Final Bronco Luncheon Monday

Nov. 30, 2015 BOISE, Idaho – Boise State Executive Director of Athletics Curt Apsey, wrestling head coach Greg Randall and women’s basketball associate head coach Sunny Smallwood will speak at this coming Monday’s (Nov. 30) Bronco Luncheon in the Jordan Ballroom at the Student Union Building. There will also be a behind-the-scenes update on Bronco football recruiting heading into the postseason.

The idea of community has boosted the luncheon series concept with the goal of giving Bronco fans an exciting kickoff to their week. In addition to the special guests Monday’s luncheon will also feature the Spirit Squad, highlights and giveaways.

Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. with the program set to begin at noon. Individual luncheon tickets can be purchased for $15 each and are available through BroncoAthleticAssociation.com or by calling 208-426-4737. Walk-up guests are also welcome.

The luncheons are open to the public and complimentary parking will be available for attendees in the Lincoln Garage across the street from the Student Union Building. Guests can park in any available spot in the garage. Visit a pay kiosk, enter in space number, click “Purchase” and then select “Bronco Luncheon.” Kiosks are located on each floor of the garage and guests will receive a receipt after following step-by-step instructions on the screen.

Apsey also made a return to Boise State after a short time away, taking the reins as athletic director in July after nine months in the same position at Carroll College in Helena, Mont. Prior to leaving for Carroll, Apsey spent 16 years (1998-2014) in the Boise State athletic administration, most notably serving as interim athletic director from Sept. 2011 to January 2012.

Randall is in his 14th season as head coach of the Bronco wrestling program. During his time as head coach Boise state has won four Pac-12 Championships with five runner-up finishes. The Broncos have also finished in the Top 25 at the NCAA Championship eight times with 11 wrestlers earning 15 All- America honors.

Smallwood is in her second year as associate head coach for the women’s basketball program, returning to her alma mater where she played from 1979-83. Prior to her return to Boise State Smallwood spent time at Nebraska, California and Washington as a top assistant. The Broncos won the 2015 Mountain West Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in program history.

This is the final of six Bronco Luncheons held this fall.

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