Greensboro, N.C. – Following 36 holes of golf on Thursday, Clemson sits in third (-8, 568) at the ACC Championship, held at the 6,092, par-72 Sedgefield Country Club. The Tigers are just two shots out of second and are solidly in contention for one of the top four team spots that make it to the match play portion of the weekend.
The Tigers finished at -3 in the first round (285), with Annabelle Pancake, Melena Barrientos and Savannah Grewal all carding a -2 (70), marking the first time in school history Clemson has had three players score under par in the same ACC Championship round. The trio combined for 13 first-round birdies to put the Tigers in second, two shots behind round one leader Duke.
In the second round, freshman Isabella Rawl carded a team-best 69, including two eagles on the back nine to finish the round at -3. Pancake carded another 70 to put her in a tie for third overall at -4. Barrientos finished the day at -2 to sit in a tie for ninth, while Rawl is tied for 13th at even. Chloe Holder finished round 2 at even par to sit at +3 on the day, tied with Grewal for 19th.
Wake Forest surged into first place following the second round, finishing at -15 (-12 round 2 score), while Duke sits in second at -10 and Virginia in fourth at -1.
The Tigers take the course again Friday for a chance to move into the match play portion of the tournament over the weekend.