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Tigers in third at ACC

Clemson’s Annabelle Pancake shot two rounds of 70 and is tied for third place at the ACC Championship in Greensboro. (GolfClub File Photo from GWINN DAVIS MEDIA)

The run of solid performances by Clemson continued through the first two rounds of the ACC Championship being played at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro.

The Tigers flirted with the first round lead to begin the 36 holes of continues play on the first day of the championship.

After round one, Clemson trailed Duke by 2-shots.

In the second round of the day, the Tigers lost a spot on the leader board, but are in good position to earn one of the four spots in the match play championship this weekend.

The defending champions from Wake Forest ended the first round tied with Clemson, but posted a 12 under par second round to take the lead.

The Deacons have a five shot advantage over Duke.

Clemson is in third at 8-under par. The Tigers trail the Blue Devils by 2-shots with Virginia in fourth place 7 shots behind the Tigers.

Annabelle Pancake, who has a win and a runner-up finish in her last two tournaments, is the top Tiger. Pancake js tied for third place after shooting identical rounds of 2-under par 70.

Tiger freshman Isabella Rawl had the best round for Clemson carding a 3-under par 69 in the second round.

All five Clemson golfers are in the top-20 going into the final round.

Amanda Sambach from Virginia has the individual lead at 10 under par. Rachel Kuehn from Wake Forest is second at 8-under par.

The top four teams have a comfortable lead over the rest of the field going into the final round.

Florida State is in fifth place, 11-shots out of the fourth and final match play qualifying spot.

Clemson freshman Isabella Rawl posted the lowest score for the Tigers shooting a 3-under par 69 in the second round. (GolfClub File Photo from Gwinn Davis Media)

ACC Championship scores https://results.golfstat.com/public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=team&tid=27479

Pabsimma in second at Big South Championship

Beem Pabsimma shot a 1-under-par round at the Big South Championship being played in Greenwood at The Links at Stoney Point.

The USC Upstate senior shot an opening round 71 to share the lead with Linnea Hofgren from Gardner-Webb.

The two first round leaders had the only under par scores on the first day of the championship,

Upstate’s Beem Pabsimma is in second place going into the final round of the Big South Championship being played at Stoney Point in Greenwood. (GolfClub File Photo)

Second round scores went up for almost all the golfers.

Pabsimma posted a second round 77 to drop back into second place and trail Sarah Kahn from High Point by 2-shots.

Kahn’s High Point team has the lead by 4 shots over Gardner-Webb and Campbell going into the final round.

USC Upstate is in seventh place and trails the fourth place team, Longwood by 15 shots

The top four teams will play off in match play for the conference championship and an invitation to an NCAA Regional

Scores from the Big South Championship https://results.golfstat.com/public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=team&tid=27288

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