The Broncos (9-2) never trailed. They scored the first 13 points and led by as many as 21 in the first half
Hadziomerovic and Marks lead Broncos with 12 points apiece.
Nick Duncan scored 14 points to lead five Broncos in double figures.
All 19 of Boise State's sports were represented
Boise State basketball knows being ready isn't what you do once you get called on. Being ready is what you do to ensure it's your name that gets called.
Boise State men's basketball participated in a press conference and an open practice at the NCAA Tournament First Round.
Boise State wins 71-52 over Fresno State
Boise State men's basketball hosted Air Force Feb. 11, 2015.
Boise State men's basketball
November 15, 2014 in the LMU Classic.
SENIOR (2014-15): Appeared in 20 games, including four starts...started first three games of season...started season opener for first time in career...first start since Jan. 19, 2013...in 14 minutes against LMU (Nov. 15) was a plus-14 rating and Lions scored just nine points while he was on floor, during which time he guarded leading scorer Evan Payne...six points in 12 minutes against Adams State (Dec. 9) on 2-of-3 shooting from three-point, fifth-career game with multiple triples...first made three-pointers of season...made one three-pointer all of junior season...also recorded third block of career against Grizzlies...made another three-pointer against Northwest Nazarene (Dec. 11), while grabbing three rebounds...most boards since Dec. 30, 2012 (four vs Corban)...scored 10 points against Abilene Christian (Dec. 20), first time in double figures since Dec. 30, 2012...started against Loyola (Dec. 23) and played 31 minutes...scoring seven points in the first half, most first-half points since freshman year...three points and two rebounds against San José State (Jan. 21)...played 25 minutes off the bench against Air Force (Feb. 11), scored six points to go with three rebounds and two assists...was 2-for-4 from three-point range...played 12 minutes at UNLV (Feb. 18), scored two points and took a charge.
JUNIOR (2013-14): Appeared in 15 games, including seven conference contests...scored season-high four points in season opener against UT Arlington (Jan. 8)...played season-high 14 minutes at Wyoming (March 1)...made only field goal attempt against Cowboys, first make since Nov. 8, also recorded an assist at Wyoming...played 12 minutes against San Jose State in first round of Mountain West Championship (March 12) and netted four points on 4-of-4 free throw shooting...2014 MW Scholar-Athlete Award...named to NABC Honors Court.
SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Appeared in 22 of the Broncos' 2012-13 games, including two starts...first start of the season came at No. 25 Wyoming (Jan. 9), and also started against Air Force (Jan. 19)...averaged 1.4 points per game...season-high 10 points against Corban (Dec. 30)...added a career-high five assists and tied his career high with three steals against the Warriors...also had three steals against Utah (Dec. 5)...recorded another five-assist game against Walla Walla (Jan. 5).
FRESHMAN (2011-12): Played in 18 games during his debut season with the Broncos, including five starts...burned his redshirt against Denver (Dec. 17)...started his first-career game against Air Force (Feb. 11), the first of five-consecutive starts...averaged 3.3 points and 1.2 rebounds on the season...led the Broncos with a career-high 19 points against the Falcons...knocked down a career-high four 3-pointers in his starting debut...also pulled down a career-high five rebounds against Air Force, earning College Basketball Madness MW Player of the Week honors...led the Broncos with 13 points against Wyoming (Jan. 28)...named Mountain West Spring Academic All-Conference and earned the MW Scholar-Athlete Award for 2011-12.
As a SENIOR, was averaging 25.1 points and 6.4 rebounds per game before suffering his right wrist...retuned from the wrist injury for the regional tournament, but fell one game short of a trip to state...was still the only unanimous player voted Class A All-North Dakota First Team, despite missing half the season...third-straight first-team all-state honor...was also named West Region Senior Player of the Year and Class A Outstanding Senior Athlete of the Year...garnered All-Western Dakota Association honors for the fourth-straight year...averaged 23.5 points per game at the regional tournament...JUNIOR year led the WDA in scoring at 23.2 points per game...his 7.2 rebounds per game ranked third in the league...broke his school's scoring record - that had stood for 45 years - during his junior season...SOPHOMORE year named North Dakota's Gatorade Player of the Year after averaging 26.8 points, 7.1 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game...FRESHMAN year averaged 14 points and 3.2 assists per game en route to rookie of the year honors.
MAJOR - Undeclared