Final Fall Event Up Next for Women's Golf
Samantha Martin finished tied for 13th at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational two years ago.
Oct. 19, 2014

EVENT DETAILS
The Boise State women’s golf team will travel to Wahiawa, Hawai’i, to compete in the Rainbow Wahine Invitational, Oct. 21-23. The tournament will be the Broncos’ final event of the fall season.

The three-round tournament will be played at the par-72, 6,228-yard Leilehua Golf Course, and will consist of 18 holes each day, Tuesday through Thursday. Each round is slated to begin with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. MT.

Live scoring is available at Golfstat.com.

THE FIELD
Joining the Broncos and tournament-host Hawai’i in the 14-school field will be: Alabama State, BYU, CSU Fullerton, Grand Canyon, UH-Hilo, Nebraska, Sacramento State, UC Irvine, Utah Valley, Vanderbilt, Weber State and Wichita State.

THE LINE-UP
Traveling for the Broncos will be:

Samantha Martin
Genevieve Ling
Dana Clary
Sammie Pless
Oceane Pelloille

LAST TIME IN HAWAI'I
The Broncos played in the Rainbow Wahine Invitational in 2012, finishing in seventh place as a team with a total of 911 (302-302-307, +47). Martin, then a freshman, and Hayley Young led the team with 13th-place individual finishes (226, +10).

LAST TIME OUT
Martin fired a course- and school-record 9-under 63 in the final round of the Price's "Give `Em Five" Invitational in Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 8, capturing a share of her third-career tournament victory - the most in school history. Martin finished with a three-round total of 10-under 206, shattering the Broncos' previous record by eight strokes. Her 9-under 63 bested the previous school mark by five shots.

Junior McKenzie Ford (70, -2) and sophomore Dana Clary (71, -1) also recorded sub-par final rounds, and junior Sammie Pless carded a 2-over 74. The three scores, combined with Martin's 9-under 63, contributed to the lowest score of the tournament, and the lowest score in school history. The final-round 278 (-10) broke the school record set just Tuesday during the second round (285, -3). Boise State hadn't fired a sub-par team score in school history, but notched back-to-back rounds of better-than-par in the second and third rounds at the tournament.

At 860 (297-285-278, -4), Boise State finished in second place, breaking the school's three-round scoring record by 22 strokes. The Broncos also finished a tournament under-par as a team for the first time in school history. Ford joined Martin in the top 10, finishing tied for ninth with a 54-hole total of 215 (75-70-70, -1). Clary finished tied for 25th with a 221 (77-73-71, +5).


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