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Marijke Vanderschaaf
Marijke  Vanderschaaf

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Sammamish, Wash.

High School:
Eastlake HS

Height:
6-3

Position:
Center

06/11/2018

Bronco 2018-19 MW Schedule Released

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

05/16/2017

Presnell Signs Jayde Christopher

Christopher is a 5-foot-8 guard that is transferring from Kansas.

03/18/2017

Boise State Falls to UCLA 83-56

Broncos come up short in NCAA first round game at Los Angeles

03/10/2017

Broncos Mountain West Champs!

Boise State defeated Fresno State 66-53 to win the MW Championship and a berth into NCAA Tournament.

03/08/2017

Broncos Advance to MW Championship Game

Lupfer scores 15 in fourth quarter to lead Boise State past Colorado State 65-61.

03/30/2017

2016-17 Women's Basketball Season Review

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

03/18/2017

2017 NCAA Tournament

2017 Women's Basketball NCAA Tournament Highlights

03/13/2017

NCAA Selection Show Viewing

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

02/15/2017

Highlights for win over New Mexico on Feb. 15

Highlights from Boise State's win over New Mexico on Feb. 15, 2017 in Boise.

12/13/2015

WBB vs Concordia, 12-13-2015

Bronco Rewind for the Concordia at Boise State women's basketball game on Dec. 13, 2015.

03/18/2017

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.

03/17/2017

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.

03/10/2017

MW Championship Game

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

03/08/2017

MW Semifinal vs Colorado State

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

03/07/2017

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

  • All-Mountain West Honorable Mention (2016-17)

    RS JUNIOR (2017-18): (Game-By-Game) Started the first seven games of the season, averaging 9.4 points and 5.7 rebounds while shooting 44.1 percent before suffering a season-ending injury Dec. 7 against Washington...scored 11 points with five rebounds in season opener against Northwest Christian (Nov. 10)...posted her lone double-double of the season against Northern Arizona, going for 16 points and 12 rebounds (Nov. 19)...scored 16 points with six rebounds against Corban (Nov. 26)...finished with 11 points and nine rebounds at Eastern Washington (Dec. 3).

    RS SOPHOMORE (2016-17): (Game-By-Game) Honorable Mention All-Mountain West...recorded 333 points (second on the team), 214 rebounds (second), 17 assists, 33 blocked shots (led the team, eighth in the MW), 24 steals...averaged 10.1 points (t-second), 6.5 rebounds (second), 0.7 steals and 1.0 blocks (led the team, eighth in the MW)...shot 44 percent (second on the team, 10th in the MW) from floor and 78.2 percent from the line, did not attempt a 3-pointer...tallied three double-doubles...15 games in double-figure scoring and four in rebounds, 20 with six or more boards...led team in scoring five times, rebounding on 13 occasions, blocks 17 times and steals during five...during league play averaged 10.9 points (second) and 6.4 rebounds (second)...started every game at center...first career start came in season opening win versus Southern Oregon (Nov. 13) recording six points and six rebounds...first double-digit scoring game of season on 11 points with team and nine rebounds to help Broncos rally past Charlotte (Nov. 26) for a win...led Boise State to win over Eastern Washington (Dec. 1) with first career double-double on 11 points and team-high 10 rebounds...scored 16 points behind 7-of-14 shooting from the floor at No. 11 Washington (Dec. 11)...17 points to go with team-high seven rebounds in win over Portland (Dec. 18)...tallied 13 points and team-high eight rebounds in victory over Hawaii (Dec. 20)...had 13 points in win over Utah State (Dec. 29) and had a then-career-high three blocks...grabbed a team and team-high 11 rebounds with four points in win at Colorado State (Dec. 31)...scored a team-high 22 points at San Diego State (Jan. 7), also had seven rebounds...recorded eight points and team-high eight rebounds in win over Fresno State (Jan. 14) to go with three blocks...scored team-high 20 points on 10-of-15 shooting in win over Wyoming (Jan. 28)...tallied second double-double on career-high 26 points and 11 rebounds to help Broncos rally over New Mexico (Feb. 15)...14 points, team-high seven rebounds and career-high five blocked shots in win over Nevada (Feb. 22)...third double-double on 10 points and career-high 16 rebounds in win at San Jose State (Feb. 25), most rebounds by a Bronco since December 2012...eight points, six rebounds, one block and three steals in MW quarterfinal victory over New Mxico (March 7)...eight points and five rebounds in MW championship game versus Fresno State (March 10)...recorded eight points and a team-high nine rebounds in NCAA first round game at UCLA (March 18).

    RS FRESHMAN (2015-16): (Game-By-Game) Tallied 180 points, 98 rebounds, 11 assists, 14 blocks and four steals...averaged 6.0 points, 3.3 rebounds, 0.4 assists and 0.5 blocks per game...shot 52.8 percent (third on the team) from the floor and 77.4 percent (4th team) from free-throw line...saw action in all 30 games as a redshirt freshman during season in a reserve center/forward role...led team in scoring twice and rebounds once...had seven games in double-figure points with a high of 15...first career game for Boise State was the season opener against Cal State LA (Nov. 13) tallying two points and three rebounds in the 58-44 win...had eight-points on 3-of-5 shooting from the floor and 2-of-2 from free-throw line in win over College of Charleston (Nov. 16)...went 3-of-3 from the floor in Bronco win over Stetson (Nov. 28) finishing with seven points, two rebounds, one block and one steal...breakout game versus Washington State (Dec. 3) shooting 5-of-7 from the floor and 5-of-8 from free-throw line for team-high 15 points to go with five rebounds...one of six players to hit double-figure points in 40-point win at Portland (Dec. 6) chipping in with 11 to go with six rebounds...went 5-of-7 from floor and 1-of-3 from free-throw line for 11 points against Idaho State (Dec. 11)...shot 5-of-8 from floor and 3-of-4 from charity stripe for 13 points to go with team and career-high seven rebounds in win over Concordia (Dec. 13)...recorded fifth-consecutive game in double-figure scoring with 13 to go with three rebounds in win at Seattle (Dec. 19)...grabbed a career-tying seven rebounds in Boise State win over Utah State (Jan. 6) to go with four points, one block and one steal in 25 minutes...four points and four rebounds in Broncos’ win over UNLV (Jan. 27) ... tallied nine points and four rebounds in Bronco win over Air Force (Feb. 6)...led Broncos with team-high 12 points and second-best five rebounds at Wyoming (Feb. 13), hit a career-high 6-of-6 from free throw line...played 16 minutes in win over San Diego State (Feb. 27) tallying eight points, four rebounds and one block...netted 10 points on 5-of-8 shooting from floor in win at Nevada (March 1), also had three rebounds and two steals in 20 minutes...recorded eight points, six rebounds and team-high two blocks in win over San Jose State (March 4).

    FRESHMAN (2014-15): Did not compete during the season while recovering from injury.

    HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
    Two-time All-KingCo Conference, first team as a senior and second team as a junior ... member of the 2014 Washington All-Star Team for the 20th annual Northwest Shootout in Portland, Ore., was named Washington’s player of the game...McDonald’s All-American nominee...two-time team player of the year junior and senior years...honorable mention All-KingCo and voted team’s most improved player during sophomore season...three-year starter at center for the Wolves' varsity squad coached by Sarah Goldie...senior year averaged 13.6 points, 13.0 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 1.7 blocks and 1.2 steals...shot 46 percent from the floor and 63 percent from free-throw line...had 16 games in double figure scoring including five with 20-plus points, had a season high of 24 against Garfield High...team went 18-6 overall and 11-3 in league during senior season...as a junior played in 23 games averaging 11.4 points, 10.8 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game...team record was 13-11 overall and 10-4 in league...finished career with the school records for career points and rebounds...played club/AAU ball for Tree of Hope in Seattle, Wash. ... coach was Damian Young.

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