Freshman Dani Brown scored her second game-winning goal
Boise State is the only team to win a MW match at SDSU in nearly six years, having done so twice
Janelle Flores made six saves, but Wyoming prevailed in double overtime
KT Clayton scored in the 75th minute to help the Broncos end the nonconference season with a result
Four goals are the most Boise State has scored under second-year head coach Jim Thomas
Boise State women's soccer defeated Idaho State 4-1, Sept. 7, 2014, in the Broncos' home opener.
RS Sophomore (2013): Played and started in all 23 of the Broncos' games...scored two goals for the season each against Fresno State...scored the game-winning goal against Fresno State in double overtime in the tournament semifinals to send the Broncos to the final match...attempted seven shots on goal for 26 shots...earned the team's offensive play of the year at the end of the year awards banquet for her double-overtime goal.
RS Freshman (2012): Played in 19 games and made 12 starts durng her debut season...recorded first career minutes and first career start against North Dakota State, Aug. 19...netted her lone goal of the season at Navy...assisted the game-winning goal at Air Force...attempted 11 shots on goal from a total of 27 shots.
Freshman (2011): Redshirted.
High school:Originally from Kent, Wash., where she graduated from Kent Mountain View Academy in 2011...played prep soccer for Kentwood High School during freshman and sophomore years where she started on the varsity squad as a defender...did not play as a junior...played senior season for Kentridge High School where she started at forward...recorded 12 goals and seven assists as a senior...earned first-team all-conference honors, named team captain and MVP...Kentwood team won two conference titles and advanced to state tournament...played club ball for Washington Premiere FC '92 in Puyallup, Wash...started two years as a forward...team advanced to state cup final twice winning it in 2011 and placing second in 2009...advanced to the 2011 Far West Regionals...four-year member of the Washington State Olympic Development Team and one-year member of the regional team...undecided on major.