All 19 of Boise State's sports were represented
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...recorded three top-25 finishes, including her first-career top 10...scoring average of 78.42 ranked fifth on the team...tied for eighth place at the Rose City Collegiate (Oct. 1-2)...posted a three-round total of 226 (78-74-74, +10) at the event, her lowest of the season...finished tied for 14th at the Cowgirl Classic (April 8-10) with the 54-hole total of 231 (80-79-72, +15), helping to lead Boise State to its sixth tournament victory in school history...final-round, even-par 72 at the event tied her career best...finished tied for 24th at the Mountain West Championships with a three-round total of 238 (80-83-75, +22)...effort helped the Broncos finish second at the conference tournament, the second-best finish at a league championship in school history...named Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar...named Spring Academic All-Mountain West...named 2012-13 MW Scholar-Athlete.
JUNIOR (2011-12): Appeared in eight of the Broncos' nine events on the season...registered a career-high three top-25 finishes, including back-to-back top 25s to start the year...gave her three-straight dating back to the WAC Championships in 2011...finished tied for 24th at the Circling Raven Collegiate (Sept. 12-14) with a three-round total of 233 (75-80-78, +17)...followed with a tie for 13th at the Rose City Collegiate (Sept. 26-27) with a 54-hole total of 229 (75-77-77, +13)...finished one stroke back of a fourth-straight top 25, finishing tied for 27th with a three-round 224 (79-73-72, +8) at the Price's "Give'Em Five" Intercollegiate (Oct. 10-12)...final-round score tied her career low...finished tied for 16th at the Mountain West Championships (April 20-22)...carded a 54-hole total of 232 (77-81-74, +16)...posted a ninth-place effort at the Broncos' duel against the College of Idaho (Sept. 16) with an 81 (+9)...tied for medalist honors three times for the Broncos...averaged 78.16 through 25 rounds, the third-best mark on the team...named to the Mountain West Spring Academic All-Conference Team...also earned the MW Scholar-Athlete Award for 2011-12 and NGCA Division I All-America Scholar honors.
SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Competed in each of the Broncos' 12 tournaments on the season...averaged 79.8 strokes and 8.0-over-par during 28 rounds...counted 24-of-28 (.857) rounds on the season...recorded her first-career top-25 finish with a tie for 11th at the Western Athletic Conference Championships...posted a career-low 54-hole total of 226 (+13) at the event...opening-round 72 (+1) at the league tournament was a career low.
FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in nine of Boise State's 10 tournaments during her collegiate debut...first action as a Bronco was at the Washington State Inland Cup, where she recorded a three-round total of 245 (+29)...played in 25 rounds, averaging 80.7 strokes and 9.1-over-par...18.5 (74 pct.) of her rounds counted towards team score...top tournament score was a 233 (+23) at the Challenge at Onion Creek in Austin, Texas...top score was a 5-over 75 in the second round of the Challenge at Onion Creek...named Academic All-WAC and NGCA All-American Scholar.
Placed in the top 10 twice in her career at the California Women's Amateur Championships...won the Future College World Tour Championship in 2009.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner and team captain for her junior and senior seasons...four-time first-team all-league honoree during her prep career... two-time team MVP...four-time recipient of the Academic Athlete Award.
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