Good morning Tiger Nation! Here is this morning’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Women’s Soccer 9, Gardner-Webb 0: The Tigers set records at Historic Riggs Field on Friday.
Samantha Meredith had a hat trick with three goals. Emma Wennar scored twice. Mackenzie Duff, Makenna Morris, Renee Lyles and Jenna Tobia each scored once.
Tobia’s goal was an Olimpico, meaning she scored directly on a corner kick. She also had two assists on the evening.
The Tigers now head out west for two away games against Utah Valley and Utah.
Clemson Football 2024 linebacker target commits to Arkansas
Clemson Football doesn’t have many recruiting targets left in the 2024 Class, but one of them was Wyatt Simmons, a linebacker from Harding Academy in Searcy, Arkansas.
Simmons strongly considered Clemson, as well as Auburn, but in the end he decided to stay home and commit to the Arkansas Razorbacks.
I wouldn’t count on Clemson making any quick moves in 2024 recruiting right now. They will likely allow the high school season to progress and see if anyone stands out. The Tigers are expected to pursue at least one more, and probably two more, offensive lineman, and could well bring in another linebacker.
Clemson is tied for 4th in AP Top 25 wins the last ten years
X (Twitter) account College Football Report shared this graphic of program wins against the AP Top 25 in the last decade, and Clemson ranked 4th, tied with Oklahoma.
Unsurprisingly, Alabama has a substantial lead on everyone else, including 2nd place Ohio State and 3rd place Georgia.
Clemson Football alum Davis Allen created this highlight for the Los Angeles Rams Saturday night.
Clemson Softball alum Caroline Jacobsen continues to make highlights playing professionally for Athletes Unlimited.