A pair of Palmetto State golfers are in the hunt for the individual championship at the Landfall Tradition being played in Wilmington, NC on the Dye course at The Country Club of Landfall.
Alabama’s Lauren Stephenson from Lexington is at 6-under par. She is tied with Furman’s Natalie Srinivasan from Spartanburg.
Srinivasan shot a second round 4-under par 68 to move into contention with Stephenson.
The individual lead is held by two golfers.
Beth Lillie of Virginia and Ana Belac of Duke each stand at 9-under par, 135 and lead Stephenson and Srinivasan by 3-shots going into the final round on Sunday.
In a very strong field that includes 5 of the top-10 teams in the country 4th ranked Duke holds a one shot lead over 2nd ranked Alabama (GolfStat Ranking).
The 8th ranked Lady Paladins are tied for sixth place with a 596 total for 36 holes.
Clemson is 14th in the team standings and the top Tiger in the tournament is Ana Paula Valdes who is tied for 18th.
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