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Mar 27, 2022

Tigers Finish 10th as Play Concludes at Clemson Invitational

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SUNSET, S.C. – The Clemson women’s golf team finished tenth of 17 teams as play concluded at the Clemson Invitational Sunday at the Reserve at Lake Keowee. Course conditions again proved challenging for the field, which included 13 ranked teams, as no team finished below par for any round, and only three players broke par in the final round. The Tigers finished 16-over-par on the day, 12 shots better than Saturday, and closed with a 48-over-par 912 team score.

Ingrid Lindblad’s birdie on 17 gave LSU the team title at 27-over-par by one stroke over Illinois. Lindblad was the lone player under par for the tournament, claiming medalist honors by five strokes with rounds of 74-70-68-212 (-4).

On Sunday, Freshman Melena Barrientos led the Tigers with a 74 (+2), while Annabelle Pancake turned in a three-over-par 75. Pancake was Clemson’s top finisher in the event, as her eight-over-par 224 was good for 15th overall. Savannah Grewal carded a 76, while Katherine Schuster (79) and Callista Rice (81) rounded out the Tiger lineup.

Individually, Lindsay May and Gabriella Tomanka finished each shot 76, with Tomanka earning a 30th-place finish. Gracyn Burgess shot a 78, her best round of the weekend.

Following the round, Clemson honored Rice and May in a senior day celebration, as Sunday marked their final home event as members of the program.

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Clemson is off from competition until the ACC Championship in Pawleys Island, S.C. beginning April 14.

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