Final Home Weekend Pivotal
Oct. 15, 2015

Final Home Weekend Pivotal for Broncos
 
Friday, Oct. 16 vs Colorado College 4 p.m. MT
 
Sunday, Oct. 18 vs Air Force 1 p.m. MT
 
Complete Match Notes
 
 
UP NEXT: Boise State women's soccer is home for the final time in 2015 with a full home weekend against Colorado College and Air Force. The Broncos (5-7-3, 3-3-0 MW) welcome the Tigers (6-8-1, 4-2-0 MW) Friday at 4 p.m., before Senior Day features a 1 p.m. meeting Sunday with the Falcons (4-9-1, 2-3-1 MW).

FOLLOW THE ACTION: Live video and stats will be available for both matches. Chris Lewis will be on the call for the live video streams at BroncoSports.com/soccerlive. Links are available at BroncoSports.com on the schedule page. As always, for inside info, follow on twitter @BroncoSportsSOC.

The Last Meeting
Boise State1
Colorado College3
September 28, 2014
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Tigers Top Broncos with Decisive Second Half
Boise State women's soccer dropped a 3-1 decision at Colorado College Sunday, in Mountain West action. The Tigers, an affiliate member of the MW for women's soccer, scored twice in the second half to break open a tie match.

The Last Meeting
Boise State0
Air Force2
September 26, 2014
USAFA, Colo.
Broncos Denied by Air Force in MW Opener
Boise State women's soccer dropped its Mountain West opener Friday, at Air Force. The Broncos fell 2-0 despite holding a 21-10 advantage in shots. The Falcons converted a penalty kick following a hand ball in the box in the 20th minute to take the early lead before holding off a flurry of Boise State attacks and scoring a second-half goal for extra cushion.

LAST TIME OUT: Boise State swept a pair of games against UNLV and Nevada by a combined score of 7-1. The Broncos received three goals and an assist from Brooke Heidemann, who was named MW Offensive Player of the Week.

ABOUT COLORADO COLLEGE: The Tigers started MW play with four wins, but suffered back-to-back shutout losses last weekend to slip to third place. CC is the last team on Boise State's schedule currently ahead of the Broncos in the MW standings. Sarah Schweiss leads the team with six goals.
All-Time Series: Tied 1-1. CC beat Boise State 3-1 last season in Colorado Springs, the Tigers' first season as a MW affiliate member.

ABOUT AIR FORCE: The Falcons a pair of 1-0 decisions last weekend against San José State and Fresno State. Air Force picked up MW wins against UNLV and Colorado State, as well as earning a draw against Nevada. Academy goalkeepers are saving 82.6 percent of the shots on goal they face.
All-Time Series: Tied 3-3. The Falcons beat Boise State 2-0 last season in the conference opener for both teams.

WEEKEND PROMOTIONS
SUNDAY:
Senior Day
Bailey Anderson, KT Clayton, Brooke Heidemann and Kelsey Nicassio will take the field at Boas Soccer Complex one last time. Come honor the four Boise State seniors playing their final home match.
Pink Day
Free admission for fans wearing pink. Join the Broncos in supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
National Chocolate Cupcake Day
Free chocolate cupcake for the first 200 fans.

BRONCO SOCCER PODCAST: Take Bronco soccer with you with the new soccer-specific podcast called `From The Spot.' Every episode is available on iTunes and Soundcloud. Search Boise State Broncos.

SHE'S ON FIRE: Senior Brooke Heidemann has scored in each of the last four games and leads the team with 15 points on the year. Heidemann's four-match goal streak ties the Boise State record. It is the fifth time a Bronco has scored in four consecutive games and the first since Erica Parks in 2009. The three-time All-Mountain West First Team honoree has scored five goals in six conference matches.

MULTITASKING: Senior Brooke Heidemann had a goal and assist against UNLV (Oct. 9) and two goals at Nevada (Oct. 11). Each game marked the second such performance of Heidemann's career.

HISTORY ON THE HORIZON: Senior Brooke Heidemann is looking to become just the third student-athlete in Mountain West history to be named first-team all-league four times in women's soccer. Heidemann looks to join Amanda Feigt (Utah, 2003-06) and Katie Larkin (BYU, 2005-08). Through six conference matches, Heidemann leads the league with 12 points on five goals and two assists. Her five goals tie for the conference lead. She has scored or assisted in five of the team's six MW games. The 12 points and five goals are the most Heidemann has tallied in conference play during her illustrious career.

HEIDEMANN TAKES POW: Senior Brooke Heidemann was named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 12, after leading the Broncos to a weekend sweep with seven points on three goals and an assist, including both game-winning goals. It is Heidemann's first award of the season and third of her career. She is the first Bronco to win a weekly offensive award in three different seasons.

SCORING IN BUNCHES: Boise State netted four goals in 14:32 Oct. 9, against UNLV, including the first three in 5:22. It is the fastest Boise State has scored four goals since scoring four in 7:46 Sept. 9, 2007, against Southern Utah. The Broncos' three goals in 5:22 toward the end of the first half was the fastest three-goal production since the first three goals of the same stretch against Southern Utah came in a two-minute span.


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