Boise State Women's Golf Heads To Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational, March 2-3...
► What’s Happening
Boise State heads to San Jose, Calif., for the second tournament of the spring when they compete in the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational hosted by Western Athletic Conference rival San Jose State. The Broncos are one of 16 teams competing in the 54-hole tournament which will run over two days, Monday and Tuesday, at the Almaden Country Club in San Jose.

► Boise State’s Tournament Roster
Competing for the Broncos in San Jose is junior Minhee Park (80.0 stroke average) at the number one position, junior Iris Ocariza (76.4 average) at the two, followed by senior Lindsey Shean (78.8 average) at the three, senior Mandi Hedberg (77.8 average) at the four, and freshman Katie Somers (84.1 average) in the final spot.  

► The Tournament Format
The 54-hole tournament is being hosted by San Jose State and features 16 NCAA Division I teams with over 80 student-athletes participating. The tournament format calls for three rounds of 18 holes each. The first two rounds will be played on Monday, March 2, with the final round contested on Tuesday the 3rd.

► The Tournament Course
The Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational is being held at Almaden Country Club. The club features a par-72 6,210-yard competition course. For more information please visit Almaden Country Club’s web site at
► The Tournament Field
Boise State will be competing against WAC rivals Fresno State, Hawaii, and San Jose State. In addition, the field includes Pacifc-10 Conference members Stanford, California, Oregon, and Washington. Other schools participating are Colorado, Colorado State, Georgia State, Miami, San Diego State, San Francisco, UC Davis, and UC Irvine. 

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