Broncos on Their Way to Hawaii

What’s Happening The Boise State University women’s golf team travels to Kapolei, Hawaii, to compete in the Kent Youel Invitational, hosted by the University of Hawaii, Oct. 24 through Oct. 25. 


The two-day tournament will be held at the par 72, 6139 yard Kapolei Golf Course and will feature 36 holes Tuesday with the final 18 holes being played Wednesday. Both days will feature shotgun starts starting daily at 7:30 a.m.


The Teams In addition to Boise State and the Rainbow Wahine of Hawaii the 18-team field will also feature California State Northridge, San Diego State, Toledo, Southern Illinois, Coastal Carolina, Nevada, New Mexico State, Long Beach State, Idaho, UC Irvine, San Francisco, Oklahoma and SMU.


The Players The five members of the Boise State women’s golf team competing in the tournament will be seniors Katie Street and  Lindsey Huebert, sophomores Lindsey Shean and Mandi Hedberg as well as freshman Iris Ocariza.


Hedberg led the Broncos at the Price’s “Give’Em Five Invitational” when she finished tied for 13th with a 9-over par, 225. It was Hedberg’s second top 25 finish on the year, tying her for the team lead with Street and Ocariza. Hedberg’s other top 25 finish came at the Bronco Fall Invitational where she tied for 17th.


Street has posted the highest finish for a Boise State individual during this young season when she registered a 226 (+10) at the Heather Farr Classic to place 7th in the tournament. Street posted her other top 25 finish at the Price’s Invitational, where she turned in a 227 (+11) for a tie of 19th place.


Ocariza also has two top 25 finishes for the Broncos this season. She posted a 14th place finish at the Heather Far Classic and followed it up with an 11th place finish at the Bronco Fall Invitational.


Lindsey Shean has the other top 25 finish for Boise State. She finished 20th at the Bronco Fall Invitational tournament. 


Last Time Out At the Price’s Invitational the Boise State women’s golf team shot a season best 11-over par, 299, in the first and second rounds. For the tournament the Broncos finished tied for fifth with Western Athletic Conference foes Nevada and Hawaii at 913 (+49).

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