2016 Soccer Schedule Announced
July 6, 2016

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BOISE, Idaho - Boise State women's soccer will host nine matches this fall, including in-state rivals Idaho and Idaho State. All nine home matches will feature a free live video stream and at least two road matches will be televised.

The Broncos will open the season against the Bengals Friday, Aug. 19, at the Boas Soccer Complex. The following weekend Boise State will host a home tournament featuring Seattle, UC Irvine and San José State. The Broncos will take on Seattle (Aug. 26) and UC Irvine (Aug. 28), before hitting the road for five of the final six nonconference matches.

The first road match of the year brings the first television appearance of the season. Boise State and Oregon will meet up Sept. 2, in Eugene, Ore., broadcast on the Pac-12 Network. The Labor Day Weekend road trip will conclude Sept. 4, at Oregon State.

A split weekend will follow, sending the Broncos to Montana (Sept. 9), before returning home to face Idaho (Sept. 11). Last season Boise State claimed a 1-0 win against the Vandals before Idaho went on to finish the season with 14 wins and the Big Sky regular-season title.

The final road trip of the nonconference slate takes the Broncos to the Inland Empire for matches against Gonzaga (Sept. 15) and Washington State (Sept. 18). Boise State is yet to win on either school's home turf, losing in four previous matches at Gonzaga and once at WSU.

The Sunday meeting with the Cougars will be televised on Pac-12 Networks. Boise State also played three Pac-12 Conference opponents in 2013, going 2-0-1 on its way to a 13-7-3 record in head coach Jim Thomas' first season.

In Mountain West action, Boise State will host Wyoming (Sept. 23), Colorado State (Sept. 25), San José State (Oct. 7), Fresno State (Oct. 9) and Utah State (Oct. 28).

Road matches in conference play will include Colorado College (Sept. 30), Air Force (Oct. 2), San Diego State (Oct. 14), New Mexico (Oct. 16), UNLV (Oct. 21) and Nevada (Oct. 23).

The Aztecs are the four-time-defending regular-season champions, but the Broncos have had their number. Boise State was the only MW team to earn a result against SDSU last season, claiming a 2-1 win in Boise. The Aztecs have lost just three home conference matches in the last seven seasons, with two coming at the hands of the Broncos (2011 and 2014).

Bronco Sports Passes on Sale Now
Get your ticket for all of Boise State women's soccer's home matches with the 2016-17 Bronco Sports Pass, available now. The pass gets you access to all regular season home games for volleyball, soccer, wrestling, women's basketball, gymnastics, outdoor track and field, and softball. The pass can be purchased for $75 online HERE or at the Boise State Athletic Ticket Office.


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