Clemson Tigers News: Women's Golf advances, Myles Foster, All-ACC Baseball

Clemson Women's Golf advances to match play at the NCAA Championship, Men's Basketball lands another transfer and three Baseball players are named to the All-ACC team.
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Clemson Women’s Golf advances to knockout round of NCAA Championship

Clemson Women’s Golf finished the fourth round of stroke play at the NCAA Championship at +18.

That score landed them in fifth place overall. Stanford and LSU tied for first with +2, followed by Texas A&M at +5 and USC at +13.

Following the Tigers were Oregon and UCLA tied at +19 and Auburn at +20. Those eight squads made the final cut to move on to the knockout match play tournament.

It is the first time in program history that Clemson has advanced this far.

The Tigers will face the Trojans in match play today in the quarterfinals. The winner will advance to face the winner between

Myles Foster commits to Clemson Men’s Basketball

As mentioned briefly yesterday, Clemson Men’s Basketball has another commitment from the transfer portal. Myles Foster will play for head coach Brad Brownell and the Tigers in 2024-25.

Foster is 6’-7” and 235 pounds and is from North Andover, Massachusetts. He is transferring from Illinois State, where he averaged 12.4 points and 8.1 rebounds per contest. Before that, he played at Monmouth. He has one season of eligibility remaining.

Three from Clemson Baseball named All-ACC

Clemson Baseball has placed three players on the All-ACC squad.

Freshman Aidan Knaak was named to the first team and All-Freshman team. Blake Wright was named to the second team and Cam Cannarella was named to the third team.

Wright has also been named a semifinalist for the Golden Spikes Award. It is bestowed annually by USA Baseball to the top amateur baseball player in the nation.

Fan voting for the award is now open. Click this link to vote for Wright.

Other news and notes from around Clemson Athletics:

Clemson Rowing coach Stephen Frazier Wong has stepped down after ten seasons in charge of the program.