Women's Soccer

Soccer Adds Cassidy Richmond

Cassidy Richmond
Maple Valley, Wash.
Tahoma High School

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State women's soccer head coach Steve Lucas announced, Thursday, Cassidy Richmond of Maple Valley, Wash., signed a letter of intent to join the Broncos. Richmond was a senior forward at Tahoma High School last fall.

"Cassidy has speed and can score goals," Lucas said. "She has played on competitive clubs so she will be used to competing. We are excited about her joining us up front with her athleticism and the speed that she brings."

Richmond was a four-year starter for Tahoma under head coach Jason Johnson. She helped the Bears to a second-place finish in 2010 as a junior and a third-place finish in 2011. The Bronco commit was a two time South Puget Sound League honoree during her final two interscholastic seasons.

In addition to playing soccer, Richmond was a four-year letterwinner in track, winning a state title in the 4x100 relay in 2010. She was captain of both the soccer and track team her senior season.

"I chose Boise State because I love the fact that it has a balance of a spirited college town, competitive athletics, and a wide range of courses offered at the university."

Print Friendly Version