Broncos Head to West Point
Sept. 22, 2016

Tournament Draws

Boise State women's tennis travels to the other side of the country this weekend, for the West Point Invitational hosted by Army. Hanna Kantenwein earned the No. 1 seed in the top singles draw at the 18-team tournament that will run Friday through Sunday.

TOURNAMENT FORMAT: There are four singles brackets and two doubles brackets. The top three singles and top doubles draws will be played at the Malek Tennis Center (outdoor) and the remaining draws will be played at the Lichtenberg Tennis Center (indoor). All but one of Boise State's matches are scheduled to be played outdoors.

BRONCO LINEUP: Hanna Kantenwein, Lilian Poling, Nancy Menjivar, Milena Toseva and Kirsty Venter will represent Boise State at the West Point Invitational. Kantenwein (1) and Menjivar (7) are both seeded entries in the top singles draw. Poling and Toseva will battle through the second flight, with Poling carrying the No. 1 seed in the bracket. Venter will play in the third flight of singles.

Katenwein and Toseva are scheduled to play together in doubles as the No. 1 seed in the top draw. Poling and Menjivar are just behind, claiming the No. 2 seed in the top draw. Venter will team up with Amy Zammarieh of Quinnipiac in the second flight of doubles.

HOMECOMING: Freshman Lilian Poling arrived at Boise State over the summer from West Point, N.Y. Poling returns to her hometown this weekend for the third tournament of her collegiate career. Her father, Jim Poling, is the head coach for Army's men's tennis program.

MEET THE BRONCOS: Six Broncos will suit up for Boise State women's tennis this fall, including five returners from a year ago. Milena Toseva begins her senior season, while juniors Nancy Menjivar and Arianna Paules Aldrey join Toseva as upperclassmen. Hanna Kantenwein is back for her sophomore season after earning All-Mountain West singles honors as a freshman. Kirsty Venter also enters her sophomore season. Freshman Lilian Poling is the lone newcomer for the fall. Poling was a five-star recruit as a prep out of West Point, N.Y.

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