The lead isn’t as big as it was after the first round, but Clemson still is on top at the Clemson Invitational.
The 6-under par 66 carded by Annabelle Pancake was a big reason the Tigers held the lead.
Pancake, who finished as the runner-up at the Clover Cup the last time the Tigers played, is ahead of Morgan Ketchem from Virginia Tech by 4-shots.
Three golfers, including Clemson’s Sydney Roberts, playing as an individual entrant, all are at 3-under par after 36 holes.
The Tigers Isabella Rawl shot another 1-under par 71 and moved into a tie for sixth place.
The highest ranked team in the field, the defending Clemson Invitational champs from #3 LSU, moved up a spot on Saturday to be in second trailing the Tigers by 3-shots.
#17 Ole’ Miss is one more shot behind the Tigers in third place.
In addition to LSU defending its team championship, Ingrid Lindblad moved into contention to repeat as the individual champion.
The LSU Tiger shot a 5-under par 67 to tie for sixth place after the second round and will be in the #1 pairing with Pancake for the final round.
Clemson Invitational scoring and third round tee times https://results.golfstat.com//public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=team&tid=25866
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