Erica Parks
Erica  Parks


Nampa, Idaho

High School:
Skyview HS





Soccer Takes Momentum on Road

Boise State looks to build on its 2-0 start to Mountain West play


Seniors Fuel Bronco Road Win

Brooke Heidemann notched the second multi-goal game of her career


Soccer Kicks Off at PSU Tournament

Boise State begins the 2014 season away from home with games against Drake and tournament-host Portland State


2014 Position Previews: Forwards

Youth and experience collide at the top of the Boise State attack


21 Bronco Student-Athletes Among Winter Graduates

Nine teams were represented at the 2013 Winter Commencement

Junior (2011): Played in 18 games of which she started 11...tied for fifth on the team in goals (1) and points (3)...contributed lone assist in the season-opener against Montana...scored the game-winning goal in the Broncos' 2-0 win against Idaho State...attempted 20 shots...eight shots on frame...moved to a tie for fifth on the career points list with 37...fourth in career points per game and fifth in career goals per game...named to the Mountain West All-Academic Team.

Sophomore (2010): Started at forward in 13 of 19 matches played...scored five goals with two assists for 12 points...put 17-of-37 shots on goal...made the WAC All-Tournament Team... second on the team in goals and points, first in game-winning goals with three...tied for fifth in conference in game-winning goals...scored game-winning goals at Portland State, at Nevada and against Louisiana Tech in WAC Tournament first round...assists came at Colorado College and against New Mexico State...All-WAC Academic honoree.

Freshman (2009): Played in all 24 matches with six starts at forward...recorded nine goals and two assists for 20 points...placed 26 shots on goal...WAC Tournament MVP...WAC All-Tournament Team...Holiday Inn Classic All-Tournament Team...named to TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Week on Nov. 9 and CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Players of the Week on Nov. 10...led team in goals, game-winning goals and points...tied for seventh in points, fifth in goals, and tied for first in game-winners in the WAC...first action as a Bronco was in season opener at Seattle on Aug. 21...first start was against Montana on Sept. 4...first goal was against Rider...recorded four game-winning goals at La Tech, versus San Jose State, and against Utah State in WAC semifinal and Nevada in WAC championship...one of seven players to see action in all 24 matches...All-WAC Academic honoree.

High school: 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...three-time all-conference honoree, first team senior year...member of senior all-star team...two-time team captain and team MVP...recorded a combined 49 goals and 39 assists during junior and senior seasons...recorded 27 goals and 21 assists during final year...led team to three state semifinals placing second twice...also four-year 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...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...majoring in psychology.

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