PUEBLO WEST, Colo. - CSU-Pueblo shined on its home course, led by a school-record 3-under-par showing by Leina Kim (So., Saipan, CNMI) en route to a championship at the RMAC #1 tournament.
Just 24 hours removed from teammate Michaela Breit (Sr., Greeley, Colo.) breaking a single-round school record with an even-par 72, snatching the record of 73 previous held by Kim, she snatched it right back by besting it by three strokes.
Kim, who ended play Saturday tied for fourth with a 1-over-par 73, which equaled her career best, cut four strokes to turn in a school record and personal best two-round total of 142, two shots under par. She would finish two shots ahead of West Texas A&M's Glory Jangthongsiri.
Breit dropped to fifth after a second-round 75, finishing the tournament 3-over-par.
Rounding out the top 20 was Julie Sanchez (Jr., Pueblo, Colo.), in 13th at 12-over-par, and Domi Dinallo (Sr., Elephant Butte, N.M.), who finished 20th at 18-over-par.
As a team, the ThunderWolves shot 302, or 14-over-par, setting a school record for lowest individual round.
CSU-Pueblo will next travel to South Dakota to the RMAC #2 Tournament at Black Hills State.
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