Happy Solid Orange Friday! Here is today’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Women’s Soccer 3, Louisville 0: Renee Lyles netted two goals for the Tigers on their way to shutting out the Cardinals.
Lyles scored in the 71st and 82nd minutes. Sami Meredith scored in the 78th.
All three goals came in the second half of play.
The Tigers will play their final home game of the regular season this Sunday against Pittsburgh.
The Clemson DI committee has the Tigers ranked in their Top 10.
Caroline Conti and Harper White both reached a milestone in Clemson’s win over Louisville Thursday evening.
Clemson Softball vs North Greenville: 6:00 PM at McWhorter Stadium (Fall Ball exhibition)
Clemson Men’s Soccer vs Boston College: 6:00 at Historic Riggs Field
Clemson Volleyball vs North Carolina: 7:00 at Jervey Gym
Clemson Football freshmen recognized by The Athletic
The Athletic has named two Clemson Football freshmen to their midseason Freshmen All-American team.
On wide receiver Tyler Brown:
"“Brown, a three-star in-state recruit, has turned 24 catches into 338 receiving yards and two touchdowns, while also contributing as a punt returner. His 153 receiving yards against Syracuse were the most by a Clemson true freshman receiver since Justyn Ross in 2018.”"
On defensive end TJ Parker:
"“The 6-foot-3, 255-pound top-50 recruit from Phenix City, Ala., ranks second to Miami’s Bain among freshmen for quarterback pressures with 17. Parker leads Clemson with 8.5 tackles for loss and four sacks. His 199 snaps are second among Tigers defensive linemen behind only Tyler Davis (202).”"
In case you haven’t noticed, Clemson Football alum Travis Etienne is on fire in the NFL.
Etienne and Trevor Lawrence broke their Superdome curse last night with a 31-24 victory over the New Orleans Saints.
Speaking of the Saints, this is a great story from TigerNet about Clemson Football alum Brian Bresee volunteering his time at the American Cancer Society Patrick F. Taylor Hope Lodge in New Orleans.