Continue reading... " MADISON – Junior Esther Lee fired a school record 8-under par, 64 in the second round of the East & West Match Play Challenge on Sunday, earning medalist honors and helping the Buffaloes win the stroke play portion to earn the No. 1 seed for the tournament at University Ridge Golf Course. The meet is similar to the format of the NCAA Championships, which combines 36 holes of stroke play to determine the team seedings for two days of match play in the championship and consolation brackets. The University of Wisconsin is hosting the tournament on the par-72, 6,219 yard course. The Buffs recorded a 292-277—569 or 11-under par scorecard as a group, which ranks as the third lowest team score in program history and their 277 in the second round matched for the lowest 18 hole score all-time. Colorado ran away from the field, winning the stroke play portion by 15 strokes as Michigan earned the No. 2 seed at 8-over par. Oregon finished at 11-over par and will be the third seed while Indiana rounds out the championship bracket as the No. 4 seed, shooting 14-over par. ... "