Sherle and Taylor Honored by CoSIDA
Nov. 9, 2017

CoSIDA Release

BOISE, Idaho –
Boise State soccer players Raimee Sherle and Sarah Taylor were named to the COSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) NCAA Division I Academic All-District 7 Women’s Soccer Team, COSIDA announced Thursday. Sherle was a first-team honoree while Taylor garnered second-team honors.

First-team Academic All-District honorees advance to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Team ballot, where first-, second- and third-team All-America honorees will be announced in December.

To be eligible for selection to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team, nominees must own a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.30, have completed at least one year at their current institution, and be a starter or significant contributor who has competed in at least half of their team's competitions.

A pre-dental hygiene major with a 3.78 cumulative GPA, Sherle put forth one of the most impressive individual seasons not just in school history, but in Mountain West history, as well.

The sophomore netted 18 goals and accumulated 42 points in the 2017 season – good for both Boise State individual single-season records. The two marks also tied for the Mountain West individual single-season records.

Her nine game-winning goals is still No. 1 in the NCAA this season, while her 18 goals and 42 points are both No. 2 in the nation in their respective categories.

The Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year caught fire in conference play, netting 12 goals and racking up 28 points – both of which are league records for an individual in MW competition. Already with 25 career goals and 58 career points, Sherle is well on her way to breaking the career goals (Shannon Saxton – 35) and career points (Shannon Saxton – 95) school records.

Taylor played the best season of her Bronco career in 2017 and was appropriately recognized with All-Mountain West Second Team honors last month. The senior midfielder scored a goal and tallied two assists in her final season.

The Bridgewater, Nova Scotia native will graduate later this academic year with a 3.90 cumulative GPA and a degree in health science studies. The three-year starter excelled both in the classroom and on the field as a key piece in the Broncos’ banner 13-6-3 campaign.

Sherle will now move on to CoSIDA Academic All-America consideration. The announcement of first-, second- and third-team All-America honorees will be made in December.


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