Solid Day Leads to Improvement at NMSU
Oct. 4, 2016

Second Round Results

LAS CRUCES, N.M. –
The Broncos moved up three spots in the team standings after firing a 312 in the second round at the New Mexico State Aggie Invitational on Tuesday at the NMSU Golf Course, sliding into seventh place. Boise State shaved off 11 strokes from their 323 in the first round.

The Blue and Orange were the only team in the field to improve upon their first round score in what turned out to be a windy day in Las Cruces, N.M.

Senior Dana Clary had the low score of the day with her 5-over 77. She tallied three birdies on the front nine to bolster her round. She is currently tied for 35th.

Genevieve Ling and Adara Pauluhn accounted for the second and third Bronco scores, each recording 78’s. Ling was consistent over the course of her round with 13 pars, and Pauluhn posted an even-par 36 on the front side. After two rounds, both Pauluhn and Ling are tied for 22nd at 12-over par.

Valentine Lacaze ended her day with a 79, highlighted by a birdie on each side. Jalayne Martinez carded an 88.

Boise State passed North Dakota, UT Rio Grande Valley and Valparaiso in the team standings, and is within striking distance of Grand Canyon who has just a three-stroke lead over the Broncos in sixth place. The three-team jump today was the largest improvement for any team in the field.

The Broncos will tee off in the third and final round tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. (MT).

T22. Genevieve Ling | 78-78 (156)
T22. Adara Pauluhn | 78-78 (156)
T35. Dana Clary | 83-77 (160)
T43. Valentine Lacaze | 84-79 (163)
57. Jalayne Martinez | 85-88 (173)


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