Kansas City Breaks School Record At Rio Verde Invitational
UMKC Athletics 3-10-2013
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(Kansas City, Mo.)  - The Kansas City women's golf team fired a two round total of 622 at the White Wing Golf Course in the Rio Verde Invitational, breaking the school record for lowest 36-hole tournament score by four shots and finishing in 14th spot.

Sophomore Susan Kirschenman led the 'Roos in the event in Rio Verde, Ariz., finishing in a tie for 32nd with a 154, tied for the seventh lowest 36-hole score in school history.

Junior Emily Isaacson finished one shot back in a tie for 37th with a 155, tied for the ninth lowest score in school history, while senior Taylor Fisher came in tied for 43 with a 156, including a final round featuring four birdies.

Rounding out the Kansas City lineup in a tie for 74th and a tie for 82nd were freshman Charter Lawson and sophomore Micah Radler, who carded a 161 and a 163, respectively.

Northern Arizona took home the team title by three shots over Xavier and four over UALR, while the Lumberjacks' Savana Bezdicek was the individual medalist at even par.

The Blue & Gold will be back in action again on Mar. 25-26 when they head to Hot Springs, Ark., to take part in the UALR Golf Classic at the Diamante Country Club.

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