Women's Tennis Hosts Two More
Feb. 9, 2017

Boise State vs Portland
Friday, Feb. 10 | Noon MT
Boas Indoor Tennis Center
Live Scoring Updates

Boise State vs Idaho State
Sunday, Feb. 12 | 1:30 p.m. MT
Eagle Tennis Center
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THE MATCHES:/b> Boise State women's tennis continues its season-opening home stand this weekend, hosting Portland and Idaho State. The Broncos (3-1) take on the Pilots (1-4) Friday, at noon MT, at the Boas Indoor Tennis Center. Boise State then hosts the Bengals (2-1) Sunday, at the Eagle Tennis Center as part of a simultaneous double header with the men's team beginning at 1:30 p.m. MT.

LAST TIME OUT:/b> Boise State women's tennis notched a pair of home wins last weekend. The Broncos downed Seattle 6-1 Friday, before claiming a 7-0 sweep Sunday, against Weber State. Anja Dokic and Nancy Menjivar rolled through the weekend without dropping a set. Dokic won twice at No. 3 singles, while earning doubles wins at No. 1 and No. 2. Menjivar was victorious at No. 4 and No. 5 singles, in addition to a pair of doubles wins on court three.

UNIQUE EVENT:/b> Boise State men's and women's tennis is joining forces for a simultaneous double header across 12 courts Sunday, at the Eagle Tennis Center. The Bronco women will take on Idaho State, while the men face Utah. Both matches begin at 1:30 p.m., starting with doubles action.

PERFECT POLING:/b> Freshman Lilian Poling helped the Broncos to a pair of wins last week, winning each time she took the court. Poling recorded two wins at the No. 2 singles position, as well as one win each at the No. 1 and 2 doubles spots. The freshman is 3-0 overall in singles, playing No. 2 in the lineup each timeout, and 3-1 in doubles.

HOME COOKING:/b> The Broncos will play at home in 10 of their first 11 matches this spring, and host 13 home matches total this season. Boise State hosts two Pac-12 opponents (Colorado and Oregon) in addition to perennial top-50 programs in Portland and Denver.

YOUTH IS SERVED:/b> Boise State women's tennis features four freshmen, two sophomores and two juniors. The incoming group was named the No. 25 recruiting class in the country last season and sophomore Hanna Kantenwein returns after being named All-Mountain West as a freshman.

MELTING POT: Each member of the 2016-17 Bronco roster represents a different country. The Broncos hail from Australia, El Salvador, Germany, Poland, Scotland, Serbia, Spain and the United States. Assistant coach Kristian Widen adds his own stamp as an Sweden native. Undergraduate assistant coach Naomi de Hart is from The Netherlands.

The Last Meeting
Boise State2
Portland4
March 5, 2016
Eugene, Ore.
Pilots Rally to Beat Broncos
Portland won a pair of third sets to rally from a 2-0 deficit and knock off Boise State 4-2 Saturday, in Eugene, Ore. The Broncos (4-4) claimed the doubles point but the Pilots recorded wins at the top four singles positions to earn the comeback win.

The Last Meeting
Idaho State2
Boise State5
February 19, 2016
Crane Creek Country Club
Broncos Get Back on Track
Boise State women's tennis downed Idaho State 6-1 Friday, at Crane Creek Country Club in Boise. The Broncos (3-3) won the doubles point with three big victories before taking the first three singles matches in straight sets. It is Boise State's second 6-1 win over the Bengals (2-4) in the last two weeks.


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