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No. 19 Boise State Hosts No. 46 Virginia Tech and Idaho State
Friday, 03/14/2014
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WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS WEEK

  • Boise State (11-3, 1-0 MW) continues its six-match homestand this weekend when the 19th-ranked Broncos welcome Idaho State and No. 46 Virginia Tech to the Appleton Tennis Center for a doubleheader on Saturday. 


WEEKEND FACTS

  • Idaho State (1-5) at No. 19 Boise State (11-3, 1-0 MW).
  • March 15, 2014 (Saturday) at 10 a.m. (Mountain)
  • Boise, Idaho (Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center)
  • No. 46 Virginia Tech (8-4) at No. 19 Boise State (11-3, 1-0 MW).
  • March 15, 2014 (Saturday) at 5 p.m. (Mountain)
  • Boise, Idaho (Appleton Outdoor Tennis Center)

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QUICK LOOK AT IDAHO STATE

  • Idaho State enters the weekend at 1-5 overall, the Bengals’ lone when came on March 1 in Pocatello, Idaho, over Northern Arizona by a 4-3 score. 
  • Leading the Bengals in singles are Jamey Swiggart who is 2-3 on court one and 3-3 overall this spring in duals. Krzysztof Stempien is 4-1 at No. 2 singles and 4-2 overall this spring. 
  • The doubles team of Josh Goodwin and Stempien have gone 0-3 on court one, while Austin Miller and Swiggart 1-1 at No. 1 doubles and 2-2 on court two.


QUICK LOOK AT No. 46 VIRGINIA TECH

  • The Hokies enter the week at 8-4 overall and ranked 46th-nationally by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. 
  • Virginia Tech played at Washington on Wednesday in Seattle defeating the Huskies 4-0.
  • Leading the Hokies are Amerigo Contini who is 8-2 on court one in singles during duals and 15-5 overall this year. Andreas Bjerrehus is 5-4 at No. 2 singles in duals and is 15-6 overall. 
  • The doubles team of Hunter Koontz and Bjerrehus is 5-1 on court one and 7-1 overall, while Bjerrehus and Contini are 3-1 on court one. Four different pairs have seen time on court two. 


BRONCOS SURGE UP NATIONAL RANKINGS

  • After winning their second-consecutive Blue Gray National Tennis Classic championship in Montgomery, Ala., on Feb. 23rd Boise State catapulted 26 spots up the national rankings to No. 15.
  • After splitting its last two matches a 5-2 loss at No. 43 Oregon and last weekend’s 5-2 home win over No. 42 Minnesota the Broncos are now ranked 19th in this week’s ITA rankings. 

BETTLES NATIONALLY RANKED

  • Bronco senior Andy Bettles has moved from 83rd nationally to No. 60 in the most recent ITA singles rankings (March 11). 
  • He enters the Virginia Tech match with and overall mark of 17-9 and 6-6 in duals while playing on court one.


QUICK LOOK AT BOISE STATE

  • Recently: Boise State saw a nine-match win streak snapped two weeks ago at Oregon. However, they regrouped and defeated No. 42 Minnesota last week 5-2 in Boise. 
  • Record: Boise State is 11-3 overall entering this weekend. Last year the Broncos went 20-10 overall and 8-1 in conference.
  • The Broncos at Home: Boise State is 2-1 at home in 2014. Traditionally the Broncos are hard to beat in Boise. They went 10-1 at home during the 2012-13 season. 
  • Boise State on the Road: The Broncos are 9-2 on the road in 2014 with its two losses coming at then-seventh-ranked Baylor (Jan. 25) 4-0, as well as last week’s 5-2 loss at No. 43 Oregon (March 2). 
  • Roster Review: Boise State returned an experienced squad last fall which has helped the program move up the national rankings. Boise State welcomed back two seniors in Andy Bettles and Nathan Sereke, two juniors, three sophomores, as well as added two freshmen in Brendan McClain and Abe Hewko.


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