BREMERTON — Gonzaga’s Alice Kim survived a pair of double-bogey 7s in an otherwise solid round to capture the West Coast Conference women’s individual golf title at the Olympic Course at Gold Mountain.
Kim, a junior from Honolulu, shot a final-round 76 for a 54-hole total of even-par 216 for a three-shot victory.
As a team, Gonzaga took second behind Pepperdine for the second consecutive year. The Waves had an 877 total to 894 for Gonzaga.
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• In the men’s WCC Championship at Gold Mountain, Gonzaga finished seventh at 888 as Brigham Young won the title with an 874. Sophomore Sean Walsh was the best Zag, tying for 11th at 219.
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From sports-information reports.