Kongdoo Monster has joined fellow South Korean team Samsung Galaxy in the IEM Gyeonggi League of Legends finals as it beat Immortals in a 2-1 showdown on Saturday in Gyeonggi, South Korea. Immortals fared better than Team Liquid did against Samsung, as it contended for two games and seemed poised to win the match before the third game started. As a finalist, Kongdoo will win at least $20,000 and stands to win $30,000 more than that if it defeats Samsung for the Gyeonggi crown.Kongdoo Monster was shaky early in Game 1, and Immortals reacted well to its mistakes, at least before the 28-minute mark. Joshua Dardoch Hartnett secured several advantages throughout the game, but Seo SSol Jin-sol and Kim GuGer Do-yeop (on Ezreal and Karma) outmatched Cody Sun and Kim Olleh Joo-sung (on Ashe and Bard) during the laning phase. KDM leveraged the lane advantage and Immortals slow pace, turning the game around on the 29-minute mark as it flanked their opponents flanking attempt on an isolated Lee Edge Ho-seong (on Cassiopeia). The victory swiftly followed at 34 minutes.Immortals bounced back with a vengeance on Game 2, in what could be described as the Dardoch show. Within 10 minutes of the games start, the jungler had ganked an overextending bottom lane twice, and once in each solo lane. The teams ability to convert takedowns into objectives (Dragons and turrets) came in handy, and Cody Sun greatly helped on Ezreal with 21,406 damage dealt to champions, a game-high that dwarfed Flames 16,048 (second-highest mark).However, the American squad only lasted for so long before Kongdoo Monster attacked its strongest link (Dardoch) and capitalized on three missed Smites on jungle camps early in the game, nullifying his impact throughout Game 3. With Dardoch farming the jungle to recover from the experience deficit he suffered, KDM secured vision and farm leads. KDMs method paid dividends when Immortals became more desperate by the minute, losing seven skirmishes starting at minute 11, until its final stand at the 31:40 mark.Performance HighlightsThe two AD carries had different experiences throughout the series. SSol abused Cody Suns inability to position correctly and play with confidence on low-mobility picks such as Ashe (Game 1) and Jhin (Game 3), and Immortals attempt at neutralizing his fleet-footed Ezreal proved fruitless.Dardoch showcased his prowess in the first two games, guiding his teammates to contention as long as his early-game leveling went smoothly. When he played Hecarim in Game 2, he totaled four ganks in the first ten minutes, ending with a 3/3/13 KDA (for a 88.8 percent kill participation ratio).Ezreal defined the series, as teams picked the champion on the winning side. His poking ability, repositioning tools and teamfight presence was noticeable as his summoners tallied an overall 19/0/17 KDA over three games (5.33/0/4.66 per game on average).Up NextKongdoo Monster tests its mettle against Samsung Galaxy on Sunday at 12 a.m. ET. The winner will earn the IEM Gyeonggi crown and automatically qualify for the IEM Season XI championship at Katowice in February. Nike Air Force 1 Womens . -- Devin Hester is done returning kicks in Chicago. Nike Air Force 1 Low Womens .C. -- Todd Fiddler scored a hat trick, including the overtime goal, as the Prince George Cougars survived an 8-7 win against the Kamloops Blazers in Western Hockey League play Sunday. http://www.airforce1shoescheapsale.com/ . Ibaka equaled a career high with 20 rebounds, adding four blocked shots and 15 points as the Thunder smothered the Milwaukee Bucks offence in a 92-79 victory Saturday night. Nike Air Force 1 Mens . 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Before play started at Tiburon, in fact, Lee had written a rough draft of a three-page paper for Communications 133 and emailed it to a friend in Westwood, California, who printed it out and turned it in for Lee.Lees thesis for the assignment in the digital media course: The greater number of social media platforms a person is on, the more time is spent online.Im saying that if you have multiple accounts -- Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat -- youre going to be more active than if you just have one, Lee said after the first round. And future generations are going to do more and more.Finding time for social media herself is a challenge, though she says she loves Pinterest. Arguably, no other LPGA member has been as busy as Lee the past two years, given that the 21-year-old Californian is going to a top-flight university while playing full-time professional golf, with this weeks tournament her 45th over the past two years. Michelle Wie followed a similar path, graduating with a communications degree from Stanford in 2012 while she competed professionally.But such juggling acts are rare. She admitted the whirlwind of turning pro in December 2014 and being a co-medalist at LPGA Qualifying School during her sophomore year was momentarily hard to handle.The worst was right after Q-school, Lee said. I had to fly back to California and had a week to study for finals. I remember sitting in the computer lab printing out stuff, trying to study and getting phone calls from agencies, sponsors, media. Every five minutes I was getting a phone call. I was so overwhelmed, I just broke down and started crying.Worried about the burden of college and professional golf, Lees parents, John and Sung, who were born in South Korea, tried to talk their daughter out of doing both at the same time. My wife and I talked to her, and told her it would be very difficult, John Lee said in a phone interview from California. She just said, Dad, I can do it. I know its really hard but I want to finish. Look at Michelle [Wie]. She can do it, I can do it. Just trust me. We have fully supported her, and I am so proud.Lee dropped a course this quarter after time away competing kept her from preparing well for a mid-term. But for the most part, since those early, anxious moments, she has successfully dealt with the demands of the twin spheres of her life despite missing up to 35 percent of her classes because of tournaments.For me, its all about balance, figuring out how much you can handle, Lee said. I was on tour for almost a year and I decided to join a sorority [Delta Gamma]. If school is something you really want to do and youre focused and know how to manage your time, you can do it. Ive learnedd a lot about time management, how to use my time efficiently, [whether] its practicing, studying or getting stuff done.dddddddddddd A lot of people think your game will deteriorate if you go to college, and I dont think so. Thats what Im trying to prove.She is doing a good job of that, having won more than $1 million since joining the LPGA. Currently No. 33 on the Rolex Rankings, Lee was a member of the victorious U.S. Solheim Cup team last year, when she won a singles match during the Americans dramatic four-point comeback after being part of a controversial four-ball match. Partnering with Brittany Lincicome, Lee picked up an 18-inch putt she believed had been conceded by European opponents Suzann Pettersen and Charley Hull. The Europeans insisted they had not conceded the putt, and they won the match amid a huge uproar.That was a little bump in the road, Lee said of the Solheim Cup incident. Winning in the end was amazing. For me, even just being there was amazing. To make the team and be a part of it was really cool.Lee has contended several times for a victory, most recently last month at the LPGA KEB HanaBank Championship in South Korea, where she closed with a 75 and lost on the first extra hole to Spains Carlota Ciganda.Ive been close a couple of times, which shows me I have what it takes, Lee said. I want to win, not just be in contention. Hopefully, that will come soon. I do need to work harder. Im balancing a lot of things now, so its been tough. This is my last year of college, and I have been hanging out having fun a little more than practicing my golf. But Im really happy Im still in school because Im having a blast.When Lee is able to focus more fully on golf, it wont be a surprise if she is able to move into the top echelon of the womens game. She was a six-time first-team All-American of the American Junior Golf Association, winning nine tournaments. Lee was on three winning U.S. Junior Solheim Cup teams and was awarded the inaugural ANNIKA Award as top collegiate female golfer as a UCLA freshman in 2013-14.I didnt know if I would have a lot of LPGA success early on, but I have thrived at every level, said Lee, who tied for 26th as a 14-year-old in the 2009 U.S. Womens Open.That was a decade after John Lee introduced his daughter to the game that consumed his weekends, to the degree that one hot summer weekend in 1999, when Alison was 4, Sung told her husband that he couldnt be gone dawn to dusk by himself.One Saturday, my wife told me I had to take Alison with me the next day, John said. I stopped at Toys R Us and got a plastic golf club. When I woke her up Sunday morning, Alison didnt want to go at first, but she did. The minute we got to the course, Id never seen her that happy, running around. She loved it. I thought I would teach her, and maybe one day she could be a professional golfer. Thats how we started. 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