Women's Soccer

Home Match vs Vandals Starts Split Weekend

Sept. 3, 2015
Friday, Sept. 4 vs Idaho 4 p.m. MT
Sunday, Sept. 6 at Idaho State 1 p.m. MT
Complete Match Notes
UP NEXT: Boise State women's soccer faces a split weekend against two in-state rivals. The Broncos (0-3-0) will host Idaho (2-1-0) to start a busy Friday on campus, before traveling to Pocatello for a Sunday match at Idaho State (1-3-0).
PROMOTIONS: Free admission for all fans Friday, against Idaho. The match also kicks off the #BoiseStateTrifecta promotion. Attend all three home events Friday (soccer, volleyball and football), post pictures using the official hashtag and be entered to win prizes!
FOLLOW THE ACTION: Live video and stats will be available for both matches. The game against Idaho will be available at BroncoSports.com/soccerlive. Links are available on the schedule page of BroncoSports.com. As always, for inside info, follow on twitter @BroncoSportsSOC.
LAST TIME OUT: The Broncos opened their home slate Sunday, and treated a near-record crowd to an entertaining match against Washington State. Boise State fell 2-1 despite outshooting the Cougars 14-9 and threatening all the way to the end. The 916 fans on hand was the third-largest attendance in program history.
ABOUT IDAHO: The Vandals are 2-1, fresh off a 3-0 victory in their home opener Friday, against New Mexico State.
All-Time Series: Boise State leads 10-4-1. The Vandals have not visited Boise since 2011. The Broncos won in Moscow last year, 2-0.
ABOUT IDAHO STATE: The Bengals take a 1-3 record to Albuquerque Thursday, before hosting Boise State Sunday. Sophomore Maria Sanchez has four goals and an assist already. Sanchez played for Mexico at the 2015 World Cup.
All-Time Series: Tied 8-8-1. The Broncos have not won in Pocatello since 2002 (0-4-0).
BIG CROWD: The Broncos hosted a crowd of 916 fans at Boas Soccer Complex Aug. 30, for the home opener against Washington State. It was the third-largest home attendance in program history and the largest since 2010. The all-time record is 1,223 for the 2009 WAC Tournament title game which saw Boise State beat Nevada and earn its first trip to the NCAA Tournament.
MOVING ON UP: Brooke Heidemann assisted on the Broncos' first goal of the season Aug. 30, against Washington State. It was Heidemann's 41st point as a Bronco, moving her into a tie for third on the school's all-time list. She is now tied with former teammate Shannon Schueren. The duo is also tied for third on the career goals list with 17.
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