Three different players scored on Sunday to give Boise State the 3-1 victory against Wyoming in Laramie
Raimee Sherle scored twice (6' and 56') to help Boise State (8-5-3, 3-2-2 MW) to the 2-2 tie against Colorado State (3-7-5, 1-3-3 MW)
Boise State (8-5-2, 3-2-1 MW) scored three goals in the first half and earned the 3-2 victory Sunday against Colorado College (4-6-4, 1-3-2 MW)
Boise State (7-5-2, 2-2-1 MW) battled for the victory, but couldn't get past Air Force (6-4-2, 3-0-2 MW) on Friday
Boise State will enjoy the back half of a four-game homestand this weekend when it hosts Air Force on Friday, Oct. 6 at 4 p.m. and then Colorado College on Sunday at noon
In one week, Boise State women's soccer will be on its way across the world. Last month, the team was able to get a world away right in Downtown Boise, thanks to an educational visit to the Basque Block.
Boise State women's soccer will be adventuring to Barcelona and San Sebastian Spain in 2017. This trip will serve as a once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity to train with world-class soccer clubs, explore a new culture and provide service opportunities with those less fortunate.
Boise State women's soccer assistant coach Maite Zabala introduces the Broncos' 2015 goalkeeping contingent.
Head Coach Jim Thomas recaps the first weekend of the 2014 Boise State Women's Soccer season as well as looks forward to the upcoming matches against Utah (Friday, August 29th) and Utah Valley (Sunday, August 31st.)
Soccer vs. Colorado College (10-8-17)
Soccer vs. San Diego State (10-1-17 | Boas Soccer Complex)
Soccer vs. New Mexico (9-30-2017) | Boas Soccer Complex
Soccer vs. Cal Poly (9-1-2017)
Opening Weekend - Aug. 18 and 20 (Montana & Southern Utah)
JUNIOR (2016): All-Mountain West First Team...first Bronco goalkeeper in program history to be named first-team all-conference...voted team MVP and Defensive MVP...appeared in 16 matches, starting 15...registered a 1.05 goals-against average, making 71 saves with a save percentage of .807...recorded five shutouts, all in Mountain West play...most shutouts during conference play in school history...faced more shots than any MW goalkeeper in conference play and tied for league-high with five shutouts...0.88 goals-against average in league play ranked third in MW and best among goalkeepers with at least 1,000 minutes...two-time Mountain West Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 9 and Oct. 23)...faced 25 shots and made 11 saves to keep a clean sheet against San Jose State (Oct. 7), recording the most saves in a shutout in program history and helping the Broncos to a crucial 0-0 double-overtime draw...made career-high 12 saves at UNLV (Oct. 21) in 1-1 double-overtime draw...Academic All-MW.
SOPHOMORE (2015): Appeared in and started 15 matches at goalkeeper...recorded three shutouts and posted a 1.08 goals-against average and 51 saves (.761 save percentage)...overall record of 4-5-4...made nine saves in season finale at Utah State (Oct. 30), earning double-overtime draw...recorded six saves in shutout win against Idaho (Sept. 4)...named MW Defensive Player of the Week for matches Sept. 1-6, guiding Broncos to 1-0-1 record with 0.45 GAA and 11 saves, including the six against the Vandals...injured in 61st minute against San Jose State (Oct. 2) as result of a yellow card, missed next five matches...Academic All-Mountain West.
FRESHMAN (2014): Appeared in and started 18 matches at keeper...record of 9-7-1 in goal...logged six shutouts, second most in school history and most by a freshman...nine wins tied for third in school history, most by a freshman...0.95 goals-against average third best in school history, best by a freshman and ranked No. 88 nationally in 2014...made 81 saves (No. 5 in school history)...save percentage of .827 ranked No. 57 in NCAA...led Mountain West in save percentage, ranked second in GAA and third in saves per game (4.5)...recorded shutout streak of 433:42, spanning final six games of season including four complete shutouts...second-longest shutout streak in school history...two-time MW Defensive Player of the Week (Aug. 25 & Nov. 3)...first Bronco to earn multiple conference defensive POW awards in a single season...earned first award after debut weekend...became first true freshman to start season opener at goalkeeper since 2003 (Kim Parker)...first true freshman to start any game at keeper since 2008 (Liz Ruiz)...did not allow a goal for first 295:20 of career, longest streak to start a career in Boise State history...in collegiate debut against Drake (Aug. 22), directed defensive unit that allowed just one shot attempt and none on goal, matching fewest of each in school history...named Boise State Rookie of the Year at year-end banquet...earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award.
High School:Flores earned two varsity letters and was named team captain at Serrano High School. Along with earning all-league, all-area and all-CIF honors, Flores was named defensive player of the year in 2013. She played club ball for Laguna Hills Eclipse under Gregg Schroeder, where the team won the 2010 Xtreme Cup, Albion Cup, Cerritos Memorial Cup and the West Coast Classic.
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