Kirsty Venter
Kirsty  Venter


Edinburgh, Scotland

High School:
Erskine Stewarts Melville School




Women’s Tennis Earns Academic Awards

Boise State women's tennis is an ITA All-Academic Team for the 11th time in the last 12 years


Season Ends at MW Championship

Boise State finishes the season 13-9


Broncos Sweep Yotes

Boise State closed the regular season with a 7-0 win


Broncos Fall on the Road

Boise State closes the regular season Sunday at home against College of Idaho


Lobos Take Tight Match

Boise State's last three matches have been decided 4-3


Boise State at MW Championship

Boise State women's tennis took on New Mexico in the opening round of the 2017 Mountain West Championship


Women's Tennis vs College of Idaho

Boise State women's tennis defeated College of Idaho 7-0, April 23, 2017.


Boise State vs Colorado State

Boise State women's tennis defeated Colorado State 5-2, March 31, 2017, at the Appleton Tennis Center.


Women's Tennis vs Montana State

Boise State women's tennis hosted Montana State Feb. 25


Women's Tennis vs LCSC

Boise State women's tennis hosted Lewis-Clark State Friday, Feb. 24.

FRESHMAN (2015-16): Appeared in three fall tournaments and three spring duals...2-1 in singles in spring season, playing all three matches at No. 6 position...2-0 in doubles during spring season...teamed with Nancy Menjivar at No. 3 doubles in both matches...two doubles wins in fall play.

Prior to Boise State: Competed for The Erskine Stewarts Melville School in Edinburgh, Scotland for five years...served as school's overall sports captain in addition to tennis team captain...represented regional team East of Scotland for six years, peaking at No. 32 in LTA British rankings (U16)..helped East of Scotland to second-place finish in Division 2 in 2013, earning promotion to Division 1...recipient of "Full Colours" honor bestowed by teachers and peers at her school...member of the Scottish Touch Rugby National Team...scored five touchdowns at 2015 Touch Rugby World Cup, played in Australia, leading Scotland to an 11th-place finish...first Bronco women's tennis student-athlete from Scotland.

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