Boise State Hosts Jack Taylor Classic
Teal Vosburgh returns with a 19-12 singles record from 2013-14.
Sept. 18, 2014

Jack Taylor Classic Live Stats

 
 
THIS WEEK FOR THE BRONCOS
  • Boise State women’s tennis kicks-off the fall season this weekend when they host the annual Jack Taylor Classic at the Appleton Tennis Center (outdoor) and Boas Tennis Center (indoor) in the first of five fall tournaments for the Broncos and the only home event this semester.
  • The tournament starts Friday morning at 10 a.m. (Mountain) at both locations and ends on Sunday.
  • The Broncos welcome the Montana Grizzlies, Washington State Cougars and Weber State Wildcats to town for this event.
  • Parking for the Jack Taylor Classic will be on the fourth and fifth floors of the Lincoln Parking Garage.
 
THIS WEEKEND'S SCHEDULE
 
Friday at 10 a.m. (doubles only)
  • Boise State vs. Weber State at the Appleton Tennis Center
  • Washington State vs. Montana at the Boas Tennis Center
 
Friday at 12 p.m. (singles only)
  • Boise State vs. Montana in singles at the Appleton Tennis Center
  • Washington State vs. Weber State in singles at the Boas Tennis Center
 
Saturday at 10 a.m. (doubles only)
  • Boise State vs. Montana in doubles at the Appleton Tennis Center
  • Washington State vs. Weber State in doubles at the Boas Indoor Tennis Center
 
Saturday at 12 p.m. (singles only)
  • Boise State vs. Washington State in singles at the Appleton Tennis Center
  • Montana vs. Weber State in singles at the Boas Tennis Center
 
Saturday at 4 p.m. (singles only)
  • Washington State vs Montana at the Appleton Tennis Center (live stats are questionable for this session)
 
Sunday at 8 a.m. (doubles only)
  • Boise State vs. Washington State at the Appleton Tennis Center
  • Montana vs. Weber State at the Boas Tennis Center
 
Sunday at 10 a.m. (singles only)
  • Boise State vs. Weber State at the Appleton Tennis Center
  • Washington State vs. Montana at the Boas Tennis Center
 
 
NEW NCAA SCORING FORMAT
  • This weekend’s tournament will debut the new NCAA scoring format listed below: 
  • No-ad scoring in singles and doubles.
  • Three doubles matches played with no-ad scoring, each match one set to 6, with a tie-break at 6-all.
  • Followed (after a 10 minute intermission) by six singles matches with no-ad scoring, each match 2 out of 3 sets, with  tie-breaks at 6-all.
  • No Warm-up with opponents (in doubles and in singles)
  • Clinch/Clinch: For team duals once the doubles point has been clinched, the remaining doubles match shall be stopped.  And in singles, once the team match has been clinched, any remaining singles matches shall be stopped (unless otherwise agreed upon by both coaches prior to the start of the dual meet match).
 
 
ABOUT THE BRONCOS
  • What’s Back: Boise State returns six letterwinners from 2013-14 in Kaitlyn Brown (Sr. - Boise, Idaho), Megan LaLone (Jr. - Stanwood, Wash.), Bobbi Oshiro (Jr. - Waipahu, Hawaii), Milena Toseva (So. - Stuttgart, Germany), Teal Vosburgh (Jr. - Katy, Texas) and Sammie Watson (Sr. - Denver, Colo.).
  • What’s New: The Broncos welcomed Arianna Paules Aldrey (Fr. - A Coruna, Spain) and Naomi de Hart (Fr. - Wanneperveen, The Netherlands) to the squad this August. Both were highly successful youth players in their respective countries and in Europe.
  • Megan LaLone returns with the most singles victories last season going 22-11 overall, followed by Teal Vosburgh at 19-12.
  • The Broncos have gone 13-10 each of the last two years and are looking to start their rise in the region in 2014-15. 
  • Boise State has always enjoyed solid fan support from Bronco Nation finishing last season ranked third nationally in attendance.
  • Coach Beck Roghaar enters his fifth season at the helm of the Boise State program earning a 51-40 duals record in his first four seasons.
  • Boise State’s women’s tennis team raked in the academic honors for this past year. They received a team academic award from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) as the Broncos earned a combined 3.375 GPA. In addition to having four members of the squad recognized individually in Kaitlyn Brown, Anissa Bryant-Swift, Megan LaLone and Bobbi Oshiro

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