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
FRESHMAN (2012-13): Competed in each of the Broncos' nine tournaments during her collegiate debut...part of a trio of Broncos that concluded the season ranked 20th-nationally in Golfstat's Freshman Impact Rankings...scoring average of 78.38 ranked fourth on the team...recorded one top-10 finish and two top-25 finishes...tied for fourth place at the Cowgirl Classic (April 8-10), helping to lead Boise State to its sixth tournament victory in school history...posted a season-best three-round total of 225 (78-73-74, +9) at the event...followed with an 11th-place finish at the Mountain West Championships (April 25-27)...posted rounds of 80-72-77 (+13) at the conference tournament...second-round, even-par 72 was her lowest round of the season...named Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar...named to the Spring Academic All-Mountain West Team...named 2012-13 MW Scholar-Athlete.
Four-time all-county recipient and four-time participant in the North Coast Section Tournament of Champions, finishing fourth at the tournament as a senior...earned medalist honors twice at the NCS Division II Championship...four-time class president and boasted a 3.772 prep grade-point average...also a three-time letterwinner in both basketball and softball, earning all-county honors in each.