Happy Hump Day, Clemson Nation! Here is today’s Clemson Tigers News.
ACC Basketball schedules have been released
The Atlantic Coast Conference released the conference schedules for both men’s and women’s basketball on Tuesday evening.
Marty Coleman will have more on the Clemson Men’s Basketball schedule later this morning. Meanwhile, you can brush up on the non-conference games here.
Clemson Women’s Basketball will play eighteen conference games this season. They will play home & home series with Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami and Wake Forest. They will play Boston College, Duke, Louisville, North Carolina State and Pittsburgh at Littlejohn Coliseum. They will travel to North Carolina, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia, and Virginia Tech.
The Tigers will open the season on November 6th in Littlejohn against the Winthrop Eagles at 11:00 AM.
Clemson Women’s Soccer ranked 8th in latest poll
The Clemson Women’s Soccer team has had a very strong season so far in 2023, and they continue to be recognized by the voters.
The Tigers are 8th in the most recent United Soccer Coaches poll.
Additionally, Megan Bornkamp was named to Top Drawer Soccer’s Team of the Week.
Clemson Men’s Basketball alum gets a new gig
Clemson Men’s Basketball alum Terrance Oglesby has been all over college basketball in the last few years with Field of 64. Now he is dipping his toes into the NBA with Charlotte.
Oglesby is joining the Hornets LIVE crew for Bally’s Sports as a live analyst.
Don’t worry, Field of 68 fans, TO isn’t leaving.
Clemson Football named Jamal Anderson and Tristan Martinez as the ‘True Tigers’ of the week for applying ‘Best Is The Standard’ in academic performance.
For a bit of metrics fun: Bill Connelly shared what his SP+ system calculates as Clemson’s chances of finishing with certain records this season.
Keep in mind that the SP+ has two teams left on Clemson’s schedule ranked higher than the Tigers. They will visit Miami (13th) and host Notre Dame (11th). The Tigers are 16th, one spot behind Florida State.
That is something to keep in perspective: right now the SP+ has Miami ranked ahead of Florida State. We’ll find out if that is fair as the season continues.