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Caroline Kim, a 2010 senior, has shown improvement each year as a Trojan and continues to serve as a key contributor on the team.
Kim became an integral part of USC's team as a 2009 junior, playing in 10 tournaments, nine as a starter. She tied for 38th at the Stanford Intercollegiate, her best finish as a Trojan. At the 2009 Pac-10 Championships, she was 42nd ... She carded her low round as a Trojan (69) during the Hooters Collegiate Match Play qualifying rounds (finishing 24th in individual scoring). She tied for 57th at the NCAA Championships.
SUMMER OF 2008:
Prior to the season, Kim competed and qualified for match play in the U.S. Women's Amateur, the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links and the Canadian Women's Amateur Championships. She also competed in the B.C. Women's Amateur in British Columbia.
Kim played in two events as a 2007-2008 sophomore, taking 76th at the Kent Youel Invitational and tying for 66th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge.
Kim competed in seven events as a 2006-07 freshman, finishing with a stroke average of 78.25 ... She finished a season-best 16th (tied) at the Topy Cup, her final round 73 there a season-low ... A regular in the fall of 2006, she had two other top 50 finishes.
SUMMER OF 2006:
Kim, a member of the Canadian National Amateur Team, competed as an amateur on the Canadian Women's tour ... She tied for third at the 2006 British Columbia Golf Association Girls Junior Championship and played at the British Open Amateur Championships.
Though Kim began playing golf only in 2001, she has already accumulated an impressive golf resumé ... In 2005, Kim, who prepped at Terry Fox Secondary School, was the second-highest scorer in Canada's Future Links Junior Girls Order of Merit (designed to target Canada's top juniors) ... She won the British Columbia Golf Association Zone 3 & 4 Championship and was fourth at the BCGA Junior Girls Championship ... She was second at the Girls Junior America's Cup, fourth at the Canadian National Amateur Junior Championship, tied for eighth at the Callaway Junior and was 11th at the Canadian National Girls' Junior Championship ... Also in 2005, she competed at the USGA Junior Girl's Amateur and the Junior World Championship ... Kim also competed at the 2005 Spirit International Amateur Golf Championship in Trinity, Texas.
Kim was born on Feb. 8, 1988 ... She is the daughter of Seog Bu and Gyung Hee and they reside in Bun Dang, Korea ... She is majoring in psychology.
* Most thrilling moment in sports: When I hit a tough shot the way I intended to hit it.
* Favorite pastime: Watching movies.
* Favorite band/music: Disney songs.
* Favorite food: Korean barbeque.
* Dream foursome: Me, John Daly, Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam
* Post-college ambition: Professional golf.
* My favorite thing about USC: Meeting people from all over the world.
* Biggest lesson golf has taught me: Not to think ahead.
Lowest 54-Hole Score: 220
Lowest Round: 69
Highest Finish: 16th