Broncos on Road for Spring Break
March 20, 2017

Boise State at Dixie State
Wednesday, March 22 | 2 p.m. MT
St. George, Utah

Boise State vs Southern Utah
Friday, March 24 | 10 a.m. PT
Las Vegas

Boise State at UNLV
Saturday, March 25 | 10 a.m. PT
Las Vegas

THE MATCHES: Boise State women's tennis hits the road for spring break, playing three matches in four days. The Broncos (8-4) take on Dixie State, Southern Utah and UNLV. Boise State will play at Dixie State Wednesday (March 22), before traveling to Las Vegas to face the Thunderbirds Friday (March 24), and Rebels Saturday (March 25).

ABOUT DIXIE STATE: The Trailblazers are 6-2 on the year, including a 2-2 mark in the spring season. Lacey Hancock leads the way with a 7-1 singles record, including going 6-1 at the No. 1 position. Dixie State competes at the NCAA Division II level.

ABOUT SOUTHERN UTAH: The Thunderbirds are 1-11 on the season under first-year head coach Rose Ketmayura. Southern Utah has seen the most success at the top of its lineup, including Evgenia Marushko's 5-6 record at the No. 1 position.

ABOUT UNLV: The Rebels are 10-5 this season, with all five losses coming against nationally-ranked teams. Each of UNLV's last four wins have come by sweep. Carol Yang hast two wins over top-15 opponents in singles play this spring. UNLV defeated Boise State 6-1 in Boise last season.

CONFERENCE OPENER: Boise State's Saturday match at UNLV is its first Mountain West competition of the season. The Broncos won their last four league matches last season to finish 4-2 in MW play and earn the No. 5 seed in the conference tournament. The match against UNLV is Boise State's lone cross-divisional match of the season. The Broncos will also take on Mountain Division foes Colorado State (March 31; home), Wyoming (April 2; home), Air Force (April 7; road), New Mexico (April 9; road) and Utah State (April 23; road).

LAST TIME OUT: Boise State picked up its first road win of the season with a 6-1 victory March 12, at Montana. The Broncos fought for third-set victories at each of the top three singles positions on their way to downing the Grizzlies. Anja Dokic, Lilian Poling and Nancy Menjivar all won three-set matches at the top of the lineup to seal Boise State's victory. Kirsty Venter would go on to a 6-3, 6-4 win and earn the Bronco Bandanna as the player of the match. Venter also paired with Manjivar to win at No. 3 doubles and improve to 4-0 as a duo this spring.

The Last Meeting
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March 13, 2016
Boise, Idaho
Rebels Sweep Singles in 6-1 Win
Boise State women's tennis took the doubles point, but could not hand UNLV its first loss of the season as the Rebels won all six singles matches. The Broncos (4-7) dropped a 6-1 decision Sunday, at the Boas Indoor Tennis Center against UNLV (15-0) in Boise State's first conference match of the season.

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