CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney and his Tigers won their third straight ACC title, beating No. 7 Miami 38-3 in Charlotte Saturday night at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.
Swinney spoke with the ACC Digital Network’s Wes Bryant on the field right after the clock hit double-zero on the scoreboard and shared what this latest accomplishment means to him and his Clemson program.
Sophomore infielder Will Wilson cranked two solo home runs for No. 10 NC State, including a late game-winning homer, and four NC State relievers combined to pitch eight innings without allowing an earned (…)
Second-ranked Clemson scored a two-out run against No. 10 NC State to take a 4-3 lead in the fourth inning at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Sunday afternoon. After Robert Jolly fouled out to the third baseman (…)
SAN DIEGO — In practice his teammates see it all the time. Aamir Simms takes the basketball, glides up the court and then makes a spectacular dunk. They had been waiting for him to do it in a game all (…)
Courtesy of second baseman Grayson Byrd, second-ranked Clemson took an early 3-1 lead in the second inning against No. 10 NC State on Sunday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. Following a four-pitch walk by (…)
No. 10 NC State quickly took a 1-0 lead against second-ranked Clemson in the top of the first inning Sunday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium, but the Tigers wasted no time tying it up. Logan Davidson (…)
SAN DIEGO — While some schools used the 90 minutes Saturday to practice at Viejas Arena for today’s second-round action in the NCAA Tournament in San Diego, Clemson practiced at a local high school (…)
SAN DIEGO — Clemson has enjoyed its time in San Diego so far. Of course it helps when you win. The Tigers are coming off a 79-68 victory over New Mexico State on Friday to advance to the second-round (…)