Clemson Tigers News: A busy Saturday scoreboard

Clemson's teams where active all over town on Saturday, and a few came away with success on the road too.
Ken Ruinard / staff / USA TODAY NETWORK


Clemson Women’s Lacrosse 20, Duke Blue Devils 11: The Tigers earn their first ACC victory of the season in Durham. Ten different Tigers found the goal, led by Claire Bockstie and Emma Tilson with 3 goals each.

"I couldn’t be more proud of this team. They battled together and gave it their all for the full 60 minutes. Paris, Ariana, and Megan were an incredible unit on the draw today. Having 10 different players put up points was incredible. I also thought our defensive unit made some really nice stops and were huge in our transition game."

Head Coach Allison Kwolek

The Tigers next host the Virginia Cavaliers on March 2nd.

Clemson Softball 10, Miami (OH) RedHawks 1: The Tigers won the first game of their Saturday doubleheader in 5 innings. Valerie Cagle went beast mode, batting 4 for 4 and driving in 8 RBIs. Brooke McCubbin picked up the victory.

Clemson Baseball 8, Kennesaw State Owls 6: The Tigers weren’t in great form, but they did bounce back following Friday night’s loss to even the series with KSU at 1-1. Jacob Hinderleider cranked two home runs and Cam Cannarella extended his hitting streak to 15 games in style with a 2-run homer.

Clemson Men’s Soccer 2, NC State Wolfpack 2

Clemson Softball 3, UConn Huskies 2: In the second game of their doubleheader, the Tigers had to go extra innings after they tied up UConn 2-2 in the bottom of the 7th inning. They drove home the winning run in the bottom of the 8th when Lindsey Garcia got a hit and Maddie Moore scored.

Clemson Men’s Basketball 74, Florida State Seminoles 63: The Tigers win their second in a row with a convincing victory over the Florida State Seminoles. Rubbing The Rock will have a recap this morning.

Clemson Track & Field at the ACC Indoor Championship: The Women’s group finished second and the Men’s group finished fourth on Sunday. Read here to learn all the individual achievements.

"It was a great ACC Championships for both teams, we had some great individual champions. Now we turn our attention to the NCAA Championships."

Track and Field Director Mark Elliot

Today’s Events

Clemson Women’s Tennis at Boston College Eagles: 10:00 AM in Chestnut Hills, Massachusetts

Clemson Softball vs Ole Miss Rebels: 12:00 PM at McWhorter Stadium

Clemson Baseball vs Kennesaw State Owls: 2:00 PM at Doug Kingsmore Stadium

Clemson Women’s Basketball vs Miami Hurricanes: 2:00 PM at Littlejohn Coliseum