Four Broncos Finish in Top 25 in Corvallis
Oceane Pelloille moved into the top 25 with a final-round 2-over 74.
Sept. 16, 2014

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CORVALLIS, Ore. - Sophomore Genevieve Ling was one of four members of the Boise State women's golf team to finish in the top 25 at the Oregon State Invitational, Tuesday.

Ling finished tied for 11th to lead the Broncos, while juniors Samantha Martin and McKenzie Ford finished tied for 13th and tied for 20th, respectively, and sophomore Oceane Pelloille finished 25th.

Sophomore Dana Clary posted rounds of 71-76-74 to finish at 221 (+5) and in a tie for ninth place, but was competing as an individual and thus did not count toward the team total.

Ling just missed a second-straight top-10 finish to open the 2014-15 season, finishing one stroke back after carding rounds of 68-76-78 (222, +6). She tied the school single-round scoring record with a 4-under 68 in the first round.

Martin notched the 16th top-25 finish of her career, moving into a tie with Daniela Wall-Thompson (1992-95) for sixth on the Broncos' all-time list. Martin shot 223 (75-72-76, +7) at the Oregon State Invitational, finishing two strokes back of the top 10.

Ford carded rounds of 70-73-82 (225, +9), and Pelloille moved into 25th following a 2-over 74 in the final round - the round of the day for the Broncos. She finished with a 54-hole total of 227 (78-75-74, +11).

The Broncos, who led the tournament after the opening round, concluded the event in a tie for fourth place. Boise State recorded rounds of 291-295-308, finishing at 894 (+30).

The squad's opening-round score was tied for the second-lowest in school history, and gave Boise State a one-stroke advantage over tournament-host Oregon State. The Beavers went on to claim the team title in their home event, shooting 879 (+15).

Hawaii's Isabella Leung claimed individual medalist honors with a 215 (-1).

Junior Sammie Pless rounded out the scoring for the Broncos (80-75-80--235, +19).

Boise State will continue its fall season at the Rose City Collegiate in Aurora, Ore., Sept. 29-30.


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