Aggie Invitational on Tap for Broncos
Oct. 2, 2016

Live Scoring

The Broncos move to their third tournament of the fall season this coming week as they travel to Las Cruces, N.M. to play in the New Mexico State Aggie Invitational from Oct. 3-5. Boise State will play 18 holes each day.

WHEN: The first round will begin at 8:30 a.m. (MT) in a shotgun start. The Broncos will start on holes 17, 18 and 1.

LIVE SCORING: Live scoring will be provided by Golfstat.

THE COURSE: NMSU Golf Course | Par 72, 6,271 yards

THE FIELD: Boise State, Grand Canyon, New Mexico State, North Dakota, South Dakota State, Stephen F. Austin, UC Irvine, UTEP, UT Rio Grande Valley and Valparaiso.

BRONCO LINEUP:
1. Dana Clary
2. Genevieve Ling
3. Valentine Lacaze
4. Adara Pauluhn
5. Jalayne Martinez

LAST TIME OUT: Dana Clary led the way for the Blue and Orange at the Rose City Collegiate from Sept. 26-27, firing a 225 to tie for 22nd place – her sixth career-top-25 finish. She posted three consecutive 75’s en route to her team-best finish.

Genevieve Ling was almost as consistent as Clary, putting up a 227 (75-76-76) tie for 31st. Freshman Valentine Lacaze was another bright spot, finishing tied for 47th place (231, 78-77-76) in her first collegiate tournament.

Adara Pauluhn played solid in her first tournament action of the season, also tying for 47th (231, 76-78-77).

MIX OF YOUNG OLD: The Broncos are relying on a combination of older and younger players to account for the majority of the scoring two tournaments in to the fall season. Ling has the lowest average (76.33) on the team – including the lowest round on the year (71), and Clary is not far behind with a 77.5 average.

Freshman Jalayne Martinez has picked up experience in both tournaments and currently holds a solid 78.33 average. Lacaze and Pauluhn saw their first action of the season last week at the Rose City Collegiate, both of which ended the three rounds averaging a 77.0.

GOOD MEMORIES AT NMSU: The two-lowest rounds in program history came in 2014 at the NM State Aggie Invitational when the Broncos fired a 285 and a 278 in the second and third rounds, respectively. Recently graduated senior Samantha Martin also logged the lowest individual 54-hole total for a tournament in program history after firing a 10-under 206.


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