Women's Golf's Tidwell Tied For Third After Two Rounds
Ariel Tidwell is in third after two rounds in Kansas City.
Ariel Tidwell is in third after two rounds in Kansas City.

April 7, 2014

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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.

Missouri State’s Chiara Citterio (74-85—159) is in 27th and Lindsey Eisenreich (81-79—160) is tied for 28th.

Megan Furnish (80-81—161) and Estefania Acosta (83-90—173) round out the Missouri State five scoring for the Bears.

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.



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