Clemson set to travel to Virginia

Clemson set to travel to Virginia


Clemson set to travel to Virginia


The Clemson Softball team (9-2, 4-2 ACC) travels to Virginia (6-5, 2-3 ACC) for a four-game series in Charlottesville, Virginia at Palmer Park.


  • Who – Clemson (9-2, 4-2 ACC) at Virginia (6-5, 2-3 ACC)
  • Best Ranking – CU – 25/RV; UVA – NR
  • When – Friday (5 p.m.), Saturday (1 p.m. & 3 p.m.), Sunday (noon)
  • Where – Charlottesville, Va. (Palmer Park)
  • Watch – ACCNX
  • Live Stats – Statbroadcast
  • Social Media – ClemsonSoftball
  • Tickets – Not open to the public


  • Overall Record – Clemson leads 3-0 (2020)
  • Record at Virginia – 0-0 (2020)
  • The Tigers are set to travel to Virginia in Clemson’s second-ever ACC road series. The series between Clemson and the Cavaliers is the second in program history.
  • Last season, the Tigers swept Virginia at McWhorter Stadium (then Clemson Softball Stadium) in Clemson’s inaugural ACC series. Valerie Cagle, a native of Yorktown, Virginia, hit a walkoff home run with a 3-0 count in the opening game of the series, which the Tigers won, 8-7, on Feb. 28, 2020.
  • This weekend’s games, which includes a doubleheader on Saturday, are scheduled to stream on ACCNX.
  • For the first time in program history, Clemson received its first top 25 ranking. The Tigers debuted at No. 25 in’s top-25 poll on March 1.

  • Clemson swept Elon last weekend at McWhorter Stadium to remain undefeated in non-conference action this season.
  • Against the Phoenix, Clemson did not surrender a single run all weekend to outscore Elon, 21-0.
  • In the circle, Valerie Cagle and Regan Spencer were dominant to help Clemson hold the Phoenix scoreless last weekend. Cagle bookended the series after registering back-to-back complete-game performances on Saturday and Sunday. Spencer earned the win in game No. 2 after surrendering just one hit and retiring the last 13 batters faced.



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