

 
Week 6 - Makenzie Johnson Halliday, BYU

Johnson Halliday, a senior from Allen, Texas, won the all-around with a 39.175 at Southern Utah, scoring a 9.800 on vault, a 9.775 on bars, a 9.750 on beam and a 9.850 on floor as the Cougars finished second to the Thunderbirds, 195.975-194.000.

Week 6 - Krystine Jacobsen, BSU

Jacobsen, a senior from Virginia Beach, Va., scored a 9.950 on bars en route to an individual title in a dual meet at San José State. Jacobsen also recorded a 9.850 on floor and 9.825 on beam as the Broncos posted a 196.275-193.700 victory over the Spartans.

 

 
Week 7 - Makenzie Johnson Halliday, BYU

Johnson Halliday, a senior from Allen, Texas, scored a 39.225 in the all-around as the Cougars finished behind Utah State in an MRGC battle, 195.475-195.150. In addition to her title in the all-around, Halliday also secured titles on beam and floor with matching 9.875s.

Week 7 - Virginia Brownsell, SUU

Brownsell, a junior from San Marcos, Calif., scored a career-high and school-record 9.950 on floor as the Thunderbirds upset No. 3 Michigan, 196.300-195.750. The performance was also part of a 49.450 on floor for Southern Utah, representing the third-highest score on the event in school history.

 

 
Week 8 - Shani Remme, BSU

Remme, a freshman from Loomis, Calif., recorded a 39.175 in the all-around to capture the individual title and also scored a 9.850 on beam to tie for first on the event en route to a 196.425-194.675 victory over Utah State in Logan for the Broncos. Remme finished her night with a 9.775 on vault, a 9.750 on bars and a 9.800 on floor.

Week 8 - Stacie Webb, SUU

Webb, a redshirt junior from Phelan, Calif., recorded a 9.925 on beam to finish first on the event and help the Thunderbirds post a 196.000-195.750 win at BYU in Provo. Webb tallied a pair of runner-up finishes on vault and floor, scoring a 9.850 and 9.875, respectively.

 

 
Week 9 - Bailey McIntire, USU

McIntire’s all-around performance (39.400) helped the Aggies come from behind and post a 196.025 victory over BYU (195.550) and New Hampshire (193.825) in Logan last Friday. In addition to her all-around title, McIntire also collected a first-place finish on bars (9.900) and a second-place finish on floor (9.900). McIntire continued her strong week, scoring a 39.200 in the all-around at Nebraska on Sunday, finishing with the second-highest score on bars with her second consecutive 9.900 on the event.

Week 9 - Eliane Kulczyk, BYU

Kulczyk shared the bars title with McIntire during the meet in Logan, matching the 9.900 on the event.

 

 
Week 9 - Jillian Chappel, USU

Chappel finished second on the vault at Nebraska with a 9.900, marking a new career high for the senior. Chappel also scored a 9.725 on floor against the Cornhuskers and recorded a 9.725 on vault and a 9.750 on floor against BYU earlier in the week.

 

 
Week 9 - Paige Urquhart, BSU

Urquhart made up one of three 9.900 or higher marks for Boise State in a 196.575-194.575 victory over Michigan State in Boise on Sunday. Urquhart scored a 9.900 on beam, anchoring the lineup and finishing second behind teammate Shani Remme with a 9.925.

 

 
Week 9 - Stacie Webb, SUU

Webb and Ramirez captured titles on vault and bars, respectively, with their matching 9.900s as Southern Utah posted a 195.050 team score to beat Michigan State (193.550), but finish behind host California (196.650) in Berkeley on Friday. Ramirez finished with a 39.375 in the all-around en route to a first-place finish. Webb wrapped up her performances during the meet with a 9.750 on bars and a 9.725 on floor.

 

 
Week 9 - Danielle Ramirez, SUU

Webb and Ramirez captured titles on vault and bars, respectively, with their matching 9.900s as Southern Utah posted a 195.050 team score to beat Michigan State (193.550), but finish behind host California (196.650) in Berkeley on Friday. Ramirez finished with a 39.375 in the all-around en route to a first-place finish. Webb wrapped up her performances during the meet with a 9.750 on bars and a 9.725 on floor.

 

 
Week 10 - Danielle Ramirez, SUU

Ramirez, a junior from Corona, Calif., scored a 39.450 in the all-around in a tri-meet at Boise State last week, capturing the individual title. Ramirez scored a 9.875 on vault, bars and floor and rounded out her total with a 9.825 on beam as Southern Utah finished second to Boise State, 197.325-196.275 at the meet.

Week 10 - Sandra Collantes, BSU

Collantes, a redshirt sophomore from Lima, Peru, scored a 9.925 on floor to tie for first on the event as Boise State gymnasts recorded seven 9.900’s or higher en route to a school-record 197.325. Collantes also competed in the all-around, finishing behind Ramirez with a 39.350 and scoring 9.800 on vault, 9.875 on bars and 9.750 on beam.

 

 

 

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