Former Boise State golfer Kim living on the edge at U.S. Amateur

STATESMAN STAFFAugust 13, 2013 

BROOKLINE, Mass. — Former Boise State golfer T.K. Kim shot a 2-over 72 at The Country Club in the first stroke-play round of the U.S. Amateur. Kim is tied for 58th with 28 other players. The 312-player field will be cut to 64 after 36 holes for match play, which begins Wednesday. Kim will play his final stroke-play round Tuesday at Charles River Country Club.

BSU wrestling: Gaylen Edmo has signed a letter of intent to join the Broncos. The heavyweight was a two-time state champion and compiled a 146-17 record at Pocatello’s Highland High.

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