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March 29, 2017

Boise State vs Colorado State
Friday, March 31 | Noon MT
Boise, Idaho | Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center
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Boise State vs Wyoming
Sunday, April 2 | 11 a.m. MT
Boise, Idaho | Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center
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THE MATCHES: Boise State women's tennis returns home this weekend to face conference foes Colorado State and Wyoming. The Broncos (10-5) host the Rams (6-8) Friday at noon, before welcoming the Cowgirls (12-3) Sunday, at 11 a.m. Admission is free for both matches.

TAKE IT OUTSIDE: Boise State will play both matches outdoors, weather permitting. It will be the Broncos' first matches of the season at the Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center, located in the middle of campus just west of Taco Bell Arena.

PARKING: Parking for both matches is FREE and will be in the west stadium lot by Bronco Gym and Taco Bell Arena. Patrons will need to print off a ticket from one of the kiosks located throughout the lot and place on your dash. Please remember your parking space number since it will have to be entered at the kiosk. You will be able to select parking for the tennis match at the kiosk and there will be no cost.

ABOUT COLORADO STATE: The Rams are 6-8 on the year, under first-year head coach Jarod Camerota who took over after Jon Messick retired following 27 years as the women's tennis head coach. Colorado State has won its last two matches.

ABOUT WYOMING: The Cowgirls are 12-3 this season, including wins in each of their last three matches. Magdalena Stencel and Dorottya Jonas lead the way individually. Stencel is 8-3 in the spring, with a 7-3 mark at the No. 1 position. Jonas is 11-3, posting an 8-2 record at the No.2 spot.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Boise State freshman Anja Dokic was named Mountain West Player of the Week for women's tennis, the league announced Wednesday. Dokic was unbeaten last week, going 2-0 in singles and 1-0 in doubles, highlighted by a win over 27th-ranked Carol Yang of UNLV. The Perth, Australia, native became the first Bronco to knock off a nationally-ranked singles opponent since 2011. Playing the top singles spot, Dokic defeated Yang 6-1, 0-6, 6-4 on UNLV's home court. She also earned a win at No. 2 singles Friday, against Southern Utah. Dokic is the fourth Bronco to claim the weekly conference award since Boise State joined the Mountain West. Teammate Hanna Kantenwein picked up a player of the week award last season, while current volunteer assistant coach Sandy Vo was a recipient of the honor in 2013. Marlena Pietzuch earned one weekly award in 2012.

LAST TIME OUT: Boise State picked up a pair of wins last week before falling to No. 42 UNLV in its conference opener. The Broncos won 8-1 at Dixie State Wednesday, and downed Southern Utah 6-1 Friday, in Las Vegas. Against the Rebels, freshman Anja Dokic knocked off the nation's 27th-ranked singles player (Carol Yang) to become the first Bronco to record a singles victory against a nationally-ranked opponent since 2011.

The Last Meeting
Boise State4
Colorado State2
April 17, 2016
Fort Collins, Colo.
Broncos Claim 4-2 Win
Boise State women’s tennis took a 4-2 decision Sunday, at Colorado State to complete a weekend road sweep. The Broncos (11-9) fell behind after doubles, but stormed back to win four singles matches and seal the victory.

The Last Meeting
Boise State4
Wyoming3
April 15, 2016
Laramie, Wyo.
Kantenwein Caps Epic Comeback Win
Hanna Kantenwein’s thrilling third-set rally completed a heroic comeback by Boise State women’s tennis Friday, at Wyoming. The Broncos trailed 3-0 before rattling off four straight wins to stun the Cowgirls on their home turf. Kantenwein capped the effort with a come-from-behind win in the third set against Magdalena Stencel at No. 1 singles.


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