Golf Signs Eubank, Won To NLIs
Nov. 15, 2016

BOISE, Idaho -- Boise State men's golf head coach Dan Potter announced Tuesday the signings of Skyler Eubank (College Station, Texas/College Station HS) and Jun Ho Won (Honolulu, Hawaii/Moanalua HS) to national letters-of-intent.

"I'm very excited about these two players. They both have tremendous credentials, a clear picture of what they want to accomplish at Boise State, and they have the maturity on and off the course that will help them accomplish their goals," said Potter. "Likewise, they are bought in to the direction this program is headed and they want to be part of it. This is a big day for Bronco golf."

Eubank is currently a senior at College Station High School after previously attending the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. He has competed on the IMG Junior Golf Tour over the last two years, posting a 12th-place finish at the IMG Academy Junior World FL Challenge. This past summer, Eubank made the 54-hole cut at the IMG Junior World Golf Championships held at Torrey Pines, firing rounds of 76-72-73-79 to finish 45th among 205 of the top junior golfers in the world.

"Skyler will bring a lot to our program. He is an outstanding student, high quality person, and he is going to make a great Bronco," Potter said. "His golf game is ready to explode. He has been well-taught and has great fundamentals, a lot of power, and a good understanding of what it takes to be successful at the college level."

Won, out of Moanalua High School in Honolulu, finished second at the 2016 HHSAA Championship, shooting 2-over in helping Na Menehune capture their first state title since 2012. He also captured the Oahu Interscholastic Association (OIA) title in 2016 with rounds of 73-66 as well as the Oahu Country Club (OCC) Invitational with rounds of 67-68-72 and the Pearl Invitational in a playoff after rounds of 76-69-68.

Won also finished tied for 15th at the SDJGA IMG Junior World Championships at Torrey Pines with rounds of 73-71-73-75, and represented Hawaii in the Junior Americas Cup Matches and USGA State Team Matches. In 2015, he won the U.S. Open Local Qualifier and lost a playoff at the OCC Invitational.

"I'm thrilled to officially welcome Ken to the Bronco Golf family," Potter said. "Ken is an accomplished player, a mature individual, and he has an awesome work ethic. He understands what it takes to get better, knows where he wants to go with golf, and he's willing to get after it. We can't wait to have him."


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