Brian Foley
Brian  Foley


Henderson, Nev.

High School:
K-12 Nevada Virtual Academy



2015-16 In Review: Spring

Bronco freshmen led the way in the last season of the year


Boise State Ranked Second in Region

The ITA released the final regional rankings for 2016 with the Broncos finishing second.


Butters Honored by ITA

The freshman is named ITA Mountain Region Rookie of the Year.


Impressive List of Student-Athletes Graduating

39 Bronco student-athletes will earn their degrees this spring and summer


Boise State Edged by UNLV for MW Title

Mitchell, Butters and Tenreiro all recorded singles victories to lead Broncos.


Men's Tennis 2016 Postseason Honors

Men's Tennis 2016 Postseason Honors


Men's Tennis Drafts Samuel Lee

On April 25, 2016 Boise State's men's tennis team drafted Parma, Idaho's, Samuel Lee to the team as part of the Team IMPACT program.


Men's Tennis vs Michigan State

Men's Tennis vs Michigan State in Boise on March 12, 2016.


Boise State Vs. Fresno State, 2015 MWT Quarterfinal

Boise State versus Fresno State men's tennis during 2015 Mountain West Tournament quarterfinals in Albuquerque, N.M.


Boise State Vs. New Mexico, 2015 MWT Semifinal

Boise State at New Mexico during the 2015 Mountain West Tournament semifinals at Albuquerque, N.M.

  • Honors: Academic All-Mountain West.
  • Went 18-22 overall in singles including a 4-8 mark in fall tournaments and a 14-14 record in spring duals ... went 13-13 at No. 4 singles in the spring.
  • In doubles he went 18-20 overall with a 7-3 record in the fall while going 11-17 in spring duals.
  • Reached the singles flight semifinal at the Dar Walters Boise State Fall Classic going 2-2 at the tournament in Boise (Oct. 3-5).
  • Tallied at 4-3 mark in duals against Mountain West Conference opponents.
  • Defeated regionally ranked Bart Van Leijsen of New Mexico in the MW Tournament semifinals (April 27) to help Broncos upset the Lobos on their home courts.
  • In doubles he competed with Lewis Roskilly, Toby Mitchell, Abe Hewko and Danny Moyer throughout the year ... went 10-5 overall with Mitchell including 5-3 in spring duals, 4-1 versus MW opponents ... also went 5-9 in spring duals with Hewko.
  • Reached the ITA Mountain Region quarterfinals at Las Vegas, Nev. (Oct. 15-19) with Mitchell, the duo finished with a 3-1 mark at the tournament.  

  • Honors: Academic All-Mountain West.
  • Completed his sophomore year with a 21-9 singles mark going 7-4 in fall tournaments and 14-5 in spring duals.
  • Played in three fall competitions with top performance being a 2-1 record to advance to the singles quarterfinals of the Dar Walters Tennis Classic (Oct. 4-6) in Boise.
  • In spring duals played primarily at the sixth position where he went 8-4, but did see action on courts four (1-0) and five (5-1) ... went 3-1 versus Mountain West Conference opponents.
  • Recorded three straight-set conference wins at No. 6 singles over Fresno State’s Ethan Lopez (March 23) 6-1, 6-2; versus Utah State’s Sebastian Schneider (April 5) 7-5, 6-2; and Air Force’s Ali Rizvi (April 19) 7-5, 7-5.
  • In doubles he went 12-2 with a 6-2 record in fall competitions and a 6-0 mark in the spring playing all six matches at No. 3 doubles.
  • In fall tournaments went 2-1 paired with Garrett Patton and 4-1 with Toby Mitchell ... lost in the doubles consolation semifinal of the ITA Mountain Regional in Las Vegas, Nev., (Oct. 16-20) with Mitchell.
  • In spring duals recorded a 2-0 mark with Abe Hewko on court six and went 2-0 paired with Aidan Reid, also at No. 6 doubles.

  • Honors: Academic All-MW and Mountain West Scholar Athlete.
  • Finished freshman year with an 8-4 singles record ... put together a 5-2 fall season in singles ... went 3-2 in dual matches playing on courts five and six.
  • Competed in two fall tournaments making his Bronco debut at the Boise State Fall Classic where he finished 2-1 ... won two matches at the ITA Mountain Regional to reach the round of 32 before falling in three sets.
  • Tallied a 3-3 mark in doubles with one (1-0) win in spring duals.
  • Went 2-3 during two fall competitions while paired with senior Scott Sears.
  • Played in only one dual during the spring semester, an 8-4 victory over Utah State’s Andrew Whiting and Marcus Fritz while paired with Freddy Walsh.

  • Foley is a native of Henderson, Nev., where he played for Coronado High School while attending and graduating from Nevada Virtual Academy.
  • Was ranked as high as No. 2 in the Intermountain Tennis Association youth rankings and as high as No. 37 nationally.
  • Received training as part of the USTA National High Performance Program at the Darling Tennis Center in Las Vegas.

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