Women's Golf

Second Round Suspended in Texas

Feb. 13, 2017

First and Second Round Results

- The Boise State women's golf team was unable to get in two full rounds of golf on Monday after play was suspended late in the second round due to darkness at 6:29 p.m. (CT) at the Texas State Invitational. The Broncos are currently in 13th place in the team standings with the remainder of the second round and the entirety of the third round set to take place tomorrow at The Bandit Golf Course.

Genevieve Ling carded the team's lowest score in the first round with a 5-over 76 thanks to a back nine that saw the senior post a pair of birdies on the 10th and 11th holes. She is currently 6-over on her second 18 with three holes to play tomorrow morning.

Adara Pauluhn also kept it in the 70s during the first round and ended with a 79. Pauluhn used a strong back nine (1-over 36) to salvage her opening round. The Niwot, Colo., native has just one hole remaining in her second round, needing a par to fire another 79.

Dana Clary excelled on the back nine as well in her opening round, but a tough front side gave the senior an 11-over 82. She is 5-over with three holes to play in the second round. The Cedar Park, Texas native leads the team in total birdies thus far with five.

Kinsley Bonfilio posted an 83 for the last Bronco counting score in the first round. Valentine Lacaze fired an 86 in the opening 18, but is playing well at 6-over with just one hole remaining in the second round.

Boise State will complete the second round tomorrow morning (Feb. 14) at 8:30 a.m. and begin the third round shortly afterwards.

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