Alejandra Lobelo
Alejandra  Lobelo

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Bogota, Colombia

Experience:
HS

02/12/2018

Lexi Perry Tied For Seventh at Gold Rush

Boise State opened the spring season Monday in Long Beach, Calif.

BOISE STATE CAREER
FRESHMAN (2017-18): Put together one of the more impressive seasons by a Boise State freshman, being one of two golfers to appear at all 10 tournaments . . . Had six top 25 finishes on the season, second-most by a Bronco freshman . . . Finished in a tie for 13th at the Mountain West Championship – the highest finish by a Bronco in two years and the best performance by a Bronco freshman since 2013. Fired off rounds of 76-73-73 to finish at 6-over, the lowest score by a Bronco golfer since the program joined the Mountain West in 2012 (April 16-18) . . . Earned her first career top 10 finish by finishing tied for 10th at the Chip-N Club Invitational (Oct. 1-3), shooting 231 (81-73-77, +15) . . . Began her career by notching the best freshman debut for a Boise State women's golfer since 2013, with a tied for 13th place finish (219, +3) at the Ptarmigan Ram Classic (Sept. 17-19). Was fifth in the field at par-3 scoring (2.83) . . . Earned the third top 25 finish of her career at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Oct. 31 – Nov. 1), shooting 224 (74-72-78, +8) to finish in a tie for 23rd . . . Shot 239 (81-79-79, +23) at the Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational (Oct. 16-17) . . . Posted a 75 in the final round at The Gold Rush  to finish the tournament with a 238 (Feb. 12-13) . . . Led the team in a tie for 16th at the Fresno State Classic, carding rounds of 77-74-73 – 224 (March 5-6) . . . Again led the team with a top 25 finish at the BYU Entrada Classic (72-74-76), making 11 birdies to finish in a tie for 17th (March 12-13) . . . Was Boise State’s No. 3 scorer at the Red Rocks Invitational (March 24-25) . . . Carded a 228 at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic (April 2-3)

PRIOR CAREER
Lobelo hails from Bogota, Colombia, and has spent much of the past few years playing in junior golf tournaments both in the United States and in Colombia. She secured four victories in the USA from 2014-15, including a 1-over 155 (72-73) at the Junior Tour Championship at Orange Lake Resort in Florida.

In Colombia, Lobelo was fourth at the Columbia National Match Play Championship and was victorious at the XV Serrezuela Country Club Open (72-74-78) in October 2014. She tallied top-10 finishes in all six Colombian tournaments she played in from 2013-15. Lobelo will graduate from high school next month and will dedicate her spring to improving her game by playing in more high-level tournaments in South America.



 


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