Natalie Emig Broekman
All Around 0
Last School
McClintock High School
Roster Years


  • Daughter of Joe and Lori Emig. Father played lacrosse and mother ran track and field at BYU
  • Middle of five children
  • Married to David Broekman
  • Enjoys cooking, swimming, diving, doing ceramics and watching NBA (Phoenix Suns) and college basketball
  • Beam is her favorite event because "It's exciting, challenging and totally fun. I'm able to express my strengths and hide my weaknesses on beam."

Before BYU

  • Coached by Roe Kreutzer, Kim Neal and Lisa Spini at the Arizona Twisters club in Tempe, Arizona
  • Member of the U.S. National Team from 1992-1994
  • Won the all-around titles at the Regional Elite Championships, the Winter Sun Invitational and the Cinco de Mayo tournament in 1993
  • Finished second at the 1994 Friendship Invitational and third in the U.S. Classic in all-around
  • Has been a demonstrator for the United States Gymnastic Federation, the Federation of International Gymnastics and U.S. Synchronized Swimming
  • Has high scores of 9.85 (beam), 9.75 (floor and vault) and 9.65 (bars)
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 1996

  • Recorded BYU's best score of the season on bars (9.925)
  • Scored 9.85 or better on each of her three events (bars, beam and floor)
  • Missed only three of 37 routines all season
  • Named to 1996 NACGC-W Second Team Balance Beam
Sophmore Year 1997

  • Hit career-best 9.9 on floor, tied career-best 9.875 on beam and hit season-high 9.875 on beam
  • All season-bests came in final regular-season meet of the year against Utah
Junior Year 1998

  • Competed in all-around for the first time
  • Co-Cougar of the Meet at Utah State with a career-best 39.0 in the all-around
  • Took 2nd in bars at NCAA Midwest Regional with a 9.875
Senior Year 1999

  • Team captain
  • Set new BYU all-around recrod of 39.475 at Utah in final meet of her career (3/27)
  • Posted new career highs in three events at SUU (3/25)
  • Earned a career-high 9.85 on vault
  • Scored a career-high 9.950 on both bars and floor, tying BYU records
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year