Boise State golfer finishes 20th at NCAA West Regional


Boise State senior T.K. Kim, playing his final college round, fired a third consecutive 1-under 71 on Saturday at the Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman.

Kim had a 54-hole total of 213 (-3), and was one of only three players in the 75-man field to finish under par in each round. At each regional site, only the top individual not on one of the five advancing schools earns a bid to the NCAA Championships. Kim finished tied for seventh amongst those not advancing, four strokes back of Rodolfo Cazaubon of North Texas (68-73-68-209, -7), who earned the individual bid from the West Regional.

Kim finished in the top 25 in each of his 12 tournaments this season, tied with Troy Merritt (2007-08) for the most in a single season in Boise State history. He closed his career by finishing at par-or-better in nine of his final 10 rounds as a Bronco, dropping his scoring average to 72.18 – the fifth-best in school history.

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