Clemson, S.C.—McKenzie Talbert shot a team best 74 on Saturday to pace Clemson to a ninth place standing after two rounds of the Landfall Tradition in Wilmington, N.C. Clemson is tied for ninth place after 36 holes with 14th ranked Virginia with a score of 604. The 18 teams competing in this year’s 14th annual event will finish the tournament and the fall schedule for Clemson on Sunday.
Second ranked Duke has the team lead at 571, five under par. Twelve of the top 40 teams in the nation are competing, including Clemson, who was 31st in the nation entering the tournament. The Tigers are one shot ahead of South Carolina and two shots ahead of NC State and OhioState.
Talbert went from Clemson’s none counter in the first round to its best player in the second round with her score of two over par 74.
Alice Hewson is Clemson’s top player after two rounds with a 148 score after rounds of 71-77. Her four over par score is tied for 23rd in the field of 96 golfers. Freshman Lauren Stephenson shot a 76 on Saturday and is one shot back of her classmate at 149, good enough for a tie for 29th.
Sloan Shanahan shot a 79 on Saturday and stands at 153 for 36 holes, tied for 47th. Lauren Salazar shot an 82 on Saturday and stands at 162 for 36 holes.
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