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Dylan Kim
Dylan Kim

Dylan Kim

Jr | 5-7 | Plano, Texas | Home Schooled/Baylor

COLLEGIATE HONORS
WGCA Second-Team All-American | 2015, 2018
U.S. Women’s Open Qualifier | 2018
SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year | 2018
First-Team All-SEC | 2018
Big 12 Freshman of the Year | 2015
First-Team All-Big 12 | 2015
Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar Team | 2015, 2017
Palmer Cup Team Selection | 2018

2017-18 BESTS
Low Round:
67 in round two of the Mason Rudolph Championship (Sept. 16, 2017)
Low Tournament: 206 (70-67-69) at the Mason Rudolph Championship (Sept. 15-17, 2017)
Best Finish: Third (2x) Most recent: NCAA Austin Regional (May 7-9, 2018)

2017-18 BESTS
Low Round:
67 in round two of the Mason Rudolph Championship (Sept. 16, 2017)
Low Tournament: 206 (70-67-69) at the Mason Rudolph Championship (Sept. 15-17, 2017)
Best Finish: Third (2x) Most recent: NCAA Austin Regional (May 7-9, 2018)

AS A JUNIOR (2017-18)
First season with the Razorbacks and helped the team to the program’s first Southeastern Conference and NCAA Regional titles … Earned WGCA Second-Team All-American honors … First-Team All-SEC Selection … SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year … Ranked second on the team with a 71.56 stroke average … Counted 32 of 34 rounds toward the team total (94.1%) … Played to a 792-97 win-loss record … Seven rounds in the 60s … 21 rounds of par or lower … Finished the year with 111 birdies … one each and a team-best 448 par holes … Qualified for the 2018 U.S. Women’s Open … Was Arkansas’ low woman in 11 of 34 rounds … Was Arkansas’ low finisher at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic and the NCAA Championship … Won her final match against South Carolina propelling Arkansas to the program’s first SEC title … Selected to the inaugural Palmer Cup team for women.

AT BAYLOR
Transferred to Arkansas from Baylor for the 2017-18 season … Took medical redshirt after playing in one tournament during 2015-16 season … Had benign tumor removed from leg in October 2015 … Named second-team All-American, All-Big 12 and Big 12 Freshman of the Year following 2014-15 debut season … Graduated high school a semester early… Recorded Baylor’s best-ever individual finish at national championship by placing fourth in stroke play portion of 2015 NCAA Championship … Went 2-0-1 in NCAA Championship match play, including win against nation’s No. 1-ranked amateur golfer, Duke’s Leona Maguire in a semifinal win … Two-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Baylor Dean’s List selection … Named to 2015 and 2017 WGCA All-American Scholar Team … Made collegiate debut playing No. 1 at Northrup Grumman Regional Challenge … leading team to tournament title and tying for fourth individually after shooting 71-72-71 for 1-over 214 … Led Baylor to first-ever conference title by shooting 1-over 217 to tie for fifth place and earn All-Tournament honors at Big 12 Championship … Led Baylor to NCAA San Antonio Regional title, securing spot in NCAA Championship … Shot 69-67-72 to finish in third place at 8-over 208, earning WGCA All-Region honors … Second-round 67 at regional tied fourth-best NCAA Tournament round in program history … Finished in fourth place – best ever by a Baylor player – in stroke play portion of NCAA Championship after shooting 73-76-72-67 for even-par 288 … Helped Baylor to third-place finish in stroke play, earning No. 3 seed in eight-team match play … Halved quarterfinal match vs. Tennessee’s Anna Newell, as team earned 3-1-1 victory … Defeated nation’s top-ranked amateur Duke’s Leona Maguire, 1-up, as team knocked off Duke 3-2 to clinch national championship match berth … Claimed 3-and-1 victory over Stanford’s Lauren Kim.

PREP CAREER
Graduated a semester early from home school … Didn’t play as part of a team until first year of college in January 2015 … Ranked No. 15 recruit nationally in graduating class by Golfweek … Claimed five tournament titles in 2013, including the FCWT at Reunion, FCWT at Orange County National, FCWT Tour Championship, AJGA Under Armour/Steve Marino and AJGA E-Z-GO Vaughn Taylor … Finished among top five in six additional tournaments, giving her 11 top-five finishes in 16 events played. Named Golfweek Player of the Week on Dec. 3, 2012, one day after winning an FCWT event at the University of Florida’s Mark Bostick Golf Course, where she shot 65-72 to claim the title by 12 strokes.

PERSONAL
Born Oct. 8, 1996 … Daughter of James and Jean Kim … Older brother, Adam … Business major.

Junior (2017-18)      
TournamentDate(s)RoundsScoresParPlaceW-L
Mason Rudolph ChampionshipSept. 15-17, 2017370-67-69=206-10T471-3 (.959)
ANNIKA IntercollegiateOct. 1-3, 2017373-68-71=212-4T357-2 (.967)
Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel InvitationalOct. 13-15, 2017371-71-70=212-4T1680-15 (.842)
Maryb S. Kauth InvitationalOct. 22-24, 2017369-70-72=211-5569-4 (.945)
Lady Puerto Rico ClassicFeb. 11-13, 2018371-76-74=221+8T462-3 (.969)
Darius Rucker IntercollegiateMarch 2-4, 2018371-74-74=219+6T1179-10 (.887)
Evans-Derby ExperienceMarch 18-20, 2018372-78-68=218+2T2847-27 (.870)
Liz Murphey Collegiate ClassicApril 13-14, 2018373-74-68=215-1T962-8 (.886)
SEC ChampionshipApril 18-22, 2018370-73-73=216ET466-3 (.957)
Match 1April 21, 2018l. Angelica Moresco (Ala.) - susp.1-up (through 15 susp)
Match 2April 21, 2018vs. Marta Perez (Fla.) - susp.AS
Match 3April 22, 2018def. Lois Kaye Go (SC)2 & 1
NCAA Regional ChampionshipMay 7-9, 2018370-68-73=211-5393-2
NCAA ChampionshipMay 18-21, 2018472-73-75-72=2924T21106-20
SeasonRoundsStrokesLo72Lo54Lo18LoRdPar/-EventsTop-1Top-5Top-10W-LWLPctAve
2017-1834243329220667672111-67792-97.89171.56
Totals34243329220667672111-67792-97.89171.56