Broncos Compete At PING Cougar Classic
April 9, 2017

PING Cougar Classic
Monday-Tuesday (April 10-11)
Provo, Utah | Riverside Country Club (Par 72, 7,142 yards)

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BOISE, Idaho - Boise State men's golf heads to Provo, Utah, this Monday-Tuesday for the PING Cougar Classic, its final regular-season competition ahead of the Mountain West Championships.

The two-day, three-round tournament begins with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Monday morning on the par-72, 7,142-yard course at Riverside Country Club. The teams will play 36 holes Monday before competing in the final round Tuesday morning.

Boise State will send the quintet of Donny Hopoi, Brian Humphreys, Connor Johnstone, Kyle Mitsunaga and Mason Schulze, along with senior David Elliott who will compete as an individual entry. The Broncos will compete against a field of 10 other schools which includes host BYU, Loyola Marymount, Pacific, Saint Mary's, San Francisco, Santa Clara, UAB, Utah, Utah Valley and Westminster.

The Broncos look to close their regular season on a high note after turning in finishes of 12th (Bandon Dunes Invitational) and 10th (Duck Invitational), respectively, in their most recent outings. So far this season, the Broncos have captured one event title (Del Walker Intercollegiate, Feb. 27-28) and posted four top-five team finishes.

This week's event in Provo serves as the final tuneup for the 2017 Mountain West Championships, which are scheduled for April 21-23 in Tucson, Ariz.

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