(Kansas City, Mo.) – Kansas City women’s golf head coach Brianna Broderick announced that Madison Wolff has decided to continue her education and golf career at UMKC beginning in the fall of 2013, while sophomore Kailee Kuehn will return to the squad this season.
“We are excited that Madison Wolff has chosen to return to her home roots and play for the ‘Roos,” Broderick said. “Not only will Madison bring a competitive edge to the program, she will be a great leader for this team on and off the golf course. She is a wonderful young lady and we are excited to watch her finish out her collegiate career here in Kansas City representing the ROO.”
Wolff joins the ‘Roos out of Redlands Community where she spent the last two seasons after graduating from Kearney High School in Kansas City. During her prep career, Wolff was a state qualifier all four seasons, while finishing as the district medalist as a sophomore and a junior.
Kuehn, meanwhile, returns to the ‘Roos after sitting out the 2012-13 season. During her freshman year, the Overland Park, Kan., native posted an 83.33 average over nine rounds with a low round of 79.
Wolff and Kuehn join Abbey Campbell and Mackenzie Black in the Blue & Gold next season as ‘Roos.