Freshman Ryan Scott teamed up with sophomore Tomasz Gryzb in doubles. They downed Stavridis and Pijoan(9-8) of Idaho State to help the Utes pick up a 6-1 win over the Bengals Feb. 11 at the Eccles Tennis Center.
Feb. 17, 2004
THIS WEEK: The University of Utah men's tennis team matches up against No. 33 Boise State, Thursday Feb. 19 at the Eccles Tennis Center at 5:00 p.m.
REVIEWING LAST WEEK: The Utes downed the Idaho State Bengals 6-1 on Feb. 11 at home. Utah took the lead from the beginning by winning the doubles point and went on to pick up wins at every singles spot except the No. 2. The men's team is now 4-1 in the season.
SCOUTING THE OPPOSITION: Boise State is 4-3 in the season, which opened with a 6-1 win over No. 47 William and Mary. The Broncos are currently ranked No. 33 in the nation and have also defeated Oregon 5-2 and Denver 5-2.
The Broncos went to the USTA/ITA Men's Indoor National Championships Feb. 5-8 in Seattle, Wash. There they suffered losses to No. 10 Kentucky, No. 2 Baylor, and the University of Washington.
QUOTING ASSISTANT COACH Graeme Cox:
"After four confidence building wins in a row we are looking forward to taking on Boise St. on Thursday night. They are the strongest team in our region and went to the NCAA Indoor Championships. Hopefully we will be able to use the home court to our advantage and play a good match against them."