Brooke Heidemann
Brooke  Heidemann


Meridian, Idaho

High School:
Rocky Mountain HS





Sherle First-Team All-West Region

Raimee Sherle made program history yet again as she was named to the 2017 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I All-West Region First Team


Sherle Named National Player of the Week

Sophomore Raimee Sherle was named the NCAA Division I Women's Soccer National Player of the Week by the United Soccer Coaches


MW Opening Road Weekend for Soccer

The Broncos (5-3-1) will open Mountain West play at Fresno State (5-2-1) and San Jose State (3-4-0) this weekend


Bronco Trio Honored by MW

Raimee Sherle and Janelle Flores earned All-MW First Team recognition


Freshmen Lift Broncos to 2-1 Win

Raimee Sherle scored her fourth game-winning goal of the year


Brooke Heidemann: All-Region

Boise State women's soccer senior Brooke Heidemann was named to the NSCAA All-Pacific Region Second Team. The award is yet another milestone for Heidemann who becomes the first all-region honoree in program history.


2015 Position Preview: Midfield

Meet the 2015 Boise State women's soccer midfielders. Three-time all-conference honoree Brooke Heidemann returns for her senior season. to lead a group with a good blend of veterans and newcomers. The midfielders are introduced by head coach Jim Thomas.


Bronco Soccer Offseason Report: New Leaders

In the second episode of the Bronco Soccer Offseason Report, head coach Jim Thomas explains which Broncos are stepping into leadership roles. Brooke Heidemann, Hailey DeVries and Sarah Taylor have emerged in the early going.


Bronco Weekly: Women's Soccer (Sept. 13)

Boise State women's soccer head coach Jim Thomas discusses last week's big rivalry wins and how the Broncos are using a full week off. Brooke Heidemann reacts to her huge week that led to two victories.


Bronco Highlight: Brooke Heidemann National Player of the Week

Boise State junior Brooke Heidemann has been named the Disney Soccer/NSCAA National Player of the Week for Division I women's soccer, as announced by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, Tuesday. Heidemann scored seven points on three goals and one assist last week as the Broncos defeated in-state rivals Idaho and Idaho State.


Soccer vs Air Force (Oct. 18)

Boise State women's soccer defeated Air Force 2-1, Oct. 18, on Senior Day at Boas Soccer Complex.


Soccer vs San Diego State (Sept. 25, 2015)

Boise State women's soccer defeated San Diego State 2-1, Sept. 25, at Boas Soccer Complex.


Soccer vs Weber State (Sept. 13, 2015)

Boise State women's soccer hosted Weber State Sept. 13, 2015.


Soccer vs Idaho (Sept. 4, 2015)

Boise State women's soccer defeated Idaho Sept. 4, 2015. Freshman Michelle Reed scored her second goal of the season.


Soccer vs Washington State (Aug. 30, 2015)q

Boise State women's soccer hosted Washington State Aug. 30, 2015, in the home opener for the Broncos.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2015 NSCAA All-Pacific Region Second Team...four-time All-Mountain West First Team (2012-15)...first all-region selection in program history...first Bronco to earn more than two first-team all-conference honors...third women's soccer student-athlete in MW history to earn first-team recognition four times (Amanda Feigt, Utah, 2003-06; Kate Larkin, BYU, 2005-08)...2012 Mountain West Freshman of the Year...three-time MW Offensive Player of the Week...three-time Academic All-Mountain WestCareer Ranks...points: 3rd (57)...goals: 3rd (23)...game-winning goals: t-1st (9)...assists: t-4th (11)...minutes: 4th (6,946; most by midfielder in program history)...games played: t-1st (84)...games started: 3rd (80).

SENIOR (2015): NSCAA All-Pacific Region Second Team...All-Mountain West First Team...first all-region honoree in program history...first four-time first-team all-conference honoree in program history...third student-athlete in Mountain West history to earn first-team honors four times in women's soccer...led the Broncos in every offensive statistical category...17 points on six goals and five assists...three game-winning goals...took 50 shots and put 27 on target; double the next closest Bronco in each category...all six goals came in Mountain West play...in four-game span from Oct. 2-11, scored 11 points on five goals and one assist, including two goals at Nevada (Oct. 11) for second career multi-goal game and helped earn MW Offensive Player of the Week Award...scored a goal in four consecutive matches (Oct. 2-11) to tie school record...game-winning goal against Air Force (Oct. 18) on Senior Day in 71st minute...played 1,763 minutes, primarily in the midfield...team co-captain...Academic All-Mountain West.

JUNIOR (2014): All-Mountain West First Team...named team offensive MVP at year-end banquet...led team with 15 points on team-high six goals and three assists...started all 21 matches, playing primarily at midfield...named NSCAA National Player of the Week after scoring seven points in sweep of Idaho (Sept. 5) and Idaho State (Sept. 7); first national player of the week award in program history...scored game-winning goal at Idaho before tallying career-high five points in win against Idaho State with two goals and game-winning assist...first multi-goal game of career...also named MW Offensive Player of the Week...scored in season-opener against Drake (Aug. 22)...added goals against Colorado State (Oct. 3) and Nevada (Oct. 24)...team was 6-0-1 in games she recorded a point...played one game at goalkeeper in reserve role at Utah Valley (Aug. 31); played final 1:22 of regulation and all 20 minutes of overtime without allowing a goal and preserving a 1-1 tie...named to All-PSU Tournament Team during season's opening weekend...Academic All-Mountain West.

SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned All-Mountain West First Team honors, Mountain West All-Tournament and Mountain West All-Academic honors...appeared and started all 23 matches for the Broncos...recorded nine goals and three assists for 21 points...recorded four game-winning goals...scored the game-winning goal against Creighton, Washington, North Dakota State and Colorado State...ranked second in the Mountain West for game-winning goals...took nine shots against North Dakota...ranked fourth in conference with 54 shots.

FRESHMAN (2012): Named Mountain West Freshman of the Year and All-Mountain West First Team...appeared in each of the Broncos' 20 matches...recorded two goals on the season which came in back-to-back matches...scored the game-winning goal at Wyoming before netting the game-tying goal at home against Fresno State...played 43 minutes her Boise State debut against New Mexico State...recorded 28 shots and 13 on goal...ranked fifth on the team in both minutes played (1,413) and points scored (4)...named to Viking Classic All-Tournament Team...played a season-high 102 minutes against Fresno State.

High School: Three-year starter at Rocky Mountain coached Donal Kaehler...helped Grizzlies to become 5A Idaho State champions in 2011 as well as second- and third-place finishes in 2009 and 2010, respectively...selected to the all-conference team in 2009 and 2010...named Southern Idaho Conference Player of the Year and was selected to the All-Region VIII Team in 2011...Gatorade Idaho Girls Soccer Player of the year for 2011-12...at the club level, played for Les Bois from U11-U16 and switched to FC Nova for her U17-U18 seasons...won state titles twice at the U15 level (once because she played up a year) as well as at U16, U17 and U18.



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