France Leads Broncos at Fall Finale
Oct. 19, 2015

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. – Senior Logan France leads the Boise State men’s golf team following the first two rounds of the Bill Cullum Invitational Monday, the Broncos’ final tournament of the fall season.

France was tied for sixth place following an opening round, 3-under 69 – a round in which he recorded seven birdies – but dropped to 26th with a 3-over 75 in the second. He posted a two-round total of 144 (E) at the par-72, 6,819-yard Wood Ranch Golf Club.

Sophomore Tristan Rohrbaugh (75-72—147, +3) and junior Kyle Mitsunaga (71-76—147, +3) are each tied for 42nd entering Tuesday’s final round.

Boise State sits in 10th among the 16 teams in the field (584, +8), opening the tournament with a 1-under 287 and concluding the day with a 9-over 297.

“Unfortunately today was more of the same,” head coach Dan Potter said. “Too many easy mistakes. We have another shot tomorrow to finish the fall on a high note. We’re capable of a better team performance.”

Juniors David Elliott (76-74—150, +6) and Travis Evans (72-80—152, +8), who made his Bronco debut, rounded out the scoring for the Broncos.

Loyola Marymount (559, -17) leads the team standings, while Seattle’s Joe Harvie leads the field with a 10-under 134 (68-66).

The final round is scheduled to begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. MT.


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