Broncos Host Fresno State and Colorado
Feb. 26, 2015

Bronco Weekly: Head coach Beck Roghaar recaps how the Broncos did at the Blue Grey Classic, and looks ahead to this week's home matches against Fresno State and Colorado.


The Last Meeting
Boise State1
Fresno State6
February 23, 2014
Fresno, Calif.
Boise State Falls at Fresno State in MW Opener
The Boise State women's tennis team fell in its Mountain West Conference opener Sunday afternoon 6-1 at Fresno State.

The Last Meeting
Boise State4
January 25, 2014
Boulder, Colo.
Women's Tennis Defeats Colorado 4-3
Morgan Basil defeated Carla Manzi Tenorio to hand the Boise State a season opening victory on the road against the Pacific 12 Conference's Colorado Buffaloes.

  • Match 1:Fresno State (6-3) at Boise State (4-4)
  • Date and Time:Feb. 27 (Friday) at 7 p.m. (Mountain)
  • Location:Boise (Boas Indoor Tennis Center)
  • Match 2:No. 44 Colorado (8-1) Vs. Fresno State (6-3)
  • Date and Time:Feb. 28 (Saturday) at 6 p.m. (Mountain)
  • Location:Boise (Boas Indoor Tennis Center)
  • Match 3: No. 44Colorado (8-1)at Boise State (4-4)
  • Date and Time:March 1(Sunday) at 11 a.m. (Mountain)
  • Location:Boise (Boas Indoor Tennis Center)

The Facility

    • Boise State University's Boas Indoor Tennis Center
    • 1507 S. Oakland Ave., Boise, Idaho
    • 208-426-5737


  • The Broncos (4-4) return home to host two big matches this weekend, including the Mountain West opener versus Fresno State at 7 p.m. Boise State will look to defend its home court where it is undefeated at 4-0 this season.
  • On Saturday Colorado and Fresno State will play at 6 p.m.
  • The weekend will conclude Sunday morning at 11 a.m. when Boise State takes on No. 44 Colorado.
  • All three of the matches will take place at Boise State's Boas Indoor Tennis Center.


  • The Broncos traveled to the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic in Montgomery, Ala., last weekend where they went 0-2. Boise State lost 4-0 to No. 8 Alabama, then 4-1 to No. 60 Princeton. The Broncos lone team point came when they won the doubles point against Princeton. Boise State won doubles on court two where Arianna Paules Aldrey and Megan LaLone won 6-3, as well as on court three where Teal Vosburgh and Milena Toseva also won by a 6-3 score.



  • The Broncos will remain at home next weekend when they entertain Idaho State and Denver.


  • The Record:Boise State enters the weekend 4-4 overall.
  • Last Year:The Broncos went 13-10 overall during 2014 and 4-3 versus Mountain West opponents.
  • The Broncos at Home:Boise State is currently 4-0 at home this year and went 10-4 at home last season competing at both the Boas Indoor Tennis Center and the Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center.
  • Attendance:Boise State finished the 2014 campaign ranked third nationally in total attendance, while the men came in at fourth.
  • The Broncos on the Road:The Broncos are 0-4 on the road this year including going 0-2 at the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic last weekend.
  • Last Year on the Road:The Broncos went 3-6 on the road in 2014.
  • The Coach:Beck Roghaaris in his fifth season as head coach at Boise State where he is 55-44 overall in team duals, his career mark is the same.


  • Megan LaLoneis 5-1 in singles this spring playing primarily on courts three through five, she is a team-best 18-5 overall on the year.
  • JuniorBobbi Oshirois 14-4 overall in singles and has gone 4-2 this spring playing at the four lower positions.
  • The hottest doubles team for the Broncos has been the tandem ofBobbi OshiroandSammie Watson. The pair plays the No. 1 slot where they have gone 4-4 this spring in duals, they are 12-6 overall.


  • Boise State has three players regionally ranked by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). Regional rankings come out once in the spring semester just before the season starts, they are based on fall results.
  • Singles: JuniorTeal Vosburghwent 12-3 in the fall season and begins the 2015 dual season ranked 16th in the ITA Mountain Region, she is the only Bronco ranked for singles.
  • Doubles: The doubles team of seniorSammie Watsonand juniorBobbi Oshiroenter the year ranked eighth in the region after going 8-2 during the fall semester.

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