The Broncos are one of 60 teams competing in the event over 15 different host sites.Each site hosts a four-team tournament and the 15 schools that win both of their matches at these events will be invited to play in the Feb. 13-16 ITA National Team Indoor Championships at the
Saturday - 11:00 am
Saturday - 4:00 pm Stanford vs.
Sunday - 10:00 am - Consolation match (Loser Match 1 vs. Loser Match 2)
Sunday - 1:00 pm - Championship match (Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 2)
Admission is free to the public.
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The No. 37-ranked Boise State Broncos enter the weekend with a 3-1 record, coming off their first loss of the season, 6-1, to No. 4 UCLA. In the past week, however, the Broncos knocked-off No. 14 Pepperdine, 6-1.
Three Broncos currently sit in the nation’s top-100 in singles rankings. Senior Clancy Shields leads the way, holding the No. 22 spot. Shields boasts a 4-0 singles record at the No. 1 spot this season. Senior Stanley Sarapanich is the next ranked Bronco, holding the No. 85 spot in the nation’s singles rankings. Senior Kean Feeder rounds out the ranked Broncos, sitting at No. 90 in the nation. Feeder holds a 3-1 record at the No. 2 singles spot for
The Auburn Tigers enter the weekend ranked No. 29 in the nation and currently have no dual matches under their belts. The Tigers played in the Auburn Spring Classic, Jan. 23-25, for their only competition of the spring season. The Tigers have one singles team and two doubles teams in the national standings. Alexey Tsyrenov sits at No. 48 in the singles rankings and is joined by Tim Puetz to hold the No. 10 doubles spot in the nation. Lukas Marsoun and Alexander Stamchev sit close behind with a No. 19 rank.
The No. 12-ranked Stanford Cardinal enter the weekend with one match under their belts. The Cardinal faced
Entering the weekend ranked No. 27 in the nation, Vanderbilt has only one ranked doubles team. Adam Baker and Alex Zotov sit at No. 32 in the nation to lead the Commodores. Vanderbilt’s match against