Women's Golf Ushers in the Nicole Harris Era

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What’s Happening - The Boise State University women’s golf team will begin its season Monday, Sept. 17, at the Oregon State Classic at Corvallis, Ore.

 

The tournament will be held at the Trysting Tree Golf Club and will feature 36 holes the first day with a shotgun start beginning at 8:45 a.m. (PT). The final 18 holes will be played Tuesday, Sept. 18, with the traditional style tee off beginning at 7:45 a.m. (PT).

 

The Field - The tournament will feature 10 teams including Boise State, Oregon, UC Irvine, Washington State, Idaho, Idaho State, UC Riverside, Fresno State, Portland, and host Oregon State.

 

The Players - This will be the first tournament for the Broncos under the guidance of new head coach Nicole Harris who came to Boise State after serving five seasons as an assistant with TCU.

 

The Broncos will feature five returning players including seniors Nikki Olson and Jana Mosesson, juniors Lindsey Shean and Mandi Hedberg along with sophomore Iris Ocariza.

 

Olson played in six tournaments for the Broncos and averaged 79.6 strokes per round. She posted her career low round at the BYU Dixie Classic with a 72 (E).

 

Hedberg ranks sixth on the Bronco’s list for season scoring average with 77.6 strokes per round. She posted three top 25 finishes during the 2006-07 season and now has five in her career. Hedberg recorded her season low in the first round of the UNLV Invitational with a 71 (-1).

 

Ocariza tied the school record for a low round last season by shooting a 69 (-3) in the first round of the Baja Invitational. She ranks ninth on the season scoring list with a 77.8 average. Last season, she posted five top 25 finishes to tie for 10th on the Bronco’s all-time list.

 

Mosesson played in four tournaments and averaged 83.3 strokes per round. She shot a 77 in the second round of the Salbasgeon Suite Invitational to post her career low round.

 

Shean participated in eight tournaments for Boise State during the 2006-07 and averaged 80.2 strokes per round. She posted a season low of 76 (+4) in three different round throughout the season. He lone top 25 finish came at the Bronco Invitational when she tied for 20th.

 

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