Clemson Tigers News: 110 Society, Championship Parade, Valerie Cagle

Clemson athletes are announcing new partnerships with the 110 Society, there are more details on the parade for Clemson Men's Soccer's national championship, and two softball players make a preseason Top 100 list.

Clemson junior Valerie Cagle (72) pitches against Auburn University
Clemson junior Valerie Cagle (72) pitches against Auburn University / Ken Ruinard / staff / USA TODAY NETWORK
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Clemson Women’s Basketball 64, Louisville 81: The Tigers’ struggles continue against the No. 13 team in the nation.

Dayshanette Harris had a great night with 25 points and 7 assists. Amari Robinson and Ruby Whitehorn each had ten points while also crashing the boards. Robinson had 8 rebounds and Whitehorn had 5 rebounds.

It doesn’t get any easier for the Tigers. Next, they visit Blacksburg to play the No. 14 Virginia Tech Hokies on Sunday.

Today’s Events

Clemson Women’s Tennis vs East Tennessee State: 5:00 PM at the Duckworth Family Tennis Facility

110 Society is getting its footing

If you follow the 110 Society and Clemson Football players on X, you probably noticed several players posting about their new arrangements with Clemson’s NIL collective.

It’s exciting to see the new collective getting more exposure. We can expect to see more Tiger athletes from all sports beginning relationships with the 100 Society in coming weeks and months.

More details on the Championship Parade

TigerNet has published more details on the celebratory parade for Clemson Men’s Soccer on February 3rd.

The parade will begin at 11:30 AM at Sikes Hall. The parade route will run down Highway 93 and will conclude at Historic Riggs Field. The team will be honored at halftime of the Clemson Men’s Basketball game vs Virginia, which will start at 2:00 PM.

Fans are encouraged to gather on Bowman Field and along the parade route.

Clemson Softball lands two on preseason Top 100 players list

D1Softball has published a list of their Top 100 players entering the 2024 season. Guess who is #1 on the list?

Valerie Cagle was last season’s Player of the Year, so it makes sense that she is atop the preseason rankings. McKenzie Clark comes in at No. 86 (probably should be higher).

Clemson Softball has been rated as high as fifth in preseason polls. They begin their 2024 season on February 4th in Clearwater, Florida.

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