Brenna Peloquin
Brenna  Peloquin


Gig Harbor, Wash.

High School:
Gig Harbor HS




XC Announces 2017 Slate

Head coach Corey Ihmels and the Broncos will compete in four regular season meets before the Mountain West Conference Championships on Oct. 27 in Albuquerque, N.M.


Peloquin, Men and Women Earn Honors

Brenna Peloquin's 4.0 cumulative GPA and sixth-place finish at cross country nationals earned her a spot on the USTFCCCA Division I Women's All-Academic Team


Peloquin Sixth, Men 19th at Nationals

Brenna Peloquin was sixth in the women's race and the men were 19th as a team at the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind.


Nationals Set for Terre Haute

The men's team along with Brenna Peloquin will travel to Terre Haute, Ind., and compete in the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships this Saturday at the LaVern Gibson Cross Country Course


Men's Team and Peloquin Qualify

The Boise State men qualified as an at-large team and Brenna Peloquin automatically qualified as an individual for the 2016 NCAA Cross Country Championships


2016 NCAA West Regional - Cross Country

2016 NCAA West Regional - Cross Country, Nov. 11, 2016. Haggin Oaks Golf Course | Sacramento, Calif.


2016 Mountain West Cross Country Championships

2016 Mountain West Cross Country Championships, Falcon Crest Golf Club, Kuna, ID | Oct. 28


2015 Mountain West Cross Country Championships

Photo gallery for the 2015 Mountain West Cross Country Championships at Reno, Nev., Oct. 30 - all photos by NCAA Photos.

2017 All-MW Indoor Track and Field - 5,000m
2016 NCAA Cross Country All-American
2016 Cross Country All-West Region
2016 Cross Country All-Mountain West First Team
2016 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field First-Team All-American - 5,000m
2016 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field First-Team All-American - 10,000m
2016 Mountain West Champion - 5,000m
2016 All-MW Indoor Track and Field - 3,000m
2016 All-MW Indoor Track and Field - 5,000m
2015 NCAA Cross Country All-American
2015 Cross Country All-West Region
2015 Cross Country All-Mountain West Second Team

2017-18: CROSS COUNTRY- Redshirt.

2016-17: CROSS COUNTRY - Named an All-American – the fourth such honor of her track & field and cross country career – thanks to a sixth-place finish at the NCAA National Championships after crossing the line in 19:54.5, putting the finishing touches on what was a wildly successful season… Boise State’s top finisher in all five races, Peloquin finished no worse than sixth in every race this season, tallying an amazing two victories, and a third-place, fourth-place and sixth-place finish…opened the year by claiming the Roy Griak Invitational, winning the 6K race in 20:49.5…pulled ahead of Michigan’s Erin Finn in the last quarter of the race for her first collegiate cross country race of her career…followed that up with another victory at the ultra-competitive Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational, taking down a loaded field thanks to a 20:00.8…was named first-team All-Mountain West after taking fourth at the conference championships, good for the lowest Bronco finish on the women’s side…finished in third at the NCAA West Regionals (19:42.0), attaining USTFCCCA All-West Region honors in the process...INDOOR – Was an All-Mountain West honoree in the 5,000m at the indoor track and field championships, running a 16:49.71 to take third…also competed in the 3k at the championships, clocking a 9:47.41 to take seventh place…recorded her 3,000m PR at the UW Invitational thanks to a 9:23.33…returned to Seattle a couple weeks later and posted a 16:24.38 in the 5k at the Husky Classic…opened the indoor season at the Ed Jacoby Invitational and took third in the mile courtesy of a 5:07.31...OUTDOOR – Redshirt.

2015-16: CROSS COUNTRY - The most improved runner on the team over the course of the season, Peloquin ended the year by taking ninth at the NCAA National Cross Country Championships with a time of 20:04.3, giving her All-America honors…with her and fellow freshman Allie Ostrander both nabbing All-America nods, the duo became one of four athletes from the same team to both earn All-America honors, and the only freshmen combo to accomplish the feat…also earned All-West Region honors after taking fourth at the NCAA West Regional meet (20:37.8), crucial in helping the women’s team take second and earn the automatic qualifying bid…began the postseason by taking ninth at the Mountain West Championships (22:56.17), good for All-Mountain West Second Team honors…also competed at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational and took 27th with a time of 20:17.4…11th at the Roy Griak Invitational (21:45.7), and a key component of the Broncos winning the team title…opened the year at the Dual in Speedway Meadow and took third place with a 21:00.4...INDOOR - Built on her sensational cross country season, ran in mainly the 3,000m and the 5,000m…was runner-up in both the 3,000m and the 5,000m at the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships, ran a 9:34.93 in the 3k and a 17:02.19 in the 5k…started the season off by helping the DMR team to the victory (12:11.93) at the Ed Jacoby Invite…also competed in the mile at the same meet, took second with a time of 4:55.36…enjoyed her fastest 5k time of the season (16:11.90) at the UW Invitational…14th at the Husky Classic in the 5,000m, ran a 16:13.61…was All-MW in both the 3,000m and the 5,000m...OUTDOORS – Turned in one of the best outdoor seasons for a freshman track and field athlete in school history…took eighth in both the 5,000m and the 10,000m at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships, securing two First-Team All-America honors in the process…ran a 16:07.32 in the 5K and a 32:58.78 in the 10K – making her the second-fastest Bronco in school history in the event…at season’s end, she became the first cross country or track and field freshman athlete to earn three All-America honors in school history, including her All-America nod from the cross country season…claimed the Mountain West title in the 5,000m, running a 16:05.99 to pick up 10 points for the Blue and Orange…clocked her 10K qualifying time for regionals at the Payton Jordan Invitational, clocking a 33:03.48 for 28th place in a field that consisted of mostly professionals…opened the season at the Stanford Invitational, took third and crossed the line in 15:55.43, which makes her the second-fastest 5K runner in school history.

PREP: Brenna Peloquin comes to Boise State as the 2014 Washington Track and Field State Champion in the 3,200m. She took runner-up honors at the state championships in both the 3,200m and the 1,600m as a senior in 2015. In total, Peloquin placed in the top-four in the 3,200m at the state championships in all four years of her prep career. She also finished 50th at Nike Cross Nationals last fall.

Cross Country
6k - 19:42.0

Mile - 4:55.36
3,000m - 9:23.33

5,000m - 15:55.43
10,000m - 32:58.78

3,200m - 10:32.28
Mile - 4:51.82

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