Another week, another milestone for the Clemson women's golf team.
The Tigers are 10th nationally in the latest women's collegiate poll compiled by Golfstat.com.
This is the first time the inaugural team has been ranked in the top 10 by any poll. Since beginning play last September, the Tigers have never finished below fifth in a tournament.
Southern California remains in the top spot, followed by UCLA, Duke, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Arizona State, Stanford, Alabama, Washington and Clemson round out the top 10.
Individually, Clemson has four players ranked. Ashlan Ramsey is ranked ninth, Sloan Shanahan is ranked 13th, McKenzie Talbert is ranked 79th, and Lauren Salazar is ranked 192nd. All are freshmen.
The Tigers are coming off of a second place finish at the Florida State Match-Up and a fifth-place showing against a national field at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Championship in New Orleans.
The Tigers will next play March 24-25 in Johns Island, SC when they will participate in the Briar’s Creek Invitational.
Golfstat Top 25
1. Southern Cal
6. Arizona State
12. Oklahoma State
13. South Carolina
19. NC State
22. Michigan State
23. Wake Forest
25. Iowa State