Clemson Tigers News: Women's Golf leads at ACC Championship, Will Taylor injury

The Tigers are at the top of the leaderboard following two rounds of stroke play at the ACC Championship and Will Taylor will miss about a month with an injury.
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Clemson Women’s Golf leads at the ACC Championship

Clemson Women’s Golf has been playing very well in the ACC Championship at Porter’s Neck Golf Club in Wilmington, North Carolina.

The Tigers lead the event by three strokes over second-place Wake Forest.

There is one more round today, and the best squads will then qualify for match play in the semifinals on Sunday.

The Tigers are in a great position to advance with another good round today.

Will Taylor will miss time with an injury

When Clemson Baseball took the field with Pittsburgh last night, outfielder Will Taylor was not active and sported a brace on his wrist. Head coach Erik Bakich explained after the game what happened.

Tayor fell awkwardly while trying to catch a foul ball against NC State. The injury was not thought to be serious at the time but further examination found a broken bone.

Other news and notes from around Clemson Athletics:

Clemson Baseball scored another come-from-behind victory Friday evening 6-4 over Pittsburgh. The series will finish with a doubleheader Saturday. They play again today at 1:00 PM at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. They will play the second game at 5:00 PM.

Clemson Softball defeated Notre Dame 8-5 Friday afternoon in extra innings. They will play again today at 1:00 PM.

Clemson Women’s Tennis lost to NC State 4-0 in the ACC Tournament. The Tigers finish the tournament with a 2-1 record following two victories over Boston College and Georgia Tech. A fine showing for the squad.

Clemson Men’s Tennis lost to Virginia 4-1 in the ACC Tournament. They finish with a 1-1 record in the tournament with a win over Notre Dame.

Clemson Rowing will continue the Big Ten Invitational today.

Clemson Men’s Golf and Clemson Women’s Golf both continue their respective ACC Championships today.

Clemson Track and Field begins competition in the South Carolina Outdoor Open in Columbia.

Clemson Women’s Soccer will host Auburn for a spring exhibition game at noon.