Clemson Tigers News: Women's Golf advances to semifinals at ACC Championship

Clemson Women's Golf continues strong showings for Tiger programs in conference tournaments and Women's Lacrosse starts their postseason today.
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Clemson Women’s Golf qualifies for match play the ACC Championship

Clemson Women’s Golf finished second overall after three rounds of stroke play at the ACC Championship in Wilmington, North Carolina.

This year’s finish after stroke play is the best the Tigers they have ever had at this tournament in terms of total shots and against par.

Wake Forest surged into first place overall with a great Sunday round, finishing with a -23. Clemson ended at -16, followed by Virginia and North Carolina.

The Tigers will now move on to match play and face the Cavaliers in the semifinals. The winner of that match will face the winner between the Demon Deacons and the Tar Heels.

Isabella Rawl finished with the second-best individual score through the stroke play, which is Clemson’s best individual performance at the ACC Championship in program history.

The Tigers are continuing the strong showings in the conference tournaments this weekend. Both Women’s and Men’s Tennis exceeded expectations based on their seed line in their respective ACC Tournaments.

Here are this morning's tee times.

Other news and notes from around Clemson Athletics

Clemson Rowing finished the Big Ten Invite with three first place finishes. The 1v4 and 3v8 won on Saturday, following the 1v8 team’s win on Friday.

Clemson Men’s Golf is tied for sixth after two rounds of the ACC Championship. Thomas Higgins had the best individual score on Saturday.

Play continues today.

Clemson Women’s Lacrosse hosts Pittsburgh in the first round of the ACC Tournament. The game is scheduled for 2:00 PM at the Clemson Lacrosse Complex. The Tigers will look to continue the university’s good performances in conference tournaments this week.

Clemson Softball defeated Notre Dame 11-6 on Saturday to clinch the series win. They play the final game today at 6:00 PM.

Clemson Baseball dropped the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader 8-4 before clinching the series win with a 9-2 victory over Pittsburgh.