Cougar Tennis Set to Take on Boise State
Feb. 28, 2006
This Week - Washington State tennis team takes a break from Pacific-10 Conference play as it hosts Boise State Sunday, March 5, at 11 a.m. in Pullman, Wash...in case of inclement weather the match will be moved to Lewiston, Idaho at the same time.
Scouting Boise State - The Broncos enter Sunday's match ranked No. 73 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association...Boise State comes to Pullman with an 8-2 record and has won six of its last seven matches.
Last Time Out With The Broncos - The last time the Cougars met BSU in dual match play was during the 2002-03 season...Washington State defeated the then-ranked No. 58 Broncos, 5-2.
Cougar Classic - The Cougars got a glimpse of BSU in the fall during the Cougar Classic...Ekaterina Burduli captured the title in flight A over Boise State's Jana Mackova, 6-3, 6-2...Marjolein van de Ven and doubles tandem Amy Toth and Bianca Selaru all finished 2nd in their respective flights against their BSU opponents.
Toth's Winning Percentage - Junior Amy Toth continues to lead the team in winning percentage with a .700 winning percentage (14-6).