Emily Stiles
Emily  Stiles


Mead, Wash.

High School:
Mt. Spokane HS



Stiles Wins Javelin Title at NNU

Emily Stiles claimed the first event title of her career Friday afternoon at the NNU Open


Outdoor Season Begins at NNU

The Broncos will open the outdoor season this weekend (March 23-24) at the NNU Open


Bronco Men Take Fifth at Conference

Sadi Henderson (women's 800m) and Bryce Kirby (men's 100m) both won conference titles and the men's team led the way with a strong fifth-place team performance on the final day of the league championships


MW Outdoor Championships Next Up

The Broncos will compete in the Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships this week (May 10-13) in Logan, Utah


Broncos Amass 12 Titles on Day Two

Allie Ostrander led the way for the Blue and Orange on Saturday at the Border Clash with a record-breaking performance in the 5,000m


Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships

Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships (May 10-13)

INDOOR – Did not compete…OUTDOOR – Specialized in the javelin in her first season as a Bronco…made an immediate impact at the conference meet in scoring three points courtesy of a sixth-place finish (125-8 / 38.31m)…was second at the Border Clash and PR’d with a 137-9 (42.00m)…went 109-0 (33.22m) at the Bryan Clay Invitational…logged a pair of top-20 finishes at the Sun Angel Classic (19th – 124-4 / 37.89m) and the Stanford Invitational (11th – 111-10 / 34.09m).

A javelin thrower, Stiles comes to Boise with an extensive career as a prep from Mead, Wash., at Mt. Spokane High School. She excelled at the Washington 2A, 3A, 4A State Championship meet, taking fourth place thanks to a career-best throw of 131-2. Stiles captured 10 pole vault titles over the course of her senior campaign.

Javelin - 137-9 (42.00m)

Javelin - 131-2

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