Four-Match Home Stand Begins Friday
Oct. 2, 2014

Broncos Begin Four-Match Home Stand Friday
Friday, Oct. 3 vs Colorado State 4 p.m. MT
Sunday, Oct. 5 vs Wyoming Noon MT
UP NEXT: Boise State women's soccer starts a four-match home stand this weekend, hosting Colorado State and Wyoming. The Broncos take on the Rams Friday, at 4 p.m (MT) and the Cowgirls on Sunday at noon (MT) at Boas Soccer Complex.

FOLLOW THE ACTION: Watch both matches online for free. Live stats will also be available for both matches. Links  can be found on the soccer schedule page at Stay up to date with Bronco soccer on Twitter @BroncoSportsSOC.

- Hometown Heroes: All military, EMS, and police wearing a uniform or a badge get free admission, and their families (up to four) can get tickets at the group rate
- 100 free rally towels

- Facebook Fan day: discounted admission (group rate) coupon goes out on social media
- Autographed jersey giveaway

Boise State opened Mountain West play on the road at Air Force and Colorado College. The Broncos suffered two losses on the trip, falling 2-0 against Air Force in the conference opener and 3-1 at Colorado College. The Falcons scored on a penalty kick early to take control. The Tigers scored twice in the second half to break open a tie game.

The Last Meeting
Boise State3
Colorado State0
October 20, 2013
Fort Collins, Colo.
Three Goals Lift Broncos Over Colorado State
The Boise State women's soccer team moves to 9-5-2 and 4-2 in conference play.

The Last Meeting
Boise State3
November 5, 2013
Albuquerque, N.M.
Oehring's Goals Lift Broncos Over Cowgirls
Boise State moves to 12-6-3 and will play No. 2-seeded Fresno State (10-7-2) on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 4 p.m.

ABOUT COLORADO STATE: The Rams are in just their second season as a program, but head coach Bill Hempen is in his 26th year leading a program. Hempen guided Duke to the NCAA title game in 1992. Colorado State enters the weekend 3-7-0, with a 1-1-0 record in Mountain West action. The three wins already surpass last year's totla when the Rams posted a 2-13-3 mark in their first season.
All-Time Series: Boise State leads 1-0-0. The Broncos won 3-0 last year in Fort Collins during CSU's inaugural season.

ABOUT WYOMING: The Cowgirls went 2-0-0 in the first weekend of MW play, outscoring Nevada and UNLV 7-0 across the two home victories. Wyoming is 1-5-1 away from home this year. Alex Boehm and Georgia Rowntree have split time in goal, each compiling a 1.36 goals-against average.
All-Time Series: Wyoming leads 5-3-1. The Broncos have won the last three meetings, including a 3-0 win in the MW Tournament last season.

ROAD WARRIORS: Boise State played nine of its first 11 matches away from home, matching the program's second-fewest home games in the first 11 matches. In 2010 the Broncos were home just once in the first 12 matches.

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