Kyra Lopez
Kyra  Lopez

RS Sophomore

Phoenix, Ariz.

High School:
Desert Vista HS



Health Science Studies


Boise State Has 73 Named Academic All-MW

Boise State Athletics sets department record with 73 student-athletes named to 2017 Fall Academic All-Mountain West Team


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


Uchikoshi Wins, Men's Sprinters Excel

Yusuke Uchikoshi won the 3,000m steeplechase title while sprinters Dusty Fisher and Alexandru Terpezan were both able to make some noise in the school record book


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)


Border Clash (April 28-29)

Border Clash (April 28-29)


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

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

2017-18: CROSS COUNTRY- Strong race at the Mountain West Championships to finish 21st in 21:41.83 for 6k (Oct. 27) . . .  Finish third in the “B” race of the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational as the top Bronco (Oct. 13) . . . Opened the season with a 40th-place showing at the Greater Louisville Classic in 17:23.83 for 5k (Sept. 30) . . . INDOOR- Appeared in three meets on the season, all in the 3,000m . . . Took 12th in the 3,000m in 9:53.51 at the Mountain West Championship (Feb 22. 24) . . . Posted a personal best in the 3,000 with a time of 9:49.45 at the 2018 Husky Classic (Feb. 9-10) . . . Opened the season at the UW Invitational, running 9:50.28 for 3,000m (Jan. 26-27)

2016-17: CROSS COUNTRY - Was a consistent scorer for the women’s team in what was her first collegiate cross country season…logged two nice performances to open the season…started at the Sagebrush Invitational and finished in third place (17:42.61) on the 5K course…was then 30th at the Roy Griak Invitational thanks to a 22:30.1, crossing the line as the Broncos’ No. 2 scorer…took 139th at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational (21:50.2)…turned in a solid performance at the Mountain West Championships, clocking a 21:24.4 for 26th place…concluded the season by taking 56th at the NCAA West Regionals, recording a 20:52.3 for her fastest 6k time of the season...INDOOR – Ran in all three distance events in her second indoor season…took 16th place in the 5k at the conference championships after crossing the line in 17:52.43…ran a PR in the 3,000m at the Husky Classic after clocking a 9:51.41…performed well two weeks earlier back in Seattle, running a 9:54.04 in the 3k….opened the season at the Ed Jacoby Invitational and took second in the mile (5:06.37)…OUTDOOR – Scored three points at the Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships with a sixth-place day in the 3,000m steeplechase, running 10:56.85…logged some speed work at the Border Clash and took second in the 1,500m (4:38.87)…enjoyed a 3k steeplechase career-best time of 10:31.40 at the Mt. SAC Relays…enjoyed another solid day in the steeplechase two weeks earlier at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival, recording a 10:38.67 to take seventh place.

2015-16: CROSS COUNTRY - Redshirted...INDOOR – Ran in all three distance races (5,000m, 3,000m and mile) in her first indoor season…helped the DMR team take first (12:11.93) at the Ed Jacoby Invite…third at the Bronco Invite in the mile, running a season-best time of 5:09.12…ran her fastest 3,000m at the UW Invitational thanks to a 10:04.16…clocked a 18:38.56 in the 5,000m at the Husky Classic…finished the year at the conference championships, running a 10:38.50 for 23rd...OUTDOOR - Did not compete.

Kyra Lopez comes to Boise State from Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, Ariz. She helped Desert Vista to a fifth-place finish at Nike Cross Nationals as the third scorer. Lopez won a pair of region championships in the 1,600m and the 3,200m on her way to qualifying for state in 2014. In 2015, she took seventh in the 3,200m and ninth in the 1,600m at the Arizona Track and Field State Championships.

Cross Country
6k - 20:52.3

Mile - 5:06.37
3,000m - 9:49.45
5,000m - 17:52.43

1,500m - 4:38.87
3,000m Steeplechase - 10:31.40
5,000m - 17:53.67

3,200m - 10:48.20
1,600m - 4:58.50

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