Clemson Women’s Basketball 72, Miami Hurricanes 75: The Tigers lose a heartbreaker in double overtime after leading through the first three quarters of regulation.
Amari Robinson scored 24 points. Both Robinson and Ruby Whitehorn snagged 7 rebounds. Day Harris distributed 6 assists on the evening.
Mackenzie Kramer did not play due to an illness. The Tigers also announced Maddi Kluse will need surgery and will miss the rest of the season.
The Tigers return to action against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Thursday, February 15th.
Clemson Softball 12, Missouri State Bears 0: The Tigers start the NFCA Classic and their 2024 season with a shutout of the Bears.
The Tigers hit four home runs in the contest, including a grand slam from Maddie Moore in the second inning. Freshman Julia Knowler hit two home runs in her Clemson debut and Alia Logoleo went yard as well.
Brooke McCubbin got the start and the win for the Tigers, with Valerie Cagle and Regan Spencer also pitching.
The Tigers continue the NFCA Classic with a game today against the Indiana Hoosier at 7:00 PM.
Clemson Men’s Tennis at Michigan State Spartans: 6:00 PM in East Lansing, Michigan
Clemson Gymnastics at Pittsburgh Panthers: 7:00 PM in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Clemson Softball vs Indiana Hoosiers: 7:00 PM in Clearwater, Florida
Clemson Track & Field hosts the Tiger Paw Invitational: Thirty teams will be competing in Clemson’s final home event of the season.
Baseball America ranks Clemson Baseball star as the No. 1 MLB prospect in college baseball
Baseball America has released a new ranking of the best prospects for the 2025 MLB Draft. On the college side, they have ranked Clemson Baseball outfielder Cam Cannarella the No. 1 prospect in college baseball for that draft class.
Cannarella batted .388 in 2023 with 7 home runs and 47 RBIs. The Tigers start their season a week from today against Xavier.