Women's Tennis on Road for Two
Jan. 28, 2016

Boise State at Denver
Friday, Jan. 29 | 4 p.m. | Denver Country Club

Boise State at Colorado
Sunday, Jan. 31 | 11 a.m. | Rocky Mountain Tennis Center (Boulder, Colo.)

THE MATCHES: Boise State women's tennis (1-0) hits the road for the first time in 2016 with two matches in Colorado. The Broncos will visit No. 69 Denver (2-1) Friday, and Colorado (2-1) Sunday. Live scoring will be available for the match against Colorado.

ABOUT THE BRONCOS: Boise State has a veteran group led by three seniors, including Teal Vosburgh who played 15 matches on court one last spring. Vosburgh has spent her entire career in the top half of Boise State's singles lineup and was an All-Mountain West singles selection last season. Bobbi Oshiro was named All-MW in doubles last year and is back for her senior season. Megan LaLone returns after playing all over the Bronco lineup last season. LaLone was an All-MW doubles honoree as a sophomore in 2014.

ABOUT THE PIONEERS: Denver jumped into the ITA national rankings at No. 69 after an upset of then-No. 49 Penn State at the 2016 ITA Kickoff. Sophomore Julia O'Loughlin is the No. 62 singles player in the latest ITA rankings and teams with junior Maureen Slattery to form the No. 44 doubles team in the country.

ABOUT THE BUFFS: Colorado opened the season with a win against Air Force, before splitting a road trip with a loss at New Mexico and a win at UTEP. The Buffs are undefeated on courts one and two in singles so far this season.

LAST TIME OUT: Boise State opened the season Saturday, with a 5-2 win over Weber State.The Broncos responded with five singles victories after dropping the doubles point. Freshman Hannah Kantenwein made her collegiate debut, winning on court three in doubles and singles. Milena Toseva, Bobbi Oshiro and Megan LaLone added straight-set victories of their own to clinch the match.
The Last Meeting
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March 7, 2015
Boise (Appleton Tennis Center)

The Last Meeting
Colorado4
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March 1, 2015
Boise (Boas Tennis Center)
Boise State Comes Up Short Against No. 44 Colorado
Boise State women's tennis took on 44th-ranked Colorado Sunday morning falling 4-1 at the Boas Indoor Tennis Center at Boise.


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