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Tigers Drop Match to Arizona on Second Day of Therese Hession Regional Challenge – Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site

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Palos Verdes, Calif. – Clemson women’s golf played its third match of the weekend in the weather-altered Therese Hession Regional Challenge on Sunday, dropping their match to No. 24 Arizona, 4-1-0. The Tigers will conclude the tournament on Monday. 

Chloe Holder was the lone Tiger to win her match on Sunday, defeating Arizona’s Nena Wongthanavimok 3&2. Sydney Roberts dropped her match 1-up, Isabella Rawl fell 2-up, and Annabelle Pancake fell 2&1. Melena Barrientos fell in her match, 5&4, and as an individual, Ivy Schulze dropped a close match, 1-up, to South Carolina’s Maylis Lamoure.

The Tigers are back in action on Monday in the final round of the weekend, taking on No. 45 Ohio State in a match-play round. The teams will tee off in a shotgun start beginning at 11:30 am pacific (2:30 pm eastern).


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