April 2, 2017
CONWAY, S.C. — Jessica Porvasnik found familiar ground again at the Clemson Invitational, finishing inside the Top-10 for the 17th time in her career and the fourth Top-10 effort this season. The Buckeye senior earned a share of eighth place in the Clemson Invitational’s 94-player field with scores of 70-72-73 (-1).
Jaclyn Lee ended on a high note, rebounding nicely from an opening round 77 shooting subsequent scores of 72-71 to close out the competition. She climbed 33 slots up the individual leaderboard during the final 36 holes, ultimately coming out among a group tied for 29th place at 4-over (220).
Katja Pogacar joined the two aforementioned Buckeyes in contributing to the team tally in all three rounds. Her 225 (+9) total aided in Ohio State’s 10th place showing and gave her a T-48th slot individually.
10th | Team 298-290-300–888 (+24)
T-8th | Jessica Porvasnik 70-72-73–215 (-1)
T-29th | Jaclyn Lee 77-72-71–220 (+4)
T-48th | Katja Pogacar 77-71-77–225 (+9)
T-63rd | (IND) Rio Watanabe 76-71-81–228 (+12)
T-67th | Zoe-Beth Brake 74-75-80–229 (+13)
T-74th | Niki Schroeder 77-75-79–231 (+15)
Ohio State concludes the regular season by hosting the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational (April 15-16) on the OSU Golf Club’s Scarlet Course.