Broncos 10th After Two Rounds In Eugene
March 27, 2017

  • Monday's Results

    EUGENE, Ore. - Boise State improved on a difficult opening round at the Duck Invitational to end the day 10th heading into Tuesday's final round. The Broncos shot a collective 9-over (293) in the second round, seven strokes better than its opening round output, to climb three spots up the team scoreboard and finish the day at 25-over (593).

    The final round tees off Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. MT at the par-71 Eugene Country Club. Host Oregon leads the field at 8-under (560), while on the individual leaderboard, the Ducks' Sulman Raza sets the pace at 11-under..

    The final round tees off Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. MT at the par-71 Eugene Country Club.

    "We played better in round two but it wasn't a great day for us. We didn't have a score under par all day," said Boise State head coach Dan Potter. "We'll need to change that for tomorrow. It's a demanding course, we just need to be sharper."

    Junior Tristan Rohrbaugh ended his opening round with an eagle on the par-5 sixth hole, and finished the day as the top Bronco at 6-over (73-75). Freshmen Brian Humphreys and Mason Schulze carded matching rounds of 76 and 73, respectively, to finish at 7-over.

    Junior Donny Hopoi (75-76) was two strokes behind at 9-over, while freshman Connor Johnstone recovered from an opening-round 82 to shoot the Broncos' low round of the day in the second, carding a 72 to finish the day at 12-over.


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