Women's Soccer Loses Conference Game to Boise State

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BOISE, Idaho - - Boise State's Kaziah Hill scored 12 seconds into the match as the Broncos defeated San Jose State, 2-1, in a Western Athletic Confererence match on Sunday, Oct. 28 in Boise.

Hill's goal is tied for the seventh quickest goal in NCAA Division I history. The goal breaks the previous school record for quickest goal at 16 seconds accomplished by Ginger Sellick in 1999 (tied as the 12th fastest goal in
NCAA history).

The Broncos broke out early as Hill stole a pass from the San Jose State defense on the opening possession, raced around one defender then sent a
rocket from 12 yards out that beat the Spartan keeper to the left with 12 seconds gone in the first half for a 1-0 Boise State advantage.

Boise State got their second goal in the 39th minute from Abbe Roche when she volleyed a corner kick into the net from five yards out to put Boise State up 2-0 at
the half.

San Jose State dominated the second half pulling to within one goal in the 53rd minute on a goal from Kristina Jacob. For the game San Jose State out
shot Boise State 11-8 but the Broncos had the advantage in shots on goal 5-4.

The Spartans', 5-11-0 overall and 3-4-0 in WAC games, needed a win to help keep their hope of returning to the WAC tournament in two weeks. The Spartans are not eliminated yet, but need to win the one remaining game against Hawai'i to keep their chances alive.

With the win, Boise State, 9-5-1 overall and 4-2-0 in WAC action, took sole possession of second place in the Western Athletic Conference standings and clinched a berth into the league's post season tournament in two weeks.

The Spartans will head to Honolulu to face the Wahine of the University of Hawai'i on Nov. 1.