Mikhaila Bowden and Brooke Heidemann were named first-team All-Mountain West
Dani Brown ended her freshman season scoring her fourth goal in the last 10 matches
Boise State will honor seniors Mikhaila Bowden and Shannon Schueren prior to the match
Mikhaila Bowden has led the Bronco defense to three-straight shutouts
Kayla Tucker scored a goal and recorded an assist in the win as Boise State moved in to sixth place
Boise State women's soccer defeated Utah State 1-0, Oct. 31, 2014, to clinch a spot in the MW Championship
Boise State women's soccer hosted Nevada Oct. 24, 2014.
Boise State women's soccer played at Colorado College Sept. 28, 2014.
Junior (2013): Played and started in all 23 matches...led the team in minutes played for the third-consecutive season (2,193)...tallied three points from three assists in the conference tournament...named first-team All Mountain West...named the team's defensive MVP at the year-end banquet...named to the all-tournament team...helped the Broncos to nine shutouts.
Sophomore (2012): Played and started in 19 of the Broncos' 20 games...led the team in minutes played (1,796) for the second-consecutive season...played 90 or more minutes in 18 games...attempted five shots and one on goal...named to Mountain West Academic All-Conference Team.
Freshman (2011): The only Bronco to start in each of the team's 20 games...led the team in minutes played (1,816 minutes)...played 90 or more minutes in 17 games...tallied one point by assisting a goal at Seattle...attempted eight shots, three of which were on target...named to the Governor's Cup All-Tournament Team.
High School: A 2011 graduate of Ocean View High School in Huntington Beach, Calif...four-year starter at center midfield for the Seahawks varsity team...averaged nine goals and 20 assists per year during prep career...two-time Golden West Conference MVP...four-time All-GWC honoree...first-team All-CIF Southern Section, division 5, as a junior...named one of the Top-10 players to watch in Orange County as a senior...two-time team MVP...three-time team captain...four-time Scholar Athlete...OVHS team won one league title and placed second twice...team advanced to the CIF Quarterfinals as a junior and to the second round two other times...also lettered in track & field...high school soccer coach was Dave Deaton...played club ball for So Cal Blues Pearson in San Juan Capistrano, Calif...four-year starter at defender...team won two league championships...and advanced to Far West Regionals twice...undecided on major.