Good morning Tiger Nation! Here is today’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Volleyball defeats Boston College 3-0 (25-20, 25-23, 25-16): The Tigers win in straight sets against the Eagles.
Azyah Dailey had 11 kills and Adria Powell had 7 kills. Mckenna Slavik had her 12th double-double of the season with 30 assists and 11 digs.
Clemson is now 14-10 overall and 5-7 in the ACC. They return to action Friday at home against Notre Dame.
Clemson Women’s Soccer 1, Wake Forest 0: The Tigers defeat the Demon Deacons to advance to the semifinals of the ACC Tournament in Cary, North Carolina.
Mackenzie Duff scored in the 2nd minute for Clemson. Halle Mackiewicz held the Deacons scoreless from there.
The Tigers will face Notre Dame on Thursday. The winner will advance to the championship game.
Will Shipley’s injury report is encouraging
"“Injury-wise. Shipley was the main guy and we got good news on him. Everything checked out. He’s in the concussion protocol. He was doing good today. The bigger concern was they were worried about his neck scans, but all that came back normal. So that was a real positive from his injury standpoint. But he is in the concussion protocol. We’ll just have to see — there is a protocol to that stuff, so I don’t know how that is going to go, where he is, and how they (handle) all that stuff. Just happy that everything checked out well with his neck.”"
This means he most likely won’t be available against Notre Dame, but the prognosis is much better than it might have been.
Clemson Football alums have a day in the NFL
The Tennessee Titans wore their Houston Oiler throwback unis Sunday, and it apparently inspired DeAndre Hopkins.
Nuk had four receptions for three touchdowns and 128 yards as the Titans defeated the Falcons 28-23.
The Jacksonville Jaguars went on the road to Pittsburgh, and it was mostly a field goal fiesta, but Trevor Lawrence unleashed this strike to Travis Etienne for a touchdown.
The Jaguars won 20-10 over the Steelers and have a strong lead in the AFC South division and are tied for the best record in the conference.