Samantha Martin
Samantha Martin


Los Angeles

High School:
Torrance HS



91 Broncos Receive All-MW Academic Awards

Women's swimming and diving and women's track and field each had 21 honorees


91 Broncos Receive All-MW Academic Awards

Women's swimming and diving and women's track and field each had 21 honorees


Young, Broncos Win Titles at Cowgirl Classic

Young was seven strokes clear of her nearest competitor, and the Broncos won the tournament by 19 strokes.


Young, Broncos Increase Lead at Cowgirl Classic

Boise State holds an 11-stroke advantage over second-place Portland State.


Young, Broncos Lead Cowgirl Classic

Boise State will enter Tuesday's second round with a seven-stroke lead over second-place Northern Arizona.

Competed in each of the Broncos' five fall tournaments, averaging 73.73 through 15 rounds...scoring average qualifies as the second-lowest in school history, just 0.06 back of teammate Genevieve Ling's fall average...recorded four top-25 efforts, including two top 10s...finished in the top five in each of the final two tournaments of the fall season, tying for medalist honors at the Price's "Give `Em Five" Invitational (Oct. 6-8) and tying for fourth at the fall finale, the Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Oct. 21-23)...shattered the school three-round scoring record by eight strokes, firing a 10-under 206 (73-70-63) at the Price's Invitational...included a 9-under 63 in the final round, which also shattered the school record that she held a share of by five strokes...carded a three-round total of 220 (72-71-77, +4) at the Rainbow Wahine...finished tied for 13th at the Oregon State Invitational (Sept. 15-16), carding a three-round total of 223 (75-72-76, +7), and tied for 17th at the Rose City Collegiate (Sept. 29-30) with a three-round total of 227 (74-80-73, +11)...closed the fall season with four-straight top 25s...five of her 15 rounds during the fall were at par or has a share of three tournament victories, the most in school history...10-career top-10 finishes is one shy of the school record, and her 19-career top-25 efforts are two back of the Broncos' all-time mark.
SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Competed in each of the Broncos' 10 tournaments...named second-team All-Mountain West...averaged 74.81 through 27 rounds, the lowest single-season scoring average in school history...scoring average also ranked seventh in the MW...recorded seven top-10 finishes on the season, setting Boise State's single-season record...nine top-25 finishes also set the school single-season standard...through two seasons has eight top-10 finishes and 15 top 25s, ranking third and tied for seventh at Boise State all-time, respectively...recorded her first-career tournament victory, earning medalist honors at the Winthrop Intercollegiate (Nov. 2-3)...finished with a 36-hole total of 152 (73-79; +8) at the event...was the 11th individual victory in school history, and the first by an underclassmen since Acey Erlandson won a pair of tournaments as a freshman in 1999-2000...helped lead the Broncos to a team victory at the event...earned a share of the individual title at the Cowgirl Classic (April 7-8), firing a 1-under 215 (76-68-71)...her second-round, 4-under 68 is the lowest single-round score in school history, and her three-round total at the event is the second-lowest in school of only five golfers in the MW to win a tournament during the season, and one of only two with multiple victories...fourth individual in school history to win multiple tournaments during a career, and just the third to win multiple times during the same season...other top-10 finishes came at the Bronco Fall Invitational (T-7th; Sept. 16-17), Rose City Collegiate (T-10th; Sept. 30-Oct. 1), SCU Colby Invitational (T-10th; Oct. 21-22), Fresno State Classic (T-8th; March 17-18) and MW Championships (T-7th; April 24-26)...also finished in the top 25 at the Price's "Give `Em Five" Invitational (T-12th; Oct. 7-9) and Spartan Invitational (T-17th; March 3-4)...closed the season with three-consecutive top-10 finishes and four-straight top-25 efforts...named Spring 2014 Academic All-Mountain West.
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 76.65 ranked second on the team, and was the lowest single-season average by a freshman in school history...also sixth-best single-season average in school history, regardless of classification...recorded six top-25 finishes, tied for the seventh-most in school history...recorded her first-career top-10 finish at the Mountain West Championships, finishing tied for ninth with a three-round total of 228 (78-77-73, +12)...also notched a streak of five-straight top-25 finishes: Rose City Collegiate (T-18; Oct. 1-2), Price's "Give `Em Five" Invitational (T15; Oct. 8-10), Rainbow Wahine Invitational (T-13; Oct. 30-31), Folino Invitational (T-17; Feb. 17-19) and Bison Invitational at Paiute (T-15; March 14-15)...first- and third-round even-par 72s at the Price's Invitational marked a season low, as did her three-round total of 222 (+6)...finished one stroke back of the top 25 at the Cowgirl Classic (April 8-10), helping to lead Boise State to its sixth tournament victory in school history...named to the Spring Academic All-Mountain West Team.

Four-year letterwinner at Torrance High School...four-time qualifier to the CIF State Championship, finishing tied for sixth individually in leading her squad to a second-place finish as a senior...second-straight year Torrance finished runner-up at the state tournament after winning the team title during her freshman and sophomore seasons...participated in the Callaway Golf Junior World Championship in 2011, and also competed in the event prior to her freshman season...member of the Tiger Woods Foundation National Junior Golf Team in both 2008 and 2011...posted two top-10 finishes in American Junior Golf Association events...boasted a 3.8 prep grade-point average...has been a member of The First Tee of South Los Angeles since 2002.

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