Hailey DeVries
Hailey  DeVries


Littleton, Colo.

High School:
Arapahoe HS





Regular-Season Finale Friday at Home

Boise State and Utah State are tied in the Mountain West standings


Broncos, Lobos Play to Draw

Janelle Flores keeps her fourth shutout of MW play


Falcons Blank Broncos

Air Force scored once in each half to hand Boise State its first conference loss


Late Heroics Lift Broncos to Win

Boise State improves to 2-0 in MW play for the first time since joining the conference


Late Penalty Dooms Broncos

Seattle wins it at the death with two seconds remaining


Bronco Soccer is Going to Spain

Boise State women's soccer will be adventuring to Barcelona and San Sebastian Spain in 2017. This trip will serve as a once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity to train with world-class soccer clubs, explore a new culture and provide service opportunities with those less fortunate.


Horse Power: Hailey DeVries

Hailey DeVries battles on the Bronco back line and in the classroom as she works toward her dream of becoming a veterinarian.


2015 Position Preview: Defense

Meet the 2015 Boise State women's soccer defenders. Assistant coach Ed Moore introduces the group, led by team captain Hailey DeVries.


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.


Women's Soccer vs Wyoming

Boise State women's soccer hosted Wyoming Sept. 23, 2016.


Women's Soccer at Montana

Boise State women's soccer played at Montana Sept. 9, 2016.


Women's Soccer vs UC Irvine

Boise State women's soccer hosted UC Irvine Aug. 28, 2016.


Soccer vs UNLV (Oct. 9, 2015)

Boise State women's soccer defeated UNLV 4-0, Oct. 9, 2015, at Boas Soccer Complex.


Soccer vs Weber State (Sept. 13, 2015)

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

Senior (2016): Appeared in 17 matches, including 13 starts...earned team's Top Bronco award for leadership...scored one goal...converted game-tying penalty kick in 84th minute against Colorado State (Sept. 25), a match the Broncos went on to win in overtime...played 90 minutes or more in four matches, including 110 at Gonzaga (Sept. 15)...played 1,153 minutes at center back...missed four matches with leg injury...Academic All-MW...team captain.

Junior (2015): All-Mountain West Second Team...appeared in and started all 20 matches...played team-high 1,901 minutes at center back...played 1,003 of team's 1,018 minutes in conference play...scored first career goal on only shot of season...converted 90th-minute penalty kick against Utah (Sept. 11) to send match to overtime and earn the Broncos a draw...orchestrated defensive unit that held opponents to a 1.2 goals-against average despite starting three different goal keepers due to injuries...team co-captain...Academic All-Mountain West.

Sophomore (2014): Appeared in 20 matches, including 19 starts...primarily played center back before moving to outside back late in season...helped anchor back line that allowed just 22 goals and 1.01 goals-against average, third- and fourth-best marks in program history, respectively...tallied three assists on the season...first-career point came on assist against Idaho State (Sept. 7)...added assists against Colorado College (Sept. 28) and New Mexico (Nov. 4; MW Tournament)...three assists tied for second most on team...played 1716 minutes...logged at least 90 minutes in 14 matches...earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award...named MW All-Academic.

Freshman (2013): Made 21 starts and played in 23 games...helped the Bronco defense to nine shutouts and 19 goals allowed.

High School: Comes to Boise State from Arapahoe High School where she split her career between soccer and track...spent first two years of high school as a member of the Warriors' soccer team which advanced to the 5A Colorado state final in 2010 and the semifinals in 2011 during which she received 5A Centennial League honorable mention...switched to the track for her junior year where she took seventh at the state meet in the 300 meter hurdles and was a member of the third-place 4x400 relay team...at the club level, Devries played for Rush Nike under coach Erik Bushey...selected to the Olmpic Development Program Team from 2008-10 and participated in the State Cup finals every year from 2007-2011, winning in 2007, 2008 and 2011...highly touted for her play at the club level garnering a recruiting ranking of 19th in the Rocky Mountains/Southwest region by topdrawersoccer.com.



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