April 8, 2014
UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. - The Boise State men's golf team concluded the final round of the Redhawk Invitational Tuesday, held at Chambers Bay - the site of the 2015 U.S. Open.
The Broncos finished in 13th place in a loaded field that included three of the top 30 schools in the country, concluding the event with a team score of 891 (287-296-308, +47).
Boise State was led by redshirt senior Jordan Skyles (73-72-76) and freshman David Elliott (72-74-75), who each finished five strokes back of the top 25 with a three-round total of 221 (+10).
Chambers Bay played at a par 70 and 7,047 yards for the tournament.
Rounding out the scoring for the Broncos were freshmen Kyle Mitsunaga (73-76-77--226, +15) and Mark Brassey (70-78-80--227, +17), and junior Ty Travis (72-74-83--229, +12).
San Diego's Grant Forrest earned medalist honors with an 11-under 200, and 15th-ranked UCLA won the team title at 835 (-9).
Boise State has one regular-season tournament remaining on its schedule before the 2014 Mountain West Championships, the El Macero Classic in El Macero, Calif., April 18-20.