Clemson Tigers News: ACC Schedule, Softball rankings, Valerie Cagle

Clemson Football now knows their entire schedule for 2025, ESPN ranks Softball in their Top 10 and Valerie Cagle is named the best first baseman in the nation.
Oct 8, 2022; Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA; The logo of the Clemson Tigers
Oct 8, 2022; Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA; The logo of the Clemson Tigers / Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Today’s Events

Clemson Women’s Basketball vs NC State: 7:00 PM at Littlejohn Coliseum

Clemson Football has a full schedule for 2024

The Atlantic Coast Conference has revealed their full schedule for all their teams. We now know the dates for each of Clemson’s twelve regular season matchups next year.

August 31st: Georgia Bulldogs (in Atlanta, Georgia)

September 7th: Appalachian State Mountaineers

September 21st: NC State Wolfpack

September 28th: Stanford Cardinal

October 5th: at Florida State Seminoles

October 12th: at Wake Forest Demon Deacons

October 19th: Virginia Cavaliers

November 2nd: Louisville Cardinals

November 9th: at Virginia Tech Hokies

November 16th: at Pittsburgh

November 23rd: The Citadel

November 30th: South Carolina

The Tigers will have two byes this season: September 14th and October 26th. The ACC Championship game will be played on December 7th in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Rubbing The Rock will have more analysis of the new 2024 schedule later today.

Clemson Softball gets preseason recognition

Softball season is right around the corner and Clemson Softball is getting well-deserved preseason love.

ESPN has the Tigers at No. 7 in their preseason Top 25.

Clemson is one of four ACC teams in the rankings alongside Florida State, Duke and Virginia Tech.

Unsurprisingly, ESPN has the Oklahoma Sooners at No. 1, followed by Tennessee and Stanford (who won't be an ACC program in softball until the 2025 season).

Valerie Cagle has been recognized by Softball America as the top-ranked first baseman.

Former Clemson Football player Paul Tchio has announced that he will reunite with Taisun Phommachanh and Frank Ladson at Massachusetts.

Tchio spent the past two seasons at Georgia Tech. He was a 4-star high school prospect when he committed to Clemson. He played sparingly and was not able to make progress on the depth chart before he announced his transfer during his second season with the Tigers.