Raimee Sherle
Raimee  Sherle


Meridian, Idaho

High School:
Rocky Mountain HS





Sherle and Taylor Honored by CoSIDA

Raimee Sherle was named a NCAA Division I Academic All-District 7 Women’s Soccer First-Team honoree while Sarah Taylor received a second-team nod


Banner Season Ends in Semifinals

Boise State's record-breaking season came to an end Thursday with a 1-0 loss to San Diego State in the semifinals of the Mountain West Championships


Sherle and Flores Break Records in Win

No. 3 seed Boise State (13-5-3) was buoyed by record-breaking performances from Raimee Sherle and Janelle Flores to earn the 2-0 win against No. 6 seed Air Force


Sherle Named MW Offensive POTY

Raimee Sherle was named the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year while four other Broncos also received honors from the conference


Broncos Secure Record Regular Season

Boise State (12-5-3, 7-2-2 MW) put the finishing touches on the best regular season in school history with a 2-1 win at Utah State (9-7-3, 4-5-2 MW) Friday night


7-A-Side Registration Open

Registration is open for Boise State's 7-A-Side event (Feb. 25-26)


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.


Mountain West Quarterfinals - Boise State vs. Air Force

Mountain West Quarterfinals - Boise State vs. Air Force (Las Vegas - Oct. 31, 2017)


Soccer vs. Nevada (10-20-17)

Soccer vs. Nevada (10-20-17)


Soccer vs. Colorado College (10-8-17)

Soccer vs. Colorado College (10-8-17)


Soccer vs. Air Force (10-6-17)

Soccer vs. Air Force (10-6-17)


Soccer vs. San Diego State (10-1-17)

Soccer vs. San Diego State (10-1-17 | Boas Soccer Complex)

FRESHMAN (2016): Mountain West Newcomer of the Year...All-Mountain West First Team...All-Mountain West Newcomer Team...voted team Offensive MVP and Rookie of the Year...team leader in points (16), goals (seven), game-winning goals (four), shots (65) and shots on goal (25)...four game-winning goals tied school record...65 shots second most in a season in school history...scored six goals, including all four game-winners, in conference play...in league play, led Mountain West newcomers in points (14), goals (six), game-winning goals (four) and shot attempts (39); leading all MW players in shots and game-winning goals, ranked second in goals and fifth in points...39 shots are most by a freshman in MW play in conference history...tallied three goals at Colorado College (Sept. 30) for sixth hat trick in Boise State history, second by a freshman...ninth MW freshman to record a hat trick, fourth in league play...all three goals came in second half, in a span of 20:14, including the first goal just 39 seconds into the period for the second-fastest goal to start a second half in program history...named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 26) after netting game-winning goals against Wyoming (Sept. 23) and Colorado State (Sept. 25)...scored five goals in three matches from Sept. 23-30...scored in collegiate debut against Idaho State (Aug. 19)...first freshman to score in first half of season opener since 2007...added game-winner against Fresno State (Oct. 9)...tallied two assists at Nevada (Oct. 23)...Academic All-Mountain West.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Rocky Mountain High School...two-time IHSSCA Player of the Year...2013 Idaho Gatorade Player of the Year...selected to 2015 High School All-American Game...three-time first-team all-state selection...RMHS career leader in goals (100), assists (62) and game-winning goals...led 5A Southern Idaho Conference in goals each of her final three seasons...led league in assists as a senior...guided Grizzlies to three appearances in state quarterfinals, including third-place finish in 2014 alongside fellow Bronco Addison Standlee...RMHS class president all four years...played club ball for FC Nova...led Nova U18 to 2016 USYSA Region IV championship match.


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