Broncos Close Fall In Maui
Nov. 2, 2016

Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic - Thursday-Saturday (Nov. 3-5)
Ka`anapali Golf Club - Royal Ka`anapali Course (Par 71, 6,700 Yards)
Lahaina, Maui
12:30 p.m. MT Shotgun start each day

  • Live Scoring

    BOISE, Idaho - Boise State men's golf, with consecutive top-five team finishes under its belt, aims to close its fall season with another strong result this weekend at the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic in Lahaina, Maui. The three-round event will be played Thursday through Saturday on the par-71, 6,700-yard Royal Ka'anapali Course at Ka'anapali Golf Club.

    Each day's round will begin at 12:30 p.m. MT (8:30 a.m. HT). Live scoring is available at GolfStat.com. The tournament will feature a 24-team field, as the Broncos are joined by host Hawai'i, Ball State, Bowling Green, Cal State Fullerton, Clemson, CSUN, Georgia, Georgia State, Gonzaga, Hawaii-Hilo, Houston, Kansas, Long Beach State, Loyola Marymount, LSU, Minnesota, UNC Wilmington, North Florida, Oklahoma, Sacramento State, South Carolina, UTSA and UC Santa Barbara.

    The Broncos enter this weekend's event in Maui off of a tied-for-fifth finish at the Visit Stockton Pacific Invitational this past weekend (Oct. 27-29) and a fourth-place effort at the Ogio Utah Invitational in early October (Oct. 7-8). The last time Boise State recorded three-straight top-10 team finishes was in 2015, at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational (seventh, Feb. 9-10), the Folino Invitational (fifth, Feb. 16-17) and the Desert Shootout (sixth, March 19-21).

    Representing the Broncos this weekend in Maui will be the quintet of senior Kyle Mitsunaga, junior Donny Hopoi, and the freshman trio of Brian Humphreys, Connor Johnstone and Mason Schulze. Mitsunaga, Hopoi, Humphreys and Schulze each played in Stockton last week, while Johnstone makes his second appearance of the season after having made his debut at the season-opening Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational (Sept. 10-11).

    Humphreys enters this weekend's tournament on a hot streak, having recorded consecutive top-two finishes. The Washougal, Wash., native captured co-medalist honors at the Ogio Utah Invitational, shooting 3-under, then shot 7-under in Stockton to finish tied for second, just two strokes behind the winner. Mitsunaga finished tied for 17th in Stockton at 1-over, while Hopoi turned in a top-20 finish in Utah two tournaments ago.


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