Allor, France Named All-America Scholars
July 23, 2015

NORMAN, Okla. – Boise State men’s golfers Shane Allor and Logan France were each named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced recently.

Allor and France are the first Broncos honored with All-America Scholar recognition since Robbie Richards in 2010.

To be eligible, individuals must have reached junior or senior standing at his institution, have competed at least three full years at the collegiate level, participated in 50 percent of his team’s competition, maintained a stroke average of 76.0 or better and maintained a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.2.

France and Allor, both rising seniors, were among 206 golfers honored nationally at the Division I level.

“These awards are well deserved,” Boise State head coach Dan Potter said. “In addition to being great students and competitors, Logan and Shane are both awesome teammates and representatives of their University. They couldn’t be more deserving of this recognition.”

Allor competed in 10 of the Broncos' 13 tournaments this past season, averaging 73.97 through 29 rounds. His best finish of the season came at the Ping Cougar Classic (April 24-25), where he tied for 10th, one of five top-25 finishes on the season including three-straight to end the year.

France competed in 12 of the Broncos' 13 tournaments in 2014-15, averaging 73.63 through 35 rounds, the third-lowest scoring average on the team. His best finish of the season came at the Desert Shootout (March 19-21), where he tied for 10th, one of four top-25 finishes on the year.

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