This is the first-career MW Golfer of the Week award for Young.
Young was seven strokes clear of her nearest competitor, and the Broncos won the tournament by 19 strokes.
Boise State holds an 11-stroke advantage over second-place Portland State.
Boise State will enter Tuesday's second round with a seven-stroke lead over second-place Northern Arizona.
The tournament will be held at the par-72, 6,299-yard Ocotillo Golf Resort.
BOISE STATE CAREER
SENIOR (2012-13): Competed in each of the Broncos' nine tournaments during her final collegiate campaign...named second-team All-Mountain West, the first women's golfer to garner all-league recognition since Boise State joined the Mountain West...scoring average of 75.19 was a school record, breaking the mark she set during her sophomore season...concluded her Boise State career owning three of the top five single-season marks in school history...recorded five top-10 finishes on the season, tying the school record set by Acey Erlandson in 1999-2000...her eight top-25 finishes also tied the Bronco single-season record (Daniela Wall-Thompson, 1994-95)...she concluded her Boise State career with 11 top-10 finishes, tied for the most in school history (Marie Beasley, 1999-2003), and her 20-career top-25 efforts are tied for the second-most all-time by a Bronco (Beasley)...named Mountain West Women's Golfer of the Week after earning medalist honors at the Cowgirl Classic, just the 10th individual title in school history and the first in nearly eight years...she tied her career best with rounds of 1-under 71 on each of the first two days of the event, and closed with an even-par, final-round 72, tied for the second lowest of the day...three-round total of 214 (-2) at the Cowgirl Classic broke the school record, a mark that had stood since 2005...she was the only individual in the 103-woman field to finish the tournament under par, and her seven-stroke victory was the second-largest margin all-time for a Bronco...also recorded top-10 finishes at the Rose City Collegiate (T-8; Oct. 1-2), Price's "Give `Em Five" Invitational (T-7; Oct. 8-10), Folino Invitational (6; Feb. 17-19) and Mountain West Championships (T-7; April 25-27)...her three-round total of 227 (75-75-77, +11) at the league tournament was two strokes shy of the school record, a mark she earned a share of with her performance at the 2011 Western Athletic Conference Championships...top-25 finishes came at the Oregon State Invitational (T-25; Sept. 17-18), Rainbow Wahine Invitational (T-13; Oct. 30-31) and Bison Invitational at Paiute (T-20; March 14-15)...named Spring Academic All-Mountain West.
JUNIOR (2011-12): Appeared in each of the team's nine tournaments on the season...registered two top-10 finishes and five top 25s, leading the team in each category...scoring average of 76.56 through 25 rounds on the season led the team and ranked 16th in the Mountain West...mark was also the fourth-lowest in school history...tied or led the Broncos as medalist in eight of nine events...began the season by tying for 18th at the Circling Raven Collegiate (Sept. 12-14) with a three-round total of 232 (76-75-81, +16)...followed with a tie for fourth at the Rose City Collegiate (Sept. 26-27), the second-best finish of her Bronco career...carded an 8-over 224 (75-77-72) at the event, earning a fourth-straight top-25 finish dating back to 2010-11...final-round even-par 72 tied for the lowest score of the day...finished one stroke back of a fifth-straight top 25, finishing tied for 27th at the Price's "Give `Em Five" Invitational (Oct. 10-12)...final-round 1-under 71 at the event tied her career low...tied for 19th at the Memphis Fall Invitational (Oct. 24-25) with a 54-hole total of 233 (78-78-77, +20)...began the spring season with a tie for 20th at the Fresno State Lexus Classic (March 12-13)...carded a three-round total of 230 (73-77-80, +14) at the event...second-best effort of the season came at the Mountain West Championships (April 20-22)...finished in eighth place with a 54-hole total of 226 (75-76-75, +10)...tied for medalist honors at the Broncos' duel against the College of Idaho (Sept. 16), carding an even-par 72...named to the Mountain West Spring Academic All-Conference Team.
SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Competed in 11 of the Broncos' 12 tournaments...scoring average of 75.8 led the team and helped her earn second-team All-Western Athletic Conference honors...averaged 7.2-over-par in 25 rounds...counted 23.5-of-25 (.940) of her rounds toward the team score...was the Broncos' best finisher in all but two of the events she competed in...recorded six top-25 finishes on the season, including four top 10s...best finish of the season came at the Memphis Fall Invitational, where she tied for third with a 36-hole total of 150 (+8)...a tie for fifth the following week at the Cal Poly/Lamkin Grip Invitational gave her back-to-back top 10s...recorded a 36-hole total of 152 (+6)...also finished tied for seventh at the Rose City Collegiate with a 54-hole total of 222 (+6)...effort marked a career low for a three-round tournament...fourth top-10 finish came at the Western Athletic Conference Championships, where she tied for ninth...recorded a 225 (+12) at the three-round league tournament...tied for 11th at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic with a 7-over 223, her second-lowest total for a 54-hole event...opened her season with a tie for 14th at the Circling Raven Collegiate, posting a three-round total of 227 (+11)...carded two rounds of par-or-better, tying her career low with a single-round 71 (-1) in the second round of the Cowgirl Classic...recorded an even-par 72 in the third round of the Rose City.
FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in nine of the Broncos' 10 tournaments during her collegiate debut...first action as a Bronco came at the Washington State Inland Cup where she carded a 240 (+24) to tie for 29th...played in 25 rounds, averaging 78.8 strokes and 7.2-over-par...19.5 (.780) of her rounds counted towards the team total...top result was a 17th-place finish at the WAC Championships, posting a 236 (+23)...top tournament score was a 231 (+15) at the Northern Migration Invitational...also recorded an 18-hole best 1-under 71 in the first round of the NMI.
Finished eighth in the 2007 American Junior Golf Association Future Legends Tournament...took second at the 2007 Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship...won the 2005 Mayor's Cup Women's Division...named America's Most Improved Junior Golfer by Golf Digest in May 2008.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner in golf...placed fifth at the Hawaii State Championship in 2008...voted team MVP her sophomore, junior and senior seasons.
MAJOR - Social Science