Broncos Back on the Road at Air Force and New Mexico
April 2, 2015

Friday, April 3 at Air Force
12:30 p.m. | USAFA, Colo.

Sunday, April 5 at No. 49 New Mexico
10 a.m. | Albuquerque, N.M.

The Last Meeting
Air Force1
Boise State6
March 30, 2014
Boise (Appleton OTC)
Boise State Dominates Singles to Defeat Air Force 6-1
Boise State rallied from losing the doubles point to win all six singles matches as the Broncos defeated Air Force 6-1 in a Mountain West Conference women's tennis match.

The Last Meeting
New Mexico3
Boise State4
March 28, 2014
Boise (Appleton OTC)
Boise State Rallies to Defeat New Mexico 4-3
Anissa Bryant-Swift and Sandy Vo led Boise State's rally from one down to defeat the New Mexico Lobos 4-3 in a Mountain West Conference match.

Boise State women's tennis hits the road for the first time in three weeks when it travels to Air Force (Friday at 12:30 p.m.) and New Mexico (Sunday at 10 a.m.). The Broncos are 7-10 on the year, including 1-2 in Mountain West play and 1-1 in the Mountain Division.

About Air Force
The Falcons are 15-5 with a 0-1 record in Mountain West matches. Head coach Kim Gidley is in her 17th season at the helm of the Air Force program. Gidley has compiled a career record of 227-220 and has clinched a sixth consecutive winning season.
The Series: Boise State is 4-1 all-time against Air Force.

About New Mexico
The Lobos are 10-7 on the year and ranked No. 49 in the latest ITA National Rankings. New Mexico won nine of its first 11 matches of the spring, but has dropped five of the last six. The Lobos are coming off a bye week and resume play Thursday, against Utah State.
The Series: New Mexico leads the all-time series 10-8.

On the Road
The Broncos are looking for their first win away from home this spring. Boise State is 0-6 in away and neutral-site matches. Four of the six matches were against nationally-ranked opponents. Two of the last three defeats were by 4-3 decisions.

Second Home
Boise State women's tennis has taken up a second residencein Albuquerque, N.M., this season. The Broncos are making their second trip of the season and will be back at the end of the month for the Mountain West Championships. Albuquerque was also the site of the USTA/ITA Mountain Regional in October. Megan LaLone advanced the furthest of Boise State's contingent, appearing in the quarterfinal round of the consolation singles bracket.

The Heart of the Order
Boise State is getting high-level production from the middle of its singles lineup. Arianna Paules Aldrey has found a home at the No. 3 position, while Bobbi Oshiro is settling in at No. 4. Paules Aldrey is 4-1 on court three and Oshiro owns an identical 4-1 mark on court four. Senior Sammie Watson has also provided a punch, recently moving up to No. 5 in the singles lineup. Watson is 7-1 on the year at No. 6, but got the bump to No. 5 for the Broncos' last match (Sunday against Wyoming), where she won 6-2, 6-2 and improved her record on court five to 2-0 this spring.

» «