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This article is about the Boise State tennis program. For Boise State athletics, see Boise State Broncos. Boise State Broncos tennis University Boise State University Conference WAC West Division Location Boise, ID Head Coach Greg Patton (1994-1997, 2003- year) Stadium BOAS Tennis Center Nickname Broncos Colors Blue and orange               The Boise State Broncos tennis program represents Boise State University in the Western Athletic Conference. The program has a long history, several notable accomplishments and has several notable alumni. Contents 1 Current coaching staff 2 Head coaches 3 Year-by-year Conference results Men 3.1 NCAA tourney appearances and results 3.2 Conference championships 4 Year-by-year Conference results Women 5 NCAA tourney appearances and results 6 Conference championships 7 Honors 7.1 College Tennis Hall of Famers 7.1.1 Players 7.2 Individual awards 7.2.1 NCAA 8 Current ATP players 9 Current WTA players 10 Notable former tennis players 10.1 Men 10.2 Women 11 References 12 External links 12.1 Women's // Current coaching staff Name Position Years at BSU Greg Patton Men's Head coach 8 Morgan Shepherd Men's Assistant head coach 3 Mark Tichenor Women's Head coach 6 Hadley MacFarlane Women's Assistant head coach 1 Head coaches Name Years Seasons Won Lost Tie Pct. Greg Patton 1994–1997 6 70 36 2 .657 [[??]] 1998–2002 0 0 0 0 .000 Greg Patton 2003–present 23 355 254 0 .583 All-Time 54 799 477 2 .625 Year-by-year Conference results Men Season Coach Record Notes Overall Conference Western Athletic Conference 1954? Coach 0-0 0-0 1990 Kent DeMars 17-9 — Metro Tournament Champions; NCAA Sweet 16 1991 Kent DeMars 17-9 — Metro Tournament Champions; NCAA Quarterfinals Southeastern Conference 1992 Kent DeMars 8-14 3-8 1993 Kent DeMars 11-11 3-8 1994 Greg Patton 19-8 6-5 1995 Greg Patton 12-16 1-10 NCAA First Round 1996 Greg Patton 13-11 3-8 NCAA First Round 1997 Greg Patton 17-10 4-7 NCAA Third Round 1998 Kent DeMars 21-8 5-6 NCAA Sweet 16 1999 Kent DeMars 18-12 5-6 NCAA Second Round 2000 10-13 3-8 NCAA Second Round Western Athletic Conference 2001 0-0 0-0 NCAA First Round 2002 Kent DeMars 0-0 0-0 NCAA Second Round 2003 Greg Patton 0-0 0-0 NCAA First Round 2004 Greg Patton 0-0 0-0 NCAA First Round 2005 Greg Patton 0-0 0-0 NCAA Sweet 16 WAC Tennis Champions[1] 2006 Greg Patton 14-15 5-6 NCAA First Round 2007 Greg Patton 0-0 0-0 NCAA tourney appearances and results [2] Year and bowl Winning team Losing team 1999 Boise State 0 0 2000 Boise State 0 0 2001 Boise State 0 0 2002 Boise State 0 0 2003 Boise State 0 0 2004 Boise State 0 0 2005 Boise State 0 0 2006 Boise State 0 0 2007 Boise State 0 0 2008 Boise State 0 0 Conference championships Year Championship Record 1973 Big Sky Conference 0-0 (0-0) 1974 Big Sky Conference 0-0 (0-0) 1999 Big West Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2000 Big West Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2002 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2003 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0)[3] 2004 Western Athletic Conference 11-1 (8-0) 2005 Western Athletic Conference 9-4 (7-1) [3] 2006 Western Athletic Conference 18-6 (0-0) 2007 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2008 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2009 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) Year-by-year Conference results Women Season Coach Record Notes Overall Conference Western Athletic Conference 1954? Coach 0-0 0-0 1990 Kent DeMars 17-9 — Metro Tournament Champions; NCAA Sweet 16 1991 Kent DeMars 17-9 — Metro Tournament Champions; NCAA Quarterfinals Southeastern Conference 1992 Kent DeMars 8-14 3-8 1993 Kent DeMars 11-11 3-8 1994 Greg Patton 19-8 6-5 1995 Greg Patton 12-16 1-10 NCAA First Round 1996 Greg Patton 13-11 3-8 NCAA First Round 1997 Greg Patton 17-10 4-7 NCAA Third Round 1998 Kent DeMars 21-8 5-6 NCAA Sweet 16 1999 Kent DeMars 18-12 5-6 NCAA Second Round 2000 10-13 3-8 NCAA Second Round Western Athletic Conference 2001 0-0 0-0 NCAA First Round 2002 Kent DeMars 0-0 0-0 NCAA Second Round 2003 Greg Patton 0-0 0-0 NCAA First Round 2004 Greg Patton 0-0 0-0 NCAA First Round 2005 Greg Patton 0-0 0-0 NCAA Sweet 16 WAC Tennis Champions[4] 2006 Greg Patton 14-15 5-6 NCAA First Round 2007 Greg Patton 0-0 0-0 2007 Greg Patton 0-0 [5] NCAA tourney appearances and results Year and bowl Winning team Losing team 1999 Boise State 0 0 Conference championships Year Championship Record Champions 1973 Big Sky Conference 0-0 (0-0) 1974 Big Sky Conference 0-0 (0-0) 1999 Big West Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2000 Big West Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2002 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2003 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) #1[3][6] 2004 Western Athletic Conference 11-1 (8-0) 2005 Western Athletic Conference 9-4 (7-1) [3] 2006 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) 2007 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) [7] 2008 Western Athletic Conference 0-0 (0-0) Honors College Tennis Hall of Famers Players Greg Patton - Player, 1900-1900 Individual awards NCAA Current ATP players Wesley Moodie - Men's, 1998-2000 Current WTA players Name - S;D;M Notable former tennis players Former BSU Tennis players that have become notable outside of tennis. Men Steve Appleton - Men's, 0000-0000 Women References ^ Boise State wins 2nd WAC Tennis Championship (Men's). ^ WAC Men's Final 2006 ^ a b c d Boise State Wins Second WAC Men's Tennis Championship ^ Boise State wins 2nd WAC Tennis Championship (Men's). ^ Boise State's Luke and Clancy Shields Fall in Round of 16 at NCAA Doubles Championships ^ Weekly Women's Tennis Notes (Apr. 1) ^ Boise State and Fresno State Head to NCAA Women's Tennis Championship External links Bronco Nation - "The Pride & Commitment of Boise State Fans" BroncoCountry.com - Bronco Sports Forum and Recruiting information Website Blue-Turf.com - Boise State athletics message forum and recruiting website - WAC Links - Links to all WAC school's sports websites NCAA.org - Football records Boise State garners one championship vote in final AP poll Women's Boise State University - 08-09 Women's Tennis Schedule Women's Recruiting v • d • e Boise State University Academics and research Arts & Sciences · Business and Economics · College of Engineering · College of Health Sciences · Albertsons Library · Boise State Business Institute · Athletics Broncos · Athletic Director · Football (2007 Fiesta Bowl · 2009  · coach) · Basketball · Tennis · WAC · MWC (Joining 2011)  · Bronco Stadium · Taco Bell Arena · Morrison Center · Campus Recreation Center Campus life Boise, Idaho · Downtown · Boise Towne Square Mall · Boise River Greenbelt · Julia Davis Park · Bogus Basin Ski Resort · KBSU Radio · The Update · The YearBook · People and history President · Faculty · Alumni · Athletes · History v • d • e Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Boise State (Broncos) (leaving in 2011) • Fresno State (Bulldogs) (leaving in 2012) • Hawaiʻi (Rainbow Warriors/Rainbow Wahine) • Idaho (Vandals) • Louisiana Tech (Bulldogs/Lady Techsters) • Nevada (Wolf Pack) (leaving in 2012) • New Mexico State (Aggies) • San José State (Spartans) • Utah State (Aggies) v • d • e Sports teams based in the State of Idaho Baseball NWL: Boise Hawks - Pioneer League: Idaho Falls Chukars Basketball D-League: Idaho Stampede Ice hockey ECHL: Idaho Steelheads, WSHL: Idaho Jr. Steelheads College athletics (NCAA Div. I) Boise State Broncos • Idaho Vandals • Idaho State Bengals (NAIA) College of Idaho Coyotes • Lewis-Clark State College Warriors (NJCAA) College of Southern Idaho Golden Eagles • North Idaho College Cardinals This article about a sports team or club is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This tennis-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e