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Gamecocks in Seventh After Two at ANNIKA Intercollegiate
Women's Golf  . 

Gamecocks in Seventh After Two at ANNIKA Intercollegiate

Lake Elmo, Minn. – The No. 10 South Carolina women’s golf team hit a speedbump on Tuesday at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate, dropping down to seventh place ahead of the final day of play at the Royal Golf Club on Wednesday.
“Conditions were much tougher today, but we made a few costly careless mistakes,” head coach Kalen Anderson said. “It’s early in the season and this team has a ton of talent and resilience. Looking forward to a great day tomorrow”
The Gamecocks had a rougher go of things on Tuesday, shooting a 5-over on the day. Ana Pelaez continues to lead the way for Carolina as the senior went 1-under for the day, including an eagle on the 18th hole. She’s tied for eighth place with a score of 3-under for the tournament.
Emily Price had another solid round, going 1-over on Tuesday. Her four birdies tied the team lead for the day, and she’s tied for 13th place with a 1-under total.
Pauline Roussin-Bouchard finished 2-over for the day with three birdies, she’s tied for 22nd place heading into the final day. Anita Uwadia finished the day with a 4-over, and Mathilde Claisse shot a 3-over for the day, including four birdies, tying the team lead.
Play concludes on Wednesday and the Gamecocks get underway at 9:30 ET.  Fans can follow along with live state HERE.
Gamecock Leaderboard – Round One
T8. Ana Pelaez – 70-71=141 (-3)
T13. Emily Price – 70-73=143 (-1)
T22. Pauline Roussin-Bouchard – 72-74=146 (+2)
T44. Anita Uwadia – 74-76=150 (+6)
T48. Mathilde Claisse – 76-75=151 (+7)
Team Standings – Round One
1. Wake Forest – 282-282=564 (-12)
2. Southern California – 291-279=570 (-6)
3. Arkansas – 283-289=572 (-4)
4. Texas – 288-285=573 (-3)
T5. Arizona State – 288-286=574 (-2)
T5. Arizona – 285-289=574 (-2)
7. South Carolina – 286-293=579 (+3)
8. Duke – 292-289=581 (+5)
9. UCLA – 291-297=588 (+12)
10. Alabama – 295-294=589 (+13)
11. Virginia – 305-297=602 (+26)
12. Minnesota – 308-311=619 (+43)