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Mar 12, 2022

Grewal’s Turnaround Keeps Tigers in Second Heading into Final Round

Mesa, Ariz. – Savannah Grewal improved her score by 10 strokes on Saturday, leading the TIgers to a -4 on the day to sit alone in second place heading into the final round of the Clover Cup, hosted by Notre Dame.

“A lot of fight in the Tigers today,” said head coach Kelley Hester. “What a great comeback by Savannah today and an all around solid team effort.”

As a team, the Tigers shot -4 on Saturday (284) putting them at -6 for the tournament, just two shots off the leader No. 17 LSU. Clemson is one shot ahead of No. 31 TCU, the only other team sitting at under par for the weekend. 

Individually, Grewal led the Tigers, turning in a -5 on Saturday with seven birdies to stand in a tie for 18th overall. Katherine Schuster is Clemson’s highest individual, sitting alone in 12th after finishing the day at -1 with five birdies. Callista Rice is tied for 13 after shooting even today, while Melena Barrientos is tied for 25th. Annabelle Pancake shot a +5 today, while Gracyn Burgess turned in a +7 as the individual.Clemson returns to the course on Sunday for the final round of the Clover Cup, teeing off at 8:00 a.m. local time in a shotgun start.