BOISE, Idaho The No. 20-ranked Boise State men’s tennis team hopped a flight to Hawaii on Wednesday to defend their 2009 Western Athletic Conference regular season crown. The Broncos, who were dubbed WAC regular season champs this past weekend, hold the No. 1 seed in the seven-team tournament and will have a bye in Friday’s first round matches.
Looking to earn their fourth tournament champion title in five years, the Broncos have a strong squad that features three singles players and one doubles team in this week’s Campbell’s/ITA National Rankings. Senior Clancy Shields leads the way with a No. 26 spot on the singles charts. Senior Kean Feeder holds the No. 74 spot while freshman James Meredith sits at No. 85 in the singles ranks. In doubles, Feeder and Meredith join as the No. 39-ranked team in the country.
Host team, the
The tournament’s first round begins on Thursday, April 24 at 9 a.m. (Hawaii Time) with the
Thursday, April 24 (First Round)
9 a.m. - #4
12 p.m. - #2
3 p.m. - #3
Friday, April 25 (Semifinals)
9 a.m. - #1
3 p.m. Winner of Hawaii/Idaho match vs. Winner of Fresno State/Utah State match
Sunday, April 26 (Finals)
12 p.m. Winners of each semifinal match