Jan. 30, 2014
WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEK
- Boise State (2-0, 0-0 MW) opens the 2014 home schedule this weekend against the Weber State Wildcats (1-0) of the Big Sky Conference and the Seattle Redhawks (0-2) out of the Western Athletic Conference.
- All three matches are scheduled to be played at Boise State's Boas Tennis Center at 1507 S. Oakland Avenue in Boise, admission is free.
- Boise State is coming into the home openers off a pair of road wins at Colorado (4-3) and at Northern Colorado (7-0).
- Weber State defeated Idaho State (4-3) in Pocatello, Idaho last weekend.
- Seattle opened the season with a pair of home matches versus Air Force of the Mountain West, dropping both contests.
Weekend Schedule (all times are Mountain)
Friday, Jan. 31
Weber State at Boise State, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 1
Weber State vs. Seattle, 10 a.m.
Sunday, Feb. 2
Seattle at Boise State, 10 a.m.
COACH ROGHAAR ON THIS WEEKEND
- "This weekend's matches are going to be awesome! We couldn't be more ready and excited to be playing in front of our amazing home crowd here in Boise. The atmosphere at the match is going to be electric and our young ladies are going to be ready to go for sure."
- "The match on Friday night is going to be even more special as we have Traejen Kingston joining us as our guest coach. Traejen is an incredible young man and an inspiration to our team. We have so much fun spending time with him, and you won't meet a bigger Bronco fan. He's going to help coach the ladies up and have them ready to go for us."
FOLLOW THE BRONCOS
- On the web at: BroncoSports.com
- On Twitter at: BroncoSportsWTN
- On FaceBook at: Boise State University Women's Tennis
HONORARY COACH FOR THE MATCH
Coach Roghaar on Honorary Coach Traejen
- "Friday night is going to be special not only because of the great tennis, but we will also have a honorary coach with us. Traejen Kingston is a local 12 year old boy who is battling a serious kidney condition."
- "I met Traejen and his family this fall after one of our long time fans told us he had run into Traejen playing some junior tournaments this past summer. Traejen loves playing tennis and is an awesome competitor out there on court. You won't meet a bigger Boise State fan, and I can't tell you how much fun our team and coaches have had spending time with Traejen."
- "He's an incredible young man and an inspiration to all of us here in our program. We want to make his coaching experience a very special one, so please join us Friday night to cheer on Traejen as he leads us against Weber State."
ITA REGIONAL RANKINGS
- Singles: Sophomore Teal Vosburgh is ranked 15th in the ITA Mountain Region, while senior Sandy Vo is tied for 18th.
- Doubles: The doubles team of seniors Sandy Vo and Morgan Basil entered the spring team season ranked tied for 10th.
QUICK LOOK AT BOISE STATE
- The Record: The Broncos are coming into the weekend undefeated at 2-0 after sweeping a pair of road matches last week to open the 2014 team season.
- The Broncos at Home: This is the opening weekend of home matches for Boise State. The Broncos call both the Boas Indoor Tennis Center and the Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center home.
- The Broncos on the Road: Boise State is 2-0 away from Boise State this year with wins at Colorado (4-3) and Northern Colorado (7-0).
- Boise State Singles: During the opening weekend of play Boise State used one lineup: No. 1 Sandy Vo (2-0), No. 2 Teal Vosburgh (1-1), No. 3 Milena Tovseva (2-0), No. 4 Anissa Bryant-Swift (1-1), No. 5 Morgan Basil (2-0) and No. 6 Megan LaLone (2-0). The lineup can change on a match by match basis.
- Boise State Doubles: The Broncos have used one lineup for doubles as well: No. 1 Sandy Vo/Anissa Bryant-Swift (1-0), No. 2 Morgan Basil/Megan LaLone (1-1) and No. 3 Milena Toseva/Bobbi Oshiro (0-1).
- The Coach: Beck Roghaar is in his fourth season at Boise State where he is 2-0 in 2014 and 38-30 overall, his career mark is the same.