Soccer Opens MW Play at Home
Sept. 21, 2016

Friday, Sept. 23, 4 p.m. MT
Boise State vs Wyoming
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Sunday, Sept. 25, 1 p.m. MT
Boise State vs Colorado State
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Complete Match Notes

UP NEXT: Boise State women’s soccer opens Mountain West play with home matches against Wyoming (Friday, 4 p.m. MT) and Colorado State (Sunday, 1 p.m. MT).

WATCH LIVE: Live video and stats will be available for both matches. Chris Lewis will be on the call for the broadcasts at Links are available at on the schedule page. As always, for inside info, follow on twitter @BroncoSportsSOC.

LAST TIME OUT: Boise State snapped its six-match skid with an epic comeback Thursday, at Gonzaga. The Broncos erased second-half deficits of 2-0 and 3-2 to earn a 3-3 draw. Nonconference play ended with a 2-1 setback at Washington State.

BATTLE TESTED: Boise State’s nonconference opponents have combined to post a 41-26-10 record.

ABOUT WYOMING: The Cowgirls enter MW play 4-3-1, with the lone draw coming against Montana. Goalkeeper Georgia Rountree has three shutouts and 0.96 goals-against average. Wyoming has scored 12 goals in eight matches.
All-Time Series: Wyoming leads 7-3-1. The Cowgirls have won the last two meetings, both by the score of 1-0. The teams have met three times in Boise, splitting 1-1-1.

ABOUT COLORADO STATE: The Rams opened the season winning at Denver, but have since gone 1-5-1 with a draw in their most recent outing. CSU, in its fourth year as a program, is 3-28-1 all-time in MW play. The Rams open their conference slate Friday, at Utah State.
All-Time Series: Boise State leads 3-0-0. The Broncos have outscored the Rams 8-1 in the series, including a 4-1 victory in 2014 during CSU’s only previous visit to Boise.

YOUTH SOCCER DAY: Sunday is Youth Soccer Day at Boas Soccer Complex. All youth soccer players 12 and under who wear their jersey to the game will get in free. They will also be welcome to participate in a free postgame clinic, put on by the Boise State women’s soccer student-athletes and staff.

CONFERENCE OPENERS: Boise State is 5-12-1 all-time in conference openers. Last year’s win against San Diego State was the Broncos’ first win in a conference opener since 2010, and their first since joining the Mountain West.

STARTING AT HOME: In the 19-year history of Boise State women’s soccer, 2016 marks just the sixth time the Broncos will host their conference opener and is the second year in a row. The Broncos also previously did so in 2008, 2005, 2001 and 1998.

DOUBLE DOSE OF ALLEGRA: Sophomore defender Allegra Weeks tallied the first points of her career at Gonzaga (Sept. 15), recording two assists. Weeks became the 19th Bronco to register a multi-assist game, the 27th occurrence in program history.

SERRES-ING HOT: Freshman forward Kristina Serres has scored in two consecutive matches. Serres’ first collegiate goal was an 88th-minute equalizer at Gonzaga (Sept. 15), lifting the Broncos to a draw. She struck again at Washington State (Sept. 18), with another game-tying goal in the 57th minute. Serres, a native of Mill Creek, Wash., scored her first two goals in her home state.

The Last Meeting
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October 23, 2015
Laramie, Wyo.
Broncos Blanked in Laramie
One defensive miscue is all it took for Wyoming to beat Boise State 1-0 Friday, in Laramie, Wyo. After a deflected Bronco clearance, Mandy Meyer swooped in to fire home a shot from the top of the 18-yard box inside the left post.

The Last Meeting
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Colorado State0
October 25, 2015
Fort Collins, Colo.
Soccer Stays Alive with Shutout Win
In their first weekend back on the field returning from injury, Michelle Reed and Janelle Flores led Boise State women’s soccer to a 1-0 win Sunday, at Colorado State. Reed scored in the 62nd minute and Flores preserved the lead with her third shutout of the season.

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