The Broncos (4-3) host Eastern Washington (2-5) at 7 p.m. Friday at Taco Bell Arena the first of four straight home games over the next 16 days. Boise State also plays Carroll College (5-3) at 2 p.m. Sunday. The program will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Title IX before Fridays game, which will include a halftime ceremony and post-game autographs. Children high school age and younger get into the game free, while adults who mention the American Association of University Women will get in for $4. Boise State is led by senior forward Lauren Lenhardt (Eagle High), who is averaging 14.3 points (fifth in the Mountain West) and 7.4 rebounds (third in the Mountain West) per game.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE WOMENS SOCCER: Head coach Jamie Lindvall resigned after 10 seasons, and Rachel Lindvall has resigned her position as assistant coach and athletic trainer, Northwest Nazarene Athletic Director Bill Rapp announced Thursday. The Lindvalls compiled a 51-126-11 overall record.
IDAHO WOMENS BASKETBALL: The Vandals made 12 3-pointers en route to a 73-55 victory late Wednesday night in Irvine, Calif. Idaho led 30-26 at halftime, but shot nearly 50 percent in the second half to hold on for the win. The Vandals (2-6) also outrebounded the Anteaters 25-21. Freshman Christina Salvatore scored a career-high 20 points to lead four Vandals in double figures. Salvatores six 3-pointers is the second most by a Vandal in program history. Three Idaho players have made seven in a game.
BOISE STATE GYMNASTICS: The Broncos added four athletes to the 2014 roster Mackenzie Bennion (Las Vegas), Brooke Graham (Corvallis, Ore.), Diana Mejia (Vancouver, Wash.) and Paige Urquhart (Maple Grove, Minn.).
BSU SWIMMING: Rachel Heaney was named Mountain West swimmer of the week.