BOISE, Idaho - The Boise State men's tennis team experienced its' first big move in the ITA national rankings so far this season, Tuesday (March 2), but unfortunately for the Broncos it was in the wrong direction.
Boise State fell nearly 30 spots in this week's national rankings, moving from No. 29 to No. 58 in the team poll. Despite splitting a pair of road duals against nationally ranked opponents last weekend, the Broncos fell out of the top-30 for the first time this spring.
The Broncos are still led by sophomore James Meredith, who held tight at No. 36 in singles. Meredith, who has played at No. 1 for Boise State all season, has compiled a 5-3 record in duals. He is currently on a two match winning streak and boasts a 5-1 record against nationally ranked opponents, dating back to last fall.
Boise State is off this weekend as they prepare for a home dual against the College of Idaho next Wednesday (March 10). That dual is scheduled for 1 p.m. and, weather permitting, will be played outdoors at the Apple Tennis Center.