The Idaho women’s soccer team moves into a double-header weekend, taking on both Northern Arizona and Southern Utah at home in the final stretch of regular season play. The Vandals come off a 1-1 road draw against Weber State in Utah.
Idaho plays Northern Arizona 3 p.m. Friday at Guy Wicks Field.
East coast ace
Sophomore Kendall Gray walked up to the tee box on the 12th hole of the Greenville Regional Challenge and stared down the fairway of the 140-yard par three.
She pulled her eight iron from the bag, squared up to the ball and let it fly. It bounced on the green and rolled toward the hole slowly.
Soon it disappeared into the cup, and Gray added hole-in-one to her resume.
The Idaho women’s golf team travelled to Greensville, North Carolina, where it finished 14th with a 937 in a competitive field.
“We can take many positives from this week,” head coach Lisa Johnson said in a press release.
Senior Amy Hasenoehrl led the Vandals, tying for 36th with a 235. Sophomore Michelle Kim finished tied for 43rd with a 237.
According to a news release, sophomore Sophie Hausmann battled illness throughout the week. Hausmann finished the tournament tied 67th with a 243.
“We improved each round as a team and Amy and Michelle both turned in solid performances,» Johnson said.
Texas Christian took home the team trophy with a combined 895. Kansas State’s Connie Jaffrey took the individual title with a 219.
The women’s golf team competes in the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Oct. 23-15 in Nevada.