Broncos Host College of Charleston
Boise State host College of Charleston at 4 p.m. in Taco Bell Arena
Nov. 15, 2015
- Game 2
- College of Charleston (1-0) at Boise State (1-0)
- Nov. 16, 2015 at 4 p.m. (Mountain Time)
- Boise, Idaho (Taco Bell Arena)
- Parking: East Albertsons Stadium parking lot
GAME 2: College of Charleston | Monday, Nov. 16 | at Boise
- Game: Boise State (1-0) continues a three-game homestand to open the season on Monday when the Broncos host the College of Charleston (1-0) at 4 p.m. (all times are Mountain) in a doubleheader at Taco Bell Arena.
- Next Up: Boise State will wrap-up the homestand Thursday night against Utah Valley at 7 p-.m.
- Radio: KTIK (AM 1350) will carry all of the women’s games this season. Chris Lewis returns for his third season as the voice of the Broncos.
- Internet Broadcast: You can listen to the radio broadcast on the internet at BroncoSports.com.
BRONCO SCOUTING REPORT
- Boise State hosts the College of Charleston on Monday in the first meeting between the two programs.
- Cougars’ Record: College of Charleston is coming off a home 55-48 victory Friday night over Houston.
- Affiliation: College of Charleston is a NCAA Division I member of the Colonial Athletic Association.
- Preseason Poll: The Cougars who went 5-25 overall during 2014-15 where picked to place ninth out of 10 in this year’s preseason poll.
- Cougars’ Leaders: Breanna Bolden, a Preseason All-CAA First Team member, leads C of C after one game with 19 points and six rebounds ... Darien Huff scored 11 points and had four boards against Houston in their opener on Friday.
- Series: This is the first meeting ever between the two programs ... Boise State is 0-2 versus current members of the CAA falling twice to James Madison.
- Record: The Broncos enter Monday’s contest with the Cougars at 1-0 following a 58-44 victory on Friday (Nov. 13) over Cal State LA.
- Bronco Leaders: Boise State is led by Miquelle Askew who tallied teams highs for points and rebounds with 20 and eight respectively, against CSULA ... freshman Marta Hermida is next having scored 12 points with seven boards on Friday.
- As a Team: Boise State shot 41 percent (24-of-58) from the floor, 23 percent (3-of-13) from the 3-point arc and 88 percent (7-8) from the free-throw line.
- Miscellaneous Notes: Broncos are a plus 21 in rebound margin after one game.
- Boise State Picked Third: The Mountain West preseason poll selected Boise State to place third in this year’s league race ... the poll was a joint effort between coaches and select media.
- Brooke Pahukoa Named Preseason All-MW: Junior guard Brooke Pahukoa was named to the 2015 Mountain West Preseason All-Conference Team ... her first career preseason honor.
- Broncos Return Three Starters: Boise State returns three starters from last year’s NCAA Tournament Team in junior guards Brooke Pahukoa and Yaiza Rodriguez, as well as senior center Miquelle Askew ... between the trio they combined for 77 starts in 2014-15.
- Broncos Return Three Starters: Six letterwinners return from last year’s squad, joining the three starters are Brittney Pahukoa (Jr., G), Shay Shaw (So., F/G) and Julia Dufurrena (Sr., G/F).
- Top Scorers Back: Two of the top-three scorers return for last season in Brooke Pahukoa (10.4 ppg) and Miquelle Askew (9.2 ppg).
- Top Rebounders Back: Shay Shaw is the top returner in rebounding averaging 5.5 rpg in 2014-15, third on the team ... Miquelle Askew is next at 4.1 rpg, fourth overall last year.
- Welcome Back: The Broncos also return two redshirts from 2014-15 in senior Lexie Der and freshman Marijke Vanderschaaf.
- New Broncos on the Block: Boise State added five new faces to this year’s squad, all are true freshmen: Marta Hermida (Madrid, Spain), Ella Fotu (Auckland, New Zealand), Jordan Tully (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada), Joyce Harrell (Seattle, Wash.) and Leonie Edringer (Trier, Germany).
- Broncos Go International: With the additions of the four freshmen from foreign countries that gives Boise State six international players when adding redshirt-senior Lexie Der (Burnaby, B.C., Canada) and Yaiza Rodriguez (Barcelona, Spain) ... that ties the Broncos for second-most internationals on a team in NCAA Division I women’s basketball.