BSU Men's Tennis to Push Fresno State Match to Sunday Due to Rain Delay

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FRESNO, Calif. -- The Boise State men's tennis team has faced their second rain delay in two days, the first against Stanford on Friday, February and the second on Saturday against Fresno State. The highly anticipated match-up between the Broncos and Western Athletic Conference opponent Fresno State began at 11 a.m. (Pacific Time) on Saturday, February 23. With only one set finished, the match was brought to an abrupt halt when one of the area's worst storms in years decided to cease play for the day. The match has been called off for the remainder of Saturday and the two teams hope to take to the courts on Sunday afternoon in Fresno.

The Broncos also faced major delays in their Friday dual with Stanford, first with a start delay of 1.5 hours which led to only one hour of play before a downpour. The two teams waited the storm out, beginning play around 7 p.m. and did not finish the dual until 11 p.m. (Pacific Time), nearly 11 hours after the scheduled start time.

The Broncos currently hold a 6-7 record after dropping 4-3 to Stanford on Friday night.

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