UW Highlights 2017 Fall Schedule
Aug. 16, 2017

Schedule

BOISE, Idaho – Coming off a 33-win season and postseason appearance, the Boise State softball will dive straight back into completion with a fall exhibition schedule that features three other teams that made the postseason this past spring.

The fall schedule is highlighted by Women’s College World Series participant Washington, along with seven other matches.

“We are looking forward to our fall season,” head coach Cindy Ball said. “We have prepared the toughest schedule that our program has ever played in the fall with three postseason teams, two super regional teams and a World Series team.”

The fall season will begin on the road at Division II Northwest Nazarene, Sept. 15 at 3:30 p.m.

Boise State will then host Washington, Sept. 23, at 3:30 p.m. The Huskies finished last season No. 3 in the nation.

The Broncos will host their alumni game, Saturday, Sept. 30, at 1:00 p.m. in a modified, 4-7 inning format. Boise State will host their final home exhibition the next day, Oct. 1, against NAIA opponent College of Idaho, at noon.

The fall season will close on the road, first with a trip through Utah for a doubleheader against BYU, Oct. 7, with the opening game beginning at 12:30 p.m., followed by a game against the Utah Utes the following day.

Both Utah and BYU competed in the Salt Lake City Regional for the Women’s College World Series, with Utah advancing to the Super Regional.

The fall season will close with a final exhibition against Northwest Nazarene, Oct. 14, again in Nampa, Idaho.

“Team 10 and the coaches are equally excited for the opportunity to play against some of the best competition in our game, and this fall will be a great step in preparing us for our 2018 season,” Ball added.

All games held in Idaho will be played 10-11 innings straight through, with the final 5-6 innings being select situations at the coaching staff’s discretion. The BYU doubleheader will be two, seven-inning games. The Utah game will be played 10-11 innings with no breaks.

e coaches are equally excited for the opportunity to play against some of the best competition in our game, and this fall will be a great step in preparing us for our 2018 season,” Ball added.

All games held in Idaho will be played 10-11 straight through, with the final 5-6 innings being select situations at the coaching staff’s discretion. The BYU doubleheader will be two, seven-inning games. The Utah game will be played 10-11 innings with no breaks.

The Spring 2018 schedule will be announced shortly. 


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