#23 Boise State blitzed the field in this year's WAC Tennis Championships, rolling to another 4-0 win today to earn its third straight league title. The Broncos are going to the Big Dance for the third straight year.

Boise State has done it.  Coach Greg Patton's Bronco tennis team captured its third consecutive Western Athletic Conference championship with a dominating 4-0 win over highly-regarded Fresno State.


 The 23rd-ranked Broncos put on a dazzling display of doubles before a crowd of over 800 at the Appleton Tennis Center this afternoon, collecting two wins to earn the point.  They then mowed down the Bulldogs in straight sets with first Blake Boswell, then Luke Shields and finally Steve Robertson earning victories. 


The win by the Bronco netters ties the school record for WAC Championships that was set last year with four.  The Fiesta Bowl Champion football team, the Bronco women's basketball squad and the men's indoor track team all have league trophies proudly displayed for their efforts this season.


Boise State automatically qualifies for the NCAA National Tournament once again this year—the team will learn its fate Tuesday at 2:30 when the Selection Show is featured on ESPN.


Kudos to the Three-Peat Champion Broncos!

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