Women's Tennis Home Thursday and Friday
March 16, 2016

Boise State vs College of Idaho
Thursday, March 17 | 6 p.m. MT
Boise, Idaho | Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center (weather permitting)
Live Scoring

Boise State vs Lewis-Clark State
Friday, March 18 | 6 p.m. MT
Boise, Idaho | Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center (weather permitting)
Live Scoring

The Last Meeting
College of Idaho0
Boise State7
April 12, 2015
Boise (Appleton Tennis Center)
Boise State Wins 7-0 on Senior Day
Sammie Watson and Kaitlyn Brown both won singles matches to lead Boise State past the College of Idaho 7-0 on Senior Day at the Appleton Tennis Center.

The Last Meeting
Lewis-Clark State0
Boise State7
January 18, 2015
Boise (Boas Tennis Center)
Broncos Sweep LCSC
Boise State's women's tennis team wrapped up the opening weekend of the season with a sweep over Lewis-Clark State Sunday morning in the Boas Indoor Tennis Center at Boise.

THE MATCHES: Boise State women's tennis wraps up a four-match home stand this week, hosting College of Idaho and Lewis-Clark State. The Broncos (4-7) will take on the Yotes Thursday, before hosting the Warriors Friday. Both matches will begin at 6 p.m. MT at Appleton Tennis Center (weather permitting).

PARKING: Parking for home women's tennis matches played outdoors will be available in the West Stadium Lot, between Albertsons Stadium and Taco Bell Arena. Parking is free, but patrons will need to utilize the pay stations to ensure their vehicles are not ticketed. Patrons will need to remember their space number, enter it into the kiosk, then select the tennis tab.

ABOUT COLLEGE OF IDAHO: The Yotes enter the week 3-4 on the year and have not taken the court since March 6. All three victories came against Puget Sound. College of Idaho competes at the NAIA level, where the nine-point scoring format is used with each doubles match counting for a full team point.

ABOUT LEWIS-CLARK STATE: The Warriors are 2-10 on the year and led by Deanri Human's 5-6 singles record in the middle of the lineup. Lewis-Clark State competes at the NAIA level, where the nine-point scoring format is used with each doubles match counting for a full team point.

TURNAROUND TIME: The Broncos enter this week looking to end a four-match skid. Boise State have five nonconference matches remaining before ending the regular season with five consecutive Mountain West matchups which will determine its seeding at the conference championship the final week of April.

LAST TIME: Boise State hosted BYU and UNLV last weekend, dropping a pair of 6-1 decisions. Bobbi Oshiro won her singles match against the Cougars and helped the Broncos take the doubles point against the Rebels.

CONFERENCE PLAY: Boise State opened its Mountain West schedule Sunday, against UNLV. The Broncos won the doubles point, but dropped each of the singles matches. The Mountain West is split into two divisions for women's tennis. The Broncos, members of the Mountain Division, will play New Mexico, Air Force, Wyoming, Colorado State and Utah State in the final three weeks of the season.


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