Boise State Gears up for its First Road Game of the Season at Siena
Broncos MAKE FIRST ROAD TRIP AS THEY FACE
ABOUT THE SIENA COLLEGE SAINTS: The Saints won 23 games last season and captured their third MAAC Championship (1999, 2002, and 2008) ... Siena went on to defeat Vanderbilt in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament, thanks in part to six 3-pointers from Fisher ... It is widely regarded as the most successful season in school history.
LAST TIME AGAINST SIENA: Alex Franklin had 30 points and 18 rebounds, and Edwin Ubiles added 22 points as Siena posted a 93-70 victory over Boise State ... Siena held Boise State's leading scorer, Reggie Larry, to only eight points, 10 below his season's average ... Tyler Tiedeman scored 12 points and Jamar Greene 10 for the Broncos, who played without starting guard Matt Bauscher ... The smaller Saints outrebounded the Western Athletic Conference Broncos 44-36 and outscored Boise State 46-28 in the key ... Siena used its quickness to force 20 turnovers, while committing only nine themselves.
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SANCHEZ SINKS SHOTS: In the season opening game against
CENTURY CLUB: For the first time since the 1977-78 season, Boise State scored 100 points in its season opener as the Broncos beat Pacific 100-68 ... The last time the Broncos tallied 100+ points in an opener was in 1977, as Boise State beat the College of Great Falls, 102-81.
DOUBLE FIGURE SCORING: The Broncos have had three or more players score in double figures in both their season opener and their two exhibition games ... Mark Sanchez (26), Paul Noonan (13), Kurt Cunningham (10), and Ike Okoye (10) posted double-digits in Boise State’s 87-42 exhibition win over Guelph ... La'Shard Anderson (19), Paul Noonan (16) and Anthony Thomas (12) led the way for the Broncos in their 94-77 exhibition win against Concordia ... Mark Sanchez (21), Aaron Garner (15), Kurt Cunningham (13), La'Shard Anderson (13) and Ike Okoye (12) scored in double figures as the Broncos coasted to a 100-68 victory over Pacific.
THOMAS EARNS PRESEASON RECOGNITION:
Thomas was selected to the second team and becomes just the third Bronco player named to the preseason second team, joining the ranks of Matt Nelson (2007-08 season) and Coby Karl (2005-06) as previous second-team picks. As a sophomore, Thomas started in all 34 games and averaged 8.5 points and 2.5 rebounds per game. He led the Broncos with 49 steals and finished the season ranked fifth in the WAC with an assist/turnover ratio of 1.55.
Thomas leads broncos in assists: Anthony Thomas, who is the Broncos’ lone returning starter, finished last season with 141 assists, the third most in Boise State history ... He posted a career-high 11 assists in the season opener against Pacific, Nov. 14 ... The junior preseason all-conference guard needs just 44 assists to crack the Broncos’ career top 10 list.
NOONAN REIGNS FROM 3-POINT RANGE: Paul Noonan is
BOISE STATE RETURNS SIX IMPACT PLAYERS: The Broncos return six players (Anthony Thomas, Paul Noonan, Jamar Greene, Aaron Garner, Mark Sanchez and Kurt Cunningham) who have scored in double figures during their career ... During exhibition play, Sanchez scored a career-best 26 points against Guelph to lead the Broncos to an 87-42 victory over the Gryphons, Nov. 1.
BOISE STATE WELCOMES FOUR TO THE BRONCO FAMILY: The Broncos add one Division 1 transfer (Ike Okoye), three junior college transfers (La'Shard Anderson, Sean Imadiyi) and a true freshman (Tyler Young) to their roster ... During the Broncos final exhibition game of the season, Anderson led the way with 19 points, as he was 3-of-5 from 3-point range and dished out a pair of assists in Boise State’s 94-77 win over Concordia, Nov. 11. On the defensive side of the ball, the sophomore pulled down three boards, nabbed three steals and had a block.
BRONCOS IN THE GREG GRAHAM ERA: The Broncos have put up four of the top five scoring seasons in school history in the Greg Graham era including last year’s school record 2,767 points ... The Broncos have never lost to
BOISE STATE’S RECORD BREAKING SEASON: Boise State won its first WAC championship in 2007-08, advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1994 ... The Broncos are coming off a record breaking season that set a school record 25 wins, which included a school-best 12 road victories ... After beating New Mexico State in Las Cruces in the WAC Tournament last year, the Broncos have now beat three tournament hosts in the WAC Tournament since joining the league in 2001. (Fresno State-2004, Nevada-2005, New Mexico State 2008).
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