Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Bronco Women's Golf Team Sets School Record in Las Cruces Tournament

The Boise State women's golf team fired a school record three-under par 285 to move the Broncos to fourth place at the Price's "Give 'em Five" Invitational Tournament in Las Cruces, New Mexico.  The score was the lowest of the day and moved Boise State to within five strokes of second place. 

Juniors McKenzie Ford and Samantha Martin each had second-round scores of 70, whie sophomore Genevieve Ling had an even-part 72 and sophomore Dana Clary and junior Sammie Pless each shot 73. 

"I'm really proud of this team and its ability to grind," head coach Nicole Bird said.. "They had the right combination of focus and energy today, and they played solid throughout the 18 holes. The progress they're making is amazing, and our process is starting to pay off."

The previous school record was 289, set last year in the Fresno State Classic.  The final round of the Price's Tournament begins tomorrow.

Boise State Women's Cross Country Team Ranked #16

The Lady Broncos continue to make history--#16 is the highest that a women's cross country team has ever been ranked.  Boise State will compete in a meet this weekend at the University of Wisconsin.