Home Match vs Vandals Starts Split Weekend
Sept. 3, 2015

Friday, Sept. 4 vs Idaho 4 p.m. MT
Sunday, Sept. 6 at Idaho State 1 p.m. MT
Complete Match Notes
UP NEXT: Boise State women’s soccer faces a split weekend against two in-state rivals. The Broncos (0-3-0) will host Idaho (2-1-0) to start a busy Friday on campus, before traveling to Pocatello for a Sunday match at Idaho State (1-3-0).
PROMOTIONS: Free admission for all fans Friday, against Idaho. The match also kicks off the #BoiseStateTrifecta promotion. Attend all three home events Friday (soccer, volleyball and football), post pictures using the official hashtag and be entered to win prizes!
FOLLOW THE ACTION: Live video and stats will be available for both matches. The game against Idaho will be available at BroncoSports.com/soccerlive. Links are available on the schedule page of BroncoSports.com. As always, for inside info, follow on twitter @BroncoSportsSOC.
LAST TIME OUT: The Broncos opened their home slate Sunday, and treated a near-record crowd to an entertaining match against Washington State. Boise State fell 2-1 despite outshooting the Cougars 14-9 and threatening all the way to the end. The 916 fans on hand was the third-largest attendance in program history.
ABOUT IDAHO: The Vandals are 2-1, fresh off a 3-0 victory in their home opener Friday, against New Mexico State.
All-Time Series: Boise State leads 10-4-1. The Vandals have not visited Boise since 2011. The Broncos won in Moscow last year, 2-0.
ABOUT IDAHO STATE: The Bengals take a 1-3 record to Albuquerque Thursday, before hosting Boise State Sunday. Sophomore Maria Sanchez has four goals and an assist already. Sanchez played for Mexico at the 2015 World Cup.
All-Time Series: Tied 8-8-1. The Broncos have not won in Pocatello since 2002 (0-4-0).
BIG CROWD: The Broncos hosted a crowd of 916 fans at Boas Soccer Complex Aug. 30, for the home opener against Washington State. It was the third-largest home attendance in program history and the largest since 2010. The all-time record is 1,223 for the 2009 WAC Tournament title game which saw Boise State beat Nevada and earn its first trip to the NCAA Tournament.
MOVING ON UP: Brooke Heidemann assisted on the Broncos’ first goal of the season Aug. 30, against Washington State. It was Heidemann’s 41st point as a Bronco, moving her into a tie for third on the school’s all-time list. She is now tied with former teammate Shannon Schueren. The duo is also tied for third on the career goals list with 17.
The Last Meeting
Boise State2
September 5, 2014
Moscow, Idaho
Two Early Goals Lead Broncos Over Vandals
Boise State scored twice in the first 12 minutes and rolled to a 2-0 win against Idaho Friday, at Guy Wicks Field in Moscow, Idaho.

The Last Meeting
Idaho State1
Boise State4
September 7, 2014
Boise, Idaho
Heidemann, Clayton Each Score Twice in Win
Boise State put on a show for its fans Sunday, in the home opener, defeating in-state rival Idaho State 4-1. Brooke Heidemann and KT Clayton each scored twice, helping the Broncos sweep the weekend against their fellow in-state Division I programs. Heidemann also had an assist, giving her a career-high five points in the match.

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