Clemson Tigers News: Men's Golf, Track & Field National Championships

Clemson Men's Golf will attempt to make the cut at the NCAA Championship and Track & Field will be sending several athletes to the Outdoor NCAA Championship in June.
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Clemson Men’s Golf finishes second round of stroke play at NCAA Championship

Clemson Men’s Golf is in 27th place in the NCAA Championship. They sit at +33 after two rounds of stroke play at the Omni La Costa North Course in Carlsbad, California.

They will play a third round of stroke play today. At the end of that round, the field will be cut to the top 15 teams for a fourth round of stroke play on Monday.

Stanford sits in 15th place with a score of +22 for the championship. The Tigers would need to improve their score by 12 strokes to beat the cut line under current circumstances.

Virginia leads the championship with +1. Other notable scores are North Carolina in 5th with +11, Florida State tied for 6th with +12, and Georgia Tech tied for 9th with +17. Notre Dame and Wake Forest are also behind the cut line with Clemson.

Individually, Jonathan Nielsen leads the Tigers at +5, which is tied for 40th overall. Andrew Swanson is at +6, Thomas Higgins is at +12, and Calahan Keever is at +16. Sean Curran shot one round at +5 and Alberto Dominguez shot one round at +10.

Clemson Track & Field is sending 11 entries to NCAA Outdoor Championships this year

Clemson Track & Field competed in the NCAA regional in Lexington, Kentucky, and will be sending several individuals to the outdoor national championship in Eugene, Oregon in a couple of weeks.

D’Andre Anderson – 400 Meters

Gladys Chengetich – 800 Meters

Ethan Cocco – Javelin

Marie Forbes – Hammer Throw

Shantae Foreman – Triple Jump

Kenaria Gadsen – 400 Meter Hurdles

Courtney Lawrence – Shot Put

Tarees Rhoden – 800 Meters

Oneka Wilson – 100 Meter Hurdles

Women’s 4X100 Relay

Women’s 4X400 Relay

The NCAA Championships are June 5-8.