Clemson Tigers News: Spring TV schedule, Matt Luke, Ethan Anderson

We have learned about television schedules for Clemson Baseball and Softball, Matt Luke has started a new trend and Clemson receives a commitment from a 2024 PWO QB.

Clemson Baseball's Lleyton Lackey (1)
Clemson Baseball's Lleyton Lackey (1) / Ken Ruinard / staff / USA TODAY NETWORK


Clemson Women’s Basketball 65, Boston College Eagles 55: The Tigers win their second ACC contest in a row.

Ruby Whitehorn led the team with 19 points and 9 rebounds. The Tigers outscored the Eagles 21-0 from 3-point range.

This win improves Clemson’s record to 10-12 overall and 3-7 in the ACC. The next game is Sunday in Charlottesville, Virginia against the Cavaliers.

Today’s Events

Clemson Gymnastics vs NC State Wolfpack: 7:00 PM in Littlejohn Coliseum

Both Clemson Baseball and Clemson Softball start their 2024 seasons this month, and we have learned a bit more about how we can watch the Tigers play this season.

Per TigerNet, Clemson Baseball will be featured nationally nine times this season on ESPN’s networks.

Baseball and Softball will get nationally broadcast games

Clemson Softball will be featured on the MLB Network during the NFCA Leadoff Classic. It will be the first time college softball has been shown on the MLB Network.

As usual, most games or both squads will be featured on ACC Network or the ESPN app.

Matt Luke has started a trend

Recently you might have been scrolling through X and seen a selfie of Clemson Football offensive line coach Matt Luke and thought you were having déjà vu. Don’t worry, it’s not you, it’s him.

Luke has been hitting the road recruiting for the Tigers and on several of his stops, he has taken a selfie in front of the prospect’s locker.

Clemson welcomes a preferred walk-on quarterback from the Upstate

You might have noticed this post on X yesterday.

Ethan Anderson is a quarterback from JL Mann High School in Greenville, South Carolina. He is a preferred walk-on from the Class of 2024.

Shoutout to Clemson Women’s Soccer for placing 14 players on the ACC All-Academic team.

Clemson Men’s Basketball hosts the Virginia Cavaliers on Saturday. If you attend, you can take a new or gently used Tiger stuffed toy and throw it on the court as part of a charity event to collect toys for the Ronald McDonald House.