France Leads Broncos at Utah Invitational
Oct. 6, 2015

PARK CITY, Utah – Boise State senior men’s golfer Logan France fired a second-straight sub-par round Tuesday, concluding the Utah Invitational tied for 20th to lead the Broncos at the event.

France carded rounds of 73-70-70 at the par-71, 7,075-yard Jeremy Golf and Country Club to post his best finish of the season (213, E).

Sophomore Tristan Rohrbaugh tied his season low with a final-round 69 (-2), the Broncos’ best score of the tournament. He also shot even-par in the second round, and moved into a tie for 27th on the final day (75-71-69—215, +2).

“Tristan is quietly maturing as a player,” head coach Dan Potter said. “It was nice to see him get in red numbers today. Logan had been struggling a bit to start the year and this week was more along the lines of what we’d expect from him.

“All in all, we hit the ball well and had plenty of chances. We got a bit sloppy with our decision making at times and gave too many shots back. I’m still optimistic about our progress. We’ve gotten much better at handling adversity.”

Junior Kyle Mitsunaga finished tied for 24th after shooting 70-73-71 (214, +1), helping move the Broncos into sixth place in the final round. Boise State finished with a three-round total of 860 (287-289-284, +8).

Alex Francois (71-78-74—223, +10) and Shane Allor (73-75-76—224, +11) rounded out the scoring for the Broncos, while Jacob Byers, competing as an individual, shot 215 (73-71-71, +2).

Boise State will close the fall portion of its season at the Bill Cullum CSU Northridge Invitational, Oct. 19-20.


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