Broncos Host Washington State Monday
March 4, 2018

BOISE, Idaho – The Broncos return home to host Washington State on Monday, March 5 at noon. The match will be held at the Boas Indoor Complex.

Monday, March 5, 2018
Washington State at Boise State – 12 p.m. MT
Boas Indoor Complex
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The Last Meeting
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January 24, 2015
Pullman, Wash.
Boise State Falls 6-1 at No. 52 Washington State
Boise State's women's tennis team fell for the first time this semester in a 6-1 loss at No. 52 Washington State Saturday afternoon in Pullman, Wash.

ROAD WARRIORS – The Broncos return home after spending the last six matches on the road. The Broncos went 3-3 in those matches and are riding a two-game winning streak after wins vs. Southern Utah and at Weber State. The Broncos also swept the last two matches, 14-0. Previously the Broncos competed in a tight match at Utah, where they fell 4-3.

SCOUTING WASHINGTON STATE – The Cougars come to Boise off a six-match winning streak, having last beaten BYU on the road on March 3. Overall the Cougars are 13-1 on the season.

PAC-12 FOES – The Broncos are 0-3 in duals against Pac-12 opponents so far on the season. The tightest match was at Utah, where they fell 4-3, but they previously fell 4-3 at Colorado and 4-0 at Arizona. The Cougars will be the first Pac-12 squad to visit Boise this season.

YOUTH IS SERVED: The Broncos boast a lot of experience, despite only having one senior on the squad in Nancy Menjivar. Menjivar won her singles match at No. 6, 6-1, 6-0 vs. Whitman. There is also only one other upperclassmen on the team, in Hanna Kantenwein. Sophomore Anja Dokic, who was ranked nationally in singles as a true freshman in 2017, leads the way, along with fellow sophomores Lilian PolingJovana Kuljanin and Wiktoria Nosek. Freshman Palmer and Timm are already instant contributors.

O CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN: Sophomore Jovana Kuljanin is the captain of the Broncos for the 2018 season. A star on the court and in the classroom, Kuljanin earned the “Bronco Chain” as the Player of the Match last week vs. Lewis-Clark State College, winning doubles with senior Nancy Menjivar at No. 3, 6-2, and winning her match at singles in the No. 6 spot, 6-0, 6-3.

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