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Women’s Basketball Announces 2022-23 Non-Conference Schedule
Clemson women’s basketball announced its non-conference schedule for the 2022-23 season today, highlighted by seven home games, including a matchup with defending national champion South Carolina.
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Hot-Shooting #21 Virginia Tech Downs Clemson
No. 21 Virginia Tech shot nearly 80% from the floor in the first half and downed Clemson, 82-60, on Thursday inside the Greensboro Coliseum.
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Washington Leads Tigers into ACC Tournament Second Round
Delicia Washington scored 33 points as Clemson downed Syracuse, 88-69, in the first round of the 2022 ACC Tournament.
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Delicia Washington Named First Team All-ACC By Blue Ribbon Panel
Delicia Washington has been named First Team All-ACC by the league’s Blue Ribbon Panel, it was announced today by the league office.
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Clemson Drops Regular Season Finale
A 49-point first half propelled Miami to a 76-40 win over Clemson on Sunday afternoon in Coral Gables, Fla., in the final game of the 2022 regular season.
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#14 Notre Dame Downs Clemson, 77-56
Sonia Citron and Maya Dodson combined for 43 points, as #14 Notre Dame downed Clemson 77-56 on Thursday night in Notre Dame.
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Georgia Tech Survives Washington’s Career Day
Delicia Washington scored a career-high 40 points, but Georgia Tech outscored Clemson, 15-7 in overtime to survive against the Tigers, 92-84.
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Tiger Trio Leads Clemson to Victory
Delicia Washington, Amari Robinson and Kionna Gaines each scored in double figures as Clemson downed Wake Forest, 87-78, inside Littlejohn Coliseum on Thursday afternoon.
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Washington Leads Tigers to Road Win
Delicia Washington poured in 21 of her 23 points in the second half and Clemson rallied from a 12-point third quarter deficit to down Virginia, 59-55, on Sunday afternoon.
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Clemson falls at North Carolina, 81-62
Delicia Washington scored 16 points to surpass 1500 for her career, but a 22-6 second quarter run proved to be the difference, as Clemson fell 81-62 to #24 North Carolina on Sunday afternoon in Chapel Hill.
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Tigers Fall to No. 5 NC State
Behind 18 points and eight rebounds from Jada Boyd, fifth-ranked NC State downed Clemson, 79-52, on Thursday night inside Littlejohn Coliseum.
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First Half Deficit Dooms Tigers
The Tigers are back in action on Thursday, December 30, hosting NC State in Clemson’s first home ACC contest of the year.
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Tigers fall to #21 LSU
Tigers will close out the 2021 West Palm Beach Invitational on Tuesday, Dec. 21, when they face the Dayton Flyers at 3:30 p.m. That game can be seen live on FloHoops.
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Balanced Attack Leads Clemson to Win Over Wofford
Behind buckets from 13 different players, Clemson got back into the win column with a 84-49 win over Wofford on Friday night.
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Elliot, Washington Guide Tigers Past Penn State, 67-64
Clemson will return to action on Wednesday, Nov. 28, playing host to North Florida at 1 p.m. in Littlejohn Coliseum on ACCNX.
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Clemson's Washington Selected Preseason All-ACC
11 mo ago by Staff Reports
Clemson graduate guard Delicia Washington was selected to the preseason All-ACC women's basketball team by both the Blue Ribbon Panel and ACC Head Coaches.
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Clemson to Play Host to Northwestern in 2021 B1G/ACC Challenge
1 yr ago by Staff Reports
The Clemson women’s basketball team welcomes Northwestern in December as part of the 14th Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
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Women’s Basketball Adds Southeast Missouri State Transfer
Clemson women’s basketball has announced the addition of LaTrese Saine, a graduate transfer from Southeast Missouri State, to its 2021 class.
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Tigers Fall to Blue Hens in WNIT Regional Semis
In a contest that was hotly contested through three quarter of play, Clemson was on the wrong end of a late-game surge by its opponent on Saturday.
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Bennett Banks in Clutch Shot as Clemson Downs Ohio
Coming up clutch with a perfectly executed bank shot, Tylar Bennett put Clemson in front with 16 seconds remaining, and the Tigers went on to win their WNIT opener 65-60 on Friday.
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