Idaho colleges roundup: Boise State women’s soccer team falls in conference final

STATESMAN STAFFNovember 10, 2013 

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Top-seeded San Diego State defeated the third-seeded Broncos 1-0 in the Mountain West Conference tournament Saturday. Hannah Keane scored the game’s lone goal. Boise State (13-7-3, 6-4-2 MW) finished the season with the most conference wins in program history.

BOISE STATE VOLLEYBALL: Air Force defeated Boise State 25-15, 24-26, 25-20, 25-22 in Colorado Springs, Colo. Freshman Maddy O’Donnell led the Broncos (11-14, 5-10) with a career-high 12 kills.

NORTHWEST NAZARENE CROSS COUNTRY: Natalie Evans finished eighth in the NCAA West Region cross country championships in Spokane. Her finish qualified her for a berth in the NCAA Division II national meet Nov. 23 in Spokane. Evans ran the 6-kilometer course in 22:26.44.

NNU MEN’S SOCCER: Fredy Razo scored four goals in the Crusaders’ 5-1 victory over Montana State Billings in Nampa. NNU ended the season 5-7-5 overall and 5-6-3 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

COLLEGE OF IDAHO CROSS COUNTRY: The women’s team swept the top four spots as it won its fifth Cascade Conference title in the past six years in Caldwell. Hillary Holt (17:53) won her second individual title in a row. The men’s team took third place.

C OF I WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Montana Tech defeated the Coyotes 71-68 in Salt Lake City. Elisha Hensey led the C of I (0-4) with 23 points.

C OF I VOLLEYBALL: The Coyotes defeated Corban 25-9, 25-15, 25-17 in Caldwell. The victory sewed up the C of I’s eighth straight conference title. The Coyotes (16-9, 16-2 CCC) will host the conference championships, which begin Friday.

C OF I MEN’S SOCCER: The Coyotes defeated Warner Pacific 4-1 in Caldwell. Joe Bolin notched his first career hat trick for the C of I (6-12, 6-8). The Coyotes qualified for the postseason for the first time since 2010. They will play at Corban on Tuesday.

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