Kim picks up historic WGCA All-America honor

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CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. ( – June 30, 2014) — Colorado State University-Pueblo women's golfer Leina Kim (Saipan, CNMI) continues to make school history as she has been recently named to the WGCA (Women's Golf Coaches Association of American) NCAA Division II All-America Teams for the 2013-14 season.
Kim was a second team selection and is the first player in Pack history to earn such an accolade. She is also the first Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference women's golfer to ever earn all-America plaudits.
Kim had been a WCGA All-West Region pick as a freshman in 2012-13.
In 2013-14, Kim won three individual tournament crowns and posted a 75.1 stroke average and .952 head-to-head winning percentage while picking up a second straight RMAC Golfer of the Year award. She was named as the RMAC Golfer of the Week an impressive five times throughout the season and finished amongst the top 10 at eight of CSU-Pueblo's nine tournaments as a team, racking up six top-5 finishes while qualifying as an individual for the NCAA Super Regional as an individual for the second straight year.