Tara Fisher
Tara  Fisher


Eagle River, Alaska

High School:
Eagle River HS





Bronco Soccer Inks Eight

Head coach Jim Thomas and the Boise State soccer team signed eight newcomers Wednesday


Broncos Secure Record Regular Season

Boise State (12-5-3, 7-2-2 MW) put the finishing touches on the best regular season in school history with a 2-1 win at Utah State (9-7-3, 4-5-2 MW) Friday night


Broncos Cruise Past Wolf Pack

Boise State posted a 3-1 win against Nevada and picked up its 10th win of the season on Friday night


Broncos Seize Opportunity in Portland

Boise State (4-3-1) played 90 quality minutes in a hostile road environment at Portland (2-6-0) and was rewarded with the 1-0 victory on Sunday afternoon


Boise State Stymied By Washington

The Broncos (3-3-1) fell to the Huskies in a 2-0 game Friday evening in Portland


Bronco Soccer is Going to Spain

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.


2015 Position Preview: Goalkeepers

Boise State women's soccer assistant coach Maite Zabala introduces the Broncos' 2015 goalkeeping contingent.


Training (9-13-17 - Boas Soccer Complex)

Training (9-13-17 - Boas Soccer Complex)


Soccer vs. Washington (9-8-17 | Portland, Ore.)

Soccer vs. Washington (9-8-17 | Portland, Ore.)

JUNIOR (2017): Appeared in six games and started in two…played 310 minutes in net for the Broncos…finished 2017 with a 2-1 record…made a season-high six saves in a loss against Washington (Sept. 8)…tallied the second shutout of her career in a win over Portland (Sept. 10)…her second win of the season came in the regular season finale against Utah State, as she made five saves and held the Aggies scoreless in the final 75 minutes of play, giving Boise State the 2-1 victory on Oct. 27 in Logan…finished the season with a 0.58 goals-against-average.

SOPHOMORE (2016): Appeared at goalkeeper in six matches, starting all six...posted 0-4-1 record with tie coming at Gonzaga (Sept. 15)...1.62 goals-against average and 24 saves on a .727 save percentage...season-high seven saves at Oregon (Sept. 2)...played first 30:27 at Washington State (Sept. 18) before leaving with injury, did not allow a goal and made four saves against the Cougars...totaled 500 minutes in net.

FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared at goalkeeper in seven matches, making four starts and compiling a 2-4-0 record...posted a 2.21 goals-against average and made 20 saves on the season...recorded one shutout in 4-0 win against UNLV (Oct. 9)...made eight saves in first career start at Fresno State (Oct. 4)...played 488 minutes in goal.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Eagle River High School...three-time All-Cook Inlet Conference First Team goalkeeper...two-time team MVP...represented Alaska at 2011 and 2012 ODP regional camps...led Alaska to bronze medal at 2014 Arctic Winter Games in indoor soccer junior female division...also lettered in flag football at Eagle River...2014 Cook Inlet Conference Punter and Kicker of the Year and first-team All-CIC...third Alaska native in Boise State soccer history.


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