Broncos are off to Arizona for the ReBath Snowman Getaway...

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► What’s Happening
Boise State University’s men’s golf team is off to its second tournament of the spring season when it competes at the inaugural ReBath Snowman Getaway this week. This 13-team event is sponsored by Washington State University and is being held at Whirlwind Golf Club’s Cattail Course in Chandler, Ariz.

► The Tournament Format
The format for this tournament calls for three rounds played Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 22-23. The first 36 holes will be staged on Monday, Feb. 22, followed by the final round on Tuesday. The event is scheduled to begin with shotgun starts at 8 a.m. (Mountain) each day.

► The Tournament Course
The tournament is being held at Whirlwind Golf Club at Wild Horse Pass, in Chandler, Ariz., on its 7,218-yard Cattail Course for a par-72.

► The Tournament Field
The ReBath Snowman Getaway features teams from 13 NCAA Division I institutions. Boise State and the University of Idaho will be representing the Western Athletic Conference in this competition. Other participating schools for the tournament include: the host school Washington State, as well as, Air Force, Bradley, Gonzaga, Missouri, Missouri-Kansas City, Northern Colorado, Portland, Seattle, Utah Valley, and Villanova. Over 65 individuals will compete for the team and individual titles.

► Boise State’s Men’s Tournament Roster
This week’s lineup for the Snowman Getaway features sophomore Blake Brown (avg. 73.1 strokes per round) starting at the number one position. Senior Robbie Richards (74.6 spr) follows at the second slot, freshman Taeksoo Kim (74.3 spr) will began at the three, with freshman Clayton Kosanovich (76.0 spr) playing as the four. Senior John Baranco (75.8 spr) competing in his first event of the spring is going to play at the five. Brown and Richards are competing in their sixth tournament of the year, while it will be Kim’s and Baranco’s fifth, and Kosanovich’s third.

► Last Time Out
This is the second competition for Boise State this spring following a fourth-place finish out of 11 teams at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational in St. George, Utah, Feb. 8-9. Freshmen Taeksoo Kim and Clayton Kosanovich led the Broncos at the Thunderbird Invitational tying for eighth place with 2-over-par 146s during 36-hole event.