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May 09, 2023

Women’s Golf Third Heading into NCAA Regional Final Round

Pullman, Wash. – Clemson women’s golf sits in third place following two rounds of play at the NCAA Pullman Regional, held at the par-72 Palouse Ridge. All five Tigers finished the round under par for the first time in school history, in the program’s 285th round of golf. Clemson turned in the second-best round of the day at -12. 

Savannah Grewal led the Tigers’ charge on day two, finishing at -4 (68) just one stroke off of the school’s single-round NCAA Tournament record set yesterday by Melena Barrientos. Grewal carded six birdies on the day, including four on holes 1-9. After two rounds, the Canadian-national sits at -3, tied for 16th. 

Freshman Isabella Rawl used three-straight birdies on holes 15-17 to tie the school’s freshman NCAA Tournament round record (69). Annabelle Pancake tied the school single-round birdie record with seven, finishing the day with a 69 to move her into a tie for 18th overall (-2). Chloe Holder is tied with Pancake at 18th (-2) after finishing round two with a 70 (-2). Yesterday’s low scorer, Melena Barrientos, finished Tuesday’s second round one-under-par (70) to put her in a tie for 9th overall (-6). 

No. 1 overall seed Stanford still holds the regional lead (-35) with Texas Tech (-17) sitting in second. Clemson, after the best round of the day, is third, followed by Southern California (-13), and Baylor (-12). The top five teams after Wednesday’s round advance to the NCAA Championships, May 19-24.

The Tigers tee off for Wednesday’s final round starting at 9:06 a.m. PDT (12:06 p.m. EDT). Live scoring can be found on and fans can also follow @ClemsonWGolf on social media for updates.