The Broncos as a team go a combined 25-7 in singles and 10-4 in doubles.
Boise State has all three doubles teams alive.
In two days the Broncos are 17-2 in singles and 4-1 in doubles.
Broncos go 4-1 in singles and 1-1 in doubles on first day.
Four Broncos are seeded in singles, as well as one doubles team.
Freshman (2012-13) - Joined the Broncos in the spring of 2013...made debut with a straight-set win against Ethan Vaughn (Montana)...finished with a 24-3 singles record playing primarily at No. 5 where he was 20-0...finished the season on a 19-match win streak...1-1 in doubles play at the No. 3 position.
Other - Came to Boise State just outside the top 200 of the ITF Rankings with a 22-14 record in 2012...traveled to international tournaments including the Copa Guga Kuerten in Brazil, the ITF World Ranking Event in Canada and the Copa Merengue in the Dominican Republic, each of which he advanced to the quarterfinals or further. Tenreiro has shown that he is not only a singles threat as he has made the semifinals or better in each of these events in doubles.