Women's Golf's Tidwell Tied For Third After Two Rounds
April 7, 2014
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – After 36 holes at UMKC’s Kangaroo Invitational: Gary Crossley Ford Kansas City Shootout, Missouri State sits in a fifth place tie after shooting 314-318—632 on Monday.
The Bears are tied with North Dakota State after each finishing two rounds at 632 at Shoal Creek Golf Course.
Wichita State (306-301—607) leads the fifteen-school field, and is followed by South Dakota State 309-309—618.
Hosts UMKC (313-314—627) and Western Michigan (307-320—627) are tied for third, and are five strokes apiece lower than the Bears.
Sophomore Ariel Tidwell leads Missouri State with her 79-73—152. Tidwell jumped into third after her 1-over second-round propelled her from 24th overall. Tidwell made two eagles on her back nine in the second round and only trails Redlands CC’s Ivan Reijers (77-71—148) and Sarah Storandt (76-72—148) of North Dakota State by four strokes apiece.
Freshman Caroline Boone, competing as an individual is tied for ninth after carding 80-74—154.
The third and final round of the intercollegiate will tee off Tuesday morning at 8:00 a.m. This is the final tournament for the Bears before the Missouri Valley Conference Championship in Springfield, Ill.