Patton Lossner Joins 2018-19 Women's Tennis Recruiting Class
BOISE, Idaho - Boise State women's tennis adds Corey Patton Lossner to its recruiting class for 2018, head coach Beck Roghaar announced today.

Patton Lossner joins the previously announced Emily Strande, Sydney Binder, Camryn Moortgat and Francesca Trella as the recruiting class of 2018, joining the reigning Mountain West Mountain Division champion squad.

Patton Lossner is the 13th-best recruit in the Mountain Region, and the eighth-ranked recruit in Colorado according to tennisrecruiting.net. She played her high school tennis at Cheyenne Mountain High School.

On Patton Lossner, Roghaar said, "Corey is a truly exceptional person. Her maturity and drive to excel at everything she does is second to none. She brings a strong all court game, tons of leadership capabilities, and an attitude that embodies our program's attitude and vision for the future. She loves the game and loves to push herself. She's going to be a phenomenal addition to our squad and I can't wait to see the impact I know she'll make for us on and off the court."

Get to Know Patton Lossner:

Why Boise State: - "I chose Boise State because I have been given an incredible opportunity to make my dream of playing D1 tennis come true as well as I get the chance to pursue the military and my education all at the same place."

On what she will bring to the team? - "I am a hard worker and love to see myself and others succeed. So the best quality that I believe I will bring will be my encouraging spirit for my teammates and being able to push myself as well as my teammates."

On Coach Roghaar - "Coach Roghaar is another major reason I decided to go to Boise because he is just an amazing coach and person. He really seems to love what he does and puts his heart and soul into the job even while juggling the responsibilities of having two young adorable kids at home and his wife. I don't know how he does it all, but he does and he does it all well. I am very excited to see how I'll grow as a player and person under his mentorship."

Biggest strength on the court - "The fact that I am an all court player would for sure be my biggest strength."

What are some fun facts about you? - "When I was five my father started getting me into extreme sports like ice climbing, rock climbing, and kayaking. I really enjoy the outdoors and traveling as well as reading, writing and photography."


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