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Feb 29, 2020

Tigers in Fourth Place Following 36 Hole Opening Day 

Clemson, S.C. – The No. 40 Clemson women’s golf team wrapped up the first day of competition at the FSU Match-Up in Panama City Beach, Fla., finishing the 36-hole day in fourth place. Clemson sits behind Alabama, host Florida State and match-up partner LSU on the leaderboard following rounds of 304-310 for a 614 team score. 

Ivy Shepherd led the Tigers through Saturday’s round, going seven-over par on the afternoon while securing a spot in the top-10 of the individual leaderboard. Senior Ana Paula Valdes and Lindsay May followed the sophomore close behind as they ranked among the top-25 across the field following 10-over par efforts.

Callista Rice added to the team scoring as she closed out the two rounds in a tie for 27th place after scores of 78 and 79, respectively. 

Across the tournament, May remains in a tie for second for scoring on par threes, going even on the afternoon, while Shepherd leads the field for par four scoring. As a team, Clemson ranks in the top three slots for total birdies, dropping 21 through 36 holes. 

The Tigers return to the Bay Point Golf Club tomorrow as they conclude the FSU Match-Up. Live scoring will remain available on Golfstat