MW Championship Set for Dinah Shore
April 16, 2017

Live Scoring

The Boise State women’s golf team will take its recent momentum into this week’s 2017 Mountain West Women’s Golf Championship, set to take place April 17-19 on the Dinah Short Tournament Couse at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Calif.

The three-day tournament will feature one round a day. Every group will tee off hole No. 1 with start times ranging from 8 a.m. (MT) to 10:06 a.m. (MT).

LIVE SCORING: Live scoring will be provided by The Mountain West will also be providing hole-by-hole scoring for the most up-to-date scores.

WHEN: The Broncos will be competing with other golfers from New Mexico and UNLV in the first round with tee times starting at 9:30 a.m. and ending at 10:06 a.m. The teams will be reorganized and repaired in the subsequent rounds in accordance to the preceding round’s scores.

THE COURSE: Dinah Shore Tournament Course (Mission Hills Country Club) | Par 72 | 6,270 yards

The forecast for all three days expects clear skies, highs in the low 90s and steady winds at roughly 15 miles per hour.

THE FIELD (9): Boise State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Nevada, New Mexico, San Diego State, San José State, UNLV and Wyoming.

1. Dana Clary
2. Genevieve Ling
3. Adara Pauluhn
4. Jalayne Martinez
5. Kinsley Bonfilio

A CLOSER LOOK: Dana Clary – Her scoring average of 76.52 on the year puts her No. 2 on the team and her three top-25 finishes in the spring is tied for first on the team. Clary is peaking at the right time, having fired three solid rounds in the last tournament (76-74-73 = 223). Her preceding two tournaments – the Red Rocks Invitational and the BYU at Entrada Classic – both produced top-10 finishes and the lowest 54-hole scores of her career (220).

Genevieve Ling – Ling started off the spring on a hot streak, enjoying top-15 finishes in each of her first three tournaments. Her 1-under 215 (69-69-77) at the Red Rocks Invitational tied for the fifth-best 54-hole score in school history and was also the senior’s lowest 54-hole score of her career. Her 23 career top-25 finishes ranks No. 2 in school history, trailing on Samantha Martin (2012-16) and her 29. She leads the team in scoring average at 76.46.

Adara Pauluhn – Pauluhn has shown flashes all season of her scoring capabilities and enters the week with a 79.60 scoring average, putting her third on the team. She fired a 1-under 71 in the second round at the BYU at Entrada Classic, giving her the lowest round of her career.

Jalayne Martinez – The freshman has gradually improved throughout the spring season, as shown by her last tournament at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic where she lowered her score every round (80-78-74) and ended up tying for 52nd. The owner of a 79.83 season scoring average, Martinez’ top finish of the spring season came at the Red Rocks Invitational where she took 39th (76-79-79 = 234).

Kinsley Bonfilio – The sophomore is carrying the largest wave of momentum into the conference championship, having played the best golf of her collegiate career a couple weeks ago at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic. She tallied a 1-over 73 in the first – the lowest round of her career – and finished the tournament tied for 34th with a 227 – the lowest three-round total of her career.

LAST YEAR AT MW CHAMPIONSHIP: Boise State finished in eighth (312-313-301 = 926) at the 2016 conference championships and Ling (75-78-76 = 229) logged the best finish of her career at the MW Championships in tying for 19th. Graduated senior Samantha Martin (76-76-72 = 224) led the way in tying for 10th.

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