Women's Soccer Blanked By Boise State, 3-0

Carley McBeath took one of the Spartans' two shots in the team's 3-0 loss to Boise State on Friday.

Oct. 11, 2013

Final Stats

Boise, Id. – A Boise State goal within the match’s opening five minutes was all it needed, as the San José State University women’s soccer team lost to the Broncos, 3-0, in a Mountain West match on Friday, October 11.

Boise State (8-4-2, 3-1 MW) got off to a quick start with a goal scored at the 4:29 mark. Gabby Garcia collected her own rebound for the 1-0 score.

Goals in the 19th and 78th minutes secured the Broncos’ 3-0 win.

The Spartans (2-11-0, 1-4 MW) were out-shot by the Broncos, 24-2. Kareli Rodriguez and Carley McBeath took San José State’s two shots, the fewest taken by the Spartans this season. Rodriguez’s shot resulted in the only save Broncos goalkeeper Maddy McDevitt had to make.

Starting goalkeeper Zoe Makrigiannis (1-5-0) suffered the loss for the Spartans, making six saves and allowing the match’s three goals. Sarah Peplinski substituted Makrigiannis for the match’s final eight minutes. McDevitt’s Mountain West-leading seventh shutout of the season improved her record to 8-4-2.

San José State returns to Spartan Stadium on Sunday, October 13 for a 12:00 p.m. Mountain West match versus Utah State.