All American Tennis Player, Boise State 1998-2000
Inducted into the Boise State Hall of Fame in 2007
While only playing for the Boise State University men’s tennis team for two seasons, Wesley Moodie left an indelible mark on the program, earning two NCAA All-America awards. Playing doubles with teammate Leif Meineke, Moodie received All-America honors when the twosome tied for third at the 1999 NCAA National Championships, and tied for eighth at the 2000 NCAA National Championships. Moodie posted a doubles record of 28-7 his junior season and 27-16 as a senior. Playing the No. 2 singles position in 1998-99, Moodie’s record was 18-15. He followed up that season with a mark of 26-11 his senior season, including an 11-3 record when playing at the No. 1 position. Moodie helped the Bronco men to the 1999 and 2000 Big West Conference Tennis Championships, while earning first team All-Big West Conference honors. He finished his Bronco career with an overall singles record of 44-26, and a doubles mark of 55-23. Moodie has been playing professional tennis since graduating from Boise State and in 2005 reached the pinnacle of his sport when he was half of the doubles team which won the Gentlemen’s Championship at Wimbledon.