Tadokoro moves up 26 spots, records under-par round at Clemson Invite

Sophomore Sera Tadokoro moved up 26 spots on the leaderboard to emerge as Kansas' leader after two days of play at the Clemson Invite, sitting in a tie for 46th.

Tadokoro carded three birdies on her way to firing her fourth under par round of the year, shooting an 1-under 71 for a two-day 2-over 146. Kansas ultimately posted an 11-over 299 and carded nine birdies as a team in the second round but still sits in a tie for 18th place. After two rounds, the team is shooting 26-over 602, 47 strokes out of the lead behind leader Vanderbilt (-11).

Freshman Pear Pooratanaopa recorded another another 75 (+3) in the second round, for a two-day total of 6-over 150. She currently is in a tie for 69th place. Senior Chomchana Phuchanbanchob recorded a pair of birdies in the second round but couldn't move up the leaderboard, shooting a second round 4-over 76 for a two-day 8-over 152.

The final round at the Reserve at Lake Keowe begins at 8:09 a.m. Tuesday.

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