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No. 22/21 Clemson (31-15, 13-8 ACC) at Louisville (25-21, 6-12 ACC)

April 26, 2024
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GAME SETUPS

🆚 Opponent: at Louisville

🗓 Date/Time: Friday, April 26 • 6 p.m.

📍 Venue: Ulmer Stadium • Louisville, Ky.

📺 Watch: ACCNX

📊 Stats: Live Stats


🆚 Opponent: at Louisville

🗓 Date/Time: Saturday, April 27 • 1 p.m.

📍 Venue: Ulmer Stadium • Louisville, Ky.

📺 Watch: ACCNX

📊 Stats: Live Stats


🆚 Opponent: at Louisville

🗓 Date/Time: Sunday, April 28 • Noon

📍 Venue: Ulmer Stadium • Louisville, Ky.

📺 Watch: ACCNX

📊 Stats: Live Stats


PREVIEW

  • Clemson returns 15 letter winners from the 2023 roster, including three players that were All-ACC selections, and added two transfers to bolster the roster in Alex Brown and Lindsey Garcia.
  • The Tigers hold a .298 batting average. Clemson also has a .486 slugging percentage and .389 on-base percentage.
  • Clemson’s pitching staff maintains a 2.19 ERA through 313.0 innings of work and has 251 strikeouts.
  • The Tigers are 6-1 all-time against the Cardinals with Clemson’s last victory coming on March 26, 2022 with an 8-0 victory in five innings. Clemson’s current grad assistant, Taylor Roby, was an NFCA Second Team All-American and First Team All-ACC selection for Louisville last season.

QUICK HITS

  • Clemson has outscored opponents 276-130 this season
  • Clemson had 375 hits through 46 games, including posting 55 doubles, 51 home runs and 14 triples
  • The Tigers have 249 RBIs this season with Valerie Cagle (37), McKenzie Clark (35), Alia Logoleo (34) and Maddie Moore (34) leading the charge. A total of 15 batters have tallied at least one RBI this season, including 10 in double digits
  • 11 Tigers combined for 94 multi-hit games led by Alex Brown (17), McKenzie Clark (16), Maddie Moore (14), Valerie Cagle (13) and Alia Logoleo (11).

CLARK CONNECTION

  • Senior McKenzie Clark has left her mark on the Tiger program since stepping foot on campus in 2021
  • Being the starting centerfielder for over 218 games, she has maintained a .346 career batting average with 232 hits and 136 RBIs
  • Through the Notre Dame series, she has scored 191 runs, which leads Clemson’s career records and has stolen 46 bases on her career
  • Clark claimed the Tigers’ stolen base record after surpassing Carlee Shannon (45 – 2022). She claimed the record outright with one stolen base against Duke on April 13
  • The Myakka City, Fla. native has tallied 39 doubles, 43 home runs and 12 triples to post a .633 slugging percentage and .442 on-base percentage
  • Defensively, she has 227 putouts and 16 assists over the past four years
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