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YEARBOOK

WOMEN’S GOLF

Table of Contents

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Roster & Quick Facts

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Team Photo

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2012-13 Schedule

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Indoor Practice Facility

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Coaches Profiles

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Player Profiles

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Program Honors

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Program Records

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Fall Recap


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INTRODUCTION

BOISE STATE

Roster and Quick Facts

Emma Dahlqvist Jonkoping, Sweden

Jenna Leurquin Waterloo, Belgium

McKenzie Ford McKinleyville, Calif.

Samantha Martin Los Angeles

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Michelle Gooding Wilder, Idaho

Sammie Pless Seattle

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Lori Harper Manhattan Beach, Calif.

Hayley Young Honolulu

Jennifer Henningsson Stockholm, Sweden

Nicole Bird Head Coach

Dave Bartels Assistant Coach

EXP. HOMETOWN (SCHOOL / COLLEGE)

Emma Dahlqvist

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Jonkoping, Sweden (Per Brahegymnasiet HS)

McKenzie Ford

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McKinleyville, Calif. (McKinleyville HS)

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Wilder, Idaho (Greenleaf Friends Academy)

Lori Harper

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Manhattan Beach, Calif. (Mira Costa HS)

Jennifer Henningsson

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Stockholm, Sweden (Walthers Gymnasium)

Jenna Leurquin

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Waterloo, Belgium (Cardinal Mercier College <HS>)

Samantha Martin

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Los Angeles, Calif. (Torrance HS)

Sammie Pless

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Seattle, Wash. (Holy Names Academy)

Hayley Young

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Honolulu, Hawaiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;i (Mid-Pacific Institute)

Michelle Gooding

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Nicole Bird (Centenary College, 2000: Sixth Year) Assistant Coach: Dave Bartels (Boise State, 1994: Third Year)


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INTRODUCTION Team Photo

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BOISE STATE

Schedule

HOST LOGO

DATE

RESULT

TOURNAMENT

GOLF COURSE (PAR)

LOCATION

HOST SCHOOL

9/17-18

9th 917 (+53)

Oregon State Invitational

Trysting Tree Golf Club (Par 72)

Corvallis, Ore.

Oregon State

10/1-2

4th 919 (+55)

Rose City Collegiate

Langdon Farms Golf Club (Par 72)

Aurora, Ore.

Portland State

10/8-10

5th 893 (+29)

Prices “Give`Em Five” Intercollegiate

NMSU Golf Course (Par 72)

Las Cruces, N.M.

New Mexico State

10/30-31

7th 911 (+47)

Rainbow Wahine Invitational

Leilehua Golf Course (Par 72)

Honolulu

Hawai’i

WINTER BREAK 2/17-19

Folino Invitational

Industry Hills Golf Course (Par 71/72)

Industry, Calif.

Cal State Fullerton

3/14-15

Bison Invitational at Paiute

Paiute Golf Resort (Par 72)

Las Vegas

Bucknell

3/18-19

BYU at Entrada Classic

Entrada Golf Course (Par 71)

St. George,Utah

BYU

4/8-10

Cowgirl Classic

Ocotillo Golf Resort (Par 72)

Chandler, Ariz.

Wyoming

4/25-27

MW Championships

Mission Hills Country Club (Par 72)

Rancho Mirage, Calif.

Mountain West

5/9-11

NCAA Regionals

TBA

TBA

NCAA

5/21-24

NCAA Championships

Univ. of Georgia Golf Course (Par 71/72)

Athens, Ga.

NCAA & Georgia


WOMEN’S GOLF The Boise State Golf Indoor Practice Facility provides the men’s and women’s golf teams 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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FACES OF THE BRONCOS

WOMEN’S GOLF

Profiles

BRONCO PROFILES ● STAFF BIOS ● PLAYER BIOS

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BOISE STATE


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Head Coach’s Profile

Nicole Bird is in her sixth season as the head coach of the Boise State women’s golf team, and the team has shown marked improvement since her arrival prior to the 2007-08 season.

Young finished in the top 25 in each of this past fall’s four tournaments, and is now fifth all-time on the Broncos’ career list with 16. Her eight-career top-10 finishes are second all-time at Boise State.

The Broncos won their first tournament title in nearly nine years with a victory at the 2008 Bronco Fall Invitational, and the fourth-place effort at the 2011 Western Athletic Conference Championships is tied for the third-best team finish at a conference tournament in school history.

In the classroom, the Broncos have combined for 12 conference all-academic selections and four NGCA AllAmerica Scholars. Additionally, three of her golfers were named Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award recipients for 2011-12, one of the highest academic honors bestowed by the conference.

Bird’s Broncos will try to improve on that as the team embarks on its second season in the Mountain West in 2012-13. Bird brought in a trio of highly-touted freshmen for the 2012-13 campaign, and the group has not disappointed. The group ranked 16th-nationally in Golfstat’s Freshman Class Impact Rankings through the fall season, and the trio has meshed with a pair of seniors to produce one of the most successful fall seasons in recent memory. Boise State broke the school record for lowest singleround team score (291; +3) and three-round team score (893, +29) at the “Price’s Give ‘Em Five” Invitational (Oct. 8-10), and twice went an entire tournament without posting a round in the 80s. Boise State was the only team in the field to accomplish the feat at the Oregon State Invitational (Sept. 17-18). Several Broncos have been honored with postseason recognition under Bird. Iris Ocariza earned the team’s first all-conference accolade in three seasons, garnering second-team honors in 2009. Her scoring average of 76.7 that season was the third-lowest in school history, and her six top-25 finishes in 2008-09 are tied for the sixth-most in school history. Hayley Young earned second-team All-WAC accolades following the 2010-11 season, posting six top-25 finishes – tied for the sixth-most in school history – and recording four top-10 efforts, tied for the second-most by a Bronco all-time. Young set the school’s single-season scoring average record in 2010-11 (75.8), and posted the fourth-best mark in school history in 2011-12 (76.6). Jenna Leurquin wasn’t far behind last season, recording the 10th-best single-season mark all-time (77.5).

The team set the school record for highest singlesemester grade-point average with a 3.68 in the spring of 2012, and led all programs this fall with a 3.58. Bird joined Boise State after spending five seasons as an assistant coach at TCU. Her duties as assistant coach included aiding in recruiting, organizing day-today operations of the program and helping lead team practices and workouts. The Horned Frogs posted five-straight NCAA Championships appearances and registered five regular-season tournament victories during Bird’s tenure. The 2007 team won the MW Championship, and the program produced three All-America honorees in Catherine Matranga, Valentine Derrey and Brooke Tull. She also helped coach nine NGCA All-America Scholars, one Academic All-American and nine allconference honorees. Bird served as the assistant tournament director for the 2004 Conference-USA Women’s Golf Championships, as an intern with the American Junior Golf Association and as the AJGA’s Manager of Tournament Administration. A native of Edmond, Okla., Bird attended Western New Mexico University from 1996-98 before transferring to Centenary (1998-2000), where she graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in communication and professional writing. She and husband Steve were married during the summer of 2011.

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Assistant Coach’s Profile

Dave Bartels is in his third year as an assistant coach with the Broncos after joining the program Jan. 10, 2011. Bartels serves as the program’s swing coach, assists in the daily mentoring of the Broncos and helps in recruiting. Professionally, Bartels is a 13-year member of the Rocky Mountain Section of the PGA. He has been one of the leading golf instructors in the Treasure Valley for the last 12 years, based out of Pierce Park Greens in Boise. Bartels is a native of Boise, attending Borah High School graduating from Boise State in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in social science. Dave and wife Becky live in Boise.

Assistant Coach Tenur e: Third Season Hometown: Boise, Idaho Alma Mater : Boise State, 1994


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WOMEN’S GOLF

Class Photos

Seniors

Junior

Freshmen

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WOMEN’S GOLF BOISE STATE CAREER SENIOR (FALL 2012): Competed in each of the Broncos’ four fall tournaments… recorded a top-25 finish at each event, including back-to-back top-10 efforts…tied for 25th at the season-opening Oregon State Invitational (Sept. 17-18), carding a three-round total of 227 (+11)…finished tied for eighth at the Rose City Collegiate (Oct. 1-2) with a three-round total of 226 (+10)…best effort of the fall came at the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational (Oct. 8-10), where she tied for seventh place… rounded out the fall with a 13th-place effort at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Oct. 30-31)…posted a 54-hole total of 226 (+10) at the tournament…now has eight-career top-10 finishes, the second-most in Boise State history…16 top-25 finishes during her career are tied for the fifth-most in school history…fired two rounds of even-par 72, her lowest of the fall season…scoring average of 74.83 led the Broncos during the fall and is a career best. JUNIOR (2011-12): Appeared in each of the team’s nine tournaments on the season…registered two top-10 finishes and five top 25s, leading the team in each category…scoring average of 76.56 through 25 rounds on the season led the team and ranked 16th in the Mountain West…mark was also the fourth-lowest in school history…tied or led the Broncos as medalist in eight of nine events…began the season by tying for 18th at the Circling Raven Collegiate (Sept. 12-14) with a three-round total of 232 (76-75-81, +16)…followed with a tie for fourth at the Rose City Collegiate (Sept. 26-27), the second-best finish of her Bronco career… carded an 8-over 224 (75-77-72) at the event, earning a fourth-straight top-25 finish dating back to 2010-11…final-round even-par 72 tied for the lowest score of the day…finished one stroke back of a fifth-straight top 25, finishing tied for 27th at the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational (Oct. 10-12)…final-round 1-under 71 at the event tied her career low…tied for 19th at the Memphis Fall Invitational (Oct. 24-25) with a 54-hole total of 233 (78-78-77, +20)…began the spring season with a tie for 20th at the Fresno State Lexus Classic (March 12-13)…carded a three-round total of 230 (73-77-80, +14) at the event…second-best effort of the season came at the Mountain West Championships (April 20-22)…finished in eighth place with a 54-hole total of 226 (75-76-75, +10)…tied for medalist honors at the Broncos’ duel against the College of Idaho (Sept. 16), carding an even-par 72…named to the Mountain West Spring Academic All-Conference Team. SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Competed in 11 of the Broncos’ 12 tournaments… scoring average of 75.8 led the team and helped her earn second-team AllWestern Athletic Conference honors…averaged 7.2-over-par in 25 rounds… counted 23.5-of-25 (.940) of her rounds toward the team score…was the Broncos’ best finisher in all but two of the events she competed in…recorded six top-25 finishes on the season, including four top 10s…best finish of the season came at the Memphis Fall Invitational, where she tied for third with a 36-hole total of 150 (+8)…a tie for fifth the following week at the Cal Poly/Lamkin Grip Invitational gave her back-to-back top 10s…recorded a 36-hole total of 152 (+6)…also finished tied for seventh at the Rose City Collegiate with a 54-hole total of 222 (+6)…effort marked a career low for a three-round tournament…fourth top-10 finish came at the Western Athletic Conference Championships, where she tied for ninth…recorded a 225 (+12) at the three-round league tournament…tied for

Profile 11th at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic with a 7-over 223, her second-lowest total for a 54-hole event…opened her season with a tie for 14th at the Circling Raven Collegiate, posting a three-round total of 227 (+11)…carded two rounds of paror-better, tying her career low with a single-round 71 (-1) in the second round of the Cowgirl Classic…recorded an even-par 72 in the third round of the Rose City. FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in nine of the Broncos’ 10 tournaments during her collegiate debut...first action as a Bronco came at the Washington State Inland Cup where she carded a 240 (+24) to tie for 29th...played in 25 rounds, averaging 78.8 strokes and 7.2-over-par…19.5 (.780) of her rounds counted towards the team total…top result was a 17th-place finish at the WAC Championships, posting a 236 (+23)...top tournament score was a 231 (+15) at the Northern Migration Invitational…also recorded an 18-hole best 1-under 71 in the first round of the NMI. AMATEUR COMPETITION Finished eighth in the 2007 American Junior Golf Association Future Legends Tournament…took second at the 2007 Hawaii State Women’s Stroke Play Championship…won the 2005 Mayor’s Cup Women’s Division…named America’s Most Improved Junior Golfer by Golf Digest in May 2008. HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Four-year letterwinner in golf…placed fifth at the Hawaii State Championship in 2008...voted team MVP her sophomore, junior and senior seasons. MAJOR – Social Science YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2009-10 9 25 1,970 2010-11 11 24 1,820 2011-12 9 25 1,914 2012-13 4 12 898 TOTALS 33 86 6,602

AVG 78.80 75.83 76.56 74.83 76.77

LOW 71 71 71 72 71

TOP 10 0 4 2 2 8

TOP 25 1 6 5 4 16

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WOMEN’S GOLF BOISE STATE CAREER SENIOR (FALL 2012): Competed in each of the Broncos’ four fall tournaments… recorded her first-career top-10 finish, tying for eighth place at the Rose City Collegiate (Oct. 1-2)…posted a three-round total of 226 (+10) at the event, her lowest of the season…carded second- and third-round 2-over 74s at the Rose City, also her lowest of the season…scoring average of 77.67 through the fall season is a career best. JUNIOR (2011-12): Appeared in eight of the Broncos’ nine events on the season…registered a career-high three top-25 finishes, including back-toback top 25s to start the year…gave her three-straight dating back to the WAC Championships in 2011…finished tied for 24th at the Circling Raven Collegiate (Sept. 12-14) with a three-round total of 233 (75-80-78, +17)…followed with a tie for 13th at the Rose City Collegiate (Sept. 26-27) with a 54-hole total of 229 (75-77-77, +13)…finished one stroke back of a fourth-straight top 25, finishing tied for 27th with a three-round 224 (79-73-72, +8) at the Price’s “Give’Em Five” Intercollegiate (Oct. 10-12)…final-round score tied her career low…finished tied for 16th at the Mountain West Championships (April 20-22)…carded a 54hole total of 232 (77-81-74, +16)…posted a ninth-place effort at the Broncos’ duel against the College of Idaho (Sept. 16) with an 81 (+9)…tied for medalist honors three times for the Broncos…averaged 78.16 through 25 rounds, the third-best mark on the team…named to the Mountain West Spring Academic AllConference Team…also earned the MW Scholar-Athlete Award for 2011-12 and NGCA Division I All-America Scholar honors. SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Competed in each of the Broncos’ 12 tournaments on the season…averaged 79.8 strokes and 8.0-over-par during 28 rounds… counted 24-of-28 (.857) rounds on the season…recorded her first-career top-25 finish with a tie for 11th at the Western Athletic Conference Championships… posted a career-low 54-hole total of 226 (+13) at the event…opening-round 72 (+1) at the league tournament was a career low. FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in nine of Boise State’s 10 tournaments during her collegiate debut...first action as a Bronco was at the Washington State Inland Cup, where she recorded a three-round total of 245 (+29)...played in 25 rounds, averaging 80.7 strokes and 9.1-over-par…18.5 (74 pct.) of her rounds counted towards team score…top tournament score was a 233 (+23) at the Challenge at Onion Creek in Austin, Texas...top score was a 5-over 75 in the second round of the Challenge at Onion Creek…named Academic All-WAC and NGCA AllAmerican Scholar.

FACES OF THE BRONCOS Profile AMATEUR COMPETITION Placed in the top 10 twice in her career at the California Women’s Amateur Championships…won the Future College World Tour Championship in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Four-year letterwinner and team captain for her junior and senior seasons…fourtime first-team all-league honoree during her prep career… two-time team MVP… four-time recipient of the Academic Athlete Award. MAJOR – Political Science / Business YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2009-10 9 25 2,018 2010-11 12 28 2,234 2011-12 9 25 1,954 2012-13 4 12 932 TOTALS 34 90 7,138

AVG 80.72 79.79 78.16 77.67 79.31

LOW 75 72 72 74 72

TOP 10 0 0 0 1 1

TOP 25 0 1 3 1 5

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BOISE STATE CAREER SENIOR (FALL 2012): Did not compete for the Broncos during the fall. JUNIOR (2011-12): Competed in one event for the Broncos during the season, playing as an individual in Boise State’s duel against the College of Idaho (Sept. 16)…shot 83 (+11) at the River Bend Golf Course in Wilder, Idaho. SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Competed in two events for the Broncos, a dual against the College of Idaho and a dual against Idaho State...averaged 89.0 strokes and 17.5-over-per per round. FRESHMAN (2009-10): Competed in three tournaments during her collegiate debut…first action for Boise State was at the Washington State Inland Cup, where she recorded a three-round 264 (+48)...played in seven rounds, averaging 85.7 strokes and 13.9-over-par per round…counted two rounds on the season…best tournament score was a 245 (+29) at the Fresno State Lexus Classic, recording career-best score of 6-over 78 in the second round. PREP CAREER Finished third at the JC-Marwin Cup in 2009…also took third at the Skandia Tour Riks No.7 in 2006…was the runner-up at the Skandia Tour Regional No. 5 in 2008…also took fourth at the Skandia Tour Riks No. 6 in Stockholm in 2008. MAJOR - Communication YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2009-10 3 7 600 2010-11 2 2 178 2011-12 1 1 83 2012-13 0 0 0 TOTALS 6 10 861

AVG 85.71 89.00 83.00 0 86.10

LOW 78 84 83 0 78

TOP 10 0 0 0 0 0

TOP 25 0 0 0 0 0

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BOISE STATE CAREER SENIOR (FALL 2012): Did not compete for the Broncos during the fall. JUNIOR (2011-12): Competed in two events for the Broncos during the season…played as an individual in Boise State’s duel against the College of Idaho (Sept. 16)…shot 85 (+13) at the River Bend Golf Course in Wilder, Idaho… also played for the Broncos in the Cowgirl Classic (April 9-11)…averaged 85.67 through three rounds on the season, including a season-low 82 in the opening round of the Cowgirl…earned the MW Scholar-Athlete Award for 2011-12. SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Played in five events for the Broncos…averaged 83.1 strokes and 11.3-over-par during nine rounds…counted 4.5-of-8 (.563) rounds on the season…career-low 76 (+5) came in the second round of the Memphis Fall Invitational...also posted her best finish of the season at the event, finishing tied for 32nd with a 36-hole total of 160 (+18). FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in seven of Boise State’s 10 tournaments during her debut season...first action as a Bronco was at the Washington State Inland Cup, where she fired a three-round total of 252 (+36)...played in 19 rounds, averaging 81.3 strokes and 9.5-over-par…12.5 (.658) of her rounds counted towards team score…posted her first-career top-25 finish at the Western Athletic Conference Championships…carded a career-best three-round score of 238 (+25) at the league tournament...top score was a 5-over 77 in the second round of the Baylor Invitational…named Academic All-WAC and NGCA All-American Scholar. PREP CAREER Took the title at the Skandia Tour Regional No. 5 at Ingarö in 2009…placed eighth in three other tournaments in the summer of 2009…also took fourth at the Skandia Tour Regional No. 1. MAJOR - Communication YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2009-10 7 19 1,544 2010-11 5 9 748 2011-12 2 3 257 2012-13 0 0 0 TOTALS 14 31 2,549

AVG 81.26 83.11 85.67 0 82.23

LOW 77 76 82 0 76

TOP 10 0 0 0 0 0

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WOMEN’S GOLF BOISE STATE CAREER RS SENIOR (FALL 2012): Did not compete for the Broncos during the fall. RS JUNIOR (2011-12): Competed in eight events on the season…best tournament effort came at the Mountain West Championships (April 20-22), where she finished in 31st with a three-round total of 246 (80-78-88, +30)…also finished fifth while playing as an individual at the College of Idaho Duel (Sept. 16), shooting 75 (+3)…round was the lowest of the season…averaged 81.96 through 22 rounds…served as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Vice President for the academic year…ASBSU Student-Athlete Delegate for the year…named to the Mountain West Spring Academic All-Conference Team. RS SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Competed in each of the Broncos’ 12 tournaments on the season…averaged 79.9 strokes and 8.5-over-par during 28 rounds…counted 22.5-of-27 (.833) rounds on the season…recorded her first-career top-25 finish at the Western Athletic Conference Championships… carded a three-round total of 236 (+23), finishing tied for 24th…career-best 54hole tournament score came at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Collegiate, where she posted a 13-over 229…also set a career low with a third-round 74 (+2) at the Rose City Collegiatate…named Academic All-Western Athletic Conference. SOPHOMORE (2009-10): Played in three of four tournaments during the fall semester before missing the spring due to injury...played nine rounds, averaging 80.1 strokes and 8.8-over-par per round…6-of-9 (.667) rounds counted towards team score…top result was a tie for 27th at the Giustina Memorial Classic, carding a season-best 23-over 239...top round was a 4-over 76 on the final 18 at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Collegiate…named Academic All-WAC. FRESHMAN (2008-09): Played in one tournament during her debut season with the Broncos…first action for Boise State was at the Bronco Fall Invitational... played two rounds, averaging 82 strokes and 10-over-par per round…top result was a tie for 49th at the Bronco Fall Invitational, where she carded a 20-over 164 on 36 holes…best-single round of the season was a 7-over 79. AMATEUR CAREER During summer 2011, finished runner-up at the IGA Women’s State Match Play and third at the McCall Women’s Amateur…fired a final-round 4-under 69 at McCall.

Profile HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Graduated as class valedictorian...team captain senior season…named firstteam all-state all four years... earned first-team all-league her freshman season... named Female Athlete of the Year in 2007 and 2008...was named to the all-area spring team for golf during junior and senior seasons…garnered all-state and allconference academic honors all four years…conference basketball and volleyball player of the year as both a junior and senior…earned four letters each in golf, basketball and volleyball in addition to one in track as a junior...holds numerous school records in both basketball and volleyball…served as ASB President senior year and FCA President...class representative as a sophomore and junior... member of the National Honor Society, social committee and honor roll. MAJOR – Health Science YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2008-09 1 2 164 2009-10 3 9 721 2010-11 12 28 2,238 2011-12 8 22 1,803 2012-13 0 0 0 TOTALS 24 61 4,926

AVG 82.00 80.11 79.93 81.96 0 80.75

LOW 79 78 74 75 0 74

TOP 10 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOP 25 0 0 1 0 0 1

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BOISE STATE CAREER JUNIOR (FALL 2012): Did not compete for the Broncos during the fall. SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Played in seven of the Broncos’ nine tournaments, registering three top-25 finishes…averaged 77.47 through 19 rounds on the season, the second-best mark on the team and the 10th-lowest in school history… first-career top-25 effort came in the fall finale, the Memphis Fall Invitational (Oct. 24-25)…carded a three-round total of 235 (+22; 82-77-76) at the event to finish in a tie for 23rd…tied for 22nd at the Fresno State Lexus Classic (March 12-13) with a three-round total of 232 (80-74-78, +16)…best effort of the season came at the Mountain West Championships (April 20-22), where she finished 15th…posted rounds of 80-77-74 en route to a 54-hole total of 231 (+15)…tied for medalist honors for the Broncos at the Cowgirl Classic (April 9-11)…finished tied for fifth in Boise State’s duel against the College of Idaho (Sept. 16) with a 75 (+3)…posted a career-low 74 three times…named to the Mountain West Spring Academic AllConference Team…also earned the MW Scholar-Athlete Award for 2011-12 and was named NGCA Division I All-America Scholar. FRESHMAN (2010-11): Competed in each of Boise State’s 12 events during her collegiate debut…averaged 78.8 strokes per round, ranking second on the team…averaged 6.7-over-par in 28 rounds…counted 23-of-28 (.821) rounds toward the team score…posted a season-best tie for 30th at both the Memphis Fall Invitational and the Fresno State Lexus Classic…posted a 234 (+18) at Fresno State, including a season-low third-round score of 72 (E)…36-hole total of 159 (+17) at Memphis…season-low 54-hole total of 230 (+14) came at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Collegiate. PREP COMPETITION Placed fourth at the 2010 Grand Prix de Belle Dune in France...placed 4th at the 2010 U18 Ethias Juniors...won the 2010 U18 Prix Florence Descampe...placed 19th at the 2010 National Ladies Stroke Play with a 329 over four rounds... runner-up at the 2010 Antwerp Juniors Open carding a 9-over 155...placed 12th at the 2010 Federal Tour - Grand Final Ladies tournament with a 11-over 155... was seeded 15th at the 2010 National Match Play Championship at the Royal Golf Club of Belgium. MAJOR - Finance / International Business YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2010-11 12 27 2,127 2011-12 7 19 1,472 TOTALS 19 46 3,599

AVG 78.78 77.47 78.24

LOW 72 74 72

TOP 10 0 0 0

TOP 25 0 3 3

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BOISE STATE CAREER FRESHMAN (FALL 2012): Competed in each of the Broncos’ four fall tournaments…part of a trio of Broncos that ranked 16th in Golfstat’s Freshman Impact Rankings during the fall season…missed her first-career top-25 finish by a stroke at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Oct. 30-31)…tied for 26th at the event with a three-round total of 229 (+13)…54-hole score was her lowest of the fall season…second-round 75 (+3) at the Oregon State Invitational (Sept. 17-18) was her lowest of the fall…scoring average of 77.58 ranked fourth on the team during the fall season. HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Four-time all-county recipient and four-time participant in the North Coast Section Tournament of Champions, finishing fourth at the tournament as a senior… earned medalist honors twice at the NCS Division II Championship…four-time class president and boasted a 3.772 prep grade-point average…also a three-time letterwinner in both basketball and softball, earning all-county honors in each. MAJOR – Undeclared YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2012-13 4 12 931 TOTALS 4 12 931

AVG 77.58 77.58

LOW 75 75

TOP 10 0 0

TOP 25 0 0

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WOMEN’S GOLF

Profile

BOISE STATE CAREER FRESHMAN (FALL 2012): Competed in each of the Broncos’ four fall tournaments…part of a trio of Broncos that ranked 16th in Golfstat’s Freshman Impact Rankings during the fall season…after finishing two strokes back of the top 25 in her collegiate debut at the Oregon State Invitational, posted threeconsecutive top-25 efforts to conclude the fall season…finished tied for 18th at the Rose City Collegiate (Oct. 1-2) with a three-round total of 231 (+15)…finished tied for 15th at the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational (Oct. 8-10) with a seasonlow three-round total of 222 (+6)…first- and third-round even-par 72s were also a season best…concluded the fall with her best finish, a tie for 13th at the Rainbow Wahine Invitaional (Oct. 30-31)…carded a 54-hole total of 226 (+10) at the event…scoring average of 75.67 ranked second on the team during the fall. HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Four-time qualifier to the CIF State Championship, finishing tied for sixth individually in leading her squad to a second-place finish as a senior…secondstraight year Torrance finished runner-up at the state tournament after winning the team title during her freshman and sophomore seasons…participated in the Callaway Golf Junior World Championship in 2011, and also competed in the event prior to her freshman season…member of the Tiger Woods Foundation National Junior Golf Team in both 2008 and 2011…posted two top-10 finishes in American Junior Golf Association events…boasted a 3.8 prep grade-point average. MAJOR - Undeclared YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2012-13 4 12 908 TOTALS 4 12 908

AVG 75.67 75.67

LOW 72 72

TOP 10 0 0

TOP 25 3 3

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FACES OF THE BRONCOS Profile

BOISE STATE


FACES OF THE BRONCOS

WOMEN’S GOLF

Profile

BOISE STATE CAREER FRESHMAN (FALL 2012): Competed in each of the Broncos’ four fall tournaments…part of a trio of Broncos that ranked 16th in Golfstat’s Freshman Impact Rankings during the fall season…recorded her first-career top-25 finish with a 15th-place effort at the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational (Oct. 8-10)… posted a three-round total of 222 (+6) at the event, her lowest tournament score of the season…final-round 1-under 71 was also a season best…finished three strokes back of the top 25 at the Rose City Collegiate (Oct. 1-2)…scoring average of 77.33 during the fall ranked third on the team. HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Helped lead Holy Names Academy to state championships in 2009 and 2010, and recorded individual top-10 finishes at the state tournament in each of her four seasons – ninth as a freshman, seventh as a sophomore, sixth as a junior and third as a senior…was one stroke back of the state champion during her final prep campaign…won the Seattle Metro title as a senior, and tied for medalist honors at the Sea-King District Tournament as a junior…four-time qualifier to the Washington Junior Golf Association State Championship, finishing sixth prior to both her junior and senior seasons…three-time District II champion for the greater Seattle metro area, and captured a number of sub-district tournament titles. MAJOR - Undeclared YEAR EVENTS ROUNDS STROKES 2012-13 4 12 928 TOTALS 4 12 928

AVG 77.33 77.33

LOW 71 71

TOP 10 0 0

TOP 25 1 1

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BRONCO HISTORY

BOISE STATE

Honors and Records

BRONCO HISTORY ● PROGRAM HONORS ● PROGRAM RECORDS


BRONCO HISTORY

WOMENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S GOLF

Honors

NCAA Regional Individual Selection 2000 Acey Erlandson

Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

Big West All-Conference 1997 Becky Lee Keri Neely 1999 Jamie Jou 2000 Acey Erlandson 2001 Marie Beasley

Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team

KATIE STREET 2006 All-WAC

IRIS OCARIZA

WAC All-Conference 2003 Marie Beasley 2005 Ashley Hogg 2006 Katie Street 2009 Iris Ocariza 2011 Hayley Young

Big Sky All-Conference 1993 Teri McCarron Nicole Morrison Shawna Seiber 1994 Teri McCarron 1995 Becky Lee

2009 All-WAC

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Records

Best Conference Championship Finish – Team

Single Round Team Score

Career Top 10 Finishes

1. 2. 3.

291

1. 2. 3.

1st/7 3rd/4 4th/6 4th/7 4th/7

1993-94 2001-02 1998-99 2002-03 2010-11

Big Sky Big West Big West WAC WAC

Three-Round Team Score 893

Best Conference Championship Finish – Individual 1. 2. 3. 4.

1st T3rd T4th T5th T5th

Shawna Seiber Marie Beasley Mandi Hedberg Teri McCarron Teri McCarron

1993-94 2002-03 2005-06 1993-94 1994-95

242 228 (+12) 229 (+13) 251 242

Big Sky WAC WAC Big Sky Big Sky

Conference Championship Score (Single Round) 70 (-2) Mandi Hedberg 70 (-2)

Lindsey Shean

Coyote Creek Country Club San Jose, Calif. - April 25, 2006 Sunnyside Golf Course Fresno, Calif. - April 21-23, 2008

Conference Championship Score (Three Rounds) 225 (+9) Iris Ocariza 225 (+12) Hayley Young

74-75-76; Wolf Run Golf Course Reno, Nev. - April 20-22, 2009 76-74-75; Longbow Golf Club Mesa, Ariz. - April 14-17, 2011

Conference Championship Team Score (Single Round) 302 (+18) WAC

Longbow Golf Club Mesa, Ariz. - April 17, 2011

Conference Championship Team Total 916 (+52)

WAC

Wolf Run Golf Course Reno,Nev. - April 20-22, 2009

Three-Round Tournament Score 216

Ashley Hogg

Anteater Invitational (73-74-69) Irvine, Calif. - March 15-16, 2005

Two-Round Tournament Score 146

Jamie Jou

2000 Bronco Spring Invitational (71-75) Eagle, Idaho - Oct. 16-17, 2000

Highest GolfWeek Team Ranking No. 25

Nov. 3, 1993

Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational Third Round Las Cruces, N.M. - Oct. 10, 2012

Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational Third Round Las Cruces, N.M. - Oct. 10, 2012

5.

Tournament Wins – Team

8.

1992-93 1993-94 1999-00

10.

2008-09

Bronco Spring Invitational Big Sky Championships Portland Invitational ISU Bengal Classic Bronco Fall Invitational

75.8 76.0 76.3 76.6 76.7 76.8 77.1 77.2 77.3 77.4

Hayley Young Ashley Hogg Jenny Judd Hayley Young Iris Ocariza Katie Street Katie Street Nikki Olson Iris Ocariza Marie Beasley

1. 2. 2010-11 2004-05 2004-05 2011-12 2008-09 2004-05 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2002-03

Tournament Wins – Individual 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1999-00 2001-02 2004-05 2005-06

Shawna Seiber Shawna Seiber Nicole Morrison Merrilyn Gibbs Merrilyn Gibbs Acey Erlandson Acey Erlandson Marie Beasley Ashley Hogg Katie Street

Bronco Spring Invitational Big Sky Championship Idaho Invitational Idaho Invitational Bronco Spring Invitational Portland Invitational ISU Bengal Classic ISU Bengal Classic Anteater Invitational Wolf Pack Invitational

8.

Marie Beasley Jenny Judd Ashley Hogg Iris Ocariza Iris Ocariza

1999-2003 2009-Present 1992-97 2002-05 1998-2001 2001-05 2006-07 1992-94 1999-2000 1993-95 2001-05

2001 ISU Bengal Classic First Round 2004 Bronco Invitational First Round 2005 Anteater Invitational Third Round 2007 Baja Invitational First Round 2008 Heather Farr Invitational

5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3

Acey Erlandson Nicole Morrison Marie Beasley Marie Beasley Jennifer Hedberg Ashley Hogg Hayley Young Nine Golfers Tied

1999-2000 1994-95 2000-01 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2010-11

Career Top 25 Finishes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

21 20 18 17 16 16 15 15 12 10 10

Katie Street Marie Beasley Iris Ocariza Jennifer Hedberg Daniela Wall-Thompson Hayley Young Ashley Hogg Jenny Judd Nicole Morrison Becky Lee Jamie Jou

2006-07 1999-2003 2006-10 2001-05 1992-95 2009-Present 2002-05 2001-05 1992-97 1995-99 1998-2001

Season Top 25 Finishes 1. 2.

Lowest Round 69

Marie Beasley Hayley Young Nicole Morrison Ashley Hogg Jamie Jou Jenny Judd Katie Street Shawna Seiber Acey Erlandson Teri McCarron Jennifer Hedberg

Season Top 10 Finishes

Season Scoring Average (Minimum 15 Rounds) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

11 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4

6.

8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

Daniela Wall-Thompson Acey Erlandson Jennifer Hedberg Jenny Judd Katie Street Marie Beasley Ashley Hogg Ashley Hogg Katie Street Iris Ocariza Hayley Young

1994-95 1999-2000 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2000-01 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2008-09 2010-11


BRONCO FALL REVIEW

WOMEN’S GOLF

BRONCO FALL REVIEW ● OREGON STATE INVITATIONAL ● ROSE CITY COLLEGIATE ● PRICE’S “GIVE ‘EM FIVE” INTERCOLL. ● RAINBOW WAHINE INVITATIONAL

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Tournament One Recap

Young Finishes in Top 25 at Season Opener Day One Recap...

Day Two Recap...

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Boise State senior Hayley Young was in the top 20 after the first day of the Oregon State Invitational Sept. 17, the Broncos’ opening event of the 2012-13 season.

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Boise State senior women’s golfer Hayley Young finished tied for 25th at the season-opening Oregon State Invitational, Sept. 18.

Young followed an opening-round 72 (E) with a 4-over-par 76, and was in a four-way tie for 16th entering the final day.

Young finished at 11-over-par (72-76-79) at the par-72, 6,141yard Trysting Tree Golf Club. The finish gave her 13-career top25 finishes, which moved her into eighth place on Boise State’s all-time list.

Her two-round total of 148 (+4) at the par-72, 6,141-yard Trysting Tree Golf Club had her three strokes back of the top 10. Washington’s SooBin Kim led the tournament at 141 (-3). A pair of freshmen entered the final round in the hunt for top-25 finishes in their collegiate debuts. Samantha Martin was tied for 26th with a two-round total of 151 (76-75—151, +7), and McKenzie Ford was tied for 33rd with a 36-hole total of 152 (77-75—152, +8). Boise State was in eighth place in the 16-team field with a tworound total of 606 (+30), within nine strokes of the top five. Washington, the only team under-par, led the event with a 565 (-11). Senior Lori Harper (156, +7) and freshman Samantha Pless (157, +13) rounded out the Bronco contingent.

Freshman Samantha Martin and McKenzie Ford finished just outside the top 25 in their collegiate debuts. Martin concluded the tournament in a tie for 32nd (76-75-78—229, +13), two strokes back; while Ford finished in a tie for 36th (77-75-78— 230, +14), three strokes back. The Broncos finished in ninth place with a team score of 917 (+53). Washington won the event at 11-under (853), the only squad in the 16-team field under-par. The Huskies’ Charlotte Thomas took home medalist honors with a 5-under 211. Senior Lori Harper shot 77 (+5) during the final round, low score of the day for the Broncos. She finished with a 54-hole total of 233 (77-79-77, +17), and freshman Samantha Pless rounded out the Bronco contingent with a 235 (79-78-78, +19). Boise State was the only team in the field to post 15 rounds in the 70s.

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FALL REVIEW

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Tournament Two Recap

Broncos Finish Fourth at Rose City Collegiate Day One Recap...

Day Two Recap...

AURORA, Ore. – A trio of Boise State women’s golfers were in the top 20 after the first two rounds of the Rose City Collegiate, Oct. 1. Boise State was tied for fifth place at the event, and was looking for its first top-five finish in nearly two years during the final round.

AURORA, Ore. – With two Broncos in the top 10 and three in the top 20, the Boise State women’s golf team posted its best team effort since 2008, finishing fourth at the Rose City Collegiate, Oct. 2.

Seniors Hayley Young and Lori Harper were tied for 12th after the tournament’s first 36 holes. Young shot 74-78 at the par-72, 6,080-yard Langdon Farms Golf Course, while Harper posted rounds of 78-74. The duo’s two-round total of 152 (+8) was just one stroke back of the top 10. Freshman Samantha Martin was just one stroke back of her senior teammates following rounds of 76 (+4) and 77 (+5), and entered the final round tied for 16th at 153 (+9). Boise State posted team scores of 310 (+22) and 307 (+19) during the first and second rounds, respectively. At 617 (+41) entering the final round, the Broncos were tied for fifth place with Long Beach State. The Broncos were just eight strokes back of third place, and just 10 strokes back of second-place Oregon State. Boise State was looking for its first top-five finish in a field of at least 10 teams since Oct. 25-26, 2010, when the team finished fifth at the Memphis Fall Invitational. The team’s last finish in the top three came nearly four years ago, when Boise State tied for first at the 2008 Bronco Fall Invitational. Seattle led the 13-team field at 594 (+18), and the Redhawks’ Clare Sorenson led individually at 143 (-1). Rounding out the Bronco contingent were freshmen Sammie Pless (82-78—160, +16) and McKenzie Ford (86-79—165, +21).

Seniors Hayley Young and Lori Harper tied for eighth place at the par-72, 6,080-yard Langdon Farms Golf Club, and freshman Samantha Martin finished tied for 18th. The Broncos posted the lowest team score on the final day (302, +14) to conclude the three-round event with a 919 (+55). Boise State finished just seven strokes back of tournamentchampion Cal State Fullerton (912, +48). “The ladies played really solid this week,” head coach Nicole Bird said. “It’s nice to have someone step up when someone else has an off round, and they all know they can count on one another. They just played one shot at a time and really stayed committed. It was fun to watch!” The fourth-place team finish was the best by a Bronco women’s golf team since tying for first place at the 2008 Bronco Fall Invitational. Young and Harper each carded a final-round 2-over 74 to finish at 226 (+10) for the tournament. The finish gave Young seven-career top 10s, tied for secondmost in school history. She had finished in the top 25 in each of the season’s first two tournaments, and her 14-career top 25s were the eighth-most all-time at Boise State. For Harper, the tie for eighth place marked the best tournament finish of her career. Martin posted a final-round 78 (+6) to finish in a tie for 18th at 231 (+15), her first-career top-25 finish. Freshmen Sammie Pless (237, +21) and McKenzie Ford (242, +26) rounded out the scoring for the Broncos.


FALL REVIEW

WOMEN’S GOLF

Tournament Three Recap

Broncos Break Records at Price’s Invitational Day One Recap... LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Boise State freshman women’s golfer Samantha Martin was tied for eighth place following the opening round of the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational Oct. 8, while Bronco senior Hayley Young was tied for 10th.

Day Two Recap... LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Senior Hayley Young and freshman Samantha Martin remained in the top 25 following the second round of the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational Oct. 9, leading the way for the Boise State women’s golf team.

Day Three Recap... LAS CRUCES, N.M. – The Boise State women’s golf team set the school record for lowest single-round team score Oct. 10, at the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invitational en route to the lowest three-round team total all-time.

Martin fired a career-low even-par 72 at the 6,258-yard New Mexico State University Golf Course. After registering three bogeys through her first five holes, Martin birdied three of her final 13 en route to the best single-round score of her young career.

Young shot 74 (+2) at the par-72, 6,258-yard New Mexico State University Golf Course, and was among a contingent of golfers tied for 11th with a 36-hole score of 147 (+3). She entered the final round one stroke back of the top 10.

Boise State fired a 3-over 291 in the final round, moving into fifth place as a team at the par-72, 6,258-yard New Mexico State University Golf Course. The final-round score bested the previous mark of 294, set in the second round of the Bobcat Desert Classic, March 9, 2004.

She trailed tournament-leader Yupaporn Kawinpakorn of Kansas by three strokes entering Tuesday’s second round. Young finished day one with a 73 (+1), and was amongst a group of seven individuals tied for 10th place. The Broncos were tied for seventh place with Nebraska following an opening-round team score of 301 (+13). The day-one score was two strokes back of tournament-host New Mexico State, and four strokes back of the top five. Boise State led Cincinnati and BYU by two strokes, while Idaho led the event at 290 (+2). Rounding out the scoring for the Broncos were senior Lori Harper and freshmen McKenzie Ford and Sammie Pless, who each shot 78 (+6). The trio was just three strokes back of the top 25 entering Tuesday’s second round.

Martin followed her opening-round even-par 72 with a 78 (+6) in the second round, and was tied for 25th at 150 (+6). Fellow freshman Sammie Pless carded a career-low 73 (+1) in the second round, the lowest score by a Bronco on the day. Pless moved 18 spots up the leaderboard following the performance, and was tied for 30th with a two-round total of 151 (+7), one stroke back of the top 25. Boise State posted a team score of 301 (+13) for the secondstraight day, and was in eighth place with a 602 (+26). The Broncos were two strokes back of a sixth-place tie between Nebraska and BYU, and seven strokes back of the top five. Kansas led the tournament at 583 (+7). Rounding out the scoring for the Broncos were freshman McKenzie Ford (78-76—154, +10) and senior Lori Harper (7879—157, +13).

The Broncos finished the three-day tournament with a schoolrecord team total of 893 (+29), three strokes better than the previous record of 896, set at the Heather Farr Invitational, Sept. 29-30, 2008. Senior Hayley Young notched her second-straight top-10 finish, posting a final-round 72 (E) to move into a tie for seventh place. Her three-round total of 219 (73-74-72; +3) was a career best. The finish marked her eighth-career top 10 finish, and gave her sole possession of second place on Boise State’s all-time list. Marie Beasley (1999-2003) held the school’s standard. Freshmen Samantha Martin and Sammie Pless each tied for 15th with 54-hole totals of 222 (+6), giving the Broncos three individuals in the top 20 for the second-straight tournament. Pless fired a career-low 1-under 71 in the final round, notching her first-career top-25 finish (78-73-71). She moved 33 places up the leaderboard following her final two rounds. Martin (7278-72) posted her second-straight top-25 effort with her finish, which included career-low even-par 72s in both the first and final rounds. Freshman McKenzie Ford (78-76-76—230, +14) and senior Lori Harper (78-79-78) rounded out the scoring for the Broncos, who were one of just four teams in the 13-team field not to record a score of 80-or-higher. The Broncos were the only team in the field to accomplish the same feat earlier this season at the Oregon State Invitational.

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Tournament Four Recap

Martin, Young Lead Broncos in Fall Finale Day One Recap... WAHLAWA, Hawai’i – Boise State senior women’s golfer Hayley Young was in the top 10 following the first two rounds of the Rainbow Wahine Invitational Oct. 30, the Broncos’ final tournament of the fall season.

Day Two Recap... WAHLAWA, Hawai’i – Boise State women’s golfers Hayley Young and Samantha Martin each finished tied for 13th at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational Oct. 31, leading the Broncos in their final event of the fall season.

Young carded rounds of 75-74 at the par-72, 6,228-yard Leilehua Golf Course, and was tied for 10th place with a 36hole total of 149 (+5).

Young, playing in her home state, posted rounds of 75-74-77, finishing at 226 (+10) at the par-72, 6,228-yard Leilehua Golf Course. The senior finished in the top 25 in each of the Broncos’ four tournaments during the fall, giving her 16-career such efforts – tied for the fifth-most all-time at Boise State (Daniela Wall-Thompson; 1992-95).

Playing in her home state, Young was looking for her thirdstraight top-10 finish during Wednesday’s final round, and her fourth top-25 effort in as many tournaments to start the season. She was just five strokes back of the tournament leader. Freshman Samantha Martin was a stroke back of her senior teammate after posting back-to-back rounds of 75 (+3). She was tied for 12th place with a two-round total of 150 (+6), and would be looking for a third-straight top-25 finish. Fellow freshman McKenzie Ford and senior Lori Harper were each one stroke back of the top 25, tied for 26th at 9-over-par (153). The duo each shot 76 (+4) in the first round, and 77 (+5) in the second. Ford was on pace to notch her best finish as a Bronco, and Harper was looking for her second top-25 finish of the fall season. The Broncos were in fifth place as a team after shooting backto-back rounds of 302 (+14). At 604 (+28) for the tournament, Boise State was just nine strokes back of a first-place tie between Toledo and Florida International. Boise State was also just seven strokes back of third-place Washington State, and two strokes back of fourth-place UC Irvine. Freshman Sammie Pless rounded out the scoring for the Broncos, shooting 156 (+12; 80-76) on the day.

Martin notched her third-straight top-25 finish after shooting 7575-76 (226, +10). Martin and fellow freshman McKenzie Ford carded the lowest scores of the day for the Broncos, each shooting 76 (+4). Ford recorded the best finish of her young Bronco career, finishing tied for 26th, one stroke back of the top 25 (76-77-76—229, +13). The Broncos finished in seventh place as a team, just seven strokes back of the top five. After back-to-back rounds of 302 (+14) on the opening day of the tournament, Boise State closed with a 307 (+19) to end at 911 (+47) – the team’s second-lowest score of the fall season. Rounding out the scoring for Boise State were freshman Sammie Pless (80-76-78—234, +18) and senior Lori Harper (76-77-85—238, +22).

2012-13 Boise State Women's Golf Media Guide  

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