BOISE, Idaho - Boise State head women's tennis coach Beck Roghaar announced today the signing of prep standout Megan Lalone to a national letter of intent. Lalone comes to Boise State from Stanwood, Wash., where she is currently a senior at Stanwood High School. The freshman-to-be will join the team this fall.
"We are delighted to have Megan joining our program next fall," said Roghaar. "She is a very talented player who possesses the exact attitude and drive we look for in members of our program. Megan's future at Boise State is very bright as we see so much potential in her both on and off the court. Megan is going to make a great Bronco!"
Lalone comes to Boise State with great credentials being ranked third in the USTA's Pacific Northwest Region and has been as high as 89th nationally for the 2012 class. She is a three-time 4A Washington state medalist taking second in 2010 and 2011, while placing fourth in 2009. Lalone is a team captain of her high school team. Other honors include being named the Skagit Valley Tennis Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010. The future Bronco is as successful on the court as she is off it with a 3.85 grade point average and a member of the National Honor Society.