Clemson had a final round score of 19-over-par 307 on Sunday and finished 30th at the NCAA National Championship tournament at Rich Harvest Farms Golf Club in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
Freshman Doc Redman led the Tigers on Sunday with a score of one-over-par 73, his second consecutive 73 at the national championships. Redman finished the season with a 70.77 stroke average, second best in school history.
Bryson Nimmer and Carson Young both had final round scores of 76, while Austin Langdale and William Nottingham had scores of 82. It was the final career rounds for Young and Langdale. The former played 113 career rounds, while the latter played 103. Young had a second round 68 that was the best for a Clemson golfer since Kyle Stanley had a 68 at the 2008 NCAA National tournament.
Clemson had a three-round total of 904 for the 54 holes. The Tigers shot 313 in the first round, 285 in the second round and 307 in the third round. The second round 285 was the 12th best round in the field of 30 teams.