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Mikayla Schachtell
Mikayla  Schachtell

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Corona, Calif.

High School:
Santiago HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
Midfield

Experience:
1L

11/01/2016

MW Tournament Opens Tuesday

No. 6 Boise State plays No. 3 San Diego State in the quarterfinals

10/31/2016

Bronco Trio Honored by MW

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

10/21/2016

Broncos Tie Rebels in Las Vegas

Janelle Flores made a career-high 12 saves

09/15/2016

Epic Comeback Lifts Broncos to Draw

Boise State scored three times in the second half

09/11/2016

Broncos Downed 1-0

Boise State outshot the Vandals, but could not overcome a first-half deficit

08/19/2016

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.

08/21/2017

Opening Weekend - Aug. 18 and 20 (Montana & Southern Utah)

Opening Weekend - Aug. 18 and 20 (Montana & Southern Utah)

08/11/2017

Intrasquad Scrimmage - Aug. 11

Intrasquad Scrimmage - Aug. 11

08/28/2016

Women's Soccer vs UC Irvine

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

08/26/2016

Women's Soccer vs Seattle

Boise State hosted Seattle in women's soccer Aug. 26, 2016

FRESHMAN (2016): All-Mountain West Newcomer Team...appeared in all 21 matches, starting final 15...played 1,469 minutes, primarily at holding midfield...logged 90 or more minutes in six matches...helped Boise State defense record five shutouts in Mountain West play...Academic All-Mountain West.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Santiago High School and coach Mike Fleming...three-time All-CIF Southern Section selection...two-time Big VIII League Defensive Player of the Year...2016 All-Inland Area First Team...four-time All-Big VIII League First Team...four-time Big VIII League Champion, including senior year going 16-6-5 overall...as a junior led Santiago to section and regional titles and No. 3 national ranking from MaxPreps...team finished 26-1-8, winning school's first Southern California title...as a sophomore team finished 22-5-5, winning league title and reaching sectional quarterfinals...as a freshman helped team to league championship and given team's Unsung Hero Award...played on club circuit with Slammers FC and SoCal Blues...named to Best XI at 2014 Top Drawer Soccer Los Angeles Combine...three-star recruit according to Top Drawer Soccer.

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