LMU Invite Suspended Due to Darkness
Feb. 1, 2016

LAKE LAS VEGAS, Nev. – With the second round of the LMU Invitational suspended due to darkness Monday, the Boise State men’s golf team will begin day two of the tournament tied for sixth place.

Each of the Broncos’ five golfers has at least four holes remaining in the second round, which is scheduled to be concluded Tuesday morning before the final 18 holes at the par-72, 7,228-yard Reflection Bay Golf Club.

“We had some weird stuff happen today,” head coach Dan Potter said. “A lot of uncharacteristic, big numbers, and we also had a couple guys make shots from the fairway. It was up and down. All in all, the guys battled well and they have a chance to finish respectably tomorrow, but we’ll need to be much cleaner than we were today.”

Boise State carded an 11-over 299 as a team in the first round, and was 11-over in the second when play was halted. The Broncos are currently tied with both Boston College and Long Beach State, while UNLV leads the tournament at 22-under.

Junior Kyle Mitsunaga fired an opening-round, 1-under 71, and is currently 2-over through 14 holes in the second. Currently tied for 13th, the Boise High School product will enter the second day of competition just one stroke back of the top 10.

Sophomore Tristan Rohrbaugh is tied for 26th, having shot 2-over in the opening round. He is also 2-over through 13 holes in the second.

Freshman Alex Francois and senior Shane Allor are each 9-over, while senior Logan France is 10-over. Francois has six holes left in the second round, while Allor and France each have five.

The field is scheduled to get back on the course at 8:30 a.m. (MT), and live scoring is available at BirdieFire.com.

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