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Men's Tennis adds Paul Koenke to roster...

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Coach Patton has announced that Paul Koenke (pronounced keen-kee) has joined the Boise State men’s tennis team for the 2007-08 season. Koenke is a transfer from Clemson University in South Carolina where he competed for two years going for a combined 20-14 in singles and 26-20 in doubles. He received his release from the ACC school this past summer and is immediately eligible to compete at Boise State. Koenke who is expected to challenge for the mid-range singles and doubles positions where he will have two years of eligibility left to play for the Broncos.

 

Paul Koenke, Bio 

In general - Transferred to Boise State from Clemson during the summer of 2007...will be a junior in eligibility during the 2007-08 campaign...projected to compete for the mid-range singles and doubles positions this year.

2006-07 (Sophomore) -  Competed primarily at the number four singles slot and at the number two doubles position for Clemson University in South Carolina...Singles: Finished the season at 9-7 overall and a 6-3 mark in dual matches...had a 1-0 mark at number three singles...was 5-3 at number four singles...Doubles: Went 13-4 overall in doubles...had a 8-2 mark in dual matches...starter at number two doubles with Jarmaine Jenkins, the team went 11-3 overall.

2005-06 (Freshman) -  Played at Clemson University during season...played primarily at the 4-6 singles positions and competed at the two and three doubles positions...Singles: Finished the season with a 11-7 record overall and a 8-6 mark in dual matches...had a 4-3 mark in ACC matches...had a 1-1 mark at number four singles...was 4-3 at number five and a 3-2 slate at number six singles ... Doubles: Had a 13-16 record overall in doubles...had a 8-14 mark in dual matches...starter at number three doubles with Brett Twente.

High School - Named all-state in high school....won four national opens during his junior career...top 10 in the United States in both 16s and 18s...played at Denver East High School for Rich Benvin...also played basketball...undefeated in Denver Prep League every year...

Academic/Personal - majoring in communication...named to the Dean's List at Clemson.