Broncos Head to WSU Cougar Classic

Sept. 26, 2013



What’s Happening
The Boise State women’s tennis team continues the 2013 fall season this weekend in Pullman, Wash., at the Washington State Cougar Classic, Sept. 27-29. Boise State is sending all nine players to this 10-team tournament. This is the second of three fall competitions for the Broncos who are coming off an outstanding performance last weekend in Boise where they went a combined 33-14 in singles and doubles at the Jack Taylor Classic.

Representing Boise State
All nine Broncos will be competing this weekend in Pullman with four in the top-flight “Crimson” draw and five in the next flight or the “Gray” draw. Morgan Basil (5-0), last week’s Jack Taylor Classic champion, will lead the foursome in the Crimson flight joined by Sandy Vo (2-1), Megan LaLone (3-2) and Teal Vosburgh (3-1). Participating in the Gray flight for Boise State will be Anissa Bryant-Swift (2-1), Sara Brown (3-1), Kaitlyn Brown (0-0), Bobbi Oshiro (4-1) and Sammie Watson (2-2).

The Washington State Cougar Classic Field
Joining Boise State in Pullman will be their host Washington State, Gonzaga, Idaho, Lewis-Clark State, Montana State, Portland, Portland State, Seattle and Utah State. Boise State, Idaho and Washington State were the top three teams at last week’s Jack Taylor Classic.

A Look at the Bronco Roster
Boise State returned eight letterwinners from last year and added one true freshman in Sara Brown from Tucson, Ariz. The returners include seniors Anissa Bryant-Swift, Morgan Basil and Sandy Vo, the juniors are Kaitlyn Brown and Sammie Watson, while the sophomore class is made up of Megan LaLone, Bobbi Oshiro and Teal Vosburgh.

Last Week at the Jack Taylor Classic
Boise State opened with a strong performance last week at the Jack Taylor Classic in Boise going a combined 33-14 (24-9 in singles, 9-5 in doubles) over the three day event with two championships. The Broncos’ Morgan Basil won the Blue flight singles title and teamed-up with Sandy Vo to win the Blue flight doubles championship. Sophomore Bobbi Oshiro reached the Orange flight singles title match, while Anissa Bryant-Swift and Sammie Watson advanced to the Orange flight doubles championship.


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