Women's Golf Places Seventh in Regular Season Finale
April 8, 2014
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Missouri State women’s golf team finished the UMKC's Kangaroo Invitational: Gary Crossley Ford Kansas City Shootout in seventh place after shooting 314-318-322—954 over the two-day tournament.
Missouri Valley Conference member Wichita State (306-301-319—926) won the intercollegiate after recording tournament lows in the first and second rounds.
South Dakota State (309-309-319—937), North Dakota State (312-320-316—948), Oklahoma City (319-315-315—949), hosts UMKC (313-314-323—950), and Western Michigan (307-320-325—952) all finished ahead of MSU in the fifteen-school field.
This is the fifth time this season that the Bears have finished in the top-10 of tournaments, and the first time that sophomore Ariel Tidwell has cracked the top-10 in her Missouri State career.
Tidwell, who was in a tie for third after the first two rounds, finished the tournament tied for seventh at 79-73-80—232 with Oklahoma Christian’s Anna Arrese Cortadel (77-77-78—232).
Fellow sophomore Lindsey Eisenreich’s tie for fourteenth is the best of her MSU career as well. Eisenreich carded 81-79-76—236 en route to her first top-20 finish.
Freshman Caroline Boone (80-74-88—242), competed as an individual, and tied for a career-best thirtieth place.
North Dakota State’s Sarah Storandt maintained her Monday lead to win the tournament after shooting (76-72-75—223).
Nebraska-Omaha’s Kathryn Kresti (80-77-72—229), UMKC’s Susan Kirschenman (77-77-75—229), and Redlands’ Ivon Reijers (77-71-81—229) all tied for second.
Missouri State will travel next to the Missouri Valley Conference Championship in Springfield, Ill. The three-day tournament will take place on April 20-22.