Boise State to Face Wyoming in Conference Tournament

Nov. 4, 2013

Game Notes Get Acrobat Reader

What's Happening This Week: The No. 3-seeded Boise State women's soccer team will face the No. 7 Wyoming Cowgirls in the quarterfinal round of the Mountain West Tournament in Albuquerque, N.M., Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 4 p.m. MST.

Follow the Action: Live stats for each match will be available HERE. The game will be broadcast live on the Mountain West Network.

Last Time Out: Boise State beat Wyoming 2-1 at home on Oct. 4. Senior Katy Oehring and Shannon Schueren each scored a goal in the contest.

All Time Record: The Broncos are 2-5-1 all time against the Wyoming Cowgirls. The two teams have never met up in the conference tournament.

2013 Bronco Season Notebook

► All-Conference Honors - Brooke Heidemann and Katy Oehring earned  All-Mountain West First Team honors, the conference announced on Sunday. Oehring's accolade marks the tenth player in Bronco history with first-team honors. Goalkeeper Maddy McDevitt and defender Mikhaila Bowden were named to the second-team.

► Comin' in Hot - The Broncos are 3-1-1 in their last five matches. The team's last loss came against San Diego State, Oct. 25. During those five matches, the Orange and blue have allowed only three goals and recorded one shutout.

► Exceeding Expectations - Boise State finished third in the Mountain West this season after being picked fifth in the Mountain West Preseason Coaches' Poll. It marks the sixth time in the last eight seasons that the Broncos have finished higher than they were projected.

► Movin' On Up - Brooke Heidemann is tied for fifth in the Bronco record books with six career game-winning goals. Senior Katy Oehring ranks fourth all-time with 115 career shots taken. Redshirt junior goalkeeper Maddy McDevitt has a Bronco record seven shutouts and one combined shutout. McDevitt has overtaken Kim Parker for most games started as a keeper in a season with 21. She has the most wins for a keeper (11) in a season.

► Second-Half Strong - The Broncos have scored 19 of the season's 28 goals in the second half or later.

► Home Cookin' - Boise State finished 5-1-2 at the Boas Soccer Complex where it has outscored opponents 12-5 this season while outshooting them 124-62. Overall, the Broncos own a 52-23-19 at the facility all-time strong.


» «