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Who from WY Attend Davis Cup?

Players from all over Wyoming went to Boise Idaho to help cheer on the USA Davis Cup team in their quarter final tie with Serbia. I guess we didn't have enough players from Wyoming cheering -- the USA Davis Cup Tema lost. However, there was a record set with the longest doubles match ever played in Davis Cup history, and we were there to be a part of that Davis Cup record.
Question: Who are the Wyoming ladies that are standing behind the Davis Cup trophy that witness this record setting doubles match? Here are the match scores for this record setting match: Ilija Bozoljac/Nenad Zimonjic (SRB) d. Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan (USA) 7-6(5),  7-6(1),  5-7, 4-6, and 15-13. 
The first person to email me the correct answer about who these WY ladies are, wins a really cool prize. Game on!
Now for the rest of the story ---
A match that featured early uncertainty for Serbia’s Novak Djokovic finished as another victory for the world’s No. 1 player and his country.
Djokovic shook off an early ankle injury to defeat world No. 20 Sam Querrey, the top-ranked American, 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-1, 6-0, on Sunday, and Serbia defeated the United States in the Davis Cup World Group Quarterfinal tie, 3-1, on an indoor hard court at Boise State University’s Taco Bell Arena.
Early in the first set, Djokovic appeared to injure his right ankle and took a medical timeout. He returned, and served 12 aces to Querrey’s seven, improving his record against Querrey to 6-1 and his Davis Cup singles record to 22-7. Querrey, battling a pectoral injury of his own that limited his serve, moved to 4-6 in Davis Cup singles and 3-5 in live rubbers, with all three of those live wins coming this year.
Because Djokovic won the clinching tie in four sets, the fourth singles tie – John Isner (USA) vs. Viktor Troicki (SRB) – was not played.
Serbia improved to 2-0 against the United States in Davis Cup and, along with Croatia and Spain, remains one of only three countries to have a winning record against the U.S. Davis Cup Team. Jim Courier’s record in three years as U.S. Davis Cup Captain is 4-3, 1-2 at home.