Amy Pfaff
Amy  Pfaff


Pasco, Wash.

High School:
Hanford HS

Last College:
College of Idaho

Middle Distance


Broncos Close Weekend Well

Boise State picked up four individual titles at the NNU Invitational and logged valuable experience at the Beach Invitational


Henderson Earns 800m School Record

Redshirt sophomore Sadi Henderson was brilliant in the 800m yet again, running a 2:04.39 to break the outdoor 800m school record and record the fifth-fastest time in Mountain West history


Sun Angel Classic Next Up for T&F

The field events along with the sprinters and middle distance runners will headline the weekend at the Sun Angel Classic in Tempe, Ariz., from April 7-8


Broncos Wrap Up in Bay Area

The men's sprinters highlighted the day on Saturday afternoon at the Stanford Invitational and San Francisco State Distance Carnival


Ostrander Wins in Return to Track

Competing in the first 3,000m steeplechase of her collegiate career, Allie Ostrander (9:55.61) not only won the race, but also became the second-fastest woman in the event in school history


Boise State - Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships (Feb. 23-25)

Boise State - Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships (Feb. 23-25)


Boise State Challenge (Feb. 11)

Boise State Challenge (Feb. 11)


Bronco Invitational - Jan. 21

Bronco Invitational - Jan. 21

2016-17: CROSS COUNTRY - First action as a Bronco came at the Sagebrush Invitational, finishing the 5K course in 18:39.55 for 22nd place…also competed at the Roy Griak Invitational (23:43.8) and took 130th…fared well at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational “B” Race, running a 22:16.7 to take 37th place…was 35th at the Mountain West Championships, running her fastest 6k time of the year (21:43.3) in the process…took 157th at the NCAA West Regional, running a 22:19.4.

Amy Pfaff comes to Boise State after two years at the College of Idaho. The junior earned All-CCC and NAIA All-America honors after a stellar sophomore cross country season. She was the 
top non-Division I finisher at the Montana Invitational and took 26th at the NAIA National Championships. On the track she was equally as impressive, earning four NAIA All-America honors and winning a pair of Cascade Collegiate Conference titles. She set a school record in the 1,000m at the NAIA National Championships, clocking a 2:54.69 for third place.HIGH SCHOOL: Was a top-20 finisher at the XC state meet in Washington. Did well on the track as well, enjoying top-6 finishes in the 400 meters (57.5) and 800 meters (2:16). Also swam for Hanford High School, graduating in 2014.

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