Happy Thursday! Here is today’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Women’s Gold finished third at the Blessings Collegiate: The Tigers took the bronze in a nine-team field after the final round was canceled due to weather.
Arkansas won the tournament, followed by Mississippi State.
Chloe Holder had the highest finish for Clemson at 10th. She shot -5 on Tuesday.
The Tigers return to action October 15th in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Clemson Women’s Soccer vs Virginia: 7:30 PM at Historic Riggs Field
Last injury update for Clemson Football before Saturday
We received our final injury update on Nate Wiggins and Antonio Williams from head coach Dabo Swinney on Wednesday, and……nothing has changed. They are both uncertain for Saturday’s game against Wake Forest.
Personally, I am presuming neither will play, but that is based on nothing but my gut.
Clemson Softball will play in Mexico this year
Clemson Softball program will play in the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge in Mexico this February. The Tigers will open against Wichita State, and then play UC San Diego and Utah before a rematch against Auburn, whom they played in the 2023 regionals.
They will wrap up their five-game schedule against Mississippi State.
NCAA adjusts transfer portal windows
As expected, the NCAA Division I council changed the length of the transfer portal windows from 60 days to 45 days.
These are the windows when players can enter the portal. Players may commit to new school at any time.
Clemson Football head coach Dabo Swinney was asked about ‘Best Is The Standard’ slogan at his presser Tuesday, and he again clarified the meaning.
"“Sometimes people may take that the wrong way. You don’t see win national championships up there. That’s not our goal. Our goal is to be the best we can be,” Swinney said. “We want to be our best. Whatever God gave you, be the best you can possibly be. That applies in every area whether it’s the best coach you can be, the best player, whatever.”"