Darkness Suspends Second Round
Feb. 27, 2017

Day One Results

SEAL BEACH, Calif. --
The Boise State women's golf team was able to complete the first round of play at the Gold Rush in Seal Beach, Calif., at the Old Ranch Country Club on Monday, but darkness set in early and kept the second round from completion. With still a hole or two left to play for most players in the second, the Broncos are currently in 12th place at 43-over par with having fired a 309 in the first round.

Three Broncos were able to tally 77s in the first round, as Genevieve Ling, Dana Clary and Valentine Lacaze were able to finish at 5-over in their first 18 holes. Lacaze and Clary both tallied two birdies a piece in the first round with Clary excelling on the back side thanks to a 1-under 35.

Adara Pauluhn was right behind with a 78, also faring well on the latter nine with a 1-over 37. Jalayne Martinez posted an 81 in the opening round.

Clary and Lacaze were the only two Broncos to beat the darkness and finish their second rounds, as Clary played exceptional in carding a 2-over 74. The senior from Cedar Park, Texas is currently tied for 28th place heading into the final round of competition. Lacaze finished with an 84 in her second round.

Ling is on track to post a good second round score as she is 3-over with just one hole to play, while Pauluhn also has one hole remaining and sits at 8-over. Martinez is 9-over with two holes left.

Despite being in 12th going into the final round, the Broncos will have the opportunity to make a solid jump into the top 10 tomorrow morning with the ninth place team -- Santa Clara -- holding just a nine-shot lead over the Blue and Orange at 34-over.

The second round will resume tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. (PT) and the third 18 will follow thereafter.


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