Broncos at Bengals Saturday
Feb. 5, 2016

Boise State (1-2) at Idaho State (1-1)
Saturday, Feb. 6 | 1 p.m. MT | Pocatello, Idaho (Reed Gym)

THE MATCH: Boise State (1-2) continues a four-match road swing Saturday, at Idaho State (1-1). It is the third of four consecutive matches on the road for the Broncos.

REMATCH COMING: Saturday marks the first of two matches between Boise State and Idaho State. The Broncos will host the Bengals Feb. 19, at Crane Creek Country Club. The match will start at 6 p.m., and will be the first of two home matches that weekend for Boise State.

LAST TIME: The Broncos dropped a pair of matches in Colorado last weekend, falling at No. 69 Denver, 5-2, and Colorado, 7-0. Boise State took the doubles point against Denver before Bobbi Oshiro notched the lone singles win on the weekend.

KANTENWEIN MOVES UP: Freshman Hanna Kantenwein moved up to No. 2 in Boise State's singles lineup Sunday, at Colorado. Kantenwein went toe-to-toe with Nuria Ormeno Ruiz, before falling in three sets 6-1, 5-7, 7-5. Ruiz won the singles title at the ITA Mountain Regional Championship in the fall. Kantenwein won at No. 3 singles in her collegiate debut against Weber State (Jan. 23).

2016 SIGNING CLASS NATIONALLY RANKED: For the first time in program history, Boise State women’s tennis has a recruiting class ranked in the nation’s top 25. According to a media poll taken by, Boise State’s incoming class is tied for 25th-best in the country. The deep Bronco class is led by five-star prospect Lilian Poling of West Point, N.Y. Poling owns a 10.32 rating in the Universal Tennis Rating System. Wilhelmina Palmer of Sweden ranks No. 458 in the ITF World Junior Rankings and owns a 10.57 UTR rating, the highest of Boise State’s three signees. Four-star recruit Jovana Kuljanin of Murrieta, Calif., boasts a 9.17 UTR score. In college tennis, the “power conferences” are referred to as the five traditional resource conferences plus the Ivy League. Boise State was one of two schools from outside those six leagues to crack the recruiting rankings. The Broncos were joined William & Mary (Colonial Athletic Association; No. 21) as the only non-power-conference entries in the top 25. Boise State was the only Mountain West team to receive a vote in the poll.

The Last Meeting
Idaho State0
Boise State7
March 6, 2015
Boise (Appleton Tennis Center)
Boise State Cruises Past Idaho State
Boise State's women's tennis team cruised past instate-rival Idaho State 7-0 Friday afternoon at the Appleton Tennis Center in Boise.

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