Broncos Open Spring in Texas
Feb. 12, 2017

Live Scoring

The Broncos will open the 2017 spring season this coming week on Monday, Feb. 13 and Tuesday, Feb. 14 at the Texas State Invitational in New Braunfels, Texas at The Bandit Golf Club. Two rounds will be played on Monday and the final 18 will take place Tuesday morning.

WHEN: The first round will begin at 7:30 a.m. (MT) on Monday morning in a shotgun start, and the second will begin after the conclusion of the first 18. The final 18 will be go off Tuesday morning at 7:30 a.m.

LIVE SCORING: Live scoring will be available HERE.

THE COURSE: The Bandit Golf Club | Par 71, 6,032 yards

THE FIELD: Arkansas State, Boise State, Boston College, Central Arkansas, Georgia Southern, Houston (competing as individuals), Houston Baptist, North Dakota State, Incarnate Word, Little Rock, North Texas, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, UTEP, UTSA, Stephen F. Austin, Texas State and Xavier

BRONCO LINEUP:
1. Genevieve Ling
2. Dana Clary
3. Adara Pauluhn
4. Valentine Lacaze
5. Kinsley Bonfilio

LOOK BACK AT FALL SEASON: The Broncos finished the fall season with an average round team score of 312.55. The best team finish came at the New Mexico State Aggie Invitational last Oct. 3-5 where they took sixth place thanks to a 947 (323-312-312).

Individually, the Broncos were led by seniors Genevieve Ling (77.73 avg.) and Dana Clary (77.91 avg.). Ling fired a 1-under 71 in the opening round of the Colonel Wollenberg Ptarmigan Ram Classic (Sept. 12-13) for her low score in the fall and Clary carded a fall-low of 75 on multiple occasions.

Freshman Valentine Lacaze played in two fall tournaments and posted a 78.33 average while Adara Pauluhn competed in three of the four fall tournaments and was close behind with a 78.5 average.

LAST YEAR IN NEW BRAUNFELS: Boise State took ninth last year in the 15-team tournament hosted by Texas State. Samantha Martin led the way in tying for 16th place thanks to an 11-over 224 (79-69-76). Several Broncos showed flashes of brilliance, as Ling was able to card a 1-under 70 in the third and final round and Pauluhn also finished strong with a 76 on the final 18.


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