Idaho colleges roundup: Boise State season ticket holders to get priority for NCAA Tournament tickets

BOISE — Boise State men’s basketball season ticket holders for both the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons will have priority over the general public to the first and second rounds of the 2018 NCAA Tournament to be played at Taco Bell Arena on March 15-17, 2018. The 2015-16 season tickets are on sale now. Reduced prices are available in eight sections during the Early Bird Special, which will run through June 15. Tickets start at $149.

BSU WOMEN’S GOLF: The Broncos remain in fifth place after the second round of the Mountain West Championships in Rancho Mirage, Calif. At 602, BSU trails leader San Jose State by 13 shots. Dana Clary is tied for 10th at 5-over 149.

BSU MEN’S TENNIS: Garrett Patton is the Mountain West player of the week.

COLLEGE OF IDAHO WOMEN’S GOLF: The Coyotes took second place at the Cascade Conference Championships in North Plains, Ore., finishing at 208-over 1,060 — 69 strokes back of Concordia. Gabrielle Giesbrecht (45-over 258) finished fifth.

C OF I MEN’S GOLF: The Coyotes finished fifth at 121-over 973 at the Cascade Conference Championships in North Plains, Ore. Reed Burroughs led the C of I at 12-over 225 to tie for seventh. Concordia (870) won the event.

NORTHWEST NAZARENE WOMEN’S GOLF: First-round leader Samantha Miller finished second by one shot at the GNAC Championships at the Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Club. The Crusaders (92-over 660) placed fourth. Western Washington (627) won the event.

NNU MEN’S GOLF: The Crusaders placed third at the GNAC Championships in Coeur d’Alene, carding a team-total 24-over 876. Justin McAfee tied for fifth at 5-over 218. Simon Fraser (837) took the title.

NNU BASEBALL: Ross Clevenger (Bishop Kelly High) was named the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association West Region Pitcher of the Week.

IDAHO WOMEN’S GOLF: The Vandals took third at the Big Sky Championships in Chandler, Ariz., finishing three strokes back of winner Northern Arizona at 40-over 904. Leilanie Kim tied for fourth at 7-over 223.