What a season it was this year for the Boise State Gymnastics Team. The Broncos wrapped an 18 and 2 record, giving the program its best-winning percentage in school history. While it might be a while until the team is competing together again, the work for them has already begun.
The Broncos finished the regular season a perfect 15-0 record, making them the only team in the country, out of all 82 NCAA divisions, to achieve that. Why are these ladies so good? Simple. Every squad member has put their summer break aside and committed to summer workouts.
"Its exciting we have 100 percent of our team in Boise taking the advantage of summer school and i will tell you there working hard I'm very proud of the things they're working on things are going to make us better next year,” said, Neil Resnick Co-Head Coach.
The days off don’t just end with the athletes. Co-head Coach Neil Resnick hasn’t seen a day off since May.
"the support is here plus we have a really close team they hang out together and i think summer is a great time of go float the river and do some fun things as well,” said Resnick
Since Co-Head Coaches Tina Bird and Neil Resnick have been at the helm of the program their squads have always finished in the Top 25, that includes a 13th place finish in 2011. The team is already preparing for a rigorous schedule. The Broncos will travel to Salt Lake to tangle with the Utes and also head south to compete against Alabama.
" It is two very powerful programs that we are going compete against and were working hard to try surprise one of those,” said, Neil Resnick Co-Head Coach.
The Bronco’s will enter this year winners of the MRGC title for two straight seasons but they aren’t satisfied. The team is looking for a three-peat.
"What I'm seeing right now since we are in the summer i would be disappointed with anything other than a win,” said, Neil Resnick Co-Head Coach.
The Bronco’s gymnastics team isn’t just putting the hard work in competing in their events, the squad is also achieving in the classroom. As a whole the team carries over a 3.5 GPA along with several of them partaking in summer school is this year.