EYEBRONCO: Bronco Weekly Sports Wrap for Jan. 23

EYEBRONCO: Bronco Weekly Sports Wrap for Jan. 23

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - This week's edition of the Bronco Weekly Sports Wrap features the beginning of the men's and women's tennis seasons, the latest from both men's and women's basketball and a special interview with Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C) president and volleyball player, Lexi Williamson, who talks about S.A.A.C's upcoming t-shirt drive. 

Hosts John Nash and Lauren Matheson review the week in Santa Clara athletics including interviews with West Coast Conference Player of the Week Kevin Foster. Foster grabbed WCC Player of the Week honors for the second time this season after averaging 27.5 points per game in two road victories that included his first career double-double with a 27-point and 10-rebound outing at San Francisco on Jan. 17.

EYEBRONCO reporter and women's basketball guard Nici Gilday caught up with her teammate Telisha Anderson to get an inside look at the upcoming week for the women's basketball team. The Broncos are currently 4-1 in WCC play and have held their opponents to under 50 points in two consecutive games. 

The BWSW features interviews from men's tennis coach, Derek Mills, who talked about the team's 2-0 start and their upcoming trip to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Kickoff Weekend in Berkeley, Calif. Also hear from women's tennis coach, Ben Cabell, who spoke about the women's tennis team's opening weekend at Cal Winter Invite. Their weekend was highlighed by Katie Le, who is ranked No. 26 nationally. Le picked up an impressive victory over No. 9 Annett Schutting of Cal. 

Also, volleyball's Williamson - who serves as the S.A.A.C president - sat down with EYEBRONCO reporter Cali Reis of the women's soccer team to discuss S.A.A.C's t-shirt drive. 

Matheson also caught up with men's basketball forward Marc Trasolini who spoke about his senior season. The native of Vancouver, British Columbia also spoke about men's soccer player Erik Hurtado getting drafted No. 5 overall in the MLS draft to Trasolini's hometown team, the Vancouver Whitecaps. 

Go Broncos!