No. 38 Boise State Faces Third Straight Ranked Opponent Sunday
BOISE, Idaho - The No. 38 Boise State women's tennis team will try to get back on the winning track, Sunday, when the Broncos host No. 60 Colorado at 12:30 p.m. at the BOAS Indoor Tennis Center, marking the Broncos' third consecutive nationally ranked opponent in just nine days.

Last time out...

Boise State (2-2 overall, 0-0 Western Athletic Conference) enters the weekend with high hopes of rebounding from a pair of tough losses at the 2010 ITA Kick-Off in South Bend, Ind. The Broncos experienced their first defeat of the season on Saturday (Jan. 29) in a 7-0 shutout loss against No. 17 ranked North Carolina.
The Broncos didn't fair much better on Sunday, as they dropped their second straight dual with a 5-2 loss to No. 46 DePaul. Boise State lost the doubles point in both duals and never managed to recover from the early deficit.

Looking at the Buffalo...

Colorado (2-2 overall, 0-0 Big 12) also enters the weekend with a 2-2 overall record, after earning wins over Air Force (6-1) and Utah (4-3). The Buffalo did drop a pair of duals against Vanderbilt (1-6) and Sacramento State (0-4), however.
The Buffalo are led by a trio of players who are currently ranked nationally. In singles, Colorado has two players ranked in the top-100 in Melisa Esposito (No. 64) and Monica Milewski (No. 90). Milewski is also ranked in doubles with teammate Michala Hedelund Jenson (No. 44).
Colorado travels to BYU on Saturday to face the Cougars before heading to Boise State to meet the Broncos on Sunday.

Getting to the match...

Sunday's match will be played at the BOAS Indoor Tennis Center located at 1507 S. Oakland Ave. in Boise. Coming from Boise State, take University Dr. west to Lincoln Ave. Take a left on Lincoln, then a right at Beacon St. At the first stop light, take a left on W. Boise Ave. Turn right on W. Highland St. and follow 0.2 miles. Highland St. will turn into Oakland Ave. The BOAS Indoor Tennis Center is located on the right side.

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