Hedberg in Top 10 at WAC Championships
SAN JOSE, Calif. Following the opening round of the Western Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Championships, April 24, freshman Mandi Hedberg is tied for 10th place.

Playing in her first ever WAC Championships, Hedberg, a Twin Falls, Idaho, native, recorded four birdies en route to posting a 77 (+5) at the par-72, 6,143-yard Coyote Creek Golf Club. She is five strokes back of first-round leader Carmina Calle of San Jose State, and three strokes back of a five-way tie for second.

Juniors Lindsey Huebert and Katie Street also find themselves in the top 25 heading into Tuesday’s second round. Huebert is tied for 19th after shooting 79 (+7), while Street is tied for 25th with an 80 (+8).

The Broncos are in seventh place as a team after posting a 317. However, Boise State is only nine strokes back of third place Nevada. Tournament-host San Jose State leads the event with a 297.

Western Athletic Conference Championships
April 24-26, 2006
Coyote Creek Golf Club; San Jose, Calif.
Par 72; 6,143-yards
Results After Round One of Three

Boise State Results
T10. Mandi Hedberg (77, +5), T19. Lindsey Huebert (79, +7), T25. Katie Street (80, +8), 29. Britney Hayes (81, +9), T34. Lindsey Shean (87, +15).

Team Results 1. San Jose State (297), 2. New Mexico State (305), 3. Nevada (308), 4. Fresno State (309), 5. Idaho (311), 6. Hawaii (314), 7. Boise State (317).

Top Five Individuals
1. Carmina Calle, San Jose State (72, E), T2. Melanie De Leon, Nevada (74, +2), T2. Jenelle Gomez, San Jose State (74, +2), T2. Sirapa Kasemsamran, San Jose State (74, +2), T2. Inah Park, New Mexico State (74, +2), T2. Renee Skidmore, Idaho (74, +2).

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