Noah Horsburgh
Noah  Horsburgh

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Meridian, Idaho

High School:
Mountain View HS

Event:
Middle Distance

05/12/2018

Broncos Claim 3 Titles on Final Day

Alexis Fuller (1,500m), Bryce Kirby (100m) and Allie Ostrander (5,000m) won event titles on the final day of the Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships

05/11/2018

Uchikoshi Goes Back-To-Back in Steeplechase

Yusuke Uchikoshi claimed his second-straight 3,000m steeplechase title at the Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships Friday night

05/09/2018

Boise State Set for MW Championships

The Broncos will travel to Clovis, Calif., and compete in the Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships (May 9-12) this week

04/27/2018

Broncos Win Five Event Titles Friday

Boise State grabbed five event titles Friday at the Border Clash with Kendra Noneman leading the way with a career-best performance in the hammer throw

04/26/2018

Border Clash Set for DLP

The 2018 Border Clash - the team's only outdoor home meet of the season - will take place at Dona Larsen park this weekend from April 27-28

05/11/2018

MW Outdoor Track and Field Championships

MW Outdoor Track and Field Championships (5-11-2018)

04/27/2018

Border Clash (April 27-28)

Border Clash (April 27-28) | Boise, Idaho

04/19/2018

Track and Field - Bryan Clay Invitational

Track and Field - Bryan Clay Invitational (Azusa Pacific)

05/12/2017

Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships

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

04/28/2017

Border Clash (April 28-29)

Border Clash (April 28-29)

2017-18: CROSS COUNTRY- Finished in the top 10 at both meets he competed in . . . Led the team with a third-place finish at the Charles Bowles Invitational in 25:02.4 for 8k (Sept. 30) . . . Finished 10th as the No. 3 scorer for Boise State at the Inland Empire Challenge in 24:21.4 (Oct. 14) . . . INDOOR- Scored a point at the Mountain West Championships with an eighth-place showing in the 800m (Feb. 22-24) . . . Had a big weekend at the Boise State Challenge where he took first and ran a personal best of 4:08.28 in the mile. He also won the 800m when he ran a season best 1:53.72 (Feb. 10) . . . Won the 800m in a season best 1:54.02 at the Bronco Invitational (Jan. 20) . . . Ran 1:54.29 for 800m at the UW Invitational to place 19th (Jan. 26-27) . . . Competed in both the 800m and the mile at the Jacksons Open (Dec. 9). Finished second in the mile in 4:19.91 and third in the 800m in 1:55.45 . . . Ran the 800m leg of the Boise State ‘Orange’ DMR at the Ed Jacoby Invitational (Jan. 12-13)

2016-17: CROSS COUNTRY - Did not compete…INDOOR – Picked up plenty of experience in the 800m in his first season as a Bronco, competing in six different meets…scored at the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships with a 1:54.18 in the 800m final to take eighth…his 800m PR came in the preliminary at the conference championships, running a 1:52.55…started the season at the Jacksons Open and ran a 4:25.74 to take second in the mile…third at the Ed Jacoby Invitational in the 800m with a 1:57.13…ran in the 600m (1:21.33) at the Bronco Invitational to cross the line in third…took first in the 800m (1:54.14) and mile (4:15.70) at the Boise State Challenge…also captured the 800m title at the Jacksons/NB Boise Indoor Invite…also helped the DMR team take fifth (10:14.24) at the league championships…OUTDOOR – Ninth in the 800m (1:55.52) at the Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships, coming up just short of qualifying for the final…ran an outdoor PR at the NNU Invitational (1:53.29) to take the 800m title…second at the Border Clash with a 1:53.78…competed in four total meets in the outdoor season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER 
Noah Horsburgh – a local product from Meridian, Idaho – comes to Boise State after leading the Mountain View High School cross country team to two-consecutive state championships in 2015 and 2016. He placed fifth in 2015 and sixth in 2016 individually, and capped off his senior year with a 19th-place performance at the Nike Cross Country Northwest meet. He was a three-time distance MVP for his prep cross country team and a four-time Idaho academic achievement recipient.

CAREER BESTS
Cross Country
8k- 24:21.4

Indoor
800m – 1:52.55
Mile – 4:15.70

Outdoor
800m – 1:53.29
1,500m – 3:57.84

Prep
1,600m - 4:18
5,000m - 15:30


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