Flunder and the Broncos
finished the season with a record of 13-17, but not before putting a scare into
Flunder was named to the All-WAC First Team this year for the third consecutive season. She also earned Second Team honors as a freshman in 2003.
Track—Becky Guyette, Annika Hjelm and Eleni Kafourou
Guyette won the WAC
Championship in the 5,000-meters at the WAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Guyette qualified for the NCAA National Championships in the 10,000 by recording the second fastest time in school history at the Stanford Track and Field Invitational (34:44.98 ) in May. Becky and finished 27th at the National Championships with a time of 35:41.94.Guyette also broke the Jacksons Track record, as well as a 25-year-old Bronco record, en route to a first place finish in the 5,000 at the WAC Indoor Championships with a time of 17-minutes, 19.35-seconds. Kafourou captured the WAC titles in both the triple jump and the long jump at the Outdoor Championships. Kafourou flew 20 feet, 4.5 inches to capture the long jump title and won the WAC in the triple with a mark of 42 feet, 11.75 inches, a foot and eight inches better than the second-place finisher. Kafourou was second in both events at the Indoor Championships.
Kafourou captured the WAC titles in both the triple jump and the long jump at the Outdoor Championships. Kafourou flew 20 feet, 4.5 inches to capture the long jump title and won the WAC in the triple with a mark of 42 feet, 11.75 inches, twenty inches better than the second-place finisher. Kafourou was second in both events at the Indoor Championships. Her long jump mark of 20 feet, 5.25 inches in the winter broke a 17-year old Bronco record.Kafourou earned All-West Region honors in both the triple and long jumps, the only Bronco to receive the award in multiple events. Kafourou was 23rd in the women's triple jump at the NCAA Championships with a mark of 42 feet and 25th in the long jump with a leap of 19 feet, 3.25 inches.
Annika Hjelm won the hammer at the Outdoor Championships with a throw of 200 feet, seven inches. She was also third at the Indoor Championships in the weight throw. Hjelm was also named to the All-West Region team. She also qualified for the NCAA National Championships and finished 13th in the hammer with a throw of 189 feet, four inches.The Broncos finished third at the WAC Indoor Championships in
Kokoulina was named to
the All-WAC first team in singles after finishing 14-11 in singles and 15-11 in
doubles this year. Kokoulina led the
Broncos to a second straight appearance in the WAC Tennis Championships, where
they lost to
Soccer—Brennan Lau and Kim Parker
Lau scored three goals this season and dished out a career high four assists to help the Broncos. She set a career high with 25 shots, 11 of those on goal for 44%. She also was credited with the game-winner. For her career, Lau finished with 10 goals and five assists in 73 games, 78 shots, 40 of them on goal (51.3%) and five game-winning kicks.
Parker tended goal in
12 games this season, allowing just 13 goals for an outstanding 1.10 goals per
game average. She made 57 saves and has
a record of
Lau and Parker were part of a Bronco class that recorded the best four-year record in school history (34-35-9).
a sophomore out of
Thompson led the
Broncos to their first-ever WAC regular-season championship, which