Clemson Tigers News: Baseball sweep, Ice Hockey

Clemson Baseball competed the sweep against Xavier and Club Ice Hockey finishes as the runner-up in their division's playoffs.

Ken Ruinard - staff / USA TODAY NETWORK
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Clemson Women’s Basketball 57, Pittsburgh Panthers 72: The Tigers lose their third game in a row. Day Harris led the team with 18 points. Ruby Whitehorn scored 14 and Amari Robinson had 10. Next up is a road game against No. 16 Notre Dame on Thursday.

Clemson Baseball 11, Xavier Musketeers 7: The Tigers win Game 3 and sweep the Musketeers to start the new season. Cam Cannarella extended his hitting streak to twelve games. Matthew Marchal earned the win for the Tigers. Next up is a midweek home game against Presbyterian on Tuesday.

Clemson Men’s Tennis 5, SMU Mustangs 2: The Tigers won 2 of 3 doubles matches and then added 3 more singles victories to clinch the win against future ACC opponent SMU. The next match is at home against the Furman Paladins on Thursday.

Congratulations to the Clemson Ice Hockey Club team for their runner-up finish in the College Hockey South Division II Playoffs.

I stand by my earlier statements that this team should be elevated to varsity status as soon as is legally possible.

Today’s Events

Clemson Men’s Golf at the Watersound Invitational in Panama City Beach, Florida. The tournament begins today and extends through Wednesday.

Clemson Women's Lacrosse rises in Top 25

Clemson Women's Lacrosse is 3-0 following a win this weekend against Coastal Carolina. They have risen a couple spots in the IWLCA Top 25.

Clemson Baseball remains in the Top 10

Following the sweep of Xavier at home this weekend, Clemson Baseball remains at No. 10 in the D1Baseball rankings.

Hunter Tyson came home to Clemson this weekend

Clemson Men's Basketball had a familiar face on their sideline this weekend against NC State. Hunter Tyson returned to support the Tigers.

The NBA is on their All-Star break which gave Tyson an opportunity to visit in between games for his NBA team, the Denver Nuggets.

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