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May 18, 2024

Women’s Golf Third Following Two Rounds of Stroke Play at NCAA Championship

Carlsbad, Calif. – Clemson women’s golf shot five-over par (293) on Saturday but currently sits in third place heading into the third round of stroke play at the 2024 NCAA Championship, held at the Omni La Costa North Course (6,297 yards, par 72). The Tigers are one of just six teams to be under-par following two rounds. 

Following Sunday’s third round, there will be a cut and the top 15 teams will advance to the final round of stroke play on Monday for a chance to move on to match play.

Annabelle Pancake finished the day with her second 69 of the tournament. The graduate from Zionsville, Ind., was even on the front nine, then birdied back-to-back holes to start the back nine to propel her to a -3 score on the day. Pancake currently sits alone in second on the individual leaderboard, two shots back of Texas A&M’s Adela Cernousek and one shot ahead of Lottie Woad from Florida State.

Sydney Roberts turned in the second-best round of the day for the Tigers, shooting a +1 (73). Roberts played the front nine perfectly even, before being one of three Tigers to birdie hole No. 10 to put her at -1. However, two holes later, she double bogeyed, before finishing the rest of the round at even to card the 73.

Melena Barrientos finished at +4 on the day, but turned in three birdies on the afternoon. Chloe Holder was +3 and Isabella Rawl rounded out the Tigers’ lineup with a +8. 

The Tigers will tee off tomorrow morning at 6:40 a.m. local time (9:40 a.m. eastern) and will be paired with Stanford, who is -6 after shooting -3 today, and Texas A&M, who finished Saturday’s round at -4 to lead the field at -11. 

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