Four goals are the most Boise State has scored under second-year head coach Jim Thomas
Boise State begins the 2014 season away from home with games against Drake and tournament-host Portland State
Three young Broncos will vie to replace Maddy McDevitt
Redshirt Junior (2013): Started all 23 matches between the pipes...allowed 19 goals in 23 games for a Boise State record 0.78 GAA...recorded eight shutouts and one combined for another Bronco record...made 69 saves for a 78.4 save percentage...finished the season with a record of 12-7-2...finished her career with 21 career wins...named to the MW All-Tournament Team...earned MW All-Conference second team honors.
Redshirt Sophomore (2012): Made 19 starts in 19 appearances at goalkeeper for the Broncos...allowed 24 goals for a 1.25 goals against average...recorded five shutouts...made 67 saves for a 73.6 save percentage...finished with a record of 8-8-1.
Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared and started in three games...saw first action and made first start as a Bronco against Seattle, Oct. 2...allowed six goals in 270 minutes of action for a 2.0 goals against average...made 16 saves for a .727 save percentage.
Freshman (2010): Redshirted.
High School: A 2010 graduate of Kings High School in Seattle, Wash...four-year starter for the Knights' varsity squad where she played goalkeeper...as a senior allowed five goals for a goals against average of 0.33...recorded 11 shutouts in 15 matches...NCSAA All-American as a junior...earned first-team all-state and all-league, as well as, two all-league honorable mention honors...team captain as a senior...helped team win the Tri-District championship senior season...team advanced to state seven years winning three reaching semis three other times...prep coach was Nicole Gabelein. Club - Played club ball for Eastside FC in Preston, Wash., U11-U18...played goalkeeper...team advanced to four-straight Washington State Cup championship games while she was in high school winning it twice...won the Far West Regional sophomore year...club coach was Tom Bialek...five-year member of the Washington Olympic Development Team (ODP)...majoring in elementary education.