Boise State Athlete of the Week Poll

Nov. 20, 2017

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State Athletics wants to get Bronco Nation involved in celebrating the performances of our student-athletes, so we are giving Bronco fans the chance to vote on the top Boise State performer each week!

Follow @BroncoSports on Twitter, and vote in our Twitter poll for your Boise State Athlete of the Week every Monday morning, and the occasional Tuesday morning, should a holiday fall on a Monday.

Sierra Nobley | Outside Hitter | Senior | Scottsdale, Ariz.
Sierra Nobley helped the Broncos sweep last week to close out the regular season, defeating San Jose State and Nevada. Nobley tallied a total of 32 kills, one service ace and three blocks for 34.5 points, while hitting 36.8 percent on the week. She averaged 5.33 kills, 0.17 service aces and 0.50 blocks for 5.75 points per set and hit over 33 percent in both contests. She led the team in kills and points during both contests.

Tyler Horton | Cornerback | Junior | Fresno, Calif.
Cornerback Tyler Horton forced one fumble and then recovered another, running it back for a touchdown as the Bronco defense held the potent Air Force offense to just a total of 296 yards and an average of 3.5 yards per rush. Overall the Broncos pressured the Falcons into five fumbles, forcing two of them and recovering three. Both of Horton's tackles were for a loss and he accounted for one pass breakup.

Allie Ostrander | RS Sophomore | Kenai, Alaska
Ostrander finished fourth individually at the NCAA Cross Country Championship, leading the team to a program-high sixth place team finish. Entering the final 2-kilometers of the 6-kilometer race, Ostrander was a step behind the leaders, battling 20-mph winds. Ostrander hung with the leaders, but was unable to get ahead -- battling to a fourth-place finish, good for the fourth All-American honors of her career. Ostrander finished in a time of 19:31.2.

Chandler Hutchison | Guard | Senior | Mission Viejo, Calif.
Helped lead the Broncos to the final of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off at Myrtle Beach, as the team defeated UTEP 58-56 and Illinois State 82-64 en route to the championship game. First against UTEP, Hutchison came up clutch in the final minute, pulling the Broncos within one and then completing a three-point play as he was fouled while completing a layup with 9.8 seconds to go. His free throw gave the Broncos a 58-56 lead and advanced them to the semifinals. He totaled 10 points and eight rebounds against the Miners. In the semifinals vs. Illinois State, Hutchison had 19 points and a career-high 18 rebounds to lead the Broncos to the finals.

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