New Orleans, La. – Annabelle Pancake ranks in the top 10 and Clemson now sits in third out of 17 teams heading into the final round of the Tulane Classic at English Turn Golf Club in New Orleans, Louisiana.
“Much improved playing conditions today led to much improved scores,” said head coach Kelley Hester. “I’m very proud of our team for moving up today.”
The Tigers were 25-shots better than round one, finishing with the second-best round of the day at 292 (+4). Clemson sits just two shots behind 10th-ranked Michigan in second place, while North Texas leads the field with a two-round total of 584 (+8).
Melena Barrientos and Savannah Grewal finished round two at even par, while Annabelle Pancake and Callista Rice each finished two-over. Rice is tied for 15th, Barrientos tied for 23rd and Grewal is tied for 34th heading into Tuesday’s finale.
Pancake finished her second round with three birdies, including two on the front nine. Barrientos finished the front at one over, then recorded back-to-back birdies to start the back nine before finishing the day at even par (72).
Play concludes on Tuesday and live scoring is available on ClemsonTigers.com.