BSU Soccer vs. Arizona State on Pac-12 Network

BSU Soccer vs. Arizona State on Pac-12 Network
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SAN FRANCISCO – The Boise State soccer team will be featured on the Pac-12 Networks twice this fall as the Broncos travel to take on Washington, Sept. 1 for the program’s television debut, and Arizona State, Sept. 20.

Boise State will make its television debut against Washington at 2 p.m. (PT) in a game filled with story lines. It will mark the return to Washington for Boise State first-year head coach Jim Thomas, who spent five years with the Huskies prior to putting on the blue and orange in December. The game will also be a follow-up to the Bronco-Husky meeting on the gridiron, Aug. 31.

Washington finished 12-8-7 last season and advanced to the NCAA Tournament where it fell to Auburn in the first round.

The Broncos will make the trip to Tempe, Ariz., for a 4:30 p.m. kickoff. Arizona State finished the 2012 season 10-9-2 and also suffered a first-round exit of the NCAA Tournament at the hands of Baylor.

The games will be Boise State’s the first meeting with each of the two teams.