Boise State Announces 2014-15 Women's Tennis Schedule

GOBRONCOSDOTCOM Head coach Beck Roghaar returns for his fifth season.
GOBRONCOSDOTCOM
Head coach Beck Roghaar returns for his fifth season.
GOBRONCOSDOTCOM

July 30, 2014

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BOISE, Idaho - Boise State head women's tennis coach Beck Roghaar released the Broncos' 2014-15 schedule this afternoon. The slate includes five fall tournaments and 23 spring duals, it also has the Broncos returning to the prestigious Blue Gray National Tennis Classic in Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 20-22.

The 2014 fall slate includes five tournaments stretching from mid-September to Mid-October. The Broncos will open the 2014 fall season by hosting their annual Jack Taylor Classic the weekend of Sept. 19-21 at the Appleton Tennis Center.

That will be followed by trips to Washington State in Pullman, Wash., Sept. 26-28 for the WSU Cougar Classic; the Utah State Duals in Logan, Utah, Oct. 3-5; and the USTA/ITA Mountain Regional Championships in Las Vegas, Nev., Oct. 15-19. In addition, the Broncos could send representatives to the ITA All-American Championship at Pacific Palisades, Calif., Sept. 29-Oct. 4.

The spring team dual season starts at home on Friday, Jan. 16, when Boise State hosts Eastern Washington, followed by a match versus Lewis-Clark State on Sunday, Jan. 18. In all the Broncos will host 12 home duals during the spring including conference contests against Fresno State on Feb. 27, Colorado State March 27 and Wyoming March 29.

Other notable home matches include Colorado on March 1, Idaho State March 6 and Denver on March 7. The home slate will conclude the weekend of April 11-12 when Boise State hosts Portland State on Saturday and the College of Idaho for Senior Day on Sunday.

In addition to the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic, other key road contests this year include matches at Washington State on Jan. 24, at BYU Feb. 6, at Utah Feb. 7 and at Washington March 15. The Broncos will play road league matches at Air Force April 3, at New Mexico April 5 and at Utah State April 18 to close the regular season.

The 2015 MW Championship will take place at Albuquerque, N.M., hosted by the New Mexico Lobos April 21-26.