1. Boise State is led by freshman Sierra Nobley, who's been one of the best outside hitters in the conference. Nobley leads the Mountain West with a 3.77 kills/set average, and posted a career high 23 kills last weekend against Air Force.
2. Nevada upset Fresno State a week ago after dropping the first two sets. The Wolfpack had dropped eight in a row before that match. The team picked to finish last in the conference got a uplifting performance Tessa Lea'ea with 24 kills. That'll be a fun name to say throughout the night, Boise State's Middle Blockers will have a challenge.
3. Boise State and Nevada is a pretty big rivalry in any sport, highlighted by the football game last week. They've played a bunch in volleyball too. They've been a part of 5 seperate conferences together since the mid 80's, and are meeting for the 51st time. Boise State has won five straight.
Two of the Nevada players are related to two former standout college quarterbacks. Find out who by tuning in.
When - 6:55 Mountain Time
Where - Bronco Gym, Boise, ID
How to Watch - Click this link, or www.broncosports.com/videos