Streaking Broncos Head To Logan
April 21, 2016
Boise State (12-28, 4-8 MW) at Utah State (19-20, 5-7 MW)
LaRee & LeGrand Johnson Field - Logan, Utah
Friday (April 22) - 1/3 p.m. (DH)
BOISE, Idaho - Boise State (12-28, 4-8 MW) looks to make it three series wins in a row this weekend as it travels to Logan, Utah, for a three-game set at Utah State (19-19, 5-7 MW). The series gets underway with a doubleheader Friday (1 and 3 p.m.) and closes Sunday at noon.
Friday’s action will now feature a doubleheader, with game times set for 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. The teams will be off Saturday, and Sunday’s noon game will be played as scheduled.
About The Opposition
The Aggies are led at the plate by Sarah Chow (.410, 48 hits, 30 runs, six triples, 11 stolen bases) and the power-hitting trio of Noelle Johnson, Alleyah Armendariz and Victoria Saucedo, which has combined for 19 home runs and 94 RBI this season.
The Broncos lead the all-time series against Utah State, 12-6, although the Aggies swept the Broncos in Boise last May 7-9.
Last Time Out
Pitcher Nicole Wilson had a career weekend in the circle, going 2-0 with a shutout among her two complete games and a 0.00 ERA. For her efforts, she was named Mountain West Pitcher of the Week.
At the plate, Teauna Hughes batted .556 (5-for-9) with two homers, a triple and three RBI, while Tatiana Sorokina and Kayla Clausen each drove in a pair of runs. Rebekah Cervantes hit her team-leading ninth home run of the season and Makenzie Sullivan added her fourth long ball of the year.
Wilson Named Pitcher Of The Week
Wilson went 2-0 with two complete games, one of those a shutout, and an ERA of 0.00. Her shutout of UNLV Friday was Boise State’s first since 2014, when the Broncos beat New Mexico, 7-0, on May 2. Over 12.0 innings of work, Wilson allowed just one unearned run as she evened her season record at 6-6.
She became Boise State’s first conference pitcher of the week in three years, when Rebecca Patton claimed the honor back on April 23, 2013.
For the year, Wilson is 6-6 with an ERA of 4.85.
Hughes went 3-for-3 in the opener, coming just a home run shy of the cycle. In Sunday’s rubber game, she posted her second two-HR game of the season, driving in three runs in Boise State’s 6-1 win.
For the season, Hughes leads the Broncos in batting (.374), hits (40), RBI (32), slugging pct. (.692) and on-base pct. (.443). She is second with eight home runs, eight doubles and 24 runs scored.
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