The Broncos captured the doubles point when both the #1 team of Thomas Tenreiro and Lewis Roskilly and the #3 team of Brian Foley and Abe Hewko won by identical 6-3 scores.
Action then moved to singles, and Coach Greg Patton's team asserted itself from the opening. Hewko went up on Fresno State's Youssef Hassan 6-1 in the opening set, and Roskilly bounced Eric Komati 6-1 as well at #5 singles. Tenreiro won his first set 6-3 at #2 singles, and Foley took the opening set at #4, 6-3.
After falling behind in the second set 2-0, Hewko came back for a 6-4 win to be the first Bronco to finish his singles match. That made it 2-0 Boise State, then shortly afterwards, Tenreiro won 6-3, 6-1.
Foley and Roskilly lost chances to clinch the match, but meanwhile on court one, Garrett Patton was making a comeback of his own. After losing the first set 6-4, Patton rebounded for a 6-1 win in the second. With Foley and Roskilly unable to clinch matches, attention turned on Garrett, and he came through with a 6-1 win in the third set to give Boise State the 4-0 win.