Broncos Set for MW Championships

April 22, 2014

BOISE, Idaho - The Boise State women's golf team will travel to Rancho Mirage, Calif., for the 2014 Mountain West Championships, April 24-26.

The three-round tournament will be held at the par-72, 6,324-yard Dinah Shore Course at the Mission Hills Country Club, and will consist of 18 holes each day, Thursday through Saturday. The Dinah Shore Course is home to the first major in golf every year - the LPGA's Kraft Nabisco Championship.

Live, hole-by-hole scoring for the conference championships will be available HERE.

Tee times are slated to begin each day at 8 a.m. (MT). First-round tee times for the Broncos can be found below:

8:45 a.m. - Oceane Pelloille
8:54 a.m. - McKenzie Ford
9:03 a.m. - Genevieve Ling
9:12 a.m. - Sammie Pless
9:21 a.m. - Samantha Martin

Boise State will be paired with Nevada and UNLV for the opening round, and will also be joined in the field by Colorado State, Fresno State, New Mexico, San Diego State, San Jose State and Wyoming.

The Broncos have finished in the top three in five of their nine tournaments this season, including a tournament victory at the Winthrop Intercollegiate (Nov. 2-3) and a tie for first place at the Fresno State Classic (March 17-18). The finishes gave the Broncos multiple victories for the first time in a single season since 1999-2000.

Martin also boasts a pair of individual titles this season, earning medalist honors at the Winthrop Intercollegiate and tying for first place at the Cowgirl Classic (April 7-8). The sophomore boasts a scoring average of 74.88 this season, the lowest in school history, and six top-10 finishes, the most in school history. Additionally, her eight top 25s are tied for first all-time in a single season.

Pless's scoring average of 76.58 this season is the eighth-lowest in school history, and the sophomore boasts a pair of top-10 finishes and five top-25 finishes in 2013-14.

Ling boasts the fifth-best scoring average in the MW for a freshman in 2013-14, a 76.50, which is also the seventh-lowest all-time at Boise State. In her debut season with the Broncos, Ling has a pair of top-10 finishes, and four inside the top 25.

Ford, a sophomore, is averaging 77.06 strokes through 16 rounds this season, and has two top-10 finishes and three top 25s.

Rounding out the contingent for the Broncos is Pelloille, also a freshman. She has competed in five tournaments during her collegiate debut, recording three top-25 finishes and one in the top 10.

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