April 22, 2015
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Boise State women's tennis placed three student-athletes on the 2015 All-Mountain West Team, the conference announced Wednesday. Teal Vosburgh earned all-conference honors in singles, while Bobbi Oshiro and Sammie Watson were selected as All-MW doubles performers. It is the first honor for each Bronco.
Vosburgh played No. 1 singles in all six conference matches for Boise State. She finished with a record of 3-3, including a win against Natasha Smith and No. 49 New Mexico. Vosburgh, a junior from Katy, Texas, is 21-14 on the season, with an 8-11 mark in the spring season playing predominantly at the top spot.
Oshiro and Watson comprised the No. 1 doubles team for the Broncos in all six Mountain West matches. The duo won their last three matches in conference play to finish 3-2, with one match unfinished. After going 8-2 in the fall season as a pairing, Oshiro and Watson entered the spring season ranked No. 8 in the ITA Mountain Region.
Watson is a senior from Denver and Oshiro is a junior from Waipahu, Hawaii.
Boise State has landed at least one singles honoree and one doubles pair on the all-conference team in each of the school's four years in the Mountain West.