Sunday, April 27, 2014

Tenreiro Closes Out Bronco Sweep

Thomas Tenreiro won the deciding match in Fresno, 6-2, 6-3, as the Broncos swept second-seed New Mexico 4-0.

BREAKING--Boise State Wins Mountain West Tennis Championship

Boise State scores a 4-0 win over second-seed New Mexico to win the Mountain West championship.

This is the second time in the last ten years that Boise State has won three consecutive conference championships in a row.  The Broncos won the WAC from 2005-2007, and now Coach Greg Patton's team has won three straight Mountain West titles.

Bettles Ahead 3-0

Andy Bettles also has a break at #1 singles, after winning the first set 6-3.

Tenreiro Up Two Breaks

Thomas Tenreiro won his first set 6-2, and he is ahead 5-2 in the second set.  If Thomas can finish out, the Broncos are Mountain West Champions.

Boise State Wins Five of Six First Sets

The Broncos playing much better today than yesterday.  Either that, or Nevada should be #2 team in the conference.

Mitchell Wins, 6-3, 6-2

Boise State leads New Mexico, 3-0 in the Mountain West Men's Tennis Championship in Fresno.

Patton Wins, 6-2, 6-4

Boise State is halfway there.

Boise State Grabs Lead In MWC Championship

Patton & McClain win 8-5 at No. 2 doubles, and Mitchell & Sereke win 8-4.  Boise State moves ahead in the match, 1-0.

Patton & McClain Get A Break Also

All three Boise State doubles teams are up a break.  Andy Bettles & Thomas Tenreiro lead 7-6, Patton & McClain are ahead 5-4, while Mitchell & Sereke are ahead 6-3.

Mitchell & Sereke Up A Break

Toby Mitchell and Nathan Sereke are now up 4-1 in No. 3 doubles, as Boise State tries for its third consecutive Mountain West Men's Tennis Championship.  Andy Bettles & Thomas Tenreiro are ahead 4-3 at No. 1 doubles.

Bettles & Tenreiro With An Early Break

Andy & Thomas have a 2-1 lead at No. 1 singles for Boise State.

Mountain West Tennis Championship On Deck

Boise State and New Mexico will meet for the third straight year.  The Broncos will have to play better than yesterday to win. 

Note:  the MWC Women's Championship is not over yet--expected start time for the Broncos:  About 2:50 Mountain Time.