Courtesy: Spencer Farrin (Moscow, Idaho)
Kim ties for 18th
Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
          Release: 09/17/2013
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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The University of Idaho women’s golf team didn’t have the outcome it would have liked during its second tournament of the fall but coach Lisa Johnson said the Vandals can take something from the challenging Minikahda Club course and the Minnesota Invitational.

“We definitely realized a lot of our weaknesses,” Johnson said. “We’re going to learn from it.”

Leilanie Kim led the Vandals with her tie for 18th with rounds of 78-77-76 – 231. Amy Hasenoehrl, playing in her first collegiate tournament, was 41st with a 240 after going 79-83-78, while Cassie McKinley tied for 49th (82-78-85 – 245), Rachel Choi tied for 59th (85-86-84 – 255) and Mary Sweeney was 63rd (85-86-86 – 257).

As a team, Idaho went 324-324-323 for a 971. Kent State won with a 902.

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