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YEARBOOK

MEN’S GOLF

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2

Roster & Quick Facts

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2010-11 Schedule

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Golf Indoor Practice Facility

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Meet the Broncos

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Head Coach’s Bio

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Player Bios

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Fall Review

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Program Honors

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Program Records

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INTRODUCTION

BOISE STATE

Roster and Quick Facts

2010-11 BRONCO ROSTER

Chris Byrne Boise, Idaho

Minwoo Park Tieton, Wash.

Taeksoo Kim

Taylor Porter

Coeur d”Alene, Idaho

NAME

HT.

Chris Byrne

Clayton Kosanovich

Wailuku, Hawaii

Scottsdale, Ariz.

Scott Spiewak Preswcott, Ariz.

Charlie Marusiak Phoenix, Ariz.

Kevin Burton Head Coach Boise, Idaho

Robbie Richards Student Assistant

Tea Gardens, Australia

YR. EXP. HOMETOWN (SCHOOL / COLLEGE)

5-8

R-Sr.

3V

Boise, Idaho (Borah HS)

5-9

So.

1V

Wailuku, Hawaii (St. Anthony HS)

Clayton Kosanovich

6-4

So.

1V

Scottsdale, Ariz. (Horizon HS)

Charlie Marusiak

5-6

R-So.

TR

Phoenix, Ariz. (Brophy Prep./ Regis Univ.)

Minwoo Park

5-6

Fr.

HS

Tieton, Wash. (Highland HS)

Taylor Porter

6-0

Jr.

TR

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho (Coeur d’Alene HS/Spokane CC)

Scott Spiewak (Spee-wack)

5-7

Jr.

TR

Prescott, Ariz. (Prescott HS / South Mountain CC)

Taeksoo Kim

(Tech-Sue)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Kevin Burton (Idaho, 1986: 6th season) Student Assistant: Robbie Richards (Boise State: 1st season)


INTRODUCTION

MEN’S2009-10 GOLF BRONCO SCHEDULE

Team Photo

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INTRODUCTION 4 BRONCO Schedule PRACTICE FACILITY HOST LOGO

BOISE STATE

DATE

RESULT

TOURNAMENT

GOLF COURSE (PAR)

LOCATION

HOST SCHOOL

9/13-14

8th of 16 865 (+1)

Palouse Cougar Collegiate

Palouse Ridge Golf Course (Par 72)

Pullman, Wash.

Washington State

10/2-4

12th of 12 913 (+49)

Santa Clara Cabo Classic

QuerenciaLos Cabo Golf Club (Par 72)

Cabo San Lucas, Baja, Mexico

Santa Clara

10/11-12

5th of 16 868 (+4)

Purple and Red Invitational

Valley View Golf Club (Par 72)

Layton, Utah

Weber State & Utah

10/25-26

6th of 15 868 (+16)

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate

University Golf Course (Par 71)

Las Cruces, N.M.

New Mexico State

WINTER BREAK 2/14-15

Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational

Sunbrook Golf Club (Par 72)

St. George, Utah

Southern Utah

2/26-27

Wyoming Desert Classic

Classic Club Golf Club (Par 72)

Palm Springs, Calif..

Wyoming

3/11-12

Bandon Dunes Championship

Pacific Dunes Golf Club (Par 71)

Bandon, Ore.

Gonzaga

3/17-19

Denver Desert Shootout

Palm Valley Golf Club (Par 72)

Goodyear, Ariz.

Denver

3/28-29

OGIO Santa Barbara Intercollegiate

Sandpiper Golf Course (Par 72)

Santa Barbara, Calif.

UC Santa Barbara

4/15-16

PING Cougar Classic

Riverside Country Club (Par 72)

Provo, Utah

Brigham Young

5/2-4

WAC Championship

Rio Secco Golf Club (Par 72)

Henderson, Nev.

Western Athletic Conference

5/20-22

NCAA Regionals

TBA

TBA

NCAA

5/31-6/5

NCAA Championship

Karsten Creek Golf Club

Stillwater, Okla.

NCAA & Oklahoma State


MEN’S GOLF The Boise State Golf Indoor Practice Facility provides the men’s and women’s golf team members with an on-campus site to practice and improve their game. The indoor facility, which is located beneath Bronco Stadium, allows the studentathletes a convenient place to practice around their class schedules and travel arrangements. The practice facility features video equipment for players to record their swings so they my be broken down and analyzed via swing video. The indoor facility also provides an alternative practice site on cooler days.

GOLF FACILITY Indoor Practice

The Boise State University men’s and women’s golf teams would like to thank all the sponsors that made our indoor practice facility possible including;

Rich and Patsy Fedrizzi

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GOLF FACILITY Indoor Practice

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MEN’S GOLF

BRONCO PROFILES ● HEAD COACH’S BIO ● PLAYER BIOS

FACES OF THE BRONCOS Profiles

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FACES OF THE BRONCOS Coach’s Profile

Kevin

BURTON Head Coach Tenur e: Sixth Year Hometown: Boise, Idaho Alma Mater : Idaho, 1986

BOISE STATE


MEN’S GOLF BOISE STATE (since 2005): Kevin Burton enters his sixth season in charge of the Boise State University men’s golf program. Since his arrival in the summer of 2005 Burton has led the Broncos to their first tournament titles since 2002, capturing the team championship at the 12-team Santa Clara University Invitational by four strokes in 2005 and the 18-team Purple and Red Invitational by one stroke in 2008. These were the first non-Boise State hosted tournaments that the Broncos had won since the 1995-96 Big Sky Conference Championship. Under Burton the Broncos have regularly challenged for the Western Athletic Conference Championship placing third in 2007 and second in 2008. In addition, Burton has had the honor of coaching two of the top golfers in the history of the Boise State program in current professionals Graham DeLaet and Troy Merritt, both played on the 2010 and 2011 PGA Tours. DeLaet was the 2009 top-money winner on the Canadian Tour and finished ranked No. 118 (money earned) on the 2010 PGA Tour to earn his 2011 PGA Tour card. Merritt spent 2009 on the PGA’s Nationwide Tour where he ranked among the top-30 in earnings. He later won the 2009 PGA Q-School Qualifying Tournament to earn his PGA card. He earned a 2011 PGA Tour card by finishing No. 124 on the 2010 PGA Tour money won list. The duo ranks one-two in most top-10 finishes at Boise State in a career with 26 by DeLaet and 15 by Merritt, both were voted the WAC Golfers of the Year. DeLaet won 10 tournament titles during his career and was a four-time all-conference honoree, while Merritt won eight championships and was a two-time all-conference honoree. In addition, Merritt won the 2008 WAC Tournament title and was named the program’s first ever Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) AllAmerican. COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS: To date, Burton’s career at Boise State includes coaching: two PGA Tour members; one Canadian Tour champion; one GCAA All-American; one GCAA All-Nicklaus Team honoree; two GCAA All-Region honorees; two players

FACES OF THE BRONCOS Coach’s Profile that advanced to NCAA Regional Tournaments; two WAC Golfers of the Year; one WAC Tournament champion; five individuals who earned a combined nine All-WAC honors; one ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Team honoree; one GCAA All-American Scholar; and three players who earned a combined five Academic AllWAC honors. PREVIOUSLY: Burton is a long-time resident of Boise and one of the Treasure Valley’s most accomplished golfers. He has served as a teaching professional at BanBury Golf Club in Eagle, Idaho. He has also spent time as the Head Professional at Plantation Country Club and Pierce Park Greens in Boise and at the Redhawk Golf Club in Temecula, Calif. PROFESSIONAL PLAYING CAREER: As a touring professional, Burton played on the PGA Tour during the 1997 season. He has also played on the Australian PGA Tour 1988-90 and the Nike Tour (now Nationwide Tour) in 1996 and 2001. Highlights - finished second at the 1995 Albertson’s Boise Nike Open … has played several times in the PGA Club Professional National Championship where he tied for third in 2003, tied for 13th in 2007, and tied 45th in 2008 … finished fifth in the country in Player of the Year points for PGA Club Professionals in 2003 … has four victories in the Idaho Open in 1999, 2002, 2003 and 2008 … won the 1995 California Open … won the Western PGA Club Professional Championship in 2002 and 2004 … three-time winner of the Rocky Mountain Section PGA Championship in 2002, 2003 and 2008 … two-time winner of the Snake River Championship in 2004 and 2006 … member of the PGA Cup Team in 2000 … named Rocky Mountain PGA Player of the Year six times 2002-04 and 2006-08. PERSONAL: Burton is a Boise native where he graduated from Boise High School. He attended the University of Idaho in Moscow where he played four years for the Vandal men’s golf program. Burton earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science in 1986 from Idaho. He and his wife Amy live in Boise with their two children, daughter Ali (18) and son Cal (13).

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FACES OF THE BRONCOS Senior Profile

Chris

BYRNE Redshir t Senior Height: 5-8 Hometown: Boise, Idaho High School: Borah

BOISE STATE


SENIOR (Fall 2010): Played in three of four tournaments during the fall ... played nine rounds averaging 75.3 strokes per round and 3.7-over-par per round ... averaged 226 and 11-over-par per tournament ... seven of nine rounds counted towards team score ... lead team in scoring once. Other Highlights – Top result was a tie for 10th-place at Palouse Cougar Invitational in Pullman, Wash., with a career-best 5-under 211. JUNIOR (2009-10): Played in seven tournaments and 20 rounds during the campaign ... averaged 77.0 shots and 5.5-over-par per round … averaged 228.8 strokes and 14.3-over-par per 54-hole tournament ... 15.5 (77.5 pct.) of his rounds counted towards team score. Other Highlights – Top result was a tie for 23rd at the Bandon Dunes Championship in Bandon, Ore., firing a 24-over 166 in poor weather conditions ... top 54-hole tournament score was a 215 (+2) at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, N.M. ... best overall round was a career-best 5-under 66 on the first 18 of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate. SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Played in three tournaments during the spring semester ... competed in eight rounds … averaged 76.1 shots and 4.9-over-par per round … averaged 225.5 strokes and 12.5-over-par per 54-hole tournament … five-of-eight rounds counted towards the team score, 62.5 percent. Other Highlights – Top result was a tie for 65th at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational in St. George, Utah, carding a two-round score of 14-over 158 … best 54-hole score was a 13-over 223 at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic in Scottsdale, Ariz., where he had his top single round score, a then-career-best 67 (-3) in the second round. REDSHIRT (2007-08): Did not compete during the season utilizing his redshirt year.

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MEN’S GOLF

Senior Profile

B Y R N E ’ S S E A S O N - B Y- S E A S O N R E S U LT S SCORING Date

Tournament (Location)

1

2

3

FINISH

Total Par Overall

Team

2006-07 Season 9/25-26

Vandal Fall Cl. (Moscow, Idaho: Par 71)

80*

75*

77*

232

+19

T60

Ind.

10/9-10

District 7 Fall Shootout (Las Vegas, Nev.: Par 71)

74^

75*

73*

222

+9

T67

5

10/23-24

Santa Clara Inv. (San Jose, Calif.: Par 72)

81*

85*

83*

249

+33

87

5

3/12-13

Fresno State Lexus Cl. (Fresno, Calif.: Par 72)

74*

81*

76*

231

+15

T62

Ind.

4/2-3

Belmont Intercollegiate (Nashville, Tenn.: Par 71)

71

74^

71

216

+3

T37

4

4/30-5/2

WAC Championship (Reno, Nev.: Par 72)

68

71

78^

217

+1

T12

3

2008-09 Season 2/9-10

Pat Hicks Thunderbird Inv. (St. George, Utah: Par 72)

85

73

-

158

+14

T65

4

3/19-21

Denver Desert Shootout (Goodyear, Ariz.: Par 72)

82*

73*

73

228

+12

79

5

4/6-7

Wyoming Cowboy Cl. (Scottsdale, Ariz.: Par 70)

84*

67

72

223

+13

82

3

2009-10 Season 9/14-15

Palouse Collegiate (Pullman, Wash.: Par 72)

80

75

79

234

+18

61

4

9/28-29

Giustina Memorial Cl. (Corvallis, Ore.: Par 72)

77^

78

80*

235

+19

T47

5

10/26-27

Herb Wimberly Inter. (Las Cruces, N.M.: Par 71)

66

71

78^

215

+2

T34

1

3/10-12

Bandon Dunes Championship (Bandon, Ore.: Par 72)

86^

80

-

166

+24

T23

T4

3/18-20

Denver Desert Shootout (Goodyear, Ariz.: Par 72)

72

75

76

223

+7

T59

3

4/17-18

Western Intercollegiate (Santa Cruz, Calif.: Par 70)

75

76

74

225

+15

T49

T3

4/23-24

PING Cougar Classic (Provo, Utah: Par 72)

86*

80*

75

241

+25

T96

5

9/13-14

Palouse Cougar Collegiate (Pullman, Wash.: Par 72)

72

69

70

211

-5

T10

1

10/2-4

SCU Cabo Collegiate (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Par 72)

76

79

86

241

+25

T63

5

10/25-26

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (Las Cruces, N.M.: Par 71)

75

74

77

226

+13

T50

5

Fall 2010

FRESHMAN (2006-07): Participated in six tournaments … first action for Boise State was in the Vandal Fall Classic in Moscow, Idaho, where he shot a 19-over 232 to place tied for 60th ... played in 18 rounds … averaged 75.9 shots and 4.4-over-par per round … averaged 227.8 and 13.3-over-par in six 54-hole tournaments … 5.5 rounds counted towards team score, 30.6 percent … recorded four rounds at par or below. Other Highlights – Top result was a tie for 12th at the Western Athletic Conference Championship firing a one-over 217 … best tournament score was a 216 (+3) at the Belmont Intercollegiate in Nashville, Tenn. … top single round was a 68 with a career-best four-under-par in the first round of the WAC tournament. AMATEUR COMPETITION: Honors – Named 2005 Rocky Mountain Section PGA Junior Player of the Year. Other Highlights – Won the Magic Valley Junior Championship in 2005 ... also won the Big I Classic qualifier in 2006 ... placed in the top 15 at the Idaho Golf Association State Am in 2006 and 2009 ... won the 2008 Idaho Golf Association Tournament of Champions … won the 2009 Mountain Home Open … won the 2009 Labor Day Caldwell Amateur. PREP: A 2006 graduate of Borah High School in Boise, Idaho … four-year letterwinner for the Lions. Honors – Named team MVP as junior and senior. Statistics – Senior year averaged 72.2 shots per round … junior year averaged 71.5 shots per round. Other Highlights – captured the 5A District III Championship as a senior. ACADEMIC: Majoring in communication.


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FACES OF THE BRONCOS Junior Profile

Taylor

PORTER Junior Height: 6-0 Hometown: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho High School: Coeur d’Alene Pr evious Colle ge: Spokane C.C.

BOISE STATE


FACES OF THE BRONCOS

MEN’S GOLF

Junior Profile

JUNIOR (Fall 2010): Played in the last two tournaments for Boise State during the fall semester ... completed six rounds … averaged 73.7 strokes and 2.2-over-par per round … averaged 221 strokes and 6.5-over-par per competition … five of six (.833 pct.) rounds counted towards team score. Other Highlights – Tied for 24thplace at Purple and Red Invitational in Layton, Utah, carding a 2-over-par 218 ... top round of the fall was a 2-under 69 in the third stage of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, N.M. PRIOR TO BOISE STATE (2009-10): Played two years at Spokane Community College in Spokane, Wash. Honors – Two-time All-NWAACC honoree making second team as a freshman and first team sophomore year ... NWAACC AllTournament Team as freshman. Other Highlights – Competed in six tournaments as a sophomore winning the Bigfoot-Cardinal Classic April 2-3 with a 3-under 213 (72-67-74) ... freshman year tied for fourth place at the NWAACC championship. AMATEUR COMPETITION: Honors – Won the 2009 Avondale Presidents Cup. Other Highlights - Placed fifth out of 190 participants at the 2009 Wandermere Amateur, and placed fifth among the amateurs and 28th overall at the Rosauers Open in 2009. PREP: A graduate of Coeur d’Alene High School in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Placed second at the Idaho State Championship ACADEMIC: Majoring in history.

P O R T E R ’ S S E A S O N - B Y- S E A S O N R E S U LT S SCORING Date

Tournament (Location)

1

2

3

FINISH

Total Par Overall

Team

2010-11 Season 10/11-12

Purple and Red Invitational (Layton, Utah: Par 72)

74

74

70

218

+2

T24

3

10/25-26

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (Las Cruces, N.M.: Par 71)

76

79

69

224

+11

T41

4

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FACES OF THE BRONCOS Junior Profile

Scott

SPIEWAK Junior Height: 5-7 Hometown: Prescott, Ariz. High School: Prescott Pr evious Colle ge: South Mountain C.C.

BOISE STATE


FACES OF THE BRONCOS

MEN’S GOLF

Junior Profile

JUNIOR (Fall 2010): Played in all four competitions during the fall semester ... completed 12 rounds averaging 73.4 strokes and 1.7-over-par per round … averaged 220.3 strokes and 5-over-par per tournament … recorded team-high four rounds in the 60’s ... 11 of 12 (.917 pct.) rounds counted towards team score. Other Highlights – Placed 12th at Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, N.M., shooting a 2-over 215 ... placed tied for 13th at Purple and Red Invitational in Layton, Utah, carding a 1-under-par 215 ... top round of the fall was a 4-under 68 in the second session at the Palouse Cougar Collegiate in Pullman, Wash., and on the final 18 at the SCU Cabo Collegiate in Mexico. PRIOR TO BOISE STATE (2009-10): Played two years at South Mountain Community College in Phoenix, Ariz. ... as a freshman finished second at the Chandler-Gilbert Invitational and 25th at the 2009 Phoenix Invitational ... recorded a low round of 66 during the CGI ... sophomore year placed second at High Country Shootout carding a 11-under par 205. Other Highlights – Team won the 2010 NJCAA Division II National Championship his sophomore season and placed third his freshman year in 2009 ... team won NJCAA Region I Championship both years. AMATEUR COMPETITION: Highlights - Won the 2005 Junior World Qualifier ... fourth-place at the 2008 Western Amateur with rounds of 69 and 70 ... qualified for the 2008 and 2009 Arizona State Amateur most recently advancing to the quarterfinals ... was the first alternate for the US Amateur with two rounds at 68 during the qualifier. PREP: A graduate of Prescott High School in Prescott, Ariz. ... Qualified for the state tournament and finished in 7th place in 2004 & 2005 … started on football team and did not play golf in 2006 & 2007. ACADEMIC: Majoring in psychology.

S P I E W A K ’ S S E A S O N - B Y- S E A S O N R E S U LT S SCORING Date

Tournament (Location)

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2

3

FINISH

Total Par Overall

Team

2008-09 Season 9/13-14

Palouse Cougar Collegiate (Pullman, Wash.: Par 72)

73

68

76

217

+1

T30

3

10/2-4

SCU Cabo Collegiate (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Par 72)

85

81

68

234

+18

T54

3

10/11-12

Purple and Red Invitational (Layton, Utah: Par 72)

70

69

76

215

-1

T13

2

10/25-26

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (Las Cruces, N.M.: Par 71)

73

69

73

215

+2

12

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FACES OF THE BRONCOS Sophomore Profile

Taeksoo

KIM

Sophomore Height: 5-9 Hometown: Wailuku, Hawaii High School: Saint Anthony

BOISE STATE


SOPHOMORE (Fall 2010): Played in three of four tournaments during the fall semester … played nine rounds averaging 75.3 shots and 3.7-over-par per round … averaged 226 strokes and 11-over-par per competition ... 7.5 (.833 pct.) of rounds counted towards team score. Other Highlights – Tied for 30th at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, N.M., with a 9-over 222, also recorded best round of the fall a 1-under 70 on last 18 holes. FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in nine tournaments as freshman … first action in the blue and orange was at the Giustina Memorial Invitational in Corvallis, Ore., where he shot 11-over 227 ... played 26 rounds … averaged 74.9 shots and 3.2-over-par per round … averaged 225 strokes and 10.1-over-par per 54-hole tournament ... 19.5 (75 pct.) of his rounds counted towards team score. Other Highlights – Top result was a tie for eighth place at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational in St. George, Utah, carding 2-over 146 ... top tournament score was a career-best 1-under 215 at the PING Cougar Classic in Provo, Utah ... best round was a 67 (-4) in the second round of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, N.M. AMATEUR COMPETITION: Highlights – Won the 2010 Southwest Idaho Amateur with a 6-under 138 ... tied for third at 2010 Treasure Valley Amateur and Mountain

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MEN’S GOLF

Sophomore Profile

K I M ’ S S E A S O N - B Y- S E A S O N R E S U LT S SCORING Date

FINISH

Tournament (Location)

1

2

3

Total Par Overall

Team

9/28-29

Giustina Memorial Cl. (Corvallis, Ore.: Par 72)

77

75

75

227

+11

33

3

10/5-6

Wolf Pack Cl. (Reno, Nev. : Par 72)

82

71

73

226

+10

65

4

10/26-27

Herb Wimberly Inter. (Las Cruces, N.M.: Par 71)

75

67

76

218

+5

T47

2

2/8-9

Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational (St. George, Utah: Par 72)

75

71

-

146

+2

T8

T1

2/22-23

ReBath Snowman Getaway (Chandler, Ariz.: Par 72)

75

80

77

232

+16

T41

5

3/18-20

Denver Desert Shootout (Goodyear, Ariz.: Par 72)

72

78

77

227

+11

T76

5

4/17-18

Western Intercollegiate (Santa Cruz, Calif.: Par 70)

77

77

72

226

+16

T54

5

4/23-24

PING Cougar Classic (Provo, Utah: Par 72)

71

70

74

215

-1

T13

1

5/3-5

WAC Championship (Henderson, Ariz.: Par 72)

75

71

83

229

+13

T31

T2

10/2-4

SCU Cabo Collegiate (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Par 72)

86

74

75

235

+19

T58

4

10/11-12

Purple and Red Invitational (Layton, Utah: Par 72)

73

72

76

221

+5

T34

4

10/25-26

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (Las Cruces, N.M.: Par 71)

73

79

70

222

+9

T30

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2009-10 Season

Fall 2010

Home Amateur ... 2009 tied for seventh overall at the Kona Open, second ranked amateur … 2009 Kahili Open tied for 11th overall, second ranked amateur … 2008 U.S. amateur Public Links Championship participant … 2008 Boys Junior America’s Cup … tied for third at 2007 Hawaii State Junior Golf Association State Championship (15-18) … semifinalist at the 2007 Manoa Cup (state amateur match play) … placed third at 2007 OCC Men’s Invitational … member of Team Hawaii at the 2007 USGA Men’s State Team Championship … won 2006 HSJGA Junior Series Maui (15-18 age group) setting course record at Kahili Golf Club with a single-round score of 65 … won the 2005 HSJGA’s Tournament of Champions and Junior Tour Series Maui (13-14 age group) … placed eighth at 2005 Callaway Junior World Golf Championship (13-14 age group). PREP: A 2009 graduate of Saint Anthony High School in Wailuku, Hawaii … four-year letterwinner for the Trojans … team captain junior and senior years … also member of the canoe paddling team at SAHS … scholar athlete all four years. Honors – Two-time Maui Interscholastic League MVP sophomore and senior seasons … four-time allleague first team honoree. Other Highlights – Placed in the top-two as an individual at league tournament all four years winning it all as a sophomore and senior … led team to four state tournament berths tying for ninth freshman season and 11th junior year … helped team to three league titles. ACADEMIC: Majoring in communication.


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FACES OF THE BRONCOS Sophomore Profile

Clayton

KOSANOVICH Sophomore Height: 6-4 Hometown: Scottsdale, Ariz. High School: Horizon

BOISE STATE


FACES OF THE BRONCOS

MEN’S GOLF

Sophomore Profile

SOPHOMORE (Fall 2010): Played in three of four tournaments during the fall semester... competed in nine rounds averaging 75.2 strokes and 3.2-over-par per round ... averaged 225.7 strokes per 54-hole competition ... 5.5 (.611 pct.) of rounds counted towards team score. Other Highlights – Top finish was 31st at the Santa Clara Cabo Collegiate in Mexico with a team-low score of 9-over 225 ... top round of the semester was a 1-under 71 in the second stage of the Palouse Cougar Classic in Pullman, Wash. FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in five of 11 tournaments during the year ... first action as a Bronco was in the Wolf Pack Classic in Reno, Nev., where he shot a 18over 234 ... played in 14 rounds ... averaged 76.6 strokes and 4.6-over-par per round ... averaged 231.5 strokes per 54-hole competition ... 8.5 (60.7 pct.) of rounds counted towards team total. Other Highlights – Top result was a tie for eighth place at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational in St. George, Utah, firing a 2-over 146 ... best tournament score was a 228 (+12) at the PING Cougar Classic in Provo, Utah ... top round was a 1-under-par 71 during second round of Thunderbird Invitational. PREP: A 2009 graduate of Horizon High School in Scottsdale, Ariz. … four-year letterwinner for the Huskies … team captain senior year … was a year behind Boise State teammate Blake Brown at HHS … two-time member of National Honor Society. Honors – Named to all-state team junior and senior seasons. Other Highlights – Led team to two district championships during junior and senior seasons … helped team to the Arizona State Tournament all four years including two second-place finishes in junior and senior years … individually placed in the top-5 at state tournament as a senior and top-10 as a junior. ACADEMIC: Majoring in general business. KO S A N OV I C H ’ S S E A S O N - B Y- S E A S O N R E S U LT S SCORING Date

Tournament (Location)

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2

3

FINISH

Total Par Overall

Team

2009-10 Season 10/5-6

Wolf Pack Cl. (Reno, Nev. : Par 72)

72

77

85

234

+18

T70

5

2/8-9

Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational (St. George, Utah: Par 72)

75

71

-

146

+2

T8

T1

2/22-23

ReBath Snowman Getaway (Chandler, Ariz.: Par 72)

76

78

77

231

+15

T38

4

4/23-24

PING Cougar Classic (Provo, Utah: Par 72)

81

72

75

228

+12

T75

4

5/3-5

WAC Championship (Henderson, Ariz.: Par 72)

78

79

76

233

+17

T38

5

9/13-14

Palouse Cougar Collegiate (Pullman, Wash.: Par 72)

77

71

76

224

+8

T67

4

10/2-4

SCU Cabo Collegiate (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Par 72)

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225

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78

228

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Charlie

MARUSIAK Redshir t Sophomore Height: 5-6 Hometown: Phoenix, Ariz. High School: Brophy Prep. Pr evious Colle ge: Regis

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Sophomore Profile

SOPHOMORE (Fall 2010): Competed in two tournaments during the fall semester ... first action as a Bronco was at the Palouse Cougar Collegiate in Pullman, Wash., carding a 13-over-par 229 ... played six rounds to date averaging 75.3 strokes and 3.3-over-par per round ... averaged 226 shots and 10-over per tournament. Other Highlights – Top result was a tie 41 at the Purple and Red Invitational in Layton, Utah, recording a 7-over 223 ... top round was a 1-over 73 in the third round of the Purple and Red. REDSHIRT (2009-10): Did not compete in any tournaments utilizing his redshirt season in 2009-10. FRESHMAN (2008-09): Played for Regis University in Denver, Colo., where he competed in five tournaments during the fall season ... played 15 rounds … averaged 76.5 shots and 4.9-over-par per round … averaged 229.4 strokes and 14.6-over par in five 54-hole tournaments … recorded three rounds at or below par. Honors – Regis University Student-Athlete of the Month for September. Other Highlights – Top result was a third-place finish at the Colorado Mines/Regis Fall Invitational with a three-over par 216, which was also his top tournament score of the year … best-single round was a one-under 70 in the first round of the Colorado Mines/Regis Fall Invitational and a one-under 71 in the second round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s first fall tournament of the season. AMATEUR COMPETITION: Highlights – Named to the United States team that competed in the 2007 Aaron Baddeley International Junior Championship in Guanzhov, China, Boise State teammate Blake Brown was also on the team … placed fourth at the Arizona Junior State Championship in 2007 ... second-place in 2009 Arizona Southern Amateur (69-70—139) in Tubac, Ariz. ... tied for second in 2008 Wigwam Open FCWT (72-73—145). PREP: A 2008 graduate of Brophy Prep in Phoenix, Ariz. … three-year letterwinner for the Broncos. Other Highlights – Helped his team to three Arizona 5A State Tournament runner-up finishes and three-consecutive Desert Valley Region. ACADEMIC: Majoring in general business. M A R U S I A K ’ S S E A S O N - B Y- S E A S O N R E S U LT S SCORING Date

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FACES OF THE BRONCOS Freshman Profile

Minwoo

PARK

Freshman Height: 5-6 Hometown: Tieton, Wash. High School: Highland

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MEN’S GOLF FRESHMAN (Fall 2010): Did not compete in any tournaments during the fall semester. AMATEUR COMPETITION: Highlights – Won the 2008 Junior World Qualifier at Sun Willows Golf Club ... qualified for Junior World Qualifiers twice ... eighth-place at the Washington Junior Golf Association State Championship in 2008 ... took seventh-place at WJGA State Championship at 15 ... won multiple sub-district tournaments in WJGA ... second-place at the 2006 and 2008 Banner Bank Junior Invitational, took eighth in 2007 ... second-place at the 2010 Tri-Cities Junior Open. PREP: A 2010 graduate of Highland High School in Tieton, Wash. … fouryear letterwinner for the Scotties. Honors – three-time team captain ... nominated for athlete of the year in Yakima Valley. Other Highlights – Won the SCAC District Championship as a junior and was a three-time runner-up ... advanced to four straight state tournament appearances placing second senior year ... four-time member of the HHS Honor Roll ... sophomore class president. PERSONAL: Older sister Minhee Park played for Boise State women’s team 2006-10. ACADEMIC: Has not declared a major.

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FALL REVIEW Tournament Recaps

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Tournament 1 Recap

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Broncos Finish Eighth at Palouse Cougar Collegiate PULLMAN, Wash. (9/13-14/2010) - For the second year in a row Boise State opened the season at the second annual Palouse Cougar Collegiate hosted by Washington State University at Palouse Ridge Golf Course in Pullman, Wash. This tournament was a 54hole 12 team competition.

Boise State opened the day with a decent 5-over 293 during round one. However, the afternoon was even better for the Broncos as they cut 14 strokes off their first round score firing a 9-under 279 for round two giving them a 4-under 572 on the day, tied with Washington State’s “B” team and Cal Poly.

Rounding out the scoring for Boise State were junior Blake Brown with a 1-under 143 (72-71) to finished tied for 28th. He was followed by sophomores in Clayton Kosanovich at 4-over 148 (77-71) and Charlie Marusiak who shot 7-over 151 (76-75).

Day One Recap...

On the individual side, Washington State’s Nick Ellis and Idaho’s Jarred Bossio were tied for the lead with 11-under 133’s. Boise State’s top score came from senior Chris Byrne who shot even-par 72 on the first round and 3-under 69 in the afternoon. Junior Scott Spiewak matched Byrne’s total carding a 73 in the morning followed by a team-best round of 68 on the second round. They finished the two rounds tied with four others for 16th-place.

The Broncos completed the second day of competition by firing a 5-over 293 on the final round Tuesday afternoon. The total gave the Broncos a tournament tally of 1-over 865 to finish in eighth-place out of 16 teams.

Boise State began competition by carding a two-round score of 4-under 572 on the first day of the Palouse Cougar Collegiate. The Broncos completed the first two rounds of three in a three-way tie for seventh place out of 16 teams. The host school Washington State University ran away from the pack after the first day tallying a two-round total of 33-under 543, 10 strokes better than second place University of Portland at 553 (-23).

Day Two Recap...

Washington State ran away with the team title recording a final score of 37-under 827 to out pace the University of Idaho by 12 strokes. Overall it was a solid outing for Boise State in its season opener as the team finished 1-over-par 865 during the three-round competition with two players recording below par tournament totals. Senior Chris Byrne shot a career-best 211 to lead Boise State placing tied for 10th out of 88 participants. He led the Broncos throughout the two-day event recording team-lows in Monday’s first and today’s final round shooting 72 (E) and 70 (-2) respectively. Overall, the Boise native finished with his top 54-hole tournament performance with career marks for total score at 211, par total at -5, and finish at 10th place. He finished in a two-way tie for 10th overall, 10 strokes out of first.

Chris Byrne

Had a career-performance in Pullman placing 10th.

Blake Brown was steady throughout the competition shooting 72-71-71 to finish in a four-way tie for 16th at 2-under 214. Junior college transfer Scott Spiewak struggled a bit on the final day, but had a strong debut tournament overall for the Broncos carding a 1-over 217 to finish in a five-way tie for 30th after firing a 4-over 76 in round three.

Rounding out the scoring for Boise State were sophomore Clayton Kosanovich who shot a 4-over 76 on the last 18 to record career-best marks for par at 8-over and score with a 224. Meanwhile, sophomore Charlie Marusiak fired a 6-over 78 in the final round for an overall score of 13-over 229 in his Bronco debut.

Final Summary Palouse Cougar Collegiate Sept. 14, 2010 Pullman, Washington Palouse Ridge Golf Club (7,308 yards / Par 72) Host: Washington State University Individual Results (Top-five and Boise State) 1. Damian Telles, Idaho (66-70-65--201, -15) 2. Jarred Bossio, Idaho (68-65-70--203, -13) 3. Scott Travers, Santa Clara (67-71-66--204, -12) 4. Trent Sanders, Washington St. (68-69-69--206, -10) T5. Nick Ellis, Washington St. (65-68-74--207, -9) T5. Nick Chianello, Portland (64-73-70--207, -9) T10. Chris Byrne, Boise St. (72-69-70--211, -5) T16. Blake Brown, Boise St. (72-71-71--214, -2) T30. Scott Spiewak, Boise St. (73-68-76--217, +1) T67. Clayton Kosanovich, Boise St. (77-71-76--224, +8) 80. Charlie Marusiak, Boise St. (76-75-78--229, +13) Team Results 1. Washington State (271-272-284--827, -37) 2. Idaho (281-278-280--839, -25) 3. Portland (272-281-294--847, -17) 4. Santa Clara (282-282-286--850, -14) 5. San Jose State (283-286-286--855, -9) 6. Cal Poly (285-287-287--859, -5) 7. Loyola Marymount (280-285-295--860, -4) 8. Boise State (293-279-293--865, +1) 9. Weber State (283-290-293--866, +2) 10. CSU-Northridge (297-288-285--870, +6) 11. Washington State (289-283-300--872, +8) 12. Sacramento State (286-295-293--874, +10) 13. CSU-Fullerton (288-291-299--878, +14) 14. Gonzaga (298-288-297--883, +19) 15. Utah Valley (298-298-292--888, +24) 16. Seattle (295-297-297--889, +25)


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Tournament 2 Recap

Boise State Struggles at SCU Cabo Collegiate CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico (10/2-4/2010) - The second event of the season for Boise State was the first annual Cabo Collegiate hosted by Santa Clara University at Querencia Los Cabos Golf Club in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The competition featured 12 teams and 54-holes over three days.

Day One Recap...

Clayton Kosanovich fired a 2-over 73 to lead Boise State on the opening day of the tournament in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Overall, the Broncos struggled tallying a team score of 25-over 313 finding themselves in 12th-place out of 12 teams. The University of Houston led the competition by five strokes over UC Irvine after recording a 2-over-par 290, the Anteaters shot 7-over 295. The Broncos were in a group at the back of the pack and only six strokes out of seventh. On the individual side of the event the Broncos were led by Kosanovich who turned in a solid effort with a 2-over 73 during the first round to finish in a five-way tie for eighth. Kosanovich was five strokes out of first place where UC Irvine’s Bryan Harris held a slim one stroke lead over Houston’s Matt Eschenburg after carding a 4-under 68. Chris Byrne recorded the second-best score for Boise State on Saturday with a 4-over 76, good for a 10-way tie for 22nd. Blake Brown was third with a 7-over 79. Rounding out the day for Boise State were Scott Spiewak who shot 13-over 85, followed by Taeksoo Kim with a 14-over 86.

Day Two Recap...

The second day saw the team carded a 20-over-par 308 as the Broncos remained in 12th-place. The University of Arkansas took over the lead on the team leaderboard

jumping past Houston with a second round score of 280 (-8) for a tourney total of 1-over 577. Houston fell to second at 9-over 585, while Boise State was 44 strokes out of firstplace. Taeksoo Kim recorded the best round of the day for Boise State with a 2-over 74, but was fourth overall for Boise State with a two-round score of 16-over 160. Clayton Kosanovich continued to lead Boise State after two rounds but fell 11 spots in the standings into a tie for 19th after shooting a 4-over 76 on Sunday, for a tournament total of 5-over 149. Chris Byrne had the second-lowest score for the Broncos with a 11-over 155 (76-79), followed by Blake Brown at 14-over 158 (7979), Kim and Scott Spiewak at 22-over 166 (85-81).

Day Three Recap...

After struggling the first two days at the Cabo Collegiate, Boise State rallied with its top round of the tournament carding a 4-over 292 during the final session at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The Broncos shaved 16 strokes their second round total of 308, tallying a 4-over 292 on the final 18 holes. It was the best-round of the three-day tournament for Boise State. The Broncos managed to make up ground on the team leaderboard but still finished 12th out of 12 teams, falling two strokes short of jumping past the University of Pacific for 11th. The University of Arkansas held onto its second-round lead firing an 11-under 277 on the final day to take home the team title with a three-round score of 10-under 854. The Razorbacks won the championship by 22 strokes over second-place Houston who finished at 12-over 876.

Clayton Kosanovich

Led the Broncos in Cabo with a 225 (+9).

On the individual side of the event, Arkansas’ Jamie Marshall won the medalist honors with a 5-under 211 followed by teammate Austin Cook who finished in a three-way tie for second with a 4-under 212. Leading the way for Boise State at the SCU Cabo Collegiate was sophomore Clayton Kosanovich who was consistent over the three days to record scores of 73-76-76 for a final score of 9-over 225, good for 31st place. Blake Brown shot a 1-over 73 on the last round to move into second-place on the team roster with a final mark of 15-over 231 to tie for 45th overall. Scott Spiewak recorded the top-round of the competition for the Broncos with a 4-under 68 to finish at 18-over 234. After a poor first day, Taeksoo Kim rebounded with two decent rounds to close with a total of 19-over 235 (8674-75). Chris Byrne rounded out the scoring for Boise State with a final score of 25-over 241 (76-79-86).

Final Summary Santa Clara University Cabo Collegiate Oct. 4, 2010 Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Querencia Los Cabos Golf Club (7,308 yards / Par 72) Host: Washington State University Individual Results (Top-5 and Boise State) 1. Jamie Marshall, Arkansas (74-69-68--211, -5) T2. Austin Cook, Arkansas (72-72-68--212, -4) T2. Kelly Kraft, SMU (72-65-75--212, -4) T2. Jerry He, UC-Irvine (73-71-68--212, -4) 5. Chris Russo, CSU-Northridge (71-72-70--213, -3) 31. Clayton Kosanovich, Boise St. (73-76-76--225, +9) T45. Blake Brown, Boise St. (79-79-73--231, +15) T54. Scott Spiewak, Boise St. (85-81-68--234, +18) T58. Taeksoo Kim, Boise St. (86-74-75--235, +19) T63. Chris Byrne, Boise St. (76-79-86--241, +25) Team Results 1. Arkansas (297-280-277--854, -10) 2. Houston (293-292-291--876, +12) 3. Oregon State (297-296-284--877, +13) 4. SMU (307-283-288--878, +14) 5. UC-Irvine (295-300-285--880, +16) 6. CSU-Northridge (312-285-288--885, +21) 7. Texas-Arlington (304-294-292--890, +26) 8. Lamar (310-296-292--898, +34) 9. Santa Clara (308-301-291--900, +36) 10. St. Mary’s, Calif. (310-297-300--907, +43) 11. Pacific (304-302-306--912, +48) 12. Boise State (313-308-292--913, +49)


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Boise State Takes Fifth at Purple and Red Invitational LAYTON, Utah (10/11-12/2010) - The Purple and Red Invitational was a 16-team, 54-hole tournament hosted by Weber State University and the University of Utah at Valley View Golf Club in Layton, Utah.

Day One Recap...

Boise State shot an even-par 576 to find themselves in fifth-place out of 16 teams after the first two rounds on Monday. The Broncos shot two solid rounds as a team carding a 3-over 291 on the first 18 holes followed by a 3-under 285 during the afternoon session. Washington State University pulled out to a commanding 8-stroke lead after 36 holes recording a 17-under 559. The University of Portland was in second-place at 9-under 567. Sacramento State’s Jake Johnson had the lead after two rounds firing a 9-under 135 for a three-stroke lead over a pack of three golfers tied for second.

Day Two Recap...

Blake Brown and Scott Spiewak finished in the top-13 on the final day of the Purple and Red Invitational in Layton, Utah. Brown finished the two-day event with a 2-under 214 to finish tied for 10th out of 96 participants, while Spiewak ended at 1-under 215 to tie for 13th. The Broncos finished with a season-best finish at fifth-place out of 16 teams after tallying a 4-over 292 on the final 18 at Valley View Golf Club. Boise State finished the tournament with three solid rounds in Utah carding scores of 291 (+3), 285 (-3) and 4-over 292, giving them a tournament total of 4-over 868. Sacramento State rallied for the team title with an even-par 288 to pull past Washington State with a 7-under 857. The Cougars slipped to second carding a 11-over 299, falling one stroke short of tying Sac State with a 6-under 858.

Spiewak led Boise State on the first day with two back-to-back sub-par rounds shooting a 2-under 70 in the first round followed by a 3-under 69 on the second 18. He finished the day tied for fifth-place at 5-under 139.

Boise State was led by junior Blake Brown who tallied a 2-under 70 on the third round giving him a tournament total of 2-under 214 as he moved up 11 positions from 21st to finish in a three-way tie for 10th-place. Scott Spiewak recorded his best tournament of the fall since transferring to Boise State over the summer. He shot 4-over 76 on the last day giving him a final tally of 1-under 215 and a 13th-place finish, both new career marks. The third ranking Bronco at the event was junior Taylor Porter playing in his first tournament for Boise State after transferring from Spokane Community College. The native

of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, carded a 2-under 70 during the final session. He finished the event at 2-over 218 to tie for 24th. Taeksoo Kim finished with a 5-over 221 to tie for 34th overall. The sophomore was steady recording scores of 73 (+1), 72 (E) and 76 (+4). Clayton Kosanovich rounded out the team scoring firing a 6-over 78 to finish at 228 (+12). Competing as an individual was sophomore Charlie Marusiak who finished with a career-best three-round total of 7-over 223. He shot a season-low 73 (+1) on the final 18.

Final Summary Purple and Red Invitational Oct. 11-12, 2010 Layton, Utah Valley View Golf Club (7,162 yards / Par 72) Host: Weber State University and University of Utah Individual Results (Top-5 and Boise State) 1. Jake Johnson, Sacramento St. (70-65-69--204, -12) 2. Grant Rappleye, Sacramento St. (70-69-70--209, -7) T3. Tyson McFarland, Utah St. (68-70-73--211, -5) T3. Kyle Hurt, Washington St. (70-68-73--211, -5) 5. Justin Smithhisler, Portland (68-72-72--212, -4) T10. T13. T24. T34. T41. T67. +12)

Blake Brown turned in the second-best two round score for Boise State on day one with a even-par 144, tied for 21st. The junior from Scottsdale, Ariz., shot 2-over 74 on the first 18 holes then shaved four strokes off during the second round for a 2-under 70. Close behind was Taeksoo Kim who finished the opening day at 1-over 145 (73-72), tied for 29th. Clayton Kosanovich rounded out the team scoring for Boise State with a 6-over 150 (74-76). Charlie Marusiak competing as an individual recorded a pair of 75’s for a 150 (+6).

Sacramento State swept the top-two places on the individual leaderboard led by Jake Johnson who won the medalist honors with a 12-under 204, followed by Grant Rappleye with a 7-under 209.

Blake Brown

Tied for 10th with a 2-under 214.

Blake Brown, Boise St. (74-70-70--214, -2) Scott Spiewak, Boise St. (70-69-76--215, -1) Taylor Porter, Boise St. (74-74-70--218, +2) Taeksoo Kim, Boise St. (73-72-76--221, +5) *Charlie Marusiak, Boise St. (75-75-73--223, +7) Clayton Kosanovich, Boise St. (74-76-78--228,

Team Results 1. Sacramento State (290-279-288--857, -7) 2. Washington State (280-279-299--858, -6) 3. Portland (289-278-292--859, -5) 4. Weber State (287-287-286--860, -4) 5. Boise State (291-285-292--868, +4) 6. UA-Little Rock (291-294-286--871, +7) 7. Northern Colorado (294-287-291--872, +8) 8. Cal Poly (292-286-301--879, +15) 9. Loyola Marymount (288-291-303--882, +18) T10. Air Force (290-294-301--885, +21) T10. Utah (297-290-298--885, +21) 12. Utah State (289-295-304--888, +24) 13. British Columbia (291-295-305--891, +27) T14. Utah Valley (303-287-308--898, +34) T14. UC Riverside (299-300-299--898, +34) 16. Southern Utah (303-302-305--910, +46)


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Tournament 4 Recap

Broncos Come Away Sixth in New Mexico LAS CRUCES, N.M. (10/25-27/2010) The Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate was the final tournament for the Broncos in the fall. The event was hosted by Western Athletic Conference rival New Mexico State University at the school’s on-campus golf course in Las Cruces. The tournament featured 15 teams who competed on 54-holes over two days.

Taeksoo Kim turned in the third-best result for the Broncos tallying a final score of 9-over 222. The sophomore shot a season-low 1-under 70 during the final round to move up 16 positions on the leaderboard to 30th (tied).

Day One Recap...

Boise State was tied for fifth-place out of 15 teams after two rounds at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate. The Broncos carded a dayone score of 17-over 585 to find itself tied with the University of Kansas. Boise State was 11 strokes out of first place after recording scores of 289 (+5) and 296 (+12). New Mexico State led the team competition by one stroke over Washington State University with a 6-over 574. The WSU Cougars shot 575 (+7) followed by UNLV at 577 (+9). New Mexico State’s Tim Madigan led the individual competition after two rounds turning in a 6-under 136. Blake Brown and Scott Spiewak lead Boise State tied for sixth-place after firing even-par 142’s on Monday. Brown and Spiewak entered the final round six strokes back of Madigan. Brown opened the day with a season-low 68 (-3) on the first 18, then dropped off a bit in the afternoon session with a 74 (+3). Spiewak started off tallying a 2-over 73 in the morning then rallied to shave four strokes off that with a 69 (-2) in the second round. Rounding out the scoring for Boise State were Chris Byrne at 7-over 149 (75-74), is

Scott Spiewak

Rounding out the scoring were Taylor Porter who shaved 10 strokes off his second round score to card a 2-under 69 on Tuesday for a final score of 11-over 224 (76-79-69). Chris Byrne finished at 13-over 226. The senior turned in a 6-over 77 in the final round.

Recorded his second-conscutive top-15 finish with a 215 (+2). Final Summary tied with six others for 28th. He was followed by Taeksoo Kim at 10-over 152 (73-79) and Taylor Porter who shot 13-over 155 (76-79).

Day Two Recap...

Blake Brown led Boise State with an even-par 213 to place tied for seventh at Las Cruces, N.M. The Broncos as a team closed out their fall schedule with a solid finish taking sixthplace out of 15 teams at the tournament with a 16-over 868. This gives Boise State two backto-back strong performances heading into the winter break after taking fifth at the Purple and Red Invitational last time out, Oct. 11-12. The University of Kansas rallied to take the team title carding a three-round total of 6-over 858 to out pace UNLV by one stroke at 859 (+7). Boise State shot a third-round score of 1-under 283 on the final 18 for its best round of the competition. Overall the Broncos matched their last tournament score from the Purple and Red Invitational in Layton, Utah, by carding a 868. However, this was a par-71

course giving them a higher par result of 16over. Blake Brown remained solid through the fourth tournament of the fall leading Boise State with his second straight top-10 finish and third top20 result of the year. He shot an even-par 71 on the last round to give him a three-round score of even-par 213 (68-74-71), finishing in a three-way tie for seventh-place out of 84 participants, a team-best individual placing for the fall schedule. Brown finished the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate five strokes out of first place where New Mexico State’s Tim Madigan and Idaho’s Matt Rawitzer tied for medalist honors with scores of 5-under 208. Scott Spiewak recorded his secondconsecutive top-15 finish taking 12th-place overall with a 2-over 215. The junior from Arizona fired a 2-over 73 during the final session. His final tally matched his best overall score of the year while recording his top finish of the fall.

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Oct. 25-26, 2010 Las Cruces, N.M. NMSU Golf Course (6,999 yards / Par 71) Host: New Mexico State University Individual Results (Top-Five and Boise State) T1. Tim Madigan, New Mexico St. (63-73-72--208, -5) T1. Matt Rawitzer, Idaho (68-70-70--208, -5) T3. Alex Gutesha, Kansas (72-70-68--210, -3) T3. Blake Biddle, UNLV (71-70-69--210, -3) T5. Jarred Bossio, Idaho (73-74-64--211, -2) T5. Derek Ernst, UNLV (71-71-69--211, -2) T7. Blake Brown, Boise St. (68-74-71--213, E) 12. Scott Spiewak, Boise St. (73-69-73--215, +2) T30. Taeksoo Kim, Boise St. (73-79-70--222, +9) T41. Taylor Porter, Boise St. (76-79-69--224, +11) T50. Chris Byrne, Boise St. (75-74-77--226, +13) Team Results 1. Kansas (295-290-273--858, +6) 2. UNLV (289-288-282--859, +7) 3. New Mexico St. (276-298-290--864, +12) 4. Washington St. (287-288-290--865, +13) 5. Idaho (285-297-285--867, +15) 6. Boise St. (289-296-283--868, +16) T7. Air Force (295-296-292--883, +31) T7. Weber St. (293-297-293--883, +31) 9. Illinois St. (290-304-291--885, +33) 10. Texas St. (285-308-294--887, +35) 11. Nebraska (287-309-292--888, +36) 12. UTEP (290-306-299--895, +43) 13. Wichita St. (297-306-293--896, +44) 14. Utah (299-313-289--901, +49) 15. Western New Mexico (296-315-307--918, +66)


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Program Honors

BOISE STATE PROGRAM HONORS NCAA Regional Participants – Team 1994 NCAA Regional Participants – Individual 1993 David Lebeck 1998 Jarrod Warner 2003 Graham DeLaet 2004 Graham DeLaet 2006 Graham DeLaet 2008 Troy Merritt All-American 2008 Troy Merritt

Third Team

Conference Players of the Year 2006 Graham DeLaet WAC 2008 Troy Merritt WAC Conference Tournament Champions 1984 Danny Moore Big Sky 1995 Ryan Deiro Big Sky 2008 Troy Merritt WAC Conference Freshmen of the Year 2002 Graham DeLaet WAC 2005 Matt Hastings WAC Conference Coach of the Year 1995 Bob Campbell Big Sky

TROY MERRITT

2008 WAC Champion and All-American

WAC 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010

All-Conference Graham DeLaet Graham DeLaet Graham DeLaet Troy Merritt Troy Merritt Matt Hastings Scott Loewen Blake Brown

Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

Big West All-Conference 1998 Jarrod Warner First Team 1999 Luke Sestero Second Team Jarrod Warner Honorable Mention 2000 Mickey Cereghino Honorable Mention 2001 Luke Sestero First Team Big Sky All-Conference 1972 Mike Bideganta Steve Wathen 1973 Ron Hodge 1974 Jeff Rodwell 1977 Joe Hickman Brian Mickels Jim Wallace 1978 Rusty Martensen 1982 Courtney Foster Ron Rawls 1983 Dave Rasmussen 1984 Danny Moore Courtney Foster Tad Holloway Larry Raschko 1985 Larry Raschko Scott Schilling 1986 Larry Raschko 1993 David LeBeck Travis Thompson Jon Herendeen Matt Schweiger 1994 Ryan Diero John Cook Peter Nichenko 1995 Ryan Deiro Lance Rieber T.J. Gomez Jarrod Warner


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BOISE STATE RECORDS Tournament Wins – Individual 1983-84 Danny Moore ������������������������ Big Sky Championship 1988-89 Craig Grunig ����������������������������������������BSU Tri-Meet John Kawasoe ������������������������������������ NNC Tri-Meet Chris Clark ����������������������������������������������������� Tri-City 1990-91 Matt Schweiger ������������������������������� Sacramento Inv. 1992-93 David Lebeck ������������������������������������������ Jacoby Inv. David Lebeck ���������������������������������������������� PSU Inv. David Lebeck ���������������������������������������������� BSU Inv. 1993-94 David Lebeck ���������������������������������������������� BSU Inv. 1994-95 Ryan Deiro ���������������������������������� Bronco Spring Inv. 1995-96 Ryan Deiro ��������������������������� Big Sky Championship 1997-98 Jarrod Warner ����������������������������������� Stanislaus Inv. 1998-99 Luke Sestero ��������������������������Rocky Mountain Inter. 2000-01 Luke Sestero �������������������������������������Vandal Classic 2002-03 Graham DeLaet ����������������������������� Bronco Round-up Graham DeLaet ������������������������������Squire Creek Inv. Graham DeLaet ������������������������������� George Von Elm 2003-04 Graham DeLaet ����������������������������������Vandal Classic Graham DeLaet ��������������������������� Braveheart Classic Graham Delaet ���������������������������������� Diablo Grande Graham DeLaet ��������������������������� Grand Canyon Inv. 2005-06 Graham DeLaet ���������������� Gene Miranda Falcon Inv. Graham DeLaet �������������������� Boise State Bronco Inv. Graham DeLaet ������������������������������� Thunderbird Inv. 2006-07 Nick Travers ������������������������������District VII Shootout Troy Merritt ��������������������������������������� Ron Moore Inv. 2007-08 Troy Merritt ����������������������Giustina Memorial Classic Troy Merritt ��������������������������������Purple and Red Inv. Troy Merritt ��������������������������������������� Ron Moore Inv. Troy Merritt ����������������������� OGIO Pacific Coast Inter. Troy Merritt ����������������������Wyoming Cowboy Classic Troy Merritt ����������������������������� PING Cougar Classic Troy Merritt ������������������������������� WAC Championship 2009-10 Blake Brown ������������������������������� Palouse Collegiate Tournament Wins – Team 1988-89 BSU Triangular Meet 1989-90 Black Butte Invitational 1990-91 Boise State Invitational 1991-92 Boise State Invitational 1992-93 Portland State Invitational Grand Canyon Invitational Boise State Invitational 1993-94 Boise State Invitational

1994-95 1995-96 2001-02 2002-03 2005-06 2007-08

Bronco Spring Invitational Big Sky Championships Boise State Invitational Bronco Round-up Santa Clara University Invitational Purple and Red Invitational

Career Top 10 Finishes 1. 26 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2001-06 2. 15 Troy Merritt �������������������������������������������������� 2006-08 3. 13 Luke Sestero ����������������������������������������������� 1998-02 4. 10 David Lebeck ����������������������������������������������� 1992-94 5. 9 Matt Hastings ����������������������������������������������� 2004-08 6. 8 Jon Herendeen �������������������������������������������� 1992-94 8 Lance Rieber ����������������������������������������������� 1993-97 8. 7 Jarrod Warner ��������������������������������������������� 1995-99 9. 6 Mike DeBoard ���������������������������������������������� 2000-04 6 Jason Williams �������������������������������������������� 2003-06 . Season Top 10 Finishes 1. 9 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2003-04 9 Troy Merritt �������������������������������������������������� 2007-08 3. 8 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2005-06 4. 6 Luke Sestero ����������������������������������������������� 2000-01 6 Troy Merritt �������������������������������������������������� 2006-07 6. 5 David Lebeck ����������������������������������������������� 1992-93 5 David Lebeck ����������������������������������������������� 1993-94 5 Mike DeBoard ���������������������������������������������� 2002-03 5 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2002-03 10. 4 Jon Herendeen �������������������������������������������� 1992-93 4 Jon Herendeen �������������������������������������������� 1993-94 4 Luke Sestero ����������������������������������������������� 1998-99 4 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2001-02 4 Nick Travers ������������������������������������������������ 2006-07 Career Top 25 Finishes 1. 37 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2001-06 2. 21 Matt Hastings ����������������������������������������������� 2004-08 21 Troy Merritt �������������������������������������������������� 2006-08 3. 19 Luke Sestero ����������������������������������������������� 1998-02 4. 18 David Lebeck ����������������������������������������������� 1992-94 5. 16 Jon Herendeen �������������������������������������������� 1992-94 16 Mike DeBoard ���������������������������������������������� 2000-04 16 Jason Williams �������������������������������������������� 2003-06 8. 15 Adam Choy �������������������������������������������������� 2002-06

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14 Ryan Deiro �������������������������������������������������� 1993-97 14 Jarrod Warner ��������������������������������������������� 1995-99

Season 1. 12 2. 11 3. 10 10 10 6. 9 9 9 9 9

Top 25 Finishes Troy Merritt �������������������������������������������������� 2006-08 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2005-06 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2002-03 Adam Choy �������������������������������������������������� 2003-04 Graham DeLaet �������������������������������������������� 2003-04 Troy Merritt �������������������������������������������������� 2006-07 David Lebeck ����������������������������������������������� 1992-93 David Lebeck ����������������������������������������������� 1993-94 Jon Herendeen �������������������������������������������� 1993-94 Mike DeBoard ���������������������������������������������� 2002-03

Lowest Round 62 Troy Merritt ��������������������������������2006 District VII Shootout 62 Chris Clark ���������������������������������������������������� 1988 Tri-City 63 Troy Merritt ��������������������������������������������2007 Belmont Inv. 64 Troy Merritt �����������������������������������������2007 Turtle Bay Inv. 65 Graham DeLaet ����������������������������� 2003 George Von Elm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 George Von Elm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Grand Canyon Inv. 65 Troy Merritt ��������������������������������2007 Purple and Red Inv. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Wyoming Cowboy Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Ron Moore Inv. 66 John Kawasoe ����������������������������������� 1989 NNC Tri-Meet 66 Jim Brown ���������������������������������������������� 1990 Jacoby Inv. 66 Jon Herendeen �������������������������������� 1994 Boise State Inv. 66 Jarrod Warner �������������������������� 1997 Rocky Mountain Inv. 66 Luke Sestero ��������������������������1998 Rocky Mountain Inter. 66 John Warner ��������������������������1998 Rocky Mountain Inter. 66 Mickey Cereghino �����������������������������������2000 Bengal Inv. 66 Graham DeLaet ��������������������������� 2002 Bronco Round-up 66 Jason Williams ��������������������������� 2004 Grand Canyon Inv. 66 Jason Williams �����������������������������������2005 Wolf Pack Inv. 66 Graham DeLaet ������������������ 2005 Boise State Bronco Inv. 66 Brian Smith �������������������������� 2005 Boise State Bronco Inv. 66 Graham DeLaet ������������������������������2006 Thunderbird Inv. 66 Troy Merritt ���������������������������2007 Shootout at Angel Park


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BRONCO HISTORY

BOISE STATE

Program Records

BOISE STATE RECORDS Three-Round Score (score under par) 199 (-14) Troy Merritt March 31-April 1, 2008 OGIO Pacific Coast Intercollegiate - Santa Barbara, Calif. 200 (-16) Troy Merritt March 21-23, 2008 Ron Moore Invitational - Phoenix, Ariz. Two-Round Tournament Score 134 (-10) Troy Merritt Sept. 24-25, 2007 Purple and Red Invitational - Layton, Utah 136 (-8) Graham DeLaet Feb. 13-14, 2006 Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational - St. George, Utah Conference Championship Finish – Team 1. 1st/5 1995-96 Big Sky 2. 2nd/5 1977-78 Big Sky 2nd/6 1984-85 Big Sky 2nd/5 1993-94 Big Sky 2nd/5 1994-95 Big Sky 2nd/9 2007-08 WAC 4. 3rd/6 1982-83 Big Sky 3rd/6 1983-84 Big Sky 3rd/10 1998-99 Big West Conference Championship Finish - Individual 1. 1st 1st 1st 2. 2nd 2nd 4. 3rd 5. 4th 8. 5th 5th 5th 5th

Troy Merritt Ryan Deiro Danny Moore David Lebeck Mickey Cereghino Travis Thompson Jarrod Warner Luke Sestero Graham DeLaet Matt Hastings Ryan Deiro Lance Rieber Graham DeLaet

2007-08 1995-96 1983-84 1993-94 1999-00 1993-94 1998-99 1998-99 2003-04 2007-08 1994-95 1995-96 2002-03

209 (-7) 216 (E) 211 (-5) 215 (-1) 214 (-2) 217 (+1) 221 (+5) 221 (+5) 212 (-1) 223 (+7) 225 (+9) 223 (+7) 214 (-2)

WAC Big Sky Big Sky Big Sky Big West Big Sky Big West Big West WAC WAC Big Sky Big Sky WAC

Conference Championship Score – Individual (three rounds)

GRAHAM DeLAET

2006 WAC Player of the Year three-time NCAA Participant

209 (-7) Troy Merritt 68-70-71 Apr. 28-30, 2008 San Jose, Calif. - Cinnabar Hills Golf Club: par 72 211 (-5) Danny Moore 71-69-71 May 4-5,1984 Boise, Idaho - Crane Creek Country Club: par 72

212 (-1) Graham DeLaet 71-68-73 May 3-5, 2004 Fresno, Calif. - San Joaquin Country Club: par 71 215 (-1) John Baranco 68-73-74 Apr. 30-2, 2007 Reno, Nev. - Hidden Valley Country Club: par 72 Conference Championship Score - Individual (one round) 66 (-6) Troy Merritt May 1, 2007 Hidden Valley Country Club Conference Championship Score – Team (three rounds) 866 (+2) WAC Hidden Valley Country Club May 1, 2007 Conference Championship Score – Team (one round) 279 (-9) WAC Hidden Valley Country Club May 1, 2007 Single Round Team Score 271 Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Third Round - Sept. 9, 1998 Three-Round Team Score 834 Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Sept. 8-9, 1998 Season Scoring Average (Minimum 15 Rounds) 1. Troy Merritt 69.53 2. Graham DeLaet 71.4 3. Graham DeLaet 71.5 4. Troy Merritt 71.9 5. Graham DeLaet 72.6 6. Matt Hastings 72.6 7. John Baranco 72.8 8. David Lebeck 72.9 Matt Hastings 72.9 John Baranco 72.9

2007-08 2005-06 2003-04 2006-07 2002-03 2007-08 2007-08 1992-93 2004-05 2006-07


BOISE STATE 2010-11 SCHEDULE D AT E

T O U R N A M E N T ( L O C AT I O N )

HOST SCHOOL

Sept. 13-14

WSU Cougar Invitational (Pullman, Wash.: Palouse Ridge GC)

Washington St.

Oct. 2-4

SCU Cabo Collegiate (Baja San Lucas, Mexico: Querencia CC)

Santa Clara

Oct. 11-12

Purple and Red Invitational (Layton, Utah: Valley View GC)

Oct. 25-26

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (Las Cruces, N.M.: University GC)

Feb. 14-15

Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational (St. George, Utah: Sunbrook CC)

Feb. 26-27

Wyoming Desert Classic (Palm Springs, Calif.: Classic Club GC)

Wyoming

March 11-12

Bandon Dunes Championship (Bandon, Ore.: Bandon Dunes CC)

Gonzaga

March 17-19

Denver Desert Shootout (Goodyear, Ariz.: Palm Valley GC)

March 28-29

OGIO Santa Barbara Intercollegiate (Santa Barbara, Calif.: Sandpiper GC)

April 15-16

PING Cougar Classic (Provo, Utah: Riverside CC)

Utah & Weber State New Mexico State Southern Utah

Denver UC Santa Barbara BYU

May 2-4

WAC Championship (Henderson, Nev.: Rio Secco GC)

WAC &

May 20-22

NCAA Regional Championship (TBD)

NCAA

May-June 31-5

NCAA National Championship (Stillwater, Okla.: Karsten Creek GC)

Oklahoma St. / NCAA

Boise State 2010-11 Men's Golf Yearbook  

Boise State 2010-11 Men's Golf Yearbook