Clemson Tigers News: A Multiverse of Scoreboards

Lots of action for Clemson Athletics this weekend, and it isn't over yet
Clemson senior Valerie Cagle (72)
Clemson senior Valerie Cagle (72) / Ken Ruinard / staff / USA TODAY NETWORK


(From Friday)

Clemson Men’s Tennis 1, Michigan State Spartans 6: The Tigers fall on the road in East Lansing.

"“Credit to Michigan State for playing well and mature today when it mattered. They have some great seasoned players and it showed today. We have another great opportunity on Sunday against another great team to respond and go for it with a full team effort.”"

Brandon Wagner

Marko Mesarovic picked up the singles victory for the Tigers.

Clemson Gymnastics 196.375, Pittsburgh Panthers 195.900: The Tigers won all four events en route to their fourth victory of the season. Here are the winners in each category:

Bars: Eve Jackson and Kaitlyn DeGuzman (tie) – 9.800

Vault: Trinity Brown – 9.875

Floor: Rebecca Wells and Brie Clark (tie) – 9.900

Beam: Rebecca Wells – 9.925

Clemson next travels to Raleigh to face the NC State Wolfpack on Saturday, February 17th.

Clemson Softball 3, Indiana Hoosiers 1 – The Tigers pull out a close one in the NFCA Leadoff. Millie Thompson earned her first victory of the season and the Tigers moved to 2-0. Julia Knowler added two hits to her season total to help drive the offense.

Clemson Track & Field recorded top-finishes and national marks in multiple events. Read the recap from Clemson Sports here.

(From Saturday)

Clemson Women’s Tennis 6, Georgia Southern Eagles 1: The Tigers get the dominating victory to move to 6-1 in their first match of the day.

Clemson Men’s Basketball 77, Syracuse Orange 68: Clemson evens their ACC record at 5-5 and Joe Girard scores his 2,000th career point. Read Marty Coleman’s recap here.

Clemson Softball 7, Liberty Flames 3 – The Tigers get the win in the first game of their Saturday doubleheader. Alia Logoleo got three hits and Brooke McCubbin got her second win of 2024.

Clemson Women’s Lacrosse 19, Davidson Wildcats 10: The Tigers opened their new facility with a win over the Wildcats. Clemson took the lead in the first quarter and held onto it for the balance of the contest. Regan Byrne led the way with 6 goals and Claire Bockstie scored 4 goals.

The Tigers return to action on Wednesday at the Furman Paladins in Greenville.

Clemson Women’s Tennis 4, College of Charleston Cougars 1: The Tigers notch their second victory of the day against the Cougars.

"“It was a great two wins for our group today. It’s always hard to win two matches on the same day, and our team handled it very well. We faced adversity after dropping the doubles point against the College of Charleston, and we had the right mindset and response when we came out during singles. I am proud of our group, and it is an excellent start to the season. We look forward to playing the Gamecocks in Columbia on Wednesday.”"

Boomer Saia

The Tigers take on South Carolina in Columbia on Wednesday.

Clemson Softball 3, Oregon Ducks 2: Playing their toughest opponent yet, the Tigers got the victory against the ranked Ducks. Millie Thompson and Valerie Cagle handled the duties on the mound. Maddie Moore got the RBI that gave the Tigers the advantage in the fourth inning and they held on from there.

Today’s Events

Clemson Softball vs Missouri Tigers: 10:00 AM in Clearwater, Florida

Clemson Men’s Tennis at Northwestern Wildcats: 12:00 PM in Evanston, Illinois