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BYU Men's Tennis To Host Broncos

Coming off a weekend that saw the 40th-ranked BYU men's tennis team defeat two non-conference opponents, the Cougars will host No. 26 Boise State in a dual match Saturday (Feb. 26) at noon.

The Broncos are led by a pair of seniors, Leif Meineke and Wesley Moodie. Meineke and Moodie are currently ranked 14th in the nation in doubles. They are both ranked in the top 100 in singles with Meineke at No. 42 and Moodie currently at No. 74.

The doubles team of Meineke and Moodie could potentially face the 15th-ranked doubles team in the country, BYU's Damien Ward and Gert Vilms. Ward and Vilms are currently 22-7 overall.

Another strength for the Cougars is the doubles team of Nic Losee and Carlos Lozano. They are currently ranked No. 22 and defeated Meineke and Moodie 8-3 during the fall season.

The first 125 fans get free pizza and drinks.