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Dambaugh in 35th at Cougar Classic

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September 9th, 2013 -

The South Carolina women's golf team is presently in seventh place at the Cougar Classic after shooting a second-round 298 (+10) on Monday at Yeamans Hall.  

Clemson claimed the top spot on the leaderboard after shooting a 6-under 282 for a two round score of 567 (-9). Mississippi State shot a second-round 3-over 291, giving the Bulldogs a total of 573 (-3) and dropping them to second place. NC State and College of Charleston finished the day in a tie for third place, each with a two round total of 574 (-2). The Wolfpack turned in a 1-under 287 for round two while the Cougars came in with a 2-under 285. Florida rounds out the top five with a two round score of 578 (+2), South Carolina is five strokes behind the Gators with a total of 583 (+7). 

Senior Samantha Swinehart carded the Gamecocks' low round for the second straight day, shooting an even-par 72, which gives her a two round total of 141 (-3). Swinehart tallied two birdies and two bogeys on the day and is currently in a tie for third place. 

Junior Justine Dreher, who is competing as an individual, concluded the day in a tie for 16th with a total of 144 (E). Dreher also carded a pair of birdies and three bogeys. 

Freshman Katelyn Dambaugh, a native of Goose Creek, S.C., is currently in 35th place after turning in a second-round 3-over 75, which gives her a total of 147 (+3). 

Senior Suzie Lee and sophomore Sarah Mary Fran Hillow both shot a 5-over 77 in the second round. Hillow ended the day in a tie for 36th with a total of 148 (+4) and Lee's total of 150 (+6) puts her in a tie for 49th.

Sophomore Sarah Schmelzel shot a 2-over 74 for the second straight day, which moved her two spots up the leaderboard in a tie for 36th. 

Mississippi State's Ally MacDonald and Clemson's Sloan Shanahan are in a tie for first with each with a total of 138 (-6) after today's second round. All with a total of 141 (-3), Clemson's Ashlan Ramsey, Florida's Maria Torres and College of Charleston's Morgan Webber and Swinehart are currently in a tie for third place. 

The Gamecocks will tee off in the final round on Tuesday. Live scoring is available at www.Golfstat.com  

 South Carolina Results

Samantha Swinehart (3) 69-72= 141 (-3)

Katelyn Dambaugh (1)    72-75= 147 (+3)

Mary Fran Hillow (2)          71-77= 148 (+4)

Sarah Schmelzel (4)           74-74= 148 (+4)

Suzie Lee (5)                 73-77= 150 (+6)

Justin Dreher*                 71-73= 144 (E)

 

*Competed as an individual 

 Team Standings

1. Clemson              285-282=567 (-9)

2. Mississippi State          282-291=573 (-3)

T3. NC State                  287-287=574 (-2)

T3. College of Charleston     289-285= 574 (-1)

5. Florida                      291-287= 578 (+2)

6. Wake Forrest                 287-294= 581 (+5)

7. South Carolina       285-298= 583 (+7)

8. LSU                        295-291= 586 (+10)

9. Baylor                       289-299= 588 (+12)

T10. Auburn             295-295= 590 (+14)

T10. Wisconsin                  298-292= 590 (+14)

12. Tennessee                 299-296= 595 (+19)

13. Penn Sate                 299-302= 601 (+25)

14. Mississippi                 305-297= 602 (+26)

15. Missouri                  302-302=604 (+28)

16. Maryland                  299-306= 605 (+29)

17. Coastal Carolina          303-305= 608 (+32)

18. Furman              289-312= 610 (+34)

19. UNCG                        314-319= 633 (+57)

20. Charleston Southern       329-324= 653 (+77)

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