Broncos Face San José State, Fresno State

Oct. 8, 2013

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BOISE, Idaho - The Boise State women's soccer team will host San José State at home this Friday, Oct. 11 at 2:30 p.m. The Broncos are coming into the match off a two-game win streak, most recently downing Wyoming at home last week.

San José State has won one conference game this season over UNLV, and has an overall record of 2-10-0. Redshirt sophomore Lupita Estrada has netted four goals this season for the Spartans. She scored the game-winning goal against UNLV in double-overtime.

Fresno State is 2-2 in conference play, and 5-7-1 in overall play. The Bulldogs are led by senior defender/midfielder Morgan Castain. Castain leads the conference in goals scored, with eight.

Any Bronco fan who received a voucher at last night's volleyball match against Grand Canyon can turn in their voucher for free admission to Friday's soccer game.

Friday's game against San José State is also club sports and Greek night, where the sport and house with the highest percentage in attendance will win a prize.

Boise State's last two home matches are Oct. 25 and 27, against San Diego State and New Mexico. Both teams are at the top of the conference standings, and New Mexico's game will be senior night.


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