T.K. Kim is 2-under through two rounds.
May 4, 2013
TUCSON, Ariz. - Boise State senior men's golfer T.K. Kim fired a 2-under 69 during the second round of the Mountain West Championships Saturday, and will enter the final round just one stroke back of a trio of individuals tied atop the leaderboard.
Kim opened the conference championships with an even-par 71 Friday, and at 2-under through 36 holes, is tied for fourth place. He is one of only 10 student-athletes under-par at the 7,144-yard Catalina Course at OMNI Tucson National.
Redshirt junior Jordan Skyles (78-74) and redshirt senior Charlie Marusiak (75-77) are each tied for 35th with two-round scores of 152 (+10), and will enter Sunday's final round three strokes back of the top 25.
Boise State is in eighth place as a team with a two-day total of 598 (300-298, +30). The Broncos are six strokes back of a sixth-place tie between Fresno State and Wyoming (592, +24), while San Diego State and New Mexico are tied for first place at 563 (-5).
Boise State will be paired with Wyoming and Nevada for the final round, and will begin teeing off at 8 a.m. (MT).
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