Braydey Hodgins
Braydey  Hodgins


Pasco, Wash.

High School:
Chiawana HS




Bronco 2018-19 MW Schedule Released

Boise State opens defense of its 2016-17 Mountain West title Jan. 2, 2019


Bronco Dance Card: Hello, Louisville

Boise State arrives in Louisville ahead of Friday's first-round NCAA Tournament contest


Broncos Go Back-To-Back!

Boise State secured its third Mountain West Tournament title in the last four years with a 62-60 buzzer-beating victory over Nevada Friday afternoon at the Thomas & Mack Center


Big Game Braydey Leads Rout Of Rams

Braydey Hodgins scores career-high 25 points as Boise State reaches Mountain West title game


Hodgins Named Boise State Athlete of the Week

The sophomore had a career night to lead the Broncos to victory at Wyoming.


2016-17 Women's Basketball Season Review

Season review of the 2016-17 women's basketball campaign and NCAA Tournament appearance.


2017 NCAA Tournament

2017 Women's Basketball NCAA Tournament Highlights


NCAA Selection Show Viewing

Boise State's NCAA Selection Show Viewing on Monday March 13.


Senior Night Video

Boise State's Senior Night video on March 3, 2017


Women's Basketball at UCLA, NCAA 2017

Photo gallery for Boise State women's basketball at No. 15/14 UCLA in first round of NCAA Championship on March 18, 2017.


NCAA Women's Basketball Championship, Gallery 1

First photo gallery for the women's basketball team's trip to Los Angeles for the NCAA Championship, this covers primarily day 2 at UCLA March 17.


MW Championship Game

Boise State women's basketball claimed the MW Championship with a 66-53 win Friday, over Fresno State.


MW Semifinal vs Colorado State

Boise State defeated Colorado State in the semifinals of the 2017 MW Championship, March 8, 2017.


Boise State Win Over New Mexico at MWCT

Boise State women's basketball photo gallery for Broncos win over New Mexico in the MW quarterfinals on March 7, 2017

  • Mountain West All-Tournament Team (2018)
  • Mountain West Player of the Week (March 4, 2018)

    SOPHOMORE (2017-18): (Game-By-Game) Named Mountain West Player of the Week (March 4)...earned spot on the Mountain West All-Tournament Team...appeared in 29 games, making 18 starts...missed the first four games of the season due to a preseason injury...finished fifth on the team with 8.2 points per game, second with 95 assists, and third with 25 steals...made her season debut Nov. 30 against Saint Mary's, scoring eight points with two assists...scored team-high 14 points and hit two treys at Eastern Washington (Dec. 3)...put up 13 points with three rebounds at Portland (Dec. 10)...netted a career-high 17 points on 5-of-8 shooting, including a career-best four 3-pointers, to go with five assists against St. Francis (Pa.) (Dec. 21)...went 4-for-8 from the field, and 2-for-4 from deep, scoring 10 points with three assists at New Mexico (Jan. 3)...passed out six assists and scored 12 points in win over Fresno State (Jan. 10)...set her career high with 10 assists to go with four points and five rebounds at San Diego State (Jan. 17)...scored nine points with six assists at San Jose State (Jan. 24)...hit a pair of 3-pointers, scored 14 points with five rebounds in win over Colorado State (Feb. 21)...matched her career high with seven rebounds, to go with 10 points and four assists against San Diego State (Feb. 27)...put up career highs in points (24) and field goals (nine), while matching her career best in rebounds (seven) in win at Wyoming (March 2)...scored 11 points with six rebounds and four assists in win over Air Force (March 6)...updated her career high with 25 points on 8-of-11 shooting in Mountain West semifinal win over Colorado State, also passing out game-high five assists (March 7)...scored 14 points and again matched her career high in rebounds (seven) along with six assists in Mountain West title game win over Nevada (March 9).

    FRESHMAN (2016-17): (Game-By-Game) Saw action in all 33 games during the season...recorded 116 points, 57 rebounds, 37 assists, three blocks and 13 steals...averaged 3.5 points, 1.7 rebounds, 1.1 assists (5th team) and 0.4 steals in 12.6 minutes per game...shot 35.1 percent from floor, 39.5 percent (1st team) from beyond the arc, 15 made 3-pointers, and 67.3 percent from the free-throw line...had four games with double-digit points...led team in scoring once, assists four times and steals on three occasions...first game in the blue and orange came during the season opener against Southern Oregon (Nov. 13) coming in off the bench to record five assists, three rebounds and one steal in the win...went 4-of-5 from the floor and 2-of-2 from beyond the arc for 10 points in the win over Portland State (Nov. 16)...scored 11 points shooting 3-of-4 from floor and 2-of-2 from beyond the arc in win over Fresno State (Jan. 14), also hit 3-of-3 free throws...scored a team and career-high 13 points on 4-of-9 shooting from the floor with one trey, three rebounds, three assists, and career-high four steals in 17 minutes at Nevada (Jan. 25)...tallied seven points and career-high seven rebounds against Colorado State (Feb. 1)...hit two key 3-pointers with 10 points in fourth quarter to help Broncos rally from 10 down to defeat New Mexico (Feb. 15)...three points, three rebounds and two assists in win at Wyoming (Feb. 18)...team-high three assists with three rebounds in Broncos' NCAA first round game at UCLA (March 18).

    As a senior became first Chiawana Riverhawks female athlete to be named to the Associated Press Washington 4-A All-State First Team...Mid-Columbia Conference Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year, as well as Mid-Columbia All-Conference First Team...was named the Tri-City Hearld’s 2016 All-Area Player of the Year; she was the first CHS Riverhawk female athlete to ever win the Tri-City Herald’s Athlete of the Year for her performances on the soccer field and basketball court during her senior year...overall in basketball, she was a three-time All-Mid-Columbia Conference honoree earning first team recognition junior and senior seasons...two-time team captain...a four-year member of coach Steve Davis’ Riverhawks’ varsity team and a three-year starter at guard...  during her prep career Hodgins helped the Riverhawks to a 84-11 overall mark, a 53-3 conference record, three league championships and one runner-up finish, as well as four regionals and one state tournament appearance...as a senior helped CHS to a 21-4 overall record and perfect 14-0 conference mark; led the Mid-Columbia Conference in scoring at 27.1 points per game, more than 10 points better than the second ranked player; averaged 8.9 rebounds, 3.8 steals and 3.4 blocks per game; scored a school-record 46 points in the regular season finale against Richland High School...as a junior averaged 20 points, six rebounds, five assists, 1.5 blocks and four steals per game...sophomore year she tallied 12 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals per game...Hodgins was a two-sport athlete for CHS also competing for the soccer team where she scored 26 goals as a senior earning first-team all-conference and honorable-mention all-state honors;  a three-time all-conference honoree in soccer...was a standout in the classroom as well and was a four-year member of the Honor Roll and a two-year member of the National Honors Society as a junior and senior...played club basketball for the Sagebrush Hoops Club of Pasco, Wash., coached by Steve Davis and her father Mike Hodgins.

    Hodgins’ mother, Karen (Murray) Hodgins, played collegiate basketball at the University of Washington where she is currently ranked fifth all-time in scoring for the Huskies with 1,745 points (16.3 ppg) and was the first women’s basketball player inducted into the Husky Hall of Fame in 1992, she also played professionally overseas ... Hodgins has two sisters, Hayley and Delaney, that played for Eastern Washington.


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