Happy Hump Day! Here is today’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Men’s Soccer vs Louisville: 8:00 PM at Historic Riggs Field (ACC Semifinal)
Women’s Soccer earns No. 1 seed in NCAA Tournament
Clemson Women’s Soccer have earned a No. 1 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
The Tigers will host Radford on Friday at Historic Riggs Field. If they win, they will advance to face the winner of Columbia and Rutgers.
The other No. 1 seeds are Florida State, BYU and UCLA, who is the defending champion.
Other teams from the ACC are North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame.
Clemson players earn Player of the Week honors
Clemson Football played a great game against Notre Dame this past weekend and the accolades keep rolling in.
Will Putnam was named the Outland Trophy Player of the Week, and Jeremiah was named the Nagurski Player of the Week, the Bednarik Player of the Week and the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week.
Clemson Football injury updates
There have been several updates on injuries to Clemson Football players this week.
- Jalyn Phillips and Sheridan Jones are out for the Georgia Tech game
- There is a good chance that RJ Mickens can return Saturday against the Yellow Jackets
- Will Shipley was in green for practice and is trending in the right direction
- Ian Reed has been dealing with an illness and isn’t available right now
- Justin Mascoll is improving. As long as he doesn’t have a setback, he could return soon
- Antonio Williams is rehabbing his injury and hopefully will be available before the end of the season
- Marcus Tate might be ready by bowl season
- Tyler Venables is practicing and should be available soon
- Colin Sadler practiced Monday and hopefully can play Saturday
In other news:
- Clemson Football alum Martavis Bryant has been reinstated to the NFL and has signed with the Dallas Cowboys.
- Clemson Men’s Soccer is 14th in this week’s United Soccer Coaches Poll
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