Broncos Set To Return To Rose City Collegiate
Sept. 26, 2015

BOISE, ID- The Boise State women’s golf team is looking to build off their season opening performance at the Ptarmigan Ram Classic, Sept. 14-15, with a return to the Rose City Collegiate at Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora, OR.

Last season, the Broncos finished third at the Portland State-hosted tournament, with a team score of 893 on the par-72, 6,057 yard course.

“I am excited going into this tournament because four of our five players have played this course for 2 or 3 years and they know it really well,” Boise State head coach Nicole Bird said. “It is a very similar style of course to Banbury, which is where we played yesterday and is a favorite in Boise among our team. We always play well there because it has wide fairways and big greens. Langdon Farms is a lot like that and it is such a great tournament. We are comfortable there.”

The tournament runs Sept. 28-29, with the first and second rounds teeing off on Monday at 8 a.m. with 36 holes of continuous play. The tournament concludes on Tuesday with the third round of 18 holes teeing off of holes 1 and 10 at 8 a.m.

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The 15 team field consists of Mountain West Conference foes Colorado State, Nevada and Fresno State, as well as Portland State, Oregon State, Eastern Washington, Northern Colorado, BYU, Weber State, Montana, San Francisco, Seattle, Louisiana-Monroe and St. Martin’s.

Traveling for the Broncos will be:

  1. Samantha Martin
  2. Genevieve Ling
  3. Sammie Pless
  4. McKenzie Ford
  5. Oceane Pelloille

The Rose City Collegiate will mark the debut of Boise-native and freshman Kinsley Bonfilio, who will compete as an individual.

“I also think it will be a great place for Kinsley to start her career as a freshman because it suits her style of game,” Bird said.

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