Skip to main content

Beach Dawgs Venture To Boise State For Four

Mar 31, 2022


Boise State Beach Classic, Boise, Idaho

Friday, Apr. 1
Washington at Boise State, 10 a.m. Pacific | Live Scores | Live Video
Washington vs. Colorado Mesa, 2 p.m. Pacific | Live Scores

Saturday, Apr. 2
Washington vs. Oregon, 11 a.m. Pacific | Live Scores
Washington at Boise State, 1:30 p.m. Pacific | Live Scores | Live Video

SEATTLE -- Washington Beach Volleyball is back on the road this weekend, heading over and down to Boise, Idaho to take on the Broncos, along with Colorado Mesa and another go with the Oregon Ducks. The Boise State Beach Classic takes place this Friday and Saturday, Apr. 1-2, with live streaming available for the matches between UW and the host Broncos.

Washington will play twice on Friday and twice on Saturday. On Friday, the Huskies start with the Broncos at 10 a.m. Pacific time, then take on Colorado Mesa at 2 p.m. Pacific. The next day the Huskies and Ducks meet for the second time this season, at 11 a.m. Pacific, and then UW ends with a rematch against Boise State at 1:30 p.m.

Continuing to lead the Huskies throughout the first three weeks of action has been Chloe Loreen and Natalie Robinson at the No. 1 spot. The two are now 8-4 on the season and climbing the career wins list at UW. Robinson is now tied for fourth with 35 career wins and Loreen is one win behind her in sixth-place with 34.

Boise State is 11-8 on the season, with six of its eight losses coming against ranked opponents. Rori Chartier and Sierra Land have gone 10-9 in dual play at the top of the Broncos' lineup. Boise State has a 4-1 win over Oregon already under its belt, as well as a split with Arizona State, each team earning a 3-2 win. The Broncos also have two 4-1 losses to Arizona and a 5-0 loss to Cal among other Pac-12 matches. 

The Mavericks of Colorado Mesa are an NCAA DII school with a 10-7 overall record and coming in off a 2-2 week in California. They split a double dual with CSUN, then lost 4-1 at Concordia Irvine and defeated Cal State LA 4-1.

The Huskies will look for payback against the Ducks after a tight 3-2 match went to Oregon last week at the Pac-12 South Invitational. Washington won at the No. 1 and No. 5 positions but lost the middle three, including a couple three setters at two and four. Oregon is 8-8 entering the matches.