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Riley Lupfer
Riley  Lupfer

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Spokane, Wash.

High School:
Lewis and Clark HS

Height:
5-9

Position:
Guard

06/11/2018

Bronco 2018-19 MW Schedule Released

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

03/16/2018

Bronco Season Ends In Louisville

Boise State falls in first round to top-seeded Cardinals

03/15/2018

Bronco Dance Card: Hello, Louisville

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

03/12/2018

Lupfer Named Boise State Athlete of the Week

Women's basketball takes back-to-back Athlete of the Week honors.

03/09/2018

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

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.

02/01/2017

Highlights from game versus Colorado State on Feb. 1

Highlights from Boise State's game win Colorado State on Feb. 1, 2017.

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 Team (2017-18)
  • Mountain West Tournament Most Outstanding Player (2018)
  • NCAA.com Team of the Week (Jan. 8-14, 2018)
  • Mountain West Player of the Week (Feb. 19, 2018)
  • Mountain West Player of the Week (Jan. 15, 2018)
  • Mountain West Player of the Week (Jan. 2, 2018)

    SOPHOMORE (2017-18): (Game-By-Game) Mountain West Tournament Most Outstanding Player...named to All-Mountain West Team...set Boise State and Mountain West single-season 3-point records, with 122 made...eclipsed Abby Vaughan's 2002-03 program mark of 81 on Feb. 3 at UNLV...set the Mountain West mark with five 3-pointers against Air Force on March 6, passing the tally of 110 set by Utah's Iwalani Rodrigues in 2010-11...three-time Mountain West Player of the Week (Jan. 2, Jan. 15, Feb. 19)...started all 33 games, leading the Broncos in scoring 16.2 ppg) in addition to 3-pointers made and 3-point field-goal percentage (45.2)...for the season, finished in the Mountain West top 10 in 3-pointers made (first), 3-point field-goal percentage (second), scoring (fifth), and field-goal percentage (46.5 percent, 10th)...opened the season with 15 points and three assists against Northwest Christian (Nov.. 10)...scored 15 points in back-to-back games, against Corban (Nov. 26) and Saint Mary's (Nov. 30), going 6-for-9 including 3-for-4 from 3-point range against Corban and 4-for-9 from behind the arc against the Gaels...hit three treys and finished with 12 points against Washington (Dec. 7)...scored eight points with five rebounds and five assists at Portland (Dec. 10)...hit four 3-pointers and scored 17 points with four rebounds against CSU Bakersfield (Dec. 20)...netted a season-high 18 points, again hitting four treys, with career-high seven rebounds against St. Francis (Pa.) (Dec. 21)...scored 11 points, went 3-of-6 from behind the arc, and had two assists at Colorado State (Dec. 28)...set career bests in scoring (28 points), field goals (nine) and 3-pointers made (seven) against UNLV (Dec. 30)...scored 24 points on 9-of-15 shooting, including a 5-of-8 showing from behind the arc, to go with five rebounds, at New Mexico (Jan. 3)...posted her third 20-point game of the season, going for 26 points on 10-of-14 shooting, including a 6-for-9 effort from deep, and grabbed five rebounds in win over Fresno State (Jan. 10)...matched career highs in points (28) and 3-pointers (seven) to go with four rebounds at San Diego State (Jan. 13)...scored a team-high 19 points and hit five treys at Utah State (Jan. 17)...matched her career highs of 10 field goals and seven 3-pointers, while scoring 27 points, at San Jose State (Jan. 24)...set Boise State single-season mark for 3-pointers in a season, hitting five at UNLV to bring her season tally to 83 (Feb. 3)...posted sixth 20-point game of the season, going for 20 on 7-of-13 shooting against New Mexico (Feb. 7)...scored 24 points, hit five 3-pointers in win over Utah State (Feb. 10)...hit seven 3-pointers, finished with 23 points at Nevada (Feb. 14)...hit a career-high six free throws while scoring 17 points in win over Colorado State (Feb. 21)...scored game-high 19 points in win over Air Force (March 6)...hit five 3-pointers, scored game-high 19 points in Mountain West title-game win over Nevada (March 9).

    FRESHMAN (2016-17): (Game-By-Game) Named to Mountain West All-Freshmen Team...saw action in every game with two starts ... on the year accumulated 267 points (fifth on the team), 77 rebounds, 34 assists, six blocks and 23 steals ... averaged 8.1 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.0 assists, 0.7 steals in 19.7 minutes per game ... shot 41 percent from the floor, 35.9 percent (second on the team / sixth in the MW), made a team-high 56 made 3-pointers, and shot 5 percent from the free-throw line...tallied 12 games in double-digit points...led team in scoring five times, rebounding once, assists twice, blocks and steals three times each...first action as Bronco was in the season opening win against Southern Oregon (Nov. 13) coming off the bench to shoot 55.6 percent (5-9) from the floor for 13 points to go with four points in 22 minutes...tallied seven points and team-high six rebounds in win versus Portland State (Nov. 16)...in overtime victory versus Seattle (Nov. 20) shot 50 percent (6-12) from the floor and 62.5 percent (5-8) from 3-point line for 17 points...scored 11 points in win at Saint Mary’s (Nov. 25)...first career start came in win over Portland (Dec. 18) tallying a career-high 19 points on 54.5 percent shooting (6-11) from the floor, including 5-of-10 from the arc, had four rebounds, one assist and two steals in 32 minutes of action...scored 16 points at San Diego State (Jan. 7)...went 4-of-7 from 3-point range and had 13 points in win over San Jose State (Jan. 21) with four rebounds, two assists and two steals...team-high 17 points at Utah State (Feb. 4)...had 11 points and career-high five assists in Boise State rally over New Mexico (Feb. 15)...scored 12 points with two treys in win at Wyoming (Feb. 18) to help Broncos to first win at Laramie in program history...10 points on 5-of-10 shooting from floor in victory over Nevada (Feb. 22)...scored a team-high 17 points -- 15 in the fourth quarter -- to help Boise State rally past regular-season champion Colorado State (March 8) in the MW semifinals, shot 7-of-9 from floor in game, including going 6-of-6 from floor and 3-of-3 from the arc in the fourth...had four points, one rebound and two assists in MW Championship game victory over Fresno State (March 10)...tied for team-high with 13 points in NCAA first round game at UCLA (March 18) to go with one rebound, hit team-best three triples against the Bruins.

    HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
    As a senior named to Associated Press of Washington All-State First Team, Greater Spokane League Player of the Year, Spokane Youth Sports Awards Female Athlete of the Year...overall during prep career a three-time All-Greater Spokane League honoree garnering first team recognition as a junior and senior...a three-time team captain...was named the Jack Blair Inspirational Award winner junior year and the LCHS Offensive Most Valuable Player her freshman and sophomore seasons...a four-year starter at guard for the Tigers’ varsity team under head coach George Pfeifer...scored 349 points to average a conference-high 20.6 points per game to go with 6.4 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.2 steals and 1.1 blocks...helped team to 20-8 overall record, 16-2 conference mark and appearances in the district, region and state tournaments; the Tigers finished sixth at state...as a junior averaged 16.8 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.9 assists and three blocks per game; made 52 percent of her shots and 44 percent from behind the 3-point arc; helped lead LCHS to a 16-7 overall record, a 14-4 conference mark and a berth into the regional tournament...as a sophomore averaged 12 points, six rebounds and five assists per game; LCHS went 14-6 overall and 13-5 in conference play to advance to the district tournament...played AAU ball for two clubs growing up, most recently the Northwest Blazers of Spokane, Wash., coached by Steve Klees...prior to that the LC TIgers of Spokane coached by Jim Redmon.

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