The NC State women’s golf team finished up competition at the ACC Championships at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro Saturday, tying for ninth place as a team with a three-round score of 902 (+38).
The Wolfpack tied with rival UNC-Chapel Hill in ninth, as Wake Forest took the ACC title with a team score of 850 (-14). The Pack shot a 303 (+15) and 308 (+20) in the first two rounds of competition, before wrapping things up with its best round of the weekend, a 291 (+3).
Senior India Clyburn captured a top-20 finish to lead the Pack, tying for 20th with a three-round score of 223 (+7). Clyburn started out the tournament shooting a 74 (+2), before scoring a second-day 76 (+4). Like the Pack did as a team, Clyburn finished out her ACC Championships with her best round, a 73 (+1).
Two strokes behind Clyburn was sophomore Monika Hartl, who tied for 26th with a score of 225 (+9). Hartl’s best round came on day two, as she shot an even-par 72. She started things off with a 76 (+4) and wrapped up her tournament with a 77 (+5).
Senior Laura Kowohl wrapped up her ACC career by tying for 36th place with a 227 (+11). After a first-round 74 (+2), Kowohl struggled in her second round for an 81 (+9). Kowohl bounced back well though, as she wrapped things up with her best round of the event, a 72 (E).
Senior Naomi Ko also finished on a high note, shooting the Pack’s best individual score of the meet in her final round. Ko shot a 69 (-3) on Saturday, the best round of her NC State career. The first two days were much less friendly to Ko, as she opened up play with an 80 (+8) and 79 (+7).
Wrapping up the Pack’s competitors was junior Mim Sangkapong, who finished in 58th with a three-round score of 241 (+25). She shot a 79 (+7) in the first round, before finishing things off with back-to-back 81s (+9).
The Wolfpack will now wait for the NCAA women’s golf selection show, which will take place Wednesday evening.