March 16, 2013
After a short break, the Gophers are back to golf action on Monday, March 18 in the BYU at Entrada Classic. The tournament is hosted by Brigham Young University and will be played at the Snow Canyon Country Club in St. George, Utah.
Play will begin on Monday with a 36-hole shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. CT. The tournament will play its final 18 holes on Tuesday, March 19, also a 9:30 a.m. start.
Sophomore Anna Laorr is coming off of her best performance of the season after recording a career-low 54-hole score of 223 at the Clover Cup. Fellow sophomore Carmen Laguna had another solid performance last weekend by leading the Gophers on the last day with a team-low final round of 74.
Junior Banchalee Theinthong turned in a solid performance as well after carding a pair of 74’s in the opening two rounds and finishing with a total score of 226, four strokes off her season-low score of 222.
Live scoring for the entire Entrada Classic will be available at golfstat.com
The Course: The Snow Canyon Country Club plays at a par 72, 6,015 yards.
The Field: Fifteen teams are set to compete at the Entrada (Golf Week Rankings): Brigham Young (126), Boise State (100), Dixie State (N/A), Cal State Fullerton (77), Minnesota (67), Montana (168), Nevada (95), New Mexico State (163), North Texas (144), Oral Roberts (113), Southern Utah (147), Utah Valley (193), Weber State (154), Wisconsin (52), and Wyoming (140).
Up Next: The Gophers will have the rest of Spring Break off before returning to tournament play at the Rebel Intercollegiate in Oxford, Miss. on April 5-6.
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