Does it seem like the Fiesta Bowl win is having an effect on other sports
Make no mistake about it. Today the 25th ranked Bronco tennis team went in and disposed of #9 Stanford on their home court 6-1 as if the rankings of the two teams should be reversed. After an hour-long rain delay, Coach Greg Patton's crew took to the courts with a mission. Luke Shields, #15 in the country, dropped the first set to Stanford All-American Matt Bruch (#10 in the nation), then dominated the rest of the way, taking the next two sets 6-1 and 6-3.
Brother Clancy Shields (#94) did the same thing against Stanford's Richard Wire, losing 1-6 before coming back to take the match in three sets. Piotr Dilaj put away Blake Muller 6-1, 6-2 and the Broncos were up 3-0.
Eric Roberson also collected a straight sets victory when he downed Stanford's Paul Morrissey 6-1, 6-2. Brent Werbeck joined the victory parade with a straight sets win over Kevin Kaiser of the Cardinal, 6-3-6-3.
Two tiebreakers were all that kept the match from being a shutout. Stanford's Eric McKean
won them both to defeat