Boise State

Idaho colleges roundup: Boise State men’s tennis falls in NCAA Tournament

The Broncos (15-16) were shut out by No. 18 South Florida 4-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday morning. Boise State’s Thomas Tenreiro and Lewis Roskilly earned an 8-6 upset over the 28th-ranked team of Oliver Pramming and Justin Roberts in No. 1 doubles, but the Bulls (22-6) won the other two doubles matches to win the point, then earned straight-set victories in the No. 3, 5 and 6 singles matches to clinch the victory.

IDAHO MEN’S TENNIS: The Vandals (16-12) lost to No. 8 USC 4-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Los Angeles.

BSU WOMEN’S GOLF: Sophomore Genevieve Ling shot a 7-over 79 in the second round of the NCAA East Regional in Raleigh, N.C., and fell into a tie for 50th place. After three birdies and 10 bogeys Friday, Ling enters Saturday seven or eight strokes out of an individual national qualifying spot.

BSU SOFTBALL: The Broncos (12-41, 4-19 Mountain West) spotted Utah State 10 runs, but nearly completed the comeback in a 10-9 loss at Dona Larsen Park. Senior catcher Hailey Torrez homered twice and had four RBIs for Boise State.

BSU FOOTBALL: Ten members of the program will graduate Saturday: defensive lineman Rob Ash (general business), former safety Corey Bell (general business), former cornerback Bryan Douglas (communication), former quarterback Grant Hedrick (criminal justice), defensive lineman Tyler Horn (communication), former safety Taylor Loffler (general business), former safety Dillon Lukehart (general business and human resource management), safety Mercy Maston (communication), former tight end Kyle Sosnowski (social science) and former wide receiver Troy Ware (communication).

NORTHWEST NAZARENE BASEBALL: The Crusaders (29-28) lost twice to Western Oregon, 7-2 and 4-3, in the final of the GNAC Tournament in Billings, Mont. The Wolves won the double-elimination tournament after losing to the Crusaders on Thursday.

NNU TRACK AND FIELD: Caitlin Curtis (140 feet, 11.25 inches) finished second in the women’s discus at the GNAC Championships in Monmouth, Ore. Taylor VanValey (women’s shot put, 44-7.5), Cole Hoberg (men’s high jump, 6-5) and Michael Gordon (men’s steeplechase, 9:17.68) finished third in their events. Freshman Lexi Tubbs set a school record in the women’s 100 preliminaries (14.23).

NNU MEN’S BASKETBALL: The Crusaders introduced India national team coach Scott Flemming as their new head coach. Flemming, who before three years in India was an assistant coach for the NBADL’s Texas Legends, has a 440-273 collegiate record from stints at Nyack College (N.Y.) and Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio).

IDAHO STATE SOFTBALL: The Bengals (34-18) lost to Weber State 9-1 and Sacramento State 10-6 at the Big Sky Tournament in Pocatello. ISU is eliminated.

ISU VOLLEYBALL: The Bengals named Rick Reynolds their new head coach.

  Comments