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Boise State Men's Golf Heads to Reno, Nevada, for Wolf Pack Classic...

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► What’s Happening
Boise State University’s men’s golf team is headed off to Reno, Nev., for the Wolf Pack Classic this Monday and Tuesday.  The Classic is the third competition of the season for the Broncos. This week’s competition is being held at Wolf Run Golf Club where Boise State will be one of 13 teams competing at the event being hosted by the University of Nevada.

► Recently for the Broncos
The Broncos are fresh off the Giustina Memorial Classic which was held last week in Corvallis, Ore.  Boise State finished sixth out of 10 teams at the competition hosted by Oregon State University. Blake Brown recorded the top Bronco score with a one-over 217 tying for 14th place.

► The Tournament Format
The format for this tournament calls for three rounds over two days. The first 36 holes will be played on Monday, Oct. 5, followed by the final round on Tuesday. The event is scheduled to begin with a shotgun start on both days at 9 a.m. (Mountain).

► The Tournament Course
The Wolf Pack Classic is being held at the Wolf Run Golf Club in Reno, Nev.  For the purpose of this competition the club features a competition course that is a par-72 that spans 7,100 yards.

► The Tournament Field
The 2009 edition of the classic features teams from 13 NCAA Division I institutions. The participating schools for the tournament include: Nevada (host school), Arizona, Boise State, Fresno State, Gonzaga, Idaho, Kansas State, Loyola Marymount, New Mexico State, Portland, Sacramento State, San Diego and Wichita State. Over 65 individuals will compete for the team and individual titles.

► Boise State’s Men’s Tournament Roster
This week’s lineup for the Wolf Pack Classic features sophomore Blake Brown who will lead the Broncos into their third tournament starting at the number one position. Seniors Robbie Richards and John Baranco will play at the second and third positions respectively, followed by freshmen Taeksoo Kim playing in his second event and Clayton Kosanovich playing in his first tournament in the fourth and fifth spots.