Let's talk about Tiffany Cole, affectionately known as Tiff, the only senior on the Bronco roster. When people talk about her you understand she is someone special. She may not be the most talented player on Coach Tich's team; she usually plays number 5 or 6 singles and number 2 or 3 doubles, but she is unquestionably a winner and the team leader.
ended her regular season
Bronco Country asked Coach Tichenor to talk about his team.
He began with Tiffany Coll and what an inspiration she is. "She was a warrior from the moment she set foot on the BSU campus." He said. "Even though she suffered through two shoulder surgeries, she had 150 wins in singles and doubles. She is the team leader, goes to all the sports matches and organizes others to go with her. When asked about her individual record, she responds by talking about the team, their record, rankings, and how the team is just getting started."
Coach Tichenor went on about the recent NCAA at-large bid.
NCAA could not have put us in a better place. We get to go somewhere new and
play teams we normally never schedule or see.
Coach Tichenor ended, describing Tiff's reaction to the ESPN tournament draw
announcement. "The look on Tiff's face when
Saving some of the best for last. What is the future for Bronco women's tennis? Ask the coach and he'll tell you…top ten rankings and a national championship. 2007-8 could be the year the team is consistently ranked in the top ten. The ladies, except for Tiffany, will all be back.
So what is needed to become a consistent top ten team? A player to replace Tiffany is needed…a super player, one who will dominate the competition. The big rumor is a world ranked young lady may be arriving soon to join the Broncos, a player so talented she will challenge immediately for the number one spot on the team, and make bigger things happen for Bronco women's tennis.
Look out Bronco
About Coach Mark
Tichenor. He became the Bronco women's
head coach in 1999. He brought with him an outstanding record of winning,
including six Southland Conference Championships at Louisiana Monroe and four
Big Sky Championships at