Broncos Sign Teal Vosburgh

BOISE, Idaho-Boise State women's tennis signed Teal Vosburgh to a National Letter of Intent, head coach Beck Roghaar announced, Tuesday. Vosburgh hails from Katy, Texas, where she is homeschooled and trains at the John Newcombe Tennis Academy.

"We are very excited to have Teal joining our program next fall," Roghaar said. "She is a phenomenal tennis player with tremendous talent and potential."

Vosburgh has enjoyed success at every level as she climbed the junior ranks in Texas. She earned top-five rankings in each the 14, 16 and 18 age groups. As a 15-year-old in 2009, Vosburgh won the Girls 16 Division Championship at the Texas Summer Grand Slam. She has played at the Girls 18 division ever since, ascending into the top five of the state rankings in the highest junior division.

 "The state of Texas is a powerhouse," Roghaar said. "To have one of the top five players in the state coming here to join our team definitely has us feeling that the future is bright."

The lofty rankings in the highly-competitive state of Texas propelled Vosburgh to a top-50 ranking in the United States. Her talents are not restricted to the tennis courts, Vosburgh excels academically as well, which has Roghaar and his staff even more excited about getting her on campus next year.

 "There is no doubt in my mind that she is going to have a very successful career here at Boise State and contribute immensely to our program's success on and off the court," Roghaar said.


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