Rebecca Patton picked up her sixth win of the season with another complete game
Boise State earned its first win against a Pac-12 school in the season opener
All 19 of Boise State's sports were represented
Broncos end season with a win for the first time
Holly Bourke had two hits and tied the school record for games played Sunday
Boise State scored 10 times in the first three innings en route to a 10-2 win in five innings against Nevada, May 9, to open the series. Makenna Weir's bases-loaded double in the third broke the game open.
Boise State softball took on San Diego State April 21, in the rubber match of a three-game series. The Broncos jumped out to a 3-0 lead before SDSU battled back to tie the game. Once again Boise State came up with some seventh-inning magic, getting a walk-off home run from Tara Glover to win the game 5-3, and take the series two games to one.
Boise State rallied in the seventh inning to force extras against San Diego State in game two of the conference series April 20, at Dona Larsen Park. The Aztecs prevailed 3-2 in eight innings on the strength of three solo home runs.
Photos from the 2013 season
Junior (2013): Appeared in and started 47 games...started 46 games at shortstop and one at catcher...hit .285 with 39 hits, added 24 walks for a .395 on-base percentage...scored 27 runs and drove in 26...hit nine doubles and four home runs...ranked among the top five Broncos in each category...hit .313 with runners in scoring position...5-for-6 on stolen base attempts...reached base in 12-of-15 plate appearances (.800) during four-game stretch from May 3-9, including drawing seven walks in a three-game series at UNLV...went on a nine-game hitting streak from March 23-April 7, during which she batted .536 with 15 hits, including seven doubles...was 4-for-7 at the plate during three-game series at No. 16/20 Arizona, including two home runs...eight multi-hit games, including a trio of three-hit performances...went 3-for-3 at San Diego (March 2) and tied career-high with two steals...led the team with 99 assists...career-high seven assists at UNLV (May 4), a game in which she had 11 fielding chances...Academic All-MW...MW Scholar-Athlete.
Sophomore (2012): Appeared in and started 51 games...made 44 starts at shortstop and seven at catcher...hit .257 with 36 hits, including three doubles and three home runs...scored 19 runs and drove in 13 more...game-winning home run in the sixth inning against Wichita State (March 4)...2-for-3 with a double and two RBI against Washington (Feb. 18)...five multi-hit games...recorded 98 putouts and a team-best 104 assists...4-for-5 on stolen base attempts...threw out 60 percent of would-be base stealers (3-of-5).
Freshman (2011): Started all 53 games at shortstop...batted .285 with 37 hits, also scored 31 runs and drove in 26...boosted her average to .333 in conference play with 17 RBI...tied school record with six RBI against San Jose State (April 2), including her first grand slam...hit three home runs on the season...registered eight multi-hit games, three of them with three hits...strung together a nine-game hit streak (April 23-May 13) to tie a team best for the season...was a perfect 5-for-5 on stolen bases...highest fielding percentage by a Bronco shortstop (.940)...scored the game-winning run in the season opener against Loyola Marymount (Feb. 12) after becoming the first Bronco freshman to start a season opener at shortstop...recorded first-career hit Feb. 18, against BYU...NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete...WAC All-Academic.
High School: Three-year letterwinner and starter at shortstop for coach Haley Gaddis at Westlake High School...first-team all-district selection all three seasons...named All-Central Texas Second Team as a junior...twice named team MVP...earned defensive player of the year honors as a senior...three-time academic all-district selection...played for Houston Power 18U Gold and Austin Storm 18U Gold in the summer...helped travel team place ninth at 2010 18 Gold national tournament and top 25 in 2009...bats and throws right-handed...studying biology.