Kirsty Venter
Kirsty  Venter

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Edinburgh, Scotland

High School:
Erskine Stewarts Melville School

Height:
5-3

Experience:
HS

03/22/2017

Broncos Roll to Win at Dixie State

Wiktoria Nosek earned the Bronco Bandanna as player of the match

03/12/2017

Broncos Battle for Road Win

Three third-set wins help Boise State to win at Montana

03/05/2017

Late Surge Not Enough

Boise State took three singles matches, but could not overcome doubles loss

02/25/2017

Broncos Rally to Knock Off Bobcats

Boise State won the top four singles matches to bounce back after losing the doubles point

02/24/2017

Broncos Sweep Warriors

Boise State bounced back in a big way

02/25/2017

Women's Tennis vs Montana State

Boise State women's tennis hosted Montana State Feb. 25

02/24/2017

Women's Tennis vs LCSC

Boise State women's tennis hosted Lewis-Clark State Friday, Feb. 24.

02/12/2017

Women's Tennis vs Idaho State

Boise State women's tennis swept Idaho State Feb. 12, 2017, at the Eagle Tennis Club

01/23/2016

Women's Tennis vs Weber State

Boise State women's tennis hosted Weber State Jan. 23, 2016.

FRESHMAN (2015-16): Appeared in three fall tournaments and three spring duals...2-1 in singles in spring season, playing all three matches at No. 6 position...2-0 in doubles during spring season...teamed with Nancy Menjivar at No. 3 doubles in both matches...two doubles wins in fall play.

Prior to Boise State: Competed for The Erskine Stewarts Melville School in Edinburgh, Scotland for five years...served as school's overall sports captain in addition to tennis team captain...represented regional team East of Scotland for six years, peaking at No. 32 in LTA British rankings (U16)..helped East of Scotland to second-place finish in Division 2 in 2013, earning promotion to Division 1...recipient of "Full Colours" honor bestowed by teachers and peers at her school...member of the Scottish Touch Rugby National Team...scored five touchdowns at 2015 Touch Rugby World Cup, played in Australia, leading Scotland to an 11th-place finish...first Bronco women's tennis student-athlete from Scotland.

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