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May 02, 2024

Pancake, Holder Garner All-ACC Honors

Clemson, S.C. – For the second-straight season, Clemson women’s golf picked up two All-ACC honors, it was announced today by the league office. Annabelle Pancake was honored for the second year in a row, while Chloe Holder picked up the first honor of her career.

The first 13 spots on the 15-person team were decided based on the NCAA-approved national rankings (Scoreboard presented by Clipped), while the last two spots (14/15) were voted on by the league’s head coaches.

Holder, the #76 ranked player nationally, leads Clemson in stroke average with a 71.42 figure. The junior from Anderson, S.C., is second on the team with 13 rounds under-par this year and leads the team in top-10 finishes with three and a team-high nine rounds in the 60s.

Pancake, who was voted on to the team by the league’s head coaches, is second on the team in stroke average at 71.54. She leads the team in under-par rounds with 14 and has a team-high 94 birdies.

The Tigers continue postseason play May 6-9 at the NCAA Regionals. Clemson was selected as the No. 3 seed at the Bryan, Texas regional, where the top five teams and the low individual not on an advancing team will earn a spot in California to compete for the NCAA Championships at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa, May 19-24.

2024 ACC Women’s Golf Awards

Player of the Year: Lottie Woad, Florida State
Freshman of the Year: Macy Pate, Wake Forest
Coach of the Year: Kim Lewellen, Wake Forest

All-ACC Team

  1. Rachel Kuehn, WF (ACC Individual Medalist)
  2. Lottie Woad, FSU                                     
  3. Amanda Sambach, UVA                        
  4. Mirabel Ting, FSU                                    
  5. Carolina Lopez-Chacarra, WF              
  6. Sara Byrne, UM                                        
  7. Macy Pate, WF                                          
  8. Emma McMyler, DU                               
  9. Megan Streicher, UNC                            
  10. Mimi Rhodes, WF                                  
  11. Lauren Olivares, NCSU                        
  12. Katie Li, DU                                              
  13. Chloe Holder, CU                                   
  14. Annabelle Pancake, CU                       
  15. Lauren Beaudreau, ND                        

First 13 spots were decided based on the NCAA-approved national rankings (Scoreboard presented by Clipped)

*last two spots (14/15) were voted on by the league’s head coaches.

Of the Year awards were voted on by the league’s head coaches.