T.K. Kim and Logan France finished in the top 25 at the Ram Master Invitational on Tuesday in Fort Collins, Colo. Kim, a senior, tied for 11th place with a 6-over 216, six strokes back of medalist Jordan Wetsch of Colorado State. France, a freshman, finished tied for 20th with a 218. The BSU men (890) finished ninth as a team. Wichita State won the event with an 859.
BSU WOMENS GOLF: Senior Hayley Young finished tied for 25th at the Oregon State Invitational on Tuesday in Corvallis, Ore. Young finished at 11-over 227 and now has 13 career top-25 finishes, moving her into eighth place on Boise States all-time list. As a team, the Broncos finished in ninth place at 917. Washington (853) won the event behind medalist Charlotte Thomas (211).
IDAHO WOMENS GOLF: The Vandals slipped to sixth place in the Oregon State Invitational with a 902. Kaitlyn Oster carded the low score for Idaho with a 223 that tied her for 17th place.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO WOMENS GOLF: The Coyotes took second place at the Northwest Christian Invitational with a three-day total of 1,013. The C of Is Trish Gibbens placed second with an 18-over 234 two shots back of Concordias Sunny Powers. Concordia won the team event at 990.
C OF I MENS GOLF: The Coyotes finished seventh in the Northwest Christian Invitational with a three-day total of 973. Concordia (910) won the tournament. Kyle Delorey recorded the highest finish for the Coyotes, tying for 16th after carding a 19-over 235. Northwest Christians Tyler Falk was the medalist at 217.
BOISE STATE SWIMMING PICKED TO FINISH SECOND IN MW: The defending champion BSU womens swimming and diving team was edged by San Diego State by a vote of conference coaches. The Broncos led the way with five first-place votes and totaled 59 points, but finished one point behind SDSU (60) in the preseason projections. Boise State is followed by UNLV (48), Wyoming (47), Colorado State (34), New Mexico (26), Fresno State (22), Nevada (17) and Air Force (11).