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Table of Contents And 2009 Quick Facts Contents Introduction Quick Facts. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Season Preview. . . . . . . . . . . 3 WAC Preseason Poll . . . . . . . . 7 WAC Preseason Honors . . . . . . 8 Schedule Preview. . . . . . . . . . 9 Opponents Preview . . . . . . . . 10 Player Profiles Numerical Roster. . . . . . . . . 14 Alphabetical Roster . . . . . . . . 15 Seniors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Juniors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Sophomores. . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Freshmen . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Staff Profiles Staff Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Head Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Assistant Coaches. . . . . . . . . 62

Record Book Individual Match. . . . . . . . . . 76 Individual Season . . . . . . . . . 78 Individual Career . . . . . . . . . 81 Goalkeeper Match. . . . . . . . . 84 Goalkeeper Season. . . . . . . . 85 Goalkeeper Career . . . . . . . . 86 Team Season. . . . . . . . . . . 87 Team Match . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Program History Year-By-Year Schedules. . . . . . 90 Opponent Series Results. . . . . 96 Opponent Series. . . . . . . . . .99 Conference Series. . . . . . . . 100 Year-By-Year Leaders. . . . . . 101 Year-By-Year team Statistics 102 Athletic Honors . . . . . . . . . . 103 Academic Honors . . . . . . . . 104 All-Time Rosters. . . . . . . . . 105

2008 Season Review Season Review. . . . . . . . . . 65 Statistical Review . . . . . . . . . 71 WAC Statistical Review . . . . . . 72

credits Credits -- The 2009-10 Boise State women’s basketball media guide was written and laid out by members of the Sports Information staff. Photo credits for this year’s press guide go to John Kelly and Carrie Quinney of BSU Photographic Services, Stan Brewster, Steve Conner, Taco Bell Arena, the Boise Visitors and Convention Bureau, the Idaho Statesman, the Idaho Center, Dale MacMillan and Idaho Airships, Inc.

2009 Quick Facts GENERAL FACTS Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boise State University Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boise, Idaho Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1932 Enrollment. . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,667 (fall 2008) Time Zone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mountain Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Broncos Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue (royal) and Orange Affiliation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I Conference . . . . . . . . . Western Athletic “WAC” President . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Robert W. Kustra Director of Athletics. . . . . . . . . Gene Bleymaier Associate A.D./SWA. . . . . . . . . Christina VanTol NCAA Faculty Rep.. . . . . . . . Dr. Dwayne Barney Athletic Dept. Phone. . . . . . . . . (208) 426-1288 Athletic Ticket Office Phone. . . . . (208) 426-4737 Facility FACTS Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boas Sports Complex Capacity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750 Opened. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fall 2003 Boise State’s Record . . . . . . . . . 27-12-10 (.653) Press Box/SID Phone. . . . . . . . (208) 861-2796 SOCCER STAFF FACTS Head Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Lucas Alma Mater . . . . . . . . New Hampshire Col., 1996 Years at Boise State. . . . . . . . . . . . 12 (2009) Years as BSU Head Coach . . . . . . . . 10 (2009) Boise State Record (Years) . . . . . . . 73-79-18 (9) Career Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . same Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . (208) 426-5425 Office Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (208) 334-4598 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . SLucas@BoiseState.edu Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Hiemenz Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DePauw, 1997 Years at Boise State. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 (2009) Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . (208) 426-5739 E-mail . . . . . . . . MarkHiemenz@BoiseState.edu Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . Stephanie Wieger Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California, 2008

Years at Boise State. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 (2009) Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (208) 426-4614 E-mail . . . . . . BoiseStateSoccer@BoiseState.edu Team FACTS 2008 Overall Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-8-2 2008 WAC Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3-1 2008 WAC Finish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4th 2008 Postseason. . . . . . WAC Tournament Semis Starters Returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/4* Letterwinners Returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . 18/6 Returning 2008 Redshirts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2009 Newcomers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2009 Redshirts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 * = one of the 2008 starters lost will redshirt in 2009

Starters Returning

Shannon Saxton, Jr., F. . . . . . . . . . . 6 g, 8 a, 20 pts Chelsea Robinson, So., M. . . . . . . . . . 3 g, 3 a, 9 pts Cheyenne Jones, Jr., M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 g, 4 pts Kaylea Perenon, Sr., M . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 g, 1 a, 3 pts Malia Hendrix, Jr., D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 a, 2 pts Lindsay Roberts, So., D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 a, 1 pt Jen Burns, Sr., GK. . . . . . . . . . . . 13 GA, 1.04 GAA

Starters Lost

Randi Baker, M/F (2008 Sr.). . . . . . . . . 4 g, 1 a, 9 pts Andrea Huerta, Sr., M (medical retired) . . . 6 g, 2 a, 14 pts Kim Koeppen, D (Fr., transferred) . . . . . . . . . . . None Mandy Nader, So., D (injury-redshirt in 2009). . . . . None

Historical FACTS First Year of Soccer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Overall Record. . . . . . . . . . . .84-102-19 (.456) Big West Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-2000 WAC Member Since. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001 WAC Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-28-6 (.483) WAC Season Titles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None WAC Tournament Titles . . . . . . . . . . . . . None Years in WAC Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 WAC Tournament Record. . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5-1 2008 WAC Tournament Record. . . . . . . . . 1-1-0 NCAA Tournament Appearances. . . . . . . . None


2009 WAC Tournament Boise, Idaho ● Nov. 5-8

The 2009 Western Athletic Conference Soccer Tournament will be hosted at Boise State University’s Boas Tennis and Soccer Complex. The top six-of-nine teams in the regular season standings advanced to the tournament. At stake is the WAC’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. This year’s tournament will take place from November 5-8, with the championship match being played at 1:00 p.m. (Mountain) on Sunday, November 8. Schedule (all times are Mountain) Quarterfinals - Nov. 5 Game 1 at 12:30 p.m. Game 2 at 3:00 p.m.

Ticket Information . . . Tickets will be on sale at the Boise State University Athletic Ticket Office (208-4264737) in October.

Semifinals - Nov. 6 Game 3 at 12:30 p.m. Game 4 at 3:00 p.m.

► All Session Tickets: (five games in three sessions) Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20 Student (w/ valid student ID). . . . . $10 Children (ages 5-12). . . . . . . . . . $8

Championship - Nov. 8 Game 5 at 1:00 p.m.

► Single Session / Day Tickets: Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8 Student (w/ valid student ID). . . . . . $4 Children (ages 5-12). . . . . . . . . . $3


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2009 Season Preview Broncos looking for elusive WAC title. Last year the Broncos featured a young and talented team that surpassed the expectations of everyone but their coaching staff. They posted a school record 11 wins on their way to a 11-82 overall mark, a 3-3-1 league record to finish fourth in the standings, and advanced to the Western Athletic Conference Tournament semifinals for the first time in program history. The 2009 season should be no different as expectations rise for this year’s group which is just as youthful. Boise State returns the bulk of last season’s squad, 18 of 24 members. Like last year when the roster was dominated by 19 underclassmen, this year’s team is just as young with 21 of the 28 players being either freshmen or sophomores.

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That might scare some, but what many may not know about the program is that in the last three years the talent level of the newcomers has risen with each class. As a result, every year there has been a couple members of the incoming group who have stepped up and made an impact on the outcome of the season. Many have claimed starting roles or played quality minutes. This increase in talent has helped make Boise State a regular fixture in the conference race year in and year out.

In 2009 the Broncos are chasing that elusive regular season WAC title that the program has yet win. This season they hope to change that as they challenge for the league crown with a young but experienced team. Leading the way are seven upper classmen, three seniors and four juniors. Among this group are six starters from last year; seniors Andrea Huerta (forward), Kaylea Perenon (midfielder), and Jen Burns (goalkeeper), as well as, juniors Shannon Saxton (forward), Cheyenne Jones (midfielder), and Malia Hendrix (defender). The fourth junior Tara Roetter started nine-of-18 contests and adds solid experience to this group’s overall strength and stability. Unfortunately, Huerta suffered an injury during spring workouts and will miss the season. However, the other six are quality players and should provide the leadership needed on the field for a successful campaign. The six active upperclassmen had a combined 98 starts last season and accounted for nine goals and 13 assists. Among the sophomore class of 11 are three returning starters in Chelsea Robinson (midfielder), Lindsay Roberts (defender) and Mandy Nader (defender). Joining Huerta on the injured list from the

spring and out for the 2009 campaign is Nader. That gives the Broncos seven returners for this season. Overall Boise State returns 12 veterans that started at least eight matches in 2008. In addition, all 12 played in at least 10 matches during the campaign with nine playing in 18 or more. Following is a position-by-position preview of the Boise State soccer team...

THE GOALKEEPERS... Senior Jen Burns has been the primary starter in goal for the Broncos over the last two seasons but will be pushed by sophomore Liz Ruiz, a part-time starter in 2008, and redshirt-freshman Megan Blanchard. Burns has started all 28 matches she has played in since transferring to Boise State from Seattle Pacific University in 2006. The Boise native is the only keeper in Bronco history to have a winning record in goal at 14-9-4. Burns owns a career goals against average (GAA) of 1.39 since arriving at Boise State which currently ranks as a school best. Last year the senior started 13 matches going 7-4-1 in goal with a GAA of 1.04.

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Pushing Burns for the starting role in goal will be Liz Ruiz. The sophomore started eight-of-nine matches played last season for the Broncos going 4-4-1. She recorded 43 saves and finished the year with a save percentage of .827, the third highest in program history. The Boise native, who attended the same high school in Boise (Capital HS) as Burns, finished the season with a GAA of 1.03. Megan Blanchard was recruited with Ruiz as a member of the 2008 class. The Fresno, Calif., native redshirted last year breaking the two into different eligibility classes. Over the course of the past year Blanchard has shown solid improvement and should challenge the other two for playing time in 2009. Goalkeeping should be solid again in 2009 for Boise State. Last season Burns and Ruiz combined for the second fewest goals allowed in the WAC with 22 for a GAA of 1.04 which also ranked second. This season’s race for the starting position and playing time in goal should be intense with three quality goalkeepers to choose from on a weekly basis. Experience goes in favor of the senior Jen Burns, but do not be surprised if one of the underclassmen shows up periodically in the starting position.

THE DEFENDERS...

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The Broncos started three freshmen and one sophomore in the defensive line last year, arguably one of the youngest back lines in the league. Unfortunately, only two of them are available to Boise State in 2009. Starters that are back include junior Malia Hendrix and sophomore Lindsay Roberts. The duo combined for

41 starts out of a possible 42. Gone is Mandy Nader who will sit out the season due to injury. Nader started 13 of the 21 matches she played in last year. The fourth decided to transfer to one of the military academies. This year there will be a blend of experience and youth along the back line. Junior Malia Hendrix is one of two returning starters in the back and will be looked to for leadership this fall. The former forward possesses good speed and poses a challenge to attackers on the wings. Lindsay Roberts is also back as a starter and will play in the center where she turned in a solid debut performance as a freshman in 2008. The young defender was so impressive that she was named the team’s defensive MVP and made the WAC all-tournament team. Tara Roetter was another impact player in the back for the Broncos last season where she started nine-of-18 matches played. She possesses good pace and valuable collegiate game experience, and should factor into the starting lineup in 2009. Hendrix, Roberts and Roetter were main stays defensively for the Broncos last season and part of a defensive unit that held opponents to a combined 22 goals, second best in the WAC. All three were new to the program last year, now with a year behind them within the system they will be looked to as leaders in 2009. Seven other Broncos will battle for starting positions in the back as well. Sophomores Tiffany Hall and Serena Montoya played sparingly last season but should push for quality time if not

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starting roles this time around. Montoya did earned a start in 2008 and saw time in nine contests. They are joined by five true-freshmen in Adrienne Lommasson from Tigard, Ore., Becca Hoiland out of West Linn, Ore., Melanie Mohr from Lakewood, Colo., Lauren Hickok of Bozeman, Mont., and Brianne Favatella from Colorado Springs, Colo. All five were standouts on their prep and club teams and possess the speed and skill to challenge the returners. Of the 10 defenders only two are upperclassmen making this year’s back line relatively young once again. The returning veterans do possess quality collegiate game experience to provide stability in the back. Add in young players and the overall quality of the group should be better than last year’s. All nine will be challenged on a daily basis for starting roles and game time, which will benefit the team as the season grinds towards November.

THE MIDFIELDERS... The midfield positions have several experienced players returning this season including three of the four starters from a year ago. Senior Kaylea Perenon, junior Cheyenne Jones and sophomore Chelsea Robinson all started in the midfield for the Broncos. The trio is joined by sophomores Brandy Hickcox, Ashley Walsh and Jayne Murray who have solid experience coming in off the bench in 2008.

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Kaylea Perenon is the only senior on the team who has been here for all four seasons of her collegiate career. She

has been an impact player playing in 58 matches with 38 starts. The Oakland, Calif., native has a strong shot with good range. Perenon enters her senior campaign with five career goals and four assists.

Jayne Murray is a redshirt sophomore out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, who played in five matches last year. She impressed the coaches during the spring workouts and could see some quality minutes in 2009.

Cheyenne Jones is another Bronco with experience and good pace racing up and down the left flank. In two years Jones has started in 33 of the 39 matches she has played. The junior possesses the skill and experience to provide leadership in the midfield. Like Perenon, Jones enters the season with five career goals and four assists.

Unfortunately, Janelle Jin a seventh veteran from last year may miss the 2009 campaign after suffering a late season injury last October. As a freshman in 2008 Jin ranked fifth in scoring with two goals and one assist. She is another player that when healthy possesses good speed and is a threat moving up and down the field.

Of the returning veterans Chelsea Robinson ranked second in goals score last season with three. The sophomore has solid speed and played primarily in an attacking midfield role last fall. This year expect to see Robinson make an impact by splitting time between the forward and midfield positions as the Broncos look to her in an effort to make up some of the scoring punch they lost with the injury to Huerta. Another player expected to see quality time if not a starting role is Brandy Hickcox. The native of Boise started in eight of the 20 matches she played in last season. When she was not starting she was one of the first substitutions off the bench. She scored two goals during her freshman campaign. In the mix for a starting role is Ashley Walsh a sophomore out of Vancouver, Wash. Walsh played more of a defensive midfield role last season when she saw action in 19 of the 21 matches in 2008, she also recorded nine starts during her freshman campaign.

Joining the group of six veterans are a redshirt freshman and two true freshmen. Catherine Leewaye enters her second year at Boise State looking to break into the starting lineup after missing the 2008 campaign because of injury. Leewaye is one of many local players from the Boise metro area. She is a talented young player looking to make an impact this season. The two true freshmen are Taylor Thompson from Happy Valley, Ore., and Maureen Fitzgerald out of Beaverton, Ore. The duo were standouts for their respective high school teams and are talented enough to push the Bronco veterans for major roles. The midfield should be a strength once again for the Broncos in 2009 as they return solid experience and talent. Three starters are back and the staff has added depth to the group with the arrival of the redshirt and two freshmen. The battle for starting roles should be intense with any of the group capable of making the opening lineup on August 21.

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THE FORWARDS... The forward position is a mix of experience and the unknown. Shannon Saxton is the experience and the highlight of this group as she returns for her junior year as the WAC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year and one of the most prolific scorers in program history. She will be joined by sophomores Molly Hill and Chelsea Robinson, as well as, freshman Erica Parks. Shannon Saxton enters the 2009 campaign ranked in 46 of 56 statistical categories in the Bronco record book. She currently holds the match record for most points (nine) and is tied for the lead for most goals (four). Saxton also owns the season records for most goals (17), assists (eight), and points (39). She is second in career goals (23) and points (59), and holds the top mark for career assists (13). Saxton is only a junior with two more years ahead of her. This season she will continue to be the force behind the Bronco scoring attack. When teams try to shutout her down from scoring the versatile athlete is happy settling for the assist. With the loss of Huerta the team will look to Saxton for leadership up top while the younger players gain experience. Molly Hill played sparingly last season as a freshman, but made strides during the spring workouts and is expected to battle for a spot next to Saxton in the attack. Hill has good size and a solid shot with range.

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The second most experienced player up top is Chelsea Robinson who will split

time between the midfield and forward positions in 2009. Last year she was fourth on the team in scoring as an attacking midfielder with three goals and three assists. Look for her up top more than in the midfield this season, but one way or another expect Robinson to challenge for a starting role on the field. Joining the three veterans up top for the Broncos is true freshman Erica Parks. She comes to Boise State from Nampa, Idaho, where she was a standout at Skyview High recording 49 goals her last two years, 27 as a senior. Look for Park to see quality minutes at forward and possibly some as a starter. Saxton will be the anchor for the Bronco forwards this fall. The attack for Boise State will be solid again even though there are some relatively untested players up top. The group is athletic and quick which should cause problems for the opposition’s defense.

ONE LAST THOUGHT... Even though Boise State will be young again in this season they have a solid nucleus from which to build on. Seven starters are back from last year’s record setting campaign. In addition, the talent level has taken another step up with the newcomers. Add in the fact that the Broncos will be home for 10 of their regularseason matches plus host the WAC’s postseason championship tournament and Boise State could be positioned for a season to remember in 2009.

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WAC Preseason Poll

Broncos picked to finish fourth in 2009 WAC race. The Boise State soccer team was picked to finished in fourth place during the 2009 Western Athletic Conference race. The poll was from the vote of the league’s nine head coaches. The Broncos return the bulk from last year’s squad, 18-of-24 players, that set the school record for victories with an 11-8-2 overall mark while going 3-3-1 in league to place fourth. Utah State was selected as the favorite for the 2009 Western Athletic Conference season. After finishing with a perfect 7-00 WAC record during the 2008 season, the defending WAC regular season champions received five of the possible nine first place votes for 61 points. Utah State returns 12 letterwinners, including seven starters from last year’s squad that dropped a double-overtime 2-1 decision to Fresno State in the 2008 WAC tournament championship game. Hawai‘i was voted to finish in second place, while receiving two first place votes with a tally of 53 total points. The Rainbow Wahine ended the 2008 season in third place with a 4-2-1 league mark. Last year’s WAC Tournament championship team, Fresno State (49 points), was voted in the No. 3 spot with a pair of first place votes. The Bulldogs placed second in regular season play in 2008 with a 5-1-1 conference record.

2009 WAC Tournament host Boise State was selected fourth with 45 points. The Broncos placed fourth last season with a 3-3-1 record. Nevada was picked fifth with 39 points after going 2-4-1 in league play in 2008. Nevada rounds out the top five with 39 points. The Spartans of San Jose State (28 points) were picked to finish in sixth place, while Louisiana Tech (21 points)

and Idaho (15 points) were voted in the seventh and eighth spots, respectively. New Mexico State, which begins its first season of WAC play, was selected ninth with 13 points. The WAC Soccer Tournament heads to the Boas Soccer Complex in Boise, Idaho after playing the 2008 Championship in Reno. The six-team tournament will be held November 5-8.

2009’s Newcomer In 2009 New Mexico State University begins its first season of women’s soccer. That completes the league’s membership roster as all nine schools now sponsor the sport. That also makes the schedule a balanced format with four home and four away games.

Preseason Poll 2009 Coaches’ Poll Team (1st place)

Points

1. Utah State (5). . . . . . . . 61 2. Hawai‘i (2). . . . . . . . . 53 3. Fresno State (2). . . . . . 49 4. Boise State . . . . . . . . . 45 5. Nevada . . . . . . . . . . . 39 6. San Jose State . . . . . . . 28 7. Louisiana Tech. . . . . . . 21 8. Idaho. . . . . . . . . . . . 15 9. New Mexico State. . . . . 13

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WAC Preseason Honors

Saxton named WAC preseason offensive player of the year. 2009 Preseason Honors All-WAC Team Ambree Ako, F, Hawai’i, Sr. Shantel Flanary, F, Utah State, So. Lauren Hansen, F, Utah State, Jr. Shannon Saxton, F, Boise State, Jr. Christen Drummond, MF, Nevada, Jr. Mari Punzal, MF, Hawai‘i, Jr. Chandra Salmon, MF, Utah State, So. Chelsea Deptula, D, Hawai‘i, Jr. Lindsay Smart, D, Utah State, Sr. Danielle Solich, D, Fresno State, So. Kaitlyn Revel, GK, Fresno State, Jr. Players of the Year Offensive: Shannon Saxton, Boise State Defensive: Kaitlyn Revel, Fresno State

On August 4th the 2009 Western Athletic Conference preseason all-conference soccer team and Players of the Year were announced as voted on by the league’s head coaches. Boise State junior forward Shannon Saxton garnered Preseason Offensive Player of the Year honors, while Fresno State junior keeper Kaitlyn Revel was selected as the Preseason Defensive Player of the Year. Saxton was the only Bronco to earn preseason honors this year. The preseason player of the year honor is the first for the native of Beaverton, Ore., and the Bronco program. The forward was also named to the All-WAC Preseason Team for the second consecutive year. Saxton has been an impact player ever since arriving on campus two years ago. She currently holds the school record for career assists with 13 and ranks second in career points (59) and goals (23). The standout has led the team in scoring the last two seasons recording a school record 17 goals, the WAC high in 2007, along with five assists as a freshman, followed by six goals and a Bronco season record eight assists in 2008. Revel earned first team All-WAC honors in both 2007 and 2008. The Fresno State

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keeper led the WAC in 2008 in goals against average (0.13), save percentage (.974), shutouts (6) and shutouts per game (0.86). Utah State led WAC teams with four of the 11 preseason all-conference selections, including 2008 Freshman of the Year Shantel Flanary and 2008 AllWAC first team selection Lindsay Smart. Lauren Hansen, a 2008 second team AllWAC honoree, also received preseason All-WAC honors for the Aggies. Hawai‘i had three players selected to the preseason All-WAC team, including 2007 WAC Offensive Player of the Year Ambree Ako. Junior midfielder Mari Punzal and junior defender Chelsea Deptula also earned preseason honors for the Rainbow Wahine. Fresno State had two honorees, including Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Revel and sophomore defender Danielle Solich. Saxton earned preseason AllWAC honors for Boise State, while junior midfielder Christen Drummond earned the distinction for Nevada.

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Preview of 2009 Schedule

Broncos will host WAC Championship Tournament in 2009. It will be a busy fall semester as Boise State will play in five regular-season tournaments and host a school record 21 NCAA Division I soccer matches this fall at the Boas Tennis and Soccer Complex. The 2009 schedule includes hosting three of the five tournaments during the regular season, as well as, the end of year Western Athletic Conference Championship Tournament. The Broncos’ season begins with four straight road matches in the month of August. The action will start with the season opener at Seattle University on Friday, August 21, followed by a Sunday afternoon encounter at Big Sky Conference member Portland State University on August 23rd. Boise State will close the month by traveling to the east coast to participate in the Navy Invitational in Annapolis, Md., the weekend of the 28th through 30th, they will play Rider University, a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference school, first followed by the Naval Academy from the Colonial Athletic Association. It will be the third trip east of the Mississippi River for Boise State in program history. September is a month that typically has the Broncos on the road for most of it. However, this year Boise State will be at

home for six matches as they host three tournaments before they close the month traveling to a fourth. The Governor’s Cup returns to Boise State this fall on the weekend of September 4-6. This event is a traditional competition featuring the three Idaho public universities and one at-large school. This year that team is the University of Montana out of the Big Sky Conference. This tournament is hosted by the Idaho schools on a threeyear rotation. Last year the University of Idaho hosted the event in Moscow, which Seattle University won. The second weekend of September, 1113, has Boise State hosting the inaugural Holiday Inn Classic featuring Idaho, the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff from the Southwestern Athletic Conference, and Big Sky member the University of Northern Colorado. The third weekend, September 18-20, features the return of the Soccer Etc.-Nike Invitational. This will be the fifth time this tournament has been sponsored since the 2003 campaign (2003, 2004, 2005, and 2007). This year’s edition features Portland State, the Mountain West Conference’s University of Wyoming, and North Dakota State University from the Summit League

The non-conference schedule concludes with the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic in Laramie, Wyo., the weekend of September 25-27. Joining the Broncos and the Wyoming Cowgirls will be the University of California Riverside of the Big West Conference and Gonzaga University out of the West Coast Conference. The WAC portion of the schedule begins the first week of October. For the first time in five seasons the league format will have a balanced schedule with four home and four road matches. The addition of New Mexico State University who is sponsoring women’s soccer for the first time this year gives the league the opportunity for the balanced format. The four WAC schools Boise State will host this fall include defending regular season champion Utah State University and the University of Nevada the weekend of October 9-11. The regular season schedule concludes with the Broncos hosting the University of Hawaii and San Jose State University for Halloween weekend, October 30-November 1. Boise State opens league action on the road at New Mexico State and Louisiana Tech October 2-4. The other two road matches include trips to Idaho on October 18 and to Fresno State on the 23rd.

When the regular season is finished Boise State will have played 10 of its 20 matches at home, the most in the last five years. It also ties for the most home matches alltime in one season. The schedule culminates with the Western Athletic Conference Championship Tournament with a bid to the NCAA Tournament on the line. This year’s championship event will be hosted by Boise State November 5-8. This is the third time in five years that the Broncos have hosted the tournament which features the top-six teams in the final regular-season standings. Boise State should be primed for a run at the league title returning 20 studentathletes from last year’s squad that set a school record for wins at 11-8-2 and advanced to the WAC Tournament semifinals. The Broncos surprised a lot of people last year doing as well as they did with their young squad, 19 of the 26 members were underclassmen (freshmen and sophomores). Many of those younger Broncos earned quality playing time giving the team needed experience to help lead the Boise State charge this fall.

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2009 Schedule Date Opponent

Time

8/21

(A) Seattle

6 pm

8/23

(A) Portland State

2 pm

2009 Opponents Quick Facts

Navy Invitational: Annapolis, Maryland 8/28

(N) Rider

2 pm

8/30

(A) Navy

10 am

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(H) Montana

5 pm

9/6

(H) Idaho State

2 pm

Holiday Inn Classic: Boise, Idaho 9/11

(H) Arkansas-Pine Bluff

5 pm

9/13

(H) Northern Colorado

1:30 pm

Soccer Etc.-Nike Invitational: Boise, Idaho 9/18

(H) North Dakota StAte

5 pm

9/20

(H) Wyoming

1 pm

Wyoming Cowgirl Classic: Laramie, Wyoming 9/25

(N) UC Riverside

9/27

(N) Gonzaga

10/2

(A) New Mexico State*

1 pm 11 am 7 pm

10/4

(A) Louisiana Tech*

Noon

10/9

(H) Utah State*

4 pm

10/11 (H) Nevada*

1 pm

10/18 (A) Idaho*

1 pm

10/23 (A) Fresno State*

8 pm

10/30 (H) Hawai’i*

4 pm

11/1

(H) San Jose State*

1 pm

WAC Tournament: Boise, Idaho 11/5

Quarterfinals

12:30 pm

11/6

Semifinals

12:30 pm

11/8

Championship * = WAC game Home games are in BOLD All times are Mountain Time Zone

10 - 2009 Opponents

1:00 pm

8/21 in Seattle, Wash. (6 p.m. MT)

Seattle Redhawks

9/4 in Boise, Idaho (5 p.m. MT)

Montana Grizzlies

North Dakota State Bison

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Independent Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seattle, Wash. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoSeattleU.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julie Woodward School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175-57-22 (12) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-5-3 Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/4 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14/8

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Sky Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Missoula, Mont. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . www.MontanaGrizzlies.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Neil Sedgwick School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-52-9 (5) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11-2 / 3-3-1 (t4th) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/5 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12/5

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Summit League Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fargo, N.D. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoBison.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pete Cuadrado School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-45-8 (6) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12-2 / 2-5-1 (7th) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10/1 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18/1

Portland State Vikings

Idaho State Bengals 9/6 in Boise, Idaho (2 p.m. MT)

9/20 in Boise, Idaho (1 p.m. MT)

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Sky Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Portland, Ore. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoViks.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Schott School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11-4 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11-4 / 4-1-2 (t2nd) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8/4 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12/9

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Sky Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pocatello, Idaho Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.ISUBengals.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Allison Gibson School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-26-11 (4) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12-4 / 1-5-1 (8th) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14/7

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mountain West Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laramie, Wyo. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . www.wyomingathletics.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Danny Sanchez School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10-1 (1) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10-1 / 2-5 (7th) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/5 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12/7

Rider Broncs

Arkansas-Pine Bluff Lady Lions

UC Riverside Highlanders

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Metro Atlantic Athletic Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lawrenceville, N.J. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoBroncs.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Drayson Hounsome School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-14-3 (1) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-14-3 Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8/3 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11/11

Conference . . . . . . . . . . Southwestern Athletic (SWAC) Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.uapblionsroar.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roberto Mazza School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-17-1 (2) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8-1 / 3-1 Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10/4

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big West Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Riverside, Calif. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoHighlanders.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Veronica O’Brien School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76-59-18 (8) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10-2 / 2-5-1 (t-7th) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/4 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18/12

Navy Midshipmen

Northern Colorado Bears 9/13 in Boise, Idaho (1:30 p.m. MT)

9/27 in Laramie, Wyo. (11 a.m. MT)

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . Colonial Athletic Association Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Annapolis, Md. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.NavySports.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carin Gabarra School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201-93-25 (16) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-4-3 / 5-0-2 (1st) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/5 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15/6

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Sky Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greeley, Colo. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.UNCBears.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Barrera School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86-72-9 (9) 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13-0 / 2-5-0 (7th) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/5 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14/7

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . West Coast Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spokane, Wash. Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoZags.com Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amy Edwards School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Year 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10-3 / 2-4-1 (5th) Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10/1 Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18/4

8/23 in Portland, Ore. (6 p.m. MT)

8/28 in Annapolis, Md. (2 p.m. MT)

8/30 in Annapolis, Md. (10 a.m. MT)

9/11 in Boise, Idaho (5 p.m. MT)

9/18 in Boise, Idaho (5 p.m. MT)

Wyoming Cowgirls

9/25 in Laramie, Wyo. (1 p.m. MT)

Gonzaga Bulldogs


Broncos Boise Preview State Soccer of the

WAC Opponents Quick Facts

Idaho Vandals

New Mexico State Aggies 10/2 in Las Cruces, N.M. (7 p.m. MT)

10/18 at Moscow, Idaho (1 p.m. MT)

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAC

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAC

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Las Cruces, N.M.

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moscow, Idaho

Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.NMStateSports.com

Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Needham

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pete Showler

School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Year

School Record / Career (yr). . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-61-5 (4)

2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Year

2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-16-2 / 0-6-1 (8th)

Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NA

Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/5

Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NA

Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10/13

Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters

Fresno State Bulldogs

10/4 in Ruston, La. (12 p.m. MT)

10/23 in Fresno, Calif. (8 p.m. MT)

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAC

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAC

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ruston, La.

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fresno, Calif.

Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.LaTechSports.com

Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoBulldogs.com

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Sherry

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brian Zwaschka

School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-19-6 (2)

School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Year

2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5-5 / 0-3-4 (7th)

2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8/3

Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/5

Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

14/7

www.GoVandals.com

11-9-2 / 5-1-1 (2nd) 16/5

Utah State Aggies

Hawai’i Rainbow Wahine

10/9 in Boise, Idaho (4 p.m. MT)

10/30 in Boise, Idaho (4 p.m. MT)

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAC

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAC

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Logan, Utah

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Honolulu, Hawaii

Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.UtahStateAggies.com

Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.HawaiiAthletics.com

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Haether Cairns

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pinsoom Tenzing

School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-54-10 (7)

School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132-132-26 (15)

2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-8-1 / 7-0-0 (1st)

2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7-4 / 4-2-1 (3rd)

Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/4

Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/6

Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11/8

12/7

Nevada Wolf Pack

San Jose State Spartans

10/11 in Boise, Idaho (1 p.m. MT)

Nov. 1 in Boise, Idaho (1 p.m. MT)

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAC

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAC

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reno, Nev.

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . San Jose, Calif.

Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.NevadaWolfPack.com

Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jaime Frias

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Leightman

School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14-3 (1)

School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11-4 (1)

2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14-3 / 2-5-1 (6th)

2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11-4 / 2-4-1 (5th)

Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/5

Starters Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10/1

Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Letterwinners Returning / Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

16/4

14/7

www.SJSUSpartans.com

2009 WAC Opponents - 11


Boise State Soccer

Player Profiles


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

The 2009 Broncos Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29

Name

YR.

Pos.

HT.

Exp.

Elizabeth Ruiz Ashley Walsh Lindsay Roberts Catherine Leewaye Taylor Thompson Maureen Fitzgerald Brandy Hickcox Jayne Murray Lauren Hickok Mandy Nader Cheyenne Jones Tara Roetter Shannon Saxton Adrienne Lommasson Janelle Jin Erica Parks Molly Hill Tiffany Hall-Johnson Serena Montoya Chelsea Robinson Becca Hoiland Melanie Mohr Megan Blanchard Malia Hendrix Brianne Favatella Andrea Huerta Jennifer Burns Kaylea Perenon

So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

GK M D M M M M M D D M D F D M F F D D F/M D D GK D D F GK M

5-7 5-6 5-4 5-4 5-2 5-4 5-3 5-5 5-6 5-5 5-3 5-3 5-5 5-4 5-3 5-5 5-10 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-9 5-5 5-8 5-5

1V 1V 1V RS HS HS 1V RS/1V HS 1V 2V TR/1V 2V HS 1V HS 1V 1V 1V 1V HS HS RS TR/1V HS TR/1V TR/2V 3V

HOMETOWN (High School/College) Boise, Idaho (Capital HS) Vancouver, Wash. (Cent. Catholic HS) Richland, Wash. (Richland, WA) Boise, Idaho (Centennial HS) Happy Valley, Ore. (Clackamas HS) Beaverton, Ore. (Westview HS) Boise, Idaho (Capital HS) Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Diefenbaker HS) Bozeman, Mont. (Bozeman HS) Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran HS) Aloha, Ore. (Hillsboro HS) Hayden Lake, Idaho (Coeur d’Alene HS/Biola) Beaverton, Ore. (Beaverton HS) Tigard, Ore. (Central Catholic HS) Castro Valley, Calif. (Castro Valley HS) Nampa, Idaho (Skyview HS) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake HS) Boise, Idaho (Boise HS) Centennial, Colo. (Cherry Creek HS) Portland, Ore. (Sunset HS) West Linn, Ore. (West Linn HS) Lakewood, Colo. (Green Mountain HS) Fresno, Calif. (San Joaquin HS) Boise, Idaho (Timberline HS/Montana) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Pine Creek HS) Boise, Idaho (Centennial HS/Chico State) Boise, Idaho (Capital HS/Seattle Pacific) Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS)

Soccer Staff Head Coach: Steve Lucas, 10th year as head coach, 12th overall (New Hampshire College, 1996) Assistant Coach: Mark Hiemenz, 3rd year (DePauw University, 1997) Assistant Coach: Stephanie Wieger, 2nd year (University of California-Berkeley, 2008) Volunteer Coach: Eric Simmonsen, 1st year (Boise State University, 1999)

14 - Numerical Roster

Pronunciations Players Liz Ruiz

RU-eas

Cat Leewaye

lee-way

Jayne Murray

Jane

Lauren Hickok

hick-kok

Tara Roetter

row-ter

Adrienne Lommasson

A-dree-un Lōm-mas-son

Janelle Jin

Jen

Becca Hoiland

hoy-land

Melanie Mohr

more

Malia Hendrix

muh-LEE-uh

Brianne Favatella

FAH-vuh-tel-luh

Andrea Huerta

ON-dray-uh hue-ware-tuh

Kaylea Perenon

Kay-lee pair-uh-non

Coaches Mark Hiemenz

HE-menz

Steph Wieger

WYE-ger

Cities Boise

BOY-see

Team nickname Broncos

not Lady Broncos


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

The 2009 Broncos Alphabetical Roster Roster Analysis

No.

Roster Analysis Letterwinners Returning

16

Letterwinners Lost

6

Redshirts Returning

2

Starters Returning

7

Starters Lost

4

Recruits

8

Redshirting in 2009

2

By Class Seniors Juniors

3 4

Sophomores

11

Freshmen

10

By Primary Position Goalkeepers

3

Defenders

11

Midfielders

9

Forwards

5

By State or Country Alberta, Canada

1

California

4

Colorado

3

Idaho

9

Montana

1

Oregon

7

Washington

3

23 28 25 6 18 24 7 9 17 21 26 15 11 4 14 22 19 8 10 16 29 3 20 12 1 13 5 2

Name

YR.

Pos.

HT.

Exp.

Megan Blanchard Jennifer Burns Brianne Favatella Maureen Fitzgerald Tiffany Hall-Johnson Malia Hendrix Brandy Hickcox Lauren Hickok Molly Hill Becca Hoiland Andrea Huerta Janelle Jin Cheyenne Jones Catherine Leewaye Adrienne Lommasson Melanie Mohr Serena Montoya Jayne Murray Mandy Nader Erica Parks Kaylea Perenon Lindsay Roberts Chelsea Robinson Tara Roetter Elizabeth Ruiz Shannon Saxton Taylor Thompson Ashley Walsh

Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So.

GK GK D M D D M D F D F M M M D D D M D F M D F/M D GK F M M

5-7 5-8 5-9 5-4 5-3 5-6 5-3 5-6 5-10 5-7 5-5 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-3 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-4 5-3 5-3 5-7 5-5 5-2 5-6

RS TR/2V HS HS 1V TR/1V 1V HS 1V HS TR/1V 1V 2V RS HS HS 1V RS/1V 1V HS 3V 1V 1V TR/1V 1V 2V HS 1V

HOMETOWN (High School/College) Fresno, Calif. (San Joaquin HS) Boise, Idaho (Capital HS/Seattle Pacific) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Pine Creek HS) Beaverton, Ore. (Westview HS) Boise, Idaho (Boise HS) Boise, Idaho (Timberline HS/Montana) Boise, Idaho (Capital HS) Bozeman, Mont. (Bozeman HS) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake HS) West Linn, Ore. (West Linn HS) Boise, Idaho (Centennial HS/Chico State) Castro Valley, Calif. (Castro Valley HS) Aloha, Ore. (Hillsboro HS) Boise, Idaho (Centennial HS) Tigard, Ore. (Central Catholic HS) Lakewood, Colo. (Green Mountain HS) Centennial, Colo. (Cherry Creek HS) Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Diefenbaker HS) Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran HS) Nampa, Idaho (Skyview HS) Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS) Richland, Wash. (Richland, WA) Portland, Ore. (Sunset HS) Hayden Lake, Idaho (Coeur d’Alene HS/Biola) Boise, Idaho (Capital HS) Beaverton, Ore. (Beaverton HS) Happy Valley, Ore. (Clackamas HS) Vancouver, Wash. (Cent. Catholic HS)

Soccer Staff Head Coach: Steve Lucas, 10th year as head coach, 12th overall (New Hampshire College, 1996) Assistant Coach: Mark Hiemenz, 3rd year (DePauw University, 1997) Assistant Coach: Stephanie Wieger, 2nd year (University of California-Berkeley, 2008) Volunteer Coach: Eric Simmonsen, 1st year (Boise State University, 1999)

Alphabetical Roster - 15


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Jennifer Burns

28

Goalkeeper - Fourth Year

J

unior (2008): In General - Started in goal for all 13 matches

she saw action in. Honors - Named WAC Defensive Player of the Week on Aug. 25 after recording back-to-back shutouts during the opening weekend. Statistically - Recorded a goals against average of 1.04, 34 saves, 13 goals allowed, a save percentage of .723, faced 89 shots, and had a record of 7-4-1. Notable rankings - League: Ranked fourth in goals against average. Record Book - Ranked first in career goals against average at 1.39 and win percentage at .593 ... one of two Broncos keepers all-time to have winning record at 14-9-4. Other Highlights - Recorded shutouts versus Northwest Nazarene (Aug. 22) and Eastern Washington (Aug. 24).

S

Burns’ Stats 2005*

2007

2008

2011

Total

GP/GS

23/23 15/15 13/13

-

51/51

Min.

1964

1342

1125

-

4431

GA

12

25

13

-

50

0.55

1.68

1.04

-

71

64

34

-

169

7-4-1

-

32-10-7

2

-

14

GAA Saves Record Shutouts

18-1-3 7-5-3 8

4

16 - Senior Profile - Jen Burns

ophomore (2007): In General - Earned starting role in

F

reshman (2005): In General - Played freshman season

at Seattle Pacific University ... played and started 23 matches for Falcons in goal, including 2005 NCAA Division II national championship match. Honors - Received All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference honorable mention recognition. Statistically - Allowed only 12 goals on season while accumulating an 18-1-3 record in goal. Notable rankings - League: led the GNAC and ranked ninth nationally for goals against average at 0.55 ... led the GNAC in save percentage at 85.5 pct. and shutouts with eight. Other Highlights - Helped lead SPU to GNAC title with 10-0-2 league mark ... SPU went 20-1-4 overall in 2005, won the NCAA Div. II Far West Regional, and advanced to NCAA Division II national title game where the Falcons lost 2-1 in overtime.

net for Broncos ... started the 15 matches played. Statistically - 25 goals allowed, 1.68 goals against average, 64 saves, .710 save percentage, faced 184 shots ... finished with a 7-5-3 record in goal. Other Highlights - Recorded four shutouts - versus Portland State (Aug. 31) in Reno, Nev., versus Southern Utah (Sept. 9) in Pocatello, Idaho, Northern Arizona (Oct. 6) in Boise, and at San Jose State (Nov. 4).

H

R

A

edshirt (2006): In General - Transferred to Boise State for 2006 spring semester ... redshirted during the fall.

Class: Senior (Redshirted in 2006) Height: 5-8 Hometown: Boise, Idaho High School: Capital Previous College: Seattle Pacific (2005)

igh School: In General - A 2005 graduate of Capital

High School in Boise, Idaho ... three-year starter in goal for Eagles. In General - Earned All-Southern Idaho Conference honors three times. Club - Played club ball for Les Bois United of Boise ... won state club title twice and was a Far West Regional quarterfinalist in 2004.

cademics/Personal:

Majoring in international business ... earned Great Northwest Conference All-Academic Team honors in 2005 ... two-time All-WAC Academic Team honoree ... parents are both Boise State alumni.

Question and Answer with Jen ... Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My mom. She’s a strong independent woman who came from very little and is now very successful and educated. She has always pushed me to be a better woman and person. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I’m related to Benjamin Franklin. He’s my fifth great uncle.

Q: Your hero in life is? A: My dad. He’s always been so positive in anything I chose to do. He supported me through everything. He’s the least selfish person I know, he would give anything for his family. He has been the one that would always tell me “you can” when the rest of the world was telling me “you can’t”. You don’t find a person like that every day. Q: When you were little you wanted to be?

A: A CIA agent! I always had wanted to be a 007 agent, I don’t know why, but being a spy and working in the government always seemed so exciting. Movies of course helped with that, but even now I think it would be a pretty awesome job. Q: Your motto is? A: “Better to burn out then fade away.” When I get tired and think why in the world did I play a fifth year I think of that quote. It’s better for me


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to give everything I’ve got now, because even if it’s not enough I won’t ever look back and say “I wish I would have…” that’s not me, I’m not a regret type of a person, I’m getting the work done now even if that means burning out. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I transferred back here for a lot of reasons. I had played for the coaches before and enjoyed my experiences with them. I also had family here. I’ve had the opportunity to see my niece grow up and be a part of her life. I love being Auntie Jen Jen. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: How to meet deadlines, be places on time, pay bills, be a good teammate and survive my daily life. I think that’s what college and sports are supposed to teach you. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: People are so nice. I’ve spent a little time in other places and Boise is the only place that you can walk down the street and people smile at you and say hi for no other reason than they are just happy people.

Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They don’t just want us to be good soccer players; they want us to leave here with a degree and with the general sense of what it takes to be good people. They have told us over and over again, if they get us out of here with a degree and have taught us how to be successful, self sufficient, respectful adults, then they have succeeded. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: We respect each other young and old. People on the team know they don’t just deserve respect, they know they’ve got to earn it, and everyone does day in and day out. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Fresno and Utah State. It’s always a battle with those two teams. You can see the looks on everyone’s faces in the locker room when we’re playing one of those teams, like they know this game is going to be a knock down drag out fight until the final whistle blows.

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ANdrea Huerta

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Forward - Third Year

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unior (2008): In General - One of six Broncos to play in

every game, had 12 starts ... saw action primarily at the forward position ... first action as a Bronco was as a starter against Northwest Nazarene in Boise. Honors - Named WAC Offensive Player of the Week on Aug. 25 after recording two goals and one assist during the first week of the season. Statistically - Recorded six goals, three game-winning and one game-tying, and two assists for 14 points on the season, placed 13-of-20 shots on goal. Notable rankings Team: tied for first in goals, first in game-winning goals, tied for third in assists and second in points ... League: Tied for seventh in goals and tied for 10th in points. Other Highlights - Scored game-winning goals against Northwest Nazarene, Eastern Washington, and San Jose State, game-tying goal versus Weber State, and goals against Idaho State and Louisiana Tech.

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edshirt (2007): In General - Transferred to Boise State from Chico State ... redshirted during 2007 campaign.

ophomore (2006): In General - Played for the Chico

Class: Senior (2007 Redshirt) Height: 5-5 Hometown: Boise, Idaho High School: Centennial Previous College: Chico State (2005-06)

forward. Statistically - Recorded no points on season ... took two shots.

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reshman (2005): In General - Competed at Chico State

... played in 22 matches at forward. Statistically - Scored three goals while dishing out two assists for eight points on the year. Notable rankings - Team: tied for third in goals and assists, fourth in points ... took 20 shots placing eight on frame. Other Highlights - Recorded one game-winning goal.

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igh School: A 2005 graduate of Centennial High School

in Boise, Idaho. Honors - Named to All-Southern Idaho Conference team three times. Club - Played club ball for Les Bois United of Boise ... won state club title twice and was a Far West Regional quarterfinalist in 2004.

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cademics: Majoring in communication ... named to Academic All-WAC Team in 2008.

State Wildcats ... saw action in four matches primarily as a reserve

Question and Answer with Andrea ...

Huerta’s Stats 2005* 2006*

2008

2009

Total

GP/GS

22/0

4/0

21/12

-

47/12

Goals

3

0

6

-

9

Assists

2

0

2

-

4

Points

8

0

14

-

22

SOG

NA

0

13

-

13

GWG

1

0

3

-

4

GWA

NA

0

0

-

0

* = Chico State stats

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Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: My ultimate goal in life is to be secure enough to travel to as many places as possible. I’ve been lucky enough to use soccer as a method of traveling the United States, as well as fortunate that my parents could afford it. If I could pick anywhere to travel, I would definitely pick Europe. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: The biggest influences in my life today are my parents. You don’t realize how much your parents do and sacrifice for you. I don’t think you ever realize it until you have kids of your

own and you are then sacrificing things for their happiness. I would do anything for my parents and I love them more then anything and hope that someday I can give back to them like they have given to me. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: Something that people don’t know about me is that I was born in Mexico. My dad’s full Mexican and my mom is from Wisconsin. I enjoy going to visit family in Mexico and hope that someday I can go back more often! Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer?

A: When I was younger I really enjoyed soccer. I think that soccer is so much fun when it’s in a low competition environment and you are really just playing for yourself. My parents enrolled me in every sport you could imagine and soccer was the only one I continued with. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My hero in life is my younger sister. Even though she is younger then me I admire everything that she has accomplished in her life and the things I know she will continue to accomplish. She has already accomplished so much when it comes to soccer and school by getting to the highest levels you can possibly get to. I definitely respect that she will be attending


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a top soccer program as well as top school for college and wish her the best of luck.

a different town from where your real family lives.

Q: Your motto is? A: My motto is live life to the fullest. As far as I know we only live once, so I plan on doing everything to the fullest possible. I plan on loving to the fullest, living to the fullest, and doing everything possible so when I’m on my death bed I have nothing to regret.

Q: Your favorite thing about the city of Boise is? A: It’s my home! I love everything about Boise and wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. Everything I love is here and it’s the best environment for me.

Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I decided to transfer back to Boise State because of my family. I never realized how much I would miss them until I was gone away at Chico State. I called my dad at least 5 times a day and don’t regret my decision to come back. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: Since coming to Boise State I’ve learned how important my family and friends really are. A soccer team is like your second family. Especially if you’ve gone away to college in

Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: I enjoy the openness that they all have. Every one of our coaches would have our backs in most every situation and are always there for us to talk to. They understand what we are going through and have gone through it themselves. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: I love how close we are as a team. Especially having such a larger freshmen class. Last year it forced the returning players to become closer with the freshmen which in turn allowed a stronger bond between us.

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Kaylea Perenon

29

Midfielder - Fourth Year

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unior (2008): In General - One of three players to start all 21 games, all in midfield. Statistically - Recorded one goal and one assist for three total points ... placed 11-of-33 shots on goal. Other Highlights - Scored goal against San Jose State and dished out game-winning assist in season opener versus Northwest Nazarene.

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ophomore (2007): In General - Started in 15 of 19 matches played as midfielder. Statistically - Recorded three goals and three assists for nine total points ... placed nine of 23 shots taken on target. Notable rankings - Team: ranked fifth in points, tied for fourth in goals, and tied for fifth in assists. Other Highlights - Scored the game-winner at Louisiana Tech ... dished out game-winning assist against Southern Utah at the Governor’s Cup in Pocatello, Idaho.

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reshman (2006): In General - Played in all 18 matches with two starts in midfield ... first action as a Bronco was in season opener against Southern Utah ... first start came against Montana.

2007

2008

GP/GS

18/2

19/15 21/21

Goals

1

3

1

Assists

0

3

Points

2

SOG

3

GWG GWA

Statistically - Scored one goal for two points ... took 10 shots placing three on goal. Other Highlights - Recorded game-winning goal in overtime at Eastern Washington.

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igh School: A 2006 graduate of Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland, Calif. … a four-year member and starter for Dragons varsity squad as a midfielder/forward. Honors - team captain senior year ... four-time All-HAAL (Hayward Area Athletic League). Notable rankings - Team: led in goals as a freshman with eight, led in points as a sophomore with 38, and led in assists as a junior with 17. Statistically - Recorded 10 goals and 17 assists as a senior ... during fouryear career recorded 33 goals and 64 assists. Other Highlights - Team won two league titles and placed second twice ... team went 17-2-3 senior year and 73-11-10 in four years ... also lettered in track ... high school coach was JT Hanley. Club - Played club ball for Bay Oaks Soccer Club of Oakland, Calif. … club coach was Kevin Boyd.

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cademics: Majoring in communication, mass media emphasis ... two-time Academic All-WAC team honoree.

Question and Answer with Kaylea ...

Perenon’s Stats 2006

Class: Senior Height: 5-5 Hometown: Oakland, California High School: Bishop O’Dowd

2009

Total

-

58/45

-

5

1

-

4

9

3

-

14

9

11

-

23

1

1

0

-

2

0

1

1

-

2

Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would visit all of the countries that my ancestors are from Spain, Africa, France, and Ireland. I think that is important to know where my roots are from. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My mom has been the biggest influence because she is the one who got me to those practices and always had my breakfast ready when I got up. She was always working so hard to make sure I was ready for practices and games. She is always there for me. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is?

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A: My great-uncle was the first African American superior court judge in Alameda County as well the first African American mayor of Oakland from 1978 until 1990. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My God-brother played soccer, and I wanted to do anything he was doing. My parents signed me up, and I must have enjoyed playing. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My hero is my dad. Growing-up on the sidelines of his football program, and going through all of his experiences, was the best time of my life besides playing college ball myself. I was always just in awe of how he ran his teams, and how his guys would respond to

him. To this day all I want is to make my dad proud of me. Q: Your motto is? A: During your life, never stop dreaming. No one can take you away from your dreams. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Passionate. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: Working past barriers. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: When I came on my visit, I had a good time. The scenery is completely different than what I had been used to living in California. I


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felt comfortable while on my stay. I just felt like the people I met here were sincere people and made me feel like I would succeed here. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: I think the adjustment from living at home with my family to living in another state that is completely different than what I am used to was the most surprising situation. Also to see how all the people on the team come from different places all over the country and world, but we all have one thing in common. And that is, we love and play soccer. I think that alone, is such a great thing. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: I have learned how to become more independent, since I am from another state. I have learned about different people that come from different backgrounds than I do. I think I have had to push myself to open up to people, which is something I don’t often do. It has been good for me.

A: That the entire city surrounds itself around the University especially the athletics. There is a lot of support from the community towards the University. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: I think that they work very hard and are putting the team in the best situations to grow and develop. I have felt that way throughout my entire time here. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: I like that we can laugh and joke with each other but also have a good time even during practice. It’s always intense, but if something funny happens, we can laugh about it and enjoy our time together. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: As far as our team, Utah State and Fresno State. Those two games will be good ones this coming season.

Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is?

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Malia Hendrix

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Defender - Second Year

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ophomore (2008): In General - Started in all 20 games played as a defender. Statistically - Recorded two assists for two total points ... placed seven of 10 shots on target. Other Highlights - Served up the game-winning assists against VMI in Flagstaff, Ariz., and at Idaho. reshman (2007): In General - Played at the University of Montana ... started 10-of-17 games played at forward and midfielder. Statistically - Recorded one goal and one assist for three total points ... took 14 shots placing six on target.

Class: Junior Height: 5-6 Hometown: Boise, Idaho High School: Timberline Previous College: Montana (2007)

igh School: In General - 2007 graduate of Timberline High School in Boise. Honors - Named 2006 Southern Idaho Conference Player of Year ... first-team All-SIC and Academic All-State honors for three straight years. Club - Played club ball for Boise Capitals Soccer Club ... team won four straight state cup titles and advanced to quarterfinals of the Far West regional twice. cademics: Majoring in elementary education ... Academic AllWAC as a sophomore.

Question and Answer with Malia ...

Hendrix’s Stats 2007* GP/GS

2008

17/10 20/20

2009

2010

Total

-

-

37/30

Goals

1

0

-

-

1

Assists

1

2

-

-

3

Points

3

2

-

-

5

SOG

6

7

-

-

13

GWG

0

0

-

-

0

GWA

0

1

-

-

1

* = Montana stats

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Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I’ve always wanted to go to Ireland. My family is Irish and my grandparents have been there a few times. I’d love to go with my grandma when I graduate.

Q: When you were growing up, what brought/drew you to soccer? A: I think I tried every sport when I was little but I had the most fun with soccer. When I got older the other sports started to drop off and soccer was the last one standing.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents because they’ve always supported me even if they sometimes disagree with my decisions. I value my dad’s opinions about sports because he’s been through what I’m going through now.

Q: Your hero in life is? A: People who stand up for what they believe in.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I’m very independent and stubborn, but I am also a big goofball, very loyal and up for anything. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Track and I enjoy watching hockey.

Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: Gray’s Anatomy and One Tree Hill. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A chef and a veterinarian. Q: Your motto is? A: You always have to try something once. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Dorky. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: Malia who?

Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: It’s my hometown and I’ve always had a lot of pride for Boise and the Broncos. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: I’m surprised about how fast it’s going. I never thought it would be over so quick. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: My favorite classes are my education classes. They’re always so much fun and the people in the classes are amazing. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: There is always something fun going on, you just have to be willing to try new things. Q: Your favorite thing about the city of Boise is? A: Community; Boise puts on a lot of events and it’s amazing to see how much support there is around here.


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Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: The coaches know how to have a good time and joke around with us. It’s not always serious. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: I feel that we are all one unit on and

off the field. You never feel like you’re the freshman or the senior. Everyone gets along well. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Hawaii and Fresno State.

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Cheyenne Jones

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Midfielder - Third Year

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ophomore (2008): In General - Started 15 of the 20 games played as a midfielder. Statistically - Scored two goals for four points ... placed seven-of-15 shots on target. Notable rankings Recorded third-fastest consecutive goals in Bronco history scoring two 2:57 apart against UL Monroe in Flagstaff, Ariz. Other Highlights - Both goals came against UL Monroe.

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reshman (2007): In General - Started 18-of-19 matches played in midfield ... first action as a Bronco came as a starter in season opener versus Portland State in Reno, Nev. Statistically Recorded three goals and four assists for 10 total points ... placed 14-of21 shots on goal. Notable rankings - Team: tied for fourth in goals, tied for third in assists, fourth in points, and team-high two game-winning assists ... recorded fifth fastest goal to start a game in program history scoring at 1:10 versus Louisiana Tech. Other Highlights - First career goal came against Oregon State ... other goals came at Louisiana Tech and versus Nevada ... recorded game-winning assists at Montana and at San Jose State.

Class: Junior Height: 5-3 Hometown: Aloha, Oregon High School: Hillsboro

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igh School: In General - 2007 graduate of Hillsboro High School in Hillsboro, Ore. ... four-year starter in midfield for Spartans’ varsity team. Honors - Three-time all-metro team honoree, first team all-conference as a senior ... honorable mention all-state as a junior and first team honoree senior season ... named Gatoraide Rookie of the Year as a freshman. Statistically - Scored a combined 29 goals junior (11) and senior (18) seasons to lead league each year. Other Highlights - Also lettered in tennis and basketball ... high school coach was John Wallace. Club - Played club ball for FC Portland U-15 through U-18 ... started in midfield for four years ... won four consecutive state championships to advance to the Far West Regional, reached semifinals in 2004 and 2007, while making the final in 2005 ... club coach was Steve Anchetta.

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cademics: Majoring in visual art.

Question and Answer with Cheyenne ...

Jones’ Stats 2007 GP/GS

2008

19/18 20/15

2009

2010

Total

-

-

39/33

Goals

3

2

-

-

5

Assists

4

0

-

-

4

Points

10

4

-

-

14

SOG

14

7

-

-

21

GWG

0

0

-

-

0

GWA

2

0

-

-

2

Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Nimbin, Australia because it has one of the most alternative lifestyle communities in the world and it is a rainbow region on the eastern edge of an extinct volcano.

A: I have a twin sister Sheridan, and we both play D1 soccer.

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Blow.

Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Tennis.

Q: Your favorite TV Show is? A: Friends.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My Mom. She is the most passionate mother and the best Mom anyone could ask for. She bends over backwards two times more than anyone for the children in my family. I am so blessed to have her in my life and one day I want to follow her footsteps into the being the best I can be.

Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My Mom and older sister Hailey influenced me most, they helped me get into soccer.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is?

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Q: Your hero in life is? A: My Mom, I look up to her with every fiber of my being, I wish I could somehow express to her how much she has made an impact in my life and to thank and love her always.

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A veterinarian. Q: Your motto is? A: Hard work is beautiful. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Charismatic. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Having Faith Beyond the Clouds.”


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Q: If you could spend one day in history it would be with what historical figure and why? A: Jim Morrison because he is one of the best known lyricist and singer of a great and legendary band, The Doors. He is also is vastly considered to be one of the most graceful front men in rock music history. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I came to Boise State because of the passion I have for soccer and wanting to take it to that next level at which I thought Boise State would best fit my ability to achieve that. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How hectic our schedule can be and how we have to arrange all of our classes to best fit our soccer and weights schedule to have enough time to eat and sleep. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: Art 108 because it was the best class to really get your mind to think and to express yourself outside the box in an extremely conceptual manner.

Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: Giving 100% all the time in class and on the field will benefit you immensely in the stream of things. Q: Your favorite thing about the city of Boise is? A: How slow the traffic is and how awesome the North End of Boise is. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They all know how to cater to each person on our team in general and know how to deal with all of our revolving personalities and playing styles. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: How tight knit we all are and the fact that we all have different personalities, but at the end the day love each other no matter what. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Utah State and Hawaii.

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Tara Roetter

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Defender - Second Year

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ophomore (2008): In General - Started nine of the 18 games played ... moved from midfield role to one as a defender. Statistically - Recorded two assists for two points ... placed twoof-four shots on target. Other Highlights - First action as a Bronco came as a starter in season opener versus Northwest Nazarene ... dished out assists versus Idaho and VMI.

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reshman (2007): In General - Played for Biola University, an NAIA school in La Mirada, Calif. ... one of three players to start all 16 games for the Eagles, competed as outside midfielder. Statistically - Recorded one goal and four assists for six points ... took 10 shots placing seven (70 pct.) on goal. Notable rankings - Team: ranked first in assists and third points ... League: third in assists.

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Class: Junior Height: 5-3 Hometown: Hayden Lake, Idaho High School: Coeur d’Alene Previous College: Biola (2007)

d’Alene, Idaho ... four-year starter for the Vikings’ varsity team. Honors - Named North Idaho Player of the Year and Inland Empire Most Valuable Player as senior ... three-time all-conference honoree, first team junior and senior years ... team MVP as a junior and offensive MVP as a senior. Other Highlights - Led team to 17-4-1 overall record, league crown, and Idaho 5A state title as a senior ... scored game-winning goal in state championship match ... high school coach was Tarragh Carr ... also lettered in basketball. Club - played club ball for Coeur d’Alene Sting Soccer Club ... team advanced to state championship match last two years, winning it as a U-18 ... club coach was Mark Poorboy.

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cademics: Majoring in K-12 physical education ... 2008 Academic All-WAC honoree.

igh School: In General - A native of Hayden Lake, Idaho, she is a 2007 graduate of Coeur d’Alene High School in Coeur

Question and Answer with Tara ...

Roetter’s Stats 2007*

2008

2009

2010

Total

GP/GS

16/16

18/9

-

-

34/25

Goals

1

0

-

-

1

Assists

4

2

-

-

6

Points

6

2

-

-

8

SOG

7

2

-

-

9

GWG

0

0

-

-

0

GWA

NA

0

-

-

0

* = Biola stats

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Q; If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would like to go to Germany or Austria. The movie “Sound of Music” has always made me want to visit there and to see all of the historical places. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: I would have to say my family. I look up to each one of them in some sort of way and would not be who I am without them. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I enjoy going fishing. I used to go with my dad all the time when I was young. He would bribe me with candy.

Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Basketball, I played for 8 years. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My mom and sister first coached me in 4th grade on a park & rec soccer team while my dad coached me in basketball. So I was always torn between which sport I liked best. As I got into middle school and high school I ended up having more of a passion for soccer and knew it was the right sport for me because of my size. Q: Your favorite movie is? A: The Ultimate Gift. It reminds you of what is important in life.

Q: Your favorite T.V. show is? A: House. Q: Your motto is? A: The tough things in life will only make you stronger. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Small. I have always been “the little one.” I have never had size on my side. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Good Things Come In Small Packages.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: To challenge myself and see if I could play at this level. Also, I like being in my home state and being able to see my family.


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Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How independent you have to be and how much you grow up being on your own. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: Anything that is not math. My strength is definitely reading and writing. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: How to budget my time between class, studying, eating, sleeping, soccer, and my social life. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general?

A: They tell you how it is. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: Our ability to be able to have fun and still work hard. Q: Do you have a nickname that your teammates gave you? What is it and why that name? A: I am usually just called “T” Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: As of right now, Utah State and there has always been a rivalry with Idaho and Idaho State.

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Shannon Saxton

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Forward - Third Year

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reseason Note: Saxton is the 2009 Western Athletic Conference Preseason Player of the Year and a member of the preseason All-WAC team for the second straight season. In two years Saxton has written her name into the Bronco record book. She is ranked among the top-10 in 46 of 59 statistical categories. She holds 27 school records including match records for goals with four (tied for first) and points with nine. Some of her season records include most goals with 17, most assists with eight, and most points with 39. Career records include most assists with 13, most multi-assist games with three, and tied for first in most multi-goal games with five.

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ophomore (2008): In General - Started at forward during the 20 games she played. Honors - Preseason All-WAC team ... postseason second-team All-WAC ... WAC Offensive Player of the Week for Sept. 1. Statistically - Recorded six goals and eight assists for 20 points ... placed 26-of-57 shots on goal. Notable rankings Team: Tied for first in goals, led in assists and points ... League: First in assists, tied for seventh in goals, and third in points. Other Highlights - Scored game-winning goal against UL Monroe in Flagstaff, Ariz. ... dished out game-winning assists versus Eastern Washington in Boise and at Nevada ... recorded double-assist games against Eastern Washington, UL Monroe, and Nevada.

Saxton’s Stats 2007 GP/GS

2008

19/18 20/20

F

2009

2010

Total

-

-

39/38

Goals

17

6

-

-

23

Assists

5

8

-

-

13

Points

39

20

-

-

59

SOG

30

26

-

-

56

GWG

4

1

-

-

5

GWA

1

2

-

-

3

28 - Junior Profile: Shannon Saxton

reshman (2007): In General - Started at forward in 18-of-19 games played. Honors - Western Athletic Conference Freshman

Class: Junior Height: 5-5 Hometown: Beaverton, Oregon High School: Beaverton

of the Year and first-team All-WAC honoree ... WAC Offensive Player of the Week a school record three times in one season. Statistically - Recorded 17 goals with five assists for 39 points ... took 52 shots placing 57.7 percent or 30 on goal. Notable rankings - Team: Led in goals and points, led in game-winning goals with four, and tied for first in assists ... League: Led in goals and points ... National: Ranked sixth for points per game at 2.05, ninth in total points, fourth in goals per game at .895, and tied for sixth in goals scored. Other Highlights - First action as a Bronco came as a starter in season opener versus Portland State in Reno, Nev., when she recorded two goals and game-winning assist.

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igh School: In General - 2007 graduate of Beaverton High School in Beaverton, Ore. ... four-year member and three-year starter at forward for Beavers’ varsity team. Statistically - Scored 50 goals and dished out 16 assists throughout prep career ... recorded 21 goals as a junior followed by 11 goals and 11 assists as a senior. Honors - Three-time All-Metro League honoree, first-team recognition junior and senior seasons ... two-time all-state as a junior and senior ... team MVP junior year. Other Highlights - Also lettered in track and field ... high school soccer coach was Brittini Estep-Carmichael. Club - Played club ball for FC Portland U-15 through U-18 ... club coach was Steve Anchetta.

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cademics: Majoring in communication ... two-time Academic All-WAC honoree.

Question and Answer with Shannon... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Italy mainly because of the food.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: That I cry in almost every movie I see.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My mom because she’s not only my mother but also my best friend. I can talk to her about anything and she always gives the best advice.

Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Even though it hurts me to say, football. If it’s a close game its always so intense and entertaining. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/

drew you to soccer? A: My parents started putting me on kick and chase teams when I was 3 or 4. I tried out several different sports, but soccer was the only one that stuck. It’s the only sport I’ve ever truly been passionate about. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My grandpa Rex. At a young age he taught me so many important things about hard work and commitment. He always made sure to


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: The Hangover. So funny.

Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: That going away from home really makes you grow up. I would suggest it for anybody looking to go to college.

Q: Your motto is? A: Everything happens for a reason.

Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: The downtown area.

Q: One word that best describes you? A: Passionate.

Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They never settle for less than what we can do. They set goals for the team and won’t be satisfied unless these goals are reached.

make it to my soccer games and support me the best that he could.

Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “I Have Eight Fingers.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: The town, the campus, the coaching staff. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: My Psych 101 class sophomore year because we learned so many interesting things and professor Henderson was really entertaining.

Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: All of our personalities click. This year there was immediate chemistry between all of the freshmen and returners. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Hawaii and Utah State.

Junior Profile: Shannon Saxton - 29


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Jayne murray

8

Midfielder - Third Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - Played in five games as a reserve midfielder. Statistically - Played 23 minutes at Saint Mary’s and 19 against Seattle.

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edshirt (2007): In General - Used redshirt season during 2007.

igh School: In General - 2007 graduate of John G. Diefenbaker High School in Calgary, Alberta ... played three years of soccer in high school primarily as a midfielder. Honors - As a freshman received the Dorothy Hagerman award for sportsmanship, dedication, and citizenship ... as a junior named soccer MVP and female athlete of the year ... team captain senior year. Other Highlights - Also member of basketball, volleyball, and field hockey teams. Club - Played club ball for the South West United Football Club of Calgary,

Class: Sophomore (2007 Redshirt) Height: 5-5 Hometown: Calgary, Alberta High School: Diefenbaker

Alberta, throughout high school years ... played three years for the SWU Storm U-16 through U-18 and the SWU Premiers prior to that (U-15 and younger) ... U-18 squad won the 2006 Alberta Premier Division provincial championship and placed fifth at nationals ... U-16 team placed second at the Alberta Premier Division provincial championships ... club coaches were Rick Luciani, Maurice Gilet, and Raf Premji ... spent two years on the Alberta Soccer Association provincial team from 2003-04 ... member of the south Alberta winter training team.

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cademics: Majoring in graphic design.

ersonal: Third Canadian and fourth international player to compete for Boise State.

Question and Answer with Jayne... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Japan! Sounds like an adventure.

Murray’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

5/0

-

-

-

5/0

Goals

0

-

-

-

0

Assists

0

-

-

-

0

Points

0

-

-

-

0

SOG

0

-

-

-

0

GWG

0

-

-

-

0

GWA

0

-

-

-

0

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: Coach Russell has been a big influence these past years. His passion drives me. It’s because of him I have improved so much as an athlete. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Basketball, field hockey and wrestling, it’s a three way tie I can’t decide. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My older sister started playing and my parents told me to give it a try for a season or two.

30 - Sophomore Profile: Jayne Murray

Q: Your hero in life is? A: My mom and dad. Q: Your motto is? A: Fake it till you make it. Q; One word that best describes you? A: Honest. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: Having an opportunity to play in the United States at an NCAA division I school is not an everyday break for athletes from Canada. I loved the city and the coaching staff, not to mention the good weather! Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: Having our own scoreboards, clean cut grass, team locker room and above average equipment overwhelmed me as a freshmen.

I didn’t realize our team would have a weight coach and trainers to help us either. I really do think it’s something else that we have all these things. Q: Your favorite thing about the city of Boise is? A: How close everything is. The campus is next to the river which is next to downtown. Boise is a very pretty and polite city. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: Their sense of humor. Everyone can poke fun at one another. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: Probably the same thing about our coaches. We can all laugh, even when we are working we can find a moment to relieve the stress.


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Tiffany Hall-Johnson Defender - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - Played in one game during the year coming in off the bench in a reserve role as defender against UL Monroe in Flagstaff, Ariz.

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igh School: In General - 2008 graduate of Boise High School in Boise, Idaho ... three-year member of the Braves’ varsity team ... started last two seasons at center back. Honors - Two-time All-Southern Idaho Conference honoree, first team recognition as a senior ... team captain as a senior ... team defensive MVP as a junior and player of the year senior season. Other Highlights - Led team to

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Class: Sophomore Height: 5-3 Hometown: Boise, Idaho High School: Boise

three-straight state tournament appearances ... high school coach was Chris Siegenthaler ... also a academic standout as a three-time academic all-state member, three-time member of the honor roll, and graduated in the top-two percent of her class. Club - Played club ball for Les Bois Soccer Club of Boise ... started four years as a defender ... club coach was Brian Smith.

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cademics: Majoring in communication with an emphasis in journalism and broadcasting.

Question and Answer with Tiffany... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Italy and Rome … you need to experience cultures worldwide before you can learn to appreciate diversity, and many origins began in this area! Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: Most definitely my mom. She has inspired me to be not only a strong woman, but a beautiful person as well. She means the world to me. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I have the same birthday as my Dad! Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Basketball … if I wasn’t so short! Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: The orange slices and snacks at the end of every game … who can resist free food?

Q: Your hero in life is? A: Once again … my mom! Without her I would be absolutely nothing at this point and time in my life. Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Forrest Gump. Q: Your favorite T.V. show is? A: Millionaire Matchmaker. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A judge. Q: Your motto is? A: “Live simply so others can simply live.” Q: One word that best describes you? A: Sarcastic. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Getting by One Step at a Time.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: The success and competitive nature of the soccer team.

Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: Believe it or not … I love English! Writing is something I really enjoy. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: Your teammates are your best friends. Being an athlete is tons of fun around campus. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: The diverse changes in seasons allow everyone to get a taste of all types of weather.

Hall-Johnson’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

1/0

-

-

-

1/0

Goals

0

-

-

-

0

Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: We’re like a family. Everyone is there for every teammate all of the time. I love them!

Assists

0

-

-

-

0

Points

0

-

-

-

0

SOG

0

-

-

-

0

GWG

0

-

-

-

0

Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Fresno State and Hawaii.

GWA

0

-

-

-

0

Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They have great choices in food.

Sophomore Profile: Hall-Johnson - 31


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Jayne Murray

32 - Sophomore Profiles: Jayne Murray and Tiffany Hall-Johnson

Tiffany Hall-Johnson


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Brandy Hickcox

7

Midfielder - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - Played in 20 games with eight starts in the midfield. Honors - Second-team All-WAC. Statistically - Recorded two goals for four points ... placed nineof-24 shots on goal. Notable rankings - Team: Tied for fifth in goals and seventh in points. Other Highlights - First action as a Bronco was against Northwest Nazarene in the season opener ... first start was against Utah State ... first goal was the game-winner at Northern Colorado ... also scored against San Jose State in WAC Tournament.

Class: Sophomore Height: 5-3 Hometown: Boise, Idaho High School: Capital

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igh School: In General - 2008 graduate of Capital High School in Boise, Idaho ... three-year member of the Eagles’ varsity team. Honors - As a junior earned Idaho’s 2006 Gatorade Player of the Year by scoring the most goals in a season in team history (43) ... earned first-team all-state, All-Southern Idaho Conference, and District III Player of the Year honors during her career ... high school coach was Casey Marlenee. Club - Played club ball for Les Bois United of Boise ... club coach was Michael Mollay.

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cademics: Majoring in health science studies.

Question and Answer with Brandy... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Hawaii, because I love the sun and ocean, and we have close family/friends that live there.

Q: Your hero in life is? A: Mrs. Hammers, my first grade teacher.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents because they have been there for me for everything, and have pushed me to make me who I am today.

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A doctor.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I use to downhill ski race, until I quit to play soccer.

Q: One word that best describes you? A: Competitive.

Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Skiing. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: I started to play in grade school with the boys, and I got more and more interested in it.

Q: Your favorite T.V. show is? A: Full House.

Q: Your motto is? A: Don’t just say it, do it!

Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Wrecking Ball.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I wanted to stay local and close to my family. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How tired I am all the time, and how I have

no time for anything but soccer and school. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: My lifting classes, I love to workout. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: It takes a lot of dedication to keep up on everything. Q: Your favorite thing about the city of Boise is? A: Bogus Basin (ski resort) is 15 miles away. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They have our backs when it comes to everything. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: We all get along, and support each other.

Hickcox’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

20/8

-

-

-

20/8

Goals

2

-

-

-

2

Assists

0

-

-

-

0

Points

4

-

-

-

4

SOG

9

-

-

-

9

GWG

1

-

-

-

1

GWA

0

-

-

-

0

Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Utah State and Idaho State.

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FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Molly Hill

17

Forward - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - Played in 15 of the team’s 20 matches as a reserve forward. Statistically - Scored one goal for two points on the season ... placed three of six shots on goal. Other Highlights - First action as a Bronco came in season opener against Northwest Nazarene on Aug. 22 ... scored first career goal at Montana.

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igh School: In General - 2008 graduate of Eastlake High School in Sammamish, Wash. ... three-year member of Wolves varsity team ... started at forward last two seasons. Honors - Twotime honorable mention All-KingCo Conference honoree ... team captain as senior. Statistically - In three seasons competed in 58 matches with 49 starts accumulating 20 goals and 18 assists, including eight goals and six assists as a senior. Other Highlights - Senior season led

Class: Sophomore Height: 5-10 Hometown: Sammamish, Washington High School: Eastlake

team to an undefeated campaign at 19-0-0, the KingCo Conference title, the 4A Washington state championship, and a national team ranking of six by the NSCAA ... during three-year varsity career Eastlake High went 45-7-5 overall and 31-5-4 in league ... team placed third at state junior season ... high school coach was Chuck Krieble ... also competed in track, earning three letters running the 4x200 and 4x1600 relays, and the 400 meter dash. CLUB - played club ball for both the FC Alliance ‘89 Gold of Bothell, Wash., U17-U18 and Crossfire ‘89 Williams of Redmond, Wash., U15-U16 ... was a four-year starter at both the forward (U16-U18) and midfield (U15) positions.

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cademics: Majoring in sociology ... academic All-WAC as freshman.

Question and Answer with Molly... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Africa because I think going on a safari would be the sweetest thing ever.

Hill’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

15/0

-

-

-

15/0

Goals

1

-

-

-

1

Assists

0

-

-

-

0

Points

2

-

-

-

2

SOG

3

-

-

-

3

GWG

0

-

-

-

0

GWA

0

-

-

-

0

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: Don Bartel. He taught at my high school and taught me a lot about myself and how life should be lived. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I went to the Winter Olympics in 2002 in Utah and went to the bobsled, solemn ski and giant ski jump. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My parents put me in it when I was little and then it just started to become part of my life. Q: Your hero in life is?

34 - Sophomore Profile: Molly Hill

A: My parents. Q: Your favorite movie is? A: I don’t have one single favorite movie but my favorite genre is romantic comedies. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A professional soccer player or a doctor. Q: Your motto is? A: “When you do something, you should burn yourself completely, like a good bonfire, leaving no trace of yourself.” Q: One word that best describes you? A: I asked my teammates because I had no idea how to describe myself and the word they chose was jolly. So I guess now I’m Jolly Molly. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “True Life…I have long fingers.”

Q: If you could spend one day in history it would be with what historical figure and why? A: Walt Disney because Disneyland is the happiest place on Earth. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: That I could manage to sleep on a mattress on Chelsea and Ashley’s floor for a full semester with post soccer/weights socks walking across it, crumbs spilled on it and Chelsea’s sneezes misted on it. Q: Your favorite thing about the city of Boise is? A: The people. Everyone here is so nice and friendly. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: How much we laugh and have fun together. Also, we work hard for each other and do all we can to not let anyone down.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Brandy Hickcox

Molly Hill

Sophomore Profiles: Brandy Hickcox and Molly Hill - 35


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Janelle Jin

15

Midfielder - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - Started in three matches while playing in a total of 19 contests ... saw time primarily as a reserve midfielder ... suffered late season injury forcing her to miss final two contests at conference tournament. Statistically - Recorded two goals and one assist for five points ... placed six-of-13 shots on target. Notable rankings - Team: tied for fifth on the team in goals and points. Other Highlights - First action as a Bronco was in season opener against Northwest Nazarene in Boise on Aug. 22 ... first start was at Idaho on Oct. 19 ... first goal was the game-winner against Idaho State in the Governor’s Cup in Moscow, Idaho, Sept. 5 ... also scored the game-winner at Nevada, Oct. 26.

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Class: Sophomore Height: 5-3 Hometown: Castro Valley, California High School: Castro Valley

for the Trojans varsity team. Honors - Earned second-team all-league recognition three times sophomore through senior seasons ... team honors include offensive and team MVP as a junior and team MVP as a senior ... team captain as a senior. Statistically - Recorded 12 goals and nine assists senior year. Other Highlights - Team won league title senior season with a 16-0 mark while going 25-2-3 overall. Club - Played club ball for the Pleasanton Rage Soccer Club of Pleasanton, Calif.

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cademics: Majoring in health science studies ... academic allWAC as a freshman.

igh School: In General - 2008 graduate of Castro Valley High School in Castro Valley, Calif. ... three-year starter in midfield

Question and Answer with Janelle...

Jin’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

19/3

-

-

-

19/3

Goals

2

-

-

-

2

Assists

1

-

-

-

1

Points

5

-

-

-

5

SOG

6

-

-

-

6

GWG

2

-

-

-

2

GWA

0

-

-

-

0

Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Brazil because their lifestyle is so different from ours and I would like to experience how exotic and beautiful it is there.

through so much in his life and he still puts up a hard fight and never complains.

close with some girls that I would have never expected.

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A veterinarian.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents because they made me into the person I am today and I thank them for being so supportive and loving to me.

Q: Your motto is? A: Live life like it was your last day.

Q: Your favorite thing about the city of Boise is? A: How everyone is so nice.

Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: When I was little, I loved the feeling after I made a good play or scored a goal and I think that is why I love it so much because it is so rewarding.

Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “The Perspective from a Driven Girl.”

Q: Your hero in life is? A: My Mom because she always has so much on her plate, yet she gets everything done that needs to be. My Dad because he has gone

36 - Sophomore Profile: Janelle Jin

Q: One word that best describes you? A: Optimistic.

Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: Soccer and how quaint the town was and how different it is from California. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How I’ve become best friends and so

Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: How intense, supportive, and compassionate they are towards the team. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: How everybody’s personality meshes so well and we always have a good time no matter where we are. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Utah State and Idaho State.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Serena Montoya Defender - Second Year

F

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reshman (2008): In General - Played in nine matches earning one start ... played primarily as a reserve defender. Statistically - Played a season high 81 minutes versus California. Other Highlights - First action as a Bronco came in season opener against Northwest Nazarene in Boise on Aug. 22 ... first career start was against California, Sept. 14.

the varsity team. Honors - Earned second-team all-league recognition as a junior. Other Highlights - Named an AP Scholar and member of honor roll ... high school coach was David Paynter. Club - Played club ball for the Littleton Soccer Club of Littleton, Colo. ... four-time club captain ... club coach was Hossein Kazemi ... also participated in the Colorado Olympic Development Program.

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igh School: In General - 2008 graduate of Cherry Creek High School in Greenwood Village, Colo. ... three-year member of

Class: Sophomore Height: 5-3 Hometown: Centennial, Colorado High School: Cherry Creek

cademics: Majoring in health science studies.

Question and Answer with Serena... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would go to Spain because that is where my family is from. The first time I went there I was only two months old.

Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: Gossip Girl.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents because they have always been there as a constant support system.

Q: Your motto is? A: Don’t sweat the petty things or pet the sweaty things.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I do not have a gall bladder. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: I like to watch football and play tennis with my family.

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: An actress.

Q: One word that best describes you? A: Outrageous. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Hola. Me llamo Serena Montoya.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I wanted to play soccer here.

Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My older sister played and I wanted to be just like her.

Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How incredibly close I have become with all of my friends in such a short amount of time.

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Mean Girls.

Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: English because I love to read and write.

Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: A lot about time management and prioritizing. Q: Your favorite thing about the city of Boise is? A: How close and friendly everyone in the community seems to be. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They are always there to take care of us. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: The bond that we all have. Q: Do you have a nickname that your teammates gave you? What is it and why that name? A: Re. Because its easier than saying Serena. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: For our team I would say Hawaii and Utah State.

Montoya’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

9/1

-

-

-

9/1

Goals

0

-

-

-

0

Assists

0

-

-

-

0

Points

0

-

-

-

0

SOG

0

-

-

-

0

GWG

0

-

-

-

0

GWA

0

-

-

-

0

Sophomore Profile: Serena Montoya - 37


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Janelle Jin

38 - Sophomore Profiles: Janelle Jin and Serena Montoya

Serena Montoya


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Mandy Nader

10

Defender - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - Started 13 of the 21 games she played in ... one of six Broncos to play in every contest ... saw time primarily as a defender. Statistically - Took five shots placing two on goal ... played 90 minutes in seven matches. Other Highlights - First action in the blue was in the season opener versus Northwest Nazarene in Boise on Aug. 22 ... first career start was in second game against Eastern Washington Aug. 24.

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igh School: In General - A 2008 graduate of Orange Lutheran High School in Orange, Calif. ... three-year starter in midfield for the Lancers’ varsity squad. Honors - Two-time All-Trinity League honoree ... named second-team all-region as a senior ... team

Class: Sophomore Height: 5-5 Hometown: Orange, California High School: Orange Lutheran

captain as a senior. Statistically - Recorded three goals and 10 assists in senior campaign. Other Highlights - Helped team to share of two league titles in three seasons and a CIF championship as a sophomore ... high school coach was Del Montel ... academic standout, three-time scholar athlete and member of the High Honor Roll. Club - Played club ball for Laguna Hills Eclipse Soccer Club of Laguna Hills, Calif. ... four-year starter in defense ... advanced to state finals junior year ... four-time Far West Region participants ... club coach was Ben Helm.

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cademics: Majoring in health promotion ... academic all-WAC as a freshman.

Question and Answer with Mandy... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would go to Lebanon. It is not too safe to travel there at this point in time, but my heritage is Lebanese and I think it would be fun and interesting to see what it is like. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents have been the biggest influence in my life. They have always taken care of me with a supportive attitude. They have taught me to never give up and that hardwork is key to a successful and fulfilling life. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: To be honest, I have no idea. I was not interested in soccer at all when I was younger. I was a dancer and a gymnast and when I was old enough to play sports in grade school, my attitude changed and I have played soccer ever since. Q: Your hero in life is?

A: My friends. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: Cowgirl or Jockey. Q: Your motto is? A: Candy makes everything better! Q: One word that best describes you? A: Quirky. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “I Love Orange County.” Q: If you could spend one day in history it would be with what historical figure and why? A: I would spend my day with Neil Armstrong so I could go to the moon. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I liked the college town feel, my coaches, and of course soccer. Q: What has surprised you most about college

and why? A: How close of friends I made so fast. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: University 101 because all my friends were in it and it was a fun and relaxed class atmosphere. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: The importance of hard work and dedication. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They are fun and have a sense of humor. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: I can always count on a good laugh when I am with them.

Nader’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

21/13

-

-

-

21/13

Goals

0

-

-

-

0

Assists

0

-

-

-

0

Points

0

-

-

-

0

SOG

2

-

-

-

2

GWG

0

-

-

-

0

GWA

0

-

-

-

0

Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Utah State and Fresno State.

Sophomore Profile: Mandy Nader - 39


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Lindsay Roberts

3

Defender - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - One of three Broncos to start all 21 matches ... played center back. Honors - WAC AllTournament team ... team defensive MVP. Statistically - Recorded one assist ... placed two of five shots on goal. Other Highlights First action as a Bronco was in a starting role in season opener versus Northwest Nazarene in Boise on Aug. 22 ... recorded game-winning assist against UL Monroe in Flagstaff, Ariz.

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igh School: In General - A 2008 graduate of Richland High School in Richland, Wash. ... four-year starter as defender and/or midfielder for the Bombers’ varsity team. Honors - Three-time All-Columbia Basin League and all-area honoree, earning first-team recognition both as junior and senior ... first-team all-state as a senior

Class: Sophomore Height: 5-4 Hometown: Richland, Washington High School: Richland

and second-team as a junior ... named CBL Player of the Year and allarea MVP as a senior ... three-time team captain. Statistically - Recorded 26 goals and 14 assists during prep career including nine goals and six assists senior year. Other Highlights - Team won four consecutive league titles going 69-9 during that time span ... high school coach was Chris Smith ... outstanding student as a four-time member of honor roll, freshman class vice president, sophomore secretary, and executive council member senior year ... also lettered in basketball and track. Club - Played club ball for Spokane Shadow Soccer Club of Spokane, Wash. ... club coach was Sean Bushey.

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cademics: Majoring in general business ... named to Academic All-WAC Team as freshman.

Question and Answer with Lindsay... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Italy to visit my family and explore the wineries.

Roberts’ Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

21/21

-

-

-

21/21

Goals

0

-

-

-

0

Assists

1

-

-

-

1

Points

1

-

-

-

1

SOG

2

-

-

-

2

GWG

0

-

-

-

0

GWA

1

-

-

-

1

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My sister and brothers. I have learned so much from them growing up that I can’t imagine my life without them. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I share the same birthday as my 25 year old brother. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Basketball. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: It was the only sport my mom couldn’t coach me in.

40 - Sophomore Profile: Lindsay Roberts

Q: Your hero in life is? A: My grandpa. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A dentist….I even pulled out my cousin’s molar in the 5th grade! Q: Your motto is? A: Don’t wish things were easier…wish you were better. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Gregarious. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “The Not-So-Perfect Family.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: The program, coaching staff, campus and city. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: Art history…I found it so interesting and it

made me want to travel abroad and study art. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: Doing your own laundry sucks! Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: The downtown … especially Saturday morning market! Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: How down to earth they are. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: We all come from different parts of the country with different backgrounds and we all get along so well. Q: Do you have a nickname that your teammates gave you? What is it and why that name? A: Big foot…it’s pretty much self explanatory.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Mandy Nader

Lindsay Roberts

Sophomore Profiles: Mandy Nader and Lindsay Roberts - 41


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Chelsea Robinson

20

Forward / Midfielder - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - Played in all 21 matches earning 13 starts ... used primarily as a midfielder but also played up top. Statistically - Recorded three goals and three assists for nine points on the year ... placed five-of-17 shots on goal. Notable rankings - Team: Fourth in goals, second in assists and tied for third in points ... Record Book: recorded seventh fastest goal to start a match against Idaho at the 1:41 mark on Oct. 19. Other Highlights - First action in the blue was as a starter in the season opener versus Northwest Nazarene in Boise on Aug. 22 ... first career goal was against NNU ... also scored goals at Nevada and the game-winner at Idaho ... recorded game-winning assists against Idaho State versus San Jose State in the WAC Tournament.

Class: Sophomore Height: 5-3 Hometown: Portland, Oregon High School: Sunset

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igh School: In General - A 2008 graduate of Sunset High School in Portland, Ore. ... four-year starter at midfield and forward for the Apollos’ varsity team. Honors - Three-time All-Metro Conference honoree, earning first-team recognition senior year ... team captain senior season. Other Highlights - Also lettered in track ... high school coach was Ben Durano. Club - Played club ball for FC Portland Soccer Club of Portland, Ore. ... four-year starter ... team won State Cup once and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Far West Region tournament ... participated in the Oregon Olympic Development Program for three years.

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cademics: Majoring in history ... named to Academic All-WAC Team as freshman.

Question and Answer with Chelsea... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Ireland, because the landscape looks really beautiful. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents because they raised me.

Robinson’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

21/13

-

-

-

21/13

Goals

3

-

-

-

3

Assists

3

-

-

-

3

Points

9

-

-

-

9

SOG

5

-

-

-

5

GWG

1

-

-

-

1

GWA

2

-

-

-

2

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I have a twin sister.

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: Pro soccer player. Q: Your motto is? A: Live for today. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Competitive. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Story of my life.”

so fast. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: History because I like learning about the past. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: How to become organized. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: Protos (restaurant).

Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Football.

Q: If you could spend one day in history, it would be with what historical figure and why? A: JFK, because he was an influential president.

Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: All of my friends played with me.

Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I wanted to play soccer.

Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: How well we mesh.

Q: Your hero in life is? A: My family.

Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How close I have become with my friends

Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Idaho State and Hawaii.

42 - Sophomore Profile: Chelsea Robinson

Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: Their sense of humor.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Liz Ruiz

1

Goalkeeper - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): In General - Split time as starting goalkeeper with eight starts in nine games played. Statistically - Recorded a 1.03 goals against average allowing nine goals in nine contests ... 43 saves for a .827 save percentage on the year ... three shutouts ... record in goal was 4-4-1. Notable rankings - Team: top save percentage and goals against average ... League: Third in goals against average and save percentage. Record Book - save percentage ranked as third best in program history. Other Highlights - First action as a Bronco came as the starter against Weber State in Boise on Aug. 31 ... first victory in goal was against Idaho State, Sept. 5 ... recorded shutouts against UL Monroe, Idaho and Nevada.

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igh School: In General - A 2008 graduate of Capital High School in Boise, Idaho ... four-year starter in goal for the Eagles’ varsity squad. Honors - Two-time All-Southern Idaho Conference first

Class: Sophomore Height: 5-7 Hometown: Boise, Idaho High School: Capital

team honoree junior and senior seasons ... SIC Player of the Year as a senior ... two-time team captain ... team honors include player of the year as a sophomore, MVP as a junior, and player of the year and MVP as a senior. Statistically - Recorded 30 shutouts in prep career ... set school record for saves in a season with 169 as a sophomore, recorded 10 shutouts, 89 saves and a 0.89 goals against average as a senior. Other Highlights - Standout student, four-time member of the National Honors Society and a three-time All-SIC Academic team honoree ... also lettered in basketball ... high school coach was Casey Marlenee. Club - Played club ball for Boise Capitals Soccer Club of Boise, Idaho ... three-year starter in goal ... team won two state cups and advanced to the Far West Region quarterfinals in 2007.

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cademics: Majoring in physical therapy ... named to Academic All-WAC Team as freshman.

Question and Answer with Liz... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Egypt, I have always wanted to see the pyramids for myself. I would love to travel on camel back to see the pyramids of Giza, cruise down the Nile River, and see all the ancient ruins. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents. They have raised me into the person I have become today. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: All my friends wanted to play soccer so I decided I wanted to join as well and than became in love with the sport from then on forward. Q: Your motto is?

A: Our lives are not determined by what happens to us but by how we react to what happens, not by what life brings to us, but by the attitude we bring to life. A positive attitude causes a chain reaction of positive thoughts, events, & outcomes. It is a catalyst; a spark that creates extraordinary results. –Author Anon Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I felt BSU was the right fit for me. The coaching staff and other administration that works with the team were so passionate about helping the team develop and do well in every aspect of the program. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: I’ve learned how to manage my time with such a busy schedule.

Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: How many different recreational activities there are. You can go skiing or snowboarding and tubing in the winter; in the summer you can go boating, float the river, biking, and so much more. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They expect a lot out of the talented group of players we have on the team. They never let us settle for second best. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: The team always knows how to determine when it’s time to laugh and have a good time and when we need to focus in practice and games.

Ruiz’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

GP/GS

8/8

-

-

-

8/8

Min.

785

-

-

-

785

GA

9

-

-

-

9 1.03

GAA

Total

1.03

-

-

-

Saves

43

-

-

-

43

Record

4-4-1

-

-

-

4-4-1

3

-

-

-

3

Shutouts

Sophomore Profile: Liz Ruiz - 43


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Chelsea Robinson

44 - Sophomore Profiles: Chelsea Robinson and Liz Ruiz

Liz Ruiz


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Ashley Walsh

2

Midfielder - Second Year

F

reshman (2008): in General - Played in 19 matches with nine starts ... played primarily a defensive midfield role. Statistically - Placed four-of-11 shots on goal. Other Highlights - First action as a Bronco came as a starter in the season opener against Northwest Nazarene in Boise on Aug. 22.

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igh School: in General - 2008 graduate of Central Catholic High School of Vancouver, Wash. ... four-year member of the Rams’ varsity team as a midfielder and forward. Honors - two-time allconference and one-time all-state honoree ... 2006 OregonLive Player of

Class: Sophomore Height: 5-6 Hometown: Vancouver, Washington High School: Central Catholic

the Year and team MVP ... team captain as senior. Other Highlights - Led team to league title and state final as a senior ... high school coach was Geoff Skipper. Club - Played club ball for FC Portland of Portland, Ore. ... team won one Oregon State Cup championship and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Far West Regional tournament ... club coach was Steve Anchetta ... also participated in the Oregon Olympic Development Program for two years.

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cademics: Majoring in nursing ... named to Academic All-WAC Team as freshman.

Question and Answer with Ashley... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would go to Ireland because I’m Irish and I want to kiss the Blarney Stone. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents, they have always supported me and helped me achieve my dreams. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I don’t like chocolate. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: I like to watch baseball. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: I really like the team aspect of the sport. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My older brother Daniel. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A pediatrician.

Q: Your motto is? A: Laugh at the little things. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Happy. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “A Day in the Life of ShleeBag Jones.” Q: If you could spend one day in history, it would be with what historical figure and why? A: Anne Frank, I think it would be really interesting. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I really liked the school, the city, and the team, it felt comfortable. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How independent and organized you have to be. Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: Chemistry lab; its really interesting.

Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: I’m going to have the friends I’ve met here forever. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: How involved and safe the community is. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: The way they always take care of us. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: How close we are and how much we support each other. Q: Do you have a nickname that your teammates gave you? What is it and why that name? A: People just call me Shlee. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Utah State and Hawaii.

Walsh’s Stats 2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

GP/GS

19/9

-

-

-

19/9

Goals

0

-

-

-

0

Assists

0

-

-

-

0

Points

0

-

-

-

0

SOG

4

-

-

-

0

GWG

0

-

-

-

0

GWA

0

-

-

-

0

Sophomore Profile: Ashley Walsh - 45


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Megan Blanchard

23

Goalkeeper - Second Year

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edshirt (2008): In General - Did not play during the season ... used her redshirt year.

igh School: In General - 2008 graduate of San Joaquin Memorial High School in Fresno, Calif. ... four-year starting goalkeeper for the Panthers’ varsity squad. Honors - four-time member of the All-North Yosemite League first team ... three-time all-valley honoree, first-team recognition as a senior ... senior season named league and valley keeper of the year ... team captain senior year ... team honors include rookie of the year as a freshman, most improved sophomore year, defensive player of the year as a junior, and most valuable player senior season. Statistically - Holds school records for most saves in a

Class: Freshman (2008 Redshirt) Height: 5-7 Hometown: Fresno, California High School: San Joaquin

season and match, ranked second in career saves and shutouts ... holds region record for most saves in a match with 34. Other Highlights - Led team to four consecutive conference titles with 32-1 league record in four seasons ... high school coaches were Pat Evans and Mary-Tyler Wahl ... academic standout - four-time member of the California Scholastic Federation ... served four years in student government ... also lettered in track and field. Club - Played club ball for California Odyssey Soccer Club of Clovis, Calif. ... club coach was Jon Howerton.

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cademics: Majoring in business management.

Question and Answer with Megan...

Blanchard’s Stats 2009

2010

2011

2012

Total

GP/GS

-

-

-

-

-

Goals

-

-

-

-

-

Assists

-

-

-

-

-

Points

-

-

-

-

-

SOG

-

-

-

-

-

GWG

-

-

-

-

-

GWA

-

-

-

-

-

Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would go to Ireland because not only am I Irish, but I would love to see the culture there.

soccer and do well in school.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents because they have taught me how to be a good, honest person and to have morals.

Q: Your motto is? A: Greet each day with enthusiasm.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I want to be an interior designer and start my own line of interior goods when I grow up.

Q: If you could spend one day in history it would be with what historical figure and why? A: Walt Disney because he was a great man with a big imagination who inspired the whole world.

Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: I think the fact that I could run around with other kids kicking a ball caught my attention. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My best friend Rebecca. She has been through a brain tumor, brain surgeries and radiation and still continues to play collegiate

46 - Freshman Profile: Megan Blanchard

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: An architect.

Q: One word that best describes you? A: Outgoing.

Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I really liked the city of Boise and the soccer program. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How homesick I got!

Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: I loved Spanish class because I made a lot of good friends in that class and I love to speak Spanish. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: The two dollar movie theatre! and downtown. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: I like that I feel comfortable around all of my coaches. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: I like how we can all joke around and have a good time, but then when it comes to practice we can still focus and get everything done. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Fresno State and Hawaii.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Ashley Walsh

Megan Blanchard

Sophomore and Freshman Profiles: Ashley Walsh and Megan Blanchard - 47


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Catherine Leewaye

4

Midfielder - Second Year

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edshirt (2008): In General - Did not play during the season ... used her redshirt year.

igh School: In General - 2008 graduate of Centennial High School in Boise, Idaho ... three-year member of the Patriots’ varsity team. Honors - Two-time All-Southern Idaho Conference honoree. Other Highlights - Academic standout earning SIC All-Academic

Class: Freshman (2008 Redshirt) Height: 5-4 Hometown: Boise, Idaho High School: Centennial

team honors twice. Club - Played club ball for the Boise Capitals Soccer Club ... team won two straight Idaho State Cup championships and advanced to the Far West Region quarterfinals in 2007.

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cademics: Majoring in graphic design.

Question and Answer with Cat...

Leewaye’s Stats 2009

2010

2011

2012

Total

GP/GS

-

-

-

-

-

Goals

-

-

-

-

-

Assists

-

-

-

-

-

Points

-

-

-

-

-

SOG

-

-

-

-

-

GWG

-

-

-

-

-

GWA

-

-

-

-

-

Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: If I could go anywhere, Spain it would be. My family is Spanish and it’d be nice to get a feel for where they originated.

Q: Your hero in life is? A: My beautiful mother.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: Ah that’s easy, my mom. Hands down, this woman has impacted my life phenomenally more than anyone I have met or plan to meet.

Q: Your motto is? A: Seize the day.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I am blind. Well, not exactly but I’m definitely close. I have 20/800 vision and didn’t get my first pair of glasses till the third grade. My mom loves telling the story of the car ride home from the eye doctor when I kept saying, “Mountains? Since when were there mountains here.”

Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Soccer, Painting and Sweaty Palms.”

Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: Their passion for the sport and how they push us past the limits.

Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: It was a good fit for me academically, athletically and not too far from home.

Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: The girls. I couldn’t find a better group of girls.

Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: The reading!! I expected more than high school, obviously, but in no way was I prepared for the all-nighters knee deep in the books.

Q: Do you have a nickname that your teammates gave you? What is it and why that name? A: Smelly Cat because of some ridiculous song Pheobe sings in Friends.

Q: What’s your favorite class and why? A: Art, it’s a limitless subject that has always fascinated me.

Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Fresno State and Hawaii.

Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: Well I am one of three girls and since my poor dad never got his boy, cheer leading or dancing wasn’t really in the cards for us. So from an early age it was my dad who really encouraged me to participate in athletics and soccer was at the top of my list.

48 - Freshman Profile: Catherine Leewaye

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: An artist.

Q: One word that best describes you? A: Zealous.

Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: That you can’t rely on others to get things done. College is very different from high school in that way. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: How supportive the city is of Boise State University.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Brianne Favatella

25

Defender - First Year

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igh School: In General - A 2009 graduate of Pine Creek High School in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... three-year starter at defender for the Eagles’ varsity team. Honors - Senior year: named first-team all-conference, second-team all-state and team MVP, and female athlete of the year for PCHS ... Junior year: named secondteam all-conference and team co-defensive player of the year. Other Highlights - A multi-sport athlete lettering in soccer, basketball and

Class: Freshman Height: 5-9 Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colorado High School: Pine Creek

lacrosse ... high school soccer coach was John Frederick. Club Played club ball for the Pride Predators Soccer Club ... four-year starter at defender ... club coach was Gary Evans.

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cademics: Major is undeclared.

Question and Answer with Brianne... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would go to New Zealand, because I have seen it on tv shows and it looks so pretty and I don’t know anyone that has ever gone there, so it would really be cool to see what its like. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My family in all has been, because they want me to succeed so much that it drives me to do the best I can in school and soccer. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I am ambidextrous. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Basketball. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My sister played soccer and I wanted to be just like her so I started to play it. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My parents because they have and will do so much for me, they will always be there for me no matter what.

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Remember the Titans. Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: Dating in the Dark. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A professional soccer player. Q: Your motto is? A: Don’t take life too seriously. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Sarcastic. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Life in the Fast Lane.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: It felt like home. The weather and all is just like Colorado, which was a great feeling and the soccer program was great when I came on my visits. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: The level of play is so much quicker and faster, and you get hit very hard when going into tackles.

Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: That you can never take anything lightly. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: Its not too big or too small. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They don’t beat around the bush. They tell you just how they feel and what they are thinking. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: Everyone is nice and easy to talk to no matter how old they are or what happens at practice. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Fresno State and Utah State.

Favatella’s Stats 2009

2010

2011

2012

Total

GP/GS

-

-

-

-

-

Goals

-

-

-

-

-

Assists

-

-

-

-

-

Points

-

-

-

-

-

SOG

-

-

-

-

-

GWG

-

-

-

-

-

GWA

-

-

-

-

-

Freshman Profile: Brianne Favatella - 49


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Maureen Fitzgerald

6

Midfielder - First Year

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igh School: In general - A 2009 graduate of Westview High School in Beaverton, Ore. ... four-year starter of the varsity team ... played forward and center midfield. Honors - Four-time AllMetro Team, first team last three years ... honorable mention all-state as sophomore and first-team all-state as senior ... team honors include three-time team MVP and offensive MVP as freshman. Other Highlights - Team advance to final senior year after going 15-1-2 overall and 8-1-1 in league ... also lettered in track. Club - Played two years for Lake Oswego Soccer Club U17 thru U18, and Southside Strikers for two, U15 thru U16 ... three-year starter in center midfield ... teams

Class: Freshman Height: 5-4 Hometown: Beaverton, Oregon High School: Westview

advanced to state finals four-times and won it twice in 2006 and 2009 ... advanced to Far West Regional three times ... played club ball with current Boise State teammates Maureen Fitzgerald and Taylor Thompson ... club coach was Fraser Morrison with LOSC, and Trevor Warren and Paul Slover with SS ... also played for the Oregon Olympic Development Team and was selected for the 2008 ODP regional pool.

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cademics: Major is undeclared.

Question and Answer with Maureen... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would go to a Spanish speaking country so that I could become fluent in Spanish. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents have had the biggest influence on me because they set a really good example and have a really good balance between being friends and also being authoritative.

Fitzgerald’s Stats 2009

2010

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Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I have the biggest sweet tooth... oh wait that’s pretty well known... Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My older siblings played soccer, so I got tired of watching them and wanted to do it myself. Q: Your hero in life is? A: Stacey London.

50 - Freshman Profile: Maureen Fitzgerald

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: There are so many to choose from.... I would have to say Dirty Dancing. Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: Sex and the City. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A professional kickball player, haha... Q: One word that best describes you? A: Down-to-Earth. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Maureen Fitzgerald’s Autobiography.” Q: If you could spend one day in history, it would be with what historical figure and why? A: Jesus Christ, I feel like he would answer a lot of questions. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I wanted to play soccer at the next level and the style of play and school felt right. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why?

A: How hard you get rocked going in for tackles! Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: You have to make the most out of any situation. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: Still deciding. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: I like that they don’t BS with you, and even though Steve yells, its generally constructive and it makes you a better player. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: Everyone is really down to earth and friendly. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: For the soccer team, Fresno State and Utah State.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Lauren Hickok

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Defender - First Year

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igh School: In general - A 2009 graduate of Bozeman High School in Bozeman, Mont. ... four-year starter for the Hawks’ varsity squad ... played as defender freshman season before moving to center midfield. Honors - 2009 Montana Gatorade Player of the Year ... three-time all-state ... four-time all-conference ... Eastern Conference Player of the Year as a senior ... team awards include: best newcomer as a freshman, offensive MVP sophomore year, and golden boot and most consistent senior season. Statistically - Recorded 34 goals and 15 assists during prep career including 18 goals and seven assists, team highs, senior year. Other Highlights - Team won

Class: Freshman Height: 5-6 Hometown: Bozeman, Montana High School: Bozeman

three consecutive state and league championships and placed second in both freshman year .... team went 56-4 during her four year career ... also lettered in basketball ... member of the honor roll ... high school coach was Erika Cannon. Club - Played club ball for FC Bozeman Blitz U11 thru U18 ... started at center midfield ... team won five-straight state cups 2005-09 ... club coach was Per Hjalmarsson.

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cademics: Majoring in exercise science.

Question and Answer with Lauren... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would visit Italy and Greece because I have heard they are both beautiful and the people there are great!

Q: Your hero in life is? A: My hero is my brother.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: The biggest influence in my life has been my parents because they have really pushed me in the right direction in life.

Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: Full House.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I use to play the trumpet. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Basketball. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: All my friends were playing and I really liked kicking things.

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: The Parent Trap.

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A teacher. My mind has definitely changed. Q: Your motto is? A: Lead don’t follow. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Laid back. Q: If you could spend one day in history it would be with what historical figure and why? A: The Gladiators, they played a lot of intense sports.

Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: The soccer team, the town, and the campus is beautiful. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: They provide us with a lot of great skills and coaching tips. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: They are very helpful and fun to be around. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Hawaii and Utah State.

Hickok’s Stats 2009

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Freshman Profile: Lauren Hickok - 51


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Becca Hoiland

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Defender - First Year

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igh school: In General - A 2009 graduate of West Linn High School in West Linn, Ore. ... four-year member and two-year starter for the Lions’ varsity team ... missed junior year do to injury ... played both as a midfielder and defender during prep career. Honors - named second-team all-conference, Oregonian Player of the Week, and team captain as senior. Other - High school coach was Floyd Rocker. Club - Played club ball for Lake Oswego Soccer Club U15 thru U18 ... team advanced to state cup final twice winning it all

Class: Freshman Height: 5-7 Hometown: West Linn, Oregon High School: West Linn

in 2009 ... advanced to Far West Regional in 2008 and 2009 ... played club ball with current Boise State teammates Maureen Fitzgerald and Taylor Thompson ... club coach was Fraser Morrison ... participated on the Oregon ODP state team.

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cademics: Major is undeclared.

Question and Answer with Becca... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would love to go on a mission trip to either Africa or India to help out there and be around the people. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My grandma. She was a loving person who cared about me and my family so much. She was extremely kind hearted and taught me how to be a better person, and she made the best pies!

Hoiland’s Stats 2009

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Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I quote movies all the time, especially Mean Girls. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: Both my older brother and sister played and so my parents signed me up too once I was old enough! Once I started I loved it and continued to play every year since then! Q: Your hero in life is? A: Superman.

52 - Freshman Profile: Becca Hoiland

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Pride and Prejudice. movies!

I love romantic

Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: Lost or Greys Anatomy. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A marine biologist. But fish scare me now, so I don’t think that would be a good job for me anymore. Q: Your motto is? A: Be happy, because life isn’t fun when you are mad. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Enthusiastic. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Rebecca Ann Hoiland.” Q: If you could spend one day in history it would be with what historical figure and why? A: I would want to spend it with Jesus when he was on the earth because he is the son of God. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise

State? A: I love the area of Boise and the campus was just what I was looking for. I love that its a state school, but it isn’t too big. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: I like that they are nice and funny but are also serious about soccer. They love the sport as much as we do and want us to be the best we can. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: I love how outgoing everyone is. I felt welcome right when I got here. Everyone is competitive on the field but off the field we are all friends again. Q: Do you have a nickname that your teammates gave you? What is it and why that name? A: People call me Becs, because it’s short for Becca. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Hawaii and Utah State.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Adrienne Lommasson Defender - First Year

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igh school: In General - A 2009 graduate of Central Catholic High School in Portland, Ore. ... four-year starter for the Rams’ varsity squad ... played as a defender. Honors - Twotime first-team all-conference honoree and honorable mention twice ... honorable mention all-state as a sophomore ... two-time team captain. Other Highlights - Team won state championship junior year ... earned two league titles ... team went 51-13-7 during her tenure ... coach was Rick Potter. Club - Played club ball for FC Portland

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Class: Freshman Height: 5-4 Hometown: Tigard, Oregon High School: Central Catholic

Sapphire U17 thru U18 and Southside Strikerz U15 thru U16 ... started as defender ... teams won three state cups ... advanced to Far West regional three-times ... club coaches were Brian grant with FCPS and Paul Slover with SS ... played five years for Oregon ODP ... selected to the ODP regional pool in 2007 and 2008.

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cademics: Majoring in exercise science.

Question and Answer with Adrienne... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Italy, because that is where my mom’s side of the family is from. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My mom, because she has always been there for me and was always so loving and caring. And she is a very strong-willed person. Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: The beach is my favorite place to be! Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Football or basketball, because they are fun to watch. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My parents one day asked me what sport I wanted to play and they mentioned soccer. So I agreed to try it and ended up loving it and have played ever since.

Q: Your hero in life is? A: God. Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Love and Basketball. Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: CSI. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: Doctor. Q: Your motto is? A: Do what your heart tells you. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Dedicated. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Adrienne Nichole Lommasson.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I felt welcomed when I came on my official visit. I liked the coaching staff.

Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: To make the best out of everything and every situation. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: I like that they are honest and funny. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: Everyone is welcoming and competitive on the field and friendly off. Q: Do you have a nickname that your teammates gave you? What is it and why that name? A: A or Adge, because it is easier to yell than Adrienne. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Hawaii and Utah State.

Lommasson’s Stats 2009

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Freshman Profile: Adrienne Lommasson - 53


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Melanie Mohr

22

Defender - First Year

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igh school: In General - A 2009 graduate of Green Mountain High School in Lakewood, Colo. ... four-year starter for the Rams’ varisty team ... split time playing in both the midfield and defensive back line. Honors - Four-time all-conference honoree, first-team last three seasons ... team honors include: defensive player of the year sophomore year, and coach’s choice award as a senior ... two-time captain. Club honors included two-time state cup MVP in 2005 and 2008 ... started in the 2008 USASA U23 national championship. Other Highlights - Academic All-State honorable mention senior

Class: Freshman Height: 5-8 Hometown: Lakewood, Colorado High School: Green Mountain

year ... coach was Ken Fehr. Club - Played club ball for Real Colorado National Soccer Club in Centennial, Colo. U15 thru U18 ... split time as a starting midfielder or defender ... team advanced to state cup championship match three times claiming the title in 2009 ... club coach was Lorne Donaldson.

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cademics: Majoring in history, secondary education.

Question and Answer with Melanie... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: I would go to Rome because I love history and I would love to see all of the history there. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My grandma has been the biggest influence in my life because she has always supported me. She is such an amazing person.

Mohr’s Stats 2009

2010

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Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I love to read and write. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: I like football. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My parents put me in soccer very young and I grew to love it. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My mom is my hero, she is an amazing, strong person and also my best friend.

54 - Freshman Profile: Melanie Mohr

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Meet the Robinson’s. Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: That 70’s show. Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A Vet. Q: One word that best describes you? A: Stubborn. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Melanie Rose Mohr.” Q: If you could spend one day in history it would be with what historical figure and why? A: Augustus of Rome because he was such an influence on the Roman culture. Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I really enjoyed the town and people at Boise State and I thought the soccer was very good.

Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How much freedom I have was surprising. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: Sleep is amazing. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: How friendly everyone is. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: I really like how easy it is to talk to all of them about problems going on and how understanding they are. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: I like how nice and welcoming everyone is. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Utah State and Hawaii.


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Erica Parks

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Forward - First Year

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igh school: In General - A 2009 graduate of Skyview High School in Nampa, Idaho ... three-year starter for the Hawks’ varsity squad ... played both forward and midfielder last two years of prep career ... the first Bronco to come to Boise State from Idaho’s Canyon County. Honors - Three-time all-conference honoree, first team senior year ... member of senior all-star team ... two-time team captain and team MVP. Statistically - Recorded a combined 49 goals and 39 assists during junior and senior seasons ... recorded 27 goals and 21 assists during final year. Other Highlights - Led team to three state semifinals placing second twice ... also four-year

Class: Freshman Height: 5-5 Hometown: Nampa, Idaho High School: Skyview

member of varsity basketball team ... three-time first-team Academic All-Southern Idaho Conference honoree ... student body vice president junior year ... coach was Lawrence Nitu. Club - Played club ball for Boise Capitals Soccer Club in Boise, Idaho, U13 thru U18 ... started at forward ... club coaches were Aaron Sivery, Stephan DeFor, John Charman, and Mark Hiemenz.

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cademics: Majoring in graphic design.

Question and Answer with Erica... Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: Bora Bora cause I saw it on TV and it looked sweet. Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My mom because she works so hard in everything she does and never gives up. Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Basketball. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: It was a contact sport. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My parents. Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Anything that is funny.

Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: So you think you can dance.

Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: The green belt.

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A photographer.

Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: That they tell you how it is.

Q: One word that best describes you? A: Loud. Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Erica Nicole Parks.” Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: I thought the team was fun and the coaches were awesome. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: I get done early everyday. Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: Dorms suck.

Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: Everyone is nice.. so far. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Utah State and Hawaii.

Parks’ Stats 2009

2010

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Freshman Profile: Erica Parks - 55


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Taylor Thompson

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Midfielder - First Year

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igh School: In General - A 2009 graduate of Clackamas High School in Clackamas, Ore. ... four-year starter in the midfield for the Cavaliers’ varsity team. Honors - Two-time firstteam all-conference honoree ... second-team all-state as a junior ... team honors include team MVP junior year and offensive MVP senior year. Statistically - Recorded 25 goals and 41 assists during prep career ... five goals and eight assists as a senior. Other Highlights - Team won three consecutive Three Rivers League titles ... coach was

Class: Freshman Height: 5-2 Hometown: Happy Valley, Oregon High School: Clackamas

Aimee Monsoor. Club - Played club ball Lake Oswego Soccer Club U15 thru U18 ... team won two back-to-back state cups in 2008 and 2009 ... played club ball with current Boise State teammates Maureen Fitzgerald and Taylor Thompson ... club coach was Fraser Morrison ... two-year member on the Oregon ODP state team.

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cademics: Major is undeclared.

Question and Answer with Taylor...

Thompson’s Stats 2009

2010

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Q: If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? A: If I could visit anywhere I would probably visit the Caribbean, because it always looks so amazing on TV.

Q: Your favorite movie is? A: Love and Basketball.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why? A: My parents and brothers have been the biggest influence because they have been there for me forever.

Q: When you were little you wanted to be? A: A veterinarian.

Q: Something that many people don’t know about you is? A: I have a brown dot on my eye.

Q: Your autobiography would be titled? A: “Taylor Marie Thompson.”

Q: What is your favorite sport besides soccer? A: Football. Q: When you were growing up, what brought/ drew you to soccer? A: My brothers were playing it so I wanted to. Q: Your hero in life is? A: My brothers Turner and Trevor

56 - Freshman Profile: Taylor Thompson

Q: Your favorite TV show is? A: One Tree Hill.

Q: Your motto is? A: Live as one already died, Real.

Q: What made you decide to come to Boise State? A: Soccer and to get out of Oregon. Q: What has surprised you most about college and why? A: How physical it is, because they beat your butt if your not.

Q: Since coming to Boise State, you’ve learned? A: To just chill. Q: Your favorite thing about Boise is? A: Everything is pretty close so it’s easy to get around. Q: What do you like best about the coaching staff in general? A: Everyone is always having a good time and doing the best they can. Q: What do you like best about the team in general? A: It’s funny because everyone is having fun. Q: What two schools do you see as Boise State’s main rivals? A: Fresno State and Utah State.


Boise State Soccer

Staff Profiles


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

The 2009 Staff

Coaching and Support Staff

Steve Lucas Head Coach

Teresa Apsey Administrative Assistant

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Joe Fuson Equipment Manager

Stephanie Wieger Assistant Coach

Mark Hiemenz Assistant Coach

Eric Kile Academic Advisor

Eric Simmonsen Volunteer Coach

Ryan Russell Strength Coach

Brandon Voigt Athletic Trainer


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Steve Lucas

Head Coach - 10th Year

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Alma Mater: New Hampshire College, 1996 Hometown: Springfield, Virginia Boise State Record: 73-79-18 (9 years) Career Collegiate Record: 73-79-18 (9 years)

T BOISE STATE (Since 1998) – Steve Lucas is entering his 12th season at Boise State and his 10th as head coach. His tenure at Boise State spans the entire history of the program which enters its 12th season in 2009. In the spring of 1998 the Virginia native was hired as an assistant coach to help build the fledgling soccer program that was to begin play that fall. He has been an integral part of Bronco soccer ever since. After two seasons as the assistant he became the second head coach in program history when he was promoted on January 18, 2000.

in his time as head coach. In the last five years his teams have posted four winning records and one .500 mark going a combined 46-38-13 (.541). The program has advanced to the WAC Tournament six times in eight years of membership including four-straight 2005-2008. In 2003 he was named the Western Athletic Conference’s Coach of the Year.

In the last nine years as head coach Lucas has led Boise State from a struggling young program to an established Western Athletic Conference (WAC) contender. He guided the Broncos’ move from the Big West Conference to the WAC in 2001. In 2003 he saw the dream of an on-campus competition field come to fruition with the opening of the Boas Tennis & Soccer Complex’s stadium, where the Broncos have gone 27-12-10 (.653) in six years.

In the classroom, Lucas’ teams are the top academic performing team in the WAC. They have recorded the best APR (academic performance rating) in the league for the last two years. During his nine seasons in charge he has had 96 young women play for him, 49 (51 percent) of them earned conference all-academic team honors at least once during their careers, 94 total honors. There has been one conference female scholar athlete of the year and one NSCAA/addidas all-region scholar athlete. During that same time span his teams have posted a combined accumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher in 17 of 18 semesters. They have also received national recognition twice from the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) for team GPA. Additionally, in eight years of WAC membership Boise State has posted league highs for the number of individuals named to the conference’s all-academic team and the total number of honors received with 47 and 90 respectively.

Lucas has led the Broncos to a 73-79-18 overall record

During Lucas’ tenure as head coach the program’s on-field accomplishments include two second place conference finishes in 2001 and 2007, one conference player of the year, one league freshman of the year, 19 all-conference honors, 17 conference players of the week, three regular-season conference scoring champions, one NCAA Idaho Woman of the Year, and four “Gem” state championships.

Lucas’ Record Head Coach (10th year in 2009)

Season

School

Overall

League

2000

Boise State

4-11-2

BWC 1-6-1

2001

Boise State

10-7-1

WAC 5-3-0

2002

Boise State

5-11-1

WAC 1-7-0

2003

Boise State

8-12-1

WAC 4-4-0

2004

Boise State

9-8-2

WAC 2-4-2

2005

Boise State

10-8-2

WAC 4-3-0

2006

Boise State

7-7-4

WAC 2-3-2

2007

Boise State

9-7-3

WAC 5-1-1

2008

Boise State

11-8-2

WAC 3-3-1

73-79-18

27-34-7

TOTAL

Assistant Coach (five years) 1993-95

New Hampshire College

1998-99

Boise State University

Staff Profile: Steve Lucas - 59


FACES Broncos Boise State Soccer of the

Lucas’ File Collegiate Coaching Accomplishments WAC Coach of the Year (2003)

1

league player of the year

1

league freshman of the year

3

league regular season scoring champs

19

all-conference honors

17

league player of the week honors

1

league female scholar athlete of the year 49 athletes have received 94 conference all-academic honors

1

NSCAA/addidas all-region scholar

1

NCAA Idaho Woman of the Year

4

Gem State championships

Collegiate Playing Accomplishments Year

School & Team Honors

1987

Clemson

Overall 18-5-1

NCAA Div. I - national champions 1988

New Hampshire Col.

22-2-0

NECC season champions 1989

New Hampshire Col.

22-1-2

NECC season champions NCAA Div. II - national champions 1990 TOTAL

New Hampshire Col.

RIOR COLLEGIATE COACHING EXPERIENCE (1993-95) - Prior to his arrival at Boise State he spent three years as an assistant coach at his alma mater New Hampshire College (now called Southern New Hampshire University). While at NHC he helped guide the Penmen to a combined 45-8-4 overall record and one appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament.

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LUB COACHING EXPERIENCE (1993-97) - Lucas has also been heavily involved in club soccer over the years. In New Hampshire he coached with the Manchester United Soccer Club and the John Rootes NHC Soccer School in Manchester. In 1996 Lucas moved his family to Idaho where he became the director of coaching and player development for the Les Bois United Soccer Club of Boise from 1996 to 2000. He resigned that post in 2000 when he took the head coaching position at Boise State but has stayed involved with the club to this day.

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OLLEGIATE PLAYING CAREER (1987-90) - As a collegiate player, Lucas has the distinction of owning national championship rings from two different schools. He started his collegiate career at Clemson University in Clemson, S.C., where he was a member of the 1987 NCAA Division I National Championship team. In 1988, he transferred to New Hampshire College in Manchester, helping the team to the 1989 NCAA Division II National Championship. In addition to the national titles, his collegiate teams went a combined 7715-3 overall and won two conference championships.

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ERSONAL - Lucas received his bachelor’s degree in Marketing from New Hampshire College in 1996. He is a native of Springfield, Virginia, where he attended high school. Steve and his wife, Tina, have two daughters, Kylie (19) a sophomore at Boise State and Kassidy (15). They also have one son, Kamden (8). The Lucas family lives in the city of Boise.


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Mark Hiemenz

Assistant Coach - Third Year

Alma Mater: DePauw University, 1997 Hometown: Greencastle, Indiana Career Collegiate Record: 56-30-7 (5 years)

AT BOISE STATE (Since 2007) – Mark is in his third season as an assistant coach at Boise State University. At Boise State he assists with the day to day operations of the program, on field coaching and serves as the recruiting coordinator. PRIOR COACHING EXPERIENCE - Hiemenz has a strong collegiate coaching background following five years as the head coach at Carroll College in Montana. While at the Helena, Montana school, Hiemenz revitalized the program and guided the Saints through a dramatic improvement from a 4-7-4 record in 2002, to a 14-4-1 record in 2005, and finally to a 13-61 record and the school’s first appearance in the NAIA National Tournament in 2006. In his final three seasons with the Fighting Saints they finished ranked among the NAIA’s top 25 going 14-7-0 in 2004 to finish 25th nationally. In 2005 they earned a No. 19 final ranking, and in 2006 they were ranked as high as ninth before finishing 12th in the final poll, their best postseason ranking all-time.

Hiemenz’s Record Head Coach (5 years) Season School Overall 2002

Carroll

2003

Carroll

11-6-1

2004

Carroll

14-7-0

2005

Carroll

14-4-1

2006

Carroll

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4-7-4

13-6-1 56-30-7

Hiemenz’s overall record at Carroll was 56-30-7. In addition, he coached 19 academic All-Americans, 15 NAIA all-region selections and nine honorable mention All-Americans. The team also won an NSCAA Team Academic Award four years in a row by maintaining over a 3.0 team GPA. After graduating from DePauw, he became an assistant coach at his alma mater for one year. He then spent two years at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota, where he was an assistant coach and goalkeeper coach. During his two years at Gustavus, the team advanced to the NCAA DIII Tournament and “Sweet Sixteen”, finished ranked No. 10 in the NSCAA poll, and completed the 2000 season 17-2-1. While at DePauw and Gustavus, Hiemenz coached eight all-region players (including

three goalkeepers) and one All-American. Before taking the position at Carroll College, Hiemenz was a head coach for the nationally recognized soccer club, Real Colorado. Hiemenz currently holds an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. PLAYING CAREER (1987-90) - Hiemenz grew up playing premier soccer in Indiana and Michigan He went on to play college soccer at DePauw University from 1993-97, where he was a four-year starter for the nationally ranked NCAA DIII school and participated in two NCAA Tournaments. In addition, Hiemenz played in the Professional Development League for the Mid-Michigan Bucks. PERSONAL - He is a 1997 graduate of DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in Communications and a minor in English. Hiemenz his wife the former Katie Lang live in Boise.


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Stephanie Wieger

Eric Simmonsen

Alma Mater: University of California-Berkeley, 2008 Hometown: Concord, California

Alma Mater: Boise State University, 1997 Hometown: Boise, Idaho

Assistant Coach - Second Year

Stephanie Wieger enters her second season with Boise State as an assistant coach. She came to the Bronco program after graduating from the University of California at Berkeley in the spring of 2008. As an assistant Wieger will be responsible for organizing soccer camps, film exchange, and on field coaching. Prior to Boise State, Wieger played four seasons for California of the Pacific-10 Conference. A standout forward for the Golden Bears where she played in 76 matches with 33 starts in four seasons at Cal. During her career Wieger scored 14 goals, including six game-winners, to go with 11 assists for 39 points. She earned a starting role as a senior recording three goals and three assists for nine points. Wieger recorded the game-winning assist against Auburn in the first round of the 2006 NCAA tournament. As a freshman she earned honorable mention Pac-10 honors in addition to being named to the Soccer Buzz All-Freshman West team in 2004. Wieger is originally from Concord, Calif., where she was a three-time all-conference honoree at Carondelet High School. She received her bachelors degree in Classics from the University of California at Berkeley in the spring of 2008.

Volunteer Coach - First Year

Eric Simmonsen enters his first season as volunteer assistant coach at Boise State University. Simmonsen comes to the Bronco program continuing on his 16+ years of coaching in Boise, Idaho, regional soccer scene. Most recently Simmonsen has served in capacities ranging from director of coaching and player development, technical director, technical staff and team head coach (Under 16 and above boys and girls). Before taking the fulltime position with Boise Capital Soccer Club, Simmonsen served as director of coaching for CYSA (Now Idaho Rush), Boise Alliance Soccer Club, IYSA and Region IV Olympic Development Program’s staff coach and instructor along with a stint at Timberline High School as girls varsity head coach from 1999-2002. While at Timberline he was able to lead the Wolves girls varsity teams to an overall program record of 78 wins, 6 losses and 9 ties. In that period Timberline never lost a home match. Along with the program record THS amassed three Southern Idaho Conference regular season and two 5A District III championships, and one State Championship. 3 years straight THS was ranked in the top 25 in NSCAA National Polls. Adding to the hardware were the three Gatorade State Player of the Year Student Athletes, SIC District III and 5A “Coach of the Year” Awards, and every year THS was awarded SIC All Academic Team honors with an average team GPA of 3.8 or higher. During that time 25 female student-athletes were awarded all-conference first and second team honors. A long time coaching commrade of Coach Lucas and Coach Hiemenz throughout the years, Simmonsen is no stranger to providing positive mentoring. He has had a total of 16 former players compete for the Blue and Orange. Current Bronco’s that Simmonsen has had honor to work with as head coach or technical staff include Jennifer Burns, Malia Hendrix, Liz Ruiz, Catherine Leewaye, and Erica Parks. Along with that three former players competed on Mark Heimenz’s Carroll College NAIA National Tournament squad in 2006. Simmonsen currently holds the three highest United States coaching certifications; United States Soccer Federation “A” and “Youth” licenses, along with National Soccer Coaches Association of America “Premier” diploma. He is a 1999 graduate of Boise State University (GO BRONCOS!!!) with a bachelors degree in criminal justice administration - counseling and corrections. Eric and his wife, Erica, have one daughter, Cooper Jean (6) and one son, Parker (4) and live in Meridian.

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Boise State Soccer

2008 Season in Review


2008 in Review Boise State Soccer

2008 Season In Review

Broncos set school record for wins with 11 Preseason Notes... ► Saxton and baker named to preseason All-WAC team Denver, Colo. (8/4/08) - Boise State’s Shannon Saxton, a sophomore forward, and Randi Baker, a senior midfielder, were named to the 2008 Preseason AllWAC team. It was the first such honor for both. ► Broncos Picked Fourth in preseason WAC Coaches’ Poll Denver, Colo. (8/4/08) - Boise State was tabbed to place fourth in the preseason coaches’ poll as release by the Western Athletic Conference. Hawai’i, the defending champion, was selected as the favorite for the 2008 WAC race. Place 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team (1st) Points Hawai’i (7) 49 Fresno State (1) 40 Utah State 37 Boise State 30 Nevada 28 San Jose State 18 Idaho 14 Louisiana Tech 8

2007 WAC Record 5-1-0 5-1-1 5-2-0 5-1-1 2-5-0 2-5-0 1-5-1 0-6-1

► Youngest Squad in the WAC reported to campus BOISE, Idaho (8/4/08) - Boise State welcomed 26 players to preseason camp. Boise State featured the youngest squad in the Western Athletic Conference with 19 underclassmen on the roster: 13 true freshmen, two redshirt freshmen, and four sophomores. In fact, only seven players returned who had seen action for the Broncos. In all, their were 19 players on the team who could have see their Boise State debuts in 2008.

► Broncos Return second fewest Starters in Conference BOISE, Idaho (8/4/08) - The Broncos also returned the second fewest starters in the league with five compared to four for San Jose State. They were Jen Burns, a junior, in goal, junior midfielders Kaylea Perenon and Randi Baker, and sophomore Cheyenne Jones. Meanwhile, sophomore Shannon Saxton was the only returner at the forward positions. ► Saxton returns for sophomore campaign (8/4/08) - Shannon Saxton returns for sophomore season following a debut campaign where she was the league scoring champion with 39 points (17g, 5a), WAC Freshman of the Year, first-team All-WAC, and a SoccerBuzz Magazine West Region All-Freshmen team honoree. The Beaverton, Ore., native had a outstanding debut season for Boise State in 2007. Not only did she lead the league in scoring, she set school records for points and goals in a season with 39 and 17 respectively. She was fourth nationally in goals per game at 0.895 and sixth nationally in points per game at 2.05. ► Seven of top-10 scorers are back (8/4/08) - All seven of the returning players from 2007 ranked among the top-10 in scoring for Boise State last season. They are led the Shannon Saxton who led the WAC with school records for points and goals with 39 and 17 respectively. Randi Baker was third on the team in scoring with 12 points on four goals and four assists, followed by Cheyenne Jones at fourth with 10 points (3g, 4a),

Kaylea Perenon fifth with nine (3g, 3a), Danielle Schwalbe sixth on seven points (3g, 1a), Emma Boyack was tied for seventh with four points (1g, 2a), meanwhile, Jen Burns set a school record for points by a goalkeeper with three assists for three points. ► Boise State dominates North Idaho 8-0 in scrimmage BOISE, Idaho (8/16/08) – Boise State dominated the North Idaho Cardinals 8-0 in a preseason scrimmage at the Boas Tennis and Soccer Complex. A total of 11 players had a hand in the scoring for Boise State led by sophomore Shannon Saxton and freshman Brandy Hickcox with two goals apiece. Seven of the eight goals were scored by underclassmen, four by true freshmen and three by sophomores. Boise State played 24 of the 26 players on their roster during the scrimmage, two missed do to injuries. Match Summary: Scoring by Period North Idaho Boise State

1 0 6

2 F 0 0 2 8

Scoring Summary: 1. 6:16 BSU Boyack (Baker) 2. 18:35 BSU Hendrix (Jones) 3. 22:16 BSU Saxton (unassisted) 4. 29:54 BSU Saxton (unassisted) 5. 34:14 BSU Hickcox (unassisted) 6. 37:13 BSU Hickcox (Montoya) 7. 66:46 BSU Robinson (Walsh) 8. 85:24 BSU Hill (Walsh)

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2008 in Review Boise State Soccer season Notes... ► Earliest Start To Season (8/21/08) - The Aug. 22 match with Northwest Nazarene marked the earliest start to a season for the Broncos in history. The previous record was Aug. 25, 2000 when Boise State met the University of Hawai’i in Honolulu during the Outrigger Classic. That was one year prior to the Broncos joining the WAC and becoming league rivals with the Hawai’i Rainbow Wahine. ► Broncos Shutout NNU 3-0 in Season Opener BOISE, Idaho (8/22/08) – Three Broncos scored in Boise State’s 3-0 victory over Treasure Valley opponent Northwest Nazarene to open 2008 campaign. Andrea Huerta scored the match-winner with her first Boise State career goal in the 14th minute. Freshman Chelsea Robinson recorded her first career strike in the 51st minute, followed by an insurance goal by Danille Schwalbe in the 72nd minute. Boise State out shot the Crusaders seven-toone in shots on goal during the contest. Twelve of the 16 new Broncos saw their debuts for Boise State. The win was the third-straight season opening victory for the Broncos dating back to 2006. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Northwest Nazarene Boise State

1 0 1

2 F 0 0 2 3

Scoring Summary: 1. 13:25 BSU Huerta (Perenon) 2. 50:06 BSU Robinson (Huerta) 3. 71:18 BSU Schwalbe (Robinson)

► Season Openers (8/22/08) - Boise State is now 6-4-1 all-time in season openers. They are 5-2-0 when opening the season at home and 1-2-1 on the road. The Broncos won their first opener away from Boise in 2007 when they defeated Portland State 3-0 in Reno, Nev.

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► Boise State takes 4-0 victory over Eastern Washington BOISE, Idaho (8/24/08) – Andrea Huerta

recorded her second-consecutive match-winning goal to lead the Broncos to 4-0 victory over Eastern Washington. The junior’s decisive strike came in the 18th minute as Boise State improved to 2-0-0 on the year. Senior Emma Boyack extended the lead with her 26th minute goal, followed by second period strikes from Shannon Saxton and Danielle Schwalbe. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Eastern Washington Boise State

1 0 2

2 F 0 0 2 4

Scoring Summary: 1. 17:30 BSU Huerta (Saxton, Baker) 2. 25:52 BSU Boyack (Saxton) 3. 51:59 BSU Saxton (unassisted) 4. 76:53 BSU Schwalbe (unassisted)

► Huerta and Burns Sweep WAC Players of tHE Week BOISE, Idaho (8/25/08) – Andrea Huerta and Jen Burns swept the season’s first WAC players of the week honors with Huerta getting the offensive award while Burns claimed the defensive one. It was the first time ever that Boise State had swept the conference players of the week honors. ► Boise State battles Weber State to 2-2 draw BOISE, Idaho (8/31/08) – After surrendering a fifth-minute goal to Weber State, Boise State’s Andrea Huerta tied the match when she volleyed a Shannon Saxton pass from 10 yards out into goal in the 16th minute. It was the third consecutive match for Boise State in which Huerta scored the opening goal for the Broncos. Saxton snapped a 1-1 halftime tie in the 73rd minute when she stole the ball from two defenders and raced one-vone with Weber State goalkeeper, beating the Wildcat with a hard shot that glanced off the bottom of the crossbar into goal for the go ahead score. The lead was short lived as Weber State stormed back scoring the match tying goal in the 76th minute. Neither team managed to score

through two overtime periods resulting in the 2-2 draw. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Weber State Boise State

1 1 1

2 1 1

OT OT F 0 0 2 0 0 2

Scoring Summary: 1. 4:09 WSU Smith (McCoy) 2. 15:38 BSU Huerta (Saxton) 3. 72:25 BSU Saxton (unassisted) 4. 75:01 WSU Wood (unassisted)

► Saxton sets Record with fourth WAC Player of tHE Week BOISE, Idaho (9/1/08) – Shannon Saxton set a new school record with her fourth career conference player of the week award. The program’s previous best was three set by Kim Parker (2003-06). Saxton’s recognition gave Boise State three of the first four WAC player of the week honors to start the season. ► Broncos down Idaho State 2-1 Moscow, Idaho (9/5/08) – Freshman Janelle Jin scored the match-winner in the 43rd minute to keep Broncos undefeated with 2-1 victory over instate rival Idaho State in the first match of the Governor’s Cup. Junior Andrea Huerta continued her scoring ways giving Boise State an early lead with a header off a Tara Roetter cross in the 12th minute. Idaho State responded in the 30th minute tying the score at 1-1. That setup Jin’s decisive strike just before the half. The second period was a different story as the defenses stood firm. Neither team managed to get a shot past the keepers. In fact, the Broncos held the Bengals to one shot on goal in the final 45 minutes to close out the win. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Idaho State Boise State

1 1 2

2 F 0 1 0 2

Scoring Summary: 1. 11:38 BSU Huerta (Roetter) 2. 29:11 ISU Powell (Hofstetter) 3. 42:22 BSU Jin (Robinson)


2008 in Review Boise State Soccer ► Boise State tied record for best start MOSCOW, Idaho (9/5/08) - Boise State tied the program record for best after four matches with a 3-0-1 mark. That record had been set by the 2001 squad that finished 10-7-1 overall. ► Boise State falls to Seattle on 73rd minute penalty-kick Moscow, Idaho (9/7/08) – Shannon Saxton’s sixth-minute goal was not enough to carry Boise State as Seattle rallied past Broncos for 2-1 victory on final day of the Governor’s Cup in Moscow, Idaho. On a day that saw the Broncos struggle offensively, things looked bright at the start of the match when Shannon Saxton gave the blue and orange an early lead when she scored on a one-v-one with the keeper. Unfortunately, that was the last shot Boise State would get in the match as they struggled to find any rhythm. Seattle took nine minutes to tie the match in the 15th minute. The match remained tied until late in the contest when Boise State was called for a foul inside their own penalty box in the 73rd minute. That setup a Redhawk penalty-kick that was converted into the match-winning strike handing the Broncos their first loss of 2008. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Seattle

1 1 1

2 F 0 1 1 2

Scoring Summary: 1. 5:53 BSU Saxton (unassisted) 2. 14:52 SU Coe (unassisted) 3. 72:56 SU Boddy (penalty kick)

► Huerta’s streaks come to an end against Seattle MOSCOW, Idaho (9/7/08) - Andrea Huerta saw her amazing scoring streaks come to an end against Seattle on Sept. 7 when she failed to score. The junior from Boise had two streaks running heading into the SU match; she had scored a goal in each of Boise State’s previous four matches, in addition to scoring the first Bronco goal in each of those contests.

► Saxton, Huerta, and Roberts named to Governor’s Cup Team MOSCOW, Idaho (9/7/08) - Boise State’s Shannon Saxton, Andrea Huerta, and Lindsay Roberts were named to the Governor’s Cup All-Tournament team for their performances at the two-day competition in Moscow, Idaho. ► Broncos lose heartbreaker at Saint Mary’s on goal in 90th minute MORAGA, Calif. (9/12/08) – Saint Mary’s College recorded a last-minute goal to edge Boise State University 1-0, handing the Broncos a heartbreaking loss. There were few opportunities for either team in the first period. However, the pace picked up in the final 45 minutes with Boise State seizing control of momentum and out playing Saint Mary’s for most of the period. Unfortunately, Boise State failed to get the ball across the goal line. Saint Mary’s scored the match-winner with a quick counterattack down the right flank cumulating with Ashley Nied touching a cross inside the far left post for the decisive strike with 58 seconds left in the contest. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Saint Mary’s (CA)

1 0 0

2 F 0 0 1 1

Scoring Summary: 1. 89:02 SMC Nied (Ciliento)

► Boise State battles hard but falls to No. 20 California 2-0 MORAGA, Calif. (9/14/08) – The 20thranked University of California Golden Bears overcame a pesky Boise State defensive to defeat the Broncos 2-0 at the Saint Mary’s College Fall Soccer Classic in Moraga, Calif. The Bears recorded goals in the 12th and 71st minutes to hand the Broncos their third-straight loss. Like in the Saint Mary’s match, the Broncos had several chances to score but sent shots either high or wide of target. Shannon Saxton had one of Boise State’s best

scoring opportunities in the 21st minute when she broke free on a break, beat her defender inside the box then fired towards the right post only to watch Cal’s keeper Rosie Aguilera make a diving save. In the 69th minute Boise State’s Janelle Jin fired at shot from distance towards an open net after the keeper was caught out of the area. Unfortunately, the shot sailed just wide of the left post. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State No. 20 California

1 0 1

2 F 0 0 1 2

Scoring Summary: 1. 11:36 CAL Kevorkian (Omarsdottir) 2. 70:14 CAL Semenar (Morgan)

► Boise State Drops to 0-3-0 versus Top-25 Teams All-Time BOISE, Idaho (9/14/08) - Boise State’s loss to No. 20 California on Sept. 14 dropped their all-time record versus top25 teams to 0-3-0. All-time results 9/30/05 at #11 Texas A&M 9/22/06 at #13 California 9/14/08 vs. #20 California

Emma Boyack

L 2-0 L 2-1 L 2-0

► Saxton and Roberts named to SMC Fall Soccer Classic Team MORAGA, Calif. (9/14/08) – Boise State’s Shannon Saxton and Lindsay Roberts were named to the Saint Mary’s College Fall Soccer Classic All-Tournament team for their performances at the two-day competition in Moraga, Calif. ► Boise State Dominates ULM 3-0 FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (9/19/08) – The sophomore duo of Shannon Saxton and Cheyenne Jones combined for three goals as the Broncos rolled to a 3-0 victory over the University of Louisiana-Monroe (ULM) on the first day of the Mountain Classic in Flagstaff, Arizona. Saxton had a hand in all three Bronco goals scoring Boise State’s first goal in the 18th minute then dished out the assists on two second half scores. Sophomore Cheyenne Jones was

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2008 in Review Boise State Soccer the recipient of Saxton’s generosity in the final 45-minutes converting two crosses into goals in the 60th and 63rd minutes. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Louisiana-Monroe Boise State

1 0 1

2 F 0 0 2 3

Scoring Summary: 1. 17:17 BSU Saxton (Roberts) 2. 59:23 BSU Jones (Huerta, Saxton) 3. 62:20 BSU Jones (Saxton)

Chelsea Robinson

► Broncos defeat VMI 2-1 FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (9/21/08) – Randi Baker scored both Boise State goals in a 2-1 victory over the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) at the Mountain Classic in Flagstaff, Ariz. The match was dominated by Boise State from the start as the Broncos took an early lead in the 17th minute on Baker’s first score. After VMI had rallied to tie the match in the 69th minute, Baker scored the match-winner in the 81st to give the Broncos their fifth win of the season. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State VMI

1 1 0

2 F 1 2 1 1

Scoring Summary: 1. 16:09 BSU Baker (Roetter) 2. 68:57 VMI Moore (Beemer) 3. 80:45 BSU Baker (Hendrix)

► Boise State Downs Montana 2-1 MISSOULA, Mont. (9/28/08) – Boise State scored two second-half goals to defeat Montana 2-1 on the road in Missoula. Freshman Molly Hill scored the Broncos first goal in the 49th minute. Then after Montana had tied the score on a 73rd minute penalty kick, senior Emma Boyack rallied Boise State with the match-winner in the 77th.

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Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Montana

1 0 0

2 F 2 2 1 1

Scoring Summary: 1. 48:38 BSU Hill (unassisted) 2. 72:30 UM Campbell (penalty kick) 3. 76:15 BSU Boyack (unassisted)

► Broncos Rally Past Northern Colorado for 2-1 win GREELEY, Colo. (10/3/08) – Shannon Saxton and Brandy Hickcox combined for two second-half goals to rally Boise State from a 1-0 halftime deficit for a 2-1 victory over Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colo. The Broncos surrendered a goal in the 16th minute of play when Maryann Hoke volleyed a rebound into the Boise State goal for an early UNC advantage. However, the Broncos rallied with two in the second period. Saxton tied the match on a breakaway goal in the 59th minute, followed by Hickcox’s game-winner in the 86th when she split two defenders to score with a low shot inside the far post. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Northern Colorado

1 0 1

2 F 2 2 0 1

Scoring Summary: 1. 15:10 UNC Hoke (Prais) 2. 58:04 BSU Saxton (unassisted) 3. 85:52 BSU Hickcox (unassisted)

► Wyoming Snaps Broncos’ win streak LARAMIE, Wyoming (10/5/08) – Boise State closed a long nine-match road swing on a sour note in Laramie, Wyo., when they suffered a disappointing 1-0 loss at the hands of the University of Wyoming. The Cowgirls dominated the match outshooting the Broncos 10-to-zero in shots on goal. However, Boise State managed to stay in the contest to the end with their freshman goalkeeper Liz Ruiz stopping nine of Wyoming’s 10 shots on target. Unfortunately, the Cowgirls did eventually manage to slip one past the Bronco keeper in the 72nd minute when Amanda Lathrop volleyed a rebound back into the Bronco net, the initial shot had deflected off the post back into the field of play.

Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Wyoming

1 0 0

2 F 0 0 1 1

Scoring Summary: 1. 71:55 UW Lathrop (Layton)

► Broncos and Louisiana Tech battle to 2-2 draw in snow storm BOISE, Idaho (10/10/08) – Boise State and Louisiana Tech not only had to battle each other Friday afternoon in the conference opener at Boise, but a heavy-snow storm as well that uncharacteristically, for early October, hit the Boise area . Ultimately, the match was suspended after regulation time with the score tied at 2-2. After Boise State had taken a two-goal lead on goals by Andrea Huerta in the 45th minute and Shannon Saxton in the 76th, Louisiana Tech took advantage of the bad weather to battle back to tie the match with two goals in the final seven minutes. The match normally would have gone into overtime to try and break the tie, but the officials ruled that it was too dangerous to continue the match and suspended it at the end of 90 minutes. The league office later up held the match as complete and ruled the match would remain a draw. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Louisiana Tech Boise State

1 0 1

2 F 2 2 1 2

Scoring Summary: 1. 44:05 BSU Huerta (Schwalbe) 2. 75:02 BSU Saxton (unassisted) 3. 83:30 LTU Wilson (Lanie) 4. 85:39 LTU Lukasewich (unassisted)

► Utah State hands Boise State first home loss of season 2-0 BOISE, Idaho (10/12/08) – Utah State scored two second-half goals in the 70th and 75th minutes to hand Boise State their first home defeat of the year by the score of 2-0. The match was an extremely physical contest with a combined 50 fouls


2008 in Review Boise State Soccer called and six yellow cards issued. In the end there were few solid chances for either team to score against strong defensive pressure. Unfortunately for Boise State, Utah State eventually managed to convert on a pair of opportunities late in the final period to down the Broncos. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Utah State Boise State

1 0 0

2 F 2 2 0 0

Scoring Summary: 1. 69:19 USU Hansen (Porter) 2. 74:38 USU Clark (unassisted)

► Broncos score early to down Idaho 1-0 MOSCOW, Idaho (10/19/08) – Chelsea Robinson’s goal in the second minute of play was all Boise State’s soccer team needed to defeat Idaho 1-0 on the road in Moscow. Boise State jumped out to a quick lead in the second minute of play when sophomore Malia Hendrix crossed the ball between two defenders to Robinson who touched it past the defense into the goal for a 1-0 Bronco advantage at the 1:41 mark. The Broncos ended up out shooting the Vandals nine to six in shots on goal. Boise State’s Liz Ruiz was huge in goal for the Broncos refusing to let any Idaho shots past her. She stopped all six shots including two in the last minute of regulation. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Idaho

1 1 0

2 F 0 1 0 0

Scoring Summary: 1. 01:41 BSU Robinson (Hendrix)

► Boise State claims Gem State Championship MOSCOW, Idaho (10/19/08) – Boise State’s 1-0 victory over the University of Idaho gave the Broncos the 2008 Gem State championship. The win over the Vandals completed the sweep of their two instate rivals Idaho and Idaho State

to give them their fifth title in 11 years. Boise State had defeated Idaho State in Moscow at the Governor’s Cup on Sept. 5 by the score of 2-1. ► Boise State falls 1-0 at Fresno State FRESNO, Calif. (10/24/08) – Fresno State scored the match-winning goal in the 67th minute to defeat Boise State in Fresno, Calif. The contest was a battle between the second place Bulldogs against the third place Broncos. The match was evenly played with the host out shooting the visitors seven to six in shots on goal. In the end, Fresno State managed to capitalize on one Boise State defensive breakdown to record the only goal needed to claim the key conference victory. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Fresno State

1 0 0

2 F 0 0 1 1

Scoring Summary: 1. 66:44 FS Jensen (Sill)

► Freshmen lead Boise State to big 2-0 road win at Nevada RENO, Nevada (10/26/08) - Boise State freshmen Janelle Jin and Chelsea Robinson each recorded goals to lead the Broncos to a key 2-0 Western Athletic Conference road victory at Nevada. Jin scored the match-winning strike in the third minute to give Boise State early momentum, while Robinson clinched it with an insurance goal midway through the second half to hand the Broncos the victory. Sophomore Shannon Saxton dished out both assists versus the Wolf Pack to tie the school record for assists in a season with seven. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Nevada

1 1 0

2 F 1 2 0 0

Scoring Summary: 1. 2:59 BSU Jin (Saxton) 2. 62:46 BSU Robinson (Saxton)

► Boise State comes up short in 2-1 loss to Hawai’i BOISE, Idaho (10/31/08) – The University of Hawaii defeated Boise State University 2-1 in Boise. Down one at half, Boise State picked up their pressure and controlled the play in the second half. The Broncos drew even in the 51st minute when Randi Baker fired a free kick from 20 yards out over the defensive line and into the far left post to knot the score at one apiece. Unfortunately, Hawaii rallied in the 73rd minute with the match-winning strike when a free kick deflected off several heads before Deptula knocked it into the goal clinching the victory for Hawaii. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Hawai’i Boise State

1 1 0

2 F 1 2 1 1

Scoring Summary: 1. 12:29 UH Punzal (Higa) 2. 50:14 BSU Baker (unassisted) 3. 72:47 UH Deptula (Mikula)

Jen Burns

► Broncos rally for 2-1 victory over SJSU in season finale… BOISE, Idaho (11/2/08) – Senior Randi Baker could not have closed out her home career better scoring the match-winner in the 88th minute on “Senior Day” to hand Boise State a 2-1 victory over the San Jose State Spartans in Boise. After surrendering a goal late in the first period, the Broncos rallied in the second half on a pair of unanswered goals. Kaylea Perenon drew the Broncos even in the 58th minute followed by Baker’s decisive strike 30 minutes later. Match Summary: Scoring by Period San Jose State Boise State

1 1 0

2 F 0 1 2 2

Scoring Summary: 1. 33:34 SJSU Belding (Ingram) 2. 57:29 BSU Perenon (Saxton) 3. 87:26 BSU Baker (unassisted)

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2008 in Review Boise State Soccer ► Saxton sets School Record and ties another for Assists Boise, Idaho (11/2/08) – Sophomore Shannon Saxton set the school record for assists in a season, eight, when she dished out the assist on Kaylea Perenon’s goal to tie the match early in the San Jose State contests in the regular season finale. That assist also tied her for first in career assists with her 12th overall. ► Young Broncos tie school mark for most wins Boise, Idaho (11/2/08) – Randi Baker’s match-winner in the 88th minute against San Jose State gave Boise State a record tying victory. This year’s team tied the record for wins in a season with 10 (10-7-2).

Liz Ruiz

► Boise State Qualifies for sixth WAC Tournament Boise, Idaho (11/2/08) – The Broncos qualified as the number four seed at this year’s WAC Tournament with a record of 3-3-1 in WAC play and 10-7-2 overall. This marks the sixth time in eight seasons that the Broncos have advanced to the event which takes only the top six teams in the standings. They face San Jose State the number five seed in the quarterfinals. ► Saxton and Hickcox Named to All-WAC Team Boise, Idaho (11/5/08) – Boise State’s Shannon Saxton a sophomore from Beaverton, Ore., and Brandy Hickcox a freshman from Boise where named to the AllWAC Second Team. It marked the second year in a row for Saxton to earn WAC postseason honors.

Brandy Hickcox 70 - Season Review

► Boise State advances to WAC semifinals with 2-1 victory over San Jose State in Reno RENO, Nev. (11/6/08) – Brandy Hickcox and Andrea Huerta each recorded goals Thursday afternoon to lead Boise State to its first ever victory at the Western Athletic Conference Tournament defeating San Jose State 2-1 in Reno, Nev. Hickcox

put the Broncos on the scoreboard early in the second half when she scored off a Janelle Jin cornerkick in the 53rd minute. After the Spartans had tied the score in the 62nd minute, Boise State’s Huerta secured the win when she headed a Chelsea Robinson cross past the defense into the goal in the 81st minute. Match Summary: Scoring by Period San Jose State Boise State

1 0 0

2 F 1 1 2 2

Scoring Summary: 1. 52:49 BSU Hickcox (Jin) 2. 61:50 SJSU Belding (Pacheco) 3. 80:28 BSU Huerta (Robinson)

► Broncos Set school Record for most wins RENO, Nev. (11/7/08) – Boise State’s 2-1 victory over San Jose State in the first round of the WAC Tournament in Reno gave the 2009 Broncos the school record for wins in a season with 11. ► Boise State falls 1-0 on 78th minute goal by Utah State in WAC semifinals RENO, Nevada (11/7/08) – Boise State battled Utah State hard in the Western Athletic Conference Soccer Tournament’s semifinal match but fell 1-0 on a late goal in the 78th minute. Boise State’s defense kept them in the match while the Broncos struggled offensively. Bronco keeper Jennifer Burns made seven saves before the Aggies snuck one past her in the 78th minute to secure the victory. Meanwhile the Boise State offense was outshot eight-to-none on shots on goal during the contest. Match Summary: Scoring by Period Boise State Utah State

1 0 0

2 F 0 0 1 1

Scoring Summary: 1. 77:43 USU Hansen (Seledee)

► Historic Season Comes to an End in Reno RENO, Nevada (11/7/08) – Boise State came into the season with the youngest squad in the conference and by the end of the 2008 campaign had surpassed the expectations of many. The team advanced to the WAC Tournament semifinals and set the school record for wins finishing the year at 11-8-2 overall and 3-3-1 in conference to place fourth in the final WAC standings. ► Baker and Roberts Named to WAC All-Tournament Team RENO, Nevada (11/9/08) – Boise State placed two players on the 2008 WAC All-Tournament Team. Senior midfielder/ forward Randi Baker and freshman defender Lindsay Roberts represented the Broncos on the squad becoming the third and fourth Boise State players to ever make the team since joining the league in 2001. ► Boise State 2008 Team awards BOISE, Idaho (12/10/08) – Boise State’s soccer team announced its 2008 team awards at their annual postseason banquet. Earning the Top Bronco award for leadership on and off the field was senior Randi Baker. The other award winners are listed below. 2009 Award Winners Top Bronco: Randi Baker Team MVP: Randi Baker Defensive MVP: Lindsay Roberts Offensive MVP: Shannon Saxton Rookie of the Year: Liz Ruiz 12th Woman: Andrea Huerta


2008 in Review Boise State Soccer

2008 Statistical Review Boise State Statistics - All Games Individual Statistics ## 13 26 5 20 15 21 7 11 9 29 25 24 12 3 2 10 17 14 19 18 16 8 1

## 1 28 TM

Name Saxton, Shannon Huerta, Andrea Baker, Randi Robinson, Chelsea Jin, Janelle Schwalbe, Danielle Hickcox, Brandy Jones, Cheyenne Boyack, Emma Perenon, Kaylea Hill, Molly Hendrix, Malia Roetter, Tara Roberts, Lindsay Walsh, Ashley Nader, Mandy Koeppen, Kim Derden, Katie Montoya, Serena Hall, Tiffany Acker, Lauren Murray, Jayne Ruiz, Liz Total Opponents

Name Ruiz, Liz Burns, Jennifer TEAM Total Opponents Team saves: 2

GP-GS 20-20 21-12 20-18 21-13 19-3 8-0 20-8 20-15 17-1 21-21 15-0 20-20 18-9 21-21 19-9 21-13 21-21 12-4 9-1 1-0 1-0 5-0 10-9 21 21

G 6 6 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 22

GP-GS 9-8 13-13 21 21

A 8 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 16

Pts 20 14 9 9 5 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84 60

Minutes 785:00 1125:00 0:00 1910:00 1910:00

Sh Shot% SOG 57 .105 26 20 .300 13 27 .148 8 17 .176 5 13 .154 6 9 .222 4 24 .083 9 15 .133 7 15 .133 5 33 .030 11 6 .167 3 10 .000 7 4 .000 2 5 .000 2 11 .000 4 5 .000 2 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 274 .113 114 202 .109 101 GA 9 13 0 22 31

Avg 1.03 1.04 0.00 1.04 1.46

SOG% YC-RC .456 3-0 .650 0-0 .296 3-0 .294 2-0 .462 0-0 .444 2-0 .375 1-0 .467 0-0 .333 0-0 .333 2-0 .500 0-0 .700 1-0 .500 0-0 .400 1-0 .364 0-0 .400 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .416 17-0 .500 16-0

Saves 43 34 2 79 83

Pct .827 .723 1.000 .782 .728

Team Statistics GW 1 3 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 8 W 4 7 0 11 8

PK-ATT 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-3 L 4 4 0 8 11

FG 2 4 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 10

OT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 1 1 0 2 2

HAT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 3.0 2.0 0.0 5 6

GTG 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 Faced 108 89 0 197 273

Overall: 11-8-2 WAC: 3-3-1 Home: 3-2-2 Away: 4-3-0 Neut: 4-3-0 SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Penalty Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards

31-274 1.48 .113 114-274 .416 13.0 22

22-202 1.05 .109 101-202 .500 9.6 16

31 0 11 0 1.46 81 0 0-1 55

22 2 6 0 1.04 65 0 2-3 41

17 0

16 0

GOALS BY PERIOD Boise State Opponents

1st 12 7

2nd 19 15

OT 0 0

OT2 Total 0 31 0 22

SHOTS BY PERIOD Boise State Opponents

1st 111 85

2nd 161 115

OT 0 1

OT2 Total 2 274 1 202

SAVES BY PERIOD Boise State Opponents

1st 36 31

2nd 42 51

OT 1 0

OT2 Total 0 79 1 83

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Boise State Opponents

1st 35 37

2nd 43 28

OT 1 0

OT2 Total 2 81 0 65

FOULS BY PERIOD Boise State Opponents

1st 113 110

2nd 127 141

OT 0 0

OT2 Total 3 243 1 252

OFFSIDES BY PERIOD Boise State Opponents

1st 32 24

2nd 23 17

OT 0 0

OT2 Total 0 55 0 41

Season Statistical Review - 71


2008 in Review Boise State Soccer

2009 Wac Statistical Review Team Statistics - All Games SHOTS ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Boise State 3. Utah State 4. Fresno State 5. Hawai’i 6. Idaho 7. Nevada 8. San Jose State

GP 20 21 22 22 19 19 20 20

No. 344 274 265 261 238 231 230 196

Avg 17.20 13.05 12.05 11.86 12.53 12.16 11.50 9.80

ASSISTS ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Hawai’i 3. Utah State 4. Boise State 5. San Jose State 6. Fresno State 7. Nevada 8. Idaho

GP 20 19 22 21 20 22 20 19

No. 40 26 23 22 18 17 11 5

Avg 2.00 1.37 1.05 1.05 0.90 0.77 0.55 0.26

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE ## Team GP GA Minutes Avg. 1. Louisiana Tech 20 18 1931:34 0.84 2. Boise State 21 22 1910:00 1.04 3. Utah State 22 24 2033:56 1.06 4. Fresno State 22 25 2047:49 1.10 5. San Jose State 20 28 1912:16 1.32 6. Hawai’i 19 30 1833:02 1.47 7. Idaho 19 32 1784:26 1.61 8. Nevada 20 38 1885:32 1.81

FOULS ## Team 1. Boise State Utah State 3. Hawai’i 4. San Jose State 5. Nevada 6. Idaho 7. Fresno State 8. Louisiana Tech

GP 21 22 19 20 20 19 22 20

No. 243 243 226 221 215 211 209 159

Avg 11.57 11.05 11.89 11.05 10.75 11.11 9.50 7.95

POINTS ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Hawai’i 3. Utah State 4. Boise State 5. Fresno State 6. San Jose State 7. Nevada 8. Idaho

GP 20 19 22 21 22 20 20 19

No. 138 98 87 84 65 52 41 23

Avg 6.90 5.16 3.95 4.00 2.95 2.60 2.05 1.21

ASSISTS PER GAME ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Hawai’i 3. Boise State 4. Utah State 5. San Jose State 6. Fresno State 7. Nevada 8. Idaho

GP 20 19 21 22 20 22 20 19

No. 40 26 22 23 18 17 11 5

Avg 2.00 1.37 1.05 1.05 0.90 0.77 0.55 0.26

SAVES ## Team 1. Fresno State 2. San Jose State 3. Idaho 4. Nevada 5. Utah State 6. Boise State 7. Louisiana Tech 8. Hawai’i

GP 22 20 19 20 22 21 20 19

Avg 5.32 5.55 5.63 4.35 3.68 3.76 3.80 3.47

CORNERS ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Fresno State 3. Boise State 4. Utah State 5. Hawai’i 6. Nevada 7. San Jose State 8. Idaho

GP 20 22 21 22 19 20 20 19

No. 90 89 81 79 71 68 64 57

Avg 4.50 4.05 3.86 3.59 3.74 3.40 3.20 3.00

GOALS ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Hawai’i 3. Utah State 4. Boise State 5. Fresno State 6. San Jose State 7. Nevada 8. Idaho

GP 20 19 22 21 22 20 20 19

No. 49 36 32 31 24 17 15 9

Avg 2.45 1.89 1.45 1.48 1.09 0.85 0.75 0.47

GOALS ALLOWED ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Boise State 3. Utah State 4. Fresno State 5. San Jose State 6. Hawai’i 7. Idaho 8. Nevada

GP 20 21 22 22 20 19 19 20

No. 18 22 24 25 28 30 32 38

Avg 0.90 1.05 1.09 1.14 1.40 1.58 1.68 1.90

SHUTOUTS ## Team 1. Fresno State 2. Louisiana Tech 3. Utah State 4. San Jose State 5. Boise State 6. Nevada 7. Hawai’i 8. Idaho

GP Shutouts Avg 22 11 0.50 20 10 0.50 22 8 0.36 20 7 0.35 21 5 0.24 20 4 0.20 19 3 0.16 19 2 0.11

OFFSIDES ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Boise State 3. Nevada 4. Fresno State 5. Utah State 6. Hawai’i 7. San Jose State 8. Idaho

GP 20 21 20 22 22 19 20 19

No. 72 55 49 46 41 35 32 17

Avg 3.60 2.62 2.45 2.09 1.86 1.84 1.60 0.89

GOALS PER GAME ## Team 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Hawai’i 3. Boise State 4. Utah State 5. Fresno State 6. San Jose State 7. Nevada 8. Idaho

GP 20 19 21 22 22 20 20 19

No. 49 36 31 32 24 17 15 9

Avg 2.45 1.89 1.48 1.45 1.09 0.85 0.75 0.47

YELLOW CARDS ## Team 1. Boise State 2. Hawai’i Utah State Idaho 5. Nevada 6. Fresno State 7. San Jose State 8. Louisiana Tech

GP 21 19 22 19 20 22 20 20

No. 17 12 12 12 8 7 4 3

Avg 0.81 0.63 0.55 0.63 0.40 0.32 0.20 0.15

72 - Season Statistical Review

No. 117 111 107 87 81 79 76 66


2008 in Review Boise State Soccer

2009 Wac Statistical Review Team Statistics - WAC Games SHOTS ## Team 1. Hawai’i 2. Fresno State 3. Nevada 4. Louisiana Tech Utah State 6. Boise State 7. Idaho 8. San Jose State

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 113 95 90 81 81 79 63 61

Avg 16.14 13.57 12.86 11.57 11.57 11.29 9.00 8.71

ASSISTS ## Team 1. Utah State 2. Hawai’i San Jose State 4. Fresno State 5. Boise State Louisiana Tech 7. Nevada 8. Idaho

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 13 8 8 6 5 5 4 1

Avg 1.86 1.14 1.14 0.86 0.71 0.71 0.57 0.14

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE ## Team GP GA Minutes Avg. 1. Fresno State 7 1 698:37 0.13 2. Utah State 7 6 630:00 0.86 3. Hawai’i 7 8 652:45 1.10 4. Boise State 7 8 630:00 1.14 5. San Jose State 7 9 672:41 1.20 6. Louisiana Tech 7 11 728:41 1.36 7. Nevada 7 11 660:00 1.50 8. Idaho 7 11 650:00 1.52

FOULS ## Team 1. Boise State San Jose State 3. Utah State 4. Nevada 5. Hawai’i 6. Idaho 7. Fresno State 8. Louisiana Tech

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 91 91 89 87 86 74 73 68

Avg 13.00 13.00 12.71 12.43 12.29 10.57 10.43 9.71

POINTS ## Team 1. Utah State 2. Hawai’i 3. San Jose State 4. Boise State 5. Nevada 6. Louisiana Tech 7. Fresno State 8. Idaho

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 47 30 22 21 20 19 18 3

Avg 6.71 4.29 3.14 3.00 2.86 2.71 2.57 0.43

ASSISTS PER GAME ## Team 1. Utah State 2. San Jose State Hawai’i 4. Fresno State 5. Louisiana Tech Boise State 7. Nevada 8. Idaho

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 13 8 8 6 5 5 4 1

Avg 1.86 1.14 1.14 0.86 0.71 0.71 0.57 0.14

SAVES ## Team 1. Idaho 2. San Jose State Fresno State 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Nevada 6. Boise State 7. Utah State 8. Hawai’i

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

CORNERS ## Team 1. Fresno State 2. Boise State 3. Hawai’i 4. Nevada 5. Idaho 6. San Jose State 7. Louisiana Tech 8. Utah State

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 37 36 33 29 23 22 20 18

Avg 5.29 5.14 4.71 4.14 3.29 3.14 2.86 2.57

GOALS ## Team 1. Utah State 2. Hawai’i 3. Boise State Nevada 5. San Jose State Louisiana Tech 7. Fresno State 8. Idaho

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 17 11 8 8 7 7 6 1

Avg 2.43 1.57 1.14 1.14 1.00 1.00 0.86 0.14

GOALS ALLOWED ## Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Boise State Hawai’i 5. San Jose State 6. Idaho Nevada Louisiana Tech

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 1 6 8 8 9 11 11 11

Avg 0.14 0.86 1.14 1.14 1.29 1.57 1.57 1.57

SHUTOUTS ## Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Nevada San Jose State Boise State 6. Hawai’i Louisiana Tech Idaho

GP Shutouts Avg 7 6 0.86 7 4 0.57 7 2 0.29 7 2 0.29 7 2 0.29 7 1 0.14 7 1 0.14 7 1 0.14

GOALS PER GAME ## Team 1. Utah State 2. Hawai’i 3. Nevada Boise State 5. Louisiana Tech San Jose State 7. Fresno State 8. Idaho

OFFSIDES ## Team 1. Boise State 2. Fresno State 3. Hawai’i 4. Nevada 5. San Jose State Utah State 7. Louisiana Tech 8. Idaho

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 23 16 15 14 13 13 12 7

Avg 3.29 2.29 2.14 2.00 1.86 1.86 1.71 1.00

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 17 11 8 8 7 7 6 1

Avg 2.43 1.57 1.14 1.14 1.00 1.00 0.86 0.14

YELLOW CARDS ## Team 1. Hawai’i 2. Utah State 3. Idaho 4. Boise State 5. Nevada 6. Fresno State Louisiana Tech 8. San Jose State

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

No. 7 6 5 4 3 2 2 1

Avg 1.00 0.86 0.71 0.57 0.43 0.29 0.29 0.14

No. 50 38 38 36 29 26 22 18

Avg 7.14 5.43 5.43 5.14 4.14 3.71 3.14 2.57

Season Statistical Review - 73


2008 in Review Boise State Soccer

2009 Wac Statistical Review Individual Statistics - All Games

To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 50.0% of their team’s games, goalies at least 33.0% of their team’s minutes.

Jen Burns 74 - Season Statistical Review

SHOTS ## Player-Team 1. Gutierrez, Nicole-FS 2. Fukuroku, Taryn-UH 3. Saxton, Shannon-BSU 4. Hansen, Lauren-USU 5. Hull, Jennifer-UI Drummond, Cristen-NEV

GP 22 19 20 22 17 20

No. 71 62 57 46 45 45

Avg 3.23 3.26 2.85 2.09 2.65 2.25

SHOTS PER GAME ## Player-Team 1. Fukuroku, Taryn-UH 2. Gutierrez, Nicole-FS 3. Saxton, Shannon-BSU 4. Hull, Jennifer-UI 5. Wilson, Denise-LTU

GP 19 22 20 17 16

No. 62 71 57 45 38

Avg 3.26 3.23 2.85 2.65 2.38

POINTS ## Player-Team GP 1. Lukasewich, Olivia-LTU 20 Hansen, Lauren-USU 22 3. Saxton, Shannon-BSU 20 4. King, Rachel-LTU 20 5. Fukuroku, Taryn-UH 19 10. Huerta, Andrea-BSU 21

G 8 9 6 7 6 6

A Pts. Avg 5 21 1.05 3 21 0.95 8 20 1.00 5 19 0.95 6 18 0.95 2 14 0.67

POINTS PER GAME ## Player-Team GP 1. Sevier, Kristen-LTU 16 2. Lukasewich, Olivia-LTU 20 3. Saxton, Shannon-BSU 20 4. Hansen, Lauren-USU 22 5. King, Rachel-LTU 20

G 7 8 6 9 7

A Pts. Avg 3 17 1.06 5 21 1.05 8 20 1.00 3 21 0.95 5 19 0.95

GOALS ## Player-Team 1. Hansen, Lauren-USU 2. Lukasewich, Olivia-LTU Belding, Emmy-SJSU 4. Sevier, Kristen-LTU King, Rachel-LTU 7. Saxton, Shannon-BSU Huerta, Andrea-BSU

GP 22 20 20 16 20 20 21

No. 9 8 8 7 7 6 6

Avg 0.41 0.40 0.40 0.44 0.35 0.30 0.29

GOALS PER GAME ## Player-Team 1. Sevier, Kristen-LTU 2. Hansen, Lauren-USU 3. Belding, Emmy-SJSU Lukasewich, Olivia-LTU 5. Ako, Ambree-UH 10. Saxton, Shannon-BSU

GP 16 22 20 20 17 20

No. 7 9 8 8 6 6

Avg 0.44 0.41 0.40 0.40 0.35 0.30

ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. Saxton, Shannon-BSU 2. Fukuroku, Taryn-UH 3. King, Rachel-LTU Lukasewich, Olivia-LTU Smart, Lindsey-USU Sill,Ali-FS 10. Robinson, Chelsea-BSU

GP 20 19 20 20 22 22 21

No. 8 6 5 5 5 5 3

Avg 0.40 0.32 0.25 0.25 0.23 0.23 0.14

ASSISTS PER GAME ## Player-Team 1. Saxton, Shannon-BSU 2. Zmirak, Karen-NEV 3. Fukuroku, Taryn-UH 4. King, Rachel-LTU Lukasewich, Olivia-LTU

GP 20 11 19 20 20

No. 8 4 6 5 5

Avg 0.40 0.36 0.32 0.25 0.25

GAME-WINNING GOALS ## Player-Team 1. Gutierrez, Nicole-FS 2. Clark, Candice-USU Belding, Emmy-SJSU Huerta, Andrea-BSU Hansen, Lauren-USU

GP 22 20 20 21 22

No. 5 3 3 3 3

Avg 0.23 0.15 0.15 0.14 0.14

Minutes 1267:00 785:00 1125:00 1033:28 2002:49

GAA 0.92 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.08

GOALS AGAINST AVG ## Player-Team GP 1. Buchanan, Cat-LTU 15 2. Ruiz, Liz-BSU 9 3. Burns, Jennifer-BSU 13 4. Butera, Nina-SJSU 13 5. Revel, Kaitlyn-FS 22 SAVE PERCENTAGE ## Player-Team 1. Butera, Nina-SJSU

GA 13 9 13 12 24

GP Saves GA Pct 13 59 12 .831

2. 3. 4. 5. 8.

Ruiz, Liz-BSU Revel, Kaitlyn-FS Buchanan, Cat-LTU Boyden, Liz-UI Burns, Jennifer-BSU

9 22 15 16 13

43 113 57 90 34

9 .827 24 .825 13 .814 26 .776 13 .723

SAVES ## Player-Team 1. Revel, Kaitlyn-FS 2. Boyden, Liz-UI 3. Griffin, Ali-USU 4. Lu, Kori-UH 5. Butera, Nina-SJSU 8. Ruiz, Liz-BSU 10. Burns, Jennifer-BSU

GP 22 16 21 19 13 9 13

No. 113 90 73 64 59 43 34

Avg 5.14 5.62 3.48 3.37 4.54 4.78 2.62

SAVES PER GAME ## Player-Team 1. Boyden, Liz-UI 2. Revel, Kaitlyn-FS 3. Ruiz, Liz-BSU 4. Butera, Nina-SJSU 5. Hunt, Sarah-NEV 10. Burns, Jennifer-BSU

GP 16 22 9 13 13 13

No. 90 113 43 59 55 34

Avg 5.62 5.14 4.78 4.54 4.23 2.62

SHUTOUTS ## Player-Team 1. Revel, Kaitlyn-FS 2. Griffin, Ali-USU 3. Buchanan, Cat-LTU 4. Ruiz, Liz-BSU Santos, Jordan-SJSU Butera, Nina-SJSU 7. Burns, Jennifer-BSU

GP 22 21 15 9 7 13 13

SO 11 7 5 3 3 3 2

Avg 0.50 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.43 0.23 0.15

SHUTOUTS PER GAME ## Player-Team 1. Revel, Kaitlyn-FS 2. Griffin, Ali-USU Ruiz, Liz-BSU Buchanan, Cat-LTU 5. Cove, Marie-NEV 7. Burns, Jennifer-BSU

GP 22 21 9 15 8 13

SO 11 7 3 5 2 2

Avg 0.50 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.25 0.15


Boise State Soccer

Record Book


Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Match Records

Top Individual Performances by Field Players mOST Goals In a Half

mOST pOINTS Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

Pl. Total Name (Half - Date - Opponent)

Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

1.

9

Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah)

1.

3

Shannon Saxton (2nd - 9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah)

1.

3

Abbe Roche (9/7/2002 - vs. Siena)

2.

8

Brittany Zoellner (9/17/2000 - Gonzaga)

2.

2

19 times

2.

2

19 times

3.

7

Dayle McNabb (9/13/1999 - NW Nazarene)

4.

6

Ginger Sellick (9/19/1999 - at E. Washington)

5.

5

Ginger Sellick (8/28/1999 - Portland St.)

5

Abbe Roche (9/7/2002 - vs. Siena)

5

Brennan Lau (11/2/2003 - Nevada)

5

Molly McDonald (10/8/2004 - Fresno St.)

5

Shannon Saxton (8/31/2007 - vs. Portland St.)

4

31 times

10.

Minimum of four to qualify

mOST pOINTS In a Half Pl. Total Name (Half - Date - Opponent) 1.

7

Shannon Saxton (2nd - 9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah)

2.

5

Ginger Sellick (1st - 8/29/1999 - Portland St.)

5

Dayle McNabb (2nd - 9/13/1999 - NW Nazarene)

4

18 times

4.

Minimum of four to qualify

Minimum of four to qualify

Minimum of two to qualify

Fastest Goal To Start match

mOST assists In a Half

Pl. Time Name (Date - Opponent)

Pl. Total Name (Half - Date - Opponent)

1.

0:12 Kaziah Hill (10/28/2001 - San Jose St.)

1.

2

Kim Dehuff (2nd - 9/10/1998 - Col. of Idaho)

2.

0:16 Ginger Sellick (9/19/1999 - at E. Washington)

2

Sarah Burton (1st - 9/13/1999 - NW. Nazarene)

3.

0:44 Tara Milligan (10/7/2001 - UTEP)

2

Ginger Sellick (2nd - 9/13/1999 - NW Nazarene)

4.

1:07 Ginger Sellick (8/29/1999 - Portland St.)

2

Sarah Burton (1st - 9/19/1999 - at E. Washington)

5.

1:10 Cheyenne Jones (10/12/2007 - at Louisiana Tech)

2

Abbe Roche (1st - 9/7/2002 - vs. Siena)

6.

1:38 Shannon Saxton (9/23/2008 - at Montana)

2

Abby Bernards (2nd - 9/8/2002 - at Idaho St.)

7.

1:41 Chelsea Robinson (10/19/2008 - at Idaho)

2

Jen Burns (2nd - 9/9/2007 - S. Utah)

8.

1:59 Abbe Roche (9/27/2002 - at Utah St.)

2

Randi Baker (1st - 10/12/2007 - at Louisiana Tech)

2

Shannon Saxton (1st - 8/24/2008 - E. Washington)

2

Shannon Saxton (2nd - 9/19/2008 - UL Monroe)

Maximum of 2:00 to qualify

Minimum of two to qualify

Fastest Goal To Start second half Pl. Time Name (Date - Opponent)

mOST Shots on Goal

1.

45:25 Monica Almaraz (9/3/2000 - at Idaho St.)

mOST Goals

2.

45:52 Abbe Roche (10/25/2002 - at Hawaii)

Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

3.

46:00 Kristin Hall (11/2/2003 - Nevada)

1.

6

Brittany Zoellner (9/17/2000 - Gonzaga)

Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

4.

46:15 Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah)

2.

5

Ginger Sellick (9/19/1999 - at E. Washington)

1. 3. 5.

4

Brittany Zoellner (9/17/2000 - Gonzaga)

5.

46:26 Kaylea Perenon (10/21/2007 - Idaho)

5

Megan McCoy (9/2/2001 - Weber St.)

4

Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah)

6.

46:50 Sarah Burton (10/21/1998 - at Long Beach St.)

5

Tara Milligan (9/29/2002 - vs. S. Utah)

3

Dayle McNabb (9/13/1999 - NW Nazarene)

5

Brittany Zoellner (9/29/2002 - vs. S. Utah)

3

Ginger Sellick (9/19/1999 - at E. Washington)

5

Brittany Zoellner (9/26/2003 - N. Arizona)

2

29 times

4

22 times

Maximum of 47:00 to qualify

Minimum of two to qualify

â—„ Picture to the left: Dayle McNabb (1999-2001) scored the first hat trick in program history on September 13, 1999 against Northwest Nazarene in Boise.

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mOST Assists

7.

Minimum of four to qualify


Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Match Records, continued

Top Individual Performances by Field Players mOST Shots Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent) 1.

10

Brittany Zoellner (11/3/2002 - Tulsa)

2.

9

Brittany Zoellner (9/17/2000 - Gonzaga)

3.

8

Ginger Sellick (9/7/1998 - E. Washington)

8

Ginger Sellick (9/19/1999 - at E. Washington)

8

Dayle McNabb (9/22/2000 - at Portland St.)

8

Brittany Zoellner (9/22/2000 - at Portland St.)

8

Abbe Roche (10/27/2000 - Long Beach St.)

8

Brittany Zoellner (9/26/2003 - N. Arizona)

7

Six times

9.

Minimum of seven to qualify

Fastest Two-Consecutive Goals One Player Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

Fastest Three-Consecutive Goals One Player Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent) 1.

15:47

Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah) Times: 31:31, 46:15, 47:18

Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent) 1.

No other goals (BSU or opponent) in between to qualify

Fastest Three Goals Scored One Player Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

1

Ginger Sellick (9/7/1998 - E. Washington)

1

Brittany Zoellner (9/22/2000 - at Portland St.)

1

Brittany Zoellner (10/15/2000 - UCSB)

1

Megan McCoy (9/22/2001 - vs. Montana)

1

Brittany Zoellner (9/7/2003 - Cal Poly)

1

Brittany Zoellner (9/16/2003 - E. Washington)

1

Brittany Zoellner (10/5/2003 - at San Jose St.)

1.

7:46

Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah) Times: 46:15, 47:18, 54:01

1

Brennan Lau (10/26/2003 - SMU)

1

Brennan Lau (9/12/2004 - Montana)

2.

15:47

Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah) Times: 31:31, 46:15, 47:18

1

Nicole Coleman (10/14/2005 - Nevada) Nicole Coleman (9/29/2006 - at Sacramento St.)

3.

55:27

Brittany Zoellner (9/17/2000 - Gonzaga) Times: 2:53, 23:21, 58:20

1 1

Brittney Dugger (11/9/2007 - Fresno St.)

4.

61:49

Dayle McNabb (9/13/1999 - NW. Nazarene) Times: 19:31, 58:24, 81:20

1.

1:03

Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah) Times: 46:15, 47:18

5.

61:54

Brittany Zoellner (9/17/2000 - Gonzaga) Times: 23:21, 58:20, 85:15

2.

2:55

Dayle McNabb (11/4/2001 - at Tulsa) Times: 8:59, 11:54

6.

83:10

Ginger Sellick (9/19/1999 - at E. Washington) Times: 0:16, 21:10, 83:26

Cheyenne Jones (9/19/2008 - vs. UL Monroe) Times: 59:23, 62:20

mOST Penalty Kicks Made

Fastest three goals scored regardless of goals scored by others.

3.

2:57

4.

Brittany Zoellner (10/5/2003 - at San Jose St.) 3:19 Times: 58:15, 61:34

5.

Megan McCoy (9/2/2001 - Weber St.) 5:22 Times: 83:36, 88:58

6.

7:17

Shannon Saxton (10/21/2007 - Idaho) Times: 28:21, 35:38

1.

22:30

Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah) Times: 31:31, 46:15, 47:18, 54:01

7.

8:25

Kaziah Hill (10/14/2001 - at Nevada) Times: 75:21, 83:46

2.

82:22

Brittany Zoellner (9/17/2000 - Gonzaga) Times: 2:53, 23:21, 58:20, 85:15

8.

10:47

Ginger Sellick (8/29/1999 - Portland St.) Times: 1:07, 11:54

9.

12:02

Dayle McNabb (10/22/1999 - CSU Fullerton) Times: 52:04, 64:06

10.

14:44

Shannon Saxton (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah) Times: 31:31, 46:15

Fastest Four Goals Scored One Player Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

mOST Penalty Kicks Missed Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent) 1.

1

Kaziah Hill (8/26/2000 - vs. Wyoming)

1

Brittany Zoellner (10/27/2000 - Long Beach St.)

1

Abbe Roche (9/2/2001 - Weber St.)

1

Melanie Bohnet (10/30/2005 - at Louisiana Tech)

1

Brennan Lau (8/25/2006 - S. Utah)

1

Nicole Coleman (10/29/2006 - Louisiana Tech)

1

Erin Wofford (9/2/2002 - vs. Oregon)

1

Andrea Huerta (8/22/2008 - NW. Nazarene)

Fastest four goals scored regardless of goals scored by others.

Maximum of 15 minute span, no other goals (BSU or opponent) in between to qualify

â—„ Picture to the left: Abbe Roche (2000-2003) set the school record for assists in a game with three against Siena at the Bengal Classic in Pocatello, Idaho, on September 7, 2002.

Individual Match Records - 77


Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Season Records

Top Individual Performances by Field Players mOST Points Pl. Total Name (goals, assists)

Most Goals Season

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Most Game-Winning Goals Season

1.

39

Shannon Saxton (17, 5)

2007

1.

17

Shannon Saxton (19)

2007

2.

27

Kaziah Hill (10, 7)

2001

2.

11

Brittany Zoellner (17)

3.

23

Brittany Zoellner (11, 1)

2000

3.

10

4.

22

Brittany Zoellner (9, 4)

2003

4.

5.

20

Ginger Sellick (8, 4)

1999

5.

20

Megan McCoy (7, 6)

2001

20

Shannon Saxton (6, 8)

2008

8.

18

Dayle McNabb (8, 2)

1999

9.

17

BreeAnn Milligan (6, 5)

2002

10.

16

Ginger Sellick (7, 2)

1998

16

Abbe Roche (6, 4)

2002

7. 9.

1.

Brittany Zoellner

2000

2000

4

Lisa Balsama

2004

Kaziah Hill (18)

2001

4

Shannon Saxton

2007

9

Brittany Zoellner (21)

2003

3

Ginger Sellick

1998

8

Dayle McNabb (18)

1999

3

Ginger Sellick

1999

8

Ginger Sellick (14)

1999

3

Brennan Lau

2003

7

Ginger Sellick (15)

1998

3

Brittany Zoellner

2003

7

Megan McCoy (18)

2001

3

Kristin Hall

2005

6

Six times

3

Randi Baker

2007

3

Andrea Huerta

2008

4.

Minimum of nine games to qualify

Highest Goals Per Game Pl. Total Name (Games)

Highest Points Per Game

Season

4

Minimum of six goals to qualify

Minimum of 16 points to qualify

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Pl. Total Name

Season

Most Multi-Goal Games

1.

0.89 Shannon Saxton (19)

2007

Season

Pl. Total Name

2.

0.65 Brittany Zoellner (17)

2000

1.

5

Shannon Saxton

Season 2007

1.

2.05 Shannon Saxton (19)

2007

3.

0.57 Ginger Sellick (14)

1999

2.

3

Brittany Zoellner

2003

2.

1.50 Kaziah Hill (18)

2001

4.

0.56 Kaziah Hill (18)

2001

3.

2

Dayle McNabb

1999

3.

1.43 Ginger Sellick (14)

1999

5.

0.47 Ginger Sellick (15)

1998

2

Ginger Sellick

1999

4.

1.35 Brittany Zoellner (17)

2000

6.

0.44 Dayle McNabb (18)

1999

2

Kaziah Hill

2001

5.

1.11

Megan McCoy (18)

2001

7.

0.43 Brittany Zoellner (21)

2003

6.

1.07 Ginger Sellick (15)

1998

8.

0.39 Megan McCoy (18)

2001

7.

1.05 Brittany Zoellner (21)

2003

9.

0.35 Abbe Roche (17)

2002

8.

1.00 Shannon Saxton (20)

2008

0.35 BreeAnn Milligan (17)

2002

1.00 Dayle McNabb (18)

1999

0.35 Brittany Zoellner (17)

2002

1.00 BreeAnn Milligan (17)

2002

Minimum of nine games to qualify

Minimum of nine games to qualify

Minimum of two games to qualify

Most Hat Tricks Pl. Total Name (Goals) 1.

Season

1

Brittany Zoellner (4)

2000

1

Shannon Saxton (4)

2007

1

Dayle McNabb (3)

1999

1

Ginger Sellick (3)

1999

â–ş Picture to the right: Kaziah Hill (2000-2004) recorded the fastest goal in school history when she scored 12 seconds into a game against San Jose State on October 28, 2001 in Boise. That time is currently tied for 13th fastest in NCAA Division I history.

78 - Individual Season Records


Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Season Records, continued

Top Individual Performances by Field Players Scoring Percentage Pl. Pct. Name (Goals-Shots)

Highest Assists Per Game Season

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Season

1.

.455 Kristin Hall (5, 11)

2003

1.

0.40 Shannon Saxton (20)

2008

2.

.333 Dayle McNabb (8, 24)

1999

2.

0.39 Kaziah Hill (18)

2001

.333 Annie Tom (4, 12)

2006

3.

0.33 Megan McCoy (18)

2001

4.

.327 Shannon Saxton (17, 52)

2007

4.

0.29 Sarah Burton (17)

1999

5.

.308 Randi Baker (4, 13)

2007

0.29 BreeAnn Milligan (17)

2002

6.

.300 Andrea Huerta (6, 20)

2008

0.29 Nicole Coleman (17)

2005

7.

.294 Tara Milligan (5, 17)

2001

0.26 Shannon Saxton (19)

2007

8.

.263 Brennan Lau (5, 19)

2003

0.26 Erin Wofford (19)

2007

9.

.222 Stacie Heigh (4, 18)

1998

0.24 Tara Milligan (17)

2002

10.

.214 Danielle Schwalbe (3, 14)

2007

0.24 Abbe Roche (17)

2002

0.24 Brennan Lau (17)

2006

7. 9.

Minimum of three goals and 15 percent to qualify

Minimum of nine games to qualify

Most Assists Pl. Total Name (Games)

Season

Most Game-Winning Assists

1.

8

Shannon Saxton (20)

2008

Pl. Total Name (Games)

2.

7

Kaziah Hill (18)

2001

1.

4

Kaziah Hill

2001

3.

6

Megan McCoy (18)

2001

2.

3

Brittany Zoellner

2003

4.

5

Sarah Burton (17)

1999

3.

2

12 times

5

BreeAnn Milligan (17)

2002

5

Nicole Coleman (17)

2005

5

Shannon Saxton (19)

2007

5

Erin Wofford (19)

2007

4

Eight times

9.

Minimum of nine games to qualify

Season

Most Multi-Assist Games Pl. Total Name (Games)

Season

1.

3

Shannon Saxton

2008

2.

2

Sarah Burton

1999

Minimum of two games to qualify

â–ş Picture to the right: Shannon Saxton (2007-present) holds numerous school records including most points in a game, as well as, most points, goals, and assists in a season.

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Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Season Records, continued

Top Individual Performances by Field Players Most Penalty Kicks made Pl. Total Name

Shots on Goal Per Game Season

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Most Shots Attempted Season

Pl. Total Name (Goals)

Consecutive Games With Point Season

Pl. Total Name

Season

1.

3

Brittany Zoellner

2003

1.

2.50 Ginger Sellick (14)

1999

1.

64

Ginger Sellick (8)

1999

1.

12

Kaziah Hill

2001

2.

2

Brittany Zoellner

2000

2.

2.13 Ginger Sellick (15)

1998

2.

57

Brittany Zoellner (11)

2000

2.

5

Nicole Coleman

2005

3.

1

Ginger Sellick

1998

3.

1.65 Brittany Zoellner (17)

2000

57

Shannon Saxton (6)

2008

3.

4

Brittany Zoellner

2000

1

Megan McCoy

2001

4.

1.61 Kaziah Hill (18)

2001

56

Brittany Zoellner (9)

2003

4

Shannon Saxton

2007

1

Brennan Lau

2003

5.

1.58 Shannon Saxton (19)

2007

56

Brittany Zoellner (6)

2002

4

Andrea Huerta

2008

1

Brennan Lau

2004

6.

1.53 Brittany Zoellner (17)

2002

6.

55

Kaziah Hill (10)

2001

3

14 times

1

Nicole Coleman

2005

7.

1.41 Sarah Burton (17)

1998

7.

54

Ginger Sellick (7)

1998

1

Nicole Coleman

2006

8.

1.35 Sarah Burton (17)

1999

8.

52

Shannon Saxton (17)

2007

1

Brittney Dugger

2007

9.

1.33 Bittany Zoellner (21)

2003

9.

48

Brittany Zoellner (4)

1999

10.

1.30 Shannon Saxton (20)

2008

10.

45

Megan McCoy (7)

2001

Minimum of nine games to qualify

Most Penalty Kicks Attempted Pl. Total Name 1.

Season

Brittany Zoellner

2000

3

Brittany Zoellner

2003

Pl. Total Name (SOG-Shots)

3.

2

Nicole Coleman

2006

1.

.875 Dayle McNabb (21-24)

4.

1

12 times

2.

Most Shots on Goal Attempted Season

1.

35

Ginger Sellick (8)

1999

2.

32

Ginger Sellick (7)

1998

3.

30

Shannon Saxton (17)

2007

4.

29

Kaziah Hill (10)

2001

5.

28

Brittany Zoellner (11)

2000

28

Brittany Zoellner (9)

2003

26

Brittany Zoellner (6)

2002

7.

26

Shannon Saxton (6)

2008

9.

24

Sarah Burton (4)

1998

10.

23

Sarah Burton (3)

1999

80 - Individual Season Records

6.

Consecutive Games With Goal Pl. Total Name 1.

Season

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Season

4

Shannon Saxton

2007

4

Andrea Huerta

2008

3

Ginger Sellick

1998

Season

3

Brittany Zoellner (twice)

2000

Shots Per game

Shots on Goal Percentage

3

Pl. Total Name (Goals)

4.

3.

1.

4.57 Ginger Sellick (14)

1999

3

Kaziah Hill

2001

1999

2.

3.60 Ginger Sellick (15)

1998

3

Abbe Roche

2001

.842 Tara Milligan (16-19)

2000

3.

3.35 Brittany Zoellner (17)

2000

3

Abbe Roche

2002

3.

.767 Sarah Burton (23-30)

1999

4.

3.29 Brittany Zoellner (17)

2002

3

BreeAnn Milligan

2003

4.

.727 Sarah Burton (24-33)

1998

5.

3.06 Kaziah Hill (18)

2001

3

Nicole Coleman

2005

5.

.680 Anna Howard (17-25)

2002

6.

2.85 Shannon Saxton (20)

2008

6.

.621 Abbe Roche (18-29)

2001

7.

2.74 Shannon Saxton (19)

2007

.621 BreeAnn Milligan (18-29)

2002

8.

2.67 Brittany Zoellner (18)

1999

8.

.593 Ginger Sellick (32-54)

1998

2.67 Brittany Zoellner (21)

2003

9.

.577 Shannon Saxton (30-52)

2007

2.50 Megan McCoy (18)

2001

10.

.553 Christy Messenger (21-38)

2001

10.

Minimum of 9 games to qualify

Consecutive Games With Assist Pl. Total Name 1.

Minimum of 15 shots on goal to qualify

5.

Season

3

Sarah Burton

1998

3

BreeAnn Milligan

2002

3

Tara Milligan

2002

3

Brittany Zoellner

2003

2

14 times


Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Career Records

Top Individual Performances by Field Players mOST Points

Most Goals

Most Game-Winning Goals

Pl. Total Name (goals, assists)

Years

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Years

Pl. Total Name

Season

1.

72

Brittany Zoellner (30, 12)

1999-03

1.

30

Brittany Zoellner (73)

1999-03

1.

9

Brittany Zoellner

1999-03

2.

59

Shannon Saxton (23, 13)

2007-...

2.

23

Shannon Saxton (39)

2007-...

2.

8

Randi Baker

2005-08

3.

40

Kaziah Hill (15, 10)

2000-04

3.

16

Randi Baker (77)

2005-08

3.

6

Ginger Sellick

1998-99

40

Randi Baker (16, 8)

2005-08

4.

15

Ginger Sellick (29)

1998-99

4.

5

Brennan Lau

2003-06

5.

38

Abbe Roche (13, 12)

2000-03

15

Kaziah Hill (55)

2000-04

5

Shannon Saxton

2007-...

6.

36

Ginger Sellick (15, 6)

1998-99

6.

14

BreeAnn Milligan (53)

2002-04

4

Abbe Roche

2000-03

7.

35

BreeAnn Milligan (14, 7)

2002-04

7.

13

Abbe Roche (72)

2000-03

4

Kristin Hall

2003-06

8.

33

Kristin Hall (13, 7)

2003-06

13

Kristin Hall (77)

2003-06

2

Eight times

9.

31

Megan McCoy (11, 9)

2001-03

11

Dayle McNabb (53)

1999-01

10.

28

Dayle McNabb (11, 6)

1999-01

11

Megan McCoy (50)

2001-03

9.

6. 8.

Most Multi-Goal Games

Minimum of 28 points to qualify

Highest Goals Per Game

Highest Points Per Game Pl. Total Name (Games)

Years

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Season

1.

0.59 Shannon Saxton (39)

2007-...

Pl. Total Name

Years

1.

1999-03

3.

5

Brittany Zoellner

5

Shannon Saxton

2007-...

3

Dayle McNabb

1999-01

1.

1.51 Shannon Saxton (39)

2007-...

2.

0.41 Brittany Zoellner (73)

1999-03

3

Kaziah Hill

2000-04

2.

0.99 Brittany Zoellner (73)

1999-03

3.

0.27 Kaziah Hill (55)

2000-04

5.

2

Randi Baker

2005-08

3.

0.73 Kaziah Hill (55)

2000-04

4.

0.26 BreeAnn Milligan (53)

2002-04

6.

1

12 times

4.

0.66 BreeAnn Milligan (53)

2002-04

5.

0.22 Megan McCoy (50)

2001-03

5.

0.65 Sarah Burton (34)

1998-99

6.

0.21 Randi Baker (77)

2005-08

6.

0.62 Megan McCoy (50)

2001-03

7.

0.21 Dayle McNabb (53)

1999-01

7.

0.55 Erin Wofford (31)

2006-07

8.

0.21 Sarah Burton (34)

1998-99

8.

0.53 Dayle McNabb (53)

1999-01

9.

0.19 Erin Wofford (31)

2006-07

0.53 Abbe Roche (72)

2000-03

10.

0.19 Danielle Schwalbe (37)

2006-08

0.52 Randi Baker (77)

2005-08

10.

Minimum of 30 games to qualify

Minimum of 30 games to qualify

Most Hat Tricks Pl. Total Name (Goals)

Season

1.

1999-03

1

Brittany Zoellner (4)

1

Shannon Saxton (4)

2007-...

1

Dayle McNabb (3)

1999-01

1

Ginger Sellick (3)

1998-99

â—„ Picture to the left: Brittany Zoellner (1999-2003) holds numerous school records including most goals in a game, as well as, most points and goals in a career.

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Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Career Records, continued

Top Individual Performances by Field Players Scoring Percentage

Highest Assists Per Game

Most Shots on Goal Attempted

Pl. Pct. Name (Goals-Shots)

Years

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Years

Pl. Total Name (Goals)

Years

1.

2006-08

1.

0.33 Shannon Saxton (39)

2007-...

1.

105

Brittany Zoellner (30)

1999-03

.226 Danielle Schwalbe (7, 31)

2.

.211

2007-...

2.

0.24 Sarah Burton (34)

1998-99

2.

67

Ginger Sellick (15)

1998-99

3.

.162 Megan McCoy (11, 68)

2001-03

3.

0.18 Kaziah Hill (55)

2000-04

3.

58

Abbe Roche (13)

2000-03

4.

.159 BreeAnn Milligan (14, 88)

2002-04

4.

0.18 Megan McCoy (50)

2001-03

4.

57

Kaziah Hill (15)

2000-04

5.

.155 Randi Baker (6, 103)

2005-08

5.

0.17 Abbe Roche (72)

2000-03

5.

56

Shannon Saxtn (23)

2007-...

6.

.150 Tara Milligan (9, 60)

1999-02

6.

0.16 Brittany Zoellner (73)

1999-03

6.

49

Randi Baker (16)

2005-08

7.

.148 Kristin Hall (13, 88)

2003-06

7.

0.16 Erin Wofford (31)

2006-07

7.

47

Sarah Burton (7)

1998-99

8.

.138 Brittany Zoellner (30, 217)

1999-03

8.

0.15 Nicole Coleman (71)

2003-06

47

Dayle McNabb (11)

1999-01

.138 Kaziah Hill (15, 109)

2000-04

9.

0.13 BreeAnn Milligan (53)

2002-04

9.

46

BreeAnn Milligan (14)

2002-04

.127 Ginger Sellick (15, 118)

1998-99

10.

0.11

1999-02

10.

44

Tara Milligan (9)

1999-02

10.

Shannon Saxton (23, 109)

Tara Milligan (70)

Minimum of six goals and 10 percent to qualify

Minimum of 30 games to qualify

Most Assists

Most Game-Winning Assists

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Shots on Goal Per Game

Years

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Season

1.

1.

13

Shannon Saxton (39)

2007-...

2.

12

Brittany Zoellner (73)

1999-03

Years

1.

1.44 Brittany Zoellner (73)

1999-03

4

Kaziah Hill

2000-04

2.

1.44 Shannon Saxton (39)

2007-...

4

Brittany Zoellner

1999-03

3.

1.38 Sarah Burton (34)

1998-99

12

Abbe Roche (72)

2000-03

3

BreeAnn Milligan

2002-04

4.

1.04 Kaziah Hill (55)

2000-04

4.

11

Nicole Coleman (71 )

2003-06

3

Kristin Hall

2003-06

5.

0.89 Dayle McNabb (53)

1999-01

5.

10

Kaziah Hill (55)

2000-04

3

Sophie Parrish

2004-07

6.

0.87 BreeAnn Milligan (53)

2002-04

6.

9

Megan McCoy (50)

2001-03

3

Shannon Saxton

2007-...

7.

0.81 Abbe Roche (72)

2000-03

7.

8

Sarah Burton (34)

1998-99

2

13 times

8.

0.66 Megan McCoy (50)

2001-03

8

Tara Milligan (70)

1999-02

9.

0.64 Randi Baker (77)

2005-08

8

Randi Baker (77)

2005-08

10.

0.63 Tara Milligan (70)

1999-02

7

Three times

10.

3.

Pl. Total Name (Games)

7.

Minimum of two to qualify

Minimum of 30 games to qualify

Most Multi-Assist Games

Minimum of 30 games to qualify

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Years

1.

3

Shannon Saxton

2007-...

2.

2

Sarah Burton

1998-99

2

Abbe Roche

2000-03

1

12 times

4.

â–ş Picture to the right: Randi Baker (2005-08) is listed throughout the Bronco record book including being ranked third in career goals.

82 - Individual Career Records


Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Career Records, continued

Top Individual Performances by Field Players Shots on Goal Percentage

Shots Per game

Games Played

Pl. Total Name (SOG-Shots)

Years

Pl. Total Name (Goals)

Years

Pl. Total Name

Years

1.

.746 Sarah Burton (47-63)

1998-99

1.

2.97 Brittany Zoellner (73)

1999-03

1.

2.

.733 Tara Milligan (44-60)

1999-02

2.

2.79 Shannon saxton (39)

2007-...

3.

.568 Ginger Sellick (67-118)

1998-99

3.

1.98 Kaziah Hill (55)

2000-04

3.

4.

.534 Dayle McNabb (47-88)

1999-01

4.

1.86 Abbe Roche (72)

2000-03

5.

.523 Kaziah Hill (57-109)

2000-04

5.

1.85 Sarah Burton (34)

1998-99

.523 BreeAnn Milligan (46-88)

2002-04

6.

1.66 BreeAnn Milligan (53)

7.

.519 Brennan Lau (42-81)

2003-06

8.

.514 Shannon Saxton (56-109)

2007-...

9.

.486 Nicole Coleman (35-72)

10.

.485 Megan McCoy (33-69)

77

Kristin Hall

2003-06

77

Randi Baker

2005-08

76

Melanie Bohnet

2004-07

4.

74

Brennan Lau

2003-06

5.

73

Brittany Zoellner

1999-03

2002-04

73

Amy Dunn

2000-03

1.66 Dayle McNabb (53)

1999-01

73

Alli Tsuchida

2004-07

8.

1.55 Erin Wofford (31)

2006-07

72

Abbe Roche

2000-03

2003-06

9.

1.36 Megan McCoy (50)

2001-03

72

Kim Parker

2003-06

2001-03

10.

1.34 Randi Baker (77)

2005-08

72

Molly McDonald

2003-06

Minimum of 30 shots on goal to qualify

Minimum of 30 games to qualify

Most Shots Attempted

Most Penalty Kicks made

Games Started Pl. Total Name

Years

1.

73

Brittany Zoellner

1999-03

2.

70

Tara Milligan

1999-02

70

Abbe Roche

2000-03

4.

69

Kristin Hall

2003-06

1998-99

5.

67

Brennan Lau

2003-06

Megan McCoy

2001-03

6.

66

Randi Baker

2005-08

Brittney Dugger

2006-07

7.

64

Kim Parker

2003-06

2002-04

8.

61

Molly McDonald

2003-06

Kristin Hall (13)

2003-06

9.

59

Jeanne Orm

1998-01

88

Dayle McNabb (11)

1999-01

59

Amy Dunn

2000-03

81

Brennan Lau (10)

2003-06

Pl. Total Name (Goals)

Years

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Years

1.

217

Brittany Zoellner (30)

1999-03

1.

5

Brittany Zoellner

1999-03

2.

134

Abbe Roche (13)

2000-03

2.

2

Brennan Lau

2003-06

3.

118

Ginger Sellick (15)

1998-99

2

Nicole Coleman

2003-06

4.

109

Shannon Saxton (23)

2007-...

1

Ginger Sellick

109

Kaziah Hill (15)

2000-04

1

6.

103

Randi Baker (16)

2005-08

1

7.

88

BreeAnn Milligan (14)

88 10.

8.

4.

Most Penalty Kicks Attempted Pl. Total Name (Games)

Years

1.

6

Brittany Zoellner

1999-03

2.

3

Nicole Coleman

2003-06

3

Brennan Lau

2003-06

1

Eight times

4.

â—„ Picture to the left: Kristin Hall (2003-06) can be found at numerous places in the Boise State record book. She currently holds (tied) the record for most games played in a career.

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Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Match Records

Top Individual Performances by Goalkeepers mOST Saves

mOST Assists

Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

1. 3.

6.

9.

14

Jeanne Orm (10/25/1998 - at CSU Fullerton)

1.

2

Jennifer Burns (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah)

14

Jeanne Orm (10/17/1999 - at North Texas)

2.

1

Jeanne Orm (10/8/1999 - N. Arizona)

13

Jeanne Orm (10/23/1998 - at UC Irvine)

1

Jennifer Burns (10/21/2007 - at Idaho)

13

Lindsay Vandenberg (9/11/2002 - at Portland St.)

13

Lindsay Vandenberg (10/4/2002 - at SMU)

11

Lindsay Vandenberg (9/24/2000 - at Oregon St.)

11

Jeanne Orm (9/21/2001 - at Cal Poly)

11

Michaela Morrison (9/30/2005 - at Texas A&M)

10

Four times Minimum of 10 to qualify

mOST points Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent)

mOST Shots on Goal Faced Pl. Total Name (Date - Opponent) 1. 3.

6.

17

Jeanne Orm (10/23/1998 - at UC Irvine)

17

Lindsay Vandenberg (10/4/2002 - at SMU)

15

Jeanne Orm (9/25/1998 - at Cal Poly)

15

Jeanne Orm (10/25/1998 - at CSU Fullerton)

15

Jeanne Orm (10/17/1999 - at North Texas)

14

Jeanne Orm (9/21/2001 - at Cal Poly)

14

Lindsay Vandenberg (9/11/2002 - at Portland St.)

13

Jeanne Orm (10/1/1999 - Pacific)

1.

2

Jennifer Burns (9/9/2007 - vs. S. Utah)

2.

1

Jeanne Orm (10/8/1999 - N. Arizona)

13

Lindsay Vandenberg (9/24/2000 - at Oregon St.)

1

Jennifer Burns (10/21/2007 - at Idaho)

13

Amy Ortmann (10/25/2002 - at Hawaii)

13

Michaela Morrison (10/6/2006 - at San Jose St.)

8.

Minimum of 13 to qualify

â–ş Picture to the right: Jeanne Orm (1998-01) was the first goalkeeper in Bronco history and a member of the inaugural team. She set the standard for all keepers that followed her.

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Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Season Records

Top Individual Performances by Goalkeepers Most saves Pl. Total Name

Saves Percentage Season

Pl. Pct. Name

Most Wins Season

Pl. Total Name (Record)

Most Ties Season

Pl. Total Name (Record)

Season

1.

107

Jeanne Orm

1998

1.

.835 Kim Parker

2006

1.

9

Jeanne Orm (9-7-1)

2001

1.

4

Kim Parker (3-4-4)

2006

2.

92

Kim Parker

2003

2.

.827 Liz Ruiz

2008

2.

8

Kim Parker (8-12-1)

2003

2.

3

Jennifer Burns (7-5-3)

2007

3.

88

Jeanne Orm

1999

3.

.820 Kim Parker

2004

8

Kim Parker (8-7-1)

2004

3.

2

Jeanne Orm (2-6-2)

2000

4.

78

Jeanne Orm

2001

4.

.790 Jeanne Orm

2000

7

Kim Parker (7-7-0)

2005

2

Michaela Morrison (3-1-2)

2005

5.

73

Kim Parker

2004

5.

.779 Kim Parker

2005

7

Jennifer Burns (7-5-3)

2007

1

Nine Times

6.

66

Kim Parker

2006

6.

.770 Jeanne Orm

1998

7

Jennifer Burns (7-4-1)

2008

7.

64

Jeanne Orm

2000

7.

.765 Jeanne Orm

1999

5

Jeanne Orm (5-11-1)

1998

64

Jennifer Burns

2007

8.

.723 Jennifer Burns

2008

5

Jeanne Orm (5-10-0)

1999

9.

60

Kim Parker

2005

9.

.719 Jennifer Burns

2007

4

Michaela Morrison (4-3-0)

2006

10.

55

Lindsay Vandenberg

2002

10.

.703 Jeanne Orm

2001

4

Liz Ruiz (4-4-1)

2008

4.

7. 9.

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Season

1.

6.29 Jeanne Orm (17)

1998

Pl. Total Name

2.

5.82 Jeanne Orm (11)

2000

1.

1.00 Kim Parker

3.

5.50 Jeanne Orm (16)

1999

2.

4.

5.44 Lindsay Vandenberg (9)

2000

5.

5.08 Kim Parker (13)

6.

4.78 Liz Ruiz (9)

7.

Season

Pl. Total Name (Record)

Season

Kim Parker

2004

2.

4

Jeanne Orm

2001

4

Jennifer Burns

2007

3

Jeanne Orm

1998

Season

3

Kim Parker

2003

3

Liz Ruiz

2008

2

Kim Parker

2006

2

Jennifer Burns

2008

1

Nine Times

4.

1.

12

Kim Parker (8-12-1)

2003

2006

2.

11

Jeanne Orm (5-11-1)

1998

1.03 Liz Ruiz

2008

3.

10

Jeanne Orm (5-10-0)

1999

3.

1.04 Jennifer Burns

2008

4.

7

Jeanne Orm (9-7-1)

2001

2006

4.

1.08 Kim Parker

2004

7

Kim Parker (8-7-1)

2004

2008

5.

1.30 Kim Parker

2005

7

Kim Parker (7-7-0)

2005

4.59 Jeanne Orm (17)

2001

6.

1.64 Jeanne Orm

2000

7

Lindsay Vandenberg (3-7-1)

2002

8.

4.38 Kim Parker (21)

2003

7.

1.68 Jennifer Burns

2007

8.

6

Jeanne Orm (2-6-2)

2000

9.

4.27 Jennifer Burns (15)

2007

8.

1.83 Jeanne Orm

1998

9.

5

Lindsay Vandenberg (2-5-0)

2000

10.

4.23 Lindsay Vandenberg (13)

2002

9.

1.89 Jeanne Orm

1999

5

Jennifer Burns (7-5-3)

2007

10.

1.93 Jeanne Orm

2001

Minimum of 9 games to qualify

Pl. Total Name 5

Most Losses

Goals Against average

Most Shutouts 1.

Minimum of 750 minutes to qualify

Saves Per Game

5.

7. 9.

Minimum of 750 minutes to qualify

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Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Career Records

Top Individual Performances by Goalkeepers Most saves

Goals Against average

Most Losses

Pl. Total Name

Years

Pl. Total Name (Minutes)

Years

Pl. Total Name (Record)

Years

1.

337

Jeanne Orm

1998-01

1.

1.39 Jennifer Burns (2,467)

2006-...

1.

34

Jeanne Orm (2134-4)

1998-01

2.

291

Kim Parker

2003-06

2.

1.41 Kim Parker (5,618)

2003-06

2.

30

Kim Parker (26-30-6)

2003-06

3.

131

Lindsay Vandenberg

1999-02

3.

1.57 Michaela Morrison (2,122)

2004-07

3.

14

Lindsay Vandenberg (7-14-1)

1999-02

4.

111

Michaela Morrison

2004-07

4.

1.84 Jeanne Orm (5,335)

1998-01

4.

9

Jennifer Burns (14-9-4)

2006-08

5.

98

Jennifer Burns

2006-...

5.

2.17 Lindsay Vandenberg (2,119)

1999-02

5.

7

Michaela Morrison (10-7-3)

2004-07

6.

43

Liz Ruiz

2008-...

6.

4

Amy Ortmann (2-4-0)

2002-05

7.

30

Amy Ortmann

2002-05

4

Liz Ruiz (4-4-1)

2008-...

Minimum of 2000 minutes to qualify

Most Wins Saves Per Game

Years

26

Kim Parker (26-30-6)

2003-06

Pl. Total Name (Record)

Years

1998-01

1.

6

Kim Parker (26-30-6)

2003-06

2.

4

Jeanne Orm (21-34-4)

1998-01

4

Jennifer Burns (14-9-4)

2006-...

Pl. Total Name (Games)

Years

1.

1.

5.52 Jeanne Orm (61)

1998-01

2.

21

Jeanne Orm (21-34-4)

2.

4.37 Lindsay Vandenberg (30)

1999-02

3.

14

Jennifer Burns (14-9-4)

2006-...

3.

4.04 Kim Parker (72)

2003-06

4.

10

Michaela Morrison (10-7-3)

2004-07

4.

3.50 Jennifer Burns (28)

2006-08

5.

7

Lindsay Vandenberg (7-14-1)

1999-02

4.

3

Michaela Morrison (10-7-3)

2004-07

5.

2.92 Michaela Morrison (38)

2004-07

6.

4

Liz Ruiz (4-4-1)

2008-...

5.

1

Lindsay Vandenberg (7-14-1)

1999-02

7.

2

Amy Ortmann (2-4-0)

2002-05

1

Liz Ruiz (4-4-1)

2008-...

Minimum of 25 games to qualify

Saves Percentage

Win Percentage

Most Shutouts

Pl. Pct. Name (Saves)

Years

Pl. Pct. Name (Record)

Years

Pl. Total Name

Years

1.

.768 Kim Parker (291)

2003-06

1.

.593 Jennifer Burns (14-9-4)

2006-...

1.

11

Kim Parker

2003-06

2.

.756 Jeanne Orm (337)

1998-01

2.

.575 Michaela Morrison (10-7-3)

2004-07

2.

9

Jeanne Orm

1998-01

3.

.750 Michaela Morrison (111)

2004-07

3.

.500 Liz Ruiz (4-4-1)

2008-...

3.

6

Jennifer Burns

2006-...

4.

.721 Jennifer Burns (98)

2006-...

4.

.468 Kim Parker (26-30-6)

2003-06

4.

3

Michaela Morrison

2004-07

5.

.720 Lindsay Vandenberg (131)

1999-02

5.

.390 Jeanne Orm (21-34-4)

1998-01

3

Liz Ruiz

2008-...

6.

.341 Lindsay Vandenberg (7-14-1)

1999-02

2

Lindsay Vandenberg

1999-02

7.

.333 Amy Ortmann (2-4-0)

2002-05

Minimum of 75 saves to qualify

â—„ Picture to the left: Kim Parker (2003-06) can be found throughout the Bronco record book. She holds numerous records including most wins and most shutouts in a career,

86 - Goalkeeper Career Records

Most Ties

Pl. Total Name (Record)

6.


Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Team Records Season Highs and Lows

----- Season Offensive Highs and Lows ----Most Points

Most Assists Season

----- Season Defensive Highs and Lows -----

Most Penalty Kicks Made Pl. Total Season

Most Shutouts

Most Goals Allowed

Pl.

Total (G-A)

Season

Pl.

Total (G-A)

Pl.

Total

Season

Pl.

Total

1.

116 (41-34)

2007

1.

34

2007

1.

4

2003

1.

9

2004

1.

50

2002

1.

154 (32)

1998

2.

103 (38-27)

2001

2.

27

2001

2.

2

2000

2.

5

2005

2.

42

2003

2.

150 (37)

1999

3.

85 (30-25)

2002

3.

26

1999

3.

1 (Six Times)

5

2007

3.

37

1999

3.

146 (28)

2000

4.

84 (31-22)

2008

4.

25

2002

37

2007

4.

138 (50)

2002

5.

81 (30-21)

2003

5.

22

2008

5.

36

1998

5.

134 (42)

2003

Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed Pl. Total (Goals) Season

4.

Fewest Penalty Kicks Made Pl. Total Season

4 (Three Times)

Fewest Shutouts

Season

Most Shots on Goal Allowed Pl. Total (Goals) Season

Pl.

Total (G-A)

Season

Pl.

Total (G-A)

Season

0

2002

1.

0

2002

Pl.

Fewest Goals allowed Total Season

1.

50 (18-14)

2004

1.

13

2006

0

2008

2.

2

1999

1.

19

2004

1.

101 (22)

2008

2.

53 (18-17)

2000

2.

14

1998

2

2000

2.

22

2008

2.

113 (37)

2007

3.

56 (21-14)

1998

14

2004

3

2003

3.

26

2005

3.

116 (19)

2004

4.

65 (26-13)

2006

4.

17

2000

3

2006

26

2006

4.

119 (36)

2001

5.

67 (24-19)

2005

5.

19

2005

5.

28

2000

5.

127 (26)

2006

Fewest Points

Fewest Assists

1.

Most Shots on Goal

Most Goals

4.

0

1999

Pl.

Total

1 (Six Times) 4.

most Penalty Kick Attempts Pl. Total Season 1.

2003

4

2000

Pl.

Total (G-A)

Season

2006

1.

145 (50-45)

2002

Pl.

Most Assists Allowed Total Season

2.

117 (42-33)

2003

1.

45

2002

3.

109 (37-35)

1999

2.

35

1999

109 (37-35)

2007

35

2007

96 (36-24)

2001

4.

33

2003

5.

29

1998

Total

Season

Pl.

Total (Goals)

Season

3.

3

1.

41

2007

1.

143 (38)

2001

4.

2 (Three Times)

2.

38

2001

2.

140 (21)

1998

3.

31

2008

3.

135 (27)

1999

4.

30

2002

4.

127 (18)

2000

30

2003

127 (30)

2002

Fewest Penalty Kick Attempts Pl. Total Season 1.

Fewest Goals Season

3.

Most points Against

4

Pl.

Fewest Shots on Goal Pl. Total (Goals) Season

Season

5.

0

1999

0

2002

1

1998

Pl.

Fewest Points Against Total (G-A) Season

1

2004

1.

52 (19-14)

2004

Fewest Assists Allowed Pl. Total Season

1

2008

2.

60 (22-16)

Pl.

Total

1.

18

2000

1.

83 (18)

2004

2008

1.

14

2004

18

2004

2.

101 (26)

2006

3.

67 (26-15)

2006

2.

15

2006

3.

21

1998

3.

102 (24)

2005

4.

76 (26-24)

2005

3.

16

2008

4.

24

2005

4.

107 (41)

2007

5.

82 (28-26)

2000

4.

24

2001

5.

26

2006

5.

114 (31)

2008

24

2005

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Broncos Boise Records State Soccer of the

Team Records

Season Highs and Lows, Match Highs ----- Miscellaneous Season Highs and Lows -----

----- Match Highs -----

Pl.

Total (Record)

Season

Pl.

Total (Record)

Season

Pl.

Total

Season

Pl.

Highest Save Percentage Total (GA-SV) Season

Pl. Total Opponent (Date)

Pl. Total Opponent (Date)

1.

11 (11-8-2)

2008

1.

4 (7-7-4)

2006

1.

115

2000

1.

.838 (19-98)

2004

1.

27

vs. S. Utah (9-9-07)

1.

2.

10 (10-7-1)

2001

2.

3 (8-6-3)

2007

2.

112

1999

2.

.804 (28-115)

2000

2.

20

vs. NW. Nazarene (9-13-99)

10 (10-8-2)

2005

3.

2 (Four Times)

3.

107

1998

3.

.803 (26-106)

2006

3.

18

vs. Col. of Idaho (9-10-0-98)

4.

9 (9-8-2)

2004

4.

106

2006

4.

.798 (26-103)

2005

4.

15

vs. Gonzaga (9-17-00)

5.

8 (Two Times)

5.

103

2005

5.

.782 (22-79)

2008

15

vs. Siena (9-7-02)

Most Victories

Most Draws

Most Saves

mOST Points

mOST Shots on Goal

3.

Fewest Draws Fewest Victories Season

Total (Record)

1.

0 (6-12-0)

1999

Season

2.

1 (5-11-1)

1998

Pl.

Total 76

2007

1.

.638 (50-88)

2002

1.

9

vs. S. Utah (9-9-07)

3.

20

vs. Hawaii (11-7-01)

2.

79

2008

2.

.673 (37-76)

2007

2.

7

vs. NW. Nazarene (9-13-99)

4.

17

Cal Poly (9-25-98)

3.

83

2001

3.

.697 (36-83)

2001

3.

6

vs. Col. of Idaho (9-10-0-98)

17

at Idaho State (9-7-07)

4.

88

2002

4.

.698 (42-97)

2003

4.

5

Six Times

5.

97

2003

5.

.752 (37-112)

1999

2000

1 (10-7-1)

2001

1.

2.

5 (5-11-1)

1998

1 (5-11-1)

2002

5 (5-11-1)

2002

1 (8-12-1)

2003

4.

6 (6-12-0)

1999

5.

7 (7-7-4)

2006

mOST Goals

1.

37

at UTEP (10-6-02)

Pl. Total Opponent (Date)

2.

21

at Miami, Fla. (10-31-99)

Most Games Played Season

Pl.

Total

1.

21

2003

21

2008

Pl.

Total (Games)

Most saves Per Game Season

mOST Assists

Best Goals Against average Pl. Total (GA-Min) Season

Pl. Total Opponent (Date) 1.

9

vs. S. Utah (9-9-07)

2.

6

Pl.

Total (Record)

1.

12 (6-12-0)

1999

3.

20

2005

1.

6.76 (17)

2000

1.

0.96 (19-1780)

2004

12 (8-12-1)

2003

4.

19

2004

2.

6.29 (17)

1998

2.

1.04 (22-1910)

2008

11 (4-11-2)

2000

19

2007

3.

6.22 (18)

1999

3.

1.25 (26-1879)

2005

11 (5-11-1)

1998

4.

5.89 (18)

2006

4.

1.35 (26-1730)

2006

11 (5-11-1)

2002

5.

5.18 (17)

2002

5.

1.55 (28-1628)

2000

4.

Total

1.

17

1998

Season

17 17

Pl.

Total (Record)

1.

6 (8-6-3)

2007

2.

7 (10-7-1)

2001

7 (7-7-4)

2006

4.

4.

18 (Three Times)

8 (Three Times)

88 - Team Season and Match Records

Season

10

at UTEP (10-6-02)

2.

7

Cal Poly (9-25-98)

vs. Col. of Idaho (9-10-0-98)

7

at Miami, Fla. (10-31-99)

6

vs. NW. Nazarene (9-13-99)

7

vs. Hawaii (11-7-01)

5

vs. Gonzaga (9-17-00)

6

vs. San Francisco (8-31-03)

5

vs. Siena (9-7-02)

mOST Saves

Worst Goals Against Average Pl. Total (GA-Min) Season

Pl. Total Opponent (Date)

2000

Fewest Saves Per game Pl. Total (Games) Season

1.

18

at Texas A&M (9-30-05)

2002

1.

3.76 (21)

2008

1.

2.90 (50-1554)

2002

2.

14

vs. CSU Fullerton (10-25-98)

2.

4.00 (19)

2007

2.

2.03 (37-1639)

1999

14

vs. North Texas (10-17-99)

3.

4.61 (18)

2001

3.

1.96 (42-1926)

2003

13

Three Times

4.

4.62 (21)

2003

4.

1.93 (36-1675)

2001

5.

5.15 (20)

2005

5.

1.88 (37-1770)

2007

4.

mOST Goals allowed Pl. Total Opponent (Date) 1.

Fewest Games Played Pl.

Pl. Total Opponent (Date)

Pl.

4 (4-11-2)

Fewest Defeats

Five Times

Season

1.

3.

vs. S. Utah (9-9-07)

17

Lowest Save Percentage Total (GA-SV) Season

Fewest Saves

Total (Record)

Season

vs. S. Utah (9-29-02)

18

mOST points Allowed

Pl.

Pl.

Most Defeats

18

5.

mOST Shots on Goal faced Pl. Total Opponent (Date) 1.

20

at Texas A&M (9-30-05)

2.

17

at UC Irvine (10-23-98)

17

at SMU (10-4-02)

15

Four Times

4.


Boise State Soccer

Program History


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Year-by-year Schedules The 1998 and 1999 Teams

1998 Season

1999 Season

Coach: Julie Orlowski

Coach: Julie Orlowski

Overall 5-11-1, Big West 2-7-0 (8th)

Overall 6-12-0, Big West 3-6-0 (8th)

Home 3-4-1, Away 2-7-0

1998 Team

1999 Team

Date 9-1

Opponent at Weber State

9-5 9-7 9-10 9-14 9-18 9-20 9-25 9-27 10-2 10-4 10-11 10-16 10-18 10-23 10-25 10-31

@ Idaho State @ Eastern Washington College of Idaho at Northwest Nazarene at Nevada-Las Vegas at Northern Arizona Cal Poly * UC Santa Barbara * at Long Beach State * at Pacific * at Idaho * North Texas * Utah State * at UC Irvine * at Cal State Fullerton * Denver

Home 5-3-0, Away 1-7-0, Neutral 0-2-0 Result L 0-3

T 0-0 dot W 1-0 W 6-0 W 4-1 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 0-7 W 3-2 ot L 1-2 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 0-4 L 0-1 L 1-2 dot

@ = Governor’s Cup: Boise, ID * = Big West Conference Game

Date 8-28 9-4 9-6 9-13 9-17 9-19 9-24 9-26 10-1 10-3 10-8 10-10 10-15 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-29 10-31

Opponent Portland State vs @ Washington State vs @ Idaho State Northwest Nazarene at Gonzaga at Eastern Washington at UC - Santa Barbara * at Cal Poly * Pacific * Long Beach State * Northern Arizona Idaho * at Utah State * at North Texas * Cal State Fullerton * UC - Irvine * at Florida International at Miami (Fla.)

Result W 4-0 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 7-0 L 1-3 W 5-1 L 0-1 dot L 0-4 L 1-4 L 0-1 L 1-2 W 2-1 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 3-2 W 2-1 L 0-3 L 0-7

@ = Governor’s Cup: Moscow, ID * = Big West Conference Game

90 - Year-By-Year Schedules


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Year-by-year Schedules The 2000 and 2001 Teams 2000 Season

2001 Season

Coach: Steve Lucas

Coach: Steve Lucas

Overall 4-11-2, Big West 1-6-1 (9th)

Overall 10-7-1, WAC 5-3-0 (t-2nd)

Home 2-3-1, Away 1-7-1, Neutral 1-1-0 Date 8-25 8-26 9-1 9-3 9-15 9-17 9-22 9-24 9-28 10-6 10-8 10-13 10-15 10-22 10-27 10-29 11-4

Opponent at $ Hawaii

Result T 2-2 dot

vs $ Wyoming vs @ Weber State at @ Idaho State UNLV Gonzaga at Portland State at Oregon State at Utah at UC - Irvine* at Cal State Fullerton* Cal Poly* UC - Santa Barbara* at Pacific* Long Beach State* at Idaho* Utah State*

L 1-2 dot W 2-1 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 5-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 dot L 1-4 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 2-1 L 1-2 T 0-0 dot L 0-2 L 0-2

$ = Outrigger Inv.: Honolulu, HI @ = Governor’s Cup: Moscow, ID * = Big West Conference Game

Home 7-2-0, Away 3-2-1, Neutral 0-3-0

2000 Team

2001 Team

Date 8-31 9-2 9-5 9-7 9-9 9-16 9-21 9-22 9-25 10-5 10-7 10-14 10-18 10-21 10-26 10-28 11-2 11-4 11-7

Opponent Idaho $ Weber State $ Portland State at St. Bonaventure # vs Duquesne # at Gonzaga ^ at Cal Poly vs Montana + Idaho State SMU * UTEP * at Nevada * at Fresno State * Eastern Washington Hawai’i * San Jose State * at Rice * at Tulsa * vs Hawai’i ^

Result W 4-2 W 3-2 dot W 2-1 T 0-0 dot L 1-2 DNP L 1-3 L 2-3 W 1-0 ot L 2-3 L 4-5 W 4-1 W 1-0 ot W 3-2 W 3-0 W 2-1 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 1-7

$ = Bronco Diadorra Cl.: Boise, ID # = St. Bonaventure Trn.: St. Bonaventure, NY ^ = Match cancelled for 9/11 + = San Luis Obispo, CA * = Western Athletic Conference Game ^ = WAC Trn: Dallas, TX

Year-By-Year Schedules - 91


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Year-by-year Schedules The 2002 and 2003 Teams 2002 Season

2003 Season

Coach: Steve Lucas

Coach: Steve Lucas

Overall 5-11-1, WAC 1-7-0 (9th)

Overall 8-12-1, WAC 4-4-0 (t-4th)

Home 1-5-0, Away 2-5-1, Neutral 2-1-0 Date 8-31 9-7 9-8 9-11 9-14 9-20 9-22 9-27 9-29 10-4 10-6 10-11 10-18 10-20 10-25 11-1 11-3

Opponent Idaho vs Siena $ at Idaho State $ at Portland State Gonzaga at Montana at Eastern Washington vs Utah State # vs Southern Utah # at Southern Methodist* at UTEP* Nevada* at San Jose State* Fresno State* at Hawai’i* Rice* Tulsa*

Result L 1-2 W 5-1 W 3-1 T 1-1 dot L 0-5 L 0-1 W 4-3 L 1-2 W 4-1 L 0-4 L 1-10 W 2-1 L 1-4 L 3-4 ot L 1-5 L 2-3 L 1-2

$ = Bengal Cl.: Pocatello, ID # = High Country Cl.: Flagstaff, AZ * = Western Athletic Conference Game

Home 6-3-1, Away 2-7-0, Neutral 0-2-0 Date 8-29 8-31 9-2 9-5 9-7 9-12 9-16 9-19 9-21 9-26 9-28 10-3 10-5 10-10 10-12 10-17 10-19 10-24 10-26 11-2 11-6

Opponent at Oregon $ vs San Francisco $ at Portland State Idaho State Cal Poly at Idaho Eastern Washington at UC Irvine at Cal State Fullerton Northern Arizona # Northern Colorado # at Fresno State* at San Jose State* Utah Valley State Hawai’i* at Tulsa* at Rice* UTEP* Southern Methodist* Nevada* vs UTEP &

Result L 1-4 L 0-6 W 2-1 L 0-4 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 2-0 L 0-2 L 1-4 T 1-1 dot W 2-0 L 2-5 W 4-2 W 3-2 ot L 0-1 L 0-1 L 1-2 ot W 2-1 W 2-1 W 5-0 L 0-1 ot

$ = Oregon Trn.: Eugene, OR # = Soccer Etc. Nike Cl.: Boise, ID * = Western Athletic Conference Game & = WAC Trn.: Dallas, TX

92 - Year-By-Year Schedules

2002 Team

2003 Team


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Year-by-year Schedules The 2004 and 2005 Teams

2004 Season

2005 Season

Coach: Steve Lucas

Coach: Steve Lucas

Overall 9-8-2, WAC 2-4-2 (7th)

Overall 10-8-2, WAC 4-3-0 (6th)

Home 6-2-2, Away 3-6-0, Neutral 0-0-0 Date 8-27

2004 Team

2005 Team

Opponent Utah State

8-29 9-3 9-5 9-10 9-12 9-17 9-19 9-24 9-26 10-3 10-8 10-10 10-14 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-29 10-31

Portland State at Eastern Washington at Gonzaga Minnesota $ Montana $ at Utah Valley State at Utah Idaho at Idaho State at Nevada* Fresno State* San Jose State* Montana St.-Billings at Hawai’i* Tulsa* Rice* at UTEP* at Southern Methodist*

Result W 1-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 0-3 W 1-0 L 0-1 ot W 2-0 W 3-0 T 1-1 dot W 2-0 L 0-1 L 1-2 dot T 0-0 dot L 0-2 L 0-3

$ = Soccer Etc. Nike Cl.: Boise, ID * = Western Athletic Conference Game

Home 4-2-1, Away 3-5-1, Neutral 3-1-0 Date 8-28 9-2 9-4 9-9 9-11 9-16 9-18 9-21 9-24 9-26 9-30 10-2 10-7 10-9 10-14 10-16 10-23 10-28 10-30 11-3

Opponent Utah vs UC-Davis & vs Bowling Green & at Montana vs Air Force % Northern Arizona $ Eastern Washington $ Idaho State vs IUPUI # at Southern Utah at #11 Texas A&M at Texas Christian San Jose State* at Hawai’i* Nevada* Fresno State* at Idaho* at Utah State* at Louisiana Tech* vs Nevada^

Result L 0-3 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 1-0 T 1-1 dot W 2-1 W 4-1 T 1-1 dot L 0-2 L 0-1 ot W 2-1 ot L 0-3 W 3-2 dot L 0-1 dot W 1-0 L 0-4 W 5-0 L 0-3

& = Mountain Cl.: Flagstaff, AZ % = at Missoula, MT $ = Soccer Etc. Nike Cl.: Boise, ID # = at Cedar City, UT ^ = WAC Trn.: Boise, ID * = Western Athletic Conference Game

Year-By-Year Schedules - 93


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Year-by-year Schedules The 2006 and 2007 Teams 2006 Season

2007 Season

Coach: Steve Lucas

Coach: Steve Lucas

Overall 7-7-4, WAC 2-3-2 (5th)

Overall 9-7-3, WAC 5-1-1 (t-2nd)

Home 5-2-2, Away 2-3-1, Neutral 0-2-1 Date 8-25

Opponent Southern Utah

9-1 9-3 9-6 9-8 9-15 9-17 9-22 9-29 10-1 10-6 10-8 10-13 10-15 10-22 10-27 10-29 11-2

Montana & Idaho State & Utah Valley State at Eastern Washington vs UC Davis % vs Wyoming % at #13 California at Sacramento State TCU at San Jose State* Hawai’i* at Nevada* at Fresno State* Idaho * Utah State* Louisiana Tech* vs San Jose State ^

Home 3-1-2, Away 4-5-0, Neutral 2-1-1

Result W 3-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 W 3-0 W 4-3 ot L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 4-3 dot T 1-1 dot L 0-3 W 3-2 T 0-0 dot L 0-2 T 1-1 dot L 0-1 dot W 2-1 T 0-0 dot

& = Governor’s Cup: Boise, ID

2006 Team

2007 Team

Date 8-31 9-2 9-7 9-9 9-14 9-16 9-21 9-23 9-30 10-2 10-6 10-12 10-14 10-21 10-26 10-28 11-2 11-4 11-9

Opponent vs. Portland State ^ vs. Oregon ^ at Idaho State & vs. Southern Utah & at Weber State Eastern Washington vs. Oregon State # at Montana # at Utah at Gonzaga Northern Arizona at Louisiana Tech * at Utah State * Idaho * Fresno State * Nevada * at Hawai’i * at San Jose State * Fresno State **

% = at Reno, NV

^ = Nevada Trn.: Reno, NV

^ = WAC Trn.: Reno, NV

& = Governor’s Cup: Pocatello, ID

* = Western Athletic Conference Game

Result W 3-0 L 0-3 L 2-5 W 9-0 L 0-3 W 3-1 T 2-2 W 2-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 T 0-0 W 4-2 W 2-1 W 5-1 T 1-1 W 3-2 L 0-5 W 2-0 L 1-4

# = at Missoula, MT * = Western Athletic Conference Game ** = WAC Trn.: Boise, ID

94 - Year-By-Year Schedules


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Year-by-year Schedules The 2008 and 2009 Teams 2008 Season

2009 Season

Coach: Steve Lucas

Coach: Steve Lucas

Overall 11-8-2, WAC 3-3-1 (4th) Home 3-2-2, Away 4-3-0, Neutral 4-3-0 Date 8-22 8-24 8-31 9-5 9-7 9-12 9-14 9-19 9-21 9-28 10-3 10-5 10-10 10-12 10-19 10-24 10-26 10-31 11-2 11-6 11-7

Opponent Northwest Nazarene

Result W 3-0

Eastern Washington Weber State vs Idaho State & vs Seattle & at Saint Mary’s % vs #20 California % vs UL Monroe # vs VMI # at Montana at Northern Colorado at Wyoming Louisiana Tech* Utah State* at Idaho* at Fresno State* at Nevada* Hawaii* San Jose State* vs San Jose State ^ vs Utah State ^

W 4-0 T 2-2 dot W 2-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 0-2 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 T 2-2 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 L 1-2 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-1

& = Governor’s Cup: Boise, ID % = at Reno, NV # = St. Mary’s Fall Cl.: Moraga, CA ^ = WAC Trn.: Reno, NV * = Western Athletic Conference Game

Date 8-21 8-23 8-28 8-30 9-3 9-5 9-11 9-13 9-18 9-20 9-25 9-27 10-2 10-4 10-9 10-11 10-18 10-23 10-30 11-1 11-5 11-6 11-8

Opponent at Seattle at Portland State vs. Rider & at Navy & Montana % Idaho State % Arkansas-Pine Bluff # Northern Colorado # North Dakota State ^ Wyoming ^ UC Riverside + Gonzaga + at New Mexico State * at Louisiana Tech * Utah State * Nevada * at Idaho * at Fresno State * Hawaii * San Jose State * WAC Quarterfinals** WAC Semifinals** WAC Championship**

Result 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m.

2008 Team

2009 Team

12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

& = Navy Inv.: Annapolis, MD % = Governor’s Cup: Boise, ID # = Holiday Inn Cl.: Boise, ID ^ = Soccer Etc.-Nike Inv.: Boise, ID + = Wyoming Cowgirl Cl.: Laramie, WY * = Western Athletic Conference Game ** = WAC Trn.: Boise, ID

Year-By-Year Schedules - 95


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

opponent Series Results

Legend * = Conference Match Cl. = Classic Inv. = Invitational Trn. = Tournament

Boise State All-Time Versus Non-Conference Schools Air Force Falcons Colorado Springs, Colorado

Cal Poly Mustangs San Luis Obispo, California

Denver Pioneers Denver, Colorado

Mountain West Conference BSU: 1-0-0

Big West Conference BSU: 0-5-0

Sun Belt Conference BSU: 0-1-0

8-24-08

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 1-0-0

Home 0-3-0

Away 0-2-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Home 0-1-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

Date

Place

Result

Date

Place

Result

9-11-05

N1

BSU 2-1

9-25-98*

H

CP 7-0

10-31-98

H

DU 2-1 dot

9-26-99*

A

CP 4-0

10-13-00*

H

CP 1-0

9-21-01

A

CP 3-1

9-7-03

H

CP 2-1

Bowling Green Falcons Bowling Green, Ohio Mid-American Conference BSU: 0-1-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Date

Place

Result

9-4-05

N1

BGSU 1-0

N1 = Mountain Cl.: Flagstaff, Ariz.

California Golden Bears Berkeley, California Pacific-10 Conference BSU: 0-2-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Date

Place

Result

9-22-06

A

#13 UC 2-1

9-14-08

N1

#20 UC 2-0

N1 = St. Mary’s Fall Cl.: Moraga, CA

96 - Opponent Series Results

Cal State Fullerton Titans Fullerton, California Big West Conference BSU: 1-3-0

Duquesne Dukes Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Atlantic-10 Conference BSU: 0-1-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Date

Place

Result

9-9-01

N1

DU 2-1

Home 1-0-0

Away 0-3-0

Neutral 0-1-0

N1 = St. Bonaventure Trn.: St. Bonaventure, NY

Date

Place

Result

Eastern washington Eagles Cheney, Washington

10-25-98*

A

CSF 1-0

10-22-99*

H

BSU 3-2

10-8-00*

A

CSF 2-0

9-21-03

A

CSF 4-1

College of Idaho Coyotes Caldwell, Idaho Cascade Conference BSU: 1-0-0

BSU 4-0

9-3-00

A1

ISU 2-1

9-25-01

H

BSU 1-0 ot

9-8-02

A

BSU 3-1

9-5-03

H

ISU 4-0

Florida International Golden Panthers Miami, Florida

9-26-04

A

ISU 1-0 ot

9-21-05

H

BSU 2-1

Sun Belt Conference BSU: 0-1-0

9-3-06

H1

ISU 1-0

9-7-07

A1

ISU 5-2

9-5-08

N1

BSU 2-1

H2 = Soccer Ect.-Nike Inv.: Boise, ID

Home 0-0-0

N1 = Montana Nike Inv.: Missoula, Mont.

H

H1 = Governor’s Cup: Boise, ID

Big Sky Conference BSU: 9-0-1 Home 5-0-1

Away 4-0-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Date

Place

Result

9-7-98

H1

BSU 1-0

9-19-99

A

BSU 5-1

10-21-01

H

BSU 3-2

9-22-02

A

BSU 4-3

Home 0-0-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-29-99

A

FIU 3-0

H1 = Governor’s Cup: Boise, ID N1 = Governor’s Cup: Moscow, ID A1 = Governor’s Cup: Pocatello, ID

IUPUI Jaguars Indianapolis, Indiana

Gonzaga Bulldogs Spokane, Washington

Summit League BSU: 1-0-0

West Coast Conference BSU: 1-4-0 Home 1-1-0

Away 0-3-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-17-99

A

GU 3-1

9-17-00

H

BSU 5-1

9-14-02

H

GU 5-0

9-5-04

A

GU 2-1

10-2-07

A

GU 3-0

Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 1-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-24-05

N1

BSU 4-1

N1 = at Cedar City, Utah

Long Beach State 49ers Long Beach, California Big West Conference BSU: 0-2-1

Idaho State Bengals Pocatello, Idaho Big Sky Conference BSU: 4-6-1

Home 1-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

9-16-03

H

BSU 2-0

Date

Place

Result

9-3-04

A

BSU 1-0

Home 2-2-1

Away 1-3-0

Neutral 1-1-0

9-10-98

H

BSU 6-0

9-18-05

H2

Tie 1-1

Date

Place

Result

9-8-06

A

BSU 4-3 ot

9-5-98

H1

T 0-0

9-16-07

H

BSU 3-1

9-6-99

N1

ISU 2-1

Home 0-1-1

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-2-98*

A

LBS 2-1

10-3-99*

H

LBS 1-0

10-27-00*

H

T 0-0


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks Monroe, Louisiana Sun Belt Conference BSU: 1-0-0

BSU 2-0

A

BSU 2-1

N1 = San Luis Obispo, CA A1 = Montana Nike Inv.: Missoula, MT

Away 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-19-08

N1

BSU 3-0

Neutral 1-0-0

N1 = Mountain Cl.: Flagstaff, AZ

H2 = Governor’s Cup: Boise, ID

Montana St.-Billings Yellow Jackets Billings, Montana Frontier Conference BSU: 1-0-0

Miami Hurricanes Coral Gables, Florida Atlantic Coast Conference BSU: 0-1-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-31-99

A

UM 7-0

Big Ten Conference BSU: 0-1-0 Home 0-1-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-10-04

H1

UM 3-0

H1 = Soccer Etc.-Nike Inv.: Boise, ID

Home 1-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-14-04

H

BSU 2-0

North Texas Eagles Denton, Texas

Home 0-1-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-16-98*

H

UNT 2-1

10-17-99*

A

UNT 1-0

Northern Arizona Lumberjacks Flagstaff, Arizona Big Sky Conference BSU: 1-2-2

Montana Grizzlies Missoula, Montana Big Sky Conference BSU: 5-2-0

Northern Colorado Bears Greeley, Colorado Big Sky Conference BSU: 2-0-0 Home 1-0-0

Away 1-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-28-03

H1

BSU 2-0

10-3-08

A

BSU 2-1

H1 = Soccer Etc.-Nike Inv.: Boise, ID

Sun Belt Conference BSU: 0-2-0

Minnesota Golden Gophers Minneapolis, Minnesota

Away 3-1-0

A1

9-28-08

H1 = Soccer Etc.-Nike Inv.: Boise, ID

Home 0-0-0

Home 2-0-0

9-23-07

Home 1-1-2

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-20-98

A

NAU 2-1

Neutral 0-1-0

10-8-99

H

NAU 2-1

9-26-03

H1

T 1-1

9-16-05

H1

BSU 1-0

10-6-07

H

T 0-0

Northwest Nazarene Crusaders Nampa, Idaho Great NW Athletic Conference BSU: 3-0-0

N1

T 3-3

N1 = Montana Nike Inv.: Missoula, MT

Big West Conference BSU: 0-3-0 Home 0-1-0

Away 0-2-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-4-98*

A

UOP 2-0

10-1-99*

H

UOP 4-1

10-22-00*

A

UOP 2-1

Portland State Vikings Portland, Oregon

Away 1-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-14-98

A

BSU 4-1

9-14-99

H

BSU 7-0

Home 3-0-0

Away 2-0-1

Neutral 1-0-0

8-22-08

H

BSU 3-0

Date

Place

Result

8-28-99

H

BSU 4-0

Oregon Ducks Eugene, Oregon

9-22-00

A

BSU 1-0

9-5-01

H

BSU 2-1

Pacific-10 Conference BSU: 0-2-0

9-11-02

A

T 1-1

9-2-03

A

BSU 2-1

8-29-04

H

BSU 2-0

8-31-07

N1

BSU 3-0

Home 0-0-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Date

Place

Result

8-29-03

A1

UO 4-1

9-2-07

N1

UO 3-0

A1 = Oregon Inv.: Eugene, OR N1 = Nevada Trn.: Reno, NV

Oregon State Beavers Corvallis, Oregon

Date

Place

Result

N1

UM 3-2

9-20-02

A

UM 1-0

9-12-04

H1

BSU 2-1

9-9-05

A

BSU 1-0

Home 0-0-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0-1

9-1-06

H2

BSU 2-1

Date

Place

Result

9-24-00

A

OSU 2-1 dot

Pacific-10 Conference BSU: 0-1-1

Sacramento State Hornets Sacramento, California Big Sky Conference BSU: 1-0-0

Pacific Tigers Stockton, California

Home 2-0-0

9-22-01

H1 = Soccer Etc.-Nike Inv.: Boise, ID

9-21-07

Big Sky Conference BSU: 6-0-1

Home 0-0-0

Away 1-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-29-06

A

BSU 4-3 dot

saint Bonaventure Bonnies St. Bonaventure, New York Atlantic-10 Conference BSU: 0-0-1 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-1

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-7-01

A1

T 0-0

N1 = Bonnie Nike Inv.: St. Bonaventure, NY

N1 = Nevada Trn.: Reno, NV

saint Mary’s Gaels Moraga, California West Coast Conference BSU: 0-1-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Date

Place

Result

9-12-08

A1

SMC 1-0

A1 = St. Mary’s Fall Cl.: Moraga, CA

San Francisco Dons San Francisco, California

Rice Owls Houston, Texas

West Coast Conference BSU: 0-1-0

Conference USA BSU: 0-3-1 Home 0-1-1

Away 0-2-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

11-2-01*

A

RU 3-1

11-1-02*

H

RU 3-2

10-19-03*

A

RU 2-1 ot

10-24-04*

H

T 0-0

Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Date

Place

Result

8-31-03

N1

USF 6-0

N1 = Oregon Inv.: Eugene, OR

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9-9-07

Seattle RedHawks Seattle, Washington

N2

BSU 9-0

N1 = High Country Cl.: Flagstaff, AZ N2 = Governor’s Cup: Pocatello, ID

Independent BSU: 0-1-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Date

Place

Result

9-7-08

N1

SU 2-1

N1 = Governor’s Cup: Moscow, ID

Siena Saints Loudonville, New York Atlantic-10 Conference BSU: 1-0-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 1-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-7-02

N1

BSU 5-1

N1 = Bengal Cl.: Pocatello, ID

Southern Methodist Mustangs Dallas, Texas Conference USA BSU: 1-3-0 Home 1-1-0

Away 0-2-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-5-01*

H

SMU 3-2

10-4-02*

A

10-26-03* 10-31-04*

Home 0-0-0

Away 0-1-0

Date

Place

9-24-05

A

Neutral 0-0-0

Home 0-2-0

Away 1-1-0

Result

Date

Place

Result

TAMU 2-0

11-4-01*

A

BSU 3-1

11-3-02*

H

TU 2-1

10-17-03*

A

TU 1-0

10-22-04*

H

TU 2-1 ot

Mountain West Conference BSU: 0-1-1

UC Davis Aggies Davis, California

Home 1-0-0

Away 0-0-1

Neutral 2-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-2-05

A

TCU 1-0 ot

10-1-06

H

T 1-1

UTEP Miners El Paso, Texas

Result

A

SMU 3-0

10-7-01*

H

UTEP 5-4

10-6-02*

A

UTEP 10-1

Result BSU 4-1

9-26-05

A

T 1-1

8-25-06

H

BSU 3-1

98 - Opponent Series Results

Neutral 1-1-0

Date

Place

Result

9-2-05

N1

BSU 1-0

9-15-06

N2

UCD 2-1

UC Irvine Anteaters Irvine, California Big West Conference BSU: 1-3-0

10-24-03*

H

BSU 2-1

11-6-03

N1

UTEP 1-0

Home 1-0-0

Away 0-3-0

Neutral 0-0-0

10-29-04*

A

UTEP 2-0

Date

Place

Result

N1 = WAC Trn.: Dallas, TX

N1

Away 0-0-0

N2 = at Reno, NV

Place

Place

Home 0-0-0

Conference USA BSU: 1-4-0 Date

Date

Big West Conference BSU: 1-1-0

N1 = Mountain Cl.: Flagstaff, AZ

BSU 2-1

9-29-02

Neutral 0-0-0

Texas Christian Horned Frogs Fort Worth, Texas

H

Neutral 2-0-0

N1 = Mountain Cl.: Flagstaff, AZ

Conference USA BSU: 1-3-0

SMU 4-0

Away 0-0-1

BSU 2-1

Big 12 Conference BSU: 0-1-0

Neutral 0-1-0

Home 1-0-0

Result

N1

Tulsa Golden Hurricanes Tulsa, Oklahoma

Away 0-2-0

Summit League BSU: 3-0-1

Place

Texas A&M Aggies College Station, Texas

Home 1-1-0

Southern Utah Thunderbirds Cedar City, Utah

Date 9-21-08

VMI Keydets Monroe, Louisiana Big South Conference BSU: 1-0-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Neutral 1-0-0

10-23-98*

A

UCI 4-0

10-24-99*

H

BSU 2-1

10-6-00*

A

UCI 2-0

9-19-03

A

UCI 2-0

UC Santa Barbara Gauchos Santa Barbara, California

Washington State Cougars Pullman, Washington

Big West Conference BSU: 2-1-0

Pacific-10 Conference BSU: 0-1-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0

Result

Date

Place

Result

BSU 2-1 ot

9-4-99

N1

WSU 2-0

Home 2-0-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

9-27-98*

H

9-24-99*

A

UCSB 1-0 dot

10-15-00*

H

BSU 2-1

Neutral 0-1-0

N1 = Governor’s Cup: Moscow, ID

Weber State Wildcats Ogden, Utah

UNLV Rebels Las Vegas, Nevada Mountain West Conference BSU: 0-2-0 Home 0-1-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-18-98

A

UNLV 2-1

9-15-00

H

UNLV 2-1

Utah Utes Salt Lake City, Utah

Big Sky Conference BSU: 2-2-1 Home 1-0-1

Away 0-2-0

Neutral 1-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-1-98

A

WSU 1-0

9-1-00

N1

BSU 2-1

9-2-01

H

BSU 3-2 ot

9-14-07

A

WSU 3-0

8-31-08

H

Tie 2-2

N1 = Governor’s Cup: Pocatello, ID

Mountain West Conference BSU: 0-4-0 Home 0-1-0

Away 0-3-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

9-28-00

A

UU 4-1

9-19-04

A

UU 3-0

8-28-05

H

UU 3-0

9-30-07

A

UU 3-1

Utah Valley Wolverines Orem, Utah

Wyoming Cowgirls Laramie, Wyoming Mountain West Conference BSU: 0-3-0 Home 0-0-0

Away 0-1-0

Neutral 0-2-0

Date

Place

Result

8-26-00

N1

UW 2-1

9-17-06

N2

UW 2-1

10-5-08

A

UW 1-0

N1 = Outrigger Inv.: Honolulu, HI N2 = Nevada Tournament: Reno, NV

Great West Conference BSU: 3-0-0 Home 2-0-0

Away 1-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date

Place

Result

10-10-03

H

BSU 3-2 ot

9-17-04

A

BSU 1-0

9-6-06

H

BSU 3-0


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

opponent Series

Boise State Record Versus Schools, Conferences, and Classifications Boise State’s Record Versus SCHOOLS Opponent (league) Air Force (MWC) Bowling Green (Mid-American) California (PAC-10) Cal Poly (Big West) Cal State Fullerton (Big West) College of Idaho (Cascade)** Denver (Sun Belt) Duquense (Atlantic 10) Eastern Washington (Big Sky) Florida International (Sun Belt) Fresno State (WAC) Gonzaga (West Coast) Hawai’i (WAC) Idaho (WAC) Idaho State (Big Sky) IUPUI (Mid-Continent) Long Beach State (Big West) Louisiana-Monroe (Sun Belt) Louisiana Tech (WAC) Miami, FL (ACC) Minnesota (Big Ten) Montana (Big Sky) Montana State - Billings (Ind.)* Nevada (WAC) Nevada - Las Vegas (MWC) North Texas (Sun Belt) Northern Arizona (Big Sky) Northern Colorado (Big Sky) Northwest Nazarene (GNAC)* Oregon (PAC 10)

W L 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 5 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 9 0 0 1 2 6 1 4 2 7 7 3 4 6 1 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 5 2 1 0 7 1 0 2 0 2 1 2 2 0 3 0 0 2

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0

Opponent (league) Oregon State (PAC 10) Pacific (Big West) Portland State (Big Sky) Rice (C-USA) Sacramento State (Big Sky) Saint Bonaventure (Atlantic 10) Saint Mary’s - CA (West Coast) San Francisco (West Coast) San Jose State (WAC) Seattle (Independent) Siena (MAAC) Southern Methodist (C-USA) Southern Utah (Mid-Continent) Texas A&M (Big 12) Texas Christian (MWC) Texas - El Paso (C-USA) Tulsa (C-USA) UC Davis (Big West) UC Irvine (Big West) UC Santa Barbara (Big West) Utah (MWC) Utah State (WAC) Utah Valley (Ind.) VMI (Big South) Washington State (PAC 10) Weber State (Big Sky) Wyoming (MWC) * = NCAA Division II Opponent ** = NAIA Opponent

W L 0 1 0 3 6 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 6 2 0 1 1 0 1 3 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 1 3 1 1 1 3 2 1 0 4 2 8 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 3

versus Classifications T 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

CLASSIFICATIONS NCAA I NCAA II NAIA All-Time Record

W L T PCT. 79 102 19 .431 4 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 84 102 19 .443

versus Leagues LEAGUE W L Atlantic Coast (ACC) 0 1 Atlantic 10 (A-10) 0 1 Big 12 0 1 Big Sky 26 12 Big Ten 0 1 Big West 5 18 Cascade 1 0 Conference USA (C-USA) 3 13 Great Northwest (GNAC) 2 0 Independents 4 0 Mid-American (MAC) 0 1 Metro-Atlantic Athletic (MAAC) 1 0 Mid-Continent 4 0 Mountain West (MWC) 1 9 Pacific-10 (PAC 10) 0 5 Sun Belt 0 4 West Coast 1 5 Western Athletic (WAC) 25 22 All-Time Record 73 94

T PCT. 0 .000 1 .250 0 .000 5 .663 0 .000 1 .229 0 1.000 1 .206 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 1.000 1 .900 1 .136 1 .056 0 .000 0 .167 5 .529 17 .443

Opponent Series - 99


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Conference Series

Boise State All-Time Versus WAC Schools Series Versus Current & Former Conference Rivals Current WAC Series Fresno State Hawai’i Idaho Louisiana Tech Nevada New Mexico State San Jose State Utah State Total

WAC W L 2 5 2 6 3 0 3 0 7 0 0 0 5 2 1 3 23 16

Tournament All Games T w l t W L T 1 0 1 0 2 6 1 0 0 1 0 2 7 1 1 0 0 0 7 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 6 2 2 0 0 1 0 2 8 0 5 1 4 1 29 27 7

Former WAC Series Rice (2001-04) Southern Methodist (2001-04) Texas - El Paso (2001-04) Tulsa (2001-04) Total

WAC W L 0 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 3 12

Tournament All Games T w l t W L T 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 3 13 1

BWC Big West Series W L Cal Poly (1998-00) 0 3 Cal State Fullerton (1998-00) 1 2 Idaho (1998-00) 2 1 Long Beach State (1998-00) 0 2 North Texas (1998-99) 0 2 Pacific (1998-00) 0 3 UC Irvine (1998-00) 1 2 UC Santa Barbara (1998-00) 2 1 Utah State 0 3 Total 6 19 Conference Totals Big West (1998-2000) WAC (2001-present)

All Games T w l t 0 0 5 0 0 1 3 0 0 7 3 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 8 0 1 13 30 2

Season Tournament W L T w l t 6 19 1 - - 26 28 6 1 5 1

100 - Conference Series

Date 10-14-01* 10-11-02* 11-2-03* 10-3-04* 10-14-05* 11-3-05 10-13-06* 10-28-07* 10-26-08*

Legend * = Conference Match Cl. = Classic Inv. = Invitational Trn. = Tournament

Idaho Vandals Moscow, Idaho

Western Athletic Conference BSU: 2-6-1 Home 1-3-1

Away 1-3-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Western Athletic Conference BSU: 7-3-1 Home 4-1-1

Away 3-2-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date 10-18-01* 10-20-02* 10-3-03* 10-8-04* 10-16-05* 10-15-06* 10-26-07* 11-9-07 10-24-08*

Place A H A H H A H H1 A

Result BSU 1-0 ot FS 4-3 ot FS 5-2 BSU 3-0 FS 1-0 dot FS 2-0 T 1-1 FS 4-1 FS 1-0

Date 10-11-98* 10-10-99* 10-29-00* 8-31-01 8-31-02 9-12-03 9-24-04 10-23-05* 10-22-06* 10-21-07* 10-19-08*

Place A H A H H A H A H H A

Result BSU 1-0 BSU 2-1 UI 2-0 BSU 4-2 UI 2-1 UI 2-1 BSU 1-0 BSU 1-0 T 1-1 BSU 5-1 BSU 1-0

Hawai’i Rainbow Wahine Honolulu, Hawaii Western Athletic Conference BSU: 2-7-1 Home 1-3-1

Away 1-3-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date 8-25-00 10-26-01* 11-7-01 10-25-02* 10-12-03* 10-17-04* 10-9-05* 10-8-06* 11-2-07* 10-31-08*

Place A1 H N1 A H A A H A H

Result T 2-2 BSU 3-0 UH 7-1 UH 5-1 UH 1-0 UH 1-0 UH 3-0 BSU 3-2 UH 5-0 UH 2-1

A1 = Outrigger Inv.: Honolulu, HI N1 = WAC Trn.: Dallas, TX

Western Athletic Conference BSU: 3-0-1 Home 1-0-1

Away 2-0-0

Neutral 0-0-0

Date 10-30-05* 10-29-06* 10-12-07* 10-10-08*

Place A H A H

Result BSU 5-0 BSU 2-1 BSU 4-2 T 2-2

Nevada Wolf Pack Reno, Nevada Western Athletic Conference BSU: 7-1-1 Away 3-0-1

san Jose State Spartans San Jose, California Western Athletic Conference BSU: 6-2-2 Home 3-0-1

Away 2-2-0

Neutral 1-0-1

Date 10-28-01* 10-18-02* 10-5-03* 10-10-04* 10-7-05* 10-6-06* 11-2-06 11-4-0* 11-2-08* 11-6-08

Place H A A H H A N1 A H N1

Result BSU 2-1 SJSU 4-1 BSU 4-2 T 1-1 BSU 2-1 ot SJSU 3-0 T 0-0 BSU 2-0 BSU 2-1 BSU 2-1

N1 = WAC Trn.: Reno, NV

Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters Ruston, Louisiana

Home 4-1-0

Result BSU 4-1 BSU 2-1 BSU 5-0 BSU 2-0 BSU 3-2 dot UN 3-0 T 0-0 BSU 3-2 BSU 2-0

H1 = WAC Trn.: Boise, ID

Fresno State Bulldogs Fresno, California

H1 = WAC Trn.: Boise, ID

Place A H H A H H1 A H A

Neutral 0-0-0

Utah State Aggies Logan, Utah Western Athletic Conference BSU: 2-8-0 Home 1-4-0

Away 1-2-0

Neutral 0-2-0

Date 10-18-98* 10-15-99* 11-4-00* 9-27-02 8-27-04 10-28-05* 10-27-06* 10-14-07* 10-12-08* 11-7-08

Place H A H N1 H A H A H N2

Result USU 2-1 USU 2-0 USU 2-0 USU 2-1 BSU 1-0 USU 4-0 USU 1-0 ot BSU 2-1 USU 2-0 USU 1-0

N1 = High Country Cl.: Flagstaff, Ariz. N2 = WAC Trn.: Reno, NV


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Year-By-Year Leaders

Year-By-Year lEADERS POINTS Year Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

G

Ginger Sellick . . . . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . Ginger Sellick . . . . . . . . . . 8 . . . . . Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . 11. . . . . Kaziah Hill . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . BreeAnn Milligan . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . Lisa Balsama . . . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . Nicole Coleman . . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . Brennan Lau. . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . Shannon Saxton . . . . . . . . 17. . . . . Shannon Saxton . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . .

A

Pts

2. . . . 4. . . . 1. . . . 7. . . . 5. . . . 4. . . . 2. . . . 5. . . . 4. . . . 5. . . . 8. . . .

GOALS Year Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Ginger Sellick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dayle McNabb and Sellick, Ginger. . . . . . . . . . Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kaziah Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Zoellner, BreeAnn Milligan, Abbe Roche . . Zoellner, Brittany. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Balsama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Randi Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Hall and Annie Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shannon Saxton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shannon Saxton and Andrea Huerta . . . . . . . .

GAME-WINNING GOALS Year Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

16 20 23 27 17 22 12 15 10 39 20

G

7 8 11 10 6 9 5 6 4 17 17

GWG

Ginger Sellick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ginger Sellick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christy Messenger and Abbe Roche . . . . . . . . . Abbe Roche . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Zoellner and Brennan Erickson-Lau . . . . . Lisa Balsama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Annie Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shannon Saxton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrea Huerta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3 3 4 2 2 3 4 3 2 4 3

ASSISTS Year Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

A

Sarah Burton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Sarah Burton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Maureen Meyer and Dayle McNabb . . . . . . . . . 3 Kaziah Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 BreeAnn Milligan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Molly McDonald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Nicole Coleman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Brennan Lau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Shannon Saxton and Erin Wofford . . . . . . . . . . 5 Shannon Saxton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

GAME-WINNING ASSISTS Year Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Rachel Taki and Brandy Wade . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Burton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dayle McNabb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kaziah Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four Individuals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Molly McDonald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sophie Parrish and Annie Tom. . . . . . . . . . . . Brennan Lau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cheyenne Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Malia Hendrix, Shannon Saxton, Chelsea Robinson. .

SHOTS On Goal Year Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

GWA

SOG

Ginger Sellick . . . . . . . . . . . . Ginger Sellick . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . . . . Kaziah Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Zoellner . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Balsama . . . . . . . . . . . . Randi Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Hall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shannon Saxton . . . . . . . . . . . . Shannon Saxton . . . . . . . . . . . .

32 . . . . 35 . . . . 28 . . . . 29 . . . . 26 . . . . 28 . . . . 15 . . . . 21 . . . . 14 . . . . . 30 . . . . . 26 . . . . .

1 2 2 4 1 3 2 2 2 2 2

Pct. .593 .547 .491 .527 .464 .500 .500 .538 .467 .577 .456

GOALKEEPER GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Year Player Games

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lindsay Vandenberg . . . . . . . . . Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lindsay Vandenberg . . . . . . . . . Kim Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michaela Morrison . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Parker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jen Burns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liz Ruiz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

GOALKEEPER SAVES Year Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Games

Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeanne Orm, . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lindsay Vandenberg . . . . . . . . . Kim Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Parker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Parker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jen Burns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liz Ruiz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

GOALKEEPER SHUTOUTS Year Player

GAA

17 . . . . 16 . . . . 9 . . . . . 17 . . . . 13 . . . . 21 . . . . 18 . . . . 15 . . . . . 13 . . . . . 15 . . . . . 9 . . . . .

1.83 1.89 1.42 1.93 2.60 1.96 1.08 1.16 1.00 1.68 1.03

Saves

17 . . . . . 107 16 . . . . . 88 11 . . . . . 64 17 . . . . . 78 13 . . . . . 55 21 . . . . . 92 18 . . . . . 73 20 . . . . . 60 13 . . . . . . 66 15 . . . . . . 64 9 . . . . . . 43

Games Shutouts*

1998 Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . 17. . . . . . . . 1999 Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . 16. . . . . . . . Lindsay Vandenberg . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . 2000 Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . 11. . . . . . . . Lindsay Vandenberg . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . . . . 2001 Jeanne Orm . . . . . . . . . . . 17. . . . . . . . 2002 No Shutouts . . . . . . . . . . . . 17. . . . . . . . 2003 Kim Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . 21. . . . . . . . 2004 Kim Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . 18. . . . . . . . 2005 Kim Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . 20. . . . . . . . 2006 Kim Parker. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13. . . . . . . . 2007 Jen Burns . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15. . . . . . . . 2008 Liz Ruiz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . . . . * = includes solo and shared shutouts

4 1 1 1 1 4 0 3 9 5 2 4 3

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Year-By-YEAR tEAM sTATISTICS Boise State and Opponent

Boise State Statistics

Opponent Statistics

OFFENSE GP

G

A

Pts

OFFENSE GP

G

A

Pts

1998

17

21

14

56

Shots Shot% SOG SOG% 223 .094

140 .628

1998

17

32

29

93

254 .126

154 .606

1999

18

27

26

80

231 .117

135 .584

1999

18

37

35

109

262 .141

150 .573

2000

17

18

17

53

242 .074

127 .525

2000

17

28

26

82

247 .113

146 .591

2001

18

38

27

103

272 .140

143 .526

2001

18

36

24

96

204 .176

119 .583

2002

17

30

25

85

239 .126

127 .531

2002

17

50

45

145

262 .191

138 .527

2003

21

30

21

81

237 .127

115 .485

2003

21

42

33

117

277 .152

134 .484

2004

19

18

14

50

197 .091

89 .452

2004

19

19

14

52

252 .075

116 .460

2005

20

24

19

67

232 .103

102 .440

2005

20

26

24

76

299 .087

129 .431

2006

18

26

13

65

213 .122

101 .474

2006

18

26

15

67

263 .099

127 .483

2007

19

41

34

116

228 .180

107 .469

2007

19

37

35

109

235 .157

113 .481

2008

21

31

22

84

274 .113

114 .416

2008

21

22

16

60

202 .109

101 .500

GOALIE GP Minutes GA GAA Saves SV Pct. W L

GOALIE GP Minutes GA GAA Saves SV Pct. W L

T

Sho

1998

17

1590:45

32

1.81

107 .770

5 11 1

4

1998

17

1590:45

21

1.19

96 .821

11 5

1

6

1999

18

1639:00

37

2.03

112 .752

6 12 0

2

1999

18

1639:00

27

1.48

105 .795

11 6

0

8

2000

17

1627:47

28

1.55

115 .804

4 11 2

2

2000

17

1627:47

18

1.00

107 .856

11 4

2

6

2001

18

1675:04

36

1.93

83 .697

1

4

2001

18

1675:04

38

2.04

105 .734

7 10 1

1

2002

17

1553:34

50

2.90

88 .638

5 11 1

0

2002

17

1553:34

30

1.74

97 .764

11 5

1

3

2003

21

1926:28

42

1.96

97 .698

8 12 1

12 8

1

6

2004

19

1779:40

19

0.96

98 .838

9

2005

20

1879:00

26

1.25

103 .798

2006

18

1730:15

26

1.35

106 .803

2007

19

1770:00

37

1.88

2008

21

1910:00

22

1.04

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Sho

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

3

2003

21

1926:28

30

1.40

92 .754

8

2

9

2004

19

1779:40

18

0.91

71 .798

8

2

7

10 8

9

2

5

2005

20

1879:00

24

1.15

78 .765

8 10 2

8

7

7

4

3

2006

18

1730:15

26

1.35

75 .743

7

7

4

6

76 .673

9

7

3

5

2007

19

1770:00

41

2.08

66 .617

7

9

3

5

79 .782

11 8

2

5

2008

21

1910:00

31

1.46

83 .728

8 11 2

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Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

All-Conference Honorees ďƒ&#x; Brittany Zoellner 2000 Big West Conference Player of the Year

Athletic Honors National, Conference and Team Legend: BWC = Big West Conference WAC = Western Athletic Conference

Kerie Baker

Abby Bernards

Brittney Dugger

National Soccer Buzz Magazine First Year Progams, All-National Team 1998 Kerie Baker, First Team 1998 Ginger Sellick, HM

Kaziah Hill

BreeAnn Milligan

Jeanne Orm

Soccer Buzz Magazine All-Region Freshmen Teams 2007 Shannon Saxton, Third Team

Conference Player of the Year 2000 Brittany Zoellner (BWC)

Kim Parker

Shannon Saxton

Cassidy Temple

Lindsay Roberts

Ginger Sellick

Alli Tsuchida

Abbe Roche

Brooke Smith

Erin Wofford

Freshman of the Year 2007 Shannon Saxton (WAC)

2004 2004 2005 2007 2007 2008 2008

Kim Parker (WAC) Cassidy Temple (WAC) Alli Tsuchida (WAC) Brittney Dugger (WAC) Erin Wofford (WAC) Shannon Saxton (WAC0 Brandy Hickcox (WAC)

All-Conference Honorable Mention 2000 Abby Bernards (BWC) WAC does not have HMs WAC All-Tournament Team 2001 Abbe Roche 2006 Brennan Lau 2008 Randi Baker 2008 Lindsay Roberts Player of the Week 9-18-00 Brittany Zoellner (BWC) 10-1-01 Christy Messenger (WAC) 11-5-01 Kaziah Hill (WAC)

All-Conference First Team 2000 Brittany Zoellner (BWC) 2001 Jeanne Curtice-Orm (WAC) 2001 Brooke Smith (WAC) 2003 Abby Bernards (WAC) 2006 Alli Tsuchida (WAC) 2007 Shannon Saxton (WAC)

Offensive player of the Week 10-27-03 Kim Parker (WAC) 9-11-06 Nicole Tadman (WAC) 10-2-06 Annie Tom (WAC) 9-10-07 Shannon Saxton (WAC) 9-24-07 Shannon Saxton (WAC) 10-22-07 Shannon Saxton (WAC) 8-25-08 Andrea Huerta (WAC) 9-1-08 Shannon Saxton (WAC)

All-Conference Second Team 1998 Kerie Baker (BWC) 1998 Ginger Sellick (BWC) 1999 Brittany Zoellner (BWC) 2001 Kaziah Hill (WAC) 2001 Abbe Roche (WAC) 2003 Abbe Roche (WAC) 2003 Brittany Zoellner (WAC) 2004 BreeAnn Milligan (WAC)

Defensive player of the Week 11-3-03 Brennan Lau (WAC) 8-30-04 Kim Parker (WAC) 9-12-05 Alli Tsuchida (WAC) 9-19-05 Kim Parker (WAC) 10-3-05 Michaela Morrison (WAC) 8-25-08 Jennifer Burns (WAC)

Team honors Team MVP 1998 Kerie Baker 1999 Brittany Zoellner 2000 Brittany Zoellner 2001 Jeanne Curtice-Orm 2002 Tara Milligan & Abbe Roche 2003 Brittany Zoellner 2004 Kim Parker 2005 Alli Tsuchida 2006 Kim Parker 2007 Brittney Dugger 2008 Randi Baker Defensive MVP 1998 Jeanne Curtice-Orm 1999 Tara Milligan 2000 Melissa Kingsland 2001 Brooke Smith 2002 Amy Dunn 2003 Abby Bernards 2004 Cassidy Temple 2005 Alli Tsuchida 2006 Melanie Bohnet 2007 Katie Keller 2008 Lindsay Roberts Top Bronco (for leadership) 1998 Sarah Burton 1999 Tara Milligan 2000 Jamie Nicholsen 2001 Megan Landress 2002 Brittany Zoellner 2003 Amy Ortmann 2004 Cassidy Temple 2005 Amy Ortmann 2006 Natalie Griffin 2007 Natalie Griffin 2008 Randi Baker

Golden Boot / Offensive MVP 1998 Ginger Sellick (7 goals) 1999 Dayle McNabb (8 goals) 2000 Brittany Zoellner (11 goals) 2001 Kaziah Hill (10 goals) 2002 BreeAnn Milligan (6 goals) 2003 Brittany Zoellner (9 goals) 2004 Lisa Balsama (5 goals) 2005 Nicole Coleman (5g, 5a) 2006 Brennan Lau (3g, 4) 2007 Shannon Saxton (17g, 5a) 2008 Shannon Saxton (6g, 8a) Rookie of the Year 1999 Brittany Zoellner 2000 Abby Bernards 2001 Megan McCoy 2002 Amy Ortmann 2003 Kim Parker 2004 Alli Tsuchida 2005 Randi Baker 2006 Sabrena Schwinn 2007 Shannon Saxton 2008 Liz Ruiz 12th Woman Award 1999 Jamie Nicholsen 2000 Jamie Nicholsen 2001 Abby Bernards 2002 Libby Johnson 2003 Libby Johnson 2004 Nicole Coleman 2005 Melanie Bohnet 2006 Annie Tom 2007 Nicole Tadman 2008 Andrea Huerta

Athletic Honors - 103


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

Academic Success Academic Honors All-Time Four-Time Academic All-Conference Honorees

academic Honors Academic All-Conference Legend: BWC = Big West Conference WAC = Western Athletic Conference Randi Baker (4): WAC 2005-08 Abby Bernards (3): WAC 2001-03 Melanie Bohnet (4): WAC 2004-07 Emma Boyack (3): WAC 2005, 2007-08

Randi Baker

Melanie Bohnet

Jennifer Burns (2): WAC 2007-08 Stephanie Campbell (2): WAC 2003-04 Nicole Coleman (2): WAC 2005-06 Katie Derden (1): WAC 2008 Brittney Dugger (2): WAC 2006-07 Shaila Goodman (1): WAC 2002 Natalie Griffin (1): WAC 2007 Malia Hendrix (1): WAC 2008 Molly Hill (1): WAC 2008 Andrea Huerta (1): WAC 2008 Janelle Jin (1): WAC 2008 Katie Keller (3): WAC 2005-07

Kim Parker

Sophie Parrish

Amy Ortmann (1): WAC 2002 Kim Parker (4): WAC 2003-06 Sophie Parrish (4): WAC 2004-07 Kaylea Perenon (2): WAC 2006-07 Lindsay Roberts (1): WAC 2008 Chelsea Robinson (1): WAC 2008 Abbe Roche (2): WAC 2002-03 Tara Roetter (1): WAC 2008 Debbie Rubel (1): WAC 2001 Liz Ruiz (1): WAC 2008 Shannon Saxton (2): WAC 2007-08 Maureen Shea (4): WAC 2002-05 Chelsy Skaw (1): WAC 2005 Brooke Smith (2): BWC 1999, WAC 2001 Nicole Tadman (2): WAC 2006-07 Racheal Taki (1): BWC 1999 Annie Tom (4): WAC 2003-06 Alli Tsuchida (3): WAC 2005-07 Ashley Walsh (1): WAC 2008 Katie Wopat (1): WAC 2002 Brittany Zoellner (1): WAC 2003

Melissa Kingsland (1): BWC 2000 Kim Koeppen (1): WAC 2008 Brennan Lau (3): WAC 2004-06 Meredith Mangum (2): WAC 2005-06

NSCAA / adidas All-Region Scholar 2003 Abby Bernards

WAC ACADEMIC COMPARISON Since Boise State joined the Western Athletic Conference for the 2001-02 academic year, the Broncos have led the league in classroom success. They have had the most individuals named to the WAC all-academic team with 47 and the most total honors received by the team with 89. During last year’s academic year (2008-09) Boise State received the NSCAA / adidas Team Scholarship award for combined team GPA, they recorded the highest APR rating in the WAC for the second year in a row, and placed a school record 16 members of their squad on the conference’s all-academic team, that is 61.5 percent of the team.

Year-by-Year Totals Year Roster Size 2001-02 26 2002-03 24 2003-04 22 2004-05 25 2005-06 28 2006-07 27 2007-08 26 2008-09 26

All-Academic 7 8 8 9 15 14 12 16

Percentage 26.9 33.3 36.4 36.0 53.6 51.9 46.2 61.5

Molly McDonald (2): WAC 2004-05 Dayle McNabb (2): BWC 2000, WAC 2001 Coby Meikle (2): WAC 2001-02 Maureen Meyer (1): WAC 2001

NSCAA / adidas Team Scholarship (team GPA) 2004 and 2007

BreeAnn Milligan (3): WAC 2002-04 Tara Milligan (3): BWC 2000, WAC 2001-02 Michaela Morrison (2): WAC 2005-06 Mandy Nader (1): WAC 2008

Maureen Shea

Annie Tom

104 - Academic Honors

Jamie Nicholsen (2): BWC 1999-00

Female Scholar Athlete of the Year 2001 Brittany Zoellner (BWC)

A Total of 96 athletes have played for Lucas. 49 have made the conference All-Academic Team at least once, that is 51 percent of his athletes.


Broncos Boise History State Soccer of the

All-Time Roster Letterwinners and Coaches Letterwinners Name Acker, Lauren Albers, Lindsay Allen, Julie Almaraz, Monica Anderson, Bonnie Annunziata, Valorie Badilla, Theresa Baker, Kerie Baker, Randi Balsama, Lisa Bentley, Missy Bernards, Abby Birch, Dena Blanchard, Megan Bohnet, Melanie Bowles, Kate Boyack, Emma Burns, Jennifer Burton, Sarah Campbell, Stephanie Cline, Cassie Coleman, Nicole Compton, Jen Cravens, Amanda Crawford, Lindsay Curtice-Orm, Jeanne Dehuff, Kim DeJana, Kate DeJana, Megan Derden, Katie Dugger, Brittney Dunn, Amy Erickson-Lau, Brennan Feuz, Nicole Gambala, Samantha Gandolfo, Michelle Goodman, Shaila Gorski, Annie Griffin, Natalie Hall, Kristin Hall-Johnson, Tiffany Heigh, Stacie Hendrix, Malia Hickcox, Brandy

Years 2007-08 2000 2005 2000 1998 1999 2005-07 1998 2005-08 2004 2004 2000-03 1998 2008-P 2004-07 1998 2005-08 2006-P 1998-99 2003-05 1998 2003-06 1998 2001 2002-05 1998-01 1998 2000-01 1998-99 2008 2006-07 2000-03 2003-06 2001-02 2004-07 1999-00 2002 2000-01 2004-07 2003-06 2008-P 1998-99 2008-P 2008-P

Hometown (High School) Fremont, Calif. (J.F. Kennedy) Gresham, Ore. (Centennial) Boise, Idaho (Boise) Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield) Kuna, Idaho (Eagle) Simi Valley, Calif. (Simi Valley) Juneau, Alaska (Douglas) Boise, Idaho (Borah) Henderson, Nev. (Coronado) Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley) Meridian, Idaho (Eagle Academy) McMinnville, Ore. (McMinnville) Boise, Idaho (Centennial) Fresno, Calif. (San Joaquin) Mukilteo, Wash. (Kamiak) Orange Park, Fla. (Orange Park) Palmerston, New Zealand Boise, Idaho (Capital) Boise, Idaho (Centennial) Boise, Idaho (Boise) Grand Prairie, Texas (Carl Harrison) Boise, Idaho (Bishop Kelly) Boise, Idaho (Boise) Sandpoint, Idaho (Sandpoint) Kentfield, Calif. (Redwood) Milton, Wash. (Fife) Federal Way, Wash. (Jefferson) Kalispell, Mont. (Flathead) Kalispell, Mont. (Flathead) Boise, Idaho (Bishop Kelly) Richland, Wash. (Richland) Boise, Idaho (Timberline) Boise, Idaho (Boise) Eagle, Idaho (Eagle) Oxnard, Calif. (Hueneme) Elko, Nev. (Elko) Tucson, Ariz. (Mountain View) Boise, Idaho (Capital) Las Vegas, Nev. (Silverado) Boise, Idaho (Timberline) Boise, Idaho (Boise) Federal Way, Wash. (Jefferson) Boise, Idaho (Timberline) Boise, Idaho (Capital)

Hild, Kristi Hill, Kaziah Hill, Molly Hobdey, Jessica Howard, Anna Huerta, Andrea James-Tadman, Nicole Jin, Janelle Johnson, Libby Jones, Cheyenne Jones, Jaime Kaiser, Danielle Keller, Katie Kingsland, Melissa Koeppen, Kim Kritzeck, Tonia Landress, Megan Leewaye, Catherine Lynch, Mandy Mangum, Meredith Maxey-Billings, Abra McCoy, Megan McDonald, Molly McNabb, Dayle Meikle, Coby Messenger, Christy Meyer, Maureen Milligan, BreeAnn Milligan, Tara Montoya, Serena Morrison, Michaela Motes, Lindsay Murray, Jayne Nader, Mandy Nicholsen, Jamie Ortmann, Amy Parker, Kim Parrish, Sophie Perenon, Kaylea Roberts, Lindsay Robinson, Chelsea Roche, Abbe Roetter, Tara Rubel, Debbie Ruiz, Liz Saxton, Shannon Schwalbe, Danielle Schwinn, Sabrena

1998-99 2000-04 2008-P 2004-07 2002 2007-P 2005-07 2008-P 2001-04 2007-P 2006-07 1999 2005-07 1999-00 2008 2002 2001-02 2008-P 1998 2005-07 1999-01 2001-03 2003-06 1999-01 2001-02 2001 2000-03 2002-04 1999-02 2008-P 2003-07 2000 2007-P 2008-P 1998-01 2002-05 2003-06 2004-07 2006-P 2008-P 2008-P 2000-03 2008-P 2001-02 2008-P 2007-P 2006-08 2006-07

Boise, Idaho (Bishop Kelly) Boise, Idaho (Timberline) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake) Pocatello, Idaho (Century) Meridian, Idaho (Centennial) Boise, Idaho (Centennial) Lake Forest, Calif. (Mission Viejo) Castro Valley, Calif. (Castro Valley) Corvallis, Ore. (Crescent Valley) Aloha, Ore. (Hillsboro) Pocatello, Idaho (Pocatello) Anchorage, Alaska (Bartlett) Eagle, Idaho (Eagle) Sandpoint, Idaho (Sandpoint) Eagle, Idaho (Eagle) Sandpoint, Idaho (Sandpoint) Northridge, Calif. (Chatsworth) Boise, Idaho (Centennial) Boise, Idaho (Boise) Boise, Idaho (Timberline) Orange Park, Fla. (Orange Park) Boise, Idaho (Capital) Maple Valley, Wash. (Tahoma) Halifax, Nova Scotia (Halifax West) Idaho Falls, Idaho (Skyline) Yakima, Wash. (West Valley) St. Louis, Mo. (Nerinx Hall) Idaho Falls, Idaho (Skyline) Idaho Falls, Idaho (Skyline) Greenwood Village, Colo. (Cherry Creek) Boise, Idaho (Timberline) Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Poly) Calgary, Alberta (Diefenbaker) Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran) Eugene, Ore. (North Eugene) Spring, Texas (Klein) Portland, Ore. (Jesuit) Meridian, Idaho (Meridian) Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd) Richland, Wash. (Richland) Portland, Ore. (Sunset) Kent, Wash. (Kentwood) Hayden Lake, Idaho (Coeur d’Alene) Hailey, Idaho (Wood River) Boise, Idaho (Capital) Beaverton, Ore. (Beaverton) Boise, Idaho (Borah) Eagle, Idaho (Eagle)

Sellick, Ginger Shea, Maureen Skaw, Chelsy Smith, Brooke Smith, Whitney Sossaman, Ginger Sprenkel, Keshia Stachelski, Julie Stimpson, Ashley Swinford, Sierra Taki, Racheal Temple, Cassidy Thomas, Danielle Tom, Liane Tsuchida, Allison Vandenberg, Lindsay Villei, Andrea Wade, Brandy Wallin, Crystle Walsh, Ashley Wolstenholme, Andrea Wofford, Erin Wopat, Katie Young, Jamie Zoellner, Brittany

1998-99 2002-05 2004-05 1998-01 2004-05 2007 2005 2000 2005-06 2001 1998-99 2003-04 1999 2003-06 2004-07 1999-02 1998 1998 1999 2008-P 1998 2006-07 2001-02 2001-02 1999-03

Longwood, Fla. (Lake Brantley) Boise, Idaho (Bishop Kelly) Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep) Ontario, Ore. (Weiser) Ogden, Utah (Ogden) Long Beach, Calif. (Los Alamitos) Stevensville, Mont. (Corvallis) Marysville, Wash. (Marysville-Pilchuck) Duvall, Wash. (Cedarcrest) McCall, Idaho (McCall-Donnelly) Pocatello, Idaho (Highland) Eugene, Ore. (Sheldon) Boise, Idaho (Centennial) Mililani, Hawaii (Mililani) Honolulu, Hawaii (Punahou) Halifax, Nova Scotia (Halifax West) Altamonte Springs, Fla. (Lake Brantley) Boulder, Colo. (Fairview) Kuna, Idaho (Kuna) Vancouver, Wash. (Central Catholic) Boise, Idaho (Borah) Santa Rosa, Calif. (Maria Carrillo) Lebanon, Ore. (Lebanon) Boise, Idaho (Timberline) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Horizon)

Coaches Head Coaches Lucas, Steve Orlowski, Julie

Years 2000-P 1997-99

Hometown (Alma Mater) Springfield, Va. (New Hampshire Col.) St. Louis, Mo. (Florida International)

Assistants Years Charman, John* 1998-99 Hiemenz, Mark 2007-P Jones, Wendy 2001-02 Lucas, Steve 1998-99 Milligan, BreeAnn** 2006-07 Mollay, Michael* 2002-06 Simmonsen, Eric* 2009-P Surprenant, Jamie 2000 Taylor, Niki* 2003-05 Wieger, Stephanie** 2008-P Zentz, Michele 2003-06 * = Volunteer Coach ** = Graduate Assistant

Hometown (Alma Mater) Halifax, Nova Scotia (Dalhousie) Greencastle, Ind. (DePauw) Danville, Calif. (Cal Poly) Springfield, Va. (New Hampshire Col.) Idaho Falls, Idaho (Boise State) San Diego, Calif. (San Diego Mesa) Bakersfield, Calif. (Cal State Bakersfield) St. Louis, Mo. (Truman State) Concord, Calif. (California) Whitefish, Mont. (Montana)

All-Time Roster - 105


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The 2009 senior class (L-R): Kaylea Perenon, Jen Burns and Andrea Huerta.

2009 Bronco Schedule Date 8-21 8-23

Opponent Time (A) Seattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 pm (A) Portland State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 pm

Aug. 28-29 Navy Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) Aug. 28 (N) Rider. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 pm Aug. 30 (A) Navy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 am

Sept. 11-13 Holiday Inn Classic (Boise, Idaho) Sept. 11 (H) Arkansas - Pine Bluff. . . . . . . . 5 pm Sept. 13 (H) Northern Colorado . . . . . . . 1:30 pm Sept. 18-20 Soccer Etc. / Nike Invitational (Boise, Idaho) Sept. 18 (H) North Dakota State . . . . . . . . . 5 pm Sept. 20 (H) Wyoming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 pm

Sept. 4-6 Governor’s Cup (Boise, Idaho) Sept. 4 (H) Montana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 pm Sept. 6 (H) Idaho State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 pm

Sept. 25-27 Wyoming Cowgirl Classic (Laramie, Wyo.) Sept. 25 (N) California-Riverside. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 pm Sept. 27 (N) Gonzaga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 am

Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 1

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