Boise State freshman midfielder Raimee Sherle (Rocky Mountain High) was named the Newcomer of the Year, and she and junior goalkeeper Janelle Flores made the 2016 All-Mountain West first team released Monday.
Sherle led the league in game-winning goals (four) and shot attempts (39) in conference play, and she led MW newcomers in points (14) and goals (six).
Flores is the first Bronco keeper to earn first-team all-conference honors after facing the most shots in the conference and tallying an 0.88 goals-against average, the lowest among MW goalies with at least 1,000 minutes played.
Sherle also made the MW all-newcomer team with fellow freshman Mikayla Schachtell, a starting defensive midfielder who helped BSU earn an MW-leading five shutouts.
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The Broncos (6-10-4, 5-3-3) are seeded sixth in the Mountain West Tournament, in which they will open against host San Diego State (8-7-3, 6-2-3) at 8 p.m. MT on Tuesday (Mountain West Network).