Good morning, Tiger Nation! Here is Monday’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Volleyball defeats Wofford 3-0: The Tigers swept the Terriers at Jervey Gym on Sunday 25-20, 28-26, and 25-18.
Mckenna Slavik had a huge day with 34 assists. She moved into fourth place all-time in Clemson history in assists.
The Tigers won the Big Orange Bash tournament and are now 2-0 on the season.
Clemson’s next contest is in Columbia against the Gamecocks on Wednesday
Clemson Women’s Soccer 1, Utah 0: The Tigers remain undefeated on the season with a victory against the Utes in Salt Lake City.
Makenna Morris scored in the 51st minute. Halle Mackiewicz got her fourth clean sheet of the 2023 season making one save. The Tiger defense was stout and didn’t give Utah many chances.
Clemson heads home for their next contest after two games out west. They host Furman on Thursday.
Clemson Men’s Soccer vs. UNC Wilmington: 7:00 PM at Historic Riggs Field
ACC expansion could come to a conclusion this week
The on again, off again, on again conversations about adding California, SMU and Stanford to the Atlantic Coast Conference could reach their conclusion sometime this week.
More and more posts indicate that the ACC is likely to approve the expansion.
There is no word on which school(s) are thinking of changing their vote from no to yes. I wouldn’t be surprised if there are more than one who elected to flip their vote.
The Steelers have released BT Potter
Clemson Football alum BT Potter has been competing with Chris Bowell in Pittsburgh Steelers’ camp, but it appears Boswell has kept his job despite a shaky 2022 season.
Potter was released by the Steelers over the weekend. He was 2 for 3 on field goals in the preseason. Potter has a decent chance to catch on with another franchise before the start of the regular season.
Van Dyke injury: It appears that Miami starting quarterback Tyler Van Dyke has injured his thumb and might miss time at the beginning of the season.
Clemson Football 2024 commit Darien Mayo recorded this sack in weekend action.
Ross does it again: Clemson Football alum Justyn Ross pulled in another touchdown catch for the Kansas City Chiefs this preseason.
We want to send our condolences to the family and friends of Clemson alum Lawson Holland, who passed this past week at the age of 70. Holland played football for the Tigers from 1971-75 and then coached the wide receivers from 1979-85.