Miquelle Askew
Miquelle  Askew


South Jordan, Utah

High School:
Skyline HS





Boise State Opens with Southern Oregon

Broncos opener the 2016-17 season against the 2016 NAIA national runner-up Raiders.


Broncos Host Exhibition Versus Alaska

Boise State will host the Alaska Nanooks at 2 p.m. Sunday in game broadcast live on twitter.


2015-16 In Review: Academic Success

Broncos set a new athletics department record for cumulative GPA of 3.24.


2015-16 In Review: Winter

Three of Boise State's four conference athletes of the year competed in the winter


Four Broncos Honored by Mountain West

Brooke Pahukoa, Shalen Shaw, Miquelle Askew and Marta Hermida receive postseason honors from conference.


WBB vs Utah State, 1-6-2016

Bronco Rewind for Utah State at Boise State women's basketball game on Jan. 6, 2016.


WBB vs Concordia, 12-13-2015

Bronco Rewind for the Concordia at Boise State women's basketball game on Dec. 13, 2015.


WBB vs Idaho State, 12-11-2015

Bronco Rewind for the Idaho State at Boise State women's basketball on Dec. 11, 2015.


Women's Basketball vs Cal State LA

Bronco Rewind for the Cal State LA at Boise State women's basketball game on Nov. 13, 2015.


Bronco Rewind: Utah State vs Boise State at Taco Bell Arena (Feb. 4)

The Boise State women's basketball team defeated Utah State 94-55 Wednesday at Taco Bell Arena. The Broncos tied a school record with 15 3-pointers on way to another conference win to stay in the hunt for the top spot.


WBB: Boise State vs UNLV

Boise State took on UNLV in the 2016 Mountain West Championship


Women's Basketball Versus UNLV

Photo gallery for the UNLV at Boise State women's basketball game on Jan. 27, 2016 at Taco Bell Arena.


Women's Basketball Versus Wyoming

This is a photo gallery for the Wyoming at Boise State women's basketball on Jan. 23, 2016 in Taco Bell Arena.


Women's Basketball Versus Idaho State

This is a photo gallery for the Boise State-Idaho State women's basketball game in Taco Bell Arena on Dec. 11, 2015.


Women's Basketball Versus Nevada

This is a photo gallery for the Nevada at Boise State women's basketball in Taco Bell Arena on Jan. 13, 2016.


  • HONORS: Academic All-Mountain West and Mountain West Scholar Athlete for maintaining a GPA above 3.5 ... Boise State Dean’s List both semesters.
  • STATISTICS (Notable Rankings): Tallied 303 points (3rd team), 135 rebounds (4th team), 24 assists, 14 blocks (2nd team) and 16 steals ... shot 52.6 percent (1st team) from the floor - did not taken enough shots to be ranked in MW - and 68.5 percent from free-throw line ... averaged 9.2 points (3rd team), 4.1 rebounds (4th team) and 0.4 blocks (2nd team).
  • Reached double figures in points 14 times and double figure rebounds once ... had one double-double.
  • Led team in scoring four times and rebounding on five occasions ... had 12 games with five or more rebounds.
  • Recorded a then-season-high 21 points in Boise State win over Eastern Washington (Dec. 14) going 9-of-13 from the floor.
  • Tallied double-double in Bronco loss at Southern Utah (Nov. 21) with 19 points and 10 rebounds.
  • Scored 18 points at Utah Valley (Dec. 6) went 5-of-11 from floor and 8-of-9 from free-throw line.
  • Reached double-digit points six times in league play: 13 versus Wyoming (Jan. 10), and 12 four times against Air Force (Jan. 24), at Colorado State (Jan. 28), at Air Force (Feb. 11), Fresno State (Feb. 14) and 11 against San Diego State (Feb. 28).
  • Had a team and season-high 23 points in overtime win against Fresno State (Feb. 14) ... shot 9-of-9 from the floor tying for second-best performance in program history ... tied for high in rebounding with six.
  • Scored 11 points and grabbed four rebounds in Broncos MW Tournament quarterfinal win at UNLV (March 10).
  • Tallied 12 points in Boise State’s 66-60 win over New Mexico (March 13) for MW Tournament Championship.
  • Recorded eight points in Boise State’s NCAA Tournament road loss at Tennessee (March 21).


  • HONORS: Academic All-Mountain West and Mountain West Scholar Athlete for maintaining a GPA above 3.5.
  • STATISTICS (Notable Rankings): Accumulated 416 points (1st team), 193 rebounds (1st team), 20 assists, 16 blocks (1st team) and 25 steals (5th team) ... shot 49.4 percent (1st team / 3rd MW) from the floor and 76.3 percent from free-throw line (2nd team / 14th MW) ... averaged 13.0 points (2nd team / 12th MW), 6.0 rebounds (3rd team / 15th MW) and 0.5 blocks (2nd team).
  • One of three Broncos to start every game, played center.
  • Recorded three double-doubles (t-1st team) ... 25 games in double-digit scoring (1st team) and three in double-figure rebounds (t-1st team) ... 16 games with six or more rebounds. 
  • Led team in scoring nine times, rebounding 11, blocks seven and steals twice.
  • Notched a double-double against Southern Utah (Nov. 8) with team-highs for points and rebounds 18 and 11, respectively.
  • Second double-double came against Cal State Fullerton (Dec. 29) on team-best 23 points and team and career-high 13 rebounds.
  • Third double-double was recorded against Utah State in Boise State’s 83-62 win in Bronco Gym with team and career-high 34 points ... hit 12-of-20 field goals and 10-of-12 free throws, to go with 13 rebounds, tied career best on the glass ... 34 points tied for fourth most in program history.
  • Scored 21 points in Broncos’ victory against the College of Idaho (Nov. 20) going 8-of-15 from floor and 5-of-6 from charity stripe.
  • Team-high 21 points and seven rebounds in Boise State’s 85-71 loss at Portland (Dec. 8).
  • Tallied team-high 17 points and co-team-high seven rebounds in 75-44 Broncos victory over Air Force (March 7).
  • Recorded 16 points and tied for team-high on the glass with eight rebounds in 75-70 loss at Nevada (March 4).


  • HONORS: Academic All-Mountain West and Mountain West Scholar Athlete for maintaining a GPA above 3.5.
  • STATISTICS (Notable Rankings): Scored 182 points (3rd team) with 108 rebounds (5th team), 14 assists, 12 blocks (4th team) and 12 steals in 15.6 minutes per game ... shot 42.2 percent (3rd team) from the floor and 77.6 percent (3rd team) from the free-throw line.
  • Started four games during the year and played in all 30 contests as a center/forward.
  • Accumulated six games with double-figure points and one in rebounds.
  • Led team in scoring three times, once in rebounds and five times in blocks.
  • First action for Boise State was as a starter in season opener at Utah Valley (Nov. 9) scoring two points with three blocks.
  • Scored a season-high 18 points against San Diego (Nov. 30).
  • Had 14 points twice in games against UMKC (Dec. 1) and Portland (Dec. 16).
  • Recorded a season-high 12 rebounds with five points at Colorado State (March 2).


  • A 2012 graduate of Skyline High School in South Jordan, Utah ... four-year starter of the Eagles' varsity team.
  • Senior year averaged 20 points, eight rebounds, three assists, four blocks and two steals per game, was ranked fourth in the state for scoring, second in scoring at the 4A level and led the region ... as a junior averaged 14 points, eight rebounds, six assists, four blocks and one steal.
  • During her career helped the Eagles to a 31-2 mark in league and 51-19 overall record, while leading team to three consecutive region championships and four straight Utah 4A State Tournament appearances, losing in the semifinals senior year.
  • BASKETBALL HONORS: Two-time all-state honoree ... senior year was named to the Utah All-State Tournament Team, Desert News All-State First Team, Salt Lake Tribune All-State First Team and region most valuable player ... all-state as a junior ... two-time first-team all-conference junior and senior years, as well as honorable mention honors as a freshman and sophomore.
  • OTHER HONORS: lettered in volleyball where she was an honorable mention all-state.


  • Majoring in Health Science Studies.
  • Three-time Academic All-Mountain West honoree.
  • Three-time Mountain West Scholar Athlete ... for maintaining a cumulative GPA above 3.5.
  • Six-time member of Boise State Dean’s List.

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