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Welcome to Clemson Basketball University Information Institution...................................................................Clemson University Nickname.............................................................................. Lady Tigers Location....................................................................Clemson, SC 29633 Colors................................................. Burnt Orange & Northwest Purple Founded...........................................................................................1889 Enrollment.....................................................................................17,585 President.................................................James F. Barker (Clemson ’70) Athletic Director............................... Dr. Terry Don Philips (Arkansas ’70) Conference.........................................................................Atlantic Coast NCAA/ACC Representative............................................... Larry LaForge . ..................................................................................(Clemson ’64) Facility........................................................... Littlejohn Coliseum (9,850) Athletic Department Address................................................. P.O. Box 31 . ........................................................................Clemson, SC 29633 Overnight Mailing Address.......................................100 Perimeter Road . ...................................Jervey Athletic Center, Clemson, SC 29634 Press Row Phone Number.................................................864.654.3326 Ticket Office Phone Number.......................................... 864.656.2118 or . ............................................................................... 1-800-Clemson

2009-10 Team Information 2008-09 Starters Returning/Lost........................................................4/2* Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................................12/2 Newcomers............................................................................................1

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach........................................... Cristy McKinney (NC State ’79) Overall Record (16 years)......................................... 262-214 (.550) Record at Clemson (4 years)........................................ 46-75 (.380) Asst. Coach/Recruiting Coord....................................................A.G. Hall . ..............................................................................(NC Central ’98) Assistant Coach...................................Todd Steelman (John Brown ’89) Assistant Coach............................................. Marla Brumfield (Rice ‘00) Director of WBB Operations.............................................Kanetra Queen . ..................................................................................(Clemson ’04) Athletic Trainer..................................................................Donna Bullock . ............................................................... (Southwest Louisana ’87) Graduate Assistant Coach............................................... Christie Rogers . ................................................................(Washington College ‘09) Strength and Conditioning Coach............................................................ Administrative Assistant........................................................ Shelly Geer WBB Phone........................................................................864.656.2212 Equipment Manager......................................Josh Runion (Clemson ’04)

Newcomers (1)......................................................................................... Keyrra Gillespie (Fr., 5-7, G); (13.9 ppg, 9.9 apg, 7.6 rpg, 5.5 spg) • Rated as the #18 point guard and a top-100 overall player in the 2009 recruiting class by Hoopgurlz

Program History First Year of Women’s Basketball................................................1976-76 All-Time Record (34 years)..........................................................615-418 All-Time Record in Littlejohn Coliseum........................................327-125 All-Time ACC Record (30 years).................................................224-222 Last NCAA Tournament Appearance................................................2002 Number of NCAA Tournament Appearances........................................15 ACC Championships..............................................................................2 Media Relations Assistant SID/WBB Contact..................................................... Jeff Kallin Email............................................................ KALLIN@clemson.edu Office Phone...............................................................864-656-1920 Cell Phone..................................................................508-944-3859 Mailing Address.......................................................................PO Box 31 . ........................................................................Clemson, SC 29633 Overnight Address...............................................Jervey Athletic Building . .........................................100 Perimeter Rd., Clemson, SC 29634

Starters Returning (4)............................................................................... Christy Brown, G (3.7 ppg, 1.6 apg, 16 starts) Lele Hardy, G/F (16.2 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 3.4 spg, 3.0 apg, 31 starts) April Parker, F/C (5.8 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 27 starts) Jasmine Tate, F (3.6 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 1.2 bpg, 17 starts) Other Key Returners................................................................................ Sthefany Thomas, G (8.1 ppg, 2.6 rpg) Kirstyn Wright, G (4.4 ppg, 1.8 rpg) Bryelle Smith, G (3.9 ppg, 1.4 apg, 1.4 rpg, 11 starts) Starters Lost (2)........................................................................................ Tasha Taylor, G (4.9 ppg, 3.1 apg, 2.2 rpg) Whitney Hood, F/C (7.2 ppg, 3.5 rpg)* * Started 16 games as a sophomore; transferred after the 08-09 season

2009-10 Returning Leaders Points................................................................Lele Hardy, 503, 16.2 pg Rebounds............................................................Lele Hardy, 261, 8.4 pg Assists...............................................................................Lele Hardy, 94 Field Goals......................................................................Lele Hardy, 186 Field Goal Attempts.........................................................Lele Hardy, 438 Field Goal Percentage (min 3 att/g).............................Shaniqua Pauldo, . ................................................................................ .448 (52-116) 3-Point Field Goals............................................................Lele Hardy, 40 3-Point Field Goal Attempts............................................. Lele Hardy, 119 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (2 att/g)..............................Bryelle Smith, . .................................................................................. .379 (22-58) Free Throws......................................................................Lele Hardy, 91 Free Throw Attempts.......................................................Lele Hardy, 130 Free Throw Percentage.......................... Sthefany Thomas, .735 (50-68) Blocks............................................................................Jasmine Tate, 36 Steals..............................................................................Lele Hardy, 106 Minutes..............................................................Lele Hardy, 964, 31.1 pg 2008-09 Review Overall Record................................................................................14-17 ACC Record/Finish....................................................................2-12/12th Record at Home..................................................................................7-9 Record on the Road............................................................................5-7 Record at Neutral Sites.......................................................................2-1 Post-season........................................................................................ NA


Table of Contents 2008-09 Team Information Quick Facts Table of Contents Roster, Alphabetical Roster, Numerical Roster, TV/Radio Media Information Directions Radio Broadcast Schedule TigerCast Clemson’s Trip to Canada Season Outlook 2008-09 Schedule Strength and Conditioning Info Clemson Locker Rooms PinkZone Information Orange Brigade, Booster Program

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Player Biographies Brown, Christy Campbell, Morganne Gillespie, Keyrra Hardy, Lele Mason, Lindsey McMinn, Morgan Parker, April Pauldo, Shaniqua Pinkstaff, Chelsey Smith, Bryelle Tate, Jasmine Thomas, Sthefany Welker, Lindsay Wright, Kirstyn

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Women’s Basketball Staff McKinney, Cristy Biography Against All Competition Timeline Clemson Superlatives Hall, A.G. - Assistant Coach Steelman, Todd - Assistant Coach Brumfield, Marla - Assistant Coach Queen, Kanetra - Director of Operations Bullock, Donna - Athletic Trainer Christie Rogers - Graduate Assistant Farrell, Andy - Video Services Support Staff

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2008-09 Schedule Information Husky Classic ACC/Big Ten Challenge Opponents 2009 ACC Tournament

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This is Clemson University Clemson Experience Campus Life This is Clemson, SC Vickery Hall - Enrichment Center Athletic Facilities Clemson Traditions Total Athlete Care and Performance Strength and Conditioning Athletic Training Community Service NCAA Compliance Barker, James F. - President Clemson Academic Programs Phillips, Dr. Terry Don - Athletic Director IPTAY, Athletic Booster Program

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Atlantic Coast Conference ClemsonTigers.com Clemson Athletics Year in Review 2008-09 Season Review Final Notes 2008-09 Results Final 2008 ACC Standings 2008-09 Statistics 2008-09 Superlatives 2008-09 Game-By-Game 2008-09 Box Scores Final ACC Team Statistical Rankings

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Clemson Records Class Records 106 Freshmen Single Game Records 106 Single Game Records, Individual 107-111 Miscellaneous Individual Records 111 Single Game Records, Team 112-115 Miscellaneous Team Records 115 Victory Margins 116 Season Records, Individual 117 Season Records, Team 118 Career Clubs 119 Career Records 119-121 Littlejohn Coliseum Records, Individual 122 Littlejohn Coliseum Records, Team 122 Attendance Records 123 Overtime Games 123 Record By Month 123 Record By Day 123 Record Versus ACC Teams 123 Winning Streaks 123 Halftime Comebacks 124 100-Point Games 125 Last Second Victories 125 Televised Games 126 Final Poll 127 Poll Notes 127 Record Against Top-25 Teams 127 Weekly Polls 127 ACC Statistical Rankings 128 NCAA Statistical Leaders 128

ACC Tournament, Timeline 129 ACC Tournament, Individual Records 130 ACC Tournament, Team Records 131 ACC Tournament, Overall Record 132 ACC Tournament, Seeds 132 ACC Tournament, Year-By-Year Results 132 ACC Tournament, Against Member Schools 133 NCAA Tournament, Timeline 134 NCAA Tournament, Individual Records 135-136 NCAA Tournament, Team Records 135 NCAA Tournament, All-Time Results 136 Against All Competition 137 All-Time Results 138-143 Last Time It Happened 144

Clemson History Historical Timeline Great Teams 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1995-96 1998-99 Post Player Tradition Perimeter Player Tradition Former Lady Tiger Standouts Former Coaches Year-By-Year Statistics Year-By-Year Results Yearly Leaders Starting Line-Ups Four-Year Starters Letterwinners Jersey Numbers All-Americans Player Honors Current/Former Overseas Players All-Tournament Selections Tournament Championships All-ACC Honorees ACC Player-of-the-Week ACC Academic Honor Roll Clemson Honors Career Statistics, All Players

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Credits: The 2009-10 edition of the Clemson women’s basketball media guide was written and designed by Assistant Sports Information Director Jeff Kallin. Special thanks to Sam Blackman, Shipp Daniel, and Philip Sikes for their contributions to this publication. Statistical and editorial assistance provided by Tim Bourret, Heath Bradley, Chelsea Earle, Katrina Eddie, Vickie Long, Trey McCurry, William Qualkinbush and Kristin Watkins. Photography Credits: Rob Biggerstaff, Rex Brown, Kerry Capps, Eddie Cliffe, Mark Crammer, Jeffrey A. Curka, David Greene, Simon C. Griffiths Photography. Scott Harke, Ben Hendricks, Heather Hirschman, Craig Mahaffey, Earle Martin, Lance McKinney, Charles Smith, Mark Sutton, Bob Waldrop, Pat Wright, Vern Verna and the Clemson Communications Center. Special thanks to Todd Steelman and Marla Brumfield for supplying pictures from Canada trip, which appear throughout the guide. This guide was printed by Martin Printing of Easley, SC. The front, back and inside covers were designed by Jeff Kallin of Clemson, SC.

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Roster Numerical # Name 0 Chelsey Pinkstaff 3 Bryelle Smith 4 Christy Brown 10 Kirstyn Wright 11 Lele Hardy 14 Keyrra Gillespie 21 April Parker 22 Sthefany Thomas 24 Jasmine Tate 31 Lindsey Mason 32 Morganne Campbell 33 Lindsay Welker 34 Morgan McMinn 44 Shaniqua Pauldo

Pos. G G G G G/F G F/C G F F/C G F G/F C

Hgt. 5-9 5-8 5-6 5-11 5-10 5-7 6-2 5-9 6-1 6-4 5-8 6-2 5-11 6-3

Exp. 1VL 1VL 3VL 2VL 3VL HS 2VL 2VL 2VL 1VL 3VL 1VL 1VL 1VL

Cl. So. *So. *Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. *Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. So. So.

Hometown Previous School Knoxville, TN Christian Academy of Knoxville Raleigh, NC Cary Academy Atlanta, GA Holy Innocents’ HS Stone Mountain, GA Stephenson HS Spartanburg, SC Spartanburg HS Statesville, NC Statesville HS Snellville, GA Western Carolina Wesley Chapel, FL Wesley Chapel HS Birmingham, AL Wenonah HS Woodstock, GA Etowah HS Fairburn, GA Sandy Creek HS Tifton, GA Tift County HS Hendersonville, NC North Henderson HS Macon, GA Luella (GA) HS

Alphabetical # Name 4 Christy Brown 32 Morganne Campbell 14 Keyrra Gillespie 11 Lele Hardy 31 Lindsey Mason 34 Morgan McMinn 21 April Parker 44 Shaniqua Pauldo 0 Chelsey Pinkstaff 3 Bryelle Smith 24 Jasmine Tate 22 Sthefany Thomas 33 Lindsay Welker 10 Kirstyn Wright

Pos. G G G G/F F/C G/F F/C C G G F G F G

Hgt. 5-6 5-8 5-7 5-10 6-4 5-11 6-2 6-3 5-9 5-8 6-1 5-9 6-2 5-11

Exp. 3VL 3VL HS 3VL 1VL 1VL 2VL 1VL 1VL 1VL 2VL 2VL 1VL 2VL

Cl. *Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. So. *Sr. So. So. *So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr.

Hometown Previous School Atlanta, GA Holy Innocents’ HS Fairburn, GA Sandy Creek HS Statesville, NC Statesville HS Spartanburg, SC Spartanburg HS Woodstock, GA Etowah HS Hendersonville, NC North Henderson HS Snellville, GA Western Carolina Macon, GA Luella (GA) HS Knoxville, TN Christian Academy of Knoxville Raleigh, NC Cary Academy Birmingham, AL Wenonah HS Wesley Chapel, FL Wesley Chapel HS Tifton, GA Tift County HS Stone Mountain, GA Stephenson HS

Head Coach: Cristy McKinney Assistant Coaches: A.G. Hall, Todd Steelman, Marla Brumfield Director of Basketball Operations: Kanetra Queen

Pronunciation Guide Morganne Campbell.................................MORE-gan Lele Hardy................................................... LEE-LEE Shaniqua Pauldo............................... Sha-NEE-kwha Bryelle Smith................................................ BREE-el Sthefany Thomas..................................... Stef-en-EE Kirstyn Wright........................................... KEER-sten Keyrra Gillespie......................................... KEE-ehr-a

Front Row (L-R): Keyrra Gillespie, Chelsey Pinkstaff, Christy Brown, Sthefany Thomas, Morganne Campbell, Bryelle Smith Back Row (L-R): Marla Brumfield, Cristy McKinney, Lele Hardy, Lindsay Welker, Shaniqua Pauldo, Lindsey Mason, April Parker, Jasmine Tate, Kirstyn Wright, Morgan McMinn, Todd Steelman, A.G. Hall


Photo Roster

Chelsey Pinkstaff 5-9 • So. • G Knoxville, TN

Bryelle Smith 5-8 • *So. • G Raleigh, NC

Christy Brown 5-6 • *Sr. • G Atlanta, GA

Kirstyn Wright 5-11 • Jr. • G Stone Mountain, GA

Lele Hardy 5-10 • Sr. • F/G Spartanburg, SC

Keyrra Gillespie 5-7 • Fr. • G Statesville, NC

April Parker 6-2 • *Sr. • F/C Snellville, GA

Sthefany Thomas 5-9 • Jr. • G Wesley Chapel, FL

Jasmine Tate 6-1 • Jr. • F Birmingham, AL

Lindsey Mason 6-4 • So. • F/C Woodstock, GA

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14 21 22 24 31 Morganne Campbell 5-8 • Sr. • G Fairburn, GA

Lindsay Welker 6-2 • So. • F Tifton, GA

Morgan McMinn 5-11 • So. • G/F Hendersonville, GA

Shaniqua Pauldo 6-3 • So. • C Macon, GA

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Media Information 2008-09 Women’s Basketball Media Guide This is your copy of the 2008-09 Clemson women’s basketball media guide. This publication is designed to assist the media in its coverage of Clemson Lady Tiger basketball during the 200809 season.

Email Distribution List Notes, stats, and other information are emailed out on a game-by-game basis from the Clemson SID office. Contact Jeff Kallin at kallin@clemson.edu to be placed on this email distribution list.

It is also intended to be used by fans and prospective Clemson students.

Interviews Please contact Jeff Kallin for any interviews with Clemson players and/or coaches. Interviews will not be granted on game days.

If you desire additional information on women’s basketball or other Clemson athletic programs, please contact the Sports Information Office in the Jervey Athletic Center at (864) 656-2114. ACC Coaches Teleconferences The 12 ACC head basketball coaches will be featured on a teleconference the Tuesday prior to the 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament. There will be a replay available on theACC.com. The media telephone number is (913) 312-1391. TUESDAY, MARCH 2 10:00a–10:10a......... Mike Petersen, Wake Forest 10:10a–10:20a.......Beth Dunkenberger, Virginia Tech 10:20a–10:30a.................... Debbie Ryan, Virginia 10:30a–10:40a..................Kellie Harper, NC State 10:40a–10:50a...... Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina 10:50a–11:00a.......................... Katie Meier, Miami 11:00a–11:10a................. Brenda Frese, Maryland 11:10a–11:20a.....MaChelle Joseph, Georgia Tech 11:20a–11:30a............. Sue Semrau, Florida State 11:30a–11:40a...............Joanne P. McCallie, Duke 11:40a–11:50a..............Cristy McKinney, Clemson 11:50a–12:00p...... Sylvia Crawley, Boston College ACC Media Relations Lindsey Rogers is the media relations contact for women’s basketball at the ACC Office. She can be contacted at the ACC Office in Greensboro, NC by phone at (336) 851-6062, extension 257 or by email at lrogers@theacc.org. Credentials We would appreciate receiving credential requests as early as you know your assignment. Requests for working press and photo passes are honored from sports editors of daily newspapers and radio and TV sports directors only. Student papers and publications devoted specifically to athletics at a school involved in a game at Clemson are also honored. Spouses, dates, non-workers and/or anyone 16 years of age or younger are not permitted in the press area. Requests should be made directly Jeff Kallin.

Internet Clemson boxscores, releases, statistics, player bios, livestats, and other items are available on the Internet. Find us at www.clemsontigers.com. Statistics are updated following every game. Game notes will also be provided in .pdf format. Postgame Interviews Postgame interviews will take place in the Littlejohn interview room. Head Coach Cristy McKinney will be available for interviews 10 minutes following the completion of the game. A member of the Clemson Sports Information office will retrieve requested players from the lockerroom. The lockerroom is closed to the media.

Jeff Kallin Assistant SID/Women’s Basketball Contact Information: Office Phone Cell Phone Email

(864) 656-1920 (508) 944-3859 kallin@clemson.edu

Sports Information Office SID Fax Mailing Address Overnight Address

(864) 656-0299 PO Box 31 Clemson, SC 29633 Jervey Athletic Center 100 Perimeter Rd. Clemson, SC 29634

Press Entrance to Littlejohn Coliseum Please enter Littlejohn Coliseum through the tunnel. The door is at the south end of the coliseum. Press Room Services The press room is located in the tunnel. Halftime, final stats and play-by-play are furnished to members of the working press. Wireless Internet access is available. Telephone Services To order phone lines for a broadcast or a telephone by your seat on press row, call Zelda Kleister, Clemson Telecommunications, at (864) 656-2601. Will Call Press will call is located in the tunnel of Littlejohn Coliseum. Directions to Littlejohn Coliseum From Atlanta, GA: Take I-85 north to Exit 14 in South Carolina. Take

a left, which crosses over the interstate, onto South Carolina Highway 187 until the road runs into U.S. Highway 76 and 28. Make a left at this traffic light. *Stay on this road until the Highway 93 exit, where you will exit and take a left at the stop light. The route runs into the Clemson campus. Stay straight until you reach the second stop light after the tennis courts (tennis courts will be on the left). Take a left at the stop light and Littlejohn Coliseum is on the left. From Columbia, SC: Take I-26 west and exit onto I-385 west until it reaches I-85. Take I-85 south until it reaches exit 19-B. Take exit 19-B and follow the directions from Atlanta starting at the * symbol to arrive at Littlejohn Coliseum. From Greenville, SC: Take I-85 south until it reaches exit 19-B. Take exit 19-B and follow the directions from Atlanta starting at the * symbol to arrive at Littlejohn Coliseum.


Clemson Tiger Sports Network Fans will once again be able to follow the Clemson women’s basketball team on the airwaves, regionally with Clemson Tiger Sports Properties and in Clemson with WCCP-FM (104.9). The Clemson Tiger Sports Network will is tentatively scheduled to broadcast 12 games for the 2009-10 season, including road games at Chattanooga, Charlotte, and Wake Forest. The network will also broadcast home games with South Carolina, Georgtown, Duke and Florida State, among others. All games will begin airing 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time. Don Munson will return for his seventh season as the play-by-play announcer. Munson took over for the 2003-04 season after the passing of legend Jim Phillips, who had broadcast numer-

ous Clemson games as the voice of the Tigers. He had previously worked with CTSN for several years as network host in the mid to late 1990s. Munson has also served as the play-by-play announcer for Appalachian State and UNC Asheville basketball, while also calling Western Carolina football and basketball. He currently serves as the play-by-play announcer for Clemson baseball games. Munson will be joined on the air by Kanetra Queen, who is in her fourth year as the full-time color commentator. Queen is no stranger to Clemson women’s basketball. Her current post is as the team’s Director of Basketball Operations, but she was also a four-year letDon Munson terwinner for the Lady Tigers and a three-time Academic All-ACC selection. Queen will also partner with Dan Scott for broadcasts on WCCP-FM. Scott joined the radio 2009-10 Tentative station in the late 1990s after a career as an award-winning Date Day Time sports editor and writer in West Nov. 19 Thur. 7:00 Virginia, Florida, North CaroDec. 12 Sat. 5:00 lina and Ohio. This season Dec. 28 Mon. 7:00 will be his fifth calling Clemson Dec. 30 Weds. 7:00 women’s basketball. Jan. 4 Mon. Noon Jan. 7 Thur. 7:00 Jan. 14 Thur. 7:00 Jan. 24 Sun. 2:00 Jan. 29 Fri. 6:30 Jan. 31 Sun. 2:00 Feb. 18 Thur. 7:00 Feb. 28 Sun. 2:00

Kanetra Queen

TigerCast TigerCast is a broadband network featuring live and on-demand webcasts of selected Clemson athletic events. Annual, monthly and singlegame passes are available. $7.95 PPV event (any live video - Last year’s ACC Select Content) • $9.95/month • $79.95/year In addition to all live broadcasted events, annual subscribers will be able to watch all of the existing pay-per-view events in the TigerCast library, as well as interviews with student-athletes and coaches, highlight videos and other exclusive features. Monthly subscribers will have access to all of the above, with the exception of the existing pay-per-view events. Subscriber Content:

CTSN Schedule Opponent vs. South Carolina at Chattanooga vs. Georgia vs. Georgetown at Charlotte vs. Duke vs. Florida State at Wake Forest vs. Boston College vs. NC State vs. Miami vs. Wake Forest

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9 Clemson traveled to the Vancouver area from August 5-14 and played six games, including two with the Canadian National Team. Clemson went 4-2 on the trip and partook in several team-building activities and tourist attractions.

Canada Trip Results: Game 1 – Fri., Aug. 7, 2009 – Langley Events Centre; Langley, BC Clemson, 61 Team Canada, 79 Game 2 - Fri., Aug. 7, 2009 – Langley Events Centre; Langley BC Clemson, 72 Trinity Western University, 52 Game 3 – Sat. Aug. 8, 2009 – Envision Athletics Centre; Abbotsford, BC Clemson, 42 Team Canada, 79 Game 4 - Sat. Aug. 8, 2009 – Envision Athletics Centre; Abbotsford, BC Clemson, 85 University of the Fraser Valley, 76 Game 5 – Sun. Aug. 9, 2009 – War Memorial Gym; Vancouver, BC Clemson, 94 University of British Columbia, 79 Game 6 – Wed. Aug. 12, 2009 – Vancouver Island Gym; Nanaimo, BC Clemson, 84 Vancouver Island University, 39


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Season Outlook It isn’t often that a team at the Division I level is able to boast 12 returning players with playing experience. This is exactly the case that Head Women’s Basketball Coach Cristy McKinney has to work with in her 200910 team. Among them is one of Clemson’s all-time greatest players, Lele Hardy, who was named third-team All-ACC and was named to the All-ACC defensive team for her efforts a season ago. To say Hardy is the on-court leader for the Lady Tigers is a bit of an understatement. She is the returning leader in scoring, rebounding, assists, steals, three-pointers made and attempted, field goals made and attempted, and free throws made and attempted. Hardy has seen her scoring average rise dramatically to 16.2 points per game in 2008-09, the highest mark for a Clemson player since Lakeia Stokes netted 17.0 a game in the 2003-04 season. She has scored 1,124 points in her career, 16th in Clemson history. Hardy also ranked fifth in the nation in steals in 2008-09 with 106 in 31 games for a 3.42 average and has 287 for her career. In fact, with a season of 94 or more steals, Hardy can move into the top 25 in NCAA history in career steals. Her 8.4 rebounds per game were the best since Erin Batth’s 8.7 per game during the 2000-01 season. “She came here as a great athlete. I think with the staff, she’s done a great job of letting us coach her, and learning to use her athleticism, while becoming a much more skilled basketball player,” said McKinney. “She has very good instincts, especially defensively. She gets her hand on so many balls, which you can’t teach. But, there are other things off the ball that we can teach to make her a better all-around defender. Offensively, her ability shoot the three really opened things up for her and that came through a lot of hard work from her and our staff. She has developed to compete amongst the best. I’d like to see her get drafted into the WNBA this year. I think she’s got all of the tools to do that. That’s why we are always pushing her to be better. While Hardy may be the biggest name coming back for the season, she is far from the only threat. McKinney has developed several players at each position, making many of the spots interchangeable, a testament to the flexibility of the system and the wide array of talent on the roster. In fact, nine returners started at least one game for the Tigers last season. The 2008-09 season was largely a step forward for the program, starting 8-2 and finishing 14-17. The Tigers also won their first round game in the ACC tournament for the second consecutive season, defeating fifth-seeded Georgia Tech.

Point Guards: Like most teams, Clemson’s will set the tone offensively and defensively with the point guard. In season’s past, the lead guard has been a fragile position, but with a fifth-year senior, a sophomore with a full season under her belt, and a top-100 freshman in the stable, this will be one of the deeper units in the conference. The point guards will be charged with the responsibility of pushing tempo and wreaking havoc defensively, using their depth to pressure opponents’ guards. Fifth-year senior Christy Brown has started 73 games in her career, a lead the team in total minutes played in two of the past three seasons. Brown is notorious for her quickness, even running for the track team during the 2007-08 season as a sprinter. She will be looked upon for leadership, as she has seen the floor a total of 2466 minutes in her career, second only to Hardy among active players. Bryelle Smith is the second of the trio of point guards. After sitting out her first season due to injury, Smith was a major contributor in 2008-09. She logged 11 starts and averaged 3.9 points and recorded 44 assists on the season. Her strengths lie in her court vision and penetration to the basket, but she also led the team in three-point shooting, hitting 22-59 (.379) from beyond the arc. She may be moved off the ball some to give the Tigers an option to spread the defense and take advantage of the positional flexibility. Freshman Keyrra Gillespie is the only freshman on the team and will be looked upon to run the team despite her youth. Gillespie joins the Tigers as the all-time leader in assists in North Carolina basketball history, notching 958 in her four-year career. She had averages of 13.8 points, 9.9 assists, 7.6 rebounds and 5.5 steals per game as a senior as she was named first-team all-state after going 26-4. She was ranked the #18 point guard in the country by HoopGurlz and will immediately push the upperclassmen for minutes. Coach McKinney on the Point Guard unit: “We have more depth than we’ve had in a long time. We have fifth-year senior Christy Brown, who is one of the quickest guards in the league, if not the quickest. We’d love to see her use that quickness to her advantage every single game and have a great senior season. Bryelle Smith got valuable time last season as a freshman and showed in several games what she is capable of. She’s a good scorer, shoots the ball well, and did some things penetrating the ball, and I’m hoping she’ll build on the success she had last year and become more consistent. Keyrra is going to really push the upperclassmen. I think she could see a lot of time. She’s a true point guard who makes people on the floor better. She sees the floor better than anyone else we have and just has a great feel for the game, and something you can’t really teach.” Wings: McKinney uses her shooting guard and small forward position virtually interchangeably, and her group of talented wing players will give the Tigers several options to score from virtually anywhere on the court. The corps is led by Hardy, who has developed into one of the premier players in the league. Hardy’s game revolves around her ability to dribble penetrate a finish around the basket. Throughout her three years, however, she has developed a reliable jump shot from mid range and even beyond the arc. She ranks ninth in Clemson history in three-point field goals made. She is also a fierce rebounder for her position, with a 7.5 per game career average. Hardy often draws the opponent’s best offensive scorer, and incredibly has recorded more steals (287) than turnovers (274) in her career. The Tigers next weapon from the wing is junior Sthefany Thomas. Thomas was second on the team in scoring at 8.1 per game and was extremely consistent from her freshman year to her sophomore campaign. She has appeared in 62 games with 12 starts under her belt, and recorded 17.8 points per 40 minutes her sophomore season. Thomas is an excellent scorer who can shoot from anywhere and is very good at using her jumper to help her open up her lanes to the rim. She will be counted upon at both wing spots and can handle the ball if need be. Senior Morganne Campbell is Clemson’s defensive stopper. She has made 35 starts in 73 appearances, and is a capable shooter from the wing and excels in transition. Campbell is often counted upon to make stops against many players at either guard or small forward position. She will give the Tigers a floor general defensively and a solid option in the half court offense. Kirstyn Wright is a dangerous player with exceptional range on her jump shot and a knack for flare with the ball in her hand. She is a fiery competitor who is able to navigate in transition and can stretch the defense with her shooting. She has improved her free throw stroke and is


Season Outlook can be a difficult match up with the ball in her hands.

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2009-10 Schedule

McKinney on the Wings: “Lele Hardy is a huge key, and has Date Day OpponentNOTE Location Local Time TV gotten better every year, and we think she can be a better player Nov. 2 Mon. ANDERSON UNIVERSITY (exh.) CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm this season than she ever has before. What we need for her to Nov. 13 Fri. v. FURMANC CLEMSON, SC 5:30pm do is to continue to improve her weaknesses. It’s what has taken her from a good player as a sophomore to an all-conference Nov. 16 Mon. @ College of Charleston Charleston, SC 7:00pm player as a junior. We think she can take the next step. Nov. 19 Thu. v. SOUTH CAROLINA CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm We need consistency from our other players. A lot of the Nov. 24 Tue. @ Kennesaw St. Kennesaw, GA 7:00pm players now have two years of experience. Keeping Morganne Nov. 27 Fri. v. RichmondA Storrs, CT 5:00pm Campbell healthy will be important because she is so competitive and is such a good defender. Kirstyn Wright is a really talentNov. 28 Sat. v. HofstraA Storrs, CT 5:00pm ed kid. I think she’s matured as a player and a person and I think Nov. 29 Sun. @ ConnecticutA Storrs, CT 4:30pm you’ll see that on the court. Sthefany Thomas showed flashes of Dec. 3 Thu. @ NorthwesternB Evanston, IL 7:00pm BTEN really being tough. She can score but we didn’t get consistency, and we’re really looking for that out of her.” Dec. 6 Sun. v. CHARLESTON SOUTHERNC CLEMSON, SC 4:00pm Dec. 12 Sat. @ UT-Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN 5:00pm Frontcourt: Dec. 15 Tue. v. USC-UPSTATE CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm A season ago, the Tigers’ five returning post players comDec. 19 Sat. @ Ohio Athens, OH 2:00pm bined to average 15.5 points, 12.8 rebounds, and 2.6 blocks per game. These are solid numbers, but the team will no doubt Dec. 21 Mon. v. WOFFORD CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm look to the bigs for more production offensively and on the glass. Dec. 28 Mon. v. GEORGIA CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm Clemson will rely on senior April Parker to lead the group, havDec. 30 Wed. v. GEORGETOWN CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm ing started 27 games a season ago. She was the fourth leading Jan. 4 Mon. @ Charlotte Charlotte, NC 12:00pm scorer at 5.8 ppg, and has a reliable jumper to help stretch the defense. She is also a feisty defender and rebounder. Jan. 7 Thu. v. DUKE* CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm Jasmine Tate saw her minutes pick up as the season wore on, Jan. 11 Mon. @ Georgia Tech* Atlanta, GA 7:00pm RSN eventually starting 17 games after having a reserve role for much Jan. 14 Thu. v. FLORIDA ST.* CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm of her career. She is one of the better athletes on the floor, and can really press defensively. She lead the team in shot-blocking, Jan. 22 Fri. @ North Carolina* Chapel Hill, NC 8:30pm RSN recording 36, despite playing 16.6 minutes per game. She is able Jan. 24 Sun. @ Wake Forest* Winston-Salem, NC 2:00pm to get to the line with relative frequency, attempting the third most Jan. 29 Fri. v. BOSTON COLLEGE* CLEMSON, SC 6:30pm RSN tries on the team. Many of her opportunities come from offensive Jan. 31 Sun. v. NC STATE* CLEMSON, SC 2:00pm rebounds and low entry feeds from the perimeter. Sophomore Shaniqua Pauldo showed flashes of her talent Feb. 4 Thu. @ Virginia* Charlottesville, VA 7:00pm a season ago when she scored a career-high 23 points on 11-17 Feb. 8 Mon. v. GEORGIA TECH* CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm from the floor in the Tigers’ ACC tournament win against Georgia Feb. 11 Thu. @ Florida St.* Tallahassee, FL 7:00pm Tech. She has excellent touch around the basket and will be a Feb. 14 Sun. @ Maryland* College Park, MD 2:00pm crucial contributor at the power forward and center spots. Her size and strength around the basket make her a tough draw for Feb. 18 Thu. v. MIAMI* CLEMSON, SC 7:00pm opposing defenders and she finishes well near the rim. Feb. 25 Thu. @ Virginia Tech* Blacksburg, VA 7:00pm Lindsey Mason and Lindsay Welker will also see minutes at Feb. 28 Sun. v. WAKE FOREST* CLEMSON, SC 2:00pm the frontcourt positions, likely in reserve roles. Mason’s length is oone of her biggest assets, and she does a good job of gegtting Mar. 4-7 Thu.-Sun. ACC TOURNAMENTD Greensboro, NC TBA position around the rim. She is a good shot changer and her A - WBCA Classic - Storrs, CT B - ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Chicago, IL size helps her get to some difficult rebounds. Welker can pay C - Part of Doubleheader with MBB D - Greensboro Coliseum - Greensboro, NC the wing spot or the forward spot and has a quick three-point release. She will likely go back and forth between the three and After braving a tough out-of-conference schedule, the Tigers should be four and help spell her teammates off the bench. hardened to begin play in the nation’s top conference. Nine of the Tigers’ McKinney on the Front Court: “They are just getting better. They are opponents were in the field of 64 for the NCAA tournament a season ago, getting more confident and smarter and making better basketball deci- while five more participated in the WNIT. That means 14 of Clemson’s 26 sions. Especially, April and Jasmine, but even Pauldo and Mason and opponents participated in some form of postseason play, making it one of Welker are too. A year of experience is going to show. April is just very the top schedules in the preseason. solid. She is our most consistent post player offensively and defensively. Jasmine is our most explosive post player, and she is very explosive. Conclusion: McKinney’s 2009-10 group is one of the most well-rounded she has She’s a kid that has just gotten better and better. Shaniqua showed at the end of last season what she is capable of offensively, and I think she is had at Clemson. She has options at every positions and cross-trains the players so that they are able to be flexible. The Tigers will play at a fast learning what it is going to take to do that on a consistent basis.” tempo and have excellent opportunities to showcase their talents against the best. The team no doubt faces one of the top schedules in the nation, The Schedule The staff has negotiated a difficult slate in preparation for conference but with the mix of talent, athleticism, size, depth, and experience, this team play. The highlight of the schedule is a Thanksgiving trip to Storrs, Conn., is ready to compete with the best. “I think this program has really grown. We have had some growing where the Tigers will hook up with Richmond, Hofstra, and the defend- ing National Champion UConn Huskies. Early road tilts with College of pains, there’s no doubt about that,” said McKinney. “I think this year people Charleston and Kennesaw State will help prepare the team for the tough are really going to see some results. This team is starting to understand ACC schedule. The team will travel to Northwestern for the ACC/Big 10 what it takes to compete at the highest level. I do think the depth is going Challenge in a rematch of Clemson’s 78-75 overtime win from 2008-09. to allow us to play an up-tempo and aggressive style, which is a fun style to The home schedule is highlighted by games against South Carolina watch and for student-athletes to play.” on Nov. 19, Georgia on Dec. 28, and Georgetown on Dec. 30. Clemson will also host several schools located in South Carolina in Anderson University in an exhibition on Nov. 2, Furman in the regular season opener, Charleston Southern on Dec. 6, USC-Upstate on Dec. 15, and Wofford on Dec. 21. The final tune-ups before conference play include road games at Ohio University and at Charlotte.


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Pink Zone

The Lady Tigers raised over $6,000 last year for breast cancer research. Mission Statement The WBCA Pink Zone™ initiative is a global, unified effort for the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s (WBCA) nation of coaches to assist in raising breast cancer awareness on the court, across campuses, in communities and beyond. History The WBCA began the WBCA Pink Zone, formerly known as “Think Pink,” in 2007 as an initiative to raise breast cancer awareness in women’s basketball, on campuses and in communities. In 2007, more than 120 schools unified for this effort and helped make the inaugural year a success. In 2008, over 1,100 teams and organizations participated, reaching over 830,000 fans and raising over $930,000 for breast cancer awareness and research. WBCA Pink Zone™ 2010 The Pink Zone dates for 2009-10 will February 12-21.


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Booster Program

Orange Brigade

One of the most important and visible aspects of the Clemson women’s basketball program is the booster club known as the Orange Brigade. In the fall of 1989, the club was formed by former head coach Jim Davis and promotions director John Seketa as a means to provide and promote support for the women’s basketball program at Clemson. It was organized to help the team develop a fan base through season ticket sales that would also give positive encouragement for the players. The group has a variety of members, from faculty and staff to community leaders and senior citizens. Clemson students, as well as families and friends, are also part of the organization. The Orange Brigade meets following various home games for a reception. Season ticket and membership drives are held prior to the start of the season. Each year, the team and club hold an annual dinner, which provides an opportunity for fans and supporters to meet the new players and encourage them before the season begins. Membership to the Orange Brigade is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Shelly Geer in the women’s basketball office at (864) 656-2212.


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Christy

BROWN

5’6” • *Sr. • Guard • Atlanta, GA

2008-09 • Saw action in all 31 games and averaged nearly 20 minutes per game • Started 12 of the first 14 games of the year but came off the bench for most of the conference season • Played fewer minutes than in her freshman and sophomore seasons due to the return of Tasha Taylor and emergence of Bryelle Smith, averaged 3.7 points per game with 49 assists for the year • Still ranks among the top 10 for her career assist per game average • Rebounded from a less-than-stellar performance in the season opener to score six points and commit just one turnover against Presbyterian two days later • Was 4-for-5 from the field for 10 points in just 19 minutes of play against Winthrop on Nov. 25; also had a pair of steals and assists with three rebounds in the game • Followed that with a solid performance versus Kent State in the first game of the Husky Classic in Seattle, WA; hit a trio of field goals while collecting four steals and four rebounds to help Clemson to victory • Best game of the season in terms of assists was in the Lady Tigers’ overtime victory against Northwestern in the ACC/Big Ten Championship; tallied seven as Clemson shot 43.2% from the field • Recorded a trio of assists in three of the next four games • Knocked down four free throws on four attempts at Florida State on Jan. 11 in just 19 minutes of play • Averaged 6.0 points over a five-games stretch from Jan. 23 to Feb. 4, one of the toughest for Clemson in 2008-09 • Scored 10 points in the final game of the run as she was 3-for-6 from the field and hit her only three-point attempt; also had two steals in the contest against Western Carolina • Played just 18 minutes in the final home game of the season, versus Georgia Tech, but had four points, three assists, two rebounds and two steals • Started the team’s opening round game in the ACC Tournament against the Yellow Jackets but played just seven minutes • Had three steals and scored four points in the season finale against North Carolina in the quarterfinals of the conference tournament • Shot 71.9-percent from the free throw line for the season and had 39 steals, second-most on the team. 2007-08 • Played in 30 games with 28 starts at the point in the 2007-08 season, missing the one game due to an injury • Led team with 110 assists and ranked third with an 8.7 scoring average • Played a team-high 32.4 minutes per game • Scored in double figures in 10 games in 2007-08 • Was Clemson’s top scorer in six games - had 14 against Western Carolina on Nov. 11; posted 15 points in the first half in the win over Duquesne on Nov. 14; suffered an injury just two minutes into the second period that sidelined her for the remainder of the game; scored 11 points in defeat of JMU on Dec. 7; had 20 points in win at Wake Forest on Jan. 14; posted 11 against Duke on Feb. 13; had 17 against Georgia Tech on Feb. 24 • Matched her career high of nine assists in two games in 2007-08; first was against 20th-ranked Michigan State in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Nov. 29; then had nine at Virginia on Feb. 21 • Also had a then-career-best six rebounds against the Spartans • Tallied at least five assists in 11 games in 2007-08 • Recorded seven assists in a trio of games - against Charleston Southern on Dec. 16; at Charlotte on Jan. 2; versus Duke on Feb. 13 • Had drained a trio of three-pointers against the Dukes, matching a personal best, before leaving the game early in the second half due to an injury • Was 3-for-3 from behind the three-point line against Siena in the Coors Classic on Nov. 24 to finish with 14 points • Hit a critical free throw against Furman on Dec. 5 to help secure the Clemson win; the shot put the Lady Tigers up by four with less than 15 seconds remaining and they went on to win 58-52; she finished with 13 points, four rebounds and three assists • Handed out 7 assists to go along with 8 points and 5 rebounds to held lead the


Meet the Players Lady Tigers to a victory over Charleston Southern on Dec. 16 • Win at Wake Forest on Jan. 14 was one of her best of the season; along with 20 points (8-15), had five assists and two rebounds while committing just three turnovers in 39 minutes of play • Followed that game with another superb performance at Virginia Tech just three days later; scored 19 points and was 8-for-9 from the free throw line with five assists, two steals and just two turnovers • The eight free throws tied her career high • Scored in double figures in three straight games; against #12 Duke on Feb. 13 (11), at Virginia on Feb. 21 (11) and against Georgia Tech on Feb. 24 (17) • Against Florida State in regular season finale, had 13 points on 6-for-10 shooting to help Clemson achieve its largest come-from-behind victory against an ACC opponent in history • Collected a career-high nine rebounds in the Lady Tigers’ win over NC State in the ACC Tournament • Concluded season with eight points, four assists and three steals against North Carolina in the second round of the ACC Tournament • Earned the team’s Playmaker Award. In 2006-07 • Was named to the 2007 ACC All-Freshman Team, joining classmate Lele Hardy to mark the first time in program history that multiple Clemson players made the list • Led all conference rookies for assists per game and ranked fourth for steals and fifth in scoring • Also ranked fourth in the ACC overall with a 4.73 assist per game average • Totaled a team-high 142 assists in her first year leading the offense while only turning the ball over 110 times during the season for a 1.29 assist-to-turnover ratio that was listed seventh in the league • Started 29 of Clemson’s 30 games during the 2006-07 season at the point guard position, with her only nonstarting assignment due to an illness • Led the team in minutes played with 899 for a 30.0 per game average while averaging 7.8 points and 2.1 rebounds per game • Led the Lady Tigers in assists 19 times during the season and also held high-scorers honors on two occasions • Was just one assist away from a double-double in her first career game, led team with 17 points and had nine assists against Arkansas on Nov. 10. The game was her first contest in nearly a year and a half after red-shirting the 2005-06 season to rehab an ACL injury. • Tallied nine assists two more times in 2006-07 - against St. John’s on Nov. 24 at the Dead River Company Classic in Orono, ME and in Clemson’s victory over Wake Forest on Feb. 15 • Also had 11 points on 5-of-9 shooting against the Demon Deacons • Had her most productive night from the field in the first match-up against Wake Forest in Winston-Salem on Jan. 5. She hit a season-high eight field goals in that contest, including 2-of-2 from three-point range, for an 18-point performance that led the Lady Tigers. The game was also one of five times that she collected five rebounds • Ranked second on the team with 14 points against Maine on Nov. 25. She drained a three with 12 seconds remaining to tie the score at 78-78 before Maine hit a shot as time expired • Also scored in double figures against Chattanooga on Nov. 13 (14); at James Madison on Dec. 6 (13); versus Kennesaw State on Dec. 10 (10); at Tennessee Tech on Dec. 17 (13); against Wofford on Dec. 22 (17); versus Florida State on Jan. 18 (10); and at Duke on Feb. 5 (12) • Hit a season-high three three-pointers against the Dukes of James Madison • Collected four steals in four games in the 2006-07 season (Furman on Nov. 29; Tennessee Tech on Dec. 17; Kennesaw State on Dec. 10 and North Carolina on Jan. 11) • In her first career ACC Tournament game, handed out seven assists against Virginia with six points and four rebounds • Received the team’s Playmaker, Hustle and Leadership awards at the post-season banquet. In 2005-06 • Red-shirted

Before Clemson • Lettered four years in track and field and basketball at Holy Innocents Episcopal School • First-team All-State selection in AA classification her senior year • Second-team All-State basketball player as a junior • North/South Player of the Year as a junior • Member of the Atlanta Tip-Off Club team and AAU 16-and-under All-American • McDonalds and WBCA High School All American Nominee • Scored over 1500 career points • Region Player of the year senior year • State champion as a junior in the 100m, 200m, and long jump • Set Georgia high school long jump record as a senior, breaking her own mark set as a junior • Played basketball for Liz Kennedy at Holy Innocents. Personal • Born August 18, 1987 • Majoring in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management.

Year GP GS Min 2006-07 30 29 899 2007-08 30 28 973 2008-09 31 16 594 TOTAL 91 73 2466

Total Avg FG FGA 30.0 91 239 32.4 102 281 19.2 43 119 27.1 236 639

Career Highs Category High Points...........................20 vs. Wake Forest, 1/14/08 Field Goals Made.............8 vs. Wake Forest, 1/5/07 .......................................8 vs. Wake Forest, 1/14/08 Field Goal Attempts......16 vs. Chattanooga, 11/16/08 Free Throws Made.............8 vs. Arkansas, 11/11/06 Free Throw Attempts..........9 vs. Arkansas, 11/11/06 3-Pointers Made..............................3 vs. several (3) 3-Point Attempts.............7 vs. Chattanooga, 11/16/06 Rebounds.............................. 9 vs. NC State, 3/6/08 Assists.............................................9 vs. several (5) Blocked Shots.................................1 vs. several (7) Steals..............................................4 vs. several (5)

Brown’s Career Statistics 3-Point Rebounds Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot .381 19 65 .292 34 57 .596 21 42 63 .363 21 78 .269 36 57 .632 10 65 75 .361 7 30 .233 23 32 .719 24 37 61 .369 47 173 .272 93 146 .637 55 144 199

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk 2.1 54 1 142 110 3 2.5 48 0 110 107 3 2.0 40 0 49 43 4 2.2 142 1 301 260 10

Stl 40 34 39 113

Pts 235 261 116 612

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Morganne

CAMPBELL

5’8” • Sr. • Guard • Fairburn, GA

2008-09 • Missed the first month of the season due to an injury suffered during fall workouts and never recaptured the health and productivity of her sophomore season • Played in 20 games once she returned and averaged 13.2 minutes per game • Scored in double figures twice and started seven games • Returned to the court for Clemson’s overtime win against Northwestern in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge; played 12 minutes with four points, three rebounds and three steals • Saw minutes in the Lady Tigers’ next two games but totaled just three points and a pair of rebounds • Did not play against Georgia on Dec. 22 but returned from the holiday break to post one of her top performances of the season • Scored 12 points on 4-for-6 shooting, knocking down a pair of three-pointers and tallying three assists • Averaged 2.0 points and just under 12 minutes of play in the next five games before earning the first starting assignment of the season • Played 23 minutes in the win at Wake Forest on Jan. 18; had three rebounds and two steals but did not score in the game • The following game against Charleston Southern, was 5-for-6 from the free throw line and totaled nine points with a season-high six rebounds in helping lead the Lady Tigers to a victory • Was in the starting line-up for the next four games as well • Played just 18 minutes over the following four games and recorded just one rebound in the stretch • Then played a season-high 24 minutes in the final home game of the season against Georgia Tech; posted 11 points on 5-of-9 shooting with a two blocked shots • Was one of just two players in double figures in the game versus the Yellow Jackets and the performance was rewarded with the start against N.C. State to close out the regular season • Did not play in the ACC Tournament • Averaged 2.8 points and 1.7 rebounds for the year with 18 steals and 11 assists 2007-08 Highlights: Earned the first start of her career in the season opener and started 28 of 31 games during the year …ranked 26th in the ACC for minutes played with 28.61 per game …only Clemson player to play a 40-minute game in 2007-08 (Chattanooga). • Played in all 31 games, averaging 28.6 minutes per game to rank second on the team. • Nearly doubled her scoring average from her freshman season to 8.7 points per game, third highest on the team. • Increased her rebounding average by almost two boards per game to 3.4 in 2007-08, while also posting highest numbers in every statistical category. • Typically earned the team’s toughest defensive assignment. • Had 51 steals, 36 assists and 10 blocked shots on the year. • Scored in double figures in 15 games as one of the team’s most consistent players. Led the team in scoring in four games (13 vs. Maine; 16 at Arkansas; 13 vs. Boston College; 12 at Virginia). • Career high of 18 came in thrilling fashion; she had a put-back as time expired to give Clemson a win over Florida State in the regular season finale; had helped the Lady Tigers to erase a 14-point halftime deficit. • Earned the first starting assignment of her career against Maine in the season opener and responded with 13 points, seven rebounds and six steals. • The six steals set a career high. • Led the team with a personal-best nine rebounds against Vanderbilt on Nov. 20. Had just four points but contributed with three steals. • Named to the Coors Classic All-Tournament team over the Nov. 23-24 weekend after helping the Lady Tigers win the title. Totaled 18 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 steals in the two games while playing an average of 36 minutes per game. • Led the team with a then career-high 16 points against Arkansas on Dec. 2. Was 3-for-4 from three-point range with four rebounds, three steals and a pair of assists in the contest. • Drained a pair of free throws with 15 seconds remaining to help secure a 58-52 Clemson win over Furman on Dec. 5. • Had her fourth straight game in double figures against James Madison on Dec. 7 with 10. • Led team with 13 points on 6-for-11 shooting against Boston College on Jan. 28; her first double figure scoring game since Dec. 7 against the Dukes. • Was one of only two players in double figures in the win over Wake Forest on Feb. 3 with 11 points and five rebounds. • Led team with 12 points at Virginia on Feb. 21 while setting a season-high with four assists.


Meet the Players • Hit 7-of-8 free throws against NC State in the first round of the ACC Tournament and finished with 11 points; both the seven made free throws and eight attempts were personal bests. • Then scored 12 points versus top-seeded North Carolina in the quarterfinals; was 5-for-6 from the line that day for an 85.7 free throw percentage in the tournament. • Took home five awards at the post-season banquet, winning the Most Improved Award, the Hustle Award, Best Defensive Player Award, the Strength & Conditioning Award and the Best Field Goal Percentage Award. In 2006-07 • Demonstrated her willingness to work hard and her ability to contribute in her first season as a Lady Tiger in 2006-07 • Played in 22 games during the season, missing seven early in the season due to a bout with mono and sitting out the Virginia Tech contest with a stomach ailment • Averaged 16.3 minutes off the bench for Head Coach Cristy McKinney with 4.5 points and 1.5 rebounds per game averages • Had one of the top free throw percentages on the team, shooting 72.7-percent (2433) • Was one of only two players to score in double figures against South Carolina on Nov. 20 as she had 10 points and was 4-for-4 from the free throw line in the game. She also tallied two steals and two blocked shots against the Gamecocks • Tallied four blocks during the season • Season high of 12 points came at Florida State on Feb. 22 as she drained both threepoint attempts while going 4-for-5 on free throws • Pulled down five rebounds against Charleston on Nov. 13, the most for the year • Had three rebounds in a trio games - against Maine on Nov. 25, at Miami on Jan. 28 and versus Wake Forest on Feb. 15 • Handed out a season-best five assists in win over St. John’s at the Dead River Company Classic on Nov. 24 • Recorded multiple steals in three games during 2006-07, including the South Carolina contest, and had two against Charleston and St. John’s • Had a perfect night from the foul line, going 4-for-4, against third-ranked Maryland on Jan. 25. She totaled nine points that game • Played at least 10 minutes in 15 games during 2006-07, including the last nine games of the season, excluding the Virginia Tech contest • Played 29 minutes in South Carolina game, as well as at Miami on Jan. 28 and at NC State on Feb. 8 • Played 11 minutes in her first ACC Tournament game with three points and two rebounds against Virginia • Received the Coaches Award and Strength and Conditioning Award at the post-season banquet. Before Clemson • A quick, hard-working guard from Fairburn, GA who shoots the ball extremely well • Lettered four years at Sandy Creek High School, guiding the Patriots to two AAAA regional championships, in 2005 and 2006 • Was named the All-Area Player of the Year by the Atlanta Journal Constitution in 2006 • Also received an All-State team selection by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association in for the 2005-06 season • Earned a nomination for the McDonald’s All-American team as a senior • Selected as the Fayette Neighbor and the Fayette Daily News Player of the Year, also as a senior • Was named to the Fayette Neighbor and Fayette Daily News first team in 2006 Personal • Father Tracy was a fullback on the University of Illinois football team from 1973-75 • Born July 24, 1988 • Major is therapeutic recreation.

Year GP GS Min 2006-07 22 0 358 2007-08 31 28 886 2008-09 20 7 263 TOTAL 73 35 1507

Total Avg FG FGA 16.3 32 90 28.6 97 223 13.2 21 71 20.6 150 384

Career Highs Category............................................................ High Points............................ 18 vs. Florida State, 3/2/08 Field Goals Made............................6 vs. several (4) Field Goal Attempts....................... 11 vs. several (5) Free Throws Made................ 7 vs. NC State, 3/6/08 Free Throw Attempts............. 8 vs. NC State, 3/6/08 3-Pointers Made.................. 3 vs. Arkansas, 12/2/07 3-Point Attempts.....................5 vs. Virginia, 2/21/08 Rebounds......................... 9 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/20/07 Assists.............................. 5 vs. St. John’s, 11/24/06 Blocked Shots.......... 2 vs. South Carolina, 11/20/06 ..................................... 2 vs. Georgia Tech, 2/22/09 Steals....................................... 6 vs. Maine, 11/9/07

Campbell’s Career Statistics 3-Point Rebounds Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot .356 10 27 .370 24 33 .727 16 16 32 .435 16 58 .276 55 88 .625 35 70 105 .296 6 25 .240 8 10 .800 10 24 34 .391 32 110 .291 87 131 .664 61 110 171

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1.5 31 1 14 26 4 14 98 4.5 3.4 62 1 36 72 10 51 265 8.5 1.7 23 0 11 20 7 18 56 2.8 2.3 116 2 61 118 21 83 419 5.7

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Keyrra

GILLESPIE

5’7” • Fr. • Guard • Statesville, NC

Before Clemson • Lone player in the signing class, but she will have an opportunity to impact the team early in her career. • Led Statesville (NC) High School to a 26-4 record and the quarterfinals of the state tournament in the 3A division • Voted first team all-state by the Associated Press after averaging 13.8 points, 9.9 assists, 7.6 rebounds and 5.5 steals per game • First-team selection in 2007-08. • Set North Carolina records for assists in a single season with 298 in 2008-09 and over a career with 953. • Only player in state history to have reached the 900-assist mark during her career. • Named to the 2009 All-Observer (Charlotte) Women’s Basketball Team • Rated as the #18 point guard and a top-100 overall player in the 2009 recruiting class by Hoopgurlz.


Lele

HARDY

5’10” • Sr. • G/F • Spartanburg, SC

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Highlights • Was a Third-Team All-ACC Selection, Clemson’s first all-conference player since 2004 • Also named to the six-member ACC All-Defensive Team to become just the third different player in program history to earn the honor • Scored the 1,000th point of her career during the 2008-09 season; only the 21st player in school history to reach the milestone • Ranks 16th on Clemson’s all-time scoring list with 1,124 points through three seasons • Set an ACC record for steals in a two-game stint at the conference championship; had seven against Georgia Tech in the opening round and five versus North Carolina in the quarterfinals • Ranked fifth nationally in steals per game with a 3.4 average • Let the league in steals per game and ranked among the top 15 in scoring (#5), rebounding (#7), defensive rebounds (#3), three-point field goals made per game (14th), threepoint field goal percentage (14th) and assist-to-turnover (14th) • Widened her margin over the second-ranked player in school history for career steals per game with a current 3.12 average • Moved into second place in Clemson history for steals all-time with 287; is just 40 shy of the record In 2008-09 • Led Clemson in scoring (16.2 ppg), rebounding (8.4 rpg), steals (106), three-point field goals (40), free throws (91) and minutes played (31.1 pg); trailed Tasha Taylor by just one assist for the team high with 94 • Her 106 steals were the second-most for a single season in Clemson history, giving her two of the top three marks (she had 98 as a freshman) • Named the MVP of the Husky Classic after averaging a double-double the two games; had 22 points and 11 rebounds against Kent State in the opener and followed with a 22-point, nine-rebound performance against host-Washington • Set a career high with 32 points against Georgia State on Nov. 22; the 32 points were the most for a Lady Tiger in nearly exactly five years • Was 12-for-18 from the field that day while also draining 5-of-6 from three-point range • Scored in double figures in all but five games in 2008-09 and was the team’s leading scorer 21 times • Also led the team in rebounding in 19 games and in assists in 10 games • Had eight double-doubles for the year • Was the only Lady Tiger to score 20 points in a game, doing so eight times • Also the only Clemson player to start all 31 games • Opened the season with 19 points and three steals at Furman but played just 24 minutes due to foul trouble • Averaged 15.0 points, 6.0 steals and 8.5 rebounds in the next two games against Presbyterian and South Carolina before her 32-point afternoon • Struggled shooting against Winthrop on Nov. 25 but still made significant contributions to the victory with 11 rebounds, four assists and four steals • Rebounded with her performance in the Husky Classic over the Thanksgiving weekend • Had her third straight game of at least 20 points against Northwestern on Dec. 4; her buzzer-beating prayer from just passed half-court sailed through the basket to send the game into overtime and gave Clemson the momentum for the victory; finished with 21 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists • Recorded back-to-back double-doubles against Ohio and Chattanooga before coming two boards shy of the statistic in each of the next two games • Played 34 minutes while battling an illness against Charlotte on Jan. 2; still tallied four steals with six rebounds and six points • Set a personal best with 15 rebounds in Clemson’s ACC opener at Miami on Jan. 5; also had 13 points and six assists against the Hurricanes • Had a perfect 5-for-5 night from the foul line with seven rebounds, five steals and three assists as the Lady Tigers came close to upsetting then-ranked #2 North Carolina on Jan. 8 • After a 12-point, eight-rebound game against Florida State, scored 22 and drained a trio of three-pointers versus #12 Maryland on Jan. 15 • Then had three straight doubles-doubles against Wake Forest (19 points; 12 rebounds), Charleston Southern (14 points; 15 rebounds) and Boston College (19 points; 11 rebounds)

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Meet the Players • Hit all nine of her free throw attempts against the Eagles • Had solid showings against Virginia on Jan. 26; Virginia Tech on Jan. 28 and Georgia Tech on Feb. 1 • Turned in a 19-point, 12-rebound performance against non-conference opponent Western Carolina on Feb. 4; also had four assists and three steals in the game • Followed with 20 points against Wake Forest on Feb. 8 before an atypical game at #4 Duke on Feb. 13 • Rebounded to go 10-for-17 from the field for 21 points against #11 Florida State on Feb. 19; collected eight rebounds with six steals in the game • Scored 7 points with three steals and three assists in Clemson’s final home game of the season versus Georgia Tech • Was held to eight points in the regular season finale at NC State; managed eight rebounds with four assists against the Wolfpack • Led team with eight rebounds and seven steals in the first round game against Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament; also posted 10 points with four assists in the historic win for the Lady Tigers • With five steals against North Carolina in the quarterfinals, set the league record for steals in two games; bettered the previous mark of 10 which she had tied in the 2008 tournament and now has 25 steals in five career ACC Tournament games • Took home six team awards at the post-season banquet; was voted as the team’s MVP for the second straight year and received the Leading Rebounder, Best Defensive Player, Coaches, Strength and Conditioning and Annie Tribble Leadership awards

In 2007-08 • Started 29 games and played in all 31 in 2007-08. • Led team in rebounding with a 7.1 per game average that also ranked 14th in the ACC. • Average of 2.71 steals per game was fourth-best in the conference, while also ranking in the top 15 in assists, assist to turnover ratio and offensive rebounding; had 83 for the season. • Ranked second on the team in scoring, averaging 8.8 per game in 2007-08. • Tallied 105 assists for the year as well, just five behind starting point guard Christy Brown after assuming a back-up point role with the injuries suffered among the team. • Scored in double figures in the team’s final six games and in 15 games overall. • Had a season-high 20 points in Clemson’s come-from-behind, last-second victory at Florida State to conclude the regular season; also had 10 rebounds against the Seminoles for one of her seven double-doubles on the year. • Just missed a triple double in the Lady Tigers’ win over NC State in the opening round of the ACC Tournament with 11 points, nine rebounds and nine assists. • Opened the season with a pair of double-doubles against Maine and Western Carolina and matched her career high of eight steals against the Black Bears. • In Nov. 14 Duquesne game, set a career high with 10 assists, the most for a Lady Tiger since Tasha Taylor dished out 13 against Savannah State in 2005; was just two rebounds shy of a triple double with 13 points and eight boards. • Led the team in rebounding in 18 games in 2007-08, including a stretch of seven straight during the conference season. • Lost her starting position for the first two conference games but earned the starting assignment in the team’s contest at Wake Forest on Jan. 14; responded with nine points, eight rebounds, five assists and three steals; hit a three-pointer as time expired in the first half to give Clemson the lead heading into the lockerroom. • Was one point shy of a double-double with 10 boards and nine points at Virginia Tech on Jan. 17. Converted all five of her free throw attempts and led the team with six assists. Also had a pair of steals in the win. • Pulled down a career-best 14 rebounds and had 11 points at #3 North Carolina on Feb. 7. • Moved into the top 10 in school history for career steals as two at Virginia on Feb. 21 gave her 161 in just two seasons. Also had 11 points and four rebounds against the Cavaliers. • Totaled 16 points with six assists, five steals and five rebounds in Clemson’s season second-round game against the Tar Heels in the 2008 ACC Tournament. • Was voted as the team Most Valuable Player at the post-season banquet in April. • Also took home the team’s Leading Rebounder Award.

In 2006-07 • Completed an incredibly successful rookie campaign, fulfilling expectations with an immediate impact on the Clemson program • Was the second leading vote-receiver for the ACC All-Freshman team and was joined on the squad by teammate Christy Brown to give the Lady Tigers their fourth and fifth honorees, marking the first time in program history that multiple Clemson players have been named to the all-rookie team • Set school records for steals in a single game and season by a freshman. She had eight against 12th-ranked Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN on Dec. 3, the most steals by a Clemson player since the 1993-94 season • Totaled 98 on the year, bettering the previous best freshman mark of 87 by Sheila Cobb from 1979-80


Meet the Players • Her 98 steals also ranked second all-time in Clemson history and were fourth in ACC history for a freshman. Tthe mark trailed an impressive list of ACC legends in Marion Jones, Alana Beard and Dawn Staley • Ranked first in the ACC with a 3.27 steals per game average to become the first Clemson player since Chrissy Floyd in 2001 to be a conference statistical champion. The average also ranked fifth in the nation, the highest national ranking for a Lady Tiger for the category in history and the highest ranking for a Clemson player since Tara Saunooke was listed fifth in 1992 and 1993 for three-point field goal percentage • Led team with a 6.9 rebounding average while ranking third with 11.6 points per game. The rebounding average ranked 14th in the ACC while the scoring average was listed 27th • Was the only player to start all 30 games, averaging 27.0 minutes per game • Recorded 75 assists and 13 blocked shots as well, while draining 26 three-point shots for a .338 shooting percentage from long range • Named the ACC Rookie-of-the-Week twice in 2006-07. Her first selection came on Dec. 18 after she recorded five assists and three blocks in Clemson’s win at Tennessee Tech and she received the second honor following a 22-point, 10-rebound performance against Wake Forest, which helped the Lady Tigers sweep the season-series with the Demon Deacons • The 22 points against Wake Forest were a season high while the 10 rebounds tied her personal best. The game was one of her five double-doubles of the year • Also had double-doubles against Furman on Nov. 29 with 13 points and 10 rebounds; at Vanderbilt on Dec. 3 with 14 points and 10 rebounds; at NC State on Feb. 8 with 13 points and 10 rebounds; and in the regular season finale against Virginia with 16 points and 10 boards • Also pulled down 10 rebounds in the Chattanooga contest on Nov. 16 • Posted double figures in a total of 20 games. The first came in just the fourth game of the season, as she recorded 12 points at South Carolina • Followed that with possibly her best all-around game, scoring 20 points with nine rebounds, seven steals and three assists against St. John’s in the Dead River Company Classic in Orono, ME. She totaled 28 points and 19 rebounds in the two-day event to earn all-tournament honors • Recorded seven steals in four games (St. John’s on Nov. 24; Wofford on Dec. 22; Virginia Tech on Feb. 11; and Florida State on Feb. 22) • Had successful nights at the foul line against the Wolfpack on Feb. 8, converting 9-of-11, and at Duquesne on Dec. 29, making 8-of-9 • Drained a season-high five three pointers in the Wake Forest contest on Feb. 15 and was 5-of-7 from behind the arc that game after previously attempting more than four in just four games • Played 26 minutes in Clemson’s ACC Tournament game against Virginia with 14 points, four rebounds and three steals • Received the team’s Newcomer-of-the-Year award.

Before Clemson • Miss Basketball in the State of South Carolina in 2006 • Nominated to play in the McDonald’s All-American game after her senior season • Was the 2006 4A South Carolina State Player of the Year after averaging 21.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 7.8 steals per game in her senior season at Spartanburg High School • Set SHS records for points scored in a single game, season and career • In addition, was an All-Region selection in 2003, 2004 and 2005 • Was also an All-State selection as a junior • Led team to the Region II AAAA Championship titles in 2002 and 2005 • The 2004-05 team concluded the season with a 21-4 record • Scored her 1,000th career point during her junior year and led the team in rebounding as a sophomore in 2004 • Was named the team’s Most Valuable Player all four years • In 2005, was selected as the Best of the Best at the All-America camp

Personal • Born September 6, 1988 • Majoring in sociology.

Year GP GS Min 2006-07 30 30 810 2007-08 31 29 790 2008-09 31 31 964 TOTAL 92 90 2564

Career Highs Category............................................................ High Points.......................32 vs. Georgia State, 11/22/08 Field Goals Made.....12 vs. Georgia State, 11/22/08 Field Goal Attempts............................ 18 vs. several Free Throws Made................ 9 vs. NC State, 2/8/07 .......................................9 vs. Wake Forest, 1/18/09 Free Throw Attempts........... 11 vs. NC State, 2/8/07 .....................................11 vs. Wake Forest, 1/18/09 3-Pointers Made.............5 vs. Wake Forest, 2/15/07 ...................................5 vs. Georgia State, 11/22/08 3-Point Attempts.............7 vs. Wake Forest, 2/15/07 Rebounds................................. 15 vs. Miami, 1/5/09 ........................15 vs. Charleston Southern, 1/20/09 Assists............................10 vs. Duquesne, 11/14/07 Blocked Shots........ 3 vs. Tennessee Tech, 12/17/06 Steals.................................8 vs. Vanderbilt, 12/3/06 ............................................... 8 vs. Maine, 11/14/07

Total Avg FG FGA 27.0 130 324 25.5 103 304 31.1 186 438 27.9 419 1066

Hardy’s Career Statistics 3-Point Rebounds Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot .401 26 77 .338 63 111 .568 85 121 206 .339 10 60 .167 56 83 .675 82 138 220 .425 40 119 .336 91 130 .700 80 181 261 .393 76 256 .297 210 324 .648 247 440 687

Avg PF FO Ast TO 6.9 74 2 75 88 7.1 91 3 105 96 8.4 81 0 94 90 7.5 246 5 274 274

Blk 13 13 12 38

Stl 98 83 106 287

Pts 349 272 503 1124

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Lindsey

MASON

6’4” • So. • F/C • Woodstock, GA

2008-09 • Saw action in 27 games in her rookie season to average six minutes a game • Scored in 14 of those games to contribute 1.9 points per game • Had eight blocked shots and three steals for the year • Played eight minutes in her first career collegiate game; scored six points on 3-of-6 shooting with five rebounds and two blocked shots • Also scored against Winthrop and Northwestern in non-conference games • Saw her minutes and production increase in beginning of the conference season • Had four points in seven minutes of play against Florida State on Jan. 11 • Then earned 15 minutes of court time versus #12 Maryland on Jan. 15 and made a pair of field goals and had two rebounds and a steal • Scored seven points in 11 minutes against Charleston Southern on Jan. 20 to start a streak of eight straight games with at least one field goal • Then had six points at Boston College on Jan. 23 with a blocked shot • Made both of her field goal attempts for four points against 14th-ranked Virginia on Jan. 26 in just nine minutes • Had four points against Virginia Tech two days later and then hit her only field goal attempt in five minutes of play at Georgia Tech on Feb. 1; had a pair of rebounds in each game • Was 3-for-5 from the field for six points in eight minutes of action at Western Carolina on Feb. 4 • Scored just six total points with two rebounds in Clemson’s last five games of the regular season • Played two minutes in the first game of the ACC Tournament but did not have any stats • Also saw two minutes of action against North Carolina in the quarterfinals and recorded a rebound • Received the team’s Academic Achievement Award for having the highest G.P.A. on the team Before Clemson • Four-year letterwinner in volleyball and basketball at Etowah (Ga.) High School • Holds the Etowah record for career shots blocked • Ranked second in Etowah history for points and rebounds • Scored over 1,000 points in her career • Named team MVP in 2007 and 2008 • Was a four-time all-county selection (2005-2008) • Led team to the Georgia state championship in 2005 and the Elite Eight in 2006

Personal • Father Mike played football at the University of Tennessee from 1978-1982. • Born Sept. 25, 1989 • Majoring in nursing.

Career Highs Category............................................................ High Points.................7 vs. Charleston Southern 1/20/09 Field Goals Made............................3 vs. several (3) Field Goal Attempts.........................6 vs. several (3) Free Throws Md.......... 3 vs. Charleston Southern 1/20/09 Free Throw Att............. 4 vs. Charleston Southern 1/20/09 Rebounds.............................5 vs. Furman, 11/14/08 Assists................................. 1 vs. Maryland, 1/15/09 Blocked Shots......................2 vs. Furman, 11/14/08 Steals..............................................1 vs. several (3)

Year GP GS Min 2008-09 27 0 161 TOTAL 27 0 161

Mason’s Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 6.0 23 57 .404 0 0 .000 6 9 .667 12 15 27 1.0 6.0 23 57 .404 0 0 .000 6 9 .667 12 15 27 1.0

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 27 0 2 10 8 3 52 1.9 27 0 2 10 8 3 52 1.9


Morgan

McMINN

5’11” • So. • G/F • Hendersonville, NC

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In 2008-09 • Played just one minute during the season as she saw the court against Charleston Southern on Jan. 20 • Did not record any statistics in the game • Suffered a foot injury towards the end of the season.

Before Clemson • Lettered four years in basketball at North Henderson High School • Also a three-year letterwinner in track and field • Three-time Hendersonville Times News Player-of-the-Year • Earned several all-tournament, all-conference and all-state honors as well. • Holds North Henderson records for scoring and rebounding • Played in East/West all-star game and the Blue/White all-star game.

Personal • Born April 25, 1990 • Majoring in pre-business.

Year GP GS Min 2008-09 1 0 1 TOTAL 1 0 1

McMinn’s Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0

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April

PARKER

6’2” • *Sr. • F/C • Snellville, GA

In 2008-09 • Played in 30 of 31 games (missing one due to illness) and started 27 as the team’s most reliable post player • Demonstrated ability to consistently knock down the 15-foot jumper • Her 27 starts were the second-most on a team that used 15 different line-ups during the season; just two other players had more than 17 • Ranked third on the team in rebounding (3.9 pg) and fourth in scoring (5.8 pg) • One of the most accurate shooters on the team with a .435 field goal percentage • Was also 20-of-27 from the free throw line for 74.1-percent • Had 20 blocks for the year to rank second on the team • Let team in scoring in win over Winthrop on Nov. 15 with 14 points • Was the team’s leading rebounder with a career-high 10 boards against Maryland on Jan. 15 • Started the first five games of the season • Although she was 0-for-3 from the field against Presbyterian on Nov. 16, made all six of her free throw attempts • Then had 10 points with four rebounds in Clemson’s win over South Carolina on Nov. 19 • After a six-point performance versus Georgia State, posted her season high with 14 points against Winthrop; made seven field goals that night • Played just nine minutes in the Husky Classic over the Thanksgiving weekend because of an illness • Regained her health and starting position for the Lady Tigers’ overtime victory over Northwestern in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge; played 30 minutes and totaled nine points and seven rebounds • Averaged just 2.0 points and 3.0 rebounds over the next three games • Had one of her best games of the season against Kennesaw State on Dec. 29; was a perfect 6-of-6 from the field for 12 points and added eight rebounds and three blocked shots in 33 minutes of play • Followed with five points and three rebounds in the loss to Charlotte on Jan. 2 • Played just eight minutes in the conference opener at Miami; then contributed four points and five rebounds against then-ranked #2 North Carolina on Jan. 5 • Scored 10 points and had five rebounds in just 17 minutes of action at Florida State on Jan. 11 • Earned back her starting position after two games coming off the bench for the Maryland game when she had 10 rebounds; kept it the rest of the season • Had a solid performance at Wake Forest on Jan. 18 with 12 points and six rebounds • Averaged 4.4 points and 2.8 rebounds over a five-game stretch from Jan. 20 – Feb. 1; rebounded with 13 points against her former team • Had six points and five rebounds against Wake Forest on Feb. 8 • After playing just 16 minutes against #4 Duke on Feb. 13, scored eight points and tallied a personal-best four steals against the Seminoles on Feb. 19 • Played just five minutes in the last home game of the season due to foul trouble • Scored six points and had five rebounds and two steals at NC State in the regular season finale • Helped the Lady Tigers post an historic victory in the first round of the ACC Tournament against Georgia Tech; was one of five players in double figures with 10 points while collecting seven rebounds in 27 minutes of play • Again faced foul trouble in the quarterfinal match-up with North Carolina; made just one field goal and had two rebounds while playing only 20 minutes • Received the Gene Beard Hustle Award at the team’s post-season banquet. In 2007-08 • Played in 28 games with 13 starts in the 2008-09 season • Saw her first action after a year on the bench due to transfer rules • Averaged 4.6 points and 3.6 rebounds per game in her red-shirt sophomore campaign • Led the team in free throw shooting with an 82.1 percentage, though she had just 28 attempts • Also had a team-best 19 blocked shots on the year, while tallying 12 steals and nine assists • Was named the MVP of the Coors Classic after totaling 31 points and 11 rebounds in the two-day event


Meet the Players • Was 13-for-18 from the field and 5-for-8 from the free throw line in the two games; hit a pair of free throws with 3.4 seconds remaining against Rice on Nov. 23 to secure the Clemson victory • Scored six points and had two rebounds in her Clemson debut • Earned her first starting assignment in Nov. 11 game against Western Carolina, her former team. Collected five rebounds in 16 minutes of play. • Scored in double figures in seven games in 2008-09 • The first was against Duquesne on Nov. 14. • Had three straight games in which she hit double digits – Rice on Nov. 23, Siena on Nov. 24 and Michigan State on Nov. 29 • The 16 points and nine rebounds against Rice in the Coors Classic were a seasonhigh • Posted 10 points in Clemson’s win over James Madison on Dec. 7 on 5-for-7 shooting • Scored 13 points with six rebounds against Miami on Jan. 10. • Hit four free throws with under a minute remaining to secure a Clemson victory over Wake Forest on Jan. 14; finished with 12 points and six rebounds. • Suffered a shoulder injury at the end of the season and did not play against NC State or Florida State • Also sat out the opening-round of the ACC Tournament • Played just eight minutes in the final game of the season against North Carolina in the conference tournament and had one rebound.

In 2006-07 • Red-shirted due to transfer rules • Received the team’s Most Improved Award at the post-season banquet.

Before Clemson • Transfer from Western Carolina who sat out the 2006-07 season • Averaged 5.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per game as a freshman at Western Carolina • Attended Shiloh High School in Shellville, GA where she was a four-year basketball letterwinner • Averaged 14.5 points and 12.5 rebounds per game as a senior • Is the first female from Shiloh to sign a NCAA Divison I-A scholarship in school history • In her final prep year, was tabbed second team All-state and earned Player of the Week honors versus the eventual state champion • As a junior, averaged 12.5 points a game to lead the team and pulled down an average of 12.8 rebounds per game to rank as the second leading rebounder in the county, helping her team tally a 25-6 record, the most wins in school history • Was named to the 5-A All-County team as she led the 5-A Region 8 in rebounding, helping head coach Dale Grant make the Sweet 16 of the state tournament • As a sophomore, Parker averaged eight points and seven and half rebounds per contest, garnering team Most Improved accolades as she improved upon her six points, five and a half rebounds per game performance during her first season.

Personal • One of eight players on the 2008-09 Clemson roster from the state of Georgia • Born August 12, 1987 • Majoring in management.

Career Highs Category............................................................ High Points......................................16 vs. Rice, 11/23/07 Field Goals Made....................7 vs. Siena, 11/24/07 Field Goal Attempts......16 vs. Wake Forest, 1/18/09 Free Throws Made.......6 vs. Presbyterian, 11/16/08 Free Throw Attempts.................6 vs. Rice, 11/23/07 .....................................6 vs. Presbyterian, 11/16/08 Rebounds.......................... 10 vs. Maryland, 1/15/09 Assists................................... 2 vs. Charlotte, 1/2/08 Blocked Shots.................................2 vs. several (6) Steals............................ 4 vs. Florida State, 2/19/09

Year GP GS 2007-08 28 13 2008-09 30 27 TOTAL 58 40

Min 466 653 1119

Total Avg FG FGA 16.6 53 130 21.8 77 177 19.3 130 307

Parker’s Career Statistics 3-Point Rebounds Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot .408 0 0 .000 23 28 .821 39 61 100 .435 1 1 1.000 20 27 .741 51 67 118 .423 1 1 1.000 43 55 .782 90 128 218

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts 3.6 51 1 9 36 19 12 129 3.9 74 6 14 43 20 23 175 3.8 125 7 23 79 39 35 304

Avg 4.6 5.8 5.2

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Shaniqua

PAULDO

6’3” • So. • Center • Macon, GA

In 2008-09 • Played in 28 games during her rookie campaign • Had 4.2 points per game for the highest score average in the freshman class with 2.5 rebounds per game • Also ranked second on the team with a .448 field goal percentage • Ended the year on a high note with a dominant performance in the first round of the 2009 ACC Tournament • Posted 23 points for what is thought to be the most points scored by a freshman in program history • Was 11-for-17 from the field in helping the Lady Tigers to their historic victory and led five double-figure scorers in the game; also had seven rebounds against Georgia Tech • Her play earned her the start against North Carolina in the second round, the first of her collegiate career • Scored in double digits one other time during the season as she led Clemson with 15 points in the conference opener at Miami on Jan. 5; missed just two of her nine shots that day while pulling down seven boards • Saw minutes in each of the Lady Tigers’ first six games and scored in four of them, including an eight-point, five-round night against Winthrop on Nov. 25 • Did not play at Washington in the Husky Classic final on Nov. 30 nor in the Dec. 29 contest against Kennesaw State; but averaged 3.3 points and 1.0 rebounds in the four games between • Totaled six rebounds in just 10 minutes of play against Charlotte on Jan. 2 • Following the Miami game, averaged just 2.3 points and 1.8 rebounds over the next six games, playing just 52 total minutes • Did not play against Virginia on Jan. 26, but scored four points in the next game versus Virginia Tech two days later • Then had eight points and five rebounds at Georgia Tech on Feb. 1 • Totaled just 18 points but averaged 2.8 rebounds in the final six games of the season • Following her performance against the Yellow Jackets in the conference tournament, ranked second on the team with six rebounds versus North Carolina in the quarterfinals • Finished with 14 blocked shots, 12 steals and seven assists for the year.

Career Highs Category........................................................ Career Points........................... 23 vs. Georgia Tech, 3/5/09 Field Goals Made..........11 vs. Georgia Tech, 3/5/09 Field Goal Attempts...... 17 vs. Georgia Tech, 3/5/09 Free Throws Made.............2 vs. Winthrop, 11/25/08 ..........................2 vs. Charleston Southern, 1/20/09 Free Throw Attempts.......................2 vs. several (3) 3-Pointers Made.....1 vs. Kent State, 11/28/08; 1 vs. Miami, 1/5/09 3-Point Attempts..............................1 vs. several (3) Rebounds................................... 7 vs. Miami, 1/5/09 ....................................... 7 vs. Georgia Tech, 3/5/09 Assists........................... 2 vs. Florida State, 2/19/09 Blocked Shots............................ 3 vs. Miami, 1/5/09 Steals........................ 3 vs. Boston College, 1/23/09 .................................................. 3 vs. Duke, 2/13/09

Year GP GS Min 2008-09 28 2 267 TOTAL 28 2 267

Before Clemson • Center from Macon, GA who played her senior season at Luella High School • Played the 2006-07 season at Westside High School • Named to the First-Team All-State in 2008 • Selected to participate in the North South All-Star game • Named the Clayton County (Ga.) Player-of-the-Year in 2008 • Led Luella to a 26-6 record and the quarterfinals of the state tournament in 2008, the best season in school history • Teams had a combined 70-24 record from her freshman to junior years • Led Westside to the Final Four in 2007.

Personal • Born August 8, 1990 • Major is undeclared.

Pauldo’s Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 9.5 52 116 .448 3 7 .429 10 13 .769 32 39 71 2.5 9.5 52 116 .448 3 7 .429 10 13 .769 32 39 71 2.5

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 48 0 7 21 14 12 117 4.2 48 0 7 21 14 12 117 4.2


Chelsey

PINKSTAFF

5’9” • So. • Guard • Knoxville, TN

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In 2008-09 • Valuable teammate whose personality and work ethic was an asset and inspiration to the program • Played in just one game during the season, seeing action in the win over Charleston Southern on Jan. 20 • Did not record any statistics in that game, however.

Before Clemson • Four-year basketball letterwinner at the Christian Academy of Knoxville (TN) and Webb School (TN) • Also played softball for three years and field hockey for one • Team finished first in the region and advanced to the Final Four in the state in 2005 and 2006 • Was a team captain of her 2007 AAU team that reached the finals of the national tournament

Personal • Father wrestled at the University of Tennessee and uncle played baseball at Auburn. • Born February 24, 2008 • Majoring in sports management.

Year GP GS Min 2008-09 1 0 1 TOTAL 1 0 1

Pinkstaff’s Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

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Bryelle

SMITH

5’8” • *So. • Guard • Cary, NC

In 2008-09 • Played in all 31 games after sitting out 2007-08 season • Showed at times her potential to lead the team in the years to come while also displaying an ability to knock down three-pointers from well beyond the arc • Started 11 games in 2008-09 and averaged nearly 14 minutes a game • Was the team’s most accurate three-point shooter, hitting 22-of-58 for a .379 percentage • Also posted the highest free throw percentage, although she shot just 17 foul shots; made 16 of them • Tallied 44 assists with 14 steals for the year while averaging 3.9 points and 1.4 rebounds per game • Best game of the season was against North Carolina during the regular season as she helped the Lady Tigers nearly pull off the upset of the then-ranked #2 Tar Heels • Totaled 17 points with a 4-for-6 performance from behind the three-point line and made a pair of two-point field goals to go along with four rebounds and two assists and a steal • Had another successful day against North Carolina in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament, leading Clemson with 13 points • Hit a trio of three-pointers in that contest, the only other time she made more than two in a game • Also scored in double figures with 10 in the overtime win against Northwestern in the ACC/ Big Ten Challenge on Dec. 4 • That followed an eight-point performance against Washington in the championship game of the Husky Classic in Seattle; she also recorded six assists, her season high, as Clemson won the tournament • Tallied four assists in just 16 minutes of play against Chattanooga on Dec. 15 • Scored seven points with three assists and a steal while playing just 14 minutes in the ACC opener at Miami on Jan. 5 • Was the team’s second-leading scorer against top-10-ranked Duke on Feb. 13 with eight points; also had two steals in the game • Recorded four assists in the following game against Florida State • Earned the first start of her career on Nov. 25 against Winthrop • Was named the Newcomer-of-the-Year and received the Best Free Throw Percentage Award at the team’s annual post-season banquet. In 2007-08 • Played 18 minutes in Clemson’s season opener against Maine before suffering a torn ACL that sidelined her for the remainder of the year.

Career Highs Category............................................................ High Points..........................17 vs. North Carolina, 1/9/09 Field Goals Made..........6 vs. North Carolina, 1/9/09 Field Goal Attempts.......9 vs. North Carolina, 3/6/09 Free Throws Made........ 2 vs. Washington, 11/30/08 ..................................... 2 vs. Northwestern, 12/4/08 Free Throw Attempts.......................2 vs. several (3) 3-Pointers Made............4 vs. North Carolina, 1/9/09 3-Point Attempts............7 vs. North Carolina, 3/6/09 Rebounds......................4 vs. North Carolina, 1/9/09 Assists........................... 6 vs. Washington, 11/30/08 Blocked Shots............1 vs. Georgia State, 11/22/08 Steals................2 vs. Charleston Southern, 1/20/09 .................................................. 2 vs. Duke, 2/13/09

Year GP GS Min 2007-08 1 0 18 2008-09 31 11 430 TOTAL 32 11 448

Total Avg FG FGA 18.0 0 2 13.9 41 95 14.0 41 97

Before Clemson • Was a four-year letterwinner at Cary Academy in Cary, NC • Led team to conference titles in 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons • Was a four-time all-conference selection and was named the league’s player-of-the-year in 2007 • Was an NCISAA all-state honoree in 2007 as well • Named the Cary Academy Athlete-of-the-Year in 2007 • Invited to play on the 2007 Charlotte All-Star team • Earned a McDonald’s All-American nomination in 2007 • Was also named an NBC Athlete-of-the-Week in 2007 • Holds Cary Academy career record for assists with 445 and three-point field goals made with 169, also ranks first in school history with 151 assists in a single season, 61 three-point field goals made and 138 steals, all during the 2006-07 season • Holds top marks for a single game with nine assists in 2005, 12 free throws made in 2005, seven three-point field goals made in 2005 and 14 steals in 2007 • Lettered two years in softball, earning all-conference honors for the 2006 and 2007 seasons. Personal • Born March 17, 1989 • Majoring in pre-business.

Smith’s Career Statistics 3-Point Rebounds Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 .432 22 58 .379 16 17 .941 7 37 44 .423 22 59 .373 16 17 .941 8 38 46

Avg 2.0 1.4 1.4

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 24 0 44 41 1 14 120 25 0 47 41 1 14 120

Avg 0.0 3.9 3.8


Jasmine

TATE

6’1” • Jr. • Forward • Birmingham, AL

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In 2008-09 • Hard-working, active post player who more than doubled her numbers in nearly every statistical category in 2008-09 • Ranked eighth in the ACC in blocks per game with 36 blocks in Clemson’s 31 games; figure was 16 better than any other Lady Tiger during the season • Ranked second on the team in rebounding with a 4.8 per game average • Scored 3.6 points per game • Started 17 games, fourth-highest on the team • Also had 15 steals and 10 assists for the year • Averaged one of the fewest turnovers per minutes played figures on the team, committing a turnover every 15.1 minutes; played just 16.6 minutes per game • Recorded the first double-double of her career on Jan. 20 against Charleston Southern doing so in just 16 minutes of play • Hit 8-of-10 shots from the field and converted a three-point play for 17 points to go along with 10 rebounds; did not commit a turnover in the game • The 10 rebounds were her career high as well • Scored in double figures in just one other game in 2008-09; had 10 points against Presbyterian in the second game of the season • Pulled down at least six rebounds in 14 games with eight or more rebounds three times • Opened the season with eight boards and five blocked shots at Furman on Nov. 14 • Had a solid game against Georgia State with seven rebounds and five points that earned her a spot back in the starting lineup for six straight games • Against Kent State in the first game of the Husky Classic, scored five points and had six rebounds while also tallying five blocks • Followed with an eight-point performance against host-Washington as the Lady Tigers won the tournament • Had a successful game against Kennesaw State on Dec. 29 while seeing just 17 minutes of court time; scored seven points with nine rebounds • Averaged 4.2 rebounds over the next five games • Played just three minutes at Wake Forest on Jan. 18 before rebounding with her double-double against Charleston Southern • Followed that with seven points and seven rebounds at Boston College on Jan. 23 • Then had six rebounds versus 14th-ranked Virginia on Jan. 26 • Contributed eight boards in Clemson’s win over Western Carolina on Feb. 4; did not score though • Scored just two points in the Lady Tigers’ final four games of the regular season but averaged 5.0 rebounds during the stretch • Posted seven points and had seven rebounds off the bench in Clemson’s historic win over Georgia Tech in the opening round of the ACC Tournament • Led the team with another seven-rebound performance versus North Carolina in the quarterfinals; scored all four of her points from the foul line • Was named the team’s Most Improved Player at the postseason banquet

In 2007-08 • Reserve energetic post player who saw action in 24 games in 2008-09 • Had one of the top rebounds per minute played averages on the team with 2.2 rebounds per game while playing just 8.8 minutes each contest • Also blocked 11 shots with six steals in her limited action • Played three minutes in season opener against Maine on Nov. 9 • Pulled down five rebounds and blocked two shots at Chattanooga on Nov. 17 • Scored her first career points against #20 Michigan State in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge • Earned nine minutes against Dayton on Dec. 18 for one of her top performances of her young career with four points, five rebounds and a blocked shot • Had the first assist of her career on Jan. 31 at Georgia Tech • Scored six points against #12 Duke on Feb. 13 • Played 14 minutes with a career high eight points on 3-for-7 shooting against Virginia on Feb. 21 • Set a personal best with 7 rebounds against Georgia Tech on Feb. 24; played 16 minutes in the game. • Led team with six rebounds against NC State on Feb. 28 • Scored seven points with four rebounds in win over Florida State on Mar. 2; Was 3-5 from the field with a blocked shot while playing a season-high 20 minutes

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Meet the Players • Had three rebounds in just five minutes of play in the first round of the ACC Tournament against NC State • Played 10 minutes against North Carolina in the second round of the conference tournament.

Before Clemson • Four-year letterwinner at Wenonah High School in Birmingham, AL • Was named to the All-Alabama second team in 2007 • Ranked fifth in the state as a Super Senior • Selected to participate in the 2007 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game • Also invited to the Alabama North-South All-Star Game in 2006 • Named the MVP of the Birmingham City Tournament in 2005 • Pulled down over 1,000 rebounds over her high school career • Her 1,007 career boards rank among the best in the state record books • Also tallied over 1,000 points in her career, achieving the milestone during her junior season • Was a member of Wenonah’s 2004 state champion team • Also lettered four years in volleyball at Wenonah • Played her AAU basketball with the Alabama Roadrunners.

Personal • Sister Angel played basketball at St. John’s University • Born April 12, 1989 • Majoring in communications studies.

Career Highs Category............................................................ High Points..............17 vs. Charleston Southern, 1/20/09 Field Goals Made......... 8 vs. Charleston Southern, 1/20/09 Field Goal Attempts.... 10 vs. Charleston Southern, 1/20/09 Free Throws Made.... 3 vs. Boston College, 1/23/09 Free Throw Attempts............ 6 vs. Dayton, 12/18/07 .............................................. 6 vs. Charlotte, 1/2/09 Rebounds........10 vs. Charleston Southern, 1/20/09 Assists............................ 3 vs. Georgia Tech, 2/1/09 Blocked Shots......................5 vs. Furman, 11/14/08 ...................................... 5 vs. Washington, 11/30/08 Steals.....................................3 vs. Virginia, 1/26/09

Year GP GS 2007-08 24 0 2008-09 31 17 TOTAL 55 17

Min 197 515 712

Total Avg FG FGA 8.2 14 58 16.6 44 115 12.9 58 173

Tate’s Career Statistics 3-Point Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct .241 0 0 .000 10 23 .435 .383 0 0 .000 25 52 .481 .335 0 0 .000 35 75 .467

Rebounds Off Def Tot 23 29 52 57 91 148 80 120 200

Avg 2.2 4.8 3.6

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts 24 0 1 14 11 6 38 38 1 10 34 36 15 113 62 1 11 48 47 21 151

Avg 1.6 3.6 2.7


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THOMAS

5’9” • Jr. • Guard • Wesley Chapel, FL

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2008-09 • Had nearly identical numbers in her sophomore season compared to her rookie campaign • Averaged 8.1 points and 2.6 rebounds with 22 steals and 30 assists in 31 games played • Ranked second on the team with 30 three-pointer field goals for the year and was the team’s number-two scorer with 250 total points • Posted double figures in 10 games in 2008-09 and led team in scoring twice • Was the only Clemson player in double digits against Charlotte on Jan. 2 with 11 off the bench; in two games against the 49ers, is averaging 16.0 points and was the Lady Tigers’ leading scorer in both 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons • Knocked down a trio of three-pointers in that game for her season high while playing only 16 minutes due to foul trouble • Hit at least one triple in 21 games in 2008-09 • Scored her season high 18 points at fourth-ranked Duke on Feb. 13; two of her seven field goals were from long range and she also added four rebounds in the effort • Started the season with an eight-point performance at Furman before posting 10 points, thanks to a 5-of-7 night from the foul line, against Presbyterian on Nov. 16 • Averaged 6.0 points and 3.7 rebounds over the next three games, earning the start against Georgia State • Helped the Lady Tigers to a win in their first game of the Husky Classic on Nov. 28 with 12 points, four rebounds, two assists and a steal • Then had nine points in the tournament final • Had another nine-point night in the overtime victory over Northwestern on Dec. 4 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge; also had five rebounds and three steals against the Wildcats • Followed with back-to-back games in double digits • Scored 13 points against Ohio, draining all six of her foul shots as Clemson erased a 14-point deficit for the victory • Was then 5-for-8 from the field in just 19 minutes of play against Chattanooga for 15 points • After a subpar game against Georgia, had eight against Kennesaw State even though she played just 13 points; shot 4-for-6 against the Owls • Then had 11 against Charlotte and scored 14 at Miami on Jan. 5 • Posted 15 points against then-ranked #12 Maryland on Jan. 15 • However, averaged just 2.6 points over the next seven games, going scoreless in four • Rebounded with three straight games in double digits, beginning with the Wake Forest contest on Feb. 8 • Scored 13 against the Demon Deacons, draining all three of her shots from behind the arc • Following the Duke game, posted 12 in a start versus #11 Florida State; also had six rebounds in that game • Had just five points in the last home game of the season and only seven in the regular season finale • Recorded another perfect day from the free throw line, going 6-for-6 in Clemson’s ACC Tournament opener against Georgia Tech; finished with 10 points and six rebounds • Finished the season with eight points against North Carolina in the quarterfinals of the conference tournament.

Summer of 2008 • Played with the Argentinean national team over the summer • Helped the team finish second in the South American Championships in Loja, Ecuador with a 12.3 point per game average in the team’s six contests • Posted her tournament high of 22 points against Chile in the second game; also scored double figures versus Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela • Totaled 15 points in Argentina’s two games in the Fiba Olympic Qualifying Tournament in June; the team was eliminated from the tournament

In 2007-08 • Valuable asset off the bench for Head Coach Cristy McKinney in her rookie season • Named the team’s Newcomer of the Year at the post-season banquet

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Meet the Players • Played in all 31 games and earned the start nine times • Averaged 8.0 points per game but scored in double figures in 10 games in 2008-09 • Also had a 2.5 rebounds per game average and totaled 48 assists and 47 steals as a freshman • Started the first game of her career in the season opener against Maine on Nov. 9; had 11 points with three rebounds and two assists in just 18 minutes. • Played 39 minutes against Chattanooga on Nov. 17 and scored a team-best 19 points on 8-for-15 shooting with three assists • Followed with 10 points against 25th-ranked Vanderbilt on Nov. 20; also had five rebounds and four assists against the Commodores • One of three players in double figures at Arkansas on Dec. 2 with 11; also had three assists and two steals and hit a pair of three-pointers versus the Lady Razorbacks • Played her best game to date with 21 points, the highest for a Clemson player yet in the season, on 8-for-14 shooting. Also had five rebounds and three steals. • Led team with nine points at #5 Maryland on Jan. 6 • Scored a team-high 16 points and started her second straight game against Miami on Jan. 10 • Posted 19 points with four assists and a team-best four steals in win over Wake Forest on Jan. 14; .hit 3-of-4 from three-point range • Totaled 14 points with three rebounds, two steals and the first blocked shot of her career at Virginia Tech on Jan. 17 • Was 5-for-8 from the field for 11 points in just 14 minutes of action against Boston College on Jan. 28 • Led team with 14 points at #3 North Carolina on Feb. 7 • Played just 11 minutes against NC State in the first round of the ACC Tournament • Then had eight points in just 10 minutes of action against North Carolina in the second round of the conference tournament • Was 3-for-8 from the field against the Tar Heels with five rebounds and a pair of steals.

Before Clemson • Intelligent shooter from Wesley Chapel, FL with international playing experience • Was a four-year letterwinner at Wesley Chapel High School in the Tampa Bay area • Earned first-team all-state honors in 2006-07 • Was also chosen as the Pasco County Player-of-the-Year as a senior • Selected as the Tampa Tribune and St. Pete Times Player-of-the-Year in 2006-07 • Was an honorable mention McDonald’s All-American and an AAU All-American • Also named a FACA North/South All-Star • Selected as her high school team’s Most Valuable Player for the 2006-07 season • Left high school as the Pasco County all-time leading scorer • Also holds Wesley Chapel High School career records for scoring, rebounding, assists, steals, free throw percentage, field goal percentage and field goals made • Lettered in track for one year • Gained valuable international experience in the 2006 and 2007 summers playing for the Argentinean Under-20 National Team • Competed in the 2007 FIBA U19 World Championships in Slovakia • Tied for the second-best scoring average in the tournament with 19.4 points per game • Also averaged 8.2 rebounds per game in the event • In the 2006 qualifying tournaments, averaged 23.0 points per game along with 8.6 rebounds and 3.8 steals per game.

Personal • Sister Syesha played basketball at Oregon State University • Father James was a member of Arizona State’s 1975 NCAA Final Four team • Born May 4, 1989 • Majoring in sport management.

Year GP GS 2007-08 31 9 2008-09 31 3 TOTAL 62 12

Min 608 563 1171

Total Avg FG FGA 19.6 89 253 18.2 85 236 18.9 174 489

Career Highs Category.................................................................................High Points.......................................................21 vs. Charlotte, 1/2/08 Field Goals Made...........................8 vs. Chattanooga, 11/17/077 ...................................................................8 vs. Charlotte, 1/2/08 Field Goal Attempts........................15 vs. Chattanooga, 11/17/07 Free Throws Made..........................................6 vs. Ohio, 12/6/08 ............................................................6 vs. Georgia Tech, 3/5/09 Free Throw Attempts........................ 7 vs. Presbyterian, 11/16/08 ...........................................................7 vs. Florida State, 2/19/09 3-Pointers Made.........................................4 vs. Charlotte, 1/2/08 .............................................................3 vs. Wake Forest, 2/8/09 3-Point Attempts.................................... 10 vs. Maryland, 1/15/09 Rebounds............................................6 vs. Georgia Tech, 3/5/09 Assists................................................................. 4 vs. several (4) Blocked Shots....................... 2 vs. Charleston Southern, 1/20/09 Steals............................................... 5 vs. Presbyterian, 11/16/08

Thomas’ Career Statistics 3-Point Rebounds Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot .352 27 99 .273 43 54 .796 36 40 76 .360 30 110 .273 50 68 .735 30 51 81 .356 57 209 .273 93 122 .762 66 91 157

Avg 2.5 2.6 2.5

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts 40 0 48 61 1 47 248 59 3 30 65 6 22 250 99 3 78 126 7 69 498

Avg 8.0 8.1 8.0


Lindsay

WELKER

6’2” • So. • Forward • Tifton, GA

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In 2008-09 • Saw action in nine games in her rookie season • Did not score in her 33 minute of play but contributed five rebounds, an assist and a blocked shot • Played two minutes in Clemson’s home opener against Presbyterian and also two minutes of court time in the Lady Tigers’ win over Winthrop on Nov. 25 • Played four minutes against Kent State in the first game of the Husky Classic over the Thanksgiving weekend • Saw action in both games against Florida State and also in the final home game of the season versus Georgia Tech on Feb. 22 • Had her season high of nine minutes against Charleston Southern and recorded her block in that game • Grabbed two minutes in six minutes of play in the win over Western Carolina on Feb. 4 • Also played two minutes in Clemson’s historic win in the first round of the ACC Tournament • Earned the Air Force ROTC Award at the post season banquet, which is presented to the player who best exhibits the core values of the Air Force, as demonstrated by her integrity, service before self and excellence in all endeavors.

Before Clemson • Four-year letterwinner at Tift County High School in Tifton, GA • Also lettered three years in tennis • Named to the First-Team All-State in 2007 and 2008 • Was a four-time all-area selection (2005-08) • Earned first-team all-region in 2006, 2007 and 2008 • Scored over 1,000 points in her career • Nominated for the McDonald’s All-America game • Played in the Georgia North-South All-Star Game • Also participated in the South Georgia All-Star Shootout

Personal • Born January 9, 1990 • Majoring in health science.

Year GP GS Min 2008-09 9 0 33 TOTAL 9 0 33

Welker’s Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 3.7 0 5 .000 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 1 4 5 0.6 3.7 0 5 .000 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 1 4 5 0.6

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Kirstyn

WRIGHT

5’11” • Jr. • Guard • Stone Mountain, GA

In 2008-09 • Saw action in 28 games as one of the top players off the bench in 2008-09 • Played nearly 18 minutes per game to average 4.4 points and 1.8 rebounds per game • Totaled 36 assists and 23 steals while draining 19 three-pointers for the year • Earned her first career start in the season opener at Furman and responded with 12 points and two steals in 33 minutes • Also started the next two games – against Presbyterian and at South Carolina – to average 5.0 points and 3.0 rebounds • Then scored 11 points coming off the bench to play 27 minutes against Georgia State; also had a season-high six rebounds in the contest • Played a significant role in Clemson’s win over Washington in the finals of the Husky Classic; scored 13 points with four rebounds and four assists coming off the bench • Contributed to the Lady Tigers’ win over Northwestern in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Dec. 4 with three assists and a pair of steals • Followed with an eight-point performance in the come-from-behind win over Ohio on Dec. 6; tied her career high with three steals in the contest as well • Had five assists and three steals in the next two games combined before seeing her minutes drop • Played just 36 total minutes in a five-game stretch from Dec. 29 – Jan. 18, scoring just five points with six rebounds, three assists and two steals • Did not play in the next three games due to a suspension • Played eight minutes in her first game back; did not score but had two assists • Then had one of her best games of the season against #14 Virginia on Jan. 26; scored 13 points after a 3-for-5 night from three-point range and also tallied three assists in just 18 minutes of action • Scored just one field goal and two free throws for four points against Virginia Tech two days later • Averaged just 14.8 minutes per game in the final seven contests of the regular season, posting just 14 total points in the final month of play • Scored five points in Clemson’s historic win over Georgia Tech in the opening round of the ACC Tournament • Then hit a pair of three-pointers for eight points against North Carolina in the quarterfinals of the conference tournament.

In 2007-08 • Versatile wing player who was forced to play the point in the 2007-08 season due to team injuries • Played in 30 games as a freshman, missing the one due to family reasons • Ranked third on the team with 52 assists; also had 26 steals • Averaged 5.0 points and 2.5 rebounds per game in 2007-08 • Made a team-best 32 three pointers, hitting nearly 30-percent of her attempts on the year • Led the team in scoring in four games and scored in double figures five times in 2007-08 • Scored her season high of 16 points at Georgia Tech in a homecoming game for the Stone Mountain, GA native • Was 6-for-9 from the field against the Yellow Jackets, hitting a pair of three-pointers and handing out three assists • Was also Clemson’s high scorer against South Carolina (14), Charleston Southern (12) and Wake Forest (12) • Other double figure scoring game came at home versus Western Carolina (10) in the second game of the season • Played 20 minutes in her first career game (Maine, 11/9), scoring 7 points on 3-for-7 shooting. • Nearly had a double-double against Rice in the Coors Classic with nine points and a season-high nine rebounds • Her 12 points against Charleston Southern on Dec. 16 helped the Lady Tigers post the victory; was 5-for-7 from the field with a pair of three-pointers • Was 4-for-8 from three-point range against South Carolina on Dec. 22 and also had three steals in the game • First of four games with four assists came against Miami on Jan. 10 • Scored eight points in 17 minutes against Boston College on Jan. 28.


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• Led team with 12 points off the bench after hitting 4-6 from three-point range against Wake Forest on Feb. 3; also tied career high with four assists and had two steals • Had team-best three assists along with three steals and a rebound at #3 North Carolina on Feb. 7 • Drained a trio of threes against Virginia on Feb. 21, including two late in the first half to put Clemson within nine at the break • Handed out four assists to tie for team-high against NC State on Feb. 28. Also had five rebounds • Led team with four assists while scoring five points and collecting two rebounds in win at Florida State on Mar. 2 • Played 12 minutes in ACC Tournament opening round against NC State and had six points and two rebounds • Did not score against North Carolina in the second round of the tournament but saw 15 minutes of action.

Before Clemson • Was a 2007 first-team all-state selection at Stephenson High School in Stone Mountain, GA • Selected to the All-Metro Atlanta Girls Team in 2007 • Earned a McDonald’s All-America nomination in 2007 • Named the MVP of the 2007 Atlanta All-Star Classic Games • Member of 4Shot Hoops Magazine’s Elite 60 players list in 2007 • Ranked as the #148 player in the nation by the 2007 Blue Star Basketball Report • Was a member of four state semifinal teams, in 2005, 2006 and 2007, and one state championship team, in 2004 • Jaguars were named the 2007 Atlanta Tip-Off Club Metro Team-of-the-Year as well as the Atlanta Journal Constitution Jackie Bradford Mid-Season Atlanta Metro Team, presented by the Atlanta Sports Council • Led Stephenson to 5-A regional titles in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 • Named to Rise Magazine’s 2006 Greater Atlanta All-Area Girls Hoops Players list • Also selected to the 2004 Dekalb County all-tournament team • Ranked in the Dekalb County 5-A top-25 for a single season in four categories (threepoint field goal percentage in 2004-05 and 2006-07, scoring in 2006-07 and field goal percentage in 2006-06) • Also listed in the top 15 for assists in the 2006-07 season.

Personal • One of eight players from the state of Georgia on the 2008-09 Clemson roster • Born July 21, 1989 • Majoring in communication studies.

Career Highs Category.................................................................................High Points..............................................16 vs. Georgia Tech, 1/31/08 Field Goals Made..............................6 vs. Georgia Tech, 1/31/08 Field Goal Attempts......................................11 vs. Rice, 11/23/07 ....................................................11 vs. South Carolina, 12/22/07 Free Throws Made......................... 3 vs. Georgia State, 11/22/08 Free Throw Attempts...................... 5 vs. Georgia State, 11/22/08 3-Pointers Made........................... 4 vs. South Carolina, 12/22/07 .............................................................4 vs. Wake Forest, 2/3/08 3-Point Attempts........................... 8 vs. South Carolina, 12/22/07 Rebounds...................................................... 9 vs. Rice, 11/23/07 Assists................................................................. 4 vs. several (5) Blocked Shots..................................2 vs. Chattanooga, 12/15/08 Steals.................................................................. 3 vs. several (4)

Year GP GS Min 2007-08 30 0 553 2008-09 28 3 491 TOTAL 58 3 1044

Total Avg FG FGA 18.4 57 176 17.5 45 150 18.0 102 326

Wright’s Career Statistics 3-Point Rebounds Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot .324 32 108 .296 5 13 .385 20 56 76 .300 19 89 .213 15 20 .750 12 39 51 .313 51 197 .259 20 33 .606 32 95 127

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts 2.5 52 1 52 54 7 26 151 1.8 54 2 36 49 7 23 124 2.2 106 3 88 103 14 49 275

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Cristy

5th Season at Clemson

McKINNEY

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

The McKinney File Birthday July 13 Hometown Rockwell, N.C. Personal Robert, Husband Education East Rowan HS NC State, 1979 Bachelor of Science in math education, Western Carolina, 1981 - Master of Arts in physical education Playing Experience NC State University, 1976-79 Athletes In Action, 1978-79 Dallas Diamonds (WBL), 1979-80 Coaching Experience Western Kentucky - Graduate Assistant, 1979-81 Western Kentucky - Assistant Coach, 1982-84, 1986-93 Montevallo - Head Coach, 1984-86 Rice University - Head Coach, 1993-2005 Clemson University - Head Coach, 2005-present

Cristy McKinney is now in her fifth season at the helm of the Clemson women’s basketball team and her 17th overall season as a head coach. The native of Rockwell, NC returned to the Carolinas following a 12-year stint at Rice University and has made strides in returning the Lady Tiger program to the days of its national prominence. The 2008-09 team showed improvement as McKinney led the Lady Tigers to an 8-2 record through the first 10 games of the season, the best start to a year since 2003-04, two years before her arrival. They went on to post a 14-17 record for the program’s highest winning percentage in six seasons. McKinney coached her first All-ACC player as junior Lele Hardy was a third-team selection, as well as a member of the 2009 ACC All-Defensive Team. She guided Clemson to the quarterfinals of the conference tournament for the second straight year, which marked the first time since 1998 and 1999 that the Lady Tigers had won a game in back-toback seasons at the ACC Tournament. The 2009 Clemson team will be forever in the record books as the Lady Tigers recorded an historic upset in the opening round. While the program made progress, McKinney admits that there is more work to be done. She and her coaching staff have been persistent and diligent on the recruiting trail and hope to see the payoffs on the court from their highly regarded classes. Although they arrived late for the 2006 class, McKinney signed South Carolina’s AAAA State Player-ofthe-Year Lele Hardy and also gained a commitment from first-team All-Georgia selection Morganne Campbell. Hardy, who will be a senior in 2009-10, impacted the program from her first season and has already left her mark in the record books. She holds school records for steals as a freshman and a junior and is just 40 steals shy of the program record. Hardy also ranks among the best for career points and rebounds and is one of only 13 Clemson players in history to score at least 1,000 points and collect at least 500 rebounds over her career. Under McKinney’s tutelage, Hardy became the first member of that club this decade. McKinney and her staff then inked a top-25 rated class in 2007, signing five players who, with the exception of a season-ending injury to Bryelle Smith, contributed immediately and effectively as rookies. Whitney Hood and Jasmine Tate provided depth in the post, while Sthefany Thomas and Kirstyn Wright proved to be offensive weapons to complement McKinney’s core veterans. They improved as sophomores and will be looked upon for leadership roles as juniors in 2009-10. Four players signed in November of 2008 and solidified Clemson’s presence in the state of Georgia. Three inside players from the Peach State – Lindsey Mason, Shaniqua Pauldo and Lindsay Welker - joined the Lady Tiger program for the 2008-09 season, while the fourth member of the 2008 class, Morgan McMinn, hails from North Carolina. With just one scholarship available in 2009, McKinney brought in North Carolina native Keyrra Gillespie. A true point guard, Gillespie will fill the void left by Tasha Taylor and could see immediate playing time. She was voted first team all-state by the Associated Press after averaging 13.8 points, 9.9 assists, 7.6 rebounds and 5.5 steals per game. Gillespie set North Carolina records for assists in a

single season with 298 in 2008-09 and over a career with 953. She is the only player in state history to have reached the 900-assist mark during her career. She was also named to the 2009 All-Observer (Charlotte) Women’s Basketball Team and was rated as the #18 point guard and a top-100 overall player in the 2009 recruiting class by Hoopgurlz. “I am excited about the future of Lady Tiger basketball,” McKinney exclaimed. “I feel like the players in the program are developing in a way that I want them to develop, and we just see good things happening on a day-to-day basis with this program.” The 2007-08 season, McKinney’s third, ended on a high note. The team won in dramatic fashion to close out the regular season and then advanced to the second round of the ACC Tournament for the first time since 2003. The win over Florida State, achieved on a buzzer-beating basket by Morganne Campbell that culminated a 14-point comeback, was also the 600th in program history. The Lady Tigers then rode the momentum into the conference tournament to defeat NC State in the first round, 65-60. The Wolfpack had handed Clemson one of its worst home losses in history just seven days earlier, but this time the team withstood a late second-half scoring drought and recorded the win in overtime. Notching the victory against Kay Yow’s NC State team was the second milestone triumph for McKinney in 2007-08. It was her first win over Yow, whom she played for as a Wolfpack Woman from 1976-79, in five tries. Earlier in the season, McKinney led her current team to a 62-59 win over Rice, a program she spent 12 years building prior to her arrival in Tigertown. An influx of early injuries, including three torn ACLs, altered McKinney’s game plan for the season and forced the freshmen into primary roles. What remained was an active roster of one wounded senior, one junior, four sophomores and five freshmen. Under those conditions, she guided Clemson to a 12-19 overall record and a 4-10 ledger in the conference to match its win totals from the 2006-07 season. Three of the Lady Tigers’ ACC wins came on the road to mark the first time since the 2003-04 season that they defeated at least a trio of league foes on their home courts. In the second year of McKinney’s reign, Clemson won more games than in each of the previous two, while placing two players on the ACC All-Freshman team. The Lady Tigers doubled their conference win total from the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons and won their first ACC road game in nearly three years when they defeated Wake Forest, 73-57, in Winston-Salem, NC to open league play. Clemson ended the season with a 4-10 conference record and a 12-18 overall ledger. McKinney guided Hardy to one of the most successful rookie campaigns in program history, as she set numerous Clemson freshman records. Hardy recorded 98 steals for the year, the most for a Lady Tiger freshman and fourth-best in ACC freshman history behind an impressive group of league legends. She became the third Clemson player in history and the first since 1989 to post an ACC-best for steals per game, while also becoming the first Lady Tiger to lead the conference in any category since 2001. Her 3.3 average was also listed fifth in the nation, the highest national rank for the category


Coaching Staff free throws in its Jan. 16 contest against Wake Forest for a program-best .952 percentage. The Lady Tigers were also ranked in the top 20 nationally in two statistical categories last year, and Clemson point guard Tasha Taylor also finished in the top 20 individually. Taylor thrived in McKinney’s up-tempo style of play that allowed her to push the ball and create scoring opportunities in transition; she handed out 5.59 assists per game to rank 18th in the nation for the figure. Taylor’s figures also helped the Lady Tigers to a 16.62 team assist average which ranked 19th in the nation. On the defensive end of the court, McKinney led her team to a #18 national ranking for blocks per game with a 5.1 average. The season marked the first time in school history that Clemson had achieved top-20 rankings in either of the statistical categories, and Taylor’s ranking was the highest a Lady Tiger had in Clemson history and the highest finish since the attained individually for assists per game. 1992-93 season. The Clemson program is not McKinney’s first Red-shirt freshman Christy Brown joined Hardy experience in building a program from the ground as an all-rookie selection, marking the first time in up. In the 11 seasons prior to McKinney’s arrival in school history that two players earned the honor in Houston, the Lady Owl program experienced just the same season. two winning seasons. After her arrival, Rice had a With McKinney’s coaching, junior Tasha Taylor record of .500 or better in 10 of 12 seasons. made a successful transition to the shooting guard McKinney brought 12 years of Division I head position, as she significantly improved both her coaching experience, all of which came at Rice. three-point shooting numbers and field goal perShe compiled a record of 216-139 while in charge centage. Classmate D’Lesha Lloyd then broke onto of the Lady Owl program. She is Rice’s all-time winthe scene in her second season under McKinney’s ningest coach with the 216 victories. She guided tutelage, achieving better marks in just about every Rice to consecutive winning seasons each of the statistical category. last nine years, including six seasons of 20 wins or The team set another top-five mark for threemore. point field goals made with 147, while the Lady Her teams averaged 20.4 wins per season over Tigers’ performance in their final regular season the last eight years. In 12 years prior to McKinney’s game also made the Clemson annuals. They hit tenure at the school, Rice had a record of 133-190. 9-of-14 three-pointers to tie for third-most in a single Thus, she was responsible for 83 more wins during game and rank fourth in school history with a .643 her time in Houston. percentage for the contest. In McKinney’s final season with the Lady Owls, In a transition year to McKinney’s coaching sysRice had a 24-9 overall record, won the WAC Tourtem, the 2005-06 Lady Tigers struggled at times nament crown, and shared the WAC regular season but also saw moments of success. Clemson ended title with Louisiana Tech after recording a 14-4 conthe season with an 8-21 record and went 2-12 in a ference mark. McKinney was subsequently named league that included three teams that reached the WAC Coach of the Year. An 86-66 victory over LouiNCAA Final Four, along with the eventual national siana Tech in the conference tournament final sent champions. Rice to its second ever NCAA Tournament appear The Lady Tigers set two single game school ance, with both occurring under McKinney’s watch. records during McKinney’s first season. The team The 2004-05 season also included a 12-game winposted 16 blocked shots against Furman to first ning streak, which tied a school record. etch its name in the record books, bettering the pre In 2003-04, McKinney led Rice to the finals of the vious mark by two. Clemson then converted 20-21 WAC Tournament and a 22-10 overall ledger. The Lady Owls McKinney’s Head Coaching Record advanced to the second round of the WNIT and finished first in Year School Record Pct. Post Season the nation with 7.0 blocks per 1993-94 Rice 13-14 .481 game, setting a school record 1994-95 Rice 11-16 .407 with 224 total. 1995-96 Rice 13-14 .481 McKinney’s 2001-02 squad 1996-97 Rice 16-11 .593 went 21-9, including a landmark 1997-98 Rice 21-9 .700 WNIT, 1st round victory over sixth-ranked Louisiana Tech. It remains the high1998-99 Rice 20-12 .625 WNIT, Elite Eight est ranked opponent Rice has 1999-2000 Rice 22-10 .688 NCAA, 2nd round defeated in its history. The Lady 2000-01 Rice 18-12 .600 Owls went 14-4 in the WAC and 2001-02 Rice 21-9 .700 WNIT, 1st round were selected to the WNIT for 2002-03 Rice 15-12 .556 the third time in school history. 2003-04 Rice 22-10 .688 WNIT, 2nd round 2004-05 Rice 24-9 .727 NCAA, 1st round The 1999-2000 season featured many firsts for McKinney and 2005-06 Clemson 8-21 .276 the Rice program. She guided 2006-07 Clemson 12-18 .400 the team to a 22-10 record and 2007-08 Clemson 12-19 .387 its first WAC Tournament title. 2008-09 Clemson 14-17 .452 The Lady Owls defeated SMU in the championship game to Total 17 Seasons 262-213 .552 earn the program’s first ever

NCAA Tournament berth. From there, McKinney and the Lady Owls pulled off a 67-64 upset over #4 seed UC Santa Barbara. McKinney coached WAC Tournament MVP Marla Brumfield to Kodak All-America honorable mention and Kirra Jordan to the All-Tournament team. Both players went on to be drafted by the WNBA, a first for the Rice program. Brumfield was the 22nd pick of the draft by the Minnesota Lynx, while Jordan was selected 41st by the Seattle Storm. Brumfield reunited with McKinney at Clemson in 2009. Rice finished the 1998-99 season with a 20-12 mark and an appearance in the WNIT. McKinney’s squad played host to the school’s first ever postseason basketball game, a 65-58 victory over Miami (FL). The Lady Owls then defeated Baylor to advance to the WNIT quarterfinals. In her fifth season at Rice, McKinney guided the 1997-98 Lady Owls to a 21-9 record, the first ever 20-win season in school history. The Lady Owls were 11-3 and finished tied for second in the WAC standings. Rice was rewarded with its first ever postseason advancement, as the Lady Owls earned a berth in the WNIT. During her tenure at Rice, McKinney coached seven different players to all-conference honors a total of 12 times. Included in the list are five first-team selections. Brumfield was a four-time All-WAC selection, twice earning first-team honors. In the 200506 season, McKinney coached Lauren Neaves and MichelleWoods to second-team All-WAC status. Neaves earned WAC Tournament MVP honors at the 2005 tournament after leading the squad to its second NCAA appearance. McKinney put together an outstanding run against WAC competition, compiling a 103-40 career record versus conference opponents. That equates to a 72 percent winning ledger. In addition to her outstanding accomplishments on the court, McKinney stresses success off it to her student-athletes. During her 12-year tenure at Rice, 100 percent of her four-year players have graduated. No stranger to hard work, McKinney spent her final eight seasons at Rice in the dual role of head women’s basketball coach and associate athletic director/senior women’s administrator. In addition to her head coaching duties, she supervised the women’s swimming, volleyball, and track and field programs. McKinney served two years as head coach at NAIA school Montevallo (1984-85 and 1985-86), where she helped the Lady Eagles to a seven-win improvement and earned District Coach of the Year honors her second season. McKinney made a name for herself among the coaching ranks as an assistant at Western Kentucky for nine seasons. She helped the Lady Hilltoppers to a 43-18 record during the 1982-84 seasons, before leaving for Montevallo. She then returned to serve as an assistant from 1986-93. During that seven-year span, McKinney helped Western Kentucky to a 169-47 record, seven NCAA appearances, and three straight “Sweet 16” appearances, and a Final Four appearance in 1992. McKinney earned four letters as an accomplished forward for the N.C. State Wolfpack from 1976-79. Playing under current head coach Kay Yow, she scored 1,359 career points and pulled down over 600 rebounds. She shot 78.3 percent from the free throw line during her playing career. McKinney was a member of N.C. State’s first ACC regular season championship team. She still holds the freshman record for free throws made (135) and scoring average (17.5 points per game). She earned a B.S. degree in math education in 1979 from N.C. State. She then earned a M.A. degree in physical education while working as a graduate assistant at Western Carolina. Formerly Cristy Earnhardt, she is married to Robert McKinney. The couple has been married 23 years.

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Coaching Staff McKinney Against All Competition Opponent Air Force Alcorn State Arizona Arkansas Arkansas State Auburn Baylor Belmont Boise State Boston College Bradley Brigham Young Brown California-Irvine California-Santa Barbara Campbell Charleston Southern Charlotte Chattanooga Cincinnati College of Charleston Colorado Colorado State Cornell Dayton Duke Duquesne Eastern Illinois Elon Florida A&M Florida State Fresno State Furman Georgetown George Washington Georgia Georgia State Georgia Tech Grambling State Hawaii Houston Idaho Idaho State Illinois State Iona

Record 2-0 1-0 2-2 1-7 1-0 0-1 6-3 0-1 7-1 0-4 2-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 0-3 1-2 1-1 1-0 0-2 0-3 2-0 1-2 0-4 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-7 16-2 3-1 0-1 1-1 0-2 1-0 2-7 1-1 12-5 3-5 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0

Last Meeting W, 83-35, 2/1/99 W, 77-61, 12/7/96 L, 43-68, 11/14/04 L,63-79, 12/2/08 W, 59-52, 3/18/04 L, 60-62, 11/26/04 L, 65-77, 11/30/04 62-82, 11/25/05 W, 61-56, 2/3/05 L, 51-71, 1/23/09 W, 62-50, 11/22/96 W, 65-57, 3/6/98 W, 67-54, 1/4/94 W, 68-45, 12/19/93 W, 67-64. 3/18/00 W, 71-56, 12/30/93 W, 85-60, 1/20/09 L, 51-58, 1/2/09 W, 79-74, 12/15/08 L, 54-68, 12/19/02 W, 64-42, 11/13/06 L, 66-85, 11/22/02 L, 52-70, 3/5/99 W, 76-63, 11/25/01 L, 43-81, 12/18/07 L, 53-77, 2/13/09 W, 80-72, 11/14/07 W, 66-52, 12/3/93 W, 80-69, 11/29/02 W, 74-47, 12/30/99 L, 58-75, 2/19/09 W, 89-74, 2/19/05 L, 68-82, 11/14/08 L, 56-69, 12/30/5 W, 67-54, 12/1/01 L, 50-67,12/22/08 L, 75-82, 11/22/08 W, 81-69, 3/5/09 L. 63-83, 12/4/94 W, 70-49, 2/26/05 L. 65-67, 3/13/02 W, 81-35, 12/3/94 W, 85-49, 12/6/02 W, 66-51, 11/19/99 W, 94-53, 12/1/01

Opponent Record Last Meeting James Madison 1-1 W, 69-60, 12/7/07 Kennesaw State 2-0 W, 78-65, 12/29/08 Kent St. 3-1 W, 68-53, 11/28/08 Lamar 2-2 L, 51-53, 11/13/99 Lehigh 1-0 W, 94-46, 12/28/95 Long Beach State 1-0 W, 78-65, 12/21/93 Louisiana-Lafayette 2-0 W, 81-50, 1/4/99 Louisiana State 1-3 L, 51-73, 11/29/03 Louisiana Tech 4-7 W. 86-66, 3/12/05 Massachusetts 2-0 L, 52-76, 3/13/04 Maine 1-2 W, 72-59, 11/9/07 Maryland 0-4 L, 56-65, 1/15/09 Memphis 2-1 W, 97-88, 11/26/05 Mercer 1-0 W, 65-29, 12/5/97 McNeese State 2-1 W, 63-43, 11/12/04 Miami (Fla.) 3-2 W, 74-68, 1/5/09 Michigan 0-2 L, 47-63, 12/4/99 Michigan State 0-1 L, 51-68, 11/29/07 Mississippi 0-3 L, 66-70, 11/21/05 Missouri 0-1 L, 54-78, 11/11/05 Monmouth 1-0 W, 73-58, 12/3/04 Montana 0-2 L. 66-65, 12/8/96 Montana State 2-0 W, 76-51, 11/24/97 Nebraska 0-2 L, 56-59, 12/30/03 Nevada 10-2 W, 64-54, 3/9/05 Nevada-Las Vegas 2-1 L, 66-68, 3/21/04 New Mexico 1-2 L, 48-69, 3/7/98 New Mexico State 1-0 W, 81-65, 11/21/80 New Orleans 0-1 L, 60-70, 1/3/94 North Carolina 0-7 L, 55-74, 3/6/09 North Carolina-Asheville 1-0 W, 90-67, 2/15/95 North Carolina-Greensboro 2-0 W, 61-47, 11/30/01 Northwestern 1-0 W, 78-75 (OT), 21/4/08 NC State 1-5 L, 43-69, 2/26/09 Notre Dame 1-1 W, 72-61, 12/28/01 Ohio 1-0 W, 60-57, 12/6/09 Oklahoma 0-1 L, 59-89, 12/30/94 Oklahoma State 0-3 L, 52-75, 3/15/98 Prairie View A&M 2-0 W, 114-34, 12/9/94 Presbyterian College 1-0 W, 66-35, 11/16/08 Purdue 1-1 W, 64-63, 12/21/96 Rhode Island 1-0 W, 67-62, 12/23/04 Rice 1-0 W, 62-59, 11/23/07 Richmond 1-0 W, 77-65, 11/24/00 St. Joseph’s 1-0 W, 65-55. 11/29/97

December 11, 1976: Then Cristy Earnhardt, McKinney scores 22 points and collects 12 rebounds in her first game played against Clemson in Littlejohn Coliseum to lead NC State to a 94-82 victory as a sophomore.

March 11, 2000: McKinney’s Owls defeat SMU to claim their first WAC Tournament Championship. The win secured Rice’s first-ever bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Opponent Record Last Meeting Sam Houston State 3-1 W, 64-51, 12/21/03 Samford 1-0 W, 67-60, 11/26/99 San Diego 1-1 W, 72-68, 12/11/05 San Diego State 2-0 W, 66-61, 2/19/98 San Jose State 14-2 W, 76-68, 3/11/05 Santa Clara 1-1 L. 46-63, 11/19/98 Savannah State 1-0 W, 97-62, 12/23/05 Siena 1-0 W, 77-67, 11/24/07 South Carolina 2-4 W, 52-45, 11/19/08 Southern 1-0 W, 72-41, 12/30/95 Southern Illinois 1-0 W, 62-55, 11/28/98 Southern Methodist 14-12 W, 53-50, 3/5/05 St. John’s 1-0 W, 95-88, 11/24/06 Stanford 0-1 L, 62-72, 12/18/03 Stephen F. Austin 2-0 W, 75-62, 11/19/04 Tennessee State 0-1 L, 51-68, 12/29/93 Tennessee Tech 1-1 W, 70-67, 12/17/07 Texas 1-6 L, 75-89, 2/7/96 Texas-El Paso 14-1 W, 70-60, 2/5/05 Texas-Pan American 2-0 W, 67-60, 11/17/00 Texas A&M 3-6 W, 60-57, 1/3/00 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2-0 W, 61-55, 1/8/03 Texas Christian 13-4 L, 58-76, 3/9/01 Texas Southern 3-0 W, 115-35, 11/14/97 Texas State 2-0 W, 87-67, 12/17/04 Texas Tech 0-12 L. 55-66. 11/22/04 Tulane 0-2 L, 62-69, 11/29/95 Tulsa 13-6 W. 61-56, 2/12/05 UCLA 0-1 L, 63-76, 12/3/05 UNLV 0-1 L, 66-68, 3/21/04 Utah 2-3 W, 74-57, 3/4/99 Vanderbilt 0-3 L, 656-74, 11/20/07 Virginia 0-4 L, 67-75, 1/26/09 Virginia Commonwealth 1-0 W, 77-72 (OT), 12/31/98 Virginia Tech 2-2 L, 61-75, 1/28/09 Wagner 1-0 W, 94-66, 12/18/05 Wake Forest 6-2 L, 66-71, 2/8/09 Washington 1-0 W, 85-67, 11/30/08 Western Carolina 1-1 W, 73-64, 2/4/09 Western Illinois 1-0 W, 62-48, 11/27/04 Winthrop 2-0 W, 76-68, 11/25/08 Wisconsin 0-1 L. 58-71, 2/8/00 Wofford 1-0 W, 94-81, 12/22/06 Wyoming 2-1 L, 64-82, 11/30/02

McKinney Timeline

1975-76: McKinney established a N.C. State freshman record by averaging 17.5 points per game. The record still stands in a tie for first place in the Wolfpack record books today. February 2, 1978: With a 86-36 win over Duke, McKinney helps NC State clinch its first regular season ACC title in school history. She helped the Wolfpack to a #3 final national ranking that year. April 4, 1992: As an assistant coach at Western Kentucky, McKinney helps guide the Lady Toppers to the championship game of the NCAA Tournament with an 84-72 win over SW Missouri State. July, 1993: McKinney is announced as the third head coach in Rice women’s basketball history. She takes over a program that went 42-68 in a four-year span prior to her arrival in Houston. November 27, 1993: Cristy McKinney guides Rice to a 83-56 win over Texas Southern and earns her first win at the Division I level as well as her first win at Rice. February 22, 1998: McKinney earns her first win over a ranked opponent by defeating #15 Hawaii by a score of 76-71. Rice went on to upset #16 Utah in its next game. March 12, 1999: McKinney guides Rice to a 65-58 win over Miami (FL), earning her first Postseason WNIT win. December 21, 1999: McKinney wins her 100th game as head coach at Rice. The Lady Owls defeat Cornell, 73-48.

March 18, 2000: By defeating #9 UC-Santa Barbara in her first NCAA Tournament appearance by a score of 67-64, McKinney earns the first NCAA Tournament win for the Rice program as well as her first win over a Top 10 team. March 30. 2000: Rice shooting ace Jenny Cafferty is crowned the best three-point shooter in the nation by winning the women’s national three-point shooting title as well as defeating the men’s winner in ESPN’s 12th annual Slam Dunk & Three-Point Shooting Championship. April 25, 2000: Rice players Marla Brumfield and Kirra Jordan make school history by becoming the first Lady Owls to be drafted by the Women’s National Basketball Association. Brumfield is selected 22nd overall by the Minnesota Lynx, while Jordan is the 41st pick for the Seattle Storm. November 10, 2000: Rice makes its first appearance in the Preseason WNIT and defeats South Carolina, 61-56. March 3, 2001: A Lady Owls’ win against Fresno State gives McKinney her 50th WAC victory. November 17, 2001: By winning her 135th game, McKinney becomes the winningest coach in Rice history after defeating Texas A&M at Corpus Christi, 66-59. February 9, 2002: A 72-59 win over Boise State gives McKinney her 150th victory at Rice.

December 21, 2003: McKinney earns her 200th career win by defeating Sam Houston State, 64-51. March 12, 2005: McKinney leads Rice to its second conference championship by defeating Louisiana Tech, earning her second NCAA Tournament berth. April 18, 2005: McKinney is introduced as Clemson’s fourth women’s basketball head coach at a press conference in Littlejohn Coliseum. November 26, 2005: McKinney earns her first victory as the head coach at Clemson, as the Lady Tigers defeat Memphis by a score of 97-88 in the Lady Tiger Thanksgiving Classic in Memphis, TN. January 8, 2006: With Clemson’s 72-63 victory over Georgia Tech, McKinney won her first Atlantic Coast Conference game. February 27, 2007: Under McKinney’s guidance, Clemson players Christy Brown and Lele Hardy are named to the ACC All-Freshman team. Their selections marked the first time in school history that more than one player had been named to the conference AllFreshman team. November 23, 2007: McKinney leads her current Lady Tiger squad to a win over Rice in the Coors Classic, marking her first victory over the team she led for 12 seasons. March 6, 2008: McKinney defeats her former coach Kay Yow for the first time as the Lady Tigers win 65-60 in overtime over the NC State Wolfpack in the first round of the 2008 ACC Tournament. March 5, 2009: McKinney leads Tigers to an ACC Tournament victory over five-seed Georgia Tech to win in the ACC Tournament for the second consecutive season.


Coaching Staff Clemson Superlatives Under McKinney Category Total Points 1st Half Points 2nd Half Points 1st Half Field Goal Percentage 2nd Half Field Goal Percentage Scoring Margin Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage Three-Point Field Goals Made Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts) Total Rebounds Offensive Rebounds Rebound Margin Assists Turnovers Blocked Shots Steals Fouls

Category Total Points

97 97 54 56 .586 .633 (19-30) +35 39 39 84 .557 10 24 .833 (5-6) 21 25 25 1.000 (11-11) 54 24 24 +17 +17 29 29 29 16

Clemson Team High vs. Memphis, 11/26/05 vs. Savannah State, 12/23/05 vs. Savannah State, 12/23/05 vs. Wofford, 12/22/06 vs. Tennessee Tech, 12/17/06 vs. Washington (11/30/08) vs. Savannah State, 12/23/05 vs. Memphis, 11/26/05 vs. St. John’s, 11/24/06 vs. Chattanooga, 11/16/06 vs. Memphis, 11/26/05 vs. Wagner, 12/18/05 vs. Furman, 11/30/05 vs. James Madison, 12/6/06 vs. Savannah State, 12/23/05 vs. Miami (1/5/09) vs. Maryland (1/15/09) vs. Wake Forest, 2/12/06 vs. several teams vs. Wagner, 12/18/05 vs. Kennesaw State, 12/10/06 vs. Wagner, 12/18/05 vs. Savannah State, 12/23/05 vs. Memphis, 11/26/05 vs. North Carolina, 1/6/06 vs. Georgia Tech, 2/1/09 vs. Furman, 11/30/06*

22 vs. Maine, 11/9/07 31 vs. Arkansas, 11/10/06

Opponent Team High 110 by Maryland, 1/6/08

1st Half Points 2nd Half Points 1st Half Field Goal Percentage 2nd Half Field Goal Percentage Field Goals Made

61 60 .667 .773 41

Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage

79 by James Madison, 12/7/08 .621 by Maryland, 1/6/08

Three-Point Field Goals Made Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts) Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts) Total Rebounds Offensive Rebounds

by North Carolina, 1/6/06 by North Carolina, 1/11/07 by Dayton, 12/18/07 by Maryland, 1/6/08 by Maryland, 1/6/08

16 by Wake Forest, 2/12/06 34 .571 (8-14) 33 40

by Chattanooga, 11/17/07 by Furman (11/14/08) by Tennessee Tech, 11/18/05 by Furman (11/14/08)

.941 by South Carolina, 1/2/06 (16-17) 62 by South Carolina, 11/20/06

Turnovers

28 28 26 26 35

Blocked Shots Steals Fouls

12 by North Carolina, 2/7/08 20 by Georgia Tech (2/1/09) 26 by Arkansas, 11/10/06

Assists

* - indicates school record

by James Madison, 12/7/07 by Charlotte, 1/2/08 by Duke, 2/5/07 by North Carolina, 3/7/08 by Maine, 11/9/07

Clemson Team Low 39 vs. Florida State, 1/20/08 9 16 .114 .100 (3-30) -64 15

vs. Florida State, 1/20/08 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/12/05 vs. Florida State, 1/20/08 vs. Boston College (1/23/09)

52 52 .214 0 6 .000 (0-11) 2 2 2

vs. NC State, 2/8/07 vs. Georgia Tech, 1/31/08 vs. Florida State, 1/20/08 vs. South Carolina, 1/2/06 vs. James Madison, 12/6/06 vs. South Carolina, 1/2/06

vs. Maryland, 1/6/08 vs. Florida State, 1/20/08

vs. Virginia Tech, 2/9/06 vs. Maine, 11/25/06 vs. Maine, 11/25/06

.385 vs. Furman, 11/30/05 (5-13) 22 vs. Boston College, 1/28/08 4 vs. Virginia, 2/26/06 -28 vs. Duke, 2/5/07 6 vs. South Carolina, 12/22/07 7 vs. Winthrop (11/25/08) 0 0 1 12 12

vs. Vanderbilt, 11/20/07 vs. NC State, 2/26/09 vs. Maryland, 2/23/06 vs. San Diego, 12/11/05 vs. South Carolina, 12/22/07

Opponent Team Low 35 by Presbyterian (11/16/08) 14 18 .219 .241 (7-29) 14

by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by College of Charleston, 11/13/06 by Rice, 11/23/07 by Kent State (11/28/08) by Presbyterian (11/16/08)

39 .274 .274 0 0 2 .083 (1-12) 3 6

by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by College of Charleston, 11/13/06 by Wake Forest, 2/15/07 by Savannah State, 12/23/05 by Virginia, 2/21/08 by Savannah State, 12/23/05 by Florida State, 1/18/07

.333 (24-38) .333 (23-21) 28 28 6 6 6 10 10 0 2 7 7

by Kennesaw State, 12/10/06 by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Mississippi, 11/21/05 by Virginia Tech, 2/9/06 by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Georgia State (11/22/08) by Winthrop, 12/20/05 by Boston College, 2/5/06 by South Carolina (11/19/08) by Duke, 2/5/07 by Maryland, 1/6/08 by many by Winthrop (11/25/08) by Michigan State, 11/29/07 by Winthrop (11/25/08)

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A.G.

2nd Season

HALL

Assistant Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator

The Hall File Birthday March 18 Hometown Jacksonville, FL Personal Donna, wife Benjamin, son (4) Kamran, son (7) Jalen, son (12) Education Mandarin High School (FL), 1994 North Carolina Central University, 1998 Playing Experience North Carolina Central University, 1994-98 Coaching Experience North Carolina Central University - Asst. Coach, 2000-02 Providence College - Assistant Coach, 2002-08 Clemson University - Assistant Coach, 2008pres.

A.G. Hall is now in his second year as the recruiting coordinator for the Clemson women’s basketball program. In his first season, Hall helped the Lady Tigers post their highest winning percentage since the 2002-03 season while handling the recruitment and signing of four-star talent Kerrya Gillespie. “AG Hall is one of the bright young coaches in this business,” said Head Coach Cristy McKinney. “He is knowledgeable and intense on the court and relates well with players.” “I’ve always believed that recruiting is a team effort. Coach Hall’s personality, contacts and organizational skills will definitely be important in the recruiting efforts of our staff. I am really happy to have such a quality person and coach join Lady Tiger basketball.” A native of Jacksonville, FL, Hall gives McKinney three coaches on her staff with ties to the Southeast. Hall oversees all recruiting efforts while working with both the post and perimeter players on the court. During the 2008-09 season, Hall helped Clemson put together an 8-2 record through the first 10 games for the best start in five years and end the season with the most wins since that same 2003-04 team. The Lady Tigers advanced to the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament for the second straight year, which marked the first time since 1998 and 1999 that the Lady Tigers had won a game in back-to-back seasons at the conference championship. Clemson’s 2009 win over Georgia Tech was an historic victory as the biggest upset ever at the ACC Tournament. Hall also helped coach junior Lele Hardy to a pair of league honors in 2008-09 with ACC All-Defensive Team accolades and an All-ACC Third Team selection. She became Clemson’s first all-conference player since 2004 and was just the third different player in program history to be named to the league defensive team. On the recruiting trail, Hall was instrumental in bringing top-100 player Keyrra Gillespie to Clemson. With just one scholarship available, Gillespie is the lone player in the signing class, but she will have an opportunity to impact the team early in her career. As one of the top players in North Carolina, the 5-6 point guard led Statesville High School to a 26-4 record and the quarterfinals of the state tournament in the 3A division. Gillespie was voted first team all-state by the Associated Press after averaging 13.8 points, 9.9 assists, 7.6 rebounds and 5.5 steals per game. She was also a first-team selection in 2007-08. Gillespie set North Carolina records for assists in a single season with 298 in 2008-09 and over a career with 953. She is the only player in state history to have reached the 900-assist mark during her career. She was also named to the 2009 All-Observer (Charlotte) Women’s Basketball Team and was rated as the #18 point guard and a top-100 overall player in the 2009 recruiting class by Hoopgurlz. During the 2007-08 season at Providence, Hall coached Mi-Khida Hankins to BIG EAST All-Freshman Team honors as the rookie averaged 10.4 points per game with a 4.0 rebounds per game figure. He helped Providence to nearly triple its win total from his first three seasons in the final three years of his tenure. Prior to joining the staff at Providence, Hall served as assistant women’s basketball coach at North Carolina Central University for two seasons (2000-2002). During his first season at NCCU, Hall orchestrated an Eagle defense that finished No. 4 in NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball. His contributions helped the Eagles post a 16-game winning streak, maintain an undefeated home record for two seasons and earn a first-ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. Hall served as the recruiting coordinator for the Eagles and was responsible for arranging off-campus recruiting visits and official visits for prospects. During the 2001-02 season, Hall helped guide the Eagles to a regular-season conference championship and an appearance in the NCAA Division II round of 16. He also aided in the development of 2002 WNBA Draft Pick, Amba Kongola, who became the first women’s basketball student-athlete in school (and Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) history to be drafted into the WNBA when the Phoenix Mercury selected her with the 56th pick. Hall also developed Zakia Vanhoose and Shenika Worthy who were both honored as All-CIAA Conference and HBCU All-Americans. Hall’s first recruit, Tiona Beatty, earned CIAA Conference honors twice and scored over 1,200 points for her career. Hall was a four-year letterwinner (1994-98) at North Carolina Central University. He helped guide his squad to two Divisional titles and two at-large bids to the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Tournament. In 1998, Hall earned a B.A. in business administration from North Carolina Central University. Hall is married to Donna and has three sons, Jalen (12), Kamran (8), Benjamin (4).


Coaching Staff 5 Season th

Todd

STEELMAN

Assistant Coach

Todd Steelman enters his fifth season in 2009-10 as an assistant coach with the Lady Tigers. Steelman made the move to Clemson following two successful seasons at Rice University, working alongside head coach Cristy McKinney. When McKinney was named the head coach at Clemson on April 18, 2005, it was an easy decision for her to ask Steelman, a Hickory, NC native, to make the move with her. During his two years in Houston, the Owls compiled 46 wins (including a school-record 24 wins in 2004-05), an invitation to the WNIT, and a WAC tournament championship and NCAA tournament bid in 2005. Steelman, noted as an excellent communicator, serves many roles for the Lady Tiger program. He has worked with the team’s post players and is now in charge of player development for the wings, which includes 2009 3rd team All-ACC player Lele Hardy. Prior to the 2008-09 season, Steelman was responsible for the frontcourt players, where he oversaw the development of players such as Amanda Frist, Moreemi Davis, and D’lesha Lloyd. Each player saw their production increase significantly under his tutelage. Recruiting is another area in which Steelman’s efforts are focused. He has responsibilities ranging from the evaluation of players to involvement with on-campus visits. Steelman also spends time maintaining communication with high school and AAU coaches, particularly in the state of North Carolina. Steelman also plays an integral role with the other assistants in monitoring the academic progress of current squad members, which supplements the guidance the players receive from academic advisor Leslie Moreland-Bishop. Additionally, Steelman oversees the team’s various community service efforts, which have included trips to local elementary schools and visits to area children’s hospitals. He also serves as the program’s liaison with the sports marketing department and serves as the director of the Lady Tiger Basketball Camps, which saw over 1,000 campers make their way to the Clemson campus in 2009. Steelman has been a three-time invitee to the prestigious Nike Villa 7 Consortium, which brings together some of the nation’s premier assistant coaches. The consortium, held in Beaverton, Oregon, provides coaches with valuable exposure to on-court and roundtable sessions to develop professionally. He is also actively involved in the WBCA, where he has served as a presenter at the national convention. A high school coach for nine years, Steelman began his coaching career at Cresset Christian Academy in Durham, NC. He spent seven seasons (1994-99 and 2001-03) as the varsity girls’ head coach, two years (1997-99) as the boys’ head coach, and four years as the school’s athletic director. During his tenure as the Eagles’ coach, Steelman won 2 Triad Athletic Conference Coach of the Year awards and guided the team to 156 wins, including a 51 game conference winning streak. Cresset reached the state semifinals in 2001 and the state championship game in 2002. From 1999-2001, Steelman was at the helm of the girls’ basketball program at Kerr-Vance Academy in Henderson, NC. He guided the Spartans to their first ever Coastal Plains Conference championship in 2000 and was named coach of the year by the Henderson Daily Dispatch. A graduate of John Brown University, Steelman earned a bachelor’s of science degree in broadcasting in 1989 and continued with graduate studies at the University of North Carolina. At UNC, Steelman worked as a volunteer with the 199394 NCAA Championship women’s basketball team. Along with wife Tracy and their three children, Matthew (19 and a sophomore guard on the men’s basketball team at Wofford College), Hannah (10), and Jonathan (8), the Steelman’s make their home in Clemson.

The Steelman File Birthday May 25 Hometown Hickory, NC Personal Tracy, wife Matthew, son (19) Hannah, daughter (10) Jonathan, son (8) Education Dulles High School (TX), 1985 John Brown University, 1989 Playing Experience North Texas State, 1985-86 Coaching Experience Cresset Christian Academy (Durham, NC) - Head Coach, 1994-99, 2001-03 Kerr Vance Academy (Hendersonville, NC) - Head Coach, 1999-2001 Rice University - Assistant Coach, 2003-05 Clemson University - Assistant Coach, 2005-present

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Marla

1st Season

BRUMFIELD Assistant Coach

The Brumfield File Birthday June 4 Hometown Houston, TX Education Westside High School (SC), 1992 Rice University, 2000 B.A., Mathematics and Managerial studies Prairie View A&M University Master’s of Education Playing Experience Rice Universtiy - 1996-2000 WNBA - 2000-04 Minnesota Lynx Miami Sol Charlotte Sting Coaching Experience Rice University - Assistant Coach, 2000-02 Alief Independent School - Head Coach, 2005-08 Clemson University - Assistant Coach, 2009-present

Marla Brumfield enters her first season as an assistant coach with the Clemson women’s basketball program, but she is a familiar face for Head Coach Cristy McKinney. Brumfield starred as a player at Rice University under McKinney and spent two years on the sidelines as a member of the Lady Owls staff. “We are excited about adding Marla Brumfield to our coaching staff,” McKinney said. “She brings invaluable playing experience from her college days and her time in the WNBA. Her personality and work ethic will also allow her to recruit the top players in the country.” At Clemson, Brumfield will work primarily with the guards and will be involved with recruiting efforts and on-court player development. “I am excited to be working with Coach McKinney and Tiger family,” Brumfield said. “Having watched them play for the past few years I look forward to being in the trenches and preparing to battle in the ACC!” Brumfield comes to Clemson most directly from the Alief Independent School District in Houston, TX where she served as a teacher and coach. Following her stellar playing career at Rice, Brumfield spent two seasons as an assistant for the Lady Owls on McKinney’s staff. The team had a combined 39-21 record during her two years on the sidelines. Brumfield also played four seasons in the WNBA with the Minnesota Lynx, Miami Sol and Charlotte Sting from 2000-04. She was the first women’s basketball player from the Western Athletic Conference to be drafted by the WNBA when Minnesota selected her with the 22nd overall pick in 2000. As a collegiate player, Brumfield was a four-time All-WAC honoree and was named the 1997 WAC Co-Freshman-of-the-Year. She earned the WAC Tournament MVP award after leading Rice to the conference title and its first ever trip to the NCAA Tournament as a senior in 2000. She was also named an Honorable Mention Kodak All-American for the 1999-2000 season in which she averaged 15.1 points per game while leading the Lady Owls in assists as well. Brumfield led Rice to an upset victory over ninth-ranked UC Santa Barbara in the first round of the 2000 NCAA Tournament. She still holds the school record career steals and ranks fourth all-time in career scoring and assists. Brumfield graduated from Rice University in 2000 with a degree in mathematics and managerial studies and later earned her master’s in education from Prairie View A&M University.


Coaching Staff 5th Season

Kanetra

QUEEN

Director of Basketball Operations Kanetra Queen is entering her fifth season as the Director of Women’s Basketball Operations at Clemson, but the Fayetteville, NC native has been a fixture around the Lady Tiger program since 2000. Queen was a four-year letterwinner from 2000-04 and followed her playing career with a one-year stint as the program’s graduate assistant. She assumed her current position after the 2005 season and has remained in her post for all four seasons under Head Coach Cristy McKinney. “Kanetra had been exactly what I thought she would be as our Director of Basketball Operations, organized, efficient and fun to work with,” McKinney said. Queen’s lengthy list of responsibilities includes organizing team travel arrangements and assisting with the team’s budget. She also coordinates activities for the team’s Orange Brigade fan group, while supervising the team’s student managers and game-day operations. Furthermore, Queen manages housing arrangements for the student-athletes, oversees the admissions process for incoming freshman and handles other administrative duties required of a Division I basketball program. She serves as a liaison between the women’s basketball program and the athletic department’s academic advising offices, compliance personnel and equipment department. Queen is also actively involved in the Lady Tiger Basketball Summer Camps. She is responsible for camper registration to include insurance, housing and meals for all campers. In addition to her internal duties, Queen will be serving as color analyst on Lady Tiger broadcasts for WCCP-FM and Clemson Tiger Sports Network for her fifth season in 200809. She also served as a color analyst for ACC Select during the 2007-08 conference tournament. “I’m excited about the opportunity to continue working with the women’s basketball program here at Clemson and with Coach McKinney,” Queen said. “I believe that she definitely has a tremendous love and passion for the game of basketball. I feel privileged to have the opportunity to learn from her.” Queen was given an opportunity to serve as an interim assistant coach while former Clemson Associate Head Coach Shanice Stephens was on maternity leave. She filled in for Stephens to start the 2007-08 season and was on the sidelines for the first 10 games. The Lady Tigers won five of them, including the Coors Classic in Colorado over the Thanksgiving weekend. Queen earned four letters at Clemson from 2000 to 2004. A veteran of 104 games, she started 37 during her career. She totaled 241 points and 214 assists during her time as a Lady Tiger. She was named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll during each of her four years at Clemson. She earned the ACC’s Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholarship in 2004 as a result of her outstanding undergraduate academic and athletic accomplishments. Queen earned her undergraduate degree in communication studies from Clemson in 2004 and completed her master’s degree in Human Resource Development in May of 2006.

The Queen File Birthday December 12 Hometown Fayetteville, NC Education E.E. Smith High School (NC), 2000 Clemson University, 2004 Bachelor of Science in communication studies Clemson University, 2006 Master of Arts in human resource development

Playing Experience Clemson University, 2000-04

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Support Staff Donna Bullock enters her 21st season as the Lady Tiger athletic trainer. She came to Clemson in the 1988-89 season after serving as a student trainer for the University of Southwest Louisiana. While at Southwest Louisiana, Bullock earned a degree in english education with a minor in health. She also played one year of softball. A native of Denton, TX, Bullock graduated from Denton High School, where she was a three-sport participant in basketball, track, and softball and also served as an athletic trainer. Bullock received her master’s degree in guidance and counseling from Clemson in August, 1990. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the South Carolina Athletic Trainers Association. She is the mother of three sons: twins Michael (14) and Clay (14), and Dillon (11).

Christie Rogers enters her first season as a graduate assistant with the Clemson women’s basketball program. Upon graduation from Washington College in Chestertown, Md. with a degree in psychology, Rogers was hired by McKinney, where she will work toward a Master’s in Youth Development Leadership Prior to her arrival at Clemson, Rogers played for three years at Washington College after transferring from St. Mary’s (MD) following her freshman season. As a member of the Shorewomen, Rogers played in 72 games, starting 25 of them, and was a captain in each of her three seasons with the team. Although young, Rogers has had many valuable coaching experiences already. She worked with the Washington Mystics franchise in the 2008 season as a women’s basketball coach intern. She assisted the staff during planning, worked in drills, helped with scouting, and worked with the strength training staff as well. At Clemson, Rogers will be responsible for breaking down film and other video activities, as well as various office tasks. Additionally, she will be responsible for the coordination of gameday statistics and will aid in other analyses of team performance.

Andy Farrell is in his second season as an assistant director of athletic video services at Clemson. He will be working primarily with the men’s and women’s basketball programs. Farrell is responsible for film exchange, video editing, scouting reports, mailout assistance, and office organization. Despite being only 25 years old, Farrell has a tremendous amount of experience in collegiate basketball. He comes to Clemson after serving as a graduate assistant for the men’s basketball team at Virginia Commonwealth for the 2007-08 season. While at VCU, he was involved with all phases of video editing and film exchange. Farrell also filmed and logged practices and games and became quite proficient with the latest XOS Technology. Farrell was the head student assistant at the University of Dayton from 2003-07. While at Dayton, he also worked as marketing director and camp coordinator for coach Jim Jabir of the Flyer women’s basketball team. He coordinated aspects of three different camps and also created marketing and promotional materials for the camps. Farrell earned his bachelor’s degree in Finance and Economics from Dayton in 2007, graduating Magna Cum Laude.

Dr. Larry Bowman Orthopedic Surgeon

Millie Davis Team Manager

Travis Furbee Ticket Manager

Shelly Geer Administrative Assistant

Van Hilderbrand Associate Athletic Director Event Management

Barbara Kennedy-Dixon Associate Athletic Director Senior Women’s Administrator

Larry LaForge NCAA/ACC Faculty Representative

Mike Money Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions

Andrew Moore Team Manager

Leslie Moreland Academic Advisor

Stephanie Peagler Team Manager

Dr. Len Reeves Team Physician

Josh Runion Equipment Manager

Gary Wade Assistant Athletic Director Facilities

Ashley Wilson Team Manager


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2009 WBCA Classic Quick Facts Location Host Venue Dates

Tournament Schedule Richmond vs. Clemson UConn vs. Hoftstra

5:00 p.m. PT 7:30 p.m. PT

Saturday, Nov. 28 Saturday, Nov. 28

Clemson vs. Hofstra UConn vs. Richmond

5:00 p.m. PT 7:30 p.m. PT

Sunday, Nov. 29 Sunday, Nov. 29

Richmond vs. Hofstra Clemson vs. UConn

2:00 p.m. PT 4:30 p.m. PT

Friday, Nov. 27 Friday, Nov. 27

Storrs, CT University of Connecticut Gampel Pavilion Nov. 27-29

Hofstra University

UConn

Quick Facts Location Hempstead, NY Nickname Pride Colors Gold, White and Blue Enrollment 12,400 Conference Colonial Athletic Association Facility David S. Mack Sports & Exhibition Complex Capacity 5,045

Quick Facts Location Storrs, CT Nickname Huskies Colors National Flag Blue (Navy) and White Enrollment 28,677 Conference Big East Facility Gampel Pavilion Capacity 10,167

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Coaching Staff Head Coach Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Record at Hofstra (years) 47-47 (3) Career Record (years) 47-47 (3) Assistant Coaches Danielle Santos Faisal Khan Jessica Mannetti

Coaching Staff Head Coach Geno Auriemma Record at UConn (years) 696-122 (24) Career Record (years) 696-122 (24) Assistant Coaches Chris Dailey Jamelle Elliott Shea Ralph

Coaching Staff Head Coach Michael Shafer Record at Richmond (years) 64-61 (5) Career Record (years) 64-61 (5) Assistant Coaches Ginny Doyle Mike McGuire Ebony Tanner Moore

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 CAA Record 2008-09 CAA Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 39-0 2008-09 Big East Record 14-0 2008-09 Big East Finish 1st 2008-09 Post Season National Champions

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 24-10 2008-09 Atlantic 10 Record 9-5 2008-09 Atlantic 10 Finish 5th 2008-09 Post Season WNIT Third Round

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

16-14 8-10 Tied for 6th NA

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

9/4 3/2

Richmond

9/2 4/1

Quick Facts Richmond, VA Spiders Red and Blue 2,950 Atlantic 10 Robins Center 9,071

12/2 5/0

Sports Information SID contact Stephen Gorchov SID email stephen.a.gorchov@hofstra.edu SID office phone (516) 463-4933 Fax number (516) 463-5033 Press Row Number (516) 463-7725 Website www.GoHofstra.com

Sports Information SID contact Randy Press SID email randy.press@uconn.edu SID office phone (860) 486-3531 Fax number (860) 486-5085 Press Row Number (860) 486-1888 Website www.UConnHuskies.com

Sports Information SID contact Rachel Park SID email rpark@richmond.edu SID office phone (804) 287-6312 Fax number (804) 289-8694 Press Row Number (804) 289-8806 Website www.RichmondSpiders.com

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 1-0 At Clemson, SC Series tied, 0-0 At Hempstead, NY Series tied, 0-0 At Neutral Site Clemson leads, 1-0

Series Information Overall Record UConn leads, 2-1 at Clemson, SC Series tied, 0-0 at Storrs, CT Series tied, 1-1 at Neutral Site UConn leads, 1-0

Series Information First meeting in history.

Streak

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Clemson won the last game Only Meeting December 29, 1996 - Hanover, NH Clemson 69, Hofstra 59

UConn has won the last 2 games First Meeting March 17, 1990 - Storrs, CT Clemson 61, UConn 59


Opponents

2009 ACC/Big Ten Challenge 2009 CHALLENGE SCHEDULE Wednesday, December 2 Georgia Tech at Penn State Illinois at Wake Forest Boston College at Iowa Thursday, December 3 Michigan at Virginia Tech Clemson at Northwestern Minnesota at Maryland North Carolina at Michigan State Ohio State at Duke Purdue at Virginia Florida State at Indiana Wisconsin at NC State SERIES RECORDS Michigan leads Virginia Tech, 1-0 (Last Meeting: Michigan, 79-63, 11-29-96) Clemson and Northwestern, Series Tied, 1-1 (Last Meeting: 2008 Big Ten/ACC Challenge: Clemson, 78-75 OT, 12-4-08) Maryland leads Minnesota, 1-0 (Last Meeting: Maryland, 86-74, 12-22-80) North Carolina leads Michigan State, 3-0 (Last Meeting: North Carolina, 82-65, 12-19-99) Florida State leads Indiana, 3-1 (Last Meeting: 2007 Big Ten/ACC Challenge: Florida State, 85-78, 11-30-07) Wisconsin Leads NC State, 1-0 (Last Meeting: Wisconsin, 65-48, 12-8-01)

2008 CHALLENGE RESULTS (ACC 7, BIG TEN 4) ACC leads, 1-0 ACC leads, 2-0 ACC leads, 3-0

Wednesday, December 3, 2008 Georgia Tech 70, #21 Michigan State 57 Florida State 73, Penn State 60 #2 North Carolina 72, #18 Ohio State 63 BTen Network

ACC leads, 4-0 ACC leads, 5-0 ACC leads, 6-0 ACC leads, 6-1 ACC leads, 6-2 ACC leads, 7-2

Thursday, December 4, 2008 #8 Maryland 70, #17 Purdue 59 BTen Network Clemson 78 Northwestern 75 (OT) #12 Duke 71, Iowa 47 Minnesota 80, Boston College 60 BigTenNetwork.com Wisconsin 61, Virginia Tech 52 BigTenNetwork.com #19 Virginia 63, Illinois 39 BTen Network

ACC leads, 7-3 ACC wins, 7-4

Friday, December 5, 2008 Indiana 69, Miami 54 Michigan 63, North Carolina State 52 2007: ACC 8, Big Ten 3

BTen Network

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Boston College

Charleston Southern

Charlotte

Friday, January 29 - 6:30 pm Clemson, SC

Sunday, December 6 - 4:00 pm Clemson, SC

Monday, January 4 - 12:00 pm Charlotte, NC

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

Chestnut Hill, MA Eagles Maroon and Gold 14,500 Atlantic Coast Silvio O. Conte Forum 8,606

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

Charleston, SC Buccaneers Blue and Gold 3,286 Big South Buccaneer Field House 789

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Charlotte, NC 49ers Green and White 22,338 Atlantic 10 Halton Arena 9,105

Coaching Staff Head Coach Sylvia Crawley Record at Boston College (years) 24-12 (1) Career Record (years) 62-37 (3) Assistant Coaches Stephanie Lawrence Yelton Geoff Lanier Angelita Forte’

Coaching Staff Head Coach Julie Goodenough Record at Charleston So.(years) 30-60 (3) Career Record (years) 241-175 (14) Assistant Coaches Rachel Bullard Leslie Cook Sloan Calvert

Coaching Staff Head Coach Karen Aston Record at Charlotte (years) 41-23 (2) Career Record (years) 41-23 (2) Assistant Coaches Ken Griffin Krystion Obie Nelson Angela Ortega

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 24-12 2008-09 ACC Record 8-8 2008-09 ACC Finish 7th 2008-09 Post Season WNIT, Final Four

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 Big South Record 2008-09 Big South Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 23-9 2008-09 A-10 Record 11-3 2008-09 A-10 Finish 2nd 2008-09 Post Season NCAA Tournament

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

9/6 5/0

12-18 6-10 8th NA 10/5 4/1

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

9/3 3/2

Sports Information SID contact Stephanie Tunnera SID email turrera@bc.edu SID office phone (617) 552-4530 Fax number (617) 552-4903 Press Row Number (617) 552-8989 Website www.bceagles.com

Sports Information SID contact Cedrique Flemming SID email cflemming@csuniv.edu SID office phone (843) 863-7688 Fax number (843) 863-7676 Press Row Number (843) 863-7683 Website www.csusports.com

Sports Information SID contact Brent Stastny SID email bmstastn@uncc.edu SID office phone (704) 687-6313 Fax number (704) 687-4918 Press Row Number (704) 687-4999 Website www.charlotte49ers.com

Series Information Overall Record Boston College leads, 4-1 At Clemson, SC Boston College leads, 2-0 At Chestnut Hill, MA Boston College leads, 2-0 At Neutral Site Clemson leads, 1-0

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 10-0 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 8-0 At Charleston, SC Clemson leads, 2-0 At Neutral Site NA

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 9-4 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 5-3 At Concord, NC Clemson leads, 2-1 At Neutral Site Clemson leads, 2-0

Streak Boston College has won the last 4 games

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Streak

Clemson has won the last 10 games

Charlotte has won the last 3 games

First Meeting December 28, 1996 - Hanover, NH Clemson 55, Boston College 52

First Meeting January 17, 1976 - Charleston, SC Clemson 68, Charleston Southern 66

First Meeting December 18, 1981 - Tampa, FL Clemson 80, Charlotte 61

Last Meeting January 23, 2009 - Chestnut Hill, MA Boston College 71, Clemson 51

Last Meeting January 20, 2009 - Clemson, SC Clemson 85, Charleston Southern 60

Last Meeting January 2, 2009 - Clemson, SC Charlotte 58, Clemson 51


Opponents

College of Charleston

Chattanooga

Duke

Monday, November 16 - 7:00 pm Clemson, SC

Saturday, December 12 - 5:00 pm Chattanooga, TN

Thursday, January 7 - 7:00 pm Clemson, SC

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

Charleston, SC Cougars Maroon and White 11,088 Southern Carolina First Arena 5,000

Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at CofC (years) Career Record (years) Assistant Coaches

Nancy Wilson 273-161 (14) 504-310 (27) Temple Elmore Josh Keys

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

Chattanooga, TN Lady Mocs Navy Blue, Old Gold, and Silver 9,807 Southern McKenzie Arena 11,218

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Durham, NC Blue Devils Royal Blue and White 6,340 Atlantic Coast Cameron Indoor Stadium 9,314

Coaching Staff Head Coach Wes Moore Record at Chattanooga (years) 267-76 (11) Career Record (years) 467-132 (20) Assistant Coaches Nikki Blassingame Mike Murray Amanda Eaton

Coaching Staff Head Coach Joanne P. McCallie Record at Duke (years) 52-16 (2) Career Record (years) 368-164 (17) Assistant Coaches Al Brown Shannon Perry Trisha Stafford-Odom

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 SC Record 2008-09 SC Finish 2008-09 Post Season

23-8 14-6 3rd NA

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 23-10 2008-09 SoCon Record 18-4 2008-09 SoCon Finish Tied 1st 2008-09 Post Season WNIT First Round

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 27-6 2008-09 ACC Record 11-3 2008-09 ACC Finish 3rd 2008-09 Post Season NCAA Second Round

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

11/5 3/2

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

11/4 3/2

9/3 2/3

Sports Information SID contact Tony Ciuffo SID email ciuffo@cofc.edu SID office phone (843) 953-5465 Fax number (843) 953-6534 Press Row Number (843) 953-6554 Website www.cofcsports.com

Sports Information SID contact Anne-Wehunt SID email Anne-Wehunt@UTC.edu SID office phone (423) 425-4618 Fax number (423) 425-4610 Press Row Number (423) 756-5476 Website www.GoMocs.com

Sports Information SID contact Lindy Brown SID email lbrown@duaa.duke.edu SID office phone (919) 684-2664 Fax number (919) 684-2489 Press Row Number (919) 684-6186 Website www.GoDuke.com

Series Information Overall Record Series tied, 8-8 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 7-2 At Charleston, SC CofC leads, 4-1 At Neutral Site CofC leads, 2-0

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 5-4 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 4-1 At Chattanooga, TN Chattanooga leads, 2-0 At Neutral Site Series tied, 1-1

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 32-31 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 16-11 At Durham, NC Duke leads, 18-9 At Neutral Site Clemson leads, 7-2

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Clemson has won the last 5 games

Clemson won the last game

Duke has won the last 12 games

First Meeting January 16, 1975 - Charleston, SC CofC 87, Clemson 68

First Meeting January 30, 1982 - Clemson, SC Clemson 103, Chattanooga 81

First Meeting January 11, 1978 - Clemson, SC Clemson 118, Duke 59

Last Meeting November 13, 2006 - Clemson, SC Clemson 64, CofC 42

Last Meeting December 15, 2008 - Clemson, SC Clemson 79, Chattanooga 74

Last Meeting February 13, 2009 - Durham, NC Duke 77, Clemson 53

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Florida State

Furman

Georgetown

Thu., Jan. 14 - 7:00 pm - Clemson, SC Thu., Feb. 11 - 7:00 pm - Tallahassee, FL

Friday, November 13 - 5:30 pm Clemson, SC

Wednesday, December 30 - 7:00 pm Clemson, SC

Quick Facts

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Tallahassee, FL Seminoles Garnet and Gold 38,553 Atlantic Coast Donald L. Tucker Civic Center 12,100

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts Greenville, SC Paladins Purple and White 2,600 Southern Timmons Arena 3,000

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Washington, DC Hoyas Blue and Gray 15,318 Big East McDonough Arena 2,400

Coaching Staff Head Coach Sam Dixon Record at Furman (years) 95-112 (7) Career Record (years) 95-112 (7) Assistant Coaches Brooke Carrigan-Jackson Crystal Weaver

Coaching Staff Head Coach Terri Williams-Flournoy Record at Georgetown (years) 70-77 (5) Career Record (years) Assistant Coaches Keith Brown Cory McNeill Ashley Davis

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 26-8 2008-09 ACC Record 12-2 2008-09 ACC Finish Tied 1st 2008-09 Post Season NCAA Second Round

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 SoCon Record 2008-09 SoCon Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 Big East Record 2008-09 Big East Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at FSU (years) Career Record (years) Assistant Coaches

Sue Semrau 205-160 (12) 205-160 (12) Cori Close Angie Johnson Lance White

7/3 3/2

12-18 6-14 9th NA 8/3 2/3

20-14 7-9 Tied for 9th WNIT

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

12/3 4/1

Sports Information SID contact Dave Schmidt SID email dschmidt@fsu.edu SID office phone (850) 644-4836 Fax number (850) 644-3820 Press Row Number (850) 224-8790 Website www.seminoles.com

Sports Information SID contact Hunter Reid SID email hunter.reid@furman.edu SID office phone (864) 294-2061 Fax number (864) 294-3061 Press Row Number (864) 294-3620 Website www.furmanpaladins.com

Sports Information SID contact Barbara Jonas SID email bj57@georgetown.edu SID office phone (202) 687-7155 Fax number (202) 687-2491 Press Row Number (202) 687-1581 Website www.guhoyas.com

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 24-14 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 11-7 At Tallahassee, FL Clemson leads, 11-7 At Neutral Site Clemson leads, 2-0

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 19-3 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 9-1 At Greenville, SC Clemson leads, 9-2 At Neutral Site NA

Series Information Overall Record Series tied, 1-1 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 1-0 At Washington, DC Georgetown leads, 1-0 At Neutral Site NA

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Florida State won the last two games

Furman won the last game

Georgetown won the last game

First Meeting December 20, 1980 - Columbus, MS Clemson 78, Florida State 59

First Meeting January 28, 1976 - Clemson, SC Clemson 97, Furman 47

First Meeting January 2, 2005 - Clemson, SC Clemson 71, Georgetown 62

Last Meeting February 19, 2009 - Clemson, SC Florida State 75, Clemson 58

Last Meeting November 14, 2008 - Greenville, SC Furman 82, Clemson 68

Last Meeting December 30, 2005 - Washington, DC Georgetown 69, Clemson 56


Opponents

Georgia

Georgia Tech

Kennesaw State

Monday, December 28 - 7:00 pm Clemson, SC

Mon., Jan. 11 - 7:00 pm - Atlanta, GA Mon., Feb. 8 - 7:00 pm - Clemson, SC

Tuesday, November 24 - 7:00 pm Kennesaw, GA

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

Athens, GA Lady Bulldogs Red and Black 33,831 Southeastern Stegeman Coliseum 10,523

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

Atlanta, GA Yellow Jackets Old Gold and White 18,742 Atlantic Coast Alexander Memorial Coliseum 9,191

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Kennesaw, GA Lady Owls Black and Gold 21,000 Atlantic Sun KSU Convocation Center 4,784

Coaching Staff Head Coach Andy Landers Record at Georgia (years) 725-239 (30) Career Record (years) 807-260 (34) Assistant Coaches La’Keshia Frett Kim Hairston Cameron Newbauer

Coaching Staff Head Coach MaChelle Joseph Record at Georgia Tech (years) 106-76 (6) Career Record (years) 106-76 (6) Assistant Coaches Sytia Messer Teri Moren Gene Hill

Coaching Staff Head Coach Colby Tilley Record at Kennesaw State (years) 255-151 (14) Career Record (years) 708-270 (32) Assistant Coaches James Black Yolisha Jackson Leigh Carroll Swanson

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 18-14 2008-09 SEC Record 7-7 2008-09 SEC Finish 7th 2008-09 Post Season NCAA First Round

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 22-10 2008-09 ACC Record 8-6 2008-09 ACC Finish 5th 2008-09 Post Season NCAA, Second Round

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 A-Sun Record 2008-09 A-Sun Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

6/4 4/1

9/5 4/1

15-14 11-5 Tied 3rd NA 6/8 3/2

Sports Information SID contact Mike Mobley SID email mmobley@sports.uga.edu SID office phone (706) 542-1621 Fax number (706) 542-9339 Press Row Number (706) 542-8052 Website www.georgiadogs.com

Sports Information SID contact Dan Goldbeger SID email dgoldberger@athletics.gatech.edu SID office phone (404) 894-5445 Fax number (404) 894-1248 Press Row Number (404) 894-5458 Website www.ramblinwreck.com

Sports Information SID contact Jason Hanes SID email jhanes2@kennesaw.edu SID office phone (678) 797-2562 Fax number (770) 423-6665 Press Row Number (770) 499-3621 Website www.ksuowls.com

Series Information Overall Record Georgia leads, 12-5 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 4-3 At Athens, GA Georgia leads, 5-1 At Neutral Site Georgia leads, 4-0

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 42-20 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 22-7 At Atlanta, GA Clemson leads, 16-12 At Neutral Site Clemson leads, 4-1

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 2-0 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 2-0 At Kennesaw, GA NA At Neutral Site NA

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Georgia has won the last 4 games

Clemson won the last game

Clemson has won the last 2 games

First Meeting November 27, 1978 - Clemson, SC Clemson 77, Georgia 53

First Meeting January 31, 1980 - Clemson, SC Clemson 103, Georgia Tech 67

First Meeting December 10, 2006 - Clemson, SC Clemson 71, Kennesaw State 62

Last Meeting December 22, 2008 - Duluth, GA Georgia 67, Clemson 50

Last Meeting March 5, 2009 - Greensboro, NC Clemson 81, Georgia Tech 69

Last Meeting December 29, 2008 - Clemson, SC Clemson 78, Kennesaw State 65

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Maryland

Miami

North Carolina

Sunday, February 14 - 2:00 pm College Park, MD

Thursday, February 18 - 7:00 pm Clemson, SC

Friday, January 22 - 8:30 pm Chapel Hill, NC

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

College Park, MD Terrapins, Terps Red, White, Black and Gold 37,000 Atlantic Coast Comcast Center 17,950

Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at Maryland (years) Career Record (years) Assistant Coaches

Brenda Frese 176-60 (7) 233-90 (10) Tina Langley Marlin Chinn David Adkins

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at Miami (years) Career Record (years) Assistant Coaches

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 31-5 2008-09 ACC Record 12-2 2008-09 ACC Finish 1st 2008-09 Post Season NCAA Elite Eight

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 ACC Record 2008-09 ACC Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

5/4 2/3

Quick Facts

Coral Gables, FL Hurricanes Orange, Green, and White 15,323 Atlantic Coast BankUnited Center 7,000

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Chapel Hill, NC Tar Heels Carolina Blue and White 28,000 Atlantic Coast Dean E. Smith Center 21,750

Katie Meier 50-70 (4) 126-115 (8) Darrick Gibbs Lonnette Hall Carolyn Kieger

Coaching Staff Head Coach Sylvia Hatchell Record at North Carolina (years) 540-202 (23) Career Record (years) 812-282 (34) Assistant Coaches Andrew Calder Tracey Williams-Johnson Charlotte Smith

13-17 2-12 10th NA

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 28-7 2008-09 ACC Record 10-4 2008-09 ACC Finish 4th 2008-09 Post Season NCAA Second Round

7/7 3/2

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

9/6 3/2

Sports Information SID contact Joey Flyntz SID email tjflyntz@umd.edu SID office phone (301) 314-7064 Fax number (301) 314-9094 Press Row Number (301) 314-8624 Website www.umterps.com

Sports Information SID contact Scott Zavitz SID email szavitz@miami.edu SID office phone (305) 284-3236 Fax number (305) 284-2807 Press Row Number (305) 284-2111 Website www.hurricanesports.com

Sports Information SID contact Bobby Hundley SID email bhundley@uncaa.unc.edu SID office phone (919) 843-5678 Fax number (919) 962-0612 Press Row Number (919) 843-9509 Website www.TarHeelBlue.com

Series Information Overall Record Maryland leads, 36-24 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 14-13 At College Park, MD Maryland leads, 20-8 At Neutral Site Maryland leads, 3-2

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads 4-3 At Clemson, SC Miami leads, 3-0 At Coral Gables Clemson leads, 2-0 At Neutral Site Clemson leads, 2-0

Series Information Overall Record North Carolina leads, 47-26 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 14-13 At Chapel Hill, NC North Carolina leads, 22-8 At Neutral Site North Carolina leads, 10-4

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Maryland has won the last 8 games

Clemson won the last game

First Meeting January 19, 1978 - College Park, MD Maryland 91, Clemson 86

First Meeting December 19, 1981 - Tampa, FL Clemson 74, Miami 59

First Meeting February 5, 1976 - Charlottesville, VA North Carolina 85, Clemson 71

Last Meeting January 15, 2009 - Clemson, SC Maryland 65, Clemson 56

Last Meeting January 5, 2009 - Coral Gables, FL Clemson 74, Miami 68

Last Meeting March 6, 2009 - Greensboro, NC North Carolina 74, Clemson 55


Opponents

NC State

Northwestern

Ohio

Sunday, January 31 - 2:00 pm Clemson, SC

Thursday, December 3 - 7:00 pm Evanston, IL

Saturday, December 19 - 2:00 pm Athens, OH

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

Raleigh, NC Wolfpack Red and White 32,782 Atlantic Coast Reynolds Coliseum 8,560

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts Evanston, IL Wildcats Purple and White 8,000 Big Ten Welsh-Ryan Arena 8,117

Coaching Staff Head Coach Kellie Harper Record at NC State (years) First Year Career Record (years) 97-65 (5) Assistant Coaches Stephanie McCormick Jon Harper Richard Barron

Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at Northwestern (years) Career Record (years) Assistant Coaches

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 ACC Record 2008-09 ACC Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 Big Ten Record 2008-09 Big Ten Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

13-17 5-9 8th N/A 10/2 4/1

Joe McKeown 7-23 (1) 516-197 (23) Ali Jaques Daniel Prince Tennille Adams

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

7-23 3-15 10th NA 8/6 4/1

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Athens, OH Bobcats Hunter Green and White 28,442 Mid-American Convocation Center 13,168

Coaching Staff Head Coach Semeka Randall Record at Ohio (years) 13-18 (1) Career Record (years) 13-18 (1) Assistant Coaches Ryan Bragdon Karen Hewitt Skyler Young Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 MAC Record 2008-09 MAC Finish 2008-09 Post Season

13-18 7-9 3rd NA

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

9/6 3/2

Sports Information SID contact Mark Kimmel SID email mark_kimmel@ncsu.edu SID office phone (919) 515-1183 Fax number (919) 515-2898 Press Row Number (919) 513-1220 Website www.GoPack.com

Sports Information SID contact Julie Dunn SID email Julie-dunn@northwestern.edu SID office phone (847) 467-3746 Fax number (847) 491-8818 Press Row Number (847) 491-8852 Website NUsports.com

Sports Information SID contact Darrin Bates SID email batesd@ohio.edu SID office phone (740) 593-1299 Fax number (740) 597-1838 Press Row Number (740) 593-0516 Website www.ohiobobcats.com

Series Information Overall Record NC State leads, 47-28 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 17-14 At Raleigh, NC NC State leads, 24-6 At Neutral Site NC State leads, 9-5

Series Information Overall Record Series tied, 1-1 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads 1-0 At Evanston, IL Northwestern leads, 1-0 At Neutral Site NA

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 2-0 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 1-0 At Athens, OH NA At Neutral Site Clemson leads, 1-0

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NC State won the last game

Clemson won the last game

Clemson won the last 2 games

First Meeting December 11, 1976 - Clemson, SC NC State 94, Clemson 82

First Meeting November 16, 1997 - Evanston, IL Northwestern 70, Clemson 66

First Meeting December 29, 1993-94 - Hilton Head, SC Clemson 76, Ohio 48

Last Meeting February 26, 2009 - Raleigh, NC NC State 69, Clemson 43

Last Meeting December 4, 2008 - Clemson, SC Clemson 78, Northwestern 75 (OT)

Last Meeting December 6, 2008 - Clemson, SC Clemson 60, Ohio 57

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USC-Upstate

South Carolina

Virginia

Tuesday, December 15 - 7:00 pm Clemson, SC

Thursday, November 19 - 7:00 pm Clemson, SC

Thursday, February 4 - 7:00 pm Charlottesville, VA

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts

Spartanburg, SC Spartans Hunter Green, White & Black 5,268 Atlantic Sun G.B. Hodge Center 1,535

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts Columbia, SC Gamecocks Garnet and Black 25,077 Southeastern Colonial Life Arena 18,000

Coaching Staff Head Coach Tammy George Record at USC Upstate (years) 45-71 (4) Career Record (years) 88-92 (6) Assistant Coaches Kiki Glass Kevin Nicholls Bill Tinder

Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at South Carolina (years) Career Record (years) Assistant Coaches

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 Atlantic Sun Record 2008-09 Atlantic Sun Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 SEC Record 2008-09 SEC Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

13-16 5-12 7th NA 7/6 4/1

Dawn Staley 10-18 (1) 182-98 (9) Lisa Boyer Carla McGhee Nikki McCray

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

10-18 2-12 11th NA 6/6 4/1

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Charlottesville, VA Cavaliers, Wahoos, ‘Hoos Blue and Orange 21,057 Atlantic Coast John Paul Jones Arena 14,593

Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at Virginia (years) Career Record (years) Assistant Coaches

Debbie Ryan 699-298 (32) 699-298 (32) Tim Taylor Angel Elderkin Wendy Palmer

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 24-10 2008-09 ACC Record 8-6 2008-09 ACC Finish Tied 5th 2008-09 Post Season NCAA First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

8/6 2/3

Sports Information SID contact Joe Guistina SID email jguistina@uscupstate.edu SID office phone (864) 503-5152 Fax number (864) 503-5127 Press Row Number (864) 503-5058 Website www.upstatespartans.com

Sports Information SID contact Diana Koval SID email dkoval@mailbox.sc.edu SID office phone (803) 777-7977 Fax number (803) 777-2967 Press Row Number (803) 777-6182 Website www.GamecocksOnline.com

Sports Information SID contact Amy Mulligan SID email amulligan@virginia.edu SID office phone (434) 982-5534 Fax number (434) 982-5525 Press Row Number (434) 296-5910 Website www.virginiasports.com

Series Information Overall Record At Clemson, SC At Atlanta, GA At Neutral Site

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 32-22 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 21-6 At South Carolina South Carolina leads, 14-11 At Neutral Site South Carolina leads, 2-0

Series Information Overall Record Virginia leads, 35-28 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 14-13 At Charlottesville, VA Virginia leads, 18-10 At Neutral Site Series Tied, 4-4

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First meeting NA NA NA

First meeting between teams

Clemson won the last game

Virginia has won the last 6 games

First Meeting January 10, 1976 - Columbia, SC Clemson 66, South Carolina 61

First Meeting January 21, 1978 - Clemson, SC Clemson 86, Virginia 58

Last Meeting November 19, 2008 - Columbia, SC Clemson 52, South Carolina 45

Last Meeting January 26, 2009 - Clemson, SC Virginia 75, Clemson 67


Opponents

Virginia Tech

Wake Forest

Wofford

Thursday, February 25 - 7:00 pm Blacksburg, VA

Sun., Jan. 24 - 2:00 pm - Winston-Salem, NC Sun., Feb. 28 - 2:00 pm - Clemson, SC

Monday, December 21 - 7:00 pm Clemson, SC

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Blacksburg, VA Hokies Chicago Maroon and Burnt Orange 30,000 Atlantic Coast Cassell Coliseum 9,847

Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Quick Facts Winston-Salem, NC Demon Deacons Old Gold and Black 4,476 Alantic Coast Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum 14,665

Quick Facts Location Nickname Colors Enrollment Conference Facility Capacity

Spartanburg, SC Terriers Old Gold and Black 1,400 Southern Benjamin Johnson Arena 3,500

Coaching Staff Head Coach Beth Dunkenberger Record at Virginia Tech (years) 84-70 (6) Career Record (years) 149-120 (10) Assistant Coaches Shellie Greenman Stacy Cantley Angela Crosby

Coaching Staff Head Coach Mike Petersen Record at Wake Forest (years) 72-78 (5) Career Record (years) 260-205 (16) Assistant Coaches Natasha Adair Candice Jackson Bob Clark

Coaching Staff Head Coach Edgar I. Farmer, Jr. Record at Wofford (years) 39-106 (5) Career Record (years) 39-106 (5) Assistant Coaches Ed Gerth Brokke Wilhoit

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 ACC Record 2008-09 ACC Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 19-12 2008-09 ACC Record 5-9 2008-09 ACC Finish Tied 8th 2008-09 Post Season WNIT Second Round

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record 2008-09 SoCon Record 2008-09 SoCon Finish 2008-09 Post Season

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

12-18 2-12 Tied 10th NA

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

8/5 4/1

9/3 3/2

5-24 3-17 10th NA 8/4 4/1

Sports Information SID contact Torye Hurst SID email tohurst@vt.edu SID office phone (540) 231-8823 Fax number (540) 231-6984 Press Row Number (540) 231-3084 Website www.hokiesports.com

Sports Information SID contact Katy Hamlett SID email hamletkd@wfu.edu SID office phone (336) 758-4120 Fax number (336) 758-5140 Press Row Number (336) 727-2945 Website www.wakeforestsports.com

Sports Information SID contact Kim Tonkin SID email tonkinkj@wofford.edu SID office phone (864) 597-4092 Fax number (864) 597-4129 Press Row Number (864) 587-4487 Website www.woffordterriers.com

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 5-4 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 3-2 At Blacksburg, VA Series tied, 2-2 At Neutral Site NA

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 46-13 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 24-6 At Winston-Salem, NC Clemson leads, 22-7 At Neutral Site NA

Series Information Overall Record Clemson leads, 5-0 At Clemson, SC Clemson leads, 4-0 At Spartanburg, SC Clemson leads, 1-0 At Neutral Site NA

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Virginia Tech won the last game

Wake Forest Won the last game

Clemson has won the last 5 games

First Meeting December 29, 1984 - Clemson, SC Clemson 101, Virginia Tech 90

First Meeting December 5, 1977 - Winston-Salem, NC Clemson 108, Wake Forest 53

First Meeting February 10, 1998 - Clemson, SC Clemson 102, Wofford 55

Last Meeting January 28, 2009 - Clemson, SC Virginia Tech 65, Clemson 61

Last Meeting February 8, 2009 - Clemson, SC Wake Forest 71, Clemson 66

Last Meeting December 22, 2006 - Clemson, SC Clemson 94, Wofford 81

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The ACC Tournament

Greensboro Coliseum In the past 32 years of the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament, there have been eight different sites. The inaugural tournament was held in 1978 at University Hall on the campus of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The Tournament then moved to Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, N.C., in 1979, hosted by NC State. The University of Maryland’s Cole Field House in College Park was the site of the 1980 Tournament, while Clemson University’s Littlejohn Coliseum was home to the 1981 event. It returned to Reynolds Coliseum in 1982. The Conference Tournament remained in North Carolina from 1983 to 1991, hosted by Fayetteville’s Cumberland County Memorial Arena. The Tournament then moved to Winthrop Coliseum in Rock Hill, S.C., for a four-year span (1992-96), until the 1997 move to Independence Arena in Charlotte, N.C., which hosted the event for three years. For the past ten years, the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament has been held in the Greensboro Coliseum, which will serve as the 2010 ACC Tournament host.

ACC Women’s Basketball Information Contacts Associate Commissioner

Nora Lynn Finch

Associate Director of Media Relations Assistant Director of Women’s Basketball Administrative Assistant to the Associate Commissioner Coordinator of Women’s Basketball Officials Mailing Address P.O. Drawer ACC Greensboro, NC 27417-6724 Overnight Address 4512 Weybridge Lane Greensboro, NC

Lindsey Rogers Brad Hecker Georgia Davis Charlene Curtis


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Center for Student Involvement. From community service to

entertainment and everything in between, the Center for Student Involvement aims to help connect students who have similar interests as well as provide opportunities to gain valuable experiences while having a great time. With 315 student organizations on campus, there are lots of ways to get involved at Clemson! The Brooks Center for Perform-

ing Arts presents more than 75 performances each year, including Broadway touring shows, international chamber music ensembles, Clemson student productions and family entertainment. The Robert Muldrow Cooper Library, located in the center of campus, is the main library of the Clemson University Libraries System. Six floors house more than 1.5 milllion items, including books, periodicals and microforms. There’s something in the soil of Bowman Field that builds character, responsibility, courage and teamwork in the lives and hearts of Clemson students. Bowman Field holds a sense of timeless connection for Clemson, and serves as a “green beach” on sunny days and the perfect place for the union of town and compus for special events.

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CLEMSON, SC

  The signs on the side of the highway as you enter Clemson say “Clemson: In Season Every Season.” From the point of view of most Clemson graduates, the seasons this slogan speaks of are football, basketball, baseball, etc. But a drive through town in the middle of spring, when the azaleas and dogwoods are in full bloom, or a walk through campus in October, when the trees are blazing in the brilliant colors of autumn, will leave little doubt that Clemson is indeed in season, every season. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and caressed by the shores of beautiful Lake Hartwell, Clemson is located in the northwest corner of South Carolina, two hours northeast of Atlanta, GA and two hours southwest of Charlotte, NC. The friendly residents of Clemson and the surrounding towns welcome visitors each year with a true dose of southern hospitality.

With its college-town, lakefront setting against a backdrop of mountains and forests, Clemson is characterized by a strong sense of community, a commitment to service and a love of winning – in academics, in athletics and in life.

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The area boasts a great variety of restaurants, ranging from the downtown barbecue and hamburger spots, to the historic Liberty Hall Inn and Calhoun Corners. Any palate or budget can find something to his or her liking, as more than 50 eating establishments are located in the Clemson/Pendleton/ Central area. The area adopts “Clemson Fever,” as Tiger Paws are omnipresent on local billboards and entrances. The mild climate of the foothills lends itself to many outdoor activities throughout the year. Clemson has excellent and ample facilities for tennis, golf, fishing, hiking, white-water rafting and various other pursuits. The campus borders the 900-plus-mile shoreline of Lake Hartwell, where swimming, boating, skiing and sailing are popular pasttimes. When one wants to leave the area, they do not have to go far to find whatever they are looking for. Pro sports are only a couple of hours away in Atlanta and Charlotte. For sun and fun, its an easy interstate drive to the coast of South Carolina, to Hilton Head Island, Myrtle Beach, or even historic Charleston. And for those who enjoy cooler climates, the mountains of North Carolina are only an hour’s drive away.

On football game days, Clemson becomes the fourth largest city in South Carolina, with over 81,000 “citizens” in attendance.

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According to Wikipedia, town and gown is a term used to describe the two communities of a university town: “town” being the nonacademic population and “gown” the university community. According to The Princeton Review, Clemson University has the best relationship of this kind in the nation.

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VICKERY HALL Student-Athlete Enrichment

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Since its inception in 1991, the Student-Athlete Enrichment Programs have provided student-athletes a continued commitment to excellence. Our approach is to address the total student-athlete, and we are committed to coaching our student-athletes to success in the academic, personal growth, career, and community service arenas. As an original member of the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, we provide opportunities and services to address the changing needs and skills of studentathletes during college and after graduation. This program was selected for the Division I-A Athletic Director’s Association “Program of Excellence” Award, a lifetime award recognizing CHAMP/Life Skills excellence. The Student-Athlete Enrichment Programs are housed in Vickery Hall, located in the center of campus. The $3-million structure is as impressive aesthetically as other athletic facilities. It recently underwent $300,000 in renovations to further assist our student-athletes in the classroom. But the importance of Vickery Hall to our student-athletes is not found in the structure itself, but in the many programs that the building houses.

Vickery Hall opened in the fall of 1991 and was the first facility in the country constructed solely to provide academic support to student-athletes. The two-story, 27,000 square-foot building is open all day and into the evening hours to accommodate the student-athletes’ extended schedules. Our programs are dedicated to provide a holistic, educational experience by inspiring an environment of respect, integrity, and excellence. Through these services, Vickery guides and encourages each individual to reach his or her full potential as a student, athlete, and citizen.

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Goals and Expected Results *Improve academic performance *Assist student-athletes in becoming goal oriented and aspiring to those goals *Assist with career planning and preparation for the working world *Attain higher overall graduation rates and grade point averages *Increase the number of student athletes receiving academic honors and recognition *Promote graduate work and increase postgraduate scholarships and opportunities *Promote and encourage all student athletes to maintain good academic standards

CAREER DEVELOPMENT COMMITMENT

The Career Enhancement Program provides

student-athletes an opportunity to develop and meet their career aspirations by participating in various seminars. We coordinate with the academic colleges, the Michelin Center, and through athletic contacts to provide studentathletes with jobsearching skills and strategies, internships, practical experiences, and help in securing summer employment. They are designed to address specific career opportunities and provide related information about the student-athletes for each year. One major aspect of the Career Enhancement Program is to focus on building a resumĂŠ and interviewing techniques. This segment is designed to better prepare our student-athletes for full-time employment. Another aspect utilizes the resources available to the University, Alumni Center, and athletic department. The staff works to establish a network of businesses, companies, and executives who will assist with providing internship and employment opportunities. The Student-Athlete Enrichment Programs have a career counselor on staff, so career advice is readily available in Vickery Hall. Unique to our program, the career counselor is a member of the Michelin Career Center and SAEP staff. This link between athletics and the Michelin Career Center provides student-athletes the most up-to-date information and resources in career development, and preparation for entrance into the job market upon graduation.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITMENT

One of the most important programs in Vickery Hall that helps student-

athletes reach their full potential and engage successfully in their college experience is the Personal Growth & Development program. One key component is a first-semester freshman class designed to assist student-athletes in making a successful transition into the university along with athletic life. All firstsemester freshmen attend a semester-long series of workshops, targeting the transitional issues of time management, organizational strategies, health and wellness issues, athletic performance, diversity issues, career orientation, and service training. Throughout the academic year, all student-athletes are required to attend large-group programs, which focus on pertinent social, health, or athletic issues.

Vickery Hall Values *Education and lifelong learning as the foundation of our program *Integrity and honesty in our dealing with student-athletes, faculty, and staff *Respect and responsibility, both given and inspired *Holistic development of each student athlete *The ethical standards governing Clemson University, the ACC, and the NCAA

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Doug Kingsmore Stadium, with its capacity of 6,217 loyal Tiger fans, is one of the best baseball facilities in the nation. Year after year, Clemson has finished in the top 10 in the nation in average attendance, while the Tigers have enjoyed an outstanding record in the friendly confines.

HISTORIC RIGGS FIELD

Historic Riggs Field was first used in 1915, and served as home to Clemson’s football, baseball, and track teams. Currently, the 6,500 seat grandstand provides top-notch accomodations for fans and players, and the revitalization of the bermuda grass makes Riggs Field one of the nation’s finest.

HOKE SLOAN TENNIS CENTER

The Clemson tennis teams make their home at the Hoke A. Sloan Tennis Center, which consists of 21 laykold-surface outdoor courts and a four-court indoor facility. A 700-seat permanent stadium, originally built in 1985 and upgraded in the fall of 2006, overlooks six of the courts for varsity competition.

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JERVEY GYM

Jervey Gym has served as host for Clemson volleyball matches since 1979 and has seen the Tigers win over 70 percent of their home matches. Jervey Gym official capacity is listed at 2,000 and a record 2,200 fans witnessed Clemson upset 14th-ranked Duke in four sets during the 2007 season.

LITTLEJOHN COLISEUM

Littlejohn Coliseum is home to the men’s and women’s basketball teams, who have combined to win over 70 percent of their home games. The 10,000-seat facility, renovated in 2003, was recently named the second-toughest venue in college basketball in a contest sponsored by EA Sports.

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MCHUGH NATATORIUM

McHugh Natatorium was completely renovated in 2003 and features eight lanes for swimming as well as a diving well with one and three meter springboards. The facility also includes private team locker rooms and a team room for the studentathletes, and is located within Swann Fitness Center at Fike Fieldhouse.

MEMORIAL STADIUM

Death Valley’s mystique is derived from its many traditions, which date to its opening in 1942, the legendary games and players, and Clemson’s corresponding rate of success. Clemson has won 240 games in 66 years there and has won over 71 percent of the contests at Memorial Stadium, with its capacity of 81,500.

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The rowing boathouse is one of the best facilities in the ACC and the South region. The 11,500 sqaure foot facility was recently completed and houses an expanded locker room, workout space, a team meeting room, a lounge, a kitchen, and coaches offices. A six-lane fully bouyed race course is located directly behind the boathouse on Lake Hartwell.

TRACK & FIELD FACILITIES

The Clemson indoor facility, opened in 2003, has played host to the ACC Championships in 2004 and 2007. The facility features a 200 meter track with an eight-lane straightaway and six-lane oval. The Rock Norman Track & Field Complex has a seating capacity of 4,500 and will play host to the 2010 ACC Outdoor Championships.

WALKER COURSE

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The Walker Course is one of the most picturesque areas on the Clemson campus. It is one of the top public courses in the state of South Carolina and features the signature Tiger Paw Hole. The course features Bermuda fairways and tees and bentgrass greens.

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TRADITIONS MILITARY HISTORY

Clemson University has a proud tradition of military excellence. Founded as a military school in 1889, Clemson built its reputation by consistently graduating well-prepared officers. Today, Clemson Army and Air Force ROTC cadets carry on the rich tradition of the historic Corps of Cadets. Clemson's military spirit is commemorated through sites such as the Clemson Military Heritage Plaza, which overlooks Bowman Field and features an array of ribbons and honors, the footprints of brave service men and inscriptions from a variety of alumni classes.

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HOMECOMING AND TIGERAMA

The excitement, spirit and enthusiasm of Homecoming celebrations have been a Clemson tradition since 1914. During the week preceding the game, student organizations crowd onto Bowman Field to construct Homecoming displays that will be judged on game day. On every Homecoming Friday night since 1957, Tigerama - one of the nation's largest student-run pep rallies - has featured the crowning of Miss Homecoming, skits by student organizations and spectacular fireworks.

ORANGE, PURPLE AND THE TIGER

The first "colors" of Clemson can be seen in an early diploma displayed on campus. But to everyone's surprise, they're red and blue! The orange and purple began when Walter Merritt Riggs formed Clemson's first football team in 1896. Because Riggs had come from Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama (later renamed Auburn), he borrowed ideas from their team colors, orange and purple, and their mascot, the Tiger. Although the football team was known as the Tigers and often used "Eat 'Em Up, Tigers" as a slogan, it wasn't until 1954 that a Clemson student donned the mascot suit. In 1993, the Tiger was joined by the Tiger Cub.

FIRST FRIDAY PARADE

Since 1974, the First Friday Parade has been held the Friday afternoon before the first home football game to celebrate the new football season. Student floats move through campus down Highway 93 and end up at the Outdoor Theater for a pep rally.

CLEMSON RING

The first Clemson class rings were issued in 1896. The "C" surrounding a palmetto tree on a black background is one of the most recognizable of all college rings today. Copyrighted so that only Clemson alumni and students with more than 95 hours may have the honor of wearing it, the ring contains art elements representing the University's land-grant and military heritages as well as the motto: "Who shall separate us now?" Seniors may receive their rings from President Jim Barker at a Ring Ceremony sponsored by the Clemson Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Association.

RUNNING DOWN THE HILL

Running down "The Hill" originally started out of practicality. Before the west stands were built, the football team dressed at Fike Field House and ran from there to the gate and down the hill onto the field. Today, it's the sound of "YOUR CLEMSON TIGERS," a cannon fires, the band plays "Tiger Rag," and thousands of orangeclad fans cheer the moment when the Tiger football team runs down the grassy hill and onto the field. This tradition has been dubbed "the most exciting 25 seconds in college football."

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WELCOME BACK FESTIVAL

Held the Monday after University housing opens in the fall, this street festival along College Avenue in downtown Clemson gives students a taste of the surrounding restaurants and businesses, which offer food samples, merchandise and prizes.

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Howard's Rock, named for legendary Coach Frank Howard, was brought to Clemson from Death Valley, CA by 1919 alumnus S.C. Jones. The rock was first placed on a pedestal at the top of "The Hill" on September 24, 1966. Before a game against Wake Forest on September 23, 1967, Howard told his players that if they would give 110 percent, they could have the privilege of rubbing the rock. The Tigers won that game with a 23-6 victory. The white flint rock still sits at the top of "The Hill," and Tiger football players rub it for good luck before each home game.

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TOTAL ATHLETE CARE & PERFORMANCE PROGRAM Clemson offers a unique program designed to support the success of the student athlete at all levels – in the classroom, the playing field and life. This integrated model of student-athlete support - The Total Athlete Care and Performance Program - addresses the student-athlete’s welfare, conduct and performance from a holistic perspective. Student-athletes are supported through relevant and targeted programs, services, resources, conditions and guiding principles. With the focus on the unique needs of each student-athlete, the program integrates all resources into one support system, allowing for efficient communication between various entities and rapid access to assistance relevant to each situation.

Dr. Loreto Jackson, an exercise physiologist and sports nutritionist, manages the student-athlete’s integration of care as the Director of Student-Athlete Performance, and works one-on-one with the student-athlete, coach, or teams as the need arises.

Performance Nutrition “Putting it Together for the Student-Athlete”

*Diet Makeovers *Energy, Weight Loss/Gain Programs *Sport Specific Education *Collaboration with Strength & Conditioning Program *Body Fat Assessment *Energy & Vitamin Supplementation *Individual/Team Consultations *Collaboration with Health Center and Sports Medicine

Performance Psychology

The Tiger Power Station is a nutritional supplementation program designed to provide athletes from each sport the opportunity to achieve optimal athletic performance and recovery through proper nutrition and supplementation. The Power Station is fully stocked with a variety of items such as recovery drinks, energy drinks, energy and protein bars, and liquid multi-vitamins.

*Mental Skills Enhancement *Stress/Performance Anxiety Control *Return-to-Play (after injury) Program *Leadership, Confidence, Composure, Mental Toughness Training *Communication Skills Development *Learning Strategies *Critical Issue Management

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Clemson University has one of the finest weight rooms in the country. In 2004, the weight room was drastically remodeled, receiving a more modern and updated look as well as a more functional layout. Some of the new and updated features of the weight room include a state-of-the-art sound system, eight flat-screen plasma televisions, state-of-the-art ventilation system, new lighting system, 10 new multi-functional Clemson power racks, Mondo rubber flooring throughout entire weight room, new orange upholstery on all equipment, new paint on surrounding walls and columns, carpeting in entrances and offices and a reconstruction of the entryway walls. The nearly 15,000 square foot facility boasts over 12 tons of weight equipment and lines of Nautilus and Hammer Strength machines. The vast amount of equipment allows the weight room to be used by a number of teams simultaneously. The plush atmosphere provides an interesting contrast to the physical exertion that takes place in the facility. The Tiger Strength and Conditioning program is on the cutting edge of athletic sports enhancement. The multiple training methodologies utilized by the Clemson strength staff ensures that each athlete gets the maximum benefit from resistance training, speed development, nutritional consultation, and sports specific conditioning. A staff of 12 trainers designs strength and conditioning programs that are sport specific. A threefold plan is implemented each time a yearly program is set in motion. Each coach will perform a need analysis, program development model and a periodization scheme complete with micro and macro cycles. The Dynamic and Conjugate method of training, which is a highly specialized and demanding form of resistance work, is also utilized for various sports. Once the training programs have been finalized, the strength professional works closely with the head coach during the needs analysis, program development and implementation phases. Constant evaluation is essential to meet the program goals and objectives of the program. Annual sports critiques are performed by the staff to provide a checks and balance for the integrity of the program. The awesome Tiger facility and professional training staff provide the expertise and motivation needed to excel as a student-athlete. As we often say at Clemson, working out is what you do up to 90% ‌..training is the last 10%.

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Mission Statement The major goal of the Tiger Strength, Speed and Conditioning Program is to provide to our competitve athletes the means by which they develop attitude, work ethic, mental toughness, discipline and pride, in-self and total program. Athletes will train consistently, sensibly, and systematically over a designed and designated period of time, in a safe, clean, and professional environment to prevent injuries and enhance performance. We believe Strength, Speed and Conditioning is the key to a successful athletic career at Clemson University. We are always researching, developing and implementing strategies to give us the cutting edge to achieve peak performance.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

Clemson student-athletes in all sports now have the luxury of one of the top athletic training facilities in the nation. In the fall of 2000, the facility completed a $750,000 renovation and was renamed the Hoover Training Facility. It is named in honor of Fred Hoover, who served as Clemson’s Head Athletic Trainer for 40 years. He has been inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of the Fame and the National Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame. The spacious facility features the latest in athletic training needs. There are offices for the employees and new taping tables, the latest in rehabilitation facilities, including stationary bikes, elliptical machines and an underwater treadmill, and a large hydro-therapy area. The Hoover Athletic   Training Facility is stateof-the-art in every aspect. It includes offices for staff and physicians, an orthopedic examination room, a conference room, and library. Best of all, the facility has plenty of space for all athletic training needs. Danny Poole, Director of Sports Medicine at Clemson, was in need of more space before this new athletic training/rehabilitation room was built.  “This facility was in the planning stage for a while as we continued to grow as an athletic department,” Poole said. “We were allowed to design a facility to fit what was best for us.” Because of the facility’s size, Athletic Trainers can now work on more athletes than ever before. The facility handles athletes from 16 of Clemson’s 19 sports. Athletic trainers are present at 7:00 AM and stay until they aren’t needed any longer in the evening.

The athletic training staff includes seven full-timers, 15 students, and 10 graduate assistants that are kept busy year-round. One of its biggest advantages is the number of people who can be treated at the same time. This was enhanced over the past two years, as a total of three full-time assistants, two of whom worked previously as student assistants at Clemson, were added to Poole’s staff. Clemson’s main athletic training facility is located in the downstairs portion of the Jervey Athletic Center, next to the equipment room and beneath the coaching and administrative offices of the Tiger athletic department. Along with the main facility, the sports medicine staff operates three satellite athletic training rooms located in Littlejohn Coliseum, Doug Kingsmore Stadium, and Riggs Field.   In addition, a second state-of-theart athletic training facility recently opened in the West End Zone at Memorial Stadium.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE

is a unique character education initiative that aims to incorporate specific character traits into a comprehensive educational program highlighting Clemson’s student-athletes and traditions. Because we believe that athletics builds character, the basic intent of the Be a T.I.G.E.R! program is to unify our message and provide our studentathletes with a focused approach to personal appearances, speaking engagements and opportunities to serve.

- work together as a to accomplish more means you can be trusted - Always show to those who help you - Make getting your a priority yourself and others

Community Service by the Numbers This program consists of an athlete being paired with an “at risk� student at a local school. The athlete and buddy email each other weekly and meet one another at the completion of the 12-week program.

This annual event posted the largest attendance to date this year, with over 650 children attending. A representative from each athletic team led activities to teach the children about the traits needed to Be a T.I.G.E.R!

*Student-athletes completed over 6,000 hours of service *Service spanned over 145 different events and organizations *3 teams averaged over 25 hours of service per student-athlete *6 teams averaged over 8 hours of service per student-athlete *Rowing led the way with 35.12 hours of service per studentathlete

This newspaper is written entirely by Tiger athletes and coaches and highlights all of the character traits.

Student-athletes visited over 20 elementary schools this year and held assemblies to teach the five character traits.

The is an elite group of over 100 athletes who fill all requests for service received by the athletic department. SOS is organized into teams of 15 student-athletes and compete against each other for service hours.

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COMPLIANCE

This brief NCAA rules education is aimed at outlining basic recruiting rules to help potential Tiger studentsathletes and parents better understand the extensive process. Clemson University is committed to recruiting and conducting our athletic program with the highest level of integrity. If you have questions about NCAA rules, please contact Clemson’s compliance services at (864) 656-1580 or through our website at ClemsonTigers.com and click on compliance.

A prospect should check with his high school guidance office to see if he is taking classes that will meet NCAA eligibility standards. A prospect should do this early - prior to his sophomore year - and keep track of core courses. A prospect will need to take either the ACT or SAT for NCAA certification. - NCAA rules define a contact as a face-toface interaction with a prospect and/or his parents off Clemson’s campus by a coach. During your senior year of high school, NCAA rules allow a coach to make three contacts with you and your parents at any site.

- Courses at a prospect’s high school that are considered college preparatory. The NCAA requires 16 core courses, including four in English, three in math, two in science, one additional from English, math, or science, two social sciences, and four additional courses. A high school prospect’s guidance counselor will have a list of the school’s core courses, or you can visit the NCAA Eligibility Center’s website at NCAAClearinghouse.net for more information.

- During the contact period, a senior prospect may invite college coaches to his home to meet his parents, and to talk in detail about the athletic program and academic offerings at any college the prospect is considering.

- Prior to September 1 of a prospect’s junior year, NCAA rules allow Clemson to mail a questionnaire, NCAA educational information, and a summer-camp brochure to a prospect. After September 1 of the prospect’s junior year, coaches can provide a prospect with the following: personalized letters, media guide and copies of newspaper articles, instant messages and text messages. A prospect can receive a game program when he visits the Clemson campus. - A term used to describe the process of acquainting a prospect with a college and the coaches of that college, who are striving to learn more about a prospect. Only coaches can recruit - no one else is permitted to persuade a prospect to play sports at a particular college. - Any student who has entered the ninth grade. Once a person becomes a prospect, NCAA rules define how college coaches can interact with that prospect.

- Recruiting period when coaches may not have face-to-face contact with prospects on or off campus. Coaches may continue to telephone and write a prospect.

- A prospect must take the SAT or ACT before enrolling in college full-time. A prospect may take the SAT or ACT more than once and use the best subscore from different tests to achieve the highest score. Both Clemson and the NCAA Eligibility Center require scores to be reported directly from the testing agency. When registering for the test, list the Eligibility Center Code (9999) and Clemson (511 (SAT), 3842 (ACT)). Clemson University admissions requires students to present either an SAT or ACT writing score. The writing score will not be used to determine a prospect’s qualifier status.

- In April and May of a prospect’s junior year, coaches will come to a prospect’s high school, and review his athletic and academic credentials with his coach. In the fall, they may watch a prospect compete one time, but they will not have any contact.

- Clemson coaches can call a prospect after July 1 of a prospect’s senior year. A prospect can expect unlimited calls before his official visit and once the prospect has signed a National Letter of Intent.

Stephanie Ellison Associate AD, Compliance Services

Brad Woody Assistant AD, Compliance Services

Courtney Vinson Director, Compliance Services

A prospect can take a total of five official visits (one per institution), which are expensepaid. Before the visit, the prospect must present a high school transcript, proof of an SAT, ACT, PACT, or PSAT test, and be registered with the

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Contact Information Assoc. AD for Compliance Services:.......Stephanie Ellison Asst. AD for Compliance Services:.................. Brad Woody Director of Compliance Services:............. Courtney Vinson Compliance Services Phone:................. (864) 656-1580 Compliance Services Fax:...................... (864) 656-1243 Ellison Email:........................................ saellis@clemson.edu Woody Email:.................................... cbwoody@clemson.edu Vinson Email:...................................... cvinson@clemson.edu Compliance Address:...P.O. Box 31, Clemson, SC 29633 Overnight Address:........................Jervey Athletic Center, .......................100 Perimeter Road; Clemson, SC 29634

NCAA Eligibility Center. Official visit invitations are extended by Tiger coaches only. Official visits may not occur prior to the first day of class of the prospect’s senior year in high school.

NCAA rules are such that high school coaches may not be provided any expenses for official visits.

Yes. NCAA rules allow a school to provide lodging and meals for parents or legal guardians who accompany their child. However, NCAA rules do not allow schools to provide transportation for parents unless they drive with their son.

Yes. A prospect can have his high school coach call Tiger coaches to set up an unofficial visit. He can attend a game and talk with Tiger coaches, and it does not count as a contact when it is on Clemson’s campus. There are times a prospect cannot visit - NCAA rules refer to them as “dead periods,” and coaches will not schedule to meet with a prospect during that time period. No. NCAA rules are clear; only Clemson coaches can telephone, contact, and evaluate a prospect. Only college coaches can offer unofficial/official visits. It is a contract; a prospect and his parents sign a promise that the prospect will attend a particular college. In return, that college promises a prospect financial aid. A prospect signs it during his or her senior year. Once the prospect signs it, he or she cannot be recruited by any other institution, and it is a binding contract for the prospect’s first year in college at the school that provides the national letter of intent. It is the agency that certifies a prospect’s eligibility for NCAA Division I and Division II. A prospect should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at the end of his junior year in high school. Applications are available in the prospect’s guidance office or online at NCAAClearinghouse.net. Cost is $60 and remember to keep the PIN in a place for easy retrieval. A prospect should request the guidance counselor to send a transcript after his junior year and final transcript after graduation. A prospect should also request a final amateur decision beginning on April 1 of his senior year.

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JAMES F. BARKER

As an architect, James F. Barker is a rarity among major university presidents and he has often wondered why. He believes architecture is the ideal background for the challenges of university leadership, because it strikes the right balance between art and science, the creative, and the practical. “I often tell people I learned everything from plumbing to poetry in architecture school, and I use every bit of that knowledge as president of Clemson University,” Barker said. Add to that his love of sports and his college experience as a varsity athlete on Clemson’s track team, Barker is the total package. A 1970 Clemson graduate, Barker became president in 2000 with a vision and a mandate from the Board of Trustees to lead Clemson into the top ranks of American public universities...an institution that attracts outstanding faculty and students, provides an unmatched educational experience, and helps drive innovation and economic development for the state of South Carolina. During Barker’s presidency, the University has harnessed the competitive, can-do spirit of the Clemson family to help improve the quality of a Clemson education and the value of a Clemson degree. It has climbed from #39 to #22 among public universities in the U.S. News & World Report, which also recognized Clemson in its 2009 guide as an “up and coming” institution. In the last decade, Clemson has also: • been granted a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, America’s oldest and most prestigious undergraduate honor society in the arts and sciences. • been recognized for value and affordability by Kiplinger’s and Smart Money magazine, and twice ranked #1 among the “Best Places to Work in Academia” by The Scientist magazine.

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• developed and implemented an academic “Road Map” with eight emphasis areas aligned with South Carolina’s economic needs. • created an Academic Success Center to help undergraduates learn and succeed. Freshmen retention rates have gone up and graduation rates have risen from 71 percent in 2001 to 78 percent in 2008. According to the National Survey of Student Engagement, 91 percent of Clemson seniors would choose Clemson again. • strengthened its cyberinfrastructure and information technology capabilities, and connected to national high-speed research networks. • been ranked as high as #61 on the top-500 list of supercomputing sites. • launched major education and research-based economic initiatives, including the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville, the Center for Advanced Materials in Anderson County, and the Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston, all in conjunction with the South Carolina Centers of Economic Excellence program. • developed an innovative undergraduate research program called “Creative Inquiry,” which pairs small teams of students with a senior faculty member on multi-year voyages of discovery. • created the Bridge to Clemson program to help students make the transition from the state’s technical/community colleges to Clemson. • set new records for students applications (at both the undergraduate and graduate levels), private giving, externalresearch support, and study-abroad participation. Working with state leaders and private industry partners, Barker has steered Clemson into a greater economic development role. The first phase of the CU-ICAR campus near I-85 is complete and graduate students in automotive engineering are studying at its Campbell Graduate Engineering Center. Leading the academic and research program are distinguished professors in endowed chairs supported by BMW, Michelin, and Tim-

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ken. The R e s t o ra tion Institute is spearheading major research and public education efforts to improve watershed management and restore water quality in South Carolina. Barker is a leading voice in higher education, not only in South Carolina but nationwide. He currently chairs the Division I Committee of the NCAA Board of Directors and delivered a keynote address at a symposium in Washington D.C. on global best practices in science & technology parks. It was sponsored by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Association of University Research Parks, as his topic was CUICAR. For his leadership, Barker has received the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina’s highest civilian honor, and The Cliff’s Business Person-of-theYear Award from Greenville Magazine. He has also received the James T. Rogers Meritorious Service Award from the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools. As Clemson’s president, Barker remains committed to the classroom. Each spring, he is part of a team that teaches an undergraduate course exploring “a sense of place” in architecture, literature, and history. In presenting Barker with the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2005, Washington University Chancellor Mark Wrighton said, “James F. Barker has taken the architectural skills and knowledge required to design a building and applied them to the future of a university. His architect’s vision, collaborative instincts, and sense of place are rapidly pushing Clemson up through the ranks of the nation’s top public universities. He has become a leader in national academic circles by creating a new model of education, building interdisciplinary partnerships among the professional schools and the basic curriculum by tearing down artificial walls between disciplines.” A native of Kingsport, TN, Barker earned his bachelor of arts degree from Clemson in 1970 and his master of architecture & urban design degree from Washington University in Saint Louis, MO in 1973. He and his wife Marcia have two sons and one grandchild.


ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & LIFE SCIENCES

• Agricultural Education -Communication, Leadership, Teaching • Agricultural Mechanization & Business • Animal & Veterinary Sciences -Animal Agribusiness, Equine Business, Prevet erinary & Science • Applied Economics & Statistics • Biochemistry • Biological Sciences -Entomology, Prepharmacy, Quantitative Biology, Toxicology • Biosystems Engineering • Environmental & Natural Resources -Conservation Biology, Natural Resource & Economic Policy, Natural Resources Management • Food Science & Human Nutrition -Food Science & Technology, Nutrition & Dietet ics • Forest Resource Management -Land Surveying • Genetics • Horticulture • Microbiology -Biomedicine • Packaging Science • Preprofessional Health Studies -Prepharmacy, Prerehabilitation Sciences, Preveterinary Medicine • Soils & Sustainable Crop Systems -Agricultural Biotechnology, Soil & Water Environmental Science, Sustainable Crop Production • Turfgrass • Wildlife & Fisheries Biology

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, ARTS & HUMANITIES

• Architecture • Communication Studies • Construction Science & Management • English -Literature, Writing and Publication Studies

With its unique blend of disciplines found nowhere else in the world, the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities immerses students in both the abstract and practical activities of the human imagination--from architecture to communication, ethics to art. Its broad-based, cross-disciplinary curriculum offers each Clemson graduate a basic foundation in composition, speech and communication, languages, history, geography and philosophy.

• History • Landscape Architecture • Language & International Health -Health Administration, Community Development • Language & International Trade -Applied International Economics, International Trade, Textiles, Tourism • Modern Languages -French, German, Japanese, Spanish • Philosophy -Law, Liberty and Justice, Religious Studies • Production Studies in Performing Arts -Music, Theatre, Audio Technology • Visual Arts

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

• Accounting • Economics • Financial Management • Graphic Communications • Industrial Management • Management • Marketing -Services, Sports, Technical • Political Science -American Politics, Global Politics, Political Economy, Public Administration, Public Policy • Psychology • Sociology -Community Studies, Criminal Justice, General Sociology, Social Service The College of Business and Behavioral Sciences develops leaders who are exceptionally qualified, globally competitive, entrepreneurial and committed to the betterment of society. The college also produces scholarly research that is relevant to our stakeholders and supports professional and public service activities that contribute to economic, social and intellectual development.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE

• Bioengineering -Bioelectrical, Biomaterials • Biosystems Engineering -Applied Biotechnology, Natural Resources & Environment • Ceramic & Materials Engineering • Chemical Engineering -Biomolecular Engineering • Civil Engineering • Computer Engineering

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Inspired by Thomas Green Clemson’s dream to create a “high seminary of learning to benefit the agricultural and mechanical arts,” the disciplines of engineering, science and textiles have been at the heart of Clemson University for over 100 years. On July 1, 1995, following the restructuring activities, the College of Engineering and Science was formed, with all of the engineering disciplines joining the departments of chemistry, computer science, geological sciences, mathematical sciences, physics and astronomy, and materials science. • Electrical Engineering • Industrial Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Chemistry • Computer Information Systems • Computer Science • Geology -Environmental Science, Hydrogeology • Mathematical Sciences -Applied & Computational Mathematics, Biology, Computer Science, Operations & Research/Management Science, Statistics, Abstract Mathematics, Actuarial Science/ Financial Mathematics • Physics -Biophysics • Polymer & Fiber Chemistry

COLLEGE OF HEALTH, EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

• Agricultural Education • Early Childhood Education • Elementary Education • Mathematics Teaching • Science Teaching -Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences • Secondary Education -Biological Sciences, English, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Social Studies (Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology) • Special Education • Health Science -Health Promotion & Education, Health Services, Administration, Preprofessional Health Studies) • Nursing • Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Management -Community, Recretation, Sport & Camp Management, Park & Protected Area Management, Professional Golf Management, Thera peutic Recreation, Travel & Tourism

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TERRY DON PHILLIPS

On June 30, 2009, Clemson’s football staff moved into the West Endzone at Memorial Stadium. It was a day of physical exertion for a lot of coaches, but the Tiger football staff performed the strenuous activity with smiles on their faces because the move meant the completion of Phase II of the West Endzone project, a project that has brought the Clemson football facilities to among the best in the nation. It was also a day that brought a smile to the face of Clemson Athletic Director Terry Don Phillips, who had been working toward that day before he arrived on campus seven years ago. The creation of the West Endzone facility is another in a long line of accomplishments for Phillips throughout his 30-year career in athletic administration. Phillips’ vision for the West Endzone was to create a top-of-the-line facility for the football program, but at the same time have a positive effect on the total sports program. The facility at Memorial Stadium now creates more office space, new locker rooms, and training room and strength training facilities for the Olympic sports programs. There have been many facility and infrastructure enhancements since Phillips came to Clemson and they have led to a quality all-around program. In 2008-09, Clemson played in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, the NCAA Baseball Tournament, and a bowl game, one of just 13 schools nationally to participate in all three. It was also the first time Clemson had done that in 11 years. The men’s basketball program reached the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year and finished in the top 25 of the final AP poll for the second straight year, a first in school history. The rowing program had a remarkable year, winning its first ACC Championship and the Varsity 4+ won the national title. The volleyball team played host to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year and the women’s tennis team finished in the top 20 (#11) for the seventh straight year. The baseball team won an NCAA Regional and had a #14 final ranking, the golf team finished #6 in the final Sagarin ratings, and the indoor track team finished 23rd at the NCAA Championships. Overall, six programs received team bids to NCAA Tournaments.

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Academically, 17 of the 19 programs were above the national average for public institutions in terms of APR scores. In the 2009 spring semester, the 15 programs had a 2.97 combined GPA, the highest on record for any semester and 54 percent of the student-athletes made the Academic Honor Roll. These statistics and accomplishments were contributing factors to Phillips’ selection as one of the top-100 Most Influential Sports Educators in America in 2008, as named by The Institute for International Sport at the University of Rhode Island. The institute’s objective involved a four-year process and resulted in a list that spans scholars, Olympians, coaches, and other industry leaders “who have creatively and effectively used sport in the very best way as a means to educate and shape positive values.” Phillips’ athletic career and academic pursuits epitomize that desire. Perhaps still the only Division I athletic director with both a doctorate and law degree, he uniquely blends the discipline and inspiration created on each side of campus. In his eighth year at Clemson, he has firmly put his imprint on the University and Tiger athletics by creating a balanced, positive environment for success that emphasizes academic integrity, student-athlete welfare, and competing at the highest levels with unequivocal NCAA compliance. Phillips  was recognized nationally for his performance at Clemson in June of 2006 when he was honored by NACDA (National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics) as the 2005-06 GeneralSports Turf Systems Athletic Director-ofthe-Year for the Southeast Region of the FBS. He was one of just four FBS athletic directors honored at the annual convention in New Orleans, LA. Excellence in academics has been a constant on his resumé. He has an undergraduate degree from Arkansas (1970), a master’s degree from Virginia Tech (1974), a doctorate degree from Virginia Tech (1978), and a law degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law (1996). He is a member of the Arkansas Bar, American Bar Association, and Sports Lawyers Association. Phillips remains a classroom presence by teaching a sports law section in Clemson’s Accountancy & Legal Studies department. In addition, he is past chair of the NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee. He has written on diverse areas, such as antitrust and the NCAA, student-athlete welfare, alternative dispute resolution, and Title IX. His doctoral dissertation on Title IX involved a historical review of the law and was the first national study of Title IX implications on college athletic programs. This research spawned his intent and desire to study law. Prior to coming to Clemson, Phillips served as athletic director at Oklahoma

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State. Football was transformed from a perennial losing status to defeating Oklahoma during five of the eight years he was associated with Oklahoma State (199402). For this, he received the National Football Foundation Oklahoma Chapter Outstanding Contribution to Amateur Football Award in 2002. Additionally in 2006, he was named one of the top-25 most influential people in the history of Oklahoma State Athletics by GoPokes Magazine. When it came to success on the field and in the classroom, Oklahoma State’s programs were among the Big 12’s best. The achievements of the program included two national titles in men’s golf, a men’s basketball Final Four appearance, two trips to the College World Series, 13 Big 12 titles, and 11 individual National Champions along with 53 academic All-Americans. Before leading Oklahoma State, Phillips served as senior associate athletic director at Arkansas from 1988-94. He has served as athletic director at Liberty (1980-81) and Louisiana-Lafayette (1983-88). He was an assistant athletic director at Missouri (1981-83) and began his administrative career in 1979 as an assistant athletic director at Florida. Phillips began his career in college athletics coaching football. He started as a graduate assistant at Arkansas in 1970 and 1971. He moved on to Virginia Tech as an assistant coach (1971-78) before joining the ranks of athletic administration. At Virginia Tech, he served on coaching staffs that included future Clemson Head Coaches Charley Pell and Danny Ford. Winning has been on Phillips’ resumé since his playing days at Arkansas. He lettered on three Frank Broyles teams (1966,68,69), where he and his brother Loyd, an Outland Trophy winner, were starting defensive tackles, the first brother combination to start together under Broyles. Arkansas had a 27-5 record in the three years, played in two Sugar Bowl games, and played in the memorable 1969 National Championship game against Texas. Phillips has two children, John Dennis (32) and Sarah-Jane (29), and three stepchildren, Meagan (20), a sophomore at Clemson and proud member of Tiger Band, Marshall (19), and Madison (17). His wife Tricia is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and earlier enjoyed a career in athletics and development. She is now active in the Clemson and Seneca communities.


IPTAY

The IPTAY Scholarship Foundation, founded in 1934, was the first scholarship fundraising organization in college athletics. Its roots trace back to October 16, 1931 following a surprising 6-0 football loss to The Citadel. After the game, Captains Frank Jervey, Pete Heffner, Head Coach Jess Neely, and Assistant Coach Joe Davis met in a car outside the stadium in Florence, SC to discuss various ways Clemson could establish its football program to a competitive status.

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Shortly after the meeting, Dr. Rupert Fike offered his help after corresponding with Jervey. Neely believed he could run a successful football team if he was provided a $10,000-a-year increase in scholarships. Initially, Jervey originally called for members to pay $30 a year, but Fike recommended a smaller dollar amount, which he believed would lead to more members. Fike challenged 1000 people to step forward and pay $10 a year to the organization, which is where the name IPTAY originated from (I Pay Ten A Year). The purpose of IPTAY is “to provide annual financial scholarship support to the athletic department and to assist in every way possible to regain the high athletic prestige which rightfully belongs to Clemson.” The hard work of Fike and his colleagues began to pay off in 1939, as the Tigers went to their first bowl game, the 1940 Cotton Bowl, where they defeated Boston College 6-3 and finished the season in the AP top-25 poll for the first time in school history. Coincidentally, IPTAY reached Neely’s $10,000 goal for the first time in 1939.

IPTAY has been the key in building and maintaining the outstanding facilities essential for Clemson to remain one of the top intercollegiate programs in the country. IPTAY has played a critical role in various construction projects and renovations throughout the athletic department. IPTAY was the first organization in the nation to build and fund an academic support facility built solely for educational support of student-athletes. Vickery Hall opened its doors to Clemson’s student-athletes in 1991 and has established itself as a nationally-recognized program for student-athlete support.

Today, IPTAY has nearly 24,000 donors, which includes almost 16,000 IPTAY members as well as 8,000 members of the Tiger Cub Club and Collegiate Club, who continue Fike’s mission of providing annual scholarships for Clemson’s studentathletes to ensure all 19 varsity sports annually obtain the maximum amount of scholarships offered by the NCAA.

Today, the organization continues its missions as it recently celebrated its 75th year of scholarship support for Clemson student-athletes. Under the department of external affairs, IPTAY will expand its organizational service to move toward a broader scope of full-service. This will include capital gifts, improved marketing plans, estate planning, and increasing our membership through our IPTAY Representative program. For more information on IPTAY or determining other ways to contribute, please call the IPTAY office at (864) 6562115 or log on to Clems o n Ti g e r s . com.

IPTAY raises money to provide athletic scholarships for student-athletes.

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ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE ACC TRADITION

Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in its 57th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since its inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 113 national championships, including 60 in women’s competition and 53 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 160 times in men’s competition and 91 times in women’s action. Since 1977, when the league adopted women’s basketball, a tradition of excellence was established. It is that tradition that provides motivation for all 12 member institutions to reach new heights. The 2005-06 season marked the first time in NCAA history that a conference sent three teams to the same Final Four. The title game pitted an automatic ACC winner as second-seeded Maryland faced No. 1 seed Duke. The Terrapins claimed their first national title in school history and the league’s second with a thrilling 78-75 overtime game at the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, Mass., on April 4, 2006. Following the 2006-07 season, Duke became the first ACC team and only the 14th in NCAA history to finish a regular season undefeated (29-0), while 34 wins for North Carolina marked the most in program history. The 2008-09 season was no different in the continuation towards excellence as eight ACC teams earned postseason bids, including six NCAA Tournament berths. It also marked the seventh consecutive year the league sent at least six to the “Big Dance”. Joining No. 1 seeds of Duke and Maryland as representatives of the ACC in the NCAA Tournament were Florida State, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Virginia. Boston College and Wake Forest represented the league in the Women’s NIT, marking the second all-time appearance for both squads. Boston College advanced to the semifinals, giving the squad 23 wins for the season, its third 20plus win tally in the past four years. For the third consecutive season, a pair of ACC teams earned two of the No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament. Duke, which collected a 14-0 record at home in 2008-09, marking only the second time in school history it had posted an undefeated mark during a single season in Cameron Indoor Sta-

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dium, and Maryland, which concluded its winningest four-year run in school history, compiling a record of 126-19 (.869), earned top seeds in the NCAA postseason tourney. Over the years, ACC women’s basketball teams have gained national recognition through their television exposure. The 2008-09 schedule featured 60 televised games and included 98 television appearances. In addition, the ACC broadcasted eight games on ESPN2 or ESPNU and 31 on the league’s regional sports network, which includes Comcast SportsNet, Fox Sports Net South, SunSports and New England’s Sports Network (NESN). To conclude the 2008-09 season, the ACC finished 61-55 (.526) in front of a national televised audience, including a 17-11 (.607) mark against nonconference foes. The league’s women’s basketball programs continue to rank among the best in the country in terms of the NCAA Tournament, having made 150 appearances and won 200 games in the last 32 years, including 36 wins by a number one seed. In addition to sending three teams to the same Final Four for the first time in NCAA history, the league has boasted such national accomplishments as sending at least one team to the “Sweet 16” for 21 consecutive seasons and at least one to the Final Four in 11 of the last 21 seasons. The conference has also made 14 trips to the Final Four in the last 28 seasons with three teams finishing second and North Carolina and Maryland capturing National Championships in 1994 and 2006, respectively. Since 1989, the ACC has placed 14 players on the All-Final Four team, including Maryland’s Laura Harper, who in 2006 joined the ranks of Virginia’s Dawn Staley and North Carolina’s Charlotte Smith as the NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Play-

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er. In all, 67 ACC players have been named to the NCAA Tournament All-Region teams with 10 Most Outstanding Player recognitions. Eight players have garnered National Player of the Year accolades while competing under the ACC banner. Staley was a back-to-back selection in 1991 and 1992, while Smith received the ESPY award in 1995. Duke’s Alana Beard was recognized with National Player of the Year honors in both 2003 and 2004, and UNC’s Ivory Latta earned ESPN.com National Player of the Year in 2006. In 2007, Duke guard Lindsey Harding was named the Naismith Trophy Women’s College Player of the Year presented by AT&T. Five league coaches have combined to earn 13 National Coach of the Year honors. North Carolina’s Sylvia Hatchell, Virginia’s Debbie Ryan, former Maryland head coach Chris Weller, former Duke head coach Gail Goestenkors and the late NC State head coach Kay Yow all garnered national recognition. Seven ACC representatives, including coaches and student-athletes, have participated in the Olympics. Yow, assisted by Hatchell, headed up the 1988 gold medal-winning Olympic team. Maryland’s Vicky Bullett was a member of both the 1988 and 1992 Olympic teams. Staley, a threetime Olympian, struck gold in Athens as a member of the 2004 title squad, while Goestenkors served as an assistant coach on the gold medal-winning team in Athens. Since the inaugural season of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) in 1997, the ACC has been a recognizable presence in the league. Seventy-eight former ACC stars have played on the hardwood in the WNBA, while six former players have worked the sidelines as coaches. Three ACC players were selected in the first round of the 2009 WNBA Draft, including two of the first three. In all, nine league players were selected in the 2009 WNBA Draft, matching the league’s record selected in 2006 and 2007. In addition, ACC women’s basketball players have earned first-team Academic All-America honors 10 times, including Virginia’s Val Ackerman in 1981, the former President of the WNBA. In 1997, NC State’s Jennifer Howard was tabbed GTE CoSIDA Academic Player of the Year after posting a flawless 4.0 grade point average throughout her career. Thirteen players have earned ACC postgraduate scholarships, while three others were named NCAA Postgraduate Scholars.


CLEMSONTIGERS.COM ClemsonTigers.com, Clemson’s official athletic web site, supplies Tiger fans with the most extensive coverage of Clemson Athletics on the world wide web. Rosters, player and coach bios, player features, interviews, stats, opponent information, schedules, and results are available for all of Clemson’s varsity sports programs. In addition, the site also produces live statistics for many events throughout the year. But the coverage doesn’t stop there. Thanks to the partnership between ClemsonTigers.com and Clemson Tiger Sports Properties, Clemson’s radio rights holder, the site will provide more audio and video coverage than ever before. Radio broadcasts of all Clemson football and men’s basketball games as well as most women’s basketball and baseball games can be heard on ClemsonTigers. com. The relationship with Clemson Tiger Sports Properties is helping ClemsonTigers.com stay on the cutting edge of collegiate official athletic web sites. Another multimedia experience, Clemson Tigers All-Access, is sure to enhance every visit. Clemson Tigers All-Access offers fans video highlights of games and press conferences as well as great moments in Clemson history. All-Access also gives fans a behind the scenes look at many athletic events and facilities. Visitors to the site can also read feature articles on student-athletes, athletic trends and Clemson’s championship tradition. News about former Tigers in the spotlight as well as a complete listing of former student-athletes in the nation’s professional sports leagues keep fans in the know. Users wishing to show their Tiger spirit on their computers can download images from the site’s desktop wallpaper section. ClemsonTigers.com not only brings Tiger fans the most exciting and comprehensive coverage of Clemson Athletics, but also exists to make their lives easier. Fans can purchase tickets, contribute to the IPTAY scholarship fund or shop for the latest Clemson gear all with the click of a button. ClemsonTigers.com is a member of the CBS College Sports Network, which hosts the official athletic websites for over 215 colleges and universities, bringing fans and alumni the most comprehensive and reliable college sports news, information and multimedia content. As the official web site for Clemson University athletics, ClemsonTigers.com is the only place to go for all of your Clemson sports information. From live audio broadcasts to video highlight clips to late breaking news, ClemsonTigers.com has you covered.

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season. • The Lady Tigers advanced to the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament for the second straight year, marking the first time since 1998 and 1999 that the Lady Tigers had won a game in back-to-back seasons at the conference championship. • Clemson recorded an historic upset in the first round of the 2009 ACC Tournament by upsetting #5 seed Georgia Tech. • Junior Lele Hardy picked up a pair of league honors this season with ACC All-Defensive Team accolades and an All-ACC Third Team selection. She became Clemson’s first all-conference player since 2004.

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• Clemson played in a bowl game, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, and the NCAA baseball tournament for the first time since the 1997-98 academic year and for just the eighth time in school history. • Clemson received team bids to NCAA tournaments in volleyball, women’s tennis, golf, baseball, rowing and men’s basketball. • Clemson was ranked in the top 25 in football, men’s basketball, women’s tennis, rowing, golf, men’s indoor track & field, baseball, and volleyball during the season. • Two Clemson student-athletes were among those inducted into the Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa this spring. Swimmer Michelle Parkhurst and rower Michelle Nance were among a group of 69 students selected to join the prestigious organization. • Seventeen of Clemson’s 19 athletic programs are above the national average for public institutions according to Academic Progress Rate scores. • Clemson won national championships in track & field and rowing in 2009. The Tigers’ Varsity 4+, consisting of Kelly Murphy, Lydia Hassell, Callen Erdeky, Allison Colberg, and Meredith Razzolini won the national championship in their first appearance at the NCAA regatta. On the track, two-sport star Jacoby Ford was indoor national champion at 60 meters.

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(Final national rank: #15) • Clemson advanced to the NCAA Super Regional round against Arizona State. It was Clemson’s eighth appearance in the super regional round since the format was Jeff Schaus adopted in 1999. • The Tigers produced one All-ACC player on the season in left fielder Jeff Schaus. He concluded the season with a .320 batting average, coupled with 13 home runs and 50 RBIs. • The team posted eight wins over top-25 teams in 2009, including five over top-five teams North Carolina, Miami (FL), and Georgia Tech. • Nine players were taken from Clemson’s team in the 2009 Major League Draft, including thirdround pick (#90 overall) Ben Paulsen. The Tigers tied for fourth among Division I schools with their nine players drafted.

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(Final National Rank #24) • Clemson finished the year with 23 wins, tied for the fifth highest total in school history. The .719 winning percentage ranks in a tie for fourth best in school history. • The 23 victories gave Clemson at least 20 wins for the third straight year, a first in Clemson history. • Clemson finished the year ranked 24th in the final Associated Press Trevor poll. It marks the second Booker consecutive year Clemson has been ranked in the final AP poll, the first time in history Clemson has finished in the top 25 in any poll in consecutive years. • Clemson was selected for the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year, joining Duke and North Carolina as the only ACC schools to make the tournament each of the last two years. • Clemson defeated a third-ranked Duke team on Feb. 4 by 27 points, the largest victory margin for the Tigers against the Blue Devils since 1975. The 27-point victory margin was the largest in Clemson history against a team ranked in the top 25. • Clemson finished the regular season with a 14-0 record against non-conference teams, one of just eight Division I teams with a perfect non-conference record. • Head Coach Oliver Purnell was named the District III Coach-of-theYear by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and the Mid-Atlantic Coach-of-the-Year by Basketball Times. • Trevor Booker led the ACC in field goal percentage and rebounding, the first ACC player to do that since Tim Duncan in 1996-97.

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• Won four of its last five regular season games to earn a January 1 bowl bid to the Konica Minolta Gator Bowl, marking Clemson’s 10th c o n s e c u t i ve year of being b o w l eligible. •Clemson posted a ninth consecutive w i n n i n g season, one of just 13 Division I schools with nine consecutive winning seasons. • Ranked in the top four in the ACC in scoring C.J. offense and scoring Spiller defense, the only ACC team to rank in the top four in both categories • The 2008 seniors finished with 32 victories over the last four years, tied for the most wins by a Clemson senior class in the last 15 years. • Ranked in the top 25 in the nation in total defense, scoring defense and pass efficiency defense. • C.J. Spiller was named firstteam All-ACC on the field and in the classroom. He made the Dean’s List, the first Clemson football player to make firstteam All-ACC on the field and in the classroom since 2001.

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• The team finished the year with a 1417 record to post the program’s highest winning percentage since the 2002-03

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All-Americans by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) at the end of the season. Jessica Leidecker, a two-time selection, was named to the first team, while Hilary Cumbest and Brittany Cummings were cited as second-team choices. • The Tigers won the school’s first-ever ACC rowing championship, defeating nine-time defending champion Virginia by one point in Oak Ridge, TN. • Clemson finished second in the South Region at the Aramark Central/South Sprints in May. Four rowers were named CRCA AllRegion, with Brittany Cummings and Jessica Leidecker on the first team and Hilary Cumbest and Stefanie Kozuszek as secondteam members. • Head Coach Richard Ruggieri was named the ACC and South Region Coach-of-the-Year. • The Varsity 8+ was named the ACC Crew-ofthe-Year. Five members of the varsity 8+ were named to the All-ACC team, including Jessica Leidecker, Brittany Cummings, Hilary Cumbest, Michelle Nance, and Carla Englund (coxswain). • Senior rower Megan Bendik was awarded a Weaver-James Corrigan postgraduate scholarship by the Atlantic Coast Conference.

(Final National Rank: #6) • Clemson won the U.S. Collegiate Championship in April. That field included the top 11 ranked teams in the nation. Tigers came back from 13 strokes back to win, it was the greatest final round comeback in Clemson golf history. • Kyle Stanley won the Ben Hogan Award, given annually to the top collegiate golfer. He joined D.J. Trahan as Clemson winners of the prestigious honor. • Stanley recorded a national runner-up finish for the second time in three years at the NCAA Championship. He shot a final round 66 and finished the tournament with a four-under par score of 209. Kyle Stanley • Stanley was named a Ping firstMEN’S SOCCER team All-American for the second • Three Clemson players were named to the 2008 time in his three-year career at the conclusion of All-Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer team. the season. The junior, who turned professional at David Newton, a junior defender, and Joseph Bendik, year’s end, concluded his career ranked second in a junior goalkeeper, were both named to the All-ACC Clemson history with a 71.63 stroke average. second team. Teammate and defender Francklin • Clemson advanced to the program’s 28th Blaise was named to the All-ACC freshman team. consecutive NCAA Tournament, 26 in a row under • Clemson goalkeeper Joe Bendik and defender Head Coach Larry Penley. David Newton were both named to the third-team • The Tigers were listed sixth in the final Sagarin NSCAA/Adidas All-South team. rankings. Clemson was also ranked as high as #4 in •Clemson and Wake Forest were the only teams the Golf World coaches poll during the season. in the nation to defeat the two national finalists, • Three Tigers were named first-team All-ACC: Kyle Maryland and North Carolina. It marked the first Stanley, Ben Martin and David May. time in Clemson • May was co-medalist at the ACC history the Tournament, the first Tiger to do Tigers defeated that since 2001. the national • Four former or current Tigers champion and played in the U.S. Open, tied for national runner second-most by any school in the up in the same country. Former Tiger Lucas Glover year. won the U.S. Open. • Clemson placed six players on the 2008 AllROWING ACC Academic (Final National Rank: #12) Men’s Soccer ew cr + • Clemson made its first-ever 4 Varsity on pi m ha Team. The C l team appearance at the NCAA Nationa six Tigers Championships and responded with a honored were as follows: 12th-place finish. The Varsity 4+ won Francklin Blaise, Michael Brooks, Tommy Drake, the school’s first-ever national championship. • Three student-athletes were named Pocock Greg Eckhardt, David Newton, and Keegan Priest.

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• Senior forward Julie Bolt finished the season ranked fifth in the Atlantic Coast Conference in goals per game (0.60), in a tie for sixth in points per game (1.27) and in a tie for tenth in goals scored (9). Bolt was also a member of the 2008 All-ACC Academic Team and the ESPN The Magazine AllDistrict III First Team. • Senior defender Molly Johnson earned the team’s Most Valuable Player award for the 2008 season. Julie She was a mainstay on Bolt defense, starting all 82 games of her four-year career on the Tiger back line. Johnson was named to the All-ACC Academic Team and the ESPN The Magazine All-District III First Team in 2008. • The Tigers recorded a cumulative team GPA of 3.30 for the fall semester of 2008 and 3.47 for the spring semester of 2009. The 3.47 figure is the fifth-best for any Clemson program on record. • Eighteen of the 25 players on the roster had at least a 3.0 during the fall, while 19 did so during the spring semester.

SWIMMING & DIVING

• Both men’s (3.10) and women’s (3.34) team earned the Academic Team Award for the Fall 2008 semester. The teams combined to place 41 members on the honor roll in the fall semester. • R a c h e l R e g o n e became only the 11th studentathlete in e Clemson history Rachel Regon to be awarded the NCAA p o s t g r a d u a t e scholarship. • The teams combined to set 16 school records in various events. • The women’s 200 yard freestyle relay group of Rachel Regone, Lauren Sindall, Alex Allen, and Michelle Parkhurst were named honorable mention All-America with their 14th-place finish at the NCAA Championships.

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YEAR-IN-REVIEW • Michelle Parkhurst won her fourth career individual ACC title by taking the 200 yard freestyle at the Championship meet. She still holds the ACC record in the event from a 2008 performance. • Clemson had three student-athletes named to the All-ACC team for their performance in the conference meet. They were Michelle Parkhurst (200 free, 200 back), Rachel Regone (50 free), and Tom Recko (200 back).

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(Final Women’s National Rank: #11) • The Tiger women’s tennis team was chosen for the NCAA Tournament for the eighth straight year and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. They defeated North Carolina to reach the third round with a 4-0 win at Clemson. • Clemson closed out the season with a #11 ranking in the final Campbell/ITA poll and posted a final record of 19-8. • The women’s program produced four ITA AllAmericans for the first time in school history. Two players, Ani Mjiacika and Josipa Bek, were AllAmerican in both singles and doubles. • The doubles team of Josipa Bek and Ina Hadziselimovic advanced to the NCAA Final Eight, becoming just the fourth team from Clemson to reach the quarterfinal round. That duo finished #24 in the final ITA doubles poll. • Bek also earned AllAmerica honors in singles by advancing to the round of 16. She finished the season #13 in the final ITA singles poll. • Ani Mijacika also earned All-America honors in both singles and doubles. She teamed with Keri Wong to earn the honor as a doubles player. The duo was seeded in the national tournament and finished the season #11 in the final ITA doubles poll. • Mijacika became the most decorated women’s tennis player in Clemson history. She now owns five All-America Ani Mijacika

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honors, two more than any other women’s tennis player from Clemson. • Mijacika was named the ACC Player-of-the-Year and spent six weeks at #1 in the Campbell/ITA Tennis singles poll. She was ranked among the top five in every poll during the season, and finished the year in the #4 spot. • Bek also earned all-conference honors in the spring after capturing the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championship title during the fall. • Men’s tennis player Carlos Alvarez was named All-ACC. • The men’s team increased its victory total and ACC win total over the previous year and had three wins over top75 teams.

high jump and long jump at the league indoor meet. • Tim Hall, Clemson’s sprints coach, was named Southeast Region Assistant-of-the-Year by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

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• The Tigers reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in back-to-back seasons for the first time in program history and played host to first and second rounds for the second straight year. • Clemson defeated Tennessee in the opening round by a 3-2 margin before falling to 12th-seeded Utah in the second round. • Finished the season with a 2310 overall record, 14-6 in the ACC. • Senior Danielle Hepburn capped an impressive career by earning 2009 ACC Player-of-the-Year honors and a Third-Team AVCA All-America selection. She was just the second Clemson player in history to be named to an All-America team and as the TRACK & FIELD conference’s top player. (Final Men’s Indoor Rank: #23) • Hepburn now owns Clemson career • Jacoby Ford won the 60m dash at the records for block assists, total NCAA Indoor Championships with a time blocks, hitting percentage and blocks of 6.52 seconds. It was the 14th national per set. championship in track & field for the Clemson • Junior setter Kelsey Murphy was also men’s team. named First-Team All-ACC while junior hitter • Clemson had five outdoor All-Americans Lia Proctor was an all-conference second-team on the men’s team, including the 4x100m Jacoby selection. relay group of Justin Murdock, C.J. Spiller,

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Trenton Guy, and Jacoby Ford. The team broke the school record (38.77) and placed third at the NCAA meet. Ford earned his second straight All-America honor in the 100m. • Ford also won the ACC championship in the 60m dash for the second time in his career. His performance helped Clemson to a #23 final national ranking. • Ford captured the 100m dash at the NCAA East Regional in May, and also anchored the 4x100m relay team to victory. He was joined on the relay by Justin Murdock, C.J. Spiller, and Trenton Guy. It was the third win in the last four years at regionals in the 100m dash, but its first-ever win in the 400m relay. • Ford won the 100m dash at the ACC Championships, his first-ever outdoor crown, and was runner-up in the 200m as well. • Liane Weber earned her first All-America honor after a sixth-place finish in the pentathlon. She was also ACC champion in the event, the second title of her career in the pentathlon. • Ford and Weber were cited as Southeast Region Indoor Athletes-of-the-Year, according to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches’Association. • April Sinkler was named ACC Most Valuable Field Event Athlete for the women after winning both the

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Final Notes Clemson’s Lele Hardy Named Third-Team All-ACC • Clemson women’s basketball player Lele Hardy was named to the 2009 All-ACC Third Team, as voted on by the 45 members of the ACC’s Blue Ribbon Panel and announced by the conference office on Monday afternoon. • With the selection, Hardy becomes the first Lady Tiger to earn all-conference accolades since Lakeia Stokes was a first-team selection in 2004. • Hardy leads Clemson in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals and ranks among the best the in the league as well. The 5’10” junior from Spartanburg, SC is averaging 16.7 points and 8.7 rebounds per game to rank fifth and third, respectively. • Her 3.2 steals per game is second-best in the ACC and seventh nationally. Hardy’s 94 steals this year rank fourth all-time for a single season and trail her own mark of 98 from the 2006-07 season for second place. • “I am really happy that people recognized the year that LeLe Hardy had,” said Clemson Head Coach Cristy McKinney. “She worked hard in the off-season to improve and was a very consistent performer for the Lady Tigers all year. She has become a complete player and she knows that she can continue to improve. I am excited that we will have her for another year.” • Hardy also leads the conference in defensive rebounding with 6.0 per game. She has nearly doubled her scoring average from a season ago while also improving in nearly every other statistical category. • Hardy scored her 1,000th career point in January to become just the 21st player in school history to reach the milestone. She currently ranks 17th all-time for points scored and has moved into third place for career steals with 276. Hardy Named To All-Defensive Team • Lele Hardy added another post-season honor on Tuesday afternoon with a selection to the ACC All-Defensive Team. • Hardy was one of just five players recognized by the league’s 12 head coaches, joining Chante Black (Duke, Jacqua Williams (Georgia Tech), Jacinta Monroe (Florida State) and Jessica Breland (North Carolina). • The Clemson junior leads the conference in defensive rebounding, averaging 6.0 per game. • She also ranks second in the ACC for steals per game with a 3.2 per game average. Hardy has totaled 94 steals in 29 games this season. • She is just the third different player in school history to earn the honor. Erin Batth (currently the Director of WBB Operations at Virginia) was named to the team in 2000 and 2001 while Chrissy Floyd garnered the honor in 2002. Clemson’s ACC Tournament History • The Clemson women’s basketball team owns a 28-29 overall record in the 32-year history of the ACC Tournament. • The Lady Tigers have won the championship twice and have advanced to final game on six occasions. Clemson has reached the semifinal round 17 times in history.

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Last season, the Lady Tigers ended a five-year drought in the conference tournament with a 65-60 overtime victory over NC State in the 8-9 meeting. Clemson then fell to top-seeded North Carolina in the quarterfinals by a 97-77 margin to conclude the season.

Similarities Between 2008 and 2009 • The Yellow Jackets may have bested Clemson by 45 points just 11 days ago to match the Lady Tigers’ worst home loss all-time, but history could repeat itselft in Clemson’s favor on Thursday. • The Lady Tigers faced NC State in the first round of the 2008 ACC Tournament, just seven days after the Wolfpack posted an 89-57 win at Littlejohn Coliseum. • However, Clemson prevailed during the tournament with an overtime victory against NC State to advance to the second round for the first time since the 2003 event. Veterans At The ACC Tournament • Below is a chart of scoring, rebounding and assist averages for the nine Lady Tigers with experience in the ACC Tournament

Player Games Christy Brown 3 Morganne Campbell 3 Lele Hardy 3 Whitney Hood 2 April Parker 1 Jasmine Tate 2 Tasha Taylor 3 Sthefany Thomas 2 Kirstyn Wright 2

Pts 5.7 8.7 13.7 8.5 0.0 1.0 6.0 6.0 3.0

Reb 5.3 2.7 6.0 2.5 1.0 2.5 3.3 2.5 1.0

Ast 6.3 0.3 5.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.7 0.5 1.5

Honoring Senior Tasha Taylor • Taylor is in her fifth year with the Lady Tiger program after red-shirting last season due to an injury. She has started 91 games over her career and played in 115. • Tasha ranks fourth in school history with 422 career assists and her assists per game average is fifth-best all-time. She has totaled 844 points over her four seasons with a careerbest average of 11.9 points per game during her junior year. • The native of Columbus, GA had a career high 13 assists against Savannah State during the 2005-06 season which ranks in a tie for the sixth most in program history. • Tasha is also one of just 12 different players to have recorded a double-double with points and assists, doing so three times in her career. • She graduated last December with a degree in Sport Management and hopes to continue her basketball career from the sidelines with aspirations of becoming Division I college coach

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Opponent (TV) Result Score Furman L 68-82 Presbyterian W 66-35 South Carolina (CSS) W 52-45 Georgia State L 75-82 Winthrop W 76-68 Kent State% W 68-53 Washington% W 85-67 Northwestern$ W 78-75 (OT) Ohio W 60-57 Chattanooga W 79-74 Georgia# L 67-50 Kennesaw State W 78-65 Charlotte L 51-58 *Miami W 74-68 *#2/2 North Carolina L 74-83 *Florida State (RSN) L 54-80 *#12/16 Maryland L 56-65 *Wake Forest W 64-60 Charleston Southern W 85-60 *Boston College L 51-71 *#14/16 Virginia (RSN) L 67-75 *Virginia Tech L 61-65 *Georgia Tech (CSS) L 41-49 Western Carolina W 73-64 *Wake Forest (RSN) L 66-71 *#4/10 Duke (RSN) L 53-77 *#11/12 Florida State (CSS) L 58-75 *Georgia Tech (RSN) L 54-89 *NC State L 43-69 Georgia Tech! (RSN) W 81-69 #11/11 North Carolina! (RSN) L 55-74

Note: All times local; % - Washington Husky Classic; $ - Big Ten/ACC Challenge; # - at Arena at The Gwinnett Center; Duluth, GA; * - ACC opponent; ! - ACC Tournament, Greensboro, NC

Clemson In the RPI • The Lady Tigers were listed at #119 in the RPI index according to rpiratings.com through Mar. 1 games. • Their strength of schedule ranked 60th most difficult in the nation. Televised Games • Thursday’s game will be the ninth televised game for the Lady Tigers this season, which is the most in a year for Clemson since the 2002-03 season. • Clemson has a 1-7 record in those games with a win over South Carolina (CSS) and losses to Florida State (RSN and CSS), Virginia (RSN), Georgia Tech (CSS and RSN), Wake Forest (RSN) and Duke (RSN). • RSN stands for the ACC’s regional network of stations. February Was Pink • The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association assigned February 13-22 as its Pink Zone initiative week in an effort for the WBCA’s nation of coaches to assist in raising breast cancer awareness on the court, across campuses, in communities and beyond. • Clemson’s designated game, sponsored by Firehouse Subs and Tigertown Graphics, was on Thursday, Feb. 19 as the Lady Tigers played host to Florida State. • The team and marketing staff accepted donations and pledges and sold pink t-shirts throughout the month to donate towards the Kay Yow foundation. • The Lady Tigers had been taking pledges for free throws made during their Pink Zone game. The team was 9-for-14 from the line against the Seminoles with Hardy, Thomas, April Parker, Christy Brown and Shaniqua Pauldo all knocking down at least one foul shot. .

Lele Hardy scored her 1,000th career point on Wednesday, Jan. 28 to become just the 21st player in school history to accomplish the feat.

Chow 4 Yow With Coach McKinney • As part of the NCAA’s Pink Zone initiative, all ACC-member schools will be holding a fundraising dinner to support breast cancer research and NC State Head Coach Kay Yow, who lost her battle on Saturday, Jan. 24. • Clemson Head Coach Cristy McKinney, who played for Yow as a Wolfpack Woman in the 1970s, held her event on Monday, Feb. 16 at the West Zone Club. • All monies raised donated to the Kay Yow Foundation.


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The dinner included a silent auction featuring autographed memorabilia from various Clemson coaches, an autographed basketball from Coach Yow, tickets to the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament in Greensboro, NC, a behind-thescenes tour of Clemson athletic facilities, and a one-on-one dinner with Coach McKinney at Calhoun Corners.

Hardy Hits 1,000 Point Mark • Clemson junior Lele Hardy scored her 1,000th career point on Wednesday, Jan. 28 to become just the 21st player in school history to accomplish the feat. • With her 13-point performance that night, she also moved into 21st place on the Clemson all-time scoring list and then claimed the #20 spot with 15 points at Georgia Tech. • Hardy now ranks 16th with 1,124 points. • The Tiger forward scored 349 for an 11.6 average as a freshman in 2006-07 and then had 272 last season. • Barbara Kennedy holds the school record with 3,113 career points. Career Scoring Leaders Rk. Name Years 1. Barbara Kennedy 1978-82 2. Chrissy Floyd 1999-2003 3. Janet Knight 1982-86 4. Shandy Bryan 1989-93 5. Karen Ann Jenkins 1985-89 6. Mary Anne Cubelic 1979-83 7. Tara Saunooke 1994-95 8. Bobbie Mims 1976-80 9. Kerry Boyatt 1989-93 10. Itoro Umoh 1995-99 11. Amy Geren 1995-99 12. Donna Forester 1975-78 13. Louise Greenwood 1985-89 14. Cissy Bristol 1977-82 15. Peggy Caple 1981-85 16. Lele Hardy 2006-present 17. Laura Cottrell 1993-97

GP 127 120 114 126 111 119 121 126 121 126 125 63 112 104 119 90 119

Points 3113 1937 1795 1631 1514 1501 1462 1448 1422 1409 1402 1270 1268 1229 1173 1124 1108

Starting Out • Head Coach Cristy McKinney has started 10 different players at some point during the 2008-09 season. • Lele Hardy has been the only player to start all 29 games, while April Parker (25), Tasha Taylor (20), Jasmine Tate (17), Whitney Hood (16), Christy Brown (14), Bryelle Smith (11), Morganne Campbell (6), Kirstyn Wright (3) and Sthefany Thomas (4) have been in the starting line-up at least once this year. • McKinney has used 14 different starting lineups with no single combination appearing more than five times. Georgians Dominate Clemson Roster • According to an informal survey put together by George Mason SID Dan Reisig, the Lady Tigers lead the nation in players from a single state outside the location of their school. • The Clemson roster boasts eight players from the state of Georgia - Christy Brown (Atlanta), Morganne Campbell (Fairburn), Lindsey Mason (Woodstock), April Parker (Snellville), Shaniqua Pauldo (Macon), Tasha Taylor (Columbus), Lindsay Welker (Tifton) and Kirstyn Wright (Stone Mountain). • Georgia appears to be a hot bed of women’s basketball talent as Central Florida and South Carolina each have seven players from the Peach State on their respective roster. Hardy Among ACC/National Leaders • Lele Hardy ranks among the best in the ACC in several categories this season, according to statistics through regular season games. • The Clemson junior ranks third in the league in rebounding with an 8.7 per game average. • She is also fifth in scoring with a 16.7 per game average. • Her 3.2 steals per game figure was also ranked second in the league. • Hardy leads the conference in defensive rebounding with 6.0 per game. • She ranks seventh in the nation for steals per game this season. Her 3.3 per game average from 2005-06 was fifth-best in the country that year. Another Block For Tate • Clemson sophomore Jasmine Tate leads the team with 33 blocked shots in 2008-09, nearly twice as many as any other Lady Tiger player. • Tate is averaging just 16.2 minutes per game and has played in all 29 games for a 1.14 blocks per game average.

She ranks eighth in the ACC for the statistic.

Taylor Graduates • Red-shirt senior Tasha Taylor is now a graduate of Clemson University. • The 5’9” guard from Columbus, GA earned her degree in Sport Management at Clemson’s commencement exercises on Thursday, Dec. 18. • She will take classes during the spring semester to work towards a second degree. • Taylor is also interning in the Sports Information Office for one of her classes. Hardy All-Time Theft Leader • Lele Hardy holds the Clemson steal record in terms of per game averages. • She has totaled 276 career steals in 90 games played for a 3.07 average. • Hardy’s 106 steals this season rank fourth all-time. She is one shy of tying Barbara Kennedy’s 95 and needs six to tie her own mark of 98 from her freshman year. • Ramona O’Neal holds the school record with 123 during the 1988-89 season. Hardy In Top Ten For Career Steals • Lele Hardy’s 287 career steals rank second in school history, surpassng Itoro Umoh with a six-steal night against Florida State on Feb. 19. • Ironically, Umoh (now Coleman) was Hardy’s primary recruiter when she was an assistant coach at Clemson from 2003-07. • The junior from Spartanburg, SC set the freshman singleseason record with 98 in 2006-07 and tallied 83 as a sophomore. She has 92 this year. • Barbara Kennedy’s 327 from 1978-82 lead all players. Career Steals Leaders Rk. Name 1. Barbara Kennedy 2. Lele Hardy 3. Ramona O’Neal

Years 1978-83 2006-88 1985-89

GP 127 91 117

Steals 327 287 286

Taylor In Top 10 For Career Assists • Red-shirt senior Tasha Taylor has moved into fourth place on the Clemson all-time career assist list with 422. • Taylor had 83 as a freshman in 2004-05, 162 as a sophomore in 2005-06 and 93 as a junior in 2006-07. • Bobbie Mims is the record-holder with 617 set from 197680. Career Assists Leaders Rk. Name 1. Bobbie Mims 2. Melinda Ashworth 3. Itoro Umoh 4. Tasha Taylor

Years 1976-80 1982-86 1995-99 2004-

GP 126 111 126 115

Assists 617 463 459 433

Taylor, Brown Among Best For Assist Average • Tasha Taylor and Christy Brown both entered the season ranked in the top 10 for career assists per game. • Taylor ranks fifth with a 3.67 career average. • She has tallied 422 assists in 115 career games. • Brown’s 3.37 per game average is sixth highest all-time. • The red-shirt junior owns 300 career assists in 89 games played. • Drema Greer holds the record with a 6.54 per game average. Career Assists Per Game Rk. Name Years Assists GP 1. Drema Greer 1977-79 399 61 2. Bobbie Mims 1976-80 617 126 3. Susan Fehling 1983-85, 87-89 411 87 4. Melinda Ashworth 1982-86 463 111 5. Tasha Taylor 2004- 422 115 6. Christy Brown 2006- 300 89

A/G 6.54 4.89 4.72 4.17 3.67 3.37

Whew! What a January! • The Lady Tigers wrapped up a very busy January with 10 games during the first 28 days of the month. Clemson had an 11-day stretch in which it played five games. • The Lady Tigers had a 3-7 record in those 10 games, defeating Miami, Wake Forest and Charleston Southern and falling to Charloote, North Carolina, Florida State, Maryland,

2008-09 Standings Team ACC Overall Maryland 12-2 31-5 Florida State 12-2 26-8 Duke 11-3 27-6 North Carolina 10-4 28-7 Georgia Tech 8-6 22-10 Virginia 8-6 24-10 Boston College 7-7 23-12 NC State 5-9 13-17 Wake Forest 5-9 19-12 Miami 2-12 13-17 Virginia Tech 2-12 12-18 Clemson 2-12 14-17

Boston College, Virginia and Virginia Tech. Night at the Line One of Top In History • The Lady Tigers converted 14-of-15 from the foul line on Thursday, Jan. 8 against North Carolina. • The .933 percentage tied for fourth in school history. The record was a 20-21 performance against Wake Forest on Jan. 15, 2006. • For the 2008-09 season, Clemson is shooting 70.0 percent from the line, which ranks third in the ACC. Down at the Half, Ahead at the End • The Clemson women’s basketball team won five straight games in which it was trailing at halftime. The feat is a school record and also ranks second in program history for wins in a single season that came after a halftime deficit. • The Lady Tigers were down, 33-30, against Kent State in their opening game of the 2008 Husky Classic on Nov. 28; and they also trailed by a 35-34 margin to host-Washington two days later. • Northwestern held the 27-25 advantage at the halftime break on Dec. 4 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge before Clemson’s Lele Hardy hit a three-pointer to send the game into overtime. • The Lady Tigers trailed Ohio University by 14 points (33-19) on Dec. 6 before making a second-half run to win by three (60-57). • Clemson was then down, 36-27, at the break to Chattanooga, but out-scored the Lady Mocs 52-38 in the second half for the win. • Since then, the Lady Tigers also recorded a come-frombehind win at Miami on Jan. 5. Clemson trailed 41-38 at the break before rallying for the 74-68 victory. • The Lady Tigers recorded their seventh victory after trailing at the half on Jan. 18 at Wake Forest. The Deacs led 25-21 at the break, but Clemson out-scored Wake Forest, 43-35, for the win. Best Start Since 2003-04 • The Lady Tigers put together an 8-2 record through the first 10 games of the 2008-09 season for their best start since 2003-04. • After opening with a loss at Furman on Nov. 14, Clemson defeated Presbyterian and South Carolina. • Following a home defeat to Georgia State, the Lady Tigers rebounded with six straight wins before falling to Georgia on Dec. 22. • The 2003-04 squad was 8-1 through the first nine games and started the year with an 11-1 mark. Clemson Schedule Packed With Carolinas • Clemson opened the 2008-09 season with three straight games against in-state foes. • Overall, Clemson faced five teams from the state of South Carolina this season - Furman, Presbyterian, South Carolina, Winthrop and Charleston Southern - and went 4-1 against them. • The Lady Tigers will play 12 games against teams from the Carolinas with North Carolina schools Charlotte, North Carolina, Wake Forest (2), Duke, NC State and Western Carolina on the slate.

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Final Notes Lady Tigers Down Northwestern In Overtime For Win In ACC/ Big Ten Challenge • Clemson won an overtime thriller on Dec. 4 against Northwestern in the second annual ACC/Big Ten Challenge. • Lele Hardy hit a three-pointer as time expired in regulation to send the game into an extra period. • Hardy finished with 21 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Lady Tigers. • The win was Clemson’s second in overtime in Head Coach Cristy McKinney’s tenure. The Lady Tigers also defeated NC State with extra time in the first round of the 2008 ACC Tournament. Clemson Claims Husky Classic Title • The Lady Tigers won the Husky Classic over the Nov. 28-30 weekend in Seattle, WA by defeating Kent State (68-53) and host-Washington (85-67). • It marks the second straight year Clemson has captured a tournament title over the Thanksgiving weekend. • The Lady Tigers won the Coors Classic in Boulder, CO in 2007-08. Hardy Named Husky Classic MVP; Hood Named All-Tournament • Lele Hardy earned MVP honors at the Husky Classic after averaging a double-double in the two-game tournament. • The junior forward had 22 points and 11 rebounds against Kent State in the first round and then totaled 22 points and nine boards against Washington in the tournament championship. • The honor was the second all-tournament selection for Hardy, who was also named to the all-Dead River Company Classic team in 2006-07. • Whitney Hood earned the first all-tournament team selection of her career out in Seattle. She was one rebound shy of a double-double against Washington in the championship game and also had a pair of blocked shots in the game. • She averaged 12.0 points and 8.5 rebounds in the tournament. Turnover Mark Ranks Lowest All-Time • The Lady Tigers committed just seven turnovers against Winthrop on Nov. 25, which was the second fewest all-time. • Twice, Clemson had just six turnovers in a game - against Alabama in 1993 and versus Duke in the 1995-96 ACC Championship season. • The Lady Tigers have committed just seven turnovers two other times in history - agaisnt Charleston Southern in 1992 and North Carolina in 2004.

Tigers In Final ACC Statistical Standings

a win of Chili. Thomas’ mother is from Argentina and she lived in the country for several years before moving to the United States. Athletic Lineage On Lady Tiger Roster • The 2008-09 Clemson women’s basketball roster has quite the athletic lineage. Six players have parents and/or siblings that also played a sport at the Division I level. • Morganne Campbell’s father was a fullback on the University of Illinois football team from 1973-75. • Whitney Hood’s mother and father both played basketball at Mississippi State. Her brother was a four-year basketball letterwinner at Chattanooga. • Jasmine Tate’s sister played basketball for St. John’s. • Sthefany Thomas’ father was a member of Arizona State’s 1975 NCAA Final Four Team. Her mother played basketball professionally in Argentina and her sister played basketball at Oregon State. • Lindsey Mason’s father played football at the University of Tennessee from 1978-82. • Chelsey Pinkstaff’s father was a wrestler at the University of Tennessee. Lady Tigers Ink North Carolina Point Guard • Clemson head women’s basketball coach Cristy McKinney has announced the signing of Keyrra Gillespie for the 200910 season. • Gillespie, a native of Statesville, NC, is the #5-ranked player in the Southeastern Hoops Report and the 18th-ranked point guard in the nation according to ESPN HoopGurlz. • Gillespie is the reigning Ms. Basketball from North Carolina and has been a three-time conference player-of-the-year at Statesville High School. She has led the Greyhounds to a 69-15 record in three seasons and to a state regionals appearance in 2008. • Gillespie, whom the Clemson coaches describe as the consummate point guard with great vision, passing ability and ball handling skills, was a first-team all-state selection for the 2007-08 season and has lettered three times in track as well.

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Assists Tasha Taylor Steals Lele Hardy Jasmine Tate

Hardy Scores 32 • Lele Hardy posted a career high 32 points on Nov. 22 against Georgia State. She was 12-for-18 from the field to set personal bests in field goals made and attempted as well. • Her 32 points were the most for any Lady Tiger since Lakeia Stokes scored 32 almost five years ago to the day, November 21, 2003. • Hardy connected on 5-6 from behind the arc, while adding three perfect free throw tries as well. Lady Tigers Record Road Victory Over In-State Rival South Carolina • Clemson defeated in-state rival South Carolina on Nov. 19 for the first time since the 2004-05 season, which was also the last time the Lady Tigers bested the Gamecocks in Columbia. • The win was the first for Head Coach Cristy McKinney over South Carolina while at Clemson. • Clemson ruined first-year coach Dawn Staley’s home opener with the victory. • Palmetto State native Lele Hardy led all scorers with 17 points and was just one rebound shy of a double-double. • She also tallied seven steals in the game. • April Parker and Whitney Hood also posted double figures with 10 points apiece. Thomas’ Travels With Argeninean National Team • Sthefany Thomas spent her offseason traveling with the Argentinean national team to the South America Championships in Ecuador and the FIBA Olympic Qualifier in Spain. • The Argentineans finished second in the South American Championships in June to advance to the Olympic qualifier in Spain. • Thomas averaged 12.3 points during the South American Championships, which included a 22-point performance in

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Shaniqua Pauldo scored 23 points in Clemson’s ACC Tournament victory over five-seed Georgia Tech.


Final Individual      Player Stats - All Games    

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              

                 

              

              

 

 

          ���    

   

   

     

              

  

   

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                                                                          

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                                                                                                                                                                        

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94

Superlatives Category Total Points 1st Half Points 2nd Half Points 1st Half FG % 2nd Half FG % Scoring Margin Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal % 3-Pointers Made 3-Point Attempts

85 85 45 52 .552 (16-29) .633 (19-30) +31 33

Clemson Team High vs. Washington (11/30/08) vs. Charleston Southern (1/20/09) vs. Charleston Southern (1/20/09) vs. Chattanooga (12/15/08) vs. Kennesaw State (12/29/08) vs. Washington (11/30/08) vs. Presbyterian (11/16/08) vs. Charleston Southern (1/20/09)

74 vs. Northwestern (12/4/08) .544 (31-57) 9 25 25 .444 (4-9) 18 18 24

vs. Washington (11/30/08) vs. Miami (1/5/09) vs. Miami (1/5/09) vs. Maryland (1/15/09) vs. Kennesaw State (12/29/08) vs. Charleston Southern (1/20/09) vs. Georgia Tech (3/5/09) vs. Presbyterian (11/16/08)

.947 (18-19) 52 +15 25 29 10 19 26 26

vs. Georgia Tech (3/5/09) vs. Miami (1/5/09) vs. Charleston Southern (1/20/09) vs. Washington (11/30/08) vs. Georgia Tech (2/1/09) vs. Furman (11/14/08) vs. Presbyterian (11/16/08) vs. Furman (11/14/08) vs. North Carolina (1/9/09)

Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal % 3-Pointers Made 3-Point Attempts 3-Point FG %

89 45 49 .556 (15-27) .593 (16-27) .593 (16-27) 32 73 .511 (24-47) 8 22 .571 (8-14)

Opponent Team High by Georgia Tech (2/22/09) by Florida State (1/11/09) by North Carolina (1/9/09) by Chattanooga (12/15/08) by Wake Forest (2/8/09) by Georgia Tech (2/22/09) by Georgia Tech (2/22/09) by Miami (1/5/09) by Boston College (1/23/09) by Furman (11/14/08) by Charleston Southern (1/20/09) by Furman (11/14/08)

Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw % (min. 10 att.) Total Rebounds

32 40 .857 (18-21) 59

by Furman (11/14/08) by Furman (11/14/08) by Georgia State (11/22/08) by North Carolina (3/6/09)

3-Point FG % Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw % (min. 10 att.) Total Rebounds Rebound Margin Assists Turnovers Blocked Shots Steals Fouls

Category Total Points 1st Half Points 2nd Half Points 1st Half FG % 2nd Half FG %

Assists Turnovers Blocked Shots Steals

18 30 7 20

Fouls

20 by Wake Forest (1/18/09) 20 by Georgia Tech (3/5/09)

Category Points

Clemson Individual Best 32 by Lele Hardy vs. Georgia State (11/22/08)

Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal % (min. 5 att.) 3-Pointers Made 3-Point Attempts 3-Point % (min. 3 att.) Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw % (min. 6 att.) Total Rebounds Assists Blocked Shots Steals Minutes

12 20 1.000 (6-6) 1.000 (5-5) 5 10 10 1.000 (3-3 .833 (5-6) 8 11 1.000 (9-9) 15 15 9 5 5 7 7 37

by Winthrop (11/25/08) by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Winthrop (11/25/08) by Georgia Tech (2/1/09)

by Lele Hardy vs. Georgia State (11/22/08) by Lele Hardy vs. Washington (11/30/08) by April Parker vs. Kennesaw State (12/29/08) by Whitney Hood vs. Charleston Southern (1/20/09) by Lele Hardy vs. Georgia State (11/22/08) by Lele Hardy vs. Maryland (1/15/09) by Sthefany Thomas vs. Maryland (1/15/09) by Sthefany Thomas vs. Wake Forest (2/8/09) by Lele Hardy vs. Georgia State (11/22/08) by Lele Hardy vs. Boston College (1/23/09) by Lele Hardy vs. Wake Forest (1/18/09) by Lele Hardy vs. Boston College (1/23/09) by Lele Hardy vs. Miami (1/5/09) by Lele Hardy vs. Charleston Southern (1/20/09) by Tasha Taylor vs. Georgia Tech (3/5/09) by Jasmine Tate vs. Furman (11/14/08) by Jasmine Tate vs. Kent State (11/28/08) by Lele Hardy vs. South Carolina (11/19/08) by Lele Hardy vs. Georgia Tech (3/5/09) by Lele Hardy vs. Wake Forest (2/8/09)

Clemson Team Low 41 vs. Georgia Tech (2/1/09) 14 15 .176 (6-34) .100 (3-30) -35 16 16 52 52 .286 (16-56) 1 6

vs. NC State (2/26/09) vs. Boston College (1/23/09) vs. Georgia Tech (2/22/09) vs. Boston College (1/23/09) vs. Georgia Tech (2/22/09) vs. Boston College (1/23/09) vs. Georgia Tech (2/1/09) vs. Ohio (12/6/08) vs. Duke (2/13/09) vs. Boston College (1/23/09) vs. several vs. South Carolina (11/19/08)

.063 (1-16) vs. Presbyterian (11/16/08) 3 vs. Miami (1/5/09) 6 vs. Miami (1/5/09) .363 (7-11) 25 -26 7 7 0 6 12

vs. South Carolina (11/19/08) vs. Ohio (12/6/08) vs. North Carolina (3/5/09) vs. Furman (11/14/08) vs. Winthrop (11/25/08) vs. NC State (2/26/09) vs. Miami (1/5/09) vs. Presbyterian (11/16/08)

35 14 20 .231 (6-26) .241 (7-29)

Opponent Team Low by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Kent State (11/28/08) by Charleston Southern (1/20/09) by Kent State (11/28/08)

14 39 .281 1 6 .091 (1-11) .091 (1-11) 4 6 .524 (11-21) 28 28 6 12 1 2

by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Charleston Southern (1/20/09) by several (5) by Boston College (1/23/09) by Kennesaw State (12/29/08) by North Carolina (1/9/09) by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Charlotte (1/2/09) by Presbyterian (11/16/08) by Georgia State (11/22/08) by South Carolina (11/19/08) by Miami (1/5/09) by several by Winthrop (11/25/08)

7 by Winthrop (11/25/08)

34 34 13 24 .875 (7-8)

Opponent Individual Best by Lee Stephens of Furman (11/14/08) by Amy Jaeschke of Northwestern (12/4/08) by Corrinne Groves of Wake Forest (2/8/09) by Amy Jaeschke of Northwestern (12/4/08) by Ashley Haugtvedt of Winthrop (11/25/08)

5 by Brittany Graham of Georgia State (11/22/08) 9 by several .833 (5-6) by Brittany Graham of Georgia State (11/22/08) 12 13 1.000 13

by Amy Jaeschke of Northwestern (12/4/08) by Amy Jaeschke of Northwestern (12/4/08) by several by several (3)

8 by several (3) 3 by several (8) 7 by Alex Tchangoue of Wake Forest (2/8/09) 42 by Amy Jaeschke of Northwestern (12/4/08)


Team Game-by-Game Stats Date 11/14 11/16 11/19

Opponent

Final Score By Score Periods

FG-A-Pct.

3FG-A-Pct FT-A-Pct.

O-D=T Reb

PFDQ

A

TO

BS

S

1st FG% 2nd FG%

Bench Score

at Furman

82

34-48

21-50-.420

8-14-.571

32-40-.800

14-28=42

19-1

8

22

4

5

.346

.500

6

Clemson

68

25-43

26-70-.371

6-20-.300

10-14-.714

19-20=39

26-1

7

20

10

11

.344

.395

29

Presbyterian

35

14-21

14-39-.359

3-14-.214

4-6-.667

4-24=28

17-1

7

30

1

5

.278

.429

4

Clemson

66

29-37

24-68-.353

1-16-.063

17-24-.708

22-19=41

12-0

11

9

5

19

.382

.323

23 23

at South Carolina

45

24-21

16-49-.327

1-8-.125

12-19-.632

14-25=39

15-1

6

25

3

7

.310

.350

Clemson

52

31-21

22-59-.373

1-6-.167

7-11-.636

14-23=37

18-1

11

20

2

12

.438

.296

8

11/22

Georgia State

82

34-48

29-64-.453

6-15-.400

18-21-.400

11-17=28

17-0

17

13

3

18

.364

.548

19

Clemson

75

29-46

26-56-.464

9-17-.529

14-17-.824

15-26=41

18-0

11

28

5

9

.500

.447

21

11/25

Winthrop

68

32-36

25-52-.481

6-15-.400

12-19-.632

12-24=36

7-0

18

16

7

2

.429

.542

0

Clemson

76

44-32

31-70-.443

7-16-.438

7-8-.875

16-20=36

13-0

19

7

7

9

.541

.371

42

11/28 11/30 12/4 12/6 12/15 12/22 12/29 1/2

vs. Kent State

53

33-20

20-55-.364

2-13-.154

11-19-.579

12-28=40

16-0

12

26

5

8

.500

.241

14

Clemson#

68

30-38

29-69-.420

4-16-.250

6-14-.429

14-28=42

16-0

12

14

6

11

.406

.432

22

at Washington

67

35-32

25-72-.347

5-20-..250

12-15-.800

15-22=37

19-1

13

11

3

7

.394

.308

25

Clemson#

85

34-51

31-57-.544

7-16-.438

16-19-.842

5-33=38

14-0

25

15

4

7

.444

.633

29

Northwestern

75

29-38-8

23-51-.451

3-9-.333

26-34-.764

12-28=40

17-0

12

25

3

11

.423

.524

16

Clemson$

78

27-40-11

32-74-.432

6-18-.333

8-16-.500

20-19=39

23-0

20

17

2

14

.324

.500

31

Ohio

57

33-24

20-47-.426

3-12-.250

14-17-.824

11-22=33

12-0

13

23

1

8

.520

.318

2

Clemson

60

19-41

23-52-.442

3-11-.273

11-15-.733

9-16=25

14-0

10

17

3

9

.320

.556

38

Chattanooga

74

36-38

27-54-.500

7-19-.368

13-20-.650

9-24=33

11-0

15

20

3

5

.556

.444

12

Clemson

79

27-52

32-62-.516

8-21-.381

7-10-.700

9-20=29

17-0

24

16

4

9

.400

.625

39

vs. Georgia

67

28-39

24-59-.407

4-16-.250

15-19-.789

12-31=43

15-0

14

15

3

10

.379

.433

11

Clemson%

50

32-18

19-59-.322

1-13-.077

11-16-.688

12-25=37

16-0

13

15

3

10

.429

.226

15

Kennesaw State

65

35-30

24-65-.369

1-11-.091

16-20-.800

16-16=32

18-0

13

16

2

13

.382

.355

19

Clemson

78

43-35

30-57-.526

4-9-.444

14-20-.700

13-28=41

16-0

18

19

8

10

.552

.500

30 21

Charlotte

58

30-28

22-57-.386

3-14-.214

11-21-.524

16-35=51

15-0

11

23

1

6

.423

.355

Clemson

51

19-32

19-59-.322

4-15-.267

9-14-.643

9-25=34

20-1

8

16

4

8

.250

.387

19

1/5

at *Miami

68

41-27

27-73-.370

5-16-.313

9-15-.600

11-27=38

11-0

16

12

5

14

.474

.257

10

Clemson

74

38-36

31-69-.449

9-25-.360

3-6-.500

14-38=52

15-0

21

20

8

6

.485

.417

45

1/8

*#2/2 North Carolina

83

34-49

28-71-.394

1-11-.091

26-37-.703

19-32=51

16-0

12

16

3

12

.282

.531

27

Clemson

74

25-49

27-70-.386

6-18-.333

14-15-.933

12-31=43

26-2

17

20

4

9

.257

.514

15

1/11

at *Florida State

80

45-35

27-65-.415

7-14-.500

19-26-.731

17-30=47

12-0

15

14

5

7

.515

.313

19

Clemson

54

31-23

21-59-.356

6-16-.375

6-10-.600

8-23=31

20-1

13

16

1

7

.400

.310

30

1/15

*#12/16 Maryland

65

35-30

21-56-.375

3-13-.231

20-25-.800

15-35=50

13-0

11

22

3

8

.400

.333

3

Clemson

56

26-30

20-65-.308

6-25-.240

10-13-.769

12-23=35

20-1

10

13

7

9

.333

.289

26

at *Wake Forest

60

25-35

20-56-.357

3-15-.200

17-25-.680

9-32=41

20-2

12

18

2

7

.276

.444

4

Clemson

64

21-43

23-63-.365

3-14-.214

15-23-.652

14-31=45

19-0

12

16

2

8

.300

.424

16

1/18 1/20 1/23 1/26 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/13

Charleston Southern

60

29-31

18-64-.281

7-22-.318

17-22-.773

17-15=32

16-1

10

21

1

11

.231

.316

2

Clemson

85

45-40

33-63-.524

1-8-.125

18-23-.783

15-32=47

21-0

19

18

8

9

.500

.548

43

at *Boston College

71

33-38

24-47-511

3-6-.500

20-29-.690

7-32=39

15-0

13

22

3

7

.450

.556

16

Clemson

51

36-15

16-56-.286

5-15-.333

14-17-.824

10-22=32

19-1

10

23

3

7

.500

.100

18

*Virginia

75

36-39

25-67-.373

3-8-.375

22-27-.815

22-27=49

10-0

15

17

3

8

.448

.316

10

Clemson

67

26-41

28-67-.438

5-17-.294

6-10-.600

11-24=35

21-0

12

18

5

13

.343

.552

35

*Virginia Tech

65

32-33

23-50-.460

1-9-.111

18-30-.600

12-27=39

15-0

12

14

1

9

.433

.500

10

Clemson

61

39-22

23-67-.343

3-21-.143

12-13-.3923

17-20=37

18-0

13

12

4

8

.455

.235

31

*Georgia Tech

49

20-29

16-40-.400

1-8-.125

16-26-.615

10-21=31

11-0

7

26

6

20

.350

.450

5

Clemson

41

16-25

16-50-.320

3-13-.231

6-12-.500

16-20=36

20-1

10

29

1

14

.231

.417

15

Western Carolina

64

26-38

25-68-.368

3-12-.250

11-19-.579

20-26=46

17-0

8

18

3

6

.367

.368

17

Clemson

73

31-42

27-69-.391

4-11-.391

15-22-.682

18-29=47

17-0

7

14

6

9

.359

.433

26

*Wake Forest

71

28-43

25-56-.446

3-11-.273

18-28-.643

10-23=33

13-0

17

14

1

16

.310

.593

4

Clemson

66

37-29

25-63-.397

5-14-.357

11-13-.846

16-25=41

19-0

16

22

1

9

.424

.357

34 29

at #4/10 *Duke

77

44-33

24-60-.400

3-11-.273

26-36-.722

18-32=50

17-0

15

16

6

13

.462

.353

Clemson

53

19-34

19-52-.365

5-13-.385

10-19-.526

7-24=31

21-1

10

23

3

12

.360

.370

34

2/19

#11/12 *Florida State

75

35-40

23-50-.460

3-12-.500

26-34-.460

12-26=38

15-0

15

19

4

11

.417

.500

14

Clemson

58

30-28

23-57-.404

3-18-.167

9-14-.643

11-19=30

24-1

14

24

3

11

.448

.357

12

2/22

*Georgia Tech

89

43-46

32-65-.492

4-8-.500

21-26-.808

20-28=48

14-0

14

14

5

14

.421

.593

20

Clemson

54

15-39

19-59-.322

5-16-.313

11-16-.688

17-16=33

21-1

12

21

9

7

.176

.520

21

2/26

at *NC State

69

30-39

25-58-.431

2-7-.286

17-22-.773

11-37=48

14-0

11

11

4

5

.355

.519

30

Clemson

43

14-29

17-63-.270

3-14-.214

6-11-.545

12-24=36

15-0

8

11

0

7

.188

.355

23

3/5

vs. Georgia Tech

69

37-32

22-67-.328

4-15-.267

21-29-.724

17-21=38

20-0

9

19

1

13

.355

.306

25

Clemson

81

37-44

31-70-.443

1-11-.091

18-19-.947

18-32=50

19-0

16

20

4

14

.455

.432

24

3/6

vs. North Carolina

74

31-43

25-61-.410

3-11-.273

21-30-.700

23-36=59

15-0

11

21

4

9

.367

.452

14

Clemson

55

29-26

20-67-.299

7-24-.292

8-12-.667

14-19=33

231

11

13

5

11

.371

.219

38

95


96

Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Furman 11/14/08 5:00 p.m. at Greenville, S.C. (Timmons Arena)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Presbyterian vs Clemson 11/16/08 2:0 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Clemson 68 • 0-1

Presbyterian 35 • 0-2 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

11

HARDY, Lele PARKER, April TATE, Jasmine BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn SMITH, Bryelle TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

21 24 04 10 03 12 22 25 31 44

FG % 1st Half: 11-32 3FG % 1st Half: 1-5 FT % 1st Half: 2-5

f f f g g

6-11 2-6 2-5 0-5 5-11 0-3 1-3 3-11 4-8 3-6 0-1

2-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-7 0-2 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0

5-5 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-3 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0

26-70

6-20

10-14

2nd half: 15-38 2nd half: 5-15 2nd half: 8-9

34.4% 20.0% 40.0%

39.5% 33.3% 88.9%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1 2 3 4 3 2 5 3 5 3 8 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 4 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 5 2 2 4 4 2 2 4 1 3 2 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 19 20 39 26

Game: 26-70 Game: 6-20 Game: 10-14

##

Player

24 21 20 20 33 12 15 25 19 8 3

14

BROWN, Brittany SMITH, Lea MOORE, Katlin MILLS, Amanda STEVENS, Kristen SNYDER, Lauren WRIGHT, Chelsea LEE, Megan WHATLEY, Holly Team Totals

A TO Blk Stl

19 4 4 0 12 0 4 8 11 6 0

1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0

68

7 20 10 11 200

3 3 1 5 3 1 1 2 1 0 0

0 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

37.1% 30.0% 71.4%

3 1 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

Deadball Rebounds 1

Furman 82 • 1-0 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

20

BAKER, Sarah HOLTFRETER, Kali JOHNSON, Katie STEPHENS, Lee LIEBSCHWAGER, M DOWELL, Candace BERRY, Kendra TROUTMAN, Susan BOOKER, Shana Team Totals

21 44 11 12 10 23 24 32

FG % 1st Half: 9-26 3FG % 1st Half: 3-7 FT % 1st Half: 13-16

f f c g g

3-9 2-6 1-6 10-14 4-7 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-4

2-2 2-4 0-0 3-4 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

0-0 4-5 5-6 11-12 8-11 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-4

21-50

8-14

32-40

2nd half: 12-24 2nd half: 5-7 2nd half: 19-24

34.6% 42.9% 81.3%

50.0% 71.4% 79.2%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

2 2 4 2 1 3 4 1 6 4 10 5 0 1 1 4 1 4 5 3 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 4 5 2 1 1 2 1 2 5 7 14 28 42 19

Game: 21-50 Game: 8-14 Game: 32-40

TP

A TO Blk Stl

8 10 7 34 17 0 2 2 2

0 1 0 1 5 1 0 0 0

82

1 5 5 2 2 1 2 0 2 2 8 22

1st

2nd

Total

25 34

43 48

68 82

04 12 24 11 21 22 25

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

5 200

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn SMITH, Bryelle TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey WELKER, Lindsay PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

04 10 03 12 22 25 31 33

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

0-0 0-0 0-0

Points CU FUR

In Paint 0 0

Off T/O 19 22

2nd Chance 17 10

Fast Break 0 0

Bench 29 6

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

Player

21

PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney WRIGHT, Kirstyn HARDY, Lele TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

03 04 22 24 31 44

FG % 1st Half: 14-32 3FG % 1st Half: 1-4 FT % 1st Half: 2-2

f f g g g

5-8 5-10 0-4 6-15 2-3 0-0 0-5 3-10 0-2 0-1 1-1

0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 2-2 4-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

22-59

1-6

7-11

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

43.8% 25.0% 100.0%

8-27 0-2 5-9

29.6% 0.0% 55.6%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

3 1 4 5 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 2 4 5 9 2 1 6 7 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 2 5 14 23 37 18

Game: 22-59 Game: 1-6 Game: 7-11

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

10

PACE, C.J. ADAMS, Demetress MAY, Jewel FALOHUN, Lauren DICKERSON, Brionna KENNEDY, Samone SUTTON, Lakeisha TATE, Miranda WILLIAMS, Tonia WHEELER, Sada Team Totals

52 03 23 04 11 21 32 34

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-29 1-3 5-9

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

10 10 2 17 5 0 0 6 0 0 2

0 0 2 2 5 0 0 2 0 0 0

1 1 2 4 5 0 2 2 1 0 2

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

2 0 0 7 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

Game: 14-39 Game: 3-14 Game: 4-6

5-9 4-8 0-3 3-9 4-10 1-6 0-2 2-7 3-9 0-1 0-1 2-3

0-2 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-2 0-2 0-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

3-6 2-2 6-6 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 5-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

24-68

1-16

17-24

2nd half: 24-68 2nd half: 1-16 2nd half: 17-24

35.3% 6.3% 70.8%

35

A TO Blk Stl

1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0

5 1 7 6 1 1 2 3 1 3 7 30

Min

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

1

5 200

35.9% 21.4% 66.7%

26 29 35 27 36 3 22 20 2

Deadball Rebounds 1

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

7 1 8 2 4 3 7 0 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 0 5 5 1 2 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 2 2 2 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 22 19 41 12

Game: 24-68 Game: 1-16 Game: 17-24

1st

2nd

Total

14 29

21 37

35 66

TP

A TO Blk Stl

13 10 6 6 8 2 0 10 6 0 0 5

5 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1 2 1 0 3 1 0 0 0

0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

66 11

9

5 19 200

35.3% 6.3% 70.8%

5 2 1 2 3 0 0 5 1 0 0 0

Min

30 21 23 25 28 12 4 21 17 8 2 9

Deadball Rebounds 5,3

In Paint 0 0

Points PC CU

Off T/O 0 0

2nd Chance 0 0

Fast Break 0 0

Bench 0 0

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

##

Player

27 28 31 33 26 2 14 22 8 5 4

40

Olsen, Dana McKeller, Danyiell Williams, Jylisa Hollins, Brittany Johnson, Crystal Graham, Brittany Harris, Chandra Smith, Chandrica Haltiwanger, Traci Rawls, Shay Mann, Monica Anderson, Danielle Team Totals

f f f g g

31.0% 33.3% 55.6%

2-6 1-4 0-1 3-4 1-10 0-3 2-4 3-6 3-7 1-4

0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 2-2 4-4 2-4 0-0 1-4 1-3 2-2 0-0

16-49

1-8

12-19

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

7-20 0-5 7-10

35.0% 0.0% 70.0%

1st

31 24

Last FG - CU 2nd-04:05, SC 2nd-03:37. Largest lead - CU by 17 1st-06:12, SC None.

2nd

Deadball Rebounds 2

21 21

52 45

Points CU SC

05 23 10 12 21 22 25 31

FG % 1st Half: 12-33 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 FT % 1st Half: 8-9

f f g g g

36.4% 33.3% 88.9%

2-7 10-18 5-9 3-10 2-8 6-8 1-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-4 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

8-8 4-5 0-0 0-0 6-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

29-64

6-15

18-21

2nd half: 17-31 2nd half: 4-9 2nd half: 10-12

54.8% 44.4% 83.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1 2 3 3 4 7 11 2 0 2 2 3 3 0 3 4 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 11 17 28 17

Game: 29-64 Game: 6-15 Game: 18-21

TP

A TO Blk Stl

12 24 10 6 11 17 2 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 4 2 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 2 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

82 17 13

0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 1 4 5 2 2 0 2 0 0 0

Min

32 35 31 23 38 19 11 1 5 1 2 2

3 18 200

45.3% 40.0% 85.7%

Deadball Rebounds 1

Clemson University 75 • 2-2

2 1 3 1 3 8 11 5 1 3 4 4 0 1 1 0 3 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 8 3 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 14 25 39 15

Total

04

2 12 200

37.3% 16.7% 63.6%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Game: 16-49 Game: 1-8 Game: 12-19

42

44

52 11 20

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

TP

A TO Blk Stl

4 2 2 10 4 0 5 8 8 2

0 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0

45

3 4 0 3 5 2 2 3 1 1 1 6 25

1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0

3

7 200

21 22 17 27 37 19 8 18 22 9

Deadball Rebounds 3

In Paint 28 26

Off T/O 16 13

2nd Chance 12 7

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

##

Player

11

HARDY, Lele HOOD, Whitney PARKER, April TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

25 21 12 22 03 04 10 24 31

32.7% 12.5% 63.2%

Fast Break 2 4

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

Officials: Dee Kantner, Wesley Dean, Sue Fountain Technical fouls: Clemson-None. South Carolina-None. Attendance: 2315 Score by periods Clemson South Carolina

4-6

35.9% 21.4% 66.7%

4 6 6 8 7 0 1 3 0

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Georgia State vs Clemson University 11/22/08 3:00 PM at Littlejohn Coliseum - Clemson, SC

South Carolina 45 • 0-2

24

3-14

TP

0 2 2 3 2 6 8 5 0 6 6 2 1 1 2 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 4 24 28 17

Georgia State 82 • 1-0 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

12

14-39

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Last FG - PC , CU . Largest lead - PC None, CU None.

Clemson 52 • 2-1

11

0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

2nd half: 14-39 2nd half: 3-14 2nd half: 4-6

f f c g g

Score by periods Presbyterian Clemson

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs South Carolina 11/19/08 7 p.m. at Colonial Life Arena / Columbia, S.C.

10

0-0 0-0 0-1 1-6 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0

Officials: Dock Sisk, Angelica Suffren, BOnnie Pettus Technical fouls: Presbyterian-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 580

Last FG - CU 2nd-00:59, FUR 2nd-00:04. Largest lead - CU by 2 1st-19:15, FUR by 16 2nd-14:54.

25

2-4 3-6 2-8 3-9 3-7 0-0 0-2 1-3 0-0

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

44

Deadball Rebounds 3

0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

11 21

4

0-0 0-0 0-0

##

33 34 27 32 35 10 7 13 9

0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0

f f g g g

Clemson 66 • 1-1

24

Officials: Carla Fountain, Angel Stanton, Talisa Green Technical fouls: Clemson-WRIGHT, Kirstyn. Furman-None. Attendance: 337 Score by periods Clemson Furman

23

Min

0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0

42.0% 57.1% 80.0%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

TP

Bench 8 23

44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-18 4-5 7-9

f f c g g

12-18 2-5 2-4 2-7 1-5 1-2 1-2 3-8 2-3 0-1 0-1

5-6 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-3 3-4 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-5 1-1 0-0 0-0

26-56

9-17

14-17

2nd half: 17-38 2nd half: 5-12 2nd half: 7-8

50.0% 80.0% 77.8%

44.7% 41.7% 87.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

3 3 6 2 2 2 4 2 3 1 4 3 0 3 3 1 1 3 4 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 4 6 4 2 5 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 15 26 41 18

Game: 26-56 Game: 9-17 Game: 14-17

TP

A TO Blk Stl

32 7 6 4 5 3 2 11 5 0 0

1 1 0 4 1 2 0 1 1 0 0

Min

4 4 1 6 4 2 2 4 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0

3 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0

75 11 28

5

9 200

46.4% 52.9% 82.4%

27 26 26 20 25 12 9 27 19 6 3

Deadball Rebounds 1

Officials: Dee Kaufner, Billy Smith, Maj Forsberg Technical fouls: Georgia State-None. Clemson University-None. Attendance: Score by periods Georgia State Clemson University

1st

2nd

Total

34 29

48 46

82 75

Last FG - GASTWBB 2nd-00:58, CU 2nd-00:17. Largest lead - GASTWBB by 10 1st-06:26, CU by 5 2nd-09:27.

Points GASTWB CU

In Paint 32 28

Off T/O 32 13

2nd Chance 10 14

Fast Break 8 6

Score tied - 10 times. Lead changed - 11 times.

Bench 19 21


Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Winthrop vs Clemson 11/25/08 5:30 PM at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Kent State 11/28/08 12 p.m. at Bank of America Arena - Seattle, Wash.

Winthrop 68 • 2-2

Clemson 68 • 4-2 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

04

FANSLER, Jessica FANN, Ashley HAUGTVEDT, Ashley van DAALEN, Yvonne RODD, Tiffany COX, Ashley RYSKA, Kathi SCOTT, Sarah HANKINS, Shelly HAMMICK, TaQuoia Team Totals

40 42 13 25 03 05 32 33 50

FG % 1st Half: 12-28 3FG % 1st Half: 4-8 FT % 1st Half: 4-7

f f c g g

3-7 6-15 7-8 5-10 4-10 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

1-3 0-0 2-3 0-3 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 4-9 1-2 7-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

25-52

6-15

12-19

2nd half: 13-24 2nd half: 2-7 2nd half: 8-12

42.9% 50.0% 57.1%

54.2% 28.6% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

2 1 3 5 8 13 1 3 4 1 7 8 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 12 24 36

Game: 25-52 Game: 6-15 Game: 12-19

##

Player

28 40 35 36 37 2 14 1 4 3

11

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine HOOD, Whitney SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany MASON, Lindsey WELKER, Lindsay PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

A TO Blk Stl

1 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

7 16 17 17 11 0 0 0 0 0

1 7 1 6 0 0 2 0 1 0

2 3 1 5 3 0 1 0 1 0

1 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

7

68 18 16

7

2 200 Deadball Rebounds 2

Clemson 76 • 3-2 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

11

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey WELKER, Lindsay PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

24 21 03 04 10 12 22 25 31 33 44

FG % 1st Half: 18-35 3FG % 1st Half: 4-9 FT % 1st Half: 4-5

f f c g g

4-12 1-4 7-12 0-2 4-5 2-5 3-5 2-6 5-9 0-0 0-1 3-9

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-3 2-4 2-2 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 1-2 0-0 2-2

31-70

7-16

7-8

2nd half: 13-35 2nd half: 3-7 2nd half: 3-3

51.4% 44.4% 80.0%

37.1% 42.9% 100.0%

4 7 11 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 2 3 1 4 1 2 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 2 5 0 0 1 1 16 20 36 13

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1st

2nd

Total

32 44

36 32

68 76

Points WU CU

03 04 10 12 22 31 33

8 2 14 0 10 6 8 7 12 1 0 8

4 0 0 3 2 1 6 0 2 0 0 1

0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 0

1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1

4 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

76 19

7

7

9 200

44.3% 43.8% 87.5%

34 18 24 12 19 15 22 18 20 3 2 13

Deadball Rebounds 0

Off T/O 7 23

2nd Chance 9 24

Fast Break 2 14

Bench 0 42

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

24

TATE, Jasmine HOOD, Whitney SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy HARDY, Lele WRIGHT, Kirstyn TAYLOR, Tasha PARKER, April THOMAS, Sthefany Team Totals

25 03 04 11 10 12 21 22

FG % 1st Half: 12-27 3FG % 1st Half: 4-9 FT % 1st Half: 6-7

f f g g g

44.4% 44.4% 85.7%

4-7 8-12 2-5 0-3 7-9 5-10 2-4 0-1 3-6

0-0 0-0 2-4 0-1 3-5 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-2

0-0 0-0 2-2 2-3 5-5 2-2 2-2 1-2 2-3

31-57

7-16

16-19

2nd half: 19-30 2nd half: 3-7 2nd half: 10-12

63.3% 42.9% 83.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 2 2 1 1 8 9 1 0 2 2 1 0 5 5 2 0 9 9 3 2 2 4 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 3 3 2 0 2 5 33 38 14

Game: 31-57 Game: 7-16 Game: 16-19

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

32

Whitcomb, Sami Williams, Mollie McLellan, Laura Kingma, Kristi Morton, Sarah Augustavo, Michelle Rozier, Christina Barlow, Charmaine Young, Lydia Mosiman, Sara Team Totals

10 12 15 21 22 30 42

FG % 1st Half: 13-33 3FG % 1st Half: 3-6 FT % 1st Half: 6-7

TP

A TO Blk Stl

HARRIS, Chenel KOWALSKA, Anna BENNETT, Rachel GIBSON, Stephanie STUTZMAN, Jena HARKINS, Asheley LEVI, Lakeshia SPEARS, Yoshica HUMES, Jamilah SHIELDS, Ellie Team Totals

21 10 11 24 04 20 23 25 40

FG % 1st Half: 13-26 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 FT % 1st Half: 5-7

6-14

f c g g g

4-7 9-15 1-4 0-3 1-6 0-2 0-2 0-2 4-11 1-3 20-55

50.0% 33.3% 71.4%

Score by periods Clemson Kent State

43.2% 50.0% 57.1%

Game: 29-69 Game: 4-16 Game: 6-14

TP

A TO Blk Stl

22 5 8 5 6 3 4 12 0 0 3

2 0 2 1 1 1 3 2 0 0 0

0 1 2 2 1 2 2 3 0 0 1

0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

68 12 14

2 0 1 0 4 1 1 1 1 0 0

Min

35 24 24 15 21 23 24 24 1 4 5

6 11 200

42.0% 25.0% 42.9%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

1-3 0-0 0-2 0-1 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0

3-3 0-2 4-6 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0

Deadball Rebounds 5

2-13

11-19

7-29 0-7 6-12

24.1% 0.0% 50.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 2 2 2 3 6 9 1 0 3 3 2 1 5 6 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 3 1 2 0 2 0 1 2 3 3 1 1 2 2 3 6 9 12 28 40 16

Game: 20-55 Game: 2-13 Game: 11-19

TP

A TO Blk Stl

12 18 6 0 3 2 0 1 9 2

0 0 8 3 0 0 0 0 1 0

Min

2 5 4 2 3 1 0 1 4 4

0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0

0 1 4 1 0 0 1 0 1 0

53 12 26

5

8 200

36.4% 15.4% 57.9%

1st

2nd

Total

30 33

38 20

68 53

Points CU KENT

22 28 38 23 24 11 7 11 24 12

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

In Paint 42 34

Last FG - CU 2nd-00:46, KENT 2nd-01:52. Largest lead - CU by 15 2nd-05:12, KENT by 5 2nd-19:51.

8 16 8 2 22 13 6 1 9

0 2 6 3 3 4 6 0 1

Min

##

Player

20 34 18 30 32 24 17 9 16

25

Orban, Brittany Cartwright, Kristin Jaeschke, Amy Reed, Meshia Eckhart, Jenny Dickerson, Erin Mocchi, Maggie Jaeschke, Ellen Team Totals

1 0 0 2 2 0 5 2 3

1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 1

85 25 15

4

7 200

54.4% 43.8% 84.2%

Deadball Rebounds 0,1

Off T/O 21 6

2nd Chance 14 13

Fast Break 16 0

Bench 22 14

Score tied - 7 times. Lead changed - 11 times.

32 22 20 21 13 24 42

FG % 1st Half: 11-26 3FG % 1st Half: 1-5 FT % 1st Half: 6-8

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

f f c g g

f f c g g

39.4% 50.0% 85.7%

7-16 5-11 1-1 2-11 0-8 6-16 1-2 0-0 2-6 1-1

1-7 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-1 3-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-4 2-2 0-0 5-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

25-72

5-20

12-15

2nd half: 12-39 2nd half: 2-14 2nd half: 6-8

30.8% 14.3% 75.0%

0 5 5 5 4 4 8 1 0 2 2 1 4 0 4 3 0 0 0 2 4 1 5 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 6 3 0 1 1 2 2 2 4 15 22 37 19

Game: 25-72 Game: 5-20 Game: 12-15

1st

2nd

Total

34 35

51 32

85 67

Last FG - CU 2nd-00:11, WASH 2nd-01:02. Largest lead - CU by 18 2nd-00:11, WASH by 4 1st-19:01.

2-3 2-8 11-24 1-4 2-3 1-3 0-0 4-6

0-1 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-3 0-0 0-0

7-9 0-0 12-13 2-5 0-2 2-2 0-0 3-3

23-51

3-9

26-34

2nd half: 11-21 2nd half: 2-4 2nd half: 14-20

42.3% 20.0% 75.0%

52.4% 50.0% 70.0%

OT: OT: OT:

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

4 2 6 3 0 3 3 3 2 10 12 3 2 2 4 3 0 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 2 3 5 1 2 3 5 12 28 40 17 1-4 0-0 6-6

TP

A TO Blk Stl

Min

11 5 34 4 5 5 0 11

0 4 0 1 4 3 0 0

27 41 42 24 4026 2 23

4 5 3 3 5 2 1 2

75 12 25 Game: 23-51 Game: 3-9 Game: 26-34

25.0% 0.0% 100.0%

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

2 1 2 1 1 1 0 3

3 11 225 45.1% 33.3% 76.5%

Deadball Rebounds 5

Clemson 78 • 6-2

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

18 12 2 10 0 15 2 0 6 2

2 2 1 2 2 1 3 0 0 0

1 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 67 13 11

Player

Min

11

35 35 7 28 32 23 6 3 26 5

24

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0

3

7 200

21 03 04 10 12 22 25 31 32 44

34.7% 25.0% 80.0%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Deadball Rebounds 1,2

Officials: Michael Price, Michelle Russi, Alejandro Moreno Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Washington-None. Attendance: 2197 Score by periods Clemson Washington

4-16

2 9 11 2 4 2 6 1 3 5 8 2 0 1 1 0 2 2 4 1 1 2 3 4 0 1 1 1 0 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 2 4 14 28 42 16

Northwestern 75 • 2-6 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

00

29-69

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

30

Washington 67 • 2-3

34

1-2 1-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Northwestern vs Clemson 12/04/08 7:00 PM at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Clemson 85 • 5-2

Player

1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-6 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-1

2nd half: 16-37 2nd half: 2-4 2nd half: 4-7

40.6% 16.7% 28.6%

##

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Washington 11/30/08 2 p.m. at Bank of America Arena - Seattle, Wash.

##

10-20 2-5 4-10 2-3 3-8 1-6 1-3 5-12 0-0 0-0 1-2

Officials: Penny Davis, Wanda Szeremeta, Jay Schumaker Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Kent State-None. Attendance:

In Paint 34 32

Last FG - WU 2nd-02:28, CU 2nd-00:26. Largest lead - WU by 1 1st-13:59, CU by 15 1st-01:37.

FG % 1st Half: 13-32 3FG % 1st Half: 2-12 FT % 1st Half: 2-7

Min

Officials: Wesley Dean, Cameron Invuye, Bonnie Pettis Technical fouls: Winthrop-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 519 Score by periods Winthrop Clemson

25

f f f g g

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Kent State 53 • 3-1

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Game: 31-70 Game: 7-16 Game: 7-8

24

44

48.1% 40.0% 63.2%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

TP

FG % 1st Half: 11-34 3FG % 1st Half: 1-6 FT % 1st Half: 4-6

f f c g g

8-16 2-8 3-9 3-5 1-5 1-5 0-0 4-8 4-6 1-3 2-3 3-6

3-6 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-2 0-3 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2-3 0-2 3-5 2-2 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

32-74

6-18

8-16

2nd half: 17-34 2nd half: 4-10 2nd half: 2-6

32.4% 16.7% 66.7%

50.0% 40.0% 33.3%

OT: OT: OT:

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

5 9 14 3 2 2 4 1 6 1 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 4 1 5 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 20 19 39 23 4-6 1-2 2-4

66.7% 50.0% 50.0%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

21 4 9 10 3 2 0 9 8 2 4 6

8 0 1 0 7 3 0 1 0 0 0 0

2 2 1 1 0 5 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 78 20 17 Game: 32-74 Game: 6-18 Game: 8-16

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 0 1 0 3 2 0 3 1 0 3 0

Min

32 18 30 14 36 30 2 20 17 6 12 8

2 14 225 43.2% 33.3% 50.0%

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Joe Cunnigham, Joann Aldrige, Angelica Suffren Technical fouls: Northwestern-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 490 Points CU WASH

In Paint 38 32

Off T/O 12 11

2nd Chance 11 15

Fast Break 21 2

Score tied - 6 times. Lead changed - 11 times.

Bench 29 25

Score by periods Northwestern Clemson

1st

2nd

OT

Total

29 27

38 40

8 11

75 78

Last FG - NU OT-00:56, CU OT-00:36. Largest lead - NU by 4 1st-06:15, CU by 4 1st-17:48.

Points NU CU

In Paint 30 40

Off T/O 8 19

2nd Chance 19 13

Fast Break 4 13

Score tied - 17 times. Lead changed - 14 times.

Bench 16 31

97


98

Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Ohio vs Clemson 12/06/08 4:00 PM at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Chattanooga vs Clemson 12/15/08 7:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Ohio 57 • 2-5

Chattanooga 74 • 6-4 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

21

Hmiel, Lauren Buckner, Kamille Myers, Chandra Poff, Jenny Bushby, Jennifer Woodmore, Danielle Barnett, Carolyn Gholson, Thia Cain, Catherine Team Totals

34 42 03 31 01 24 32 41

FG % 1st Half: 13-25 3FG % 1st Half: 2-5 FT % 1st Half: 5-7

f f c g g

52.0% 40.0% 71.4%

3-10 3-4 3-4 5-11 6-15 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

8-10 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2

20-47

3-12

14-17

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

7-22 1-7 9-10

31.8% 14.3% 90.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

3 0 3 2 3 3 6 1 1 4 5 3 0 3 3 1 1 10 11 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 11 22 33 12

Game: 20-47 Game: 3-12 Game: 14-17

TP

A TO Blk Stl

14 7 6 12 16 0 0 0 2

1 1 0 7 4 0 0 0 0

##

Player

32 36 33 39 36 10 3 4 7

44

OGAN, Erin HOLLINQUEST, Shanara HATCHETT, Tagan WADE-FREY, Jenaya MASON, LaCondra PENLAND, Kori TOWNSEND, Tenisha NEIL, Andrea DEWART, Bailey Team Totals

4 7 6 3 3 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

1 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0

57 13 23

1

8 200

42.6% 25.0% 82.4%

Deadball Rebounds 3

Clemson 60 • 7-2

Player

11

HARDY, Lele PARKER, April TATE, Jasmine SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

24 03 04 10 12 22 25 31 32 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-25 1-3 2-3

50 04 15 24 01 05 25 30

FG % 1st Half: 15-27 3FG % 1st Half: 4-10 FT % 1st Half: 2-5

f f f g g

32.0% 33.3% 66.7%

8-16 0-0 1-1 0-1 1-2 3-10 2-4 3-6 3-6 0-1 0-2 2-3

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-5 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1

23-52

3-11

11-15

2nd half: 15-27 2nd half: 2-8 2nd half: 9-12

55.6% 25.0% 75.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

3 7 10 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 2 2 3 2 0 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 9 16 25 14

Game: 23-52 Game: 3-11 Game: 11-15

TP

A TO Blk Stl

Score by periods Ohio Clemson

18 0 2 0 2 8 5 13 6 0 1 5

2 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 1

5 0 1 1 4 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 60 10 17

Player

11

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April BROWN, Christy TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

3 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0

3

9 200 Deadball Rebounds 2

24 21 04 12 03 10 22 25 31 32 44

FG % 1st Half: 12-30 3FG % 1st Half: 2-9 FT % 1st Half: 1-1

1st

2nd

Total

33 19

24 41

57 60

Points OHIO CU

In Paint 28 34

Off T/O 18 22

2nd Chance 8 12

Fast Break 6 8

Bench 2 38

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

Player

04

BROWN, Christy HARDY, Lele TAYLOR, Tasha PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

10 22 24 31 44

FG % 1st Half: 12-28 3FG % 1st Half: 0-5 FT % 1st Half: 8-12

Player

01

Houts,Ashley Lee,Jasmine Puleo,Angela Phillips,Porsha Marshall,Christy Taylor,Danielle Rhoden,Jaleesa Robinson,Angel Team Totals

03 20 21 22 04 15 33

FG % 1st Half: 11-29 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 FT % 1st Half: 4-4

* * * * *

2-4 8-16 1-8 1-4 2-7 0-1 2-8 2-6 1-3 0-1 0-1

0-0 1-4 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 3-4 2-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-1 2-3 0-0 0-0

19-59

1-13

11-16

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

42.9% 0.0% 66.7%

7-31 1-8 3-4

22.6% 12.5% 75.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 2 2 0 4 4 8 2 2 2 4 2 2 5 7 3 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 5 5 2 2 1 3 2 0 1 1 1 0 3 3 12 25 37 16

Game: 19-59 Game: 1-13 Game: 11-16

TP

A TO Blk Stl

f f c g g

40.0% 22.2% 100.0%

Score by periods Chattanooga Clemson

4 20 4 2 5 0 6 5 4 0 0

1 4 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0

0 1 3 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 50 13 15

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

2 4 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

13-20

44.4% 33.3% 73.3%

Game: 27-54 Game: 7-19 Game: 13-20

9-15 1-1 2-5 0-4 4-6 2-2 2-6 5-8 5-8 0-2 1-3 1-2

2-5 0-0 0-0 0-3 3-4 1-1 0-3 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-1 3-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

32-62

8-21

7-10

2nd half: 20-32 2nd half: 6-12 2nd half: 6-9

62.5% 50.0% 66.7%

A TO Blk Stl

12 24 3 15 8 6 4 2 0

2 3 0 5 1 1 0 3 0

Min

5 2 2 5 3 1 0 2 0

2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0

74 15 20

3

5 200

50.0% 36.8% 65.0%

38 35 13 29 29 17 15 18 6

Deadball Rebounds 5

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

2 8 10 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 1 0 1 2 2 4 6 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 9 20 29 17

Game: 32-62 Game: 8-21 Game: 7-10

1st

2nd

Total

36 27

38 52

74 79

Points UTC CU

TP

A TO Blk Stl

21 2 4 0 13 5 4 15 11 0 2 2

2 0 3 3 5 4 3 3 1 0 0 0

Min

2 0 4 1 2 2 0 3 1 0 1 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1

3 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

79 24 16

4

9 200

51.6% 38.1% 70.0%

33 10 22 19 24 16 18 19 22 3 11 3

Deadball Rebounds 0

In Paint 38 36

Off T/O 15 19

2nd Chance 13 6

Fast Break 6 6

Bench 12 39

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 10 times.

##

Player

22 34 25 25 27 4 20 14 24 1 4

11

KELLEY, Greteya JOHNSON, Lennisha BAKER, Jennifer BULLOCK, DeAndrea HENDERSON, Britteny SMITH, Angie HARRIS, Davia LOCKETT, Gia NIXON, Montinique Team Totals

3 10 200

32.2% 7.7% 68.8%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Deadball Rebounds 2

* * * * *

37.9% 33.3% 100.0%

4-10 2-2 4-11 4-10 6-16 2-5 0-1 2-4

1-5 0-0 3-8 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0

2-2 1-1 1-1 7-10 1-1 1-2 0-0 2-2

24-59

4-16

15-19

2nd half: 13-30 2nd half: 2-10 2nd half: 11-15

43.3% 20.0% 73.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 2 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 3 5 4 9 2 0 3 3 2 1 4 5 2 1 1 2 0 0 12 12 2 3 4 7 12 31 43 15

Game: 24-59 Game: 4-16 Game: 15-19

TP

A TO Blk Stl

11 5 12 15 13 5 0 6

5 0 4 1 1 1 1 1

3 0 3 1 2 1 2 2 1 67 14 15

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1

1 1 2 4 1 0 0 1

1st

2nd

Total

32 28

18 39

50 67

Last FG - CU 2nd-02:11, GA 2nd-01:12. Largest lead - CU by 12 1st-08:23, GA by 17 2nd-00:33.

23 24 30 44 12 15 20 42

FG % 1st Half: 13-34 3FG % 1st Half: 0-5 FT % 1st Half: 9-11

38.2% 0.0% 81.8%

4-10 0-0 7-13 0-3 7-13 2-11 0-1 4-10 0-4

0-1 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-3 0-0

3-3 0-0 3-4 2-2 2-3 4-5 0-0 1-1 1-2

24-65

1-11

16-20

2nd half: 11-31 2nd half: 1-6 2nd half: 7-9

35.5% 16.7% 77.8%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 2 2 4 1 0 1 0 2 3 5 2 0 2 2 3 5 6 11 2 1 2 3 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 4 1 5 16 16 32 18

Game: 24-65 Game: 1-11 Game: 16-20

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

11

HARDY, Lele HOOD, Whitney PARKER, April BROWN, Christy TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne Team Totals

25

40 13 35 29 31 11 13 28

21 04 12 03 10 22 24 31 32

Deadball Rebounds 2

* * * * *

TP

A TO Blk Stl

11 0 17 2 16 9 0 9 1

1 0 2 3 3 2 0 2 0

2 3 3 2 4 0 1 1 0

65 13 16

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

3 1 2 0 3 0 1 3 0

Min

29 16 32 26 34 25 4 25 9

2 13 200

36.9% 9.1% 80.0%

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

Clemson 78 • 9-3

Min

3 10 200

40.7% 25.0% 78.9%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

Officials: Lawson Newton, Dock Sisk, Eddie Novak Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Georgia-None. Attendance: 3361 Score by periods Clemson Georgia

7-19

TP

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Kennesaw State vs Clemson 12/29/08 7:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Georgia 67 • 9-3 ##

27-54

2nd half: 12-27 2nd half: 3-9 2nd half: 11-15

1 5 6 3 3 6 9 2 1 2 3 0 0 2 2 1 2 3 5 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 3 9 24 33 11

Kennesaw State 65 • 4-6 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

03

0-1 6-12 0-0 3-3 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

Last FG - UTC 2nd-00:37, CU 2nd-00:59. Largest lead - UTC by 13 1st-04:35, CU by 5 2nd-00:11.

Clemson 50 • 8-3

25

2-2 0-0 1-2 2-9 0-0 2-3 0-2 0-1 0-0

Officials: Lawson Newton, Dawn Marsh, Bryan Enterline Technical fouls: Chattanooga-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 534

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Georgia 

21

5-6 9-15 1-3 5-14 3-6 2-4 1-3 1-3 0-0

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

32 11 10 8 22 25 22 20 26 3 11 10

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

44.2% 27.3% 73.3%

Last FG - OHIO 2nd-00:43, CU 2nd-00:17. Largest lead - OHIO by 16 2nd-17:29, CU by 3 2nd-01:05.

12

55.6% 40.0% 40.0%

Min

Officials: Wesley Dean, Doug Cloud, David Pituck Technical fouls: Ohio-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 565

11

f f g g g

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Clemson 79 • 8-2 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

21

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

FG % 1st Half: 16-29 3FG % 1st Half: 3-6 FT % 1st Half: 8-9

f f c g g

6-10 4-9 6-6 2-6 1-6 0-0 1-2 4-6 2-5 0-1 4-6

1-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2

3-7 2-2 0-0 1-1 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 2-2

30-57

4-9

14-20

2nd half: 14-28 2nd half: 1-3 2nd half: 6-11

55.2% 50.0% 88.9%

50.0% 33.3% 54.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1 7 8 1 2 0 2 4 2 6 8 2 0 1 1 1 1 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 4 5 9 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 5 13 28 41 16

Game: 30-57 Game: 4-9 Game: 14-20

TP

A TO Blk Stl

16 10 12 5 5 0 3 8 7 0 12

3 0 2 3 6 0 0 1 0 0 3

3 1 0 1 4 1 1 3 1 0 3 1 78 18 19

1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1

2 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 1

Min

32 21 33 33 25 7 4 13 17 2 13

8 10 200

52.6% 44.4% 70.0%

Deadball Rebounds 3

Officials: Dock Sisk, Angel Stanton, Lisa Ruggs Technical fouls: Kennesaw State-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 646 Points CU GA

In Paint 28 24

Off T/O 19 16

2nd Chance 7 10

Score tied - 7 times. Lead changed - 5 times.

Fast Break 14 10

Bench 15 11

Score by periods Kennesaw State Clemson

1st

2nd

Total

35 43

30 35

65 78

Last FG - KSU 2nd-01:33, CU 2nd-00:22. Largest lead - KSU by 2 1st-18:54, CU by 18 1st-06:08.

Points KSU CU

In Paint 30 38

Off T/O 22 15

2nd Chance 12 15

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 4 times.

Fast Break 6 14

Bench 19 30


Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Charlotte vs Clemson 01/02/08 7:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Miami 01/05/09 4 p.m. at BankUnited Center, Coral Gables, Fla.

Charlotte 58 • 9-4

Clemson 74 • 10-4, 1-0 ACC Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

10

FLOYD, Erin SPRIGGS, Ashley BURGIN, Danielle RAY, Traci JONES, Aysha HUBBARD, Jabrenta CARTER, Brittany MCCALLUM, Shannon MCADOO, Kelsey COWARD, Rachelle Team Totals

20 55 11 22 01 02 05 34 44

FG % 1st Half: 11-26 3FG % 1st Half: 1-8 FT % 1st Half: 7-15

f f c g g

4-8 4-7 3-8 2-6 2-9 0-3 0-1 7-13 0-0 0-2

0-2 0-0 0-0 2-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-2

3-4 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-11 0-0 0-0

22-57

3-14

11-21

2nd half: 11-31 2nd half: 2-6 2nd half: 4-6

42.3% 12.5% 46.7%

35.5% 33.3% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

4 9 13 0 4 4 8 2 5 6 11 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 5 5 2 0 5 5 2 0 1 1 1 3 1 4 16 35 51 15

Game: 22-57 Game: 3-14 Game: 11-21

TP

A TO Blk Stl

11 8 6 8 4 0 0 21 0 0

0 1 1 4 2 1 1 0 0 1

4 2 3 2 5 1 0 1 3 1 1 58 11 23

##

Player

25 26 18 30 31 11 12 27 8 12

11

HARDY, Lele PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney BROWN, Christy TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0

1

6 200 Deadball Rebounds 4

Clemson 51 • 9-4 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

11

HARDY, Lele HOOD, Whitney PARKER, April BROWN, Christy TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

25 21 04 12 03 10 22 24 32 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-28 1-6 4-6

f f c g g

25.0% 16.7% 66.7%

2-13 3-5 2-6 3-5 3-8 1-3 0-3 4-9 0-0 0-3 1-4

0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-1 3-6 0-0 0-1 0-1

2-2 1-2 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-0

19-59

4-15

9-14

2nd half: 12-31 2nd half: 3-9 2nd half: 5-8

38.7% 33.3% 62.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 6 6 4 0 3 3 2 1 2 3 2 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 2 4 6 2 0 1 1 1 3 3 6 1 0 1 1 9 25 34 20

Game: 19-59 Game: 4-15 Game: 9-14

TP

A TO Blk Stl

6 7 5 6 8 3 0 11 3 0 2

1 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 2 1 0 0 2 3 2 2

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0

Min

51

8 16

4

8 200

34 24 22 20 27 13 7 16 15 12 10

1st

2nd

30 19

Total

28 32

Points CHA CU

58 51

32.2% 26.7% 64.3%

Deadball Rebounds 1

In Paint 20 26

Last FG - CHA 2nd-03:01, CU 2nd-01:12. Largest lead - CHA by 17 2nd-09:06, CU by 3 1st-17:42.

25 04 12 03 10 22 24 31 44

FG % 1st Half: 16-33 3FG % 1st Half: 5-12 FT % 1st Half: 1-2

Off T/O 5 17

2nd Chance 14 4

Fast Break 2 4

Bench 21 19

48.5% 41.7% 50.0%

5-17 0-1 3-5 1-2 3-7 2-3 0-3 6-11 2-5 0-2 2-4 7-9

3-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-2 0-3 2-7 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1

0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

31-69

9-25

3-6

2nd half: 15-36 2nd half: 4-13 2nd half: 2-4

41.7% 30.8% 50.0%

4 11 15 1 0 2 2 0 2 3 5 1 1 1 2 1 0 2 2 4 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 3 4 1 1 4 5 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 5 7 2 2 1 3 14 38 52 15

Game: 31-69 Game: 9-25 Game: 3-6

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

14

Charmaine Clark Shenise Johnson LaToya Drake Riquna Williams Epiphany Woodson Lamese James Briyana Blair LaToya Cunningham Vitalija Vasciunaite Diane Barnes Sylvia Bullock Team Totals

42 05 01 32 04 21 23 30 34

FG % 1st Half: 18-38 3FG % 1st Half: 4-10 FT % 1st Half: 1-1

f f c g g

4-9 7-18 3-6 7-15 1-9 1-2 0-1 1-5 0-0 3-6 0-2 27-73

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

47.4% 40.0% 100.0%

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics #2/2 North Carolina vs Clemson 01/08/09 7:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Iman McFarland Cetera DeGraffenreid Rashanda McCants Italee Lucas Jessica Breland She'la White Trinity Bursey Heather Claytor Christina Dewitt Chay Shegog Martina Wood Team Totals

22 32 50 51 01 03 14 15 20 30

FG % 1st Half: 11-39 3FG % 1st Half: 0-6 FT % 1st Half: 12-17

* * * * *

1-3 2-10 6-11 5-12 6-13 0-4 1-3 1-3 0-0 5-9 1-3

0-0 0-1 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-1

2-2 6-10 5-8 2-2 1-2 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-9 0-0

28-71

1-11

26-37

2nd half: 17-32 2nd half: 1-5 2nd half: 14-20

28.2% 0.0% 70.6%

53.1% 20.0% 70.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1 6 7 3 2 1 3 3 3 1 4 4 4 8 12 1 2 11 13 4 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 19 32 51 18

Game: 28-71 Game: 1-11 Game: 26-37

TP

A TO Blk Stl

4 10 17 12 13 4 2 2 0 16 3

0 4 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 2 0

1 3 1 3 4 1 1 2 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 3 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1

0-0 2-3 0-0 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

1-4 0-0 1-1 7-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0

5-16

9-15

9-35 1-6 8-14

25.7% 16.7% 57.1%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

11

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine HOOD, Whitney SMITH, Bryelle TAYLOR, Tasha BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn PARKER, April THOMAS, Sthefany CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

24 25 03 12 04 10 21 22 32 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-35 2-6 5-6

f f c g g

5-15 2-4 5-8 6-8 3-9 1-2 0-3 2-4 2-13 0-1 1-3

0-3 0-0 0-0 4-6 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-6 0-0 0-0

5-5 0-1 6-6 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

27-70

6-18

14-15

2nd half: 18-35 2nd half: 4-12 2nd half: 9-9

25.7% 33.3% 83.3%

##

Player

20 31 20 33 32 13 7 16 2 23 3

24

TATE, Jasmine HOOD, Whitney SMITH, Bryelle HARDY, Lele TAYLOR, Tasha BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn PARKER, April THOMAS, Sthefany MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne WELKER, Lindsay PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

51.4% 33.3% 100.0%

3 12 200

39.4% 9.1% 70.3%

Deadball Rebounds 3

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

2 5 7 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 5 1 0 4 4 0 0 4 4 2 0 0 0 3 1 2 3 0 2 3 5 5 2 2 4 5 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 4 1 4 5 12 31 43 26

Game: 27-70 Game: 6-18 Game: 14-15

1st

2nd

Total

34 25

49 49

83 74

Last FG - NC 2nd-01:08, CU 2nd-00:23. Largest lead - NC by 12 1st-07:10, CU by 5 1st-16:10.

25 03 11 12 04 10 21 22 31 32 33

83 12 16

TP

A TO Blk Stl

15 4 16 17 7 2 2 4 5 0 2

3 0 2 2 6 1 0 0 2 0 1

Min

5 2 1 2 6 1 0 0 2 0 1

0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

5 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

23 17 30 32 26 6 8 22 20 4 12

74 17 20

4

9 200

44

FG % 1st Half: 12-30 3FG % 1st Half: 4-9 FT % 1st Half: 3-6

1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

34 8 18 17 27 14 6 26 17 6 13 14

8

6 200

1 6 7 0 3 4 7 2 1 4 5 3 1 3 4 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 2 1 1 2 1 3 0 3 11 27 38 11

TP

A TO Blk Stl

9 16 7 23 3 2 0 2 0 6 0

1 4 0 2 5 0 0 3 0 1 0

0 3 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 68 16 12

1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 4 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 3

Min

30 34 26 27 24 3 4 19 3 20 10

5 14 200

37.0% 31.3% 60.0%

Deadball Rebounds 3

1st

2nd

Total

38 41

36 27

74 68

Points CU UM

In Paint 36 30

Off T/O 18 17

2nd Chance 7 4

Fast Break 11 20

Bench 45 10

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 10 times.

38.6% 33.3% 93.3%

Deadball Rebounds 0,1

f f g g g

0-2 2-7 2-5 4-13 1-4 1-2 0-1 5-9 3-6 2-4 1-5 0-0 0-1 21-59

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

40.0% 44.4% 50.0%

0-0 0-0 1-3 3-8 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

1-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

6-16

6-10

9-29 2-7 3-4

31.0% 28.6% 75.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

2 2 4 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 8 8 2 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 4 5 5 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 3 8 23 31 20

Game: 21-59 Game: 6-16 Game: 6-10

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 4 5 12 2 6 0 10 7 4 3 0 0

0 1 2 2 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1

Min

1 0 4 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

54 13 16

1

7 200

35.6% 37.5% 60.0%

13 21 25 36 17 19 11 17 15 7 12 2 5

Deadball Rebounds 4

#11/12 Florida State 80 • 14-4, 2-0 ACC ##

Player

50

Monroe, Jacinta Harvin, Alysha Freshour, Mara Ward, Courtney Davis-Cain, Tanae Gray, Angel Moore, Cayla Hunnicutt, Christian Keough, Kayli Bravard, Cierra Team Totals

02 10 12 20 01 04 05 22 54

Officials: Bryan Brunette, Jennifer Rezac, Dan Outlaw Technical fouls: #2/2 North Carolina-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 1169 Score by periods #2/2 North Carolina Clemson

Min

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3

Deadball Rebounds 0

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Game: 27-73 Game: 5-16 Game: 9-15

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

Clemson 74 • 10-5, 1-1 ##

3 3 0 1 3 0 2 2 2 0 3 0 1 74 21 20

Clemson 54 • 10-6, 1-2 ACC Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

21

6 2 0 2 5 3 0 3 0 0 0 0

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs #11/12 Florida State 01/11/09 3:00 PM at the Tucker Center - Tallahassee, Florida

#2/2 North Carolina 83 • 15-0, 1-0

Player

A TO Blk Stl

13 0 7 2 7 7 0 14 4 0 5 15

44.9% 36.0% 50.0%

Last FG - CU 2nd-01:00, UM 2nd-00:47. Largest lead - CU by 7 1st-07:56, UM by 13 2nd-09:38.

##

TP

Officials: Dee Kantner, David Kramer, Rachelle Jones Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Miami-None. Attendance: ACC Opener for both teams. Score by periods Clemson Miami

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

f f c g g

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Miami 68 • 10-5, 0-1 ACC

33

Officials: Carla Fountain, Maj Forsberg, Diana DePaul Technical fouls: Charlotte-None. Clemson-Team. Attendance: 734 Score by periods Charlotte Clemson

21

32

38.6% 21.4% 52.4%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

FG % 1st Half: 17-33 3FG % 1st Half: 5-11 FT % 1st Half: 6-7

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

c g g g g

5-10 1-7 6-8 1-7 7-17 1-2 0-1 0-3 0-1 6-9

0-0 0-2 2-4 1-2 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-3 5-6 3-5 0-0 3-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-7

27-65

7-14

19-26

2nd half: 10-32 2nd half: 2-3 2nd half: 13-19

51.5% 45.5% 85.7%

31.3% 66.7% 68.4%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

4 6 10 1 3 2 5 2 3 6 9 0 0 3 3 3 1 7 8 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 4 8 3 2 2 4 17 30 47 12

Game: 27-65 Game: 7-14 Game: 19-26

TP

A TO Blk Stl

13 7 17 3 21 2 0 0 0 17

2 1 4 5 2 1 0 0 0 0

Min

1 2 2 5 0 2 0 0 1 1

3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 1

80 15 14

5

7 200

41.5% 50.0% 73.1%

30 30 31 28 32 18 1 11 2 17

Deadball Rebounds 5

Officials: Bonita Spence, Angela Lewis, Luis Gonzalez Technical fouls: Clemson-None. #11/12 Florida State-None. Attendance: 2611 Points NC CU

In Paint 38 24

Off T/O 19 8

2nd Chance 18 10

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 3 times.

Fast Break 8 12

Bench 27 15

Score by periods Clemson #11/12 Florida State

1st

2nd

Total

31 45

23 35

54 80

Last FG - CU 2nd-06:15, FSU 2nd-02:25. Largest lead - CU by 3 1st-17:58, FSU by 26 2nd-01:31.

Points CU FSU

In Paint 26 26

Off T/O 14 16

2nd Chance 7 26

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 4 times.

Fast Break 2 0

Bench 30 19

99


100

Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics #12/16 Maryland vs Clemson 01/15/09 7:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Wake Forest 01/18/09 3:00 p.m. at Winston-Salem, N.C. - Joel Coliseum

#12/16 Maryland 65 • 14-3, 2-1

Player

13

LILES, Demauria COLEMAN, Marissa KIZER, Lynetta WILEY-GATEWOOD, Sa' TOLLIVER, Kristi BARRETT, Anjale OYEFUWA, Yemi MINGO, Drey Team Totals

25 12 02 20 10 14 24

Clemson 64 • 11-7, 2-3 ACC Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

FG % 1st Half: 14-35 3FG % 1st Half: 1-6 FT % 1st Half: 6-8

f f c g g

3-6 6-16 5-12 3-7 3-10 1-3 0-0 0-2

0-0 2-7 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2

2-2 5-6 5-5 2-2 5-6 1-4 0-0 0-0

21-56

3-13

20-25

2nd half: 7-21 2nd half: 2-7 2nd half: 14-17

40.0% 16.7% 75.0%

33.3% 28.6% 82.4%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

4 7 11 2 2 4 6 2 3 5 8 1 1 9 10 1 0 5 5 4 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 3 6 15 35 50 13

Game: 21-56 Game: 3-13 Game: 20-25

TP

A TO Blk Stl

8 19 15 9 11 3 0 0

2 0 1 2 5 0 0 1

##

Player

35 38 31 30 30 19 2 15

21

PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney HARDY, Lele TAYLOR, Tasha CAMPBELL, Morganne SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

3 4 4 3 5 1 0 2

1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

1 1 0 3 0 2 0 1

65 11 22

3

8 200 Deadball Rebounds 2

##

Player

11

HARDY, Lele PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney SMITH, Bryelle TAYLOR, Tasha BROWN, Christy THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

21 25 03 12 04 22 24 31 32 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-27 3-12 5-7

f f c g g

33.3% 25.0% 71.4%

6-19 2-4 0-7 0-1 2-8 1-2 5-14 0-2 2-3 1-3 1-2

3-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 1-1 2-10 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

7-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

20-65

6-25

10-13

2nd half: 11-38 2nd half: 3-13 2nd half: 5-6

28.9% 23.1% 83.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

3 4 7 4 2 8 10 2 2 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 5 2 1 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 3 12 23 35 20

Game: 20-65 Game: 6-25 Game: 10-13

TP

A TO Blk Stl

22 4 0 0 4 3 15 0 4 2 2

3 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0

12 32 03 04 22 31 44

2 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0

5 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0

56 10 13

7

9 200

30.8% 24.0% 76.9%

9-30 2-7 1-4

33 24 21 7 30 16 17 11 15 18 8

Deadball Rebounds 1

1st

2nd

Total

35 26

30 30

65 56

Points MD CU

In Paint 24 20

Off T/O 11 13

2nd Chance 13 9

Fast Break 4 10

Bench 3 26

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 1 time.

30 03 22 32 14 33 42 45

FG % 1st Half: 6-26 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 FT % 1st Half: 15-19

f c g g g

23.1% 33.3% 78.9%

3-12 2-7 0-7 4-7 8-21 1-2 0-4 0-1 0-3

0-1 0-0 0-0 4-7 3-9 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2

4-4 5-9 2-2 0-0 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

18-64

7-22

17-22

2nd half: 12-38 2nd half: 5-16 2nd half: 2-3

31.6% 31.3% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1 3 4 5 9 3 12 1 2 1 3 2 1 2 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 2 2 3 0 2 2 0 3 0 3 17 15 32 16

Game: 18-64 Game: 7-22 Game: 17-22

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

11

HARDY, Lele PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney TAYLOR, Tasha CAMPBELL, Morganne PINKSTAFF, Chelsey SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey WELKER, Lindsay McMINN, Morgan PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

21 25 12 32 00 03 04 22 24 31 33 34 44

FG % 1st Half: 16-32 3FG % 1st Half: 0-2 FT % 1st Half: 13-18

TP

A TO Blk Stl

15-23

42.4% 14.3% 73.7%

Game: 23-63 Game: 3-14 Game: 15-23

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

33

Corinne Groves Brooke Thomas Alex Tchangoue Camille Collier Brittany Waters Courteney Morris Secily Ray Sarah Riddle Team Totals

01 02 03 20 05 23 31

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-29 1-7 8-9

f g g g g

27.6% 14.3% 88.9%

Score by periods Clemson Wake Forest

10 9 2 12 25 2 0 0 0

2 0 4 1 3 0 0 0 0

4 4 4 0 4 0 1 3 1

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 1 4 0 2 0 0

5-14 0-5 8-12 2-7 3-10 0-3 2-4 0-1

0-0 0-0 1-2 1-5 1-5 0-3 0-0 0-0

2-6 6-8 7-7 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

20-56

3-15

17-25

2nd half: 12-27 2nd half: 2-8 2nd half: 9-16

44.4% 25.0% 56.3%

A TO Blk Stl

12 4 19 13 0 4 5 5 0 0 2

0 2 5 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

Min

3 1 2 4 0 2 0 2 2 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1

64 12 16

2

8 200

36.5% 21.4% 65.2%

30 16 35 33 23 12 20 18 3 2 8

Deadball Rebounds 2

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1 8 9 2 0 2 2 4 3 9 12 4 0 4 4 0 1 4 5 0 1 3 4 5 3 1 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 9 32 41 20

Game: 20-56 Game: 3-15 Game: 17-25

1st

2nd

Total

21 25

43 35

64 60

Points CU WF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

Min

12 6 24 5 9 0 4 0

0 8 1 2 1 0 0 0

38 32 4033 22 16 17 2

2 6 3 0 3 1 1 0 2 60 12 18

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

0 3 3 0 0 1 0 0

2

7 200

35.7% 20.0% 68.0%

Deadball Rebounds 4

In Paint 32 20

Off T/O 12 7

2nd Chance 8 12

Fast Break 5 4

Bench 16 4

Score tied - 10 times. Lead changed - 4 times.

##

Player

28 35 31 31 40 4 10 8 13

11

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April TAYLOR, Tasha CAMPBELL, Morganne SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

f f c g g

5-10 2-3 5-5 2-4 2-4 0-0 2-5 0-2 3-7 8-10 2-6 0-2 0-0 2-5

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

4-6 0-0 1-2 0-0 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-1 3-4 0-0 0-0 2-2

33-63

1-8

18-23

2nd half: 17-31 2nd half: 1-6 2nd half: 5-5

50.0% 0.0% 72.2%

54.8% 16.7% 100.0%

1 11 200

28.1% 31.8% 77.3%

Deadball Rebounds 1

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

8 7 15 0 0 3 3 1 0 4 4 2 0 2 2 3 1 5 6 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 3 7 10 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 15 32 47 21

Game: 33-63 Game: 1-8 Game: 18-23

1st

2nd

Total

29 45

31 40

60 85

Last FG - CSU1 2nd-00:17, CU 2nd-03:17. Largest lead - CSU1 by 2 1st-19:06, CU by 27 2nd-00:59.

Points CSU1 CU

24 21 12 32 03 04 10 22 31

60 10 21

TP

A TO Blk Stl

14 4 11 4 9 0 4 0 9 17 7 0 0 6

8 0 1 3 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0

Min

4 0 1 4 3 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 1

0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0

3 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

85 19 18

8

9 200

52.4% 12.5% 78.3%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

26 15 21 22 20 1 12 20 18 16 11 9 1 8

Deadball Rebounds 5,1

44

FG % 1st Half: 13-26 3FG % 1st Half: 3-4 FT % 1st Half: 7-7

f f c g g

4-16 2-4 1-5 2-5 0-4 0-0 2-4 0-1 1-6 3-6 1-5 16-56

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

50.0% 75.0% 100.0%

2-7 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 2-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0

9-9 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0

5-15

14-17

3-30 2-11 7-10

10.0% 18.2% 70.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

2 9 11 3 2 5 7 0 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 2 2 1 3 2 2 2 4 10 22 32 19

Game: 16-56 Game: 5-15 Game: 14-17

TP

A TO Blk Stl

19 7 2 5 0 0 6 0 4 6 2

1 1 0 3 1 1 0 2 1 0 0

Min

5 1 2 6 0 1 0 3 2 2 1

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3

51 10 23

3

7 200

28.6% 33.3% 82.4%

36 26 19 24 13 7 27 8 13 16 11

Deadball Rebounds 1

Boston College 71 • 16-4; 4-1 ACC ##

Player

01

Ayla Brown Stefanie Murphy Carolyn Swords Jaclyn Thoman Mickel Picco Victoria Jones Corey Rusin Brittanny Johnson Jasmine Gill Mia Nickson Lauren Whitehurst Team Totals

32 30 11 33 05 21 22 23 24 25

FG % 1st Half: 9-20 3FG % 1st Half: 2-4 FT % 1st Half: 13-17

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

f f c g g

0-1 3-7 11-13 0-4 6-11 0-0 0-3 3-4 1-3 0-0 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0

2-2 1-1 7-12 0-0 4-5 2-2 3-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1

24-47

3-6

20-29

2nd half: 15-27 2nd half: 1-2 2nd half: 7-12

45.0% 50.0% 76.5%

55.6% 50.0% 58.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 3 3 3 0 5 5 2 2 4 6 3 1 5 6 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 1 3 4 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 2 1 1 4 5 0 1 1 2 7 32 39 15

Game: 24-47 Game: 3-6 Game: 20-29

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 7 29 0 17 2 3 8 3 0 0

0 0 1 5 2 0 2 3 0 0 0

Min

3 2 4 2 3 2 0 3 0 1 2

0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0

71 13 22

3

7 200

51.1% 50.0% 69.0%

20 31 34 21 37 5 17 14 6 9 6

Deadball Rebounds 3

Officials: Dennis DeMayo, Lawson Newton, Joseph Vaszily Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Boston College-Jaclyn Thoman. Attendance: 1924

Officials: Douglas Cloud, Dock Sisk, Dawn Marsh Technical fouls: Charleston Southern-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 570 Score by periods Charleston Southern Clemson

3-14

TP

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Boston College 1-23-09 7:00 p.m. at Silvio O. Conte Forum Chestnut Hill, MA

Clemson 85 • 12-7 ##

23-63

2nd half: 14-33 2nd half: 1-7 2nd half: 14-19

30.0% 28.6% 25.0%

1 5 6 2 2 2 4 1 3 9 12 2 1 3 4 2 0 3 3 2 1 2 3 2 3 1 4 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 3 1 1 3 4 14 31 45 19

Clemson 51 • 12-8; 2-4 ACC Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

RUSH, Lechell JOHNSON, Lydia RUTLEDGE, Kiki WASMER, Kelsey TOLBERT, Pam POOLE, Abby SCHWAGMEYER, Ali GIBSON, Danielle DECARVALHO, Tina Team Totals

0-0 0-0 9-11 4-6 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

Last FG - CU 2nd-04:13, WF 2nd-00:02. Largest lead - CU by 4 1st-16:13, WF by 8 1st-01:13.

Charleston Southern 60 • 7-10

44

0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-4 0-1 1-1 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0

Wake Forest 60 • 13-4, 1-3 ACC

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Charleston Southern vs Clemson 01/20/09 7:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Player

6-16 2-3 5-14 4-6 0-4 2-3 1-4 2-8 0-0 0-2 1-3

Officials: Taiqua Stewart, Edward Novak, Mark Hardcastle Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Wake Forest-None. Attendance: 1330

Last FG - MD 2nd-01:04, CU 2nd-00:21. Largest lead - MD by 13 1st-09:35, CU by 5 1st-17:56.

##

f f g g g

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Min

2 1 2 1 1 3 1 0 0 2 0

Officials: Denise Brooks, Tony Libba, Bruce Morris Technical fouls: #12/16 Maryland-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 874 Score by periods #12/16 Maryland Clemson

11

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Clemson 56 • 10-7, 1-3 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

25

24

37.5% 23.1% 80.0%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

In Paint 22 56

Off T/O 9 19

2nd Chance 12 17

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

Fast Break 6 20

Bench 2 43

Score by periods Clemson Boston College

1st

2nd

Total

36 33

15 38

51 71

Last FG - CU 2nd-05:28, BC 2nd-00:04. Largest lead - CU by 4 1st-00:44, BC by 20 2nd-00:04.

Points CU BC

In Paint 16 28

Off T/O 20 5

2nd Chance 6 6

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

Fast Break 4 0

Bench 18 16


Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics #14/16 Virginia vs Clemson 01/26/09 7:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Virginia Tech vs Clemson 01/28/09 7:00 pm at Littlejohn Coliseum (Clemson, SC)

#14/16 Virginia 75 • 16-4, 3-2

Player

01

Lyndra Littles Kelly Hartig Aisha Mohammed Whitny Edwards Monica Wright Britnee Millner Ariana Moorer Kristen London Britny Edwards Chelsea Shine Team Totals

42 33 02 22 12 15 20 34 50

Virginia Tech 65 • 10-10, 1-5 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

FG % 1st Half: 13-29 3FG % 1st Half: 1-1 FT % 1st Half: 9-11

f f c g g

7-16 1-3 6-16 2-4 6-13 0-3 0-1 1-4 0-0 2-7

1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

7-7 0-1 5-5 0-0 6-6 1-2 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-0

25-67

3-8

22-27

2nd half: 12-38 2nd half: 2-7 2nd half: 13-16

44.8% 100.0% 81.8%

31.6% 28.6% 81.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

5 2 7 2 3 4 7 1 3 8 11 0 0 2 2 1 3 3 6 3 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 4 2 6 22 27 49 10

Game: 25-67 Game: 3-8 Game: 22-27

TP

A TO Blk Stl

22 2 17 5 19 1 0 5 0 4

1 3 1 2 4 0 0 3 0 1

##

Player

36 20 32 13 39 23 4 18 0+ 15

15

DRYE, Utahya GORDON, Brittany DAVIS, Nikki BIGGS, Lindsay HASKINS, Laura LEWIS, Brittany GREY, Shani HARRISON, Shanel BASHAM, Elizabeth Team Totals

4 0 4 0 4 2 0 0 0 3

1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 0

75 15 17

3

8 200

37.3% 37.5% 81.5%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

Deadball Rebounds 1

23 12 20 22 03 30 33 42

FG % 1st Half: 13-30 3FG % 1st Half: 1-7 FT % 1st Half: 5-9

f c g g g

43.3% 14.3% 55.6%

##

Player

11

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April TAYLOR, Tasha CAMPBELL, Morganne SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey Team Totals

24 21 12 32 03 04 10 22 25 31

FG % 1st Half: 12-35 3FG % 1st Half: 0-6 FT % 1st Half: 2-4

f f c g g

34.3% 0.0% 50.0%

8-18 1-3 4-10 1-5 1-4 1-5 3-3 5-8 0-1 2-5 2-2

1-5 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-0 3-5 0-1 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0

28-64

5-17

6-10

2nd half: 16-29 2nd half: 5-11 2nd half: 4-6

55.2% 45.5% 66.7%

2 6 8 4 2 4 6 1 2 2 4 2 0 1 1 1 2 2 4 3 0 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 3 11 24 35 21

TP

A TO Blk Stl

17 2 9 2 2 4 8 13 0 6 4

1 0 1 1 2 2 1 3 0 1 0

2 1 3 1 1 3 0 3 1 1 1 1 67 12 18

1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 3 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Player

11

25 28 31 18 21 19 17 18 2 12 9

24

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April TAYLOR, Tasha CAMPBELL, Morganne SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

21 12 32 03 04 10 22 25 31 44

5 13 200

43.8% 29.4% 60.0%

Deadball Rebounds 2

FG % 1st Half: 15-33 3FG % 1st Half: 3-8 FT % 1st Half: 6-6

1st

2nd

Total

36 26

39 41

75 67

Points VA CU

In Paint 36 28

Off T/O 16 19

2nd Chance 18 8

Fast Break 8 12

Bench 10 35

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

24 21 12 32 03 04 10 22 25 31 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

6-26 1-6 3-5

34 35

f f c g g

23.1% 16.7% 60.0%

6-9 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-5 0-1 1-3 1-4 0-2 0-6 1-1 3-7

2-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

1-3 1-2 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-2

16-50

3-13

6-12

2nd half: 10-24 2nd half: 2-7 2nd half: 3-7

41.7% 28.6% 42.9%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1 4 5 4 2 4 6 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 5 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 2 3 5 0 4 4 8 16 20 36 20

Game: 16-50 Game: 3-13 Game: 6-12

45 01 22 02 10 14 23 32

Player

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-20 0-3 6-9

TP

A TO Blk Stl

15 3 3 3 2 0 2 3 0 0 2 8

4 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

3 3 4 5 1 2 1 4 2 2 0 1 1 41 10 29

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

4 1 0 1 3 0 1 2 1 0 0 1

Min

##

Player

26 23 16 28 20 7 13 16 10 20 5 16

03

SMITH, Bryelle HARDY, Lele TAYLOR, Tasha PARKER, April TATE, Jasmine BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne WELKER, Lindsay PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

f f c g g

1-3 4-9 5-7 4-6 2-10 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 2-2 1-2 4-9 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-8 0-0

16-40

1-8

16-26

2nd half: 9-20 2nd half: 1-5 2nd half: 10-17

35.0% 0.0% 66.7%

11 12 21 24 04 10 22 25 31 32 33 44

1 14 200

32.0% 23.1% 50.0%

Deadball Rebounds 3

45.0% 20.0% 58.8%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

TP

0 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 3 2 5 1 1 1 2 2 0 4 4 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 5 6 3 1 0 1 0 1 4 5 10 21 31 11

Game: 16-40 Game: 1-8 Game: 16-26

2 10 11 12 9 0 0 0 5 0 49

A TO Blk Stl

FG % 1st Half: 14-39 3FG % 1st Half: 1-5 FT % 1st Half: 2-4

6-14 2-5 2-5 1-6 1-3 1-4 1-3 1-5 0-7 5-10 1-2 2-3 23-67

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

1-3 0-0 0-0 0-3 1-2 1-4 0-0 0-4 0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-1 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0

3-21

12-13

8-34 0-13 6-7

1st

2nd

Total

32 39

33 22

65 61

* * * * *

Min

5 2 5 1 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 4 0 2 1 0

65 12 14

1

9 200

46.0% 11.1% 60.0%

36 33 28 33 34 2 11 17 6

Deadball Rebounds 6,1

23.5% 0.0% 85.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

3 2 5 2 2 2 4 2 2 1 3 1 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 3 0 3 3 1 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 3 3 6 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 17 20 37 18

Game: 23-67 Game: 3-21 Game: 12-13

Points VT CU

TP

A TO Blk Stl

13 4 4 6 3 3 4 4 0 12 4 4

2 0 1 2 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 0

Min

3 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0

0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

3 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0

61 13 12

4

8 200

34.3% 14.3% 92.3%

29 13 23 22 8 16 20 19 13 21 10 6

Deadball Rebounds 0,1

In Paint 38 32

Off T/O 14 12

2nd Chance 16 18

Fast Break 4 0

Bench 10 31

Score tied - 13 times. Lead changed - 9 times.

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 0-3 0-1 0-0 6-18 1-2 6-8 4-11 2-4 5-6 6-9 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-2 3-6 1-1 3-4 0-5 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 27-69

4-11

2nd half: 13-30 2nd half: 3-6 2nd half: 13-18

35.9% 20.0% 50.0%

1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0

6 5 3 4 0 0 1 0 4 1 2 7 26

0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

2 3 2 4 4 2 0 1 2 0

Min

##

Player

21 25 33 27 36 9 5 5 33 6

10

JACKSON, Jessica CLARKE, Emily POWELL, Lauren JOHNSON, Brooke EATON, Kendra SWAYNE, Heather HUNNICUTT, Diamond FERGUSON, Brittany MENENDEZ, Kaila'Shea FEEMSTER, Kristen CARROLL, Kendra BELCHER, TT Team Totals

1st

2nd

Total

16 20

25 29

41 49

Last FG - CU 2nd-00:14, GT 2nd-03:34. Largest lead - CU by 5 1st-16:35, GT by 10 2nd-01:17.

13 23 32 44 03 11 21 22 33 35 42

6 20 200

40.0% 12.5% 61.5%

Deadball Rebounds 4

Officials: Angela Lewis, Ron Ledington, Terri Maddock Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Georgia Tech-None. Attendance: 861 Score by periods Clemson Georgia Tech

0 1 3 2 6 0 0 0 0

15-22

43.3% 50.0% 72.2%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF 1 1 2 2 3 9 12 1 2 3 5 3 3 1 4 3 3 5 8 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 1 0 2 2 1 0 3 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 18 29 47 17

Game: 27-69 Game: 4-11 Game: 15-22

TP 0 19 15 13 0 10 0 0 4 6 0 0 6

A TO Blk Stl 0 1 0 0 4 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 3 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

Min 16 32 22 20 17 23 13 14 15 8 6 6 8

73

7

200

14

6

39.1% 36.4% 68.2%

9

Deadball Rebounds 4

Western Carolina 64 • 11-11 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Hemingway, Iasia Ardossi, Brigitte Goodlett, Sasha Williams, Jacqua Montgomery, Alex Bennett, Mo Woolcock, Shaday Adams, LaQuananisha Foster, Deja Regins, Chelsea Team Totals

A TO Blk Stl

17 8 14 6 10 0 0 10 0

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Western Carolina 02/04/09 7 PM at Cullowhee, N.C. (Ramsey Center)

Georgia Tech 49 • 16-5, 4-3 ACC ##

Game: 23-50 Game: 1-9 Game: 18-30

TP

Clemson 73 • 13-11 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April TAYLOR, Tasha CAMPBELL, Morganne SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

18-30

50.0% 0.0% 61.9%

Last FG - VT 2nd-01:54, CU 2nd-03:06. Largest lead - VT by 5 1st-11:17, CU by 7 1st-00:06.

Clemson 41 • 12-11, 2-7 ACC

11

f f c g g

45.5% 37.5% 100.0%

Score by periods Virginia Tech Clemson

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Georgia Tech 

Player

1-9

4 7 11 1 0 7 7 3 2 3 5 3 1 3 4 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 5 4 1 0 1 0 2 1 3 12 27 39 15

Officials: Wesley Dean, Kathleen Lynch, Alica Walker Technical fouls: Virginia Tech-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 649

Last FG - VA 2nd-02:52, CU 2nd-00:08. Largest lead - VA by 16 2nd-13:06, CU by 4 1st-14:54.

##

23-50

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Min

Officials: Bryan Brunette, Edward Novak, Billy Smith Technical fouls: #14/16 Virginia-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 506 Score by periods #14/16 Virginia Clemson

3-4 2-2 4-7 3-4 4-4 0-0 0-0 2-9 0-0

Clemson 61 • 12-10, 2-6

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Game: 28-64 Game: 5-17 Game: 6-10

0-0 0-0 0-2 1-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

2nd half: 10-20 2nd half: 0-2 2nd half: 13-21

Clemson 67 • 12-9, 2-5 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

7-11 3-7 5-9 1-9 3-6 0-0 0-0 4-7 0-1

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

FG % 1st Half: 11-30 3FG % 1st Half: 1-3 FT % 1st Half: 3-4

* * * * *

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 0-3 0-1 0-0 5-13 1-3 1-2 7-17 2-5 4-7 0-3 0-1 0-0 6-9 0-1 3-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-4 5-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 25-68

36.7% 33.3% 75.0%

3-12

2nd half: 14-38 2nd half: 2-9 2nd half: 8-15

11-19

36.8% 22.2% 53.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF 0 2 2 3 2 2 4 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 2 5 6 11 3 1 3 4 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 2 5 7 1 1 2 3 3 1 1 2 0 4 1 5 20 26 46 17

Game: 25-68 Game: 3-12 Game: 11-19

TP 0 12 20 0 15 0 2 0 2 3 10 0 64

A TO Blk Stl 2 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 18 3 6

36.8% 25.0% 57.9%

Min 21 30 32 8 27 15 12 1 11 22 19 2 200

Deadball Rebounds 3

Officials: Billy Smith, Bonnie Pettus, Melissa Lewis Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Western Carolina-None. Attendance: 578 Points CU GT

In Paint 20 26

Off T/O 15 26

2nd Chance 10 10

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

Fast Break 10 4

Bench 15 5

Score by periods Clemson Western Carolina

1st

2nd

Total

31 26

42 38

73 64

Last FG - CU 2nd-00:02, WCU 2nd-00:03. Largest lead - CU by 13 2nd-12:46, WCU by 2 1st-19:44.

Points CU WCU

In Paint 38 30

Off T/O 20 12

2nd Chance 14 15

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

Fast Break 4 0

Bench 26 17

101


102

Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Wake Forest vs Clemson 02/08/09 1:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs #4/10 Duke 2-13-09 8:35 PM at Durham, N.C. (Cameron Indoor Stadium)

Wake Forest 71 • 17-5, 4-4

Player

02

Alex Tchangoue Corinne Groves Brooke Thomas Courteney Morris Secily Ray Camille Collier Tiffany Roulhac Brittany Waters Team Totals

33 01 05 23 03 10 20

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Clemson 53 • 13-13 (2-9 ACC) Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

f f g g g

9-29 1-6 9-12

2-9 13-20 2-6 4-7 3-9 1-1 0-2 0-2

0-3 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1

2-2 6-6 3-6 2-2 3-8 0-0 0-0 2-4

25-56

3-11

18-28

2nd half: 16-27 2nd half: 2-5 2nd half: 9-16

31.0% 16.7% 75.0%

59.3% 40.0% 56.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

4 4 8 2 1 4 5 1 0 2 2 3 0 4 4 3 3 5 8 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 3 10 23 33 13

Game: 25-56 Game: 3-11 Game: 18-28

TP

A TO Blk Stl

6 32 7 13 9 2 0 2

3 0 6 3 0 4 1 0

3 3 3 0 2 1 0 2

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

7 1 3 2 3 0 0 0

##

Player

33 40 28 32 30 21 6 10

21

PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney BROWN, Christy HARDY, Lele TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

1 16 200

44.6% 27.3% 64.3%

Deadball Rebounds 5

Clemson 66 • 13-12, 2-8 Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

11

HARDY, Lele TATE, Jasmine PARKER, April BROWN, Christy TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

24 21 04 12 03 10 22 25 31 32 44

FG % 1st Half: 14-33 3FG % 1st Half: 4-7 FT % 1st Half: 5-5

f f c g g

8-19 1-2 2-9 1-4 1-4 1-2 0-2 3-6 6-10 1-1 0-1 1-3

2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

2-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 4-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

25-63

5-14

11-13

2nd half: 11-30 2nd half: 1-7 2nd half: 6-8

42.4% 57.1% 100.0%

36.7% 14.3% 75.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

3 5 8 4 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 1 2 2 4 3 1 3 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 2 0 2 2 3 4 7 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 1 2 2 4 16 25 41 19

Game: 25-63 Game: 5-14 Game: 11-13

TP

A TO Blk Stl

20 2 6 2 2 5 0 13 12 2 0 2

2 1 1 4 1 2 1 2 2 0 0 0

Min

7 2 2 3 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

37 9 28 19 15 15 12 16 25 3 8 13

66 16 22

1

9 200

04 11 12 03 10 22 31 32 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

9-25 1-4 0-0

1st

2nd

Total

43 29

71 66

Points WF CU

In Paint 18 28

Last FG - WF 2nd-01:02, CU 2nd-02:34. Largest lead - WF by 10 2nd-07:20, CU by 11 2nd-18:55.

Off T/O 28 11

2nd Chance 9 11

Fast Break 6 4

Bench 4 34

Score tied - 5 times. Lead changed - 15 times.

36.0% 25.0% 0.0%

1-3 2-5 1-3 1-8 1-4 3-4 1-3 7-11 0-4 1-2 0-1 1-4

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-1 1-2 1-2 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

0-0 0-0 4-6 3-8 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

19-52

5-13

10-19

2nd half: 10-27 2nd half: 4-9 2nd half: 10-19

37.0% 44.4% 52.6%

0 3 3 2 1 1 2 2 0 4 4 0 1 3 4 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 5 0 4 4 1 3 2 5 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 4 1 3 4 7 24 31 21

Game: 19-52 Game: 5-13 Game: 10-19

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

15

Bridgette Mitchell Carrem Gay Chante Black Abby Waner Jasmine Thomas Chelsea Hopkins Shay Selby Joy Cheek Kathleen Scheer Keturah Jackson Krystal Thomas Team Totals

30 11 04 05 01 03 21 31 34

FG % 1st Half: 12-26 3FG % 1st Half: 2-7 FT % 1st Half: 18-23

28 37

f f g g g

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

f f c g g

4-6 3-7 5-8 2-8 3-6 1-3 0-4 1-4 1-2 0-4 4-8

0-1 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

0-0 4-4 6-7 2-2 0-0 0-0 4-6 2-4 0-0 0-2 8-11

24-60

3-11

26-36

2nd half: 12-34 2nd half: 1-4 2nd half: 8-13

46.2% 28.6% 78.3%

Score by periods Clemson #4/10 Duke

Harvin, Alysha Monroe, Jacinta Freshour, Mara Ward, Courtney Davis-Cain, Tanae Gray, Angel Moore, Cayla Hunnicutt, Christian Keough, Kayli Bravard, Cierra Team Totals

50 10 12 20 01 04 05 22 54

FG % 1st Half: 10-24 3FG % 1st Half: 0-5 FT % 1st Half: 15-17

2-7 9-12 4-7 0-3 5-12 1-3 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-2

1-3 0-0 1-3 0-1 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

5-7 6-11 2-2 3-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-6

23-50

3-12

26-34

2nd half: 13-26 2nd half: 3-7 2nd half: 11-17

41.7% 0.0% 88.2%

50.0% 42.9% 64.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

2 6 8 3 5 4 9 1 0 5 5 1 0 4 4 2 1 3 4 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 3 4 2 1 0 1 12 26 38 15

Game: 23-50 Game: 3-12 Game: 26-34

TP

A TO Blk Stl

10 24 11 3 13 4 2 0 0 8

1 1 1 8 2 1 0 1 0 0

2 5 1 3 2 1 1 2 0 2

0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

2 0 6 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

Min

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Player

27 26 29 33 31 21 8 6 2 17

22

Montgomery, Alex Hemingway, Iasia Goodlett, Sasha Walthour, Metra Foster, Deja Williams, Jacqua Bennett, Mo Woolcock, Shaday Turner, Tabitha Adams, LaQuananisha Regins, Chelsea Ardossi, Brigitte Team Totals

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

11

HARDY, Lele PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney SMITH, Bryelle THOMAS, Sthefany BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn TAYLOR, Tasha TATE, Jasmine WELKER, Lindsay PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

21 25 03 22 04 10 12 24 33 44

FG % 1st Half: 13-29 3FG % 1st Half: 1-6 FT % 1st Half: 3-6

f f c g g

44.8% 16.7% 50.0%

10-17 3-5 1-8 1-3 4-10 0-0 2-8 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-5

0-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-7 0-0 1-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-7 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

23-57

3-18

9-14

2nd half: 10-28 2nd half: 2-12 2nd half: 6-8

35.7% 16.7% 75.0%

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

1st

35 30

2nd

40 28

Last FG - FSU 2nd-02:26, CU 2nd-04:22. Largest lead - FSU by 20 2nd-07:20, CU by 3 1st-08:10.

0 0 1 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 3

Min

16 25 22 26 14 13 17 24 22 8 4 9

3 12 200 Deadball Rebounds 3

35.3% 25.0% 61.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

3 6 9 3 0 4 4 1 2 5 7 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 2 1 1 3 4 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 5 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 5 4 9 0 3 3 6 18 32 50 17

Game: 24-60 Game: 3-11 Game: 26-36

TP

A TO Blk Stl

8 10 16 8 6 2 4 4 3 0 16

1 2 0 4 6 0 0 0 0 2 0

0 0 3 1 1 5 2 1 0 1 2

77 15 16

0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

2 1 0 5 0 1 2 0 0 2 0

Min

17 19 25 28 25 11 12 17 6 21 19

6 13 200

40.0% 27.3% 72.2%

Deadball Rebounds 4

1st

2nd

Total

19 44

34 33

53 77

Points CU DUKE

In Paint 16 34

Off T/O 13 31

2nd Chance 4 17

Fast Break 8 4

Bench 34 29

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

1 7 8 3 1 1 2 4 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 4 2 6 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 5 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 1 2 3 11 19 30 24

Total

75 58

Points FSU CU

05 23 01 02 10 12 14 32

FG % 1st Half: 16-38 3FG % 1st Half: 3-6 FT % 1st Half: 8-9

f f c g g

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 9-11 4-6 2-2 4-7 0-0 7-8 1-4 0-0 2-2 1-4 0-1 0-0 10-19 0-0 4-8 1-6 0-1 4-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-7 0-0 2-2 32-65

4-8

2nd half: 16-27 2nd half: 1-2 2nd half: 13-17

42.1% 50.0% 88.9%

21-26

59.3% 50.0% 76.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF 0 4 4 2 4 6 10 0 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 6 5 11 3 1 3 4 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 6 6 0 6 3 9 20 28 48 14

Game: 32-65 Game: 4-8 Game: 21-26

TP 24 15 4 2 24 6 2 0 2 4 0 6 89

A TO Blk Stl 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 6 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 0 4 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 14 14 5 14

49.2% 50.0% 80.8%

Min 32 27 20 27 33 19 5 3 2 9 2 21 200

Deadball Rebounds 2

Clemson 54 • 13-15, 2-11 ACC TP

A TO Blk Stl

21 8 2 3 12 2 5 0 2 0 3

1 0 2 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 2

6 1 3 1 6 0 0 3 2 0 1 1 58 14 24

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

6 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min

34 26 26 24 23 14 27 2 9 2 13

40.4% 16.7% 64.3%

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

In Paint 34 30

Off T/O 33 21

2nd Chance 15 6

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 6 times.

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Player

11

HARDY, Lele PARKER, April HOOD, Whitney TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany SMITH, Bryelle BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn TATE, Jasmine MASON, Lindsey CAMPBELL, Morganne WELKER, Lindsay PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

21 25 12 22 03 04 10 24 31 32 33

3 11 200

Officials: Joe Cunningham, Douglas Cloud, Dawn Marsh Technical fouls: #11/12 Florida State-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 1157 Score by periods #11/12 Florida State Clemson

45

4 11 200

46.0% 25.0% 76.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Game: 23-57 Game: 3-18 Game: 9-14

34

35

75 15 19

Clemson 58 • 13-14, 2-10 ACC ##

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1

Georgia Tech 89 • 19-8, 6-6 ACC

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

f f g g g

1 1 1 5 6 1 4 1 1 0 1 0 1 53 10 23

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Georgia Tech vs Clemson 02/22/09 1:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

#11/12 Florida State 75 • 22-5, 10-1 ACC

02

1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

Officials: Eric Brewton, June Courteau, Tommy Salerno Technical fouls: Clemson-None. #4/10 Duke-None. Attendance: 7503 CLEMSON: Kirstyn Wright fouled out with 3:30 left in the 2nd half

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics #11/12 Florida State vs Clemson 02/19/09 7:00 pm at Clemson, SC (Littlejohn Coliseum)

Player

A TO Blk Stl

2 4 6 5 2 8 3 18 0 2 0 3

36.5% 38.5% 52.6%

Last FG - CU 2nd-01:22, DUKE 2nd-02:43. Largest lead - CU None, DUKE by 31 2nd-18:11.

##

TP

#4/10 Duke 77 • 20-3 (8-2 ACC)

24

39.7% 35.7% 84.6%

Officials: Doug Cloud, Angelica Suffrin, Tony Gonzalez Technical fouls: Wake Forest-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 1648 Score by periods Wake Forest Clemson

25

24

71 17 14

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

Fast Break 8 10

44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

6-34 2-11 1-1

f f c g g

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 5-14 2-4 5-9 1-3 0-0 1-2 3-5 0-0 2-2 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-9 0-4 3-3 1-2 1-2 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-5 1-4 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-9 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 19-59

17.6% 18.2% 100.0%

5-16

2nd half: 13-25 2nd half: 3-5 2nd half: 10-15

11-16

52.0% 60.0% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF 4 2 6 4 1 0 1 5 2 2 4 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 3 3 2 5 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 17 16 33 21

Game: 19-59 Game: 5-16 Game: 11-16

TP 17 3 8 0 5 3 4 3 0 0 11 0 0 54

A TO Blk Stl 3 3 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 4 1 2 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 12

21

9

32.2% 31.3% 68.8%

7

Min 26 16 27 10 21 17 18 15 7 5 24 4 10 200

Deadball Rebounds 0

Officials: Eric Brewton, Dan Outlaw, Angelica Suffren Technical fouls: Georgia Tech-None. Clemson-None. Attendance: 1015 Bench 14 12

Score by periods Georgia Tech Clemson

1st

2nd

Total

43 15

46 39

89 54

Last FG - GT 2nd-00:28, CU 2nd-00:33. Largest lead - GT by 43 2nd-04:49, CU None.

Points GT CU

In Paint 50 20

Off T/O 28 16

2nd Chance 20 6

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 0 times.

Fast Break 10 8

Bench 20 21


Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs NC State 02/26/09 7 p.m. at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs Georgia Tech 03/05/09 11:00 am at the Greensboro Coliseum

Clemson 43 • 13-16, 2-12 ACC

Player

03

SMITH, Bryelle HARDY, Lele PARKER, April TATE, Jasmine CAMPBELL, Morganne BROWN, Christy WRIGHT, Kirstyn TAYLOR, Tasha THOMAS, Sthefany HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey PAULDO, Shaniqua Team Totals

11 21 24 32 04 10 12 22 25 31 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Clemson 81 • 14-16 (2-12 ACC) Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

6-32 0-6 2-3

* * * * *

18.8% 0.0% 66.7%

2-2 3-10 3-7 0-3 0-4 1-6 0-1 1-4 2-10 2-8 1-3 2-5

2-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0

17-63

3-14

6-11

2nd half: 11-31 2nd half: 3-8 2nd half: 4-8

35.5% 37.5% 50.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

TP

0 0 0 3 1 7 8 2 3 2 5 1 1 6 7 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 2 3 0 3 3 6 12 24 36 15

Game: 17-63 Game: 3-14 Game: 6-11

6 8 6 0 0 2 0 3 7 5 2 4 43

A TO Blk Stl

1 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

##

Player

19 31 22 15 10 13 4 20 22 24 8 12

11

HARDY, Lele PARKER, April PAULDO, Shaniqua BROWN, Christy TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey WELKER, Lindsay Team Totals

2 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

8 11

0

7 200

27.0% 21.4% 54.5%

Deadball Rebounds 2

NC State 69 • 13-15, 5-8 ACC

Player

02

Nikitta Gartrell Tia Bell Shayla Fields Lucy Ellison Kristy Kenney Inga Muciniece Brittany Strachan Bonae Holston Hanna Halteman Team Totals

04 23 24 44 15 21 22 52

FG % 1st Half: 11-31 3FG % 1st Half: 1-4 FT % 1st Half: 7-8

* * * * *

35.5% 25.0% 87.5%

1-8 3-11 6-12 1-1 2-5 0-0 1-5 10-14 1-2

0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0

2-2 3-3 3-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 4-7 1-2

25-58

2-7

17-22

2nd half: 14-27 2nd half: 1-3 2nd half: 10-14

51.9% 33.3% 71.4%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1 5 6 4 1 4 5 1 0 3 3 1 1 6 7 3 2 1 3 2 0 3 3 1 2 3 5 1 1 9 10 1 1 1 2 0 2 2 4 11 37 48 14

Game: 25-58 Game: 2-7 Game: 17-22

TP

A TO Blk Stl

44 04 12 03 10 22 24 25 31 33

FG % 1st Half: 15-33 3FG % 1st Half: 1-4 FT % 1st Half: 6-6

f f c g g

45.5% 25.0% 100.0%

4 9 16 4 6 0 3 24 3

2 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 0

4-15 5-10 11-17 1-1 3-7 1-2 2-6 2-7 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-0

0-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 5-6 0-0 1-1 6-6 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

31-70

1-11

18-19

2nd half: 16-37 2nd half: 0-7 2nd half: 12-13

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Player

34 30 38 26 15 5 24 25 3

34

Hemingway, Iasia Goodlett, Sasha Walthour, Metra Montgomery, Alex Foster, Deja Williams, Jacqua Bennett, Mo Adams, LaQuananisha Ardossi, Brigitte Team Totals

2 1 4 2 1 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0

2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

69 11 11

4

5 200

43.1% 28.6% 77.3%

1st

2nd

Total

14 30

29 39

43 69

Points CU ST

Deadball Rebounds 3

In Paint 20 28

Last FG - CU 2nd-00:38, ST 2nd-01:28. Largest lead - CU None, ST by 28 2nd-01:28.

Off T/O 10 13

2nd Chance 5 17

45 05 22 23 01 02 14 35

FG % 1st Half: 11-31 3FG % 1st Half: 2-5 FT % 1st Half: 13-13

f c g g g

Fast Break 6 4

Bench 23 30

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

Clemson 55 • 14-17 (2-12 ACC) Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player HARDY, Lele PARKER, April PAULDO, Shaniqua BROWN, Christy TAYLOR, Tasha SMITH, Bryelle WRIGHT, Kirstyn THOMAS, Sthefany TATE, Jasmine HOOD, Whitney MASON, Lindsey Team Totals

21 44 04 12 03 10 22 24 25 31

FG % 1st Half: 13-35 3FG % 1st Half: 3-11 FT % 1st Half: 0-0

f f c g g

4-12 1-6 1-7 2-4 0-7 4-9 3-7 3-8 0-4 2-2 0-1 20-67

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

37.1% 27.3% 0.0%

1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4 3-7 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-2 4-6 1-2 0-0

7-24

8-12

7-32 4-13 8-12

21.9% 30.8% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 1 1 3 1 1 2 5 2 4 6 4 1 2 3 0 1 1 2 2 0 3 3 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 3 4 7 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 3 0 3 14 19 33 23

Game: 20-67 Game: 7-24 Game: 8-12

TP

A TO Blk Stl

9 2 2 4 0 13 8 8 4 5 0

1 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 2 0

0 0 3 2 3 3 1 0 1 0 0

55 11 13

1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

5 0 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

Min

28 20 16 13 25 24 17 14 23 18 2

5 11 200

29.9% 29.2% 66.7%

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

North Carolina 74 • 26-5 (10-4 ACC) Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

21

McFarland, Iman McCants, Rashanda Breland, Jessica DeGraffenreid, C. Lucas, Italee White, She'la Bursey, Trinity Claytor, Heather Dewitt, Christina Shegog, Chay Wood, Martina Broomfield, Laura Team Totals

32 51 22 50 01 03 14 15 20 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 11-30 3FG % 1st Half: 2-8 FT % 1st Half: 7-12

f f f g g

1-3 7-12 8-12 2-6 4-10 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-2 2-9 0-1 1-1

0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 2-5 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 5-7 6-8 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 6-8 1-2 0-0

25-61

3-11

21-30

2nd half: 14-31 2nd half: 1-3 2nd half: 14-18

36.7% 25.0% 58.3%

45.2% 33.3% 77.8%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

0 3 3 1 2 3 5 4 8 3 11 2 0 1 1 1 1 10 11 1 0 4 4 2 2 2 4 1 0 1 1 0 3 2 5 1 3 4 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 4 1 5 23 36 59 15

Game: 25-61 Game: 3-11 Game: 21-30

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 19 22 7 10 0 0 0 1 10 1 2

1 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

Min

0 3 2 1 5 4 2 2 0 2 0 0

0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

74 11 21

4

9 200

41.0% 27.3% 70.0%

12 29 29 32 26 17 12 5 12 18 4 4

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Eric Brewton, Angie Lewis, Tommy Salerno Technical fouls: Clemson-None. North Carolina-None. Attendance: 13599 Game 5 (Quarterfinal 1) of the 2009 ACC Tournament #4-seed North Carolina advances to face UMd/WF winner, Saturday at 1:00 The 13,599 fans in attendance set a new ACC Women's Tournament session record Score by periods Clemson North Carolina

TP

A TO Blk Stl

10 10 23 2 12 2 5 10 7 0 0 0

4 0 1 0 9 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

5 2 0 1 6 1 0 1 2 2 0 0

81 16 20

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

7 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

Min

35 27 26 7 33 6 15 24 22 3 0+ 2

4 14 200

44.3% 9.1% 94.7%

Deadball Rebounds 0,1

35.5% 40.0% 100.0%

1-2 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-7 0-0 0-0 0-0

6-10 0-0 2-2 4-4 2-5 5-6 0-0 0-0 2-2

22-67

4-15

21-29

2nd half: 11-36 2nd half: 2-10 2nd half: 8-16

1st

2nd

Total

29 31

26 43

55 74

Last FG - CU 2nd-00:08, UNC 2nd-01:10. Largest lead - CU by 1 1st-05:35, UNC by 22 2nd-01:10.

Points CU UNC

In Paint 16 32

Off T/O 19 8

2nd Chance 17 19

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 4 times.

Fast Break 6 6

30.6% 20.0% 50.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

5 4 9 2 2 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 3 5 8 4 4 1 5 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 4 3 2 5 17 21 38 20

Game: 22-67 Game: 4-15 Game: 21-29

TP

A TO Blk Stl

13 4 2 17 8 15 0 0 10

1 1 2 0 1 4 0 0 0

69

9 19

2 0 2 6 2 3 0 0 4

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 2 3 2 0 0 4

Min

31 20 17 38 37 28 2 3 24

1 13 200

32.8% 26.7% 72.4%

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

Officials: Bryan Brunette, Ed Sidlasky, Maj Forsberg Technical fouls: Clemson-None. Georgia Tech-None. Attendance: 9993 Game 1 (Opening Round) of the 2009 ACC Tournament #12-seed Clemson advances to face #4-seed North Carolina, Friday at 11:00 am

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Clemson vs North Carolina 03/06/09 11:00 am at the Greensboro Coliseum

11

3 5 8 3 4 3 7 3 3 4 7 4 1 2 3 2 2 3 5 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 5 6 2 1 6 7 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 18 32 50 19

Game: 31-70 Game: 1-11 Game: 18-19

3-14 2-5 0-2 5-14 3-5 5-18 0-0 0-2 4-7

Score by periods Clemson Georgia Tech

1st

2nd

Total

37 37

44 32

81 69

Last FG - CU 2nd-01:25, GT 2nd-00:45. Largest lead - CU by 13 2nd-05:07, GT by 11 1st-13:11.

##

43.2% 0.0% 92.3%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

Officials: Bonita Spence, Felicia Ginter, Billy Smith Technical fouls: Clemson-None. NC State-None. Attendance: 1517 Score by periods Clemson NC State

21

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

Georgia Tech 69 • 21-9 (8-6 ACC) Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Min

Bench 38 14

Points CU GT

In Paint 44 30

Off T/O 22 24

2nd Chance 13 8

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 3 times.

Fast Break 14 8

Bench 24 25

103


104

2008-09 ACC Team Stats SCORING OFFENSE 1. NORTH CAROLINA 2. MARYLAND 3. VIRGINIA 4. DUKE 5. BOSTON COLLEGE 6. FLORIDA STATE 7. GEORGIA TECH 8. MIAMI 9. WAKE FOREST 10. CLEMSON 11. VIRGINIA TECH 12. NC STATE

G 35 36 34 33 35 34 32 30 31 31 30 30

Pts Avg/G 2894 82.7 2844 79.0 2476 72.8 2379 72.1 2458 70.2 2386 70.2 2152 67.2 1969 65.6 2033 65.6 1996 64.4 1866 62.2 1812 60.4

3-POINT FG PCT G 3FGM 1. MARYLAND 36 245 2. FLORIDA STATE 34 192 3. NORTH CAROLINA 35 184 4. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 165 5. DUKE 33 147 6. GEORGIA TECH 32 125 7. WAKE FOREST 31 179 8. VIRGINIA 34 125 9. CLEMSON 31 141 10. VIRGINIA TECH 30 108 11. MIAMI 30 134 12. NC STATE 30 107

3FGA Pct 611 .401 505 .380 537 .343 495 .333 460 .320 417 .300 604 .296 426 .293 487 .290 374 .289 484 .277 393 .272

ASSISTS 1. BOSTON COLLEGE 2. NORTH CAROLINA 3. MIAMI 4. WAKE FOREST 5. MARYLAND 6. VIRGINIA TECH 7. CLEMSON 8. FLORIDA STATE 9. DUKE 10. GEORGIA TECH 11. VIRGINIA 12. NC STATE

G 35 35 30 31 36 30 31 34 33 32 34 30

No. Avg/G 582 16.6 581 16.6 451 15.0 448 14.5 511 14.2 418 13.9 424 13.7 463 13.6 449 13.6 400 12.5 388 11.4 304 10.1

SCORING DEFENSE 1. GEORGIA TECH 2. DUKE 3. NC STATE 4. WAKE FOREST 5. FLORIDA STATE 6. VIRGINIA TECH 7. MIAMI 8. BOSTON COLLEGE 9. VIRGINIA 10. NORTH CAROLINA 11. CLEMSON 12. MARYLAND

G 32 33 30 31 34 30 30 35 34 35 31 36

Pts Avg/G 1835 57.3 1900 57.6 1778 59.3 1856 59.9 2079 61.1 1865 62.2 1929 64.3 2292 65.5 2250 66.2 2334 66.7 2092 67.5 2440 67.8

3FG PCT DEFENSE G 3FGM 1. GEORGIA TECH 32 106 2. CLEMSON 31 111 3. NC STATE 30 131 4. NORTH CAROLINA 35 176 5. DUKE 33 161 6. WAKE FOREST 31 119 7. FLORIDA STATE 34 171 8. MIAMI 30 144 9. VIRGINIA 34 183 10. MARYLAND 36 232 11. VIRGINIA TECH 30 156 12. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 193

3FGA Pct 395 .268 389 .285 453 .289 606 .290 547 .294 391 .304 547 .313 454 .317 571 .320 706 .329 469 .333 542 .356

STEALS 1. GEORGIA TECH 2. DUKE 3. WAKE FOREST 4. NORTH CAROLINA 5. MIAMI 6. CLEMSON 7. VIRGINIA 8. FLORIDA STATE 9. VIRGINIA TECH 10. NC STATE 11. BOSTON COLLEGE 12. MARYLAND

G 32 33 31 35 30 31 34 34 30 30 35 36

No. Avg/G 434 13.6 438 13.3 381 12.3 415 11.9 329 11.0 308 9.9 317 9.3 296 8.7 249 8.3 245 8.2 240 6.9 240 6.7

SCORING MARGIN G 1. NORTH CAROLINA 35 2. DUKE 33 3. MARYLAND 36 4. GEORGIA TECH 32 5. FLORIDA STATE 34 6. VIRGINIA 34 7. WAKE FOREST 31 8. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 9. MIAMI 30 10. NC STATE 30 11. VIRGINIA TECH 30 12. CLEMSON 31

Off 82.7 72.1 79.0 67.2 70.2 72.8 65.6 70.2 65.6 60.4 62.2 64.4

Def Mar 66.7 +16.0 57.6 +14.5 67.8 +11.2 57.3 +9.9 61.1 +9.0 66.2 +6.6 59.9 +5.7 65.5 +4.7 64.3 +1.3 59.3 +1.1 62.2 +0.0 67.5 -3.1

REB OFFENSE G 1. DUKE 33 2. NORTH CAROLINA 35 3. VIRGINIA 34 4. MARYLAND 36 5. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 6. FLORIDA STATE 34 7. NC STATE 30 8. GEORGIA TECH 32 9. CLEMSON 31 10. VIRGINIA TECH 30 11. MIAMI 30 12. WAKE FOREST 31

Reb Avg/G 1475 44.7 1562 44.6 1455 42.8 1534 42.6 1457 41.6 1361 40.0 1197 39.9 1238 38.7 1173 37.8 1130 37.7 1129 37.6 1166 37.6

TURNOVER MARGIN TOF 1. WAKE FOREST 16.9 2. MIAMI 16.5 3. DUKE 19.1 4. GEORGIA TECH 20.7 5. VIRGINIA 16.5 6. NORTH CAROLINA 20.2 7. NC STATE 14.9 8. CLEMSON 17.6 9. FLORIDA STATE 18.1 10. VIRGINIA TECH 18.1 11. MARYLAND 16.4 12. BOSTON COLLEGE 19.3

FREE THROW PCT G 1. MARYLAND 36 2. NORTH CAROLINA 35 3. NC STATE 30 4. CLEMSON 31 5. GEORGIA TECH 32 6. DUKE 33 7. VIRGINIA 34 8. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 9. FLORIDA STATE 34 10. WAKE FOREST 31 11. MIAMI 30 12. VIRGINIA TECH 30

FTM 585 586 335 329 469 462 529 401 528 378 323 324

FTA 773 819 474 466 673 665 764 581 781 566 505 508

REB DEFENSE G 1. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 2. GEORGIA TECH 32 3. FLORIDA STATE 34 4. MARYLAND 36 5. VIRGINIA 34 6. DUKE 33 7. VIRGINIA TECH 30 8. NORTH CAROLINA 35 9. NC STATE 30 10. CLEMSON 31 11. WAKE FOREST 31 12. MIAMI 30

Reb Avg/G 1139 32.5 1092 34.1 1196 35.2 1285 35.7 1235 36.3 1224 37.1 1126 37.5 1413 40.4 1218 40.6 1259 40.6 1281 41.3 1279 42.6

ASSIST/TURNOVER APG TO/G Ratio 1. MIAMI 15.0 16.5 0.9 2. MARYLAND 14.2 16.4 0.9 3. BOSTON COLLEGE 16.6 19.3 0.9 4. WAKE FOREST 14.5 16.9 0.9 5. NORTH CAROLINA 16.6 20.2 0.8 6. CLEMSON 13.7 17.6 0.8 7. VIRGINIA TECH 13.9 18.1 0.8 8. FLORIDA STATE 13.6 18.1 0.8 9. DUKE 13.6 19.1 0.7 10. VIRGINIA 11.4 16.5 0.7 11. NC STATE 10.1 14.9 0.7 12. GEORGIA TECH 12.5 20.7 0.6

FG PERCENTAGES G 1. MARYLAND 36 2. NORTH CAROLINA 35 3. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 4. FLORIDA STATE 34 5. GEORGIA TECH 32 6. DUKE 33 7. VIRGINIA 34 8. VIRGINIA TECH 30 9. MIAMI 30 10. CLEMSON 31 11. WAKE FOREST 31 12. NC STATE 30

FGM 1007 1062 946 833 779 885 911 717 756 763 738 685

FGA Pct 2192 .459 2338 .454 2119 .446 1974 .422 1892 .412 2160 .410 2232 .408 1760 .407 1901 .398 1938 .394 1938 .381 1829 .375

REB MARGIN For 1. BOSTON COLLEGE 41.6 2. DUKE 44.7 3. MARYLAND 42.6 4. VIRGINIA 42.8 5. FLORIDA STATE 40.0 6. GEORGIA TECH 38.7 7. NORTH CAROLINA 44.6 8. VIRGINIA TECH 37.7 9. NC STATE 39.9 10. CLEMSON 37.8 11. WAKE FOREST 37.6 12. MIAMI 37.6

Opp. 32.5 37.1 35.7 36.3 35.2 34.1 40.4 37.5 40.6 40.6 41.3 42.6

Mar. +9.1 +7.6 +6.9 +6.5 +4.9 +4.6 +4.3 +0.1 -0.7 -2.8 -3.7 -5.0

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS G 1. DUKE 33 2. VIRGINIA 34 3. GEORGIA TECH 32 4. NORTH CAROLINA 35 5. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 6. MARYLAND 36 7. FLORIDA STATE 34 8. MIAMI 30 9. NC STATE 30 10. WAKE FOREST 31 CLEMSON 31 12. VIRGINIA TECH 30

No. Avg/G 587 17.8 593 17.4 515 16.1 554 15.8 527 15.1 527 14.6 496 14.6 433 14.4 432 14.4 419 13.5 419 13.5 387 12.9

FG PCT DEFENSE G 1. DUKE 33 2. NORTH CAROLINA 35 3. NC STATE 30 4. FLORIDA STATE 34 5. MARYLAND 36 6. WAKE FOREST 31 7. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 8. MIAMI 30 9. GEORGIA TECH 32 10. VIRGINIA TECH 30 11. CLEMSON 31 12. VIRGINIA 34

FGM 664 854 654 740 938 673 821 704 661 704 720 815

FGA Pct 1904 .349 2340 .365 1771 .369 1972 .375 2429 .386 1733 .388 2111 .389 1786 .394 1668 .396 1771 .398 1788 .403 2010 .405

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. NORTH CAROLINA 2. DUKE 3. FLORIDA STATE 4. MIAMI 5. CLEMSON 6. NC STATE 7. MARYLAND 8. BOSTON COLLEGE 9. VIRGINIA TECH 10. GEORGIA TECH 11. VIRGINIA 12. WAKE FOREST

No. Avg/G 229 6.5 191 5.8 157 4.6 137 4.6 140 4.5 135 4.5 134 3.7 127 3.6 100 3.3 99 3.1 102 3.0 77 2.5

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS G 1. NORTH CAROLINA 35 2. MARYLAND 36 3. DUKE 33 4. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 5. NC STATE 30 6. FLORIDA STATE 34 7. VIRGINIA 34 8. VIRGINIA TECH 30 9. CLEMSON 31 10. WAKE FOREST 31 11. MIAMI 30 12. GEORGIA TECH 32

No. Avg/G 1008 28.8 1007 28.0 888 26.9 930 26.6 765 25.5 865 25.4 862 25.4 743 24.8 754 24.3 747 24.1 696 23.2 723 22.6

Pct .757 .716 .707 .706 .697 .695 .692 .690 .676 .668 .640 .638

G 35 33 34 30 31 30 36 35 30 32 34 31

TOA 23.1 20.6 23.0 24.5 19.4 21.9 16.3 18.7 19.0 18.5 14.7 15.6

Mar. +6.19 +4.10 +3.88 +3.75 +2.94 +1.69 +1.37 +1.06 +0.82 +0.40 -1.72 -3.69

3-POINT FG MADE G 1. MARYLAND 36 2. WAKE FOREST 31 3. FLORIDA STATE 34 4. NORTH CAROLINA 35 5. BOSTON COLLEGE 35 6. CLEMSON 31 7. MIAMI 30 8. DUKE 33 9. GEORGIA TECH 32 10. VIRGINIA 34 11. VIRGINIA TECH 30 12. NC STATE 30

No. Avg/G 245 6.8 179 5.8 192 5.6 184 5.3 165 4.7 141 4.5 134 4.5 147 4.5 125 3.9 125 3.7 108 3.6 107 3.6

2009 All-ACC Teams ALL-ACC TEAMS First Team Chante Black, Duke Marissa Coleman, Maryland Lyndra Littles, Virginia Kristi Toliver, Maryland Monica Wright, Virginia Second Team Jessica Breland, North Carolina Shayla Fields, NC State Rashanda McCants, North Carolina Jacinta Monroe, Florida State Carolyn Swords, Boston College Third Team Cetera DeGraffenreid, North Carolina Tanae Davis-Cain, Florida State Mara Freshour, Florida State Lele Hardy, Clemson Alex Montgomery, Georgia Tech Honorable Mention Shenise Johnson, Miami Aisha Mohammed, Virginia Mickel Picco, Boston College Alex Tchangoue, Wake Forest Abby Waner, Duke Defensive Team Chante Black, DU Jacqua Williams, GT Jacinta Monroe, FS Lele Hardy, CU Jessica Breland, NC All Freshman Team Lynetta Kizer, Maryland Shenise Johnson, Miami Cierra Bravard, Florida State Bonae Holston, NC State Chay Shegog, North Carolina ACC Player of the Year Kristi Toliver, Maryland ACC Rookie of the Year Lynetta Kizer, Maryland ACC Defensive Player of the Year Chante Black, Duke ACC Sixth Player of the Year Bonae Holston, NC State ACC Coach of the Year Sue Semrau, Florida State


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Class Records Freshman Single Game Records Points

Sheila Cobb

Rk.Name No. 1. Barbara Kennedy 45 2. Janet Forester 33 3. Janet Forester 32 4. Janet Forester 30 Janet Forester 30 Barbara Kennedy 30

Annette Wise

Opponent Claflin Bridgewater Baptist Col. Anderson S. Carolina Erskine

Date 2/24/79 1/11/76 1/17/76 1/14/76 1/21/76 2/14/79

Rebounds Games Freshman 36 Sheila Cobb Sophomore 36 Annette Wise 36 Barbara Kennedy 36 Jennie Lyerly Junior 36 Debra Buford Senior 33 Bobbie Mims 33 Jackie Mattress 33 Peggy Sells

Free Throws Attempted 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1990-91 1990-91

Field Goals Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

234 382 348 392

Janet Forester Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy

1975-76 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

Field Goals Attempted Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

525 729 722 760

Janet Forester Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy

1975-76 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

Field Goal Percentage Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

.556 .560 .562 .563

Karen Ann Jenkins Janet Knight Karen Ann Jenkins Amanda Frist

1985-86 1979-80 1987-88 2005-06

Three-Point Field Goals Made Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

53 64 70 73

Tara Saunooke Kerry Boyatt Amy Geren Tara Saunooke

1991-92 1990-91 1997-98 1994-95

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

115 156 176 180

Amy Geren Kerry Boyatt Amy Geren Tara Saunooke

1995-96 1990-91 1997-98 1994-95

Three-Point Goal Percentage Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

.471 .454 .426 .458

Kerry Boyatt Tara Saunooke Laura Cottrell Marci Glenney

1989-90 1992-93 1995-96 2001-02

Free Throws Freshman 132 Kerry Boyatt Sophomore 98 Itoro Umoh Junior 122 Itoro Umoh Senior 147 Lakeia Stokes

1989-90 1996-97 1997-98 2003-04

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

178 137 175 197

Kerry Boyatt Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Lakeia Stokes

1989-90 1979-80 1980-81 2003-04

Free Throw Percentage Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

.866 .818 .876 .855

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

371 298 400 400

Amy Geren Chrissy Floyd Amy Geren Amy Geren

1995-96 2000-01 1997-98 1998-99

Rk.Name No. Opponent Date 1. Barbara Kennedy 18 Maryland 1/13/79 Sheila Cobb 18 C. of Charleston 2/23/80 3. Barbara Kennedy 17 Erskine 2/14/79 Peggy Caple 17 NC State 1/9/82 Imani Wilson 17 Duke 1/29/90

Three-Point Field Goals Made Rk.Name No. Opponent Date 1. Amy Geren 6 SF Austin 3/18/96 2. Tara Saunooke 5 South Carolina 2/12/92 Lele Hardy 5 Wake Forest 2/15/07 4. several players with 4

Rebounds Sheila Cobb Barbara Kennedy Donna Forester Barbara Kennedy

1979-80 1979-80 1976-77 1981-82

Rebound Average Freshman 12.5 Janet Forester Sophomore 8.9 Peggy Caple Junior 12.9 Donna Forester Senior 12.9 Barbara Kennedy

1975-76 1982-83 1976-77 1981-82

Assists Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

172 174 195 204

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

68 84 76 70

Bobbie Mims Susan Fehling Drema Greer Drema Greer

1976-77 1984-85 1977-78 1978-79

Blocked Shots Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Peggy Caple

2006-07 1979-80 2008-09 1988-89

Most Points Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

547 853 811 908

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

22.8 23.7 26.2 29.3

Janet Forester Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy

1975-76 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

Scoring Average Janet Forester Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy

No. Opponent Date 8 Vanderbilt 12/3/06 7 Virginia 2/5/98 7 Wofford 2/10/98 7 St. John’s 11/24/06 7 Wofford 12/22/06 7 Virginia Tech 2/11/07 7 Florida State 2/22/07

Blocks Rk.Name 1. Peggy Caple 2. Peggy Caple 3. Jaci Stimson Kerri Thomas Khaili Sanders

No. Opponent Date 7 Auburn 2/8/82 6 North Carolina 2/27/82 5 Winthrop 1/18/94 5C . of Charleston 1/5/95 5 Kentucky 11/29/02

Assists 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

Steals Freshman 98 Lele Hardy Sophomore 95 Barbara Kennedy Junior 106 Lele Hardy Senior 123 Ramona O’Neal

Steals Rk.Name 1. Lele Hardy 2. Andrea Gaines Andrea Gaines Lele Hardy Lele Hardy Lele Hardy Lele Hardy

1975-76 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

Rk.Name 1. Melinda Ashworth 2. Bobbie Mims Bobbie Mims 4. Bobbie Mims Melinda Ashworth

No. Opponent 14 Auburn 12 Gardner-Webb 12 Claflin 11 Baptist 11 Duke

Date 1/15/83 2/26/77 3/4/77 2/5/77 12/1/82


Individual Game Records Clemson Individual Field Goals Made

Cissy Bristol

Rk. 1. 4. 5. 7.

Chrissy Floyd

No. 20 20 20 19 18 18 17 17 17 17 17

Clemson Individual Scoring Rk. No. 1. 45 2. 43 3. 42 42 5. 41 6. 40 7. 39 39 9. 38 38

Name Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Janet Knight Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy

Site H A A H A H H H H H

Opponent Claflin Penn State South Carolina North Carolina Maryland Georgia Southern Tenn.-Chattanooga Virginia Tech Alabama East Tennessee State

Opponent Tennessee Tech San Diego N.C. State N.C. State Francis Marion Georgia Francis Marion N.C. State Wake Forest South Carolina N.C. State

Date 12/16/80 12/11/05 3/5/83 2/4/84 2/19/77 12/15/82 2/3/77 1/21/89 2/21/05 2/6/82 2/6/85

Highest Scoring Percent Of Team’s Points By Clemson Rk. Pct. Pts.-Tm Player Site 1. .577 30-52 Chrissy Floyd N1 2. .573 43-75 Barbara Kennedy A 3. .539 41-76 Barbara Kennedy A 4. .528 37-70 Barbara Kennedy A 5. .483 29-60 Amy Geren N2 6. .481 38-79 Barbara Kennedy H 7. .480 36-68 Barbara Kennedy H N1-ACC Tournament, Greensboro, NC N2-Myrtle Beach, SC

Opponent Date N.C. State 3/2/02 Penn State 3/12/82 Maryland 1/12/82 Pacific 1/3/81 Louisiana State 12/20/98 Alabama 1/10/81 N.C. State 2/13/81

Opponent Date Maryland 1/12/82 North Carolina 2/20/82 Penn State 3/12/82 South Carolina 2/6/82 Claflin 2/24/79 Virginia Tech 12/29/84 Alabama 1/10/81 Pacific 1/3/81 East Tenn. State 1/19/81 Tennessee 2/18/80 Chattanooga 1/30/82

Rk. No. Att Name Site 1. 18 35 Pearl Moore H 18 33 Linda Page H 18 29 Jerilyn Harper H 4. 17 19 Debbie Kinnick H 5. 16 25 Pearl Moore A 16 23 Donna Murphy N1 16 25 Scooter Delorme A 16 25 Coleen Galloway A 16 24 Janet Harris H 10. 15 22 Patricia Roberts N1 15 22 Brantley Southers H 15 22 Orphie Moore H 15 23 Rhonda Mapp N2 15 28 Michele Van Gorp H 15 26 Michelle Augustavo H N1-AIAW Region II Tournament, Memphis, TN N2-ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, SC

Opponent Date Francis Marion 2/3/77 N.C. State 2/4/84 Tennessee Tech 12/16/80 Carson Newman 2/12/80 Francis Marion 2/19/77 Morehead State 3/11/77 Charleston 1/23/78 California 1/4/81 Georgia 12/15/82 Tennessee 3/10/77 South Carolina 12/3/83 South Alabama 2/18/87 N.C. State 3/7/92 Duke 2/14/99 San Diego 12/11/05

Clemson Individual Field Goal Percentage Minimum 10 Attempts Rk. Pct. FGM-FGA Name Site 1. 1.000 12-12 Donna Forester H 1.000 12-12 Shandy Bryan A 1.000 11-11 Vicky Burton H 4. .917 11-12 Barbara Kennedy A 5. .900 9-10 Debbie Oraczewski N1 .900 9-10 Karen Ann Jenkins H 7. .846 11-13 Cissy Bristol N2 .846 11-13 Natasha Anderson N3 9. .833 10-12 Debra Buford H .833 10-12 Julie Brickley A .833 10-12 Louise Greenwood H N1-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC N2-Pitt Classic, Pittsburgh, PA N3-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC

Opponent Date Claflin 12/7/77 South Florida 12/21/91 Columbia 2/14/76 Pittsburgh 12/6/81 NC State 3/5/83 Virginia 1/11/86 National College 12/5/81 Florida State 2/27/98 Duke 1/11/78 Nebraska 11/24/84 Virginia 1/31/87

Opponent Individual Field Goal Percentage

Highest Scoring Percent Of Team’s Points By Opponent Rk. Pct. Pts.-Tm Player Site 1. .618 42-68 Michelle Augustavo H 2. .588 40-68 Liz Strunk H 3. .571 40-70 Pearl Moore H 4. .518 43-83 Jerilyn Harper H 5. .512 21-41 Niesha Butler H 6. .506 42-83 Pearl Moore A 7. .494 40-81 Andrea Stinson A 8. .469 31-66 Deshawne Blocker N1 9. .466 35-75 Michele Van Gorp H 10. .461 36-78 Shameka Christon N2 N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX N2-NCAA Tournament, Manhattan, KS

Name Site Barbara Kennedy A Barbara Kennedy H Barbara Kennedy A Barbara Kennedy A Barbara Kennedy H Janet Knight H Barbara Kennedy H Barbara Kennedy A Barbara Kennedy H Barbara Kennedy A Barbara Kennedy H

Opponent Individual Field Goals Made Date 2/24/79 3/12/82 2/6/82 2/20/82 1/12/82 12/17/79 1/30/82 12/29/84 1/10/81 1/19/81

Opponent Individual Scoring Rk. No. Name Site 1. 43 Jerilyn Harper H 2. 42 Michelle Augustavo H 42 Linda Page N1 42 Linda Page H 42 Pearl Moore A 6. 41 Janet Harris H 7. 40 Pearl Moore H 40 Andrea Stinson A 40 Liz Strunk H 10. 38 Sheila Foster A 38 Linda Page A N1-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC

Att 29 33 32 30 30 26 28 27 27 25 25

Opponent Date San Diego 12/11/05 Wake Forest 2/21/05 Francis Marion 2/3/77 Tennessee Tech 12/16/80 Georgia Tech 2/11/98 Francis Marion 2/19/77 N.C. State 1/21/89 East Tenn. State 3/25/95 Duke 2/14/99 Arkansas 3/15/02

Minimum 10 Attempts Rk. Pct. FGM-FGA Name Site 1. 1.000 12-12 Sheana Mosch A 2. .909 10-11 Liz Sherwood H 3. .895 17-19 Debbie Kinnick H 4. .846 11-13 Nancy Mayer H .846 11-13 Alana Beard A 6. .833 10-12 Anne Donovan H .833 10-12 Marion Jones H .833 10-12 Crystal Langhorne A 9. .818 9-11 Cinietra Henderson N1 .818 9-11 Ty Hall H N1-Rutgers Invitational, Piscataway, NJ

Opponent Date Duke 1/28/01 Vanderbilt 11/20/07 Carson-Newman 2/12/80 Virginia 1/19/85 Duke 2/27/04 Old Dominion 2/10/81 North Carolina 1/20/97 Maryland 1/6/08 Texas 12/27/92 Duke 1/23/94

Clemson Individual Three-Point Field Goals Made Rk. 1.

No. 6 6 6 6

Att 12 9 10 10

Name Tara Saunooke Tara Saunooke Tara Saunooke Amy Geren

Site H N1 N2 H

Opponent Xavier Pacific W. Kentucky S.F. Austin

Date 3/17/93 3/24/95 11/27/94 3/18/96

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Individual Game Records 6 9 Amy Geren 6 10 Amy Geren 6 16 Julie Talley N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX N2-Murfreesboro, TN

H H A

North Carolina 1/2/98 Florida State 1/29/98 Youngstown St. 12/19/03

Opponent Individual Three-Point Field Goals Made Rk. No. Att Name Site 1. 10 19 Michelle Augustavo H 2. 8 16 Tiffany Brown H 3. 7 10 Sandy Brown A 7 13 Julie Wheeler N1 7 11 Jennifer Howard A 7 12 Nicole Erickson A 7 11 Devin Novak A N1-Northern Lights Invitational, Anchorage, AK

Opponent San Diego Maryland Middle Tenn. St. Providence N.C. State Duke Youngstown St.

Date 12/11/05 1/6/00 12/3/88 12/20/94 2/21/96 1/14/99 12/19/03

Clemson Individual Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Rk. 1. 2. 3. 6.

No. 16 15 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Made 6 5 6 5 4 5 5 5 2 5 5

Name Julie Talley Tasha Phillips Tara Saunooke Amy Geren Julie Talley Cheryl Nix Kerry Boyatt Tara Saunooke Tara Saunooke Tara Saunooke Julie Talley

Site A A H H A H H H H H H

Opponent Date Youngstown St. 12/19/03 South Carolina 12/3/04 Xavier 3/17/93 UNC-Greensboro 12/30/98 Furman 11/30/05 Georgia Tech 1/27/88 North Carolina 1/26/91 South Carolina 2/12/92 N.C. State 2/23/95 Maryland 2/11/95 Mississippi 11/21/05

Opponent Individual Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Rk. No. Made Name Site 1. 19 10 Michelle Augustavo H 2. 17 6 Megan Isom A 3. 16 8 Tiffany Brown H 16 6 Cotelia Bond-Young H 5. 15 4 Susan Brown H 15 3 Jessica Allen A 7. 14 4 Katie Smrcka-Duffy N1 14 4 Joy Gallagher A 9. 13 6 Christi Timmons H 13 7 Julie Wheeler N2 13 4 Heide Moyano N2 13 5 Cotelia Bond-Young A N1-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC N2-Northern Lights Invitational, Anchorage, AK

Opponent San Diego Georgia Tech Maryland Wake Forest S.C. State Pittsburgh N.C. State Wagner South Carolina Providence Providence Wake Forest

Date 12/11/05 1/23/03 1/6/00 1/15/06 12/2/87 12/21/03 2/28/97 12/16/04 2/12/92 12/20/94 12/20/94 2/12/06

Clemson Individual Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Rk. Pct. FGM-FGA 1. .600 6-10 .600 6-10 .600 6-10 4. .500 6-12 .500 5-10 6. .454 5-11 .454 5-11 .454 5-11 .454 5-11 .454 5-11 N1-Murfreesboro, TN

Minimum 10 Attempts Name Site Tara Saunooke N1 Amy Geren H Amy Geren H Tara Saunooke H Tara Saunooke A Cheryl Nix H Kerry Boyatt H Tara Saunooke H Tara Saunooke H Julie Talley H

Opponent W. Kentucky S.F. Austin Florida State Xavier North Carolina Georgia Tech North Carolina South Carolina Maryland Mississippi

Date 11/27/94 3/18/96 1/29/98 3/17/93 1/30/94 1/27/88 1/26/91 2/12/92 2/11/95 11/21/05

Opponent Individual Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Rk. 1. 2. 5. 6.

Pct. FGM-FGA .700 7-10 .636 7-11 .636 7-11 .636 7-11 .600 6-10 .583 7-12 .583 7-12

Minimum 10 Attempts Name Site Sandy Brown A Jennifer Howard A Devin Novak A Ashleigh Newman H Telisha Quarles A Jenny Conkle N1 Nicole Erickson A

Opponent Date Middle Tenn. 12/3/88 N.C. State 2/21/96 Youngstown St. 12/19/03 Maryland 2/6/05 Virginia 1/7/02 Belmont 11/25/05 Duke 1/14/99

Melinda Ashworth

8. .545 6-11 Kristin Mattox N2 9. .538 7-13 Julie Wheeler N3 10. .526 10-19 Michelle Augustavo H N1-Lady Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN N2-Las Vegas Tournament, Las Vegas, NV N3-Northern Lights Invitational, Anchorage, AK

Tasha Phillips

Louisville Providence San Diego

12/22/93 12/20/94 12/11/05

Clemson Individual Free Throws Made Rk. No. Att Name Site 1. 18 20 Melinda Ashworth H 2. 16 17 Donna Forester H 3. 15 18 Amy Geren N1 4. 14 20 Lakeia Stokes H 14 16 Lakeia Stokes A 6. 13 15 Kerry Boyatt H 7. 12 14 Ramona O’Neal H 12 17 Sandy Bishop N2 12 12 Itoro Umoh A 12 15 Amy Geren H 12 13 Marci Glenney A N1-Myrtle Beach, SC N2-NWIT, Amarillo, TX

Opponent Virginia N.C. State Louisiana State South Carolina Youngstown St. Maryland Georgia W. Kentucky North Carolina North Carolina Georgia Tech

Date 1/11/86 12/11/76 12/20/98 11/21/03 12/19/03 1/16/90 3/18/89 3/24/84 2/1/98 2/3/99 1/26/02

Opponent Individual Free Throws Made Rk. No. Att Name Site 1. 17 20 Milli Martinez A 2. 16 20 Joyce Pierce H 16 18 Linda Page N1 4. 15 18 Latavia Coleman H 5. 14 16 Sharon Manning N1 6. 13 16 Kristie Bahner A 13 14 Claire Rose N1 13 19 DeShawne Blocker N2 13 14 Jenny Anderson N3 13 13 Alison Bales A N1-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC N2-NWIT, Amarillo, TX N3-Myrtle Beach, SC

Opponent Date Georgia Tech 1/26/02 GeorgiaTech 1/26/93 N.C. State 3/5/83 Florida State 1/29/98 N.C. State 3/4/91 Kansas State 11/25/90 Duke 3/4/83 East Tenn. State 3/25/95 New Orleans 12/20/97 Duke 2/5/07

Clemson Individual Free Throw Attempts Rk. No. Made Name Site 1. 20 18 Melinda Ashworth H 20 14 Lakeia Stokes H 3. 18 11 Peggy Caple H 18 15 Amy Geren N1 5. 17 16 Donna Forester H 17 12 Sandy Bishop N2 7. 16 14 Lakeia Stokes A 8. 15 13 Kerry Boyatt H 15 12 Amy Geren H N1-Myrtle Beach, SC N2-NWIT, Amarillo , TX

Opponent Virginia South Carolina Kansas State Louisiana State N.C. State W. Kentucky Youngstown St. Maryland North Carolina

Date 1/11/86 11/21/03 1/5/83 12/20/98 12/11/76 3/24/84 12/19/03 1/16/90 2/3/99


Individual Game Records 10 10 Jennifer Phillips 10 10 Kelly Mazzanic N1-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC

A H

Xavier Furman

3/18/01 12/7/02

Clemson Consecutive Free Throws Made

Cookie Blackney

Rk. No. 1. 29 2. 25 3. 24 24 5. 23 23 7. 22 8. 19 19 10. 18

Michelle Bryant

Opponent Individual Free Throw Attempts Rk. No. Made Name Site 1. 20 16 Joyce Pierce H 20 17 Milli Martinez A 3. 19 13 DeShawne Blocker N1 4. 18 16 Linda Page N2 18 11 Monica Wiley A 18 15 Latavia Coleman H 7. 16 7 Jackie Smith H 16 13 Kristie Bahner A 16 14 Sharon Manning N2 16 12 Tammye Jenkins H 16 10 Jennifer Chestnut N2 16 10 Dimi Gatlin H N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX N2-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC

Opponent Date Georgia Tech 1/26/93 Georgia Tech 1/26/02 East Tenn. State 3/25/95 N.C. State 3/5/83 California 12/20/90 Florida State 1/29/98 Furman 12/3/96 Kansas State 11/25/90 N.C. State 3/4/91 Georgia 2/7/90 Duke 3/4/83 S.C. State 1/15/83

Clemson Perfect Free Throw Games Rk. No. Att Name Site 1. 12 12 Itoro Umoh A 2. 10 10 Barbara Kennedy A 10 10 Amy Geren H 10 10 Chrissy Floyd H 10 10 Lakeia Stokes H 6. 9 9 Barbara Kennedy A 9 9 Shandy Bryan A 9 9 Itoro Umoh N1 9. 8 8 Janet Knight H 8 8 Barbara Kennedy N2 8 8 Janet Knight H 8 8 Kerry Boyatt H 8 8 Tara Saunooke H 8 8 Amy Geren N3 8 8 Amy Geren A 8 8 Amy Geren H 8 8 Chrissy Floyd H 8 8 Lakeia Stokes H N1-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC N2-Pittsburgh Classic, Pittsburgh, PA N3-ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, SC

Opponent North Carolina Tennessee Virginia Wake Forest Virginia Duke N.C. State N.C. State Wake Forest National College S.C. State Virginia N.C. State Virginia Maryland Georgia Tech Virginia N.C. State

Date 2/1/98 1/21/82 1/5/98 2/17/02 1/2/03 2/2/81 1/24/93 2/28/97 2/24/83 12/5/81 2/26/86 2/17/90 2/3/94 3/2/96 2/12/98 2/11/99 2/7/02 1/11/04

Opponent Perfect Free Throw Games Rk. 1. 2. 5. 9.

No. 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Att 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Name Alison Bales Nikki Miars Mimi McKinney Kendall Calvin Kim Crawford Debbie Groover Erin Stovall Stephanie Higgs Barb Durham Tresa Brown Rita Johnson Linda Page Debra Powell Del-Valle Tonya Sampson Kalisa Davis Lisa Hosac

Site A A N1 H A A H H A H H H H A A A A

Opponent Duke South Carolina Virginia Tennessee Tech Georgia Tech Tennessee Virginia Georgia Tech Wake Forest North Carolina North Carolina N.C. State Nebraska Alabama North Carolina Maryland Virginia

Date 2/5/07 12/18/96 3/1/97 11/18/05 1/9/85 11/28/77 1/2/99 1/7/07 12/1/79 2/26/83 3/10/81 1/7/83 11/24/84 12/19/92 1/30/94 2/12/98 1/20/00

Name Janet Knight Chrissy Floyd Tara Saunooke Amy Geren Amy Geren Itoro Umoh Amy Geren Melinda Ashworth Nikki Blassingame Shandy Bryan

Dates No. of Games Feb. 23-March 4, 1983 5 Dec. 30, 2000-Feb. 1, 2001 10 Dec. 20, 1994-Jan. 8, 1995 6 Feb. 7, 1999-Feb. 18, 1999 4 Jan. 20-Feb. 15, 1996 9 Feb. 27-March 16, 1998 6 Feb. 7-Feb. 22, 1998 6 Jan. 4-Jan. 11, 1986 2 Feb. 5-Feb. 22, 1998 7 Feb. 2-Feb. 21, 1990 5

Clemson Individual Rebounds Rk. No. Name Site 1. 25 Donna Forester A 25 Cookie Blackney A 3. 22 Annette Wise A 22 Janet Forester A 22 Barbara Kennedy H 6. 21 Barbara Kennedy H 21 Barbara Kennedy N1 21 Barbara Kennedy A 9. 20 Donna Forester H 20 Barbara Kennedy N2 20 Jackie Farmer N3 N1-South Florida Invitational, Tampa, FL N2-Plainview Queens Classic, Plainview, TX N3-Kansas State Invitational, Manhattan, KS

Opponent Columbia College South Carolina California South Carolina UT-Chattanooga Wake Forest Miami (FL) North Carolina Appalachian State Missouri Alabama State

Date 2/12/77 1/10/76 1/4/81 1/10/76 1/30/82 2/12/81 12/19/81 1/27/82 12/17/77 11/28/81 11/24/90

Opponent Individual Rebounds Rk. No. Name Site Opponent 1. 22 Wanda Randolf N1 Pittsburgh 22 Emma Mumphrey H Mercer 3. 21 Jamie Lee H Charleston 21 Sandra Butler A Mississippi State 21 Dawn Royster H North Carolina 6. 20 Janet Harris H Georgia 20 Janet Harris A Georgia N1-Carolina Christmas Classic, Chapel Hill, NC

Date 12/21/78 1/23/80 1/8/77 12/15/83 1/2/85 12/15/82 2/28/83

Clemson Offensive Rebounds Since 1986-87 Rk. Off. Total Name Site 1. 12 20 Jackie Farmer N1 2. 11 16 Jackie Farmer A 3. 10 16 Michelle Bryant A 10 15 Jackie Farmer H 10 16 Jackie Farmer A 10 19 Jackie Farmer H N1-Kansas State Invitational, Manhattan, KS

Opponent Alabama State N.C. State Georgia Tech Augusta Wake Forest Providence

Date 11/24/90 2/21/90 2/22/89 12/15/90 1/21/91 3/16/91

Opponent Offensive Rebounds Since 1986-87 Rk. Off. Total Name Site 1. 10 17 Cheron Taylor H 10 16 Sharon Manning H 10 16 Alvine Mendeng H 10 14 Sonja Mallory A 5. 9 14 Kerri Hobbs A 9 17 Kristi Bahner A 9 13 Jenny Mitchell A 9 15 Jessie Hicks H 9 13 Branka Bogunovic A 9 15 Teresa Jenkins H 9 15 Shala Reese A 9 18 Khadijah Whittington A 9 14 Laura Menty N1 N1-Coors Classic, Boulder, CO

Opponent Pittsburgh N.C. State N.C. State Georgia Tech N.C. State Kansas State Wake Forest Maryland Maryland Florida A&M W. Kentucky N.C. State Siena

Date 12/11/04 1/2/91 2/20/03 1/21/03 2/21/90 11/25/90 1/21/91 2/15/92 1/28/99 3/12/99 1/29/02 2/8/07 11/24/07

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Individual Game Records Clemson Individual Assists Rk. No. Name Site Opponent 1. 17 Drema Greer H Wake Forest 2. 15 Susan Fehling N1 Wyoming 3. 14 Drema Greer A Wake Forest 14 Melinda Ashworth H Auburn 14 Susan Fehling N2 Southern Mississippi 6. 13 Drema Greer N3 Duke 13 Denise Marshall N4 S.F. Austin 13 Alex Stewart A Georgia Tech 13 Tasha Taylor H Savannah State N1-Giusti Tournament, Portland, OR N2-Georgia Southern Tournament, Statesville, GA N3-ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC N4-Plainview Queens Classic, Plainview, TX

Opponent Individual Steals Date 1/17/79 12/17/84 12/5/77 1/15/83 11/27/87 2/8/79 11/26/83 1/23/03 12/23/05

Opponent Individual Assists Rk. No. Name Site 1. 14 Sharon Autry N1 14 Mindy Ballou A 3. 13 Scooter Delorme N2 13 Jasmina Perazic N3 13 Val Leitzen N4 13 Cristina Ciocan H 7. 12 Carla Hillman A 12 Nancy Lieberman A N1-SCAIAW Tournament, Spartanburg, SC N2-AIAW Region Game, Aiken, SC N3-ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC N4-Minnesota Classic, Minneapolis, MN

Opponent South Carolina South Carolina Charleston Maryland Northern Illinois South Carolina N.C. State Old Dominon

Date 3/1/79 2/3/86 3/3/78 2/28/82 11/29/86 11/21/03 1/3/87 11/30/79

Clemson Individual Blocked Shots Rk. No. 1. 10 2. 8 8 4. 7 7 7 7 8. 6 6 6 6

Name Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Khaili Sanders Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Lakeia Stokes Peggy Caple Barbara Kennedy Jackie Farmer Jaci Stimson

Site H H A A H H A A H A H

Opponent Kansas State Maryland Furman Auburn Virginia Wake Forest Alaska-Anchroage Nebraska Virginia DePaul Austin Peay

Date 1/5/83 12/11/82 11/30/05 2/8/82 2/23/83 1/30/85 11/26/03 11/24/84 2/13/82 11/24/89 3/16/96

Opponent Individual Blocked Shots Rk. No. Name 1. 9 Allison Echols 2. 7 Wanda Pittman 3. 6 Kris Kirchner 6 Katrina McClain 6 Anne Donovan 6 Dawn Royster 6 Ieva Kublina N1-Buckeye Classic, Columbus, OH

Site H A A N1 H H A

Opponent Georgia Tech S.C. State Maryland Georgia Old Dominion North Carolina Virginia Tech

Date 1/18/89 1/29/87 1/16/80 12/30/83 2/10/81 1/2/85 1/3/02

Clemson Individual Steals Rk. No. 1. 9 9 9 9 5. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Name Drema Greer Debra Buford Sheila Cobb Ramona O’Neal Ramona O’Neal Debra Buford Peggy Caple Courtney Johnson Renee Rayton Lele Hardy Lele Hardy

Site A H H A H H A H H A H

Opponent South Carolina N.C. State Mercer Virginia Morehead State Duke North Carolina Charleston Winthrop Vanderbilt Maine

Date 12/6/78 1/18/79 1/23/80 2/14/87 12/10/88 1/11/78 1/24/85 12/2/89 1/18/94 12/3/06 11/9/07

Rk. No. Name Site 1. 10 Pam Leake A 2. 8 Myra Waters A 8 Nikita Bell A 8 Lisa Willis A 5. 7 Pearl Moore H 7 Anita Malone H 7 Sharon Rivers A 7 Donna Holt A 7 Taiqua Brittingham H 7 Camille Ratledge A 7 Carla Holmes H 7 Tiffany Martin H 7 Kathy Dortch H 7 Sherill Baker N1 7 Alex Tchangoue A N1-Russell Athletic Shootout, Duluth, GA

Opponent North Carolina Maryland North Carolina UCLA Francis Marion Georgia Tech South Carolina Virginia Virginia Tech Florida Maryland Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Wake Forest

Date 1/24/85 1/16/80 2/16/03 11/24/04 12/9/78 12/14/81 12/8/82 2/20/85 12/29/84 12/15/86 1/6/89 2/25/96 2/8/97 2/13/05 2/8/09

Clemson’s 20-20 Club 20 Points and 20 Rebounds in the same game Pts Reb Name Site Opponent 29 22 Janet Forester A South Carolina 25 20 Donna Forester H Appalachian State 30 21 Barbara Kennedy H Wake Forest 25 20 Barbara Kennedy N1 Missouri 22 21 Barbara Kennedy N2 Miami 39 22 Barbara Kennedy H Tenn.-Chattanooga 33 21 Barbara Kennedy N3 North Carolina 27 20 Jackie Farmer N4 Alabama State N1-Plainview Queens Clasic, Plainview, TX N2-South Florida Invitational, Tampa, FL N3-ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC N4-Kansas State Invitational, Manhattan, KS

Date 1/10/76 12/17/77 2/12/81 11/28/81 12/19/81 1/30/82 2/27/82 11/27/90

Opponent’s 20-20 Club 20 Points and 20 Rebounds in the same game Pts Reb Name Site Opponent 22 22 Wanda Randolf N1 Pittsburgh 25 22 Emma Mumphrey H Mercer 26 21 Sandra Butler A Mississippi State 25 21 Dawn Royster H North Carolina 41 20 Janet Harris H Georgia 29 20 Janet Harris A Georgia N1-Carolina Christmas Classic, Chapel Hill, NC

Date 12/21/78 1/23/80 12/15/83 1/2/85 12/15/82 2/28/83

Double Figures In Scoring And Assists In A Single Game By A Clemson Player Player Date Opponent Drema Greer 12/17/77 H-Appalachian St. Bobbie Mims 2/5/77 A-Charleston Southern 2/26/77 H-Gardner Webb 12/5/79 H-Louisville 1/12/80 H-Miss. Univ. for Women Jenny Lyerly 1/16/82 H-Francis Marion Denise Marshall 11/26/83 N1-Stephen F. Austin 1/23/84 H-Pittsburgh 3/22/84 N1-Illinois State Melinda Ashworth 2/15/86 H-North Carolina Nickey Lynch 12/20/86 H-Alabama Becky Hollaway 1/4/89 H-N.C. State 2/18/89 A-Virginia 2/27/89 H-DePaul Ramona O’Neal 1/6/89 H-Maryland Cheron Wells 1/15/92 H-Florida State 2/12/92 HSouth Carolina Itoro Umoh 1/11/98 H-Maryland 12/2/98 H-N.C. State 1/7/99 H-Florida State 1/17/99 H-Wake Forest Tasha Taylor 2/24/05 H-Georgia Tech 11/26/05 A-Memphis 12/23/05 H-Savannah State Lele Hardy 11/14/07 H-Duquesne N1-Wayland Baptist Classic, Plainview, TX N2-NWIT, Amarillo, TX

Points Assists 13 11 18 11 20 12 10 10 18 11 10 10 19 13 10 10 16 11 14 10 16 10 11 10 17 10 20 10 17 10 24 10 12 12 12 11 27 10 15 11 12 10 13 10 14 12 15 13 13 10


Miscellaneous Game Records Most 20-Point Scorers In A Single Game By Clemson No. 3 3 3 3 3

Opponent S.C. State Duke N.C. State Georgia Tech Georgia Tech

Site Clemson,SC Clemson, SC Clemson, SC Atlanta, GA Clemson, SC

Date 2/16/77 1/11/78 2/24/84 1/9/85 1/27/88

Scorers Bobbie Mims 22, Donna Forester 21, Janet Forester 20 Debra Buford 23, Donna Forester 22, Cissy Bristol 20 Janet Knight 22, Julie Larson 21, Jackie Jones 20 Melinda Ashworth 22, Peggy Caple 22, Janet Knight 20 Karen Ann Jenkins 24, Louise Greenwood 20, Cheryl Nix 20

Most Double-Figure Scorers In A Single Game By Clemson No. Opponent Site Date 7 Gardner-Webb Clemson, SC 2/26/77

Scorers Donna Forester 22, Bobbie Mims 20, Susan Reynolds 18, Sally Black 14, Janet Forester 13, Imani Wilson 11, Sandy Ruff 10

Triple-Double By A Clemson Player Player Peggy Caple Itoro Umoh

Opponent Kansas State Wake Forest

Date 1/5/1983 1/17/1999

Statistic 19 Points, 10 Rebounds, 10 Blocked Shots 12 Points, 11 Rebounds, 10 Assists

Most Points Scored By A Clemson Player Coming Off The Bench

Date 3/18/96 2/27/98 1/5/84 3/3/91 3/5/83 12/2/78 1/17/79

Points 28 points 28 points 27 points 26 points 25 points 24 points 24 points

Player Amy Geren Natasha Anderson Jacqui Jones Cheron Wells Debbie Oraczewski Gretchen Becker Cissy Bristol

Date 1/10/76 12/4/76 1/26/77 2/9/77 2/12/77 1/17/79 1/23/80 1/4/81 12/5/81 2/13/83 3/4/83 2/4/84 11/29/85 11/29/86 2/22/89 3/3/91 1/4/97 1/2/99

Opponent South Carolina Baptist Furman Davidson Columbia College Wake Forest Mercer California National College Detroit Duke N.C. State Cleveland State Northern Illinois Georgia Tech Virginia Virginia Virginia

Opponent S.F. Austin Florida State Virginia Virginia N.C. State Mercer Wake Forest

Site Clemson, SC Charlotte, NC Charlottesville, VA Charlottesville, VA Fayetteville,NC Macon, GA Clemson, SC

Three Double-Figure Rebounders In A Single Game By Clemson Site Columbia, SC Clemson, SC Greenville, SC Davidson, NC Columbia, SC Clemson, SC Clemson, SC Berkeley, CA Pittsburgh, PA Greenville, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Lexington, KY Minneapolis, MN Atlanta, GA Fayetteville, NC Charlottesville, VA Clemson, SC

Players Doll Eadon 10, Janet Forester 22, Cookie Blackney 25 Janet Forester 17, Donna Forester 10, Susan Reynolds 17 Kathy Wilson 10, Donna Forester 12, Bobbie Mims 13 Janet Forester 11, Kathy Wilson 11, Donna Forester 12 Janet Forester 11, Donna Forester 25, Bobbie Mims 10 Barbara Kennedy 12, Michelle McMillan 10, Debra Buford 13 Barbara Kennedy 11, Sheila Cobb 14, Debra Buford 10 Debra Buford 10, Annette Wise 22, Barbara Kennedy 15 Barbara Kennedy 17, Peggy Caple 17, Mary Anne Cubelic 11 Janet Knight 12, Peggy Caple 10, Jacqui Jones 10 Jacqui Jones 11, Janet Knight 11, Peggy Caple 11 Janet Knight 10, Peggy Caple 16, Julie Larson 11 Louise Greenwood 12, Karen-Ann Jenkins 14, Julie Brickley 10 Julie Brickley 15, Karen-Ann Jenkins 13, Ramona O’Neal 12 Michelle Bryant 16, Louise Greenwood 11, Ramona O’Neal 10 Shandy Bryan 10, Jackie Farmer 13, Cheron Wells 10 Natasha Anderson 10, Itoro Umoh 11, Laura Cottrell 11 Joanie Mungro 12, Natasha Anderson 11, Itoro Umoh 10

Most Points Scored By A Clemson Player In Overtime Player Jaci Stimson

Date 2/20/95

Opponent Duke

Location Durham, NC

Points 9

Most Points Scored By A Clemson Player In A Single Half

Player Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy

Date 2/24/79 1/30/82 1/12/82 2/6/82 3/12/82

Points 28 26 23 23 22

Half 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd

Site H H A A A

Opponent Claflin Tenn.-Chattanooga Maryland South Carolina Penn State

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Individual Game Records Clemson Team Field Goal Attempts Rk. No. Made 1. 113 64 2. 107 43 3. 96 42 4. 95 42 5. 94 48 6. 93 42 7. 92 50 92 35 9. 91 49 91 49 91 48 91 38

Site H H H H H H H A H H H H

Opponent Gardner-Webb Baptist Appalachian State Winthrop Erskine Berry College Duke Cal-Berkeley Appalachian State Wake Forest Claflin S.C. State

Date 2/26/77 12/4/76 12/2/81 1/29/77 2/17/82 12/8/79 1/9/80 1/4/81 12/17/77 1/17/79 2/24/79 12/2/87

Opponent Field Goal Attempts

The 1976-77 team scored 136 points against Gardner-Webb, which still stands as the most for a Clemson team in history.

Clemson Team Scoring Rk. Pts. Site Opponent Opp. Score Date 1. 136 H Gardner-Webb 39 2/26/77 2. 118 H Francis Marion 64 12/9/78 118 H Duke 59 1/11/78 4. 113 H Charleston Southern 48 11/30/91 5. 112 H Claflin 53 2/24/79 6. 111 H Wake Forest 59 1/17/79 111 H Duke 56 1/9/80 8. 110 A Appalachian State 81 12/5/77 110 N1 Western Kentucky 106 3/24/84 10. 109 N2 Mercer 66 12/20/77 N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX; N2-Carolina Christmas Classic, Chapel Hill, NC

Opponent Highest Scoring Halves Rk. Pts. Site 1. 63 A 2. 61 A 3. 60 H 4. 59 A 59 A 6. 58 A 7. 57 A 57 A 57 A 10. 56 A 56 A 56 A 56 H

Opponent Team Scoring Rk. Pts. Site Opponent CU Score 1. 112 A Old Dominion 58 2. 110 A Maryland 46 3. 106 N1 Western Kentucky 110 4. 105 N2 High Point 78 105 H N.C.State 104 105 A Georgia 64 105 A Duke 53 8. 103 N3 N.C. State 87 9. 102 A Duke 45 102 A North Carolina 61 N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX; N2-AIAW Region ll Tournament, Covington, KY; N3-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC

Date 11/30/79 1/6/08 3/24/84 3/13/76 2/4/84 2/28/83 2/5/07 3/5/83 2/27/04 1/6/06

Clemson Highest Scoring Halves Rk. Pts. Site 1. 69 H 2. 67 H 3. 64 H 64 H 5. 63 H 63 H 7. 62 H 62 H 9. 61 H 61 H

Opponent Gardner Webb Gardner Webb Charleston So. Francis Marion Duke Charleston So. Erskine Duke Claflin Wofford

Half 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st

CU-Opp Date 136-39 2/26/77 136-39 2/26/77 104-36 12/4/76 118-64 12/9/78 111-56 1/9/80 113-48 11/30/91 89-57 2/23/78 118-59 1/11/78 112-53 2/24/79 101-59 11/20/98

Opponent Maryland North Carolina North Carolina Anderson Georgia Maryland Charleston N.C. State Duke Duke N.C. State N.C. State South Alabama

Half 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

CU-Opp 76-95 102-61 65-100 55-89 64-105 46-110 82-91 67-99 77-86 42-92 65-94 72-87 86-95

Date 1/12/82 1/6/06 1/11/07 2/16/76 2/28/83 1/6/08 1/23/78 2/9/83 1/14/99 1/28/01 2/9/79 2/6/85 2/18/87

Clemson Team Field Goals Rk. 1. 2. 3. 6. 8. 10.

No 64 52 50 50 50 49 49 48 48 47

Att 113 85 86 90 92 91 91 91 94 79

Site H H H A H H H H H A

Opponent Gardner-Webb Duke Francis Marion Wake Forest Duke Appalachian State Wake Forest Claflin Erskine Wake Forest

Date 2/26/77 1/11/78 12/9/78 12/1/79 1/9/80 12/17/77 1/17/79 2/24/79 2/17/82 12/5/77

Opponent Team Field Goals Rk. No. Att Site 1. 48 73 A 2. 42 92 H 42 86 N1 42 80 A 5. 41 69 A 41 74 A 41 66 A 8. 40 83 A 40 77 A 40 70 A 40 71 A 40 68 A N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX

Opponent Maryland N.C.State Western Kentucky Georgia Louisiana Tech NC-State Maryland S.C. State South Carolina Penn State Maryland Georgia

Date 1/12/82 2/4/84 3/24/84 2/28/83 1/10/83 2/9/83 1/6/08 1/26/80 2/6/82 3/12/82 1/12/87 2/7/91

Rk. No. Made Site Opponent 1. 103 33 H S.C. State 2. 102 25 H Yale 3. 97 31 N1 Claflin 4. 93 30 N2 Cleveland State 5. 92 37 N3 Pittsburgh 92 42 H N.C.State 7. 87 35 N3 East Carolina 87 25 H Georgia State 9. 86 38 A S.C.State 86 18 H Gardner-Webb 86 30 A North Carolina 86 42 N4 Western Kentucky 86 37 A North Carolina N1-SCAIAW Tournament, Charleston, SC; N2-Kentucky Invitational, Lexington, KY; N3-Carolina Christmas Classic, Chapel Hill, NC; N4-NWIT, Amarillo, TX

Date 2/16/77 1/13/78 3/4/77 11/30/85 12/21/78 2/4/84 12/21/79 2/2/85 2/15/78 2/26/77 1/28/78 3/24/84 2/8/01

Top Clemson Field Goal Percentage Rk. Pct. FG-FGA Site 1. .642 43-67 A 2. .625 35-56 A 3. .612 52-85 A 4. .609 42-69 H 5. .607 37-61 N1 6. .606 40-66 A 7. .603 44-73 N1 .603 35-58 H 9. .597 46-77 H .597 37-62 A N1-NWIT Amarillo, TX

Opponent Date Nebraska 11/24/84 Duke 1/28/94 Duke 1/11/78 Lander 2/13/78 Western Kentucky 2/24/84 Duke 1/10/92 East Tenn. State 3/25/95 Furman 12/14/02 Presbyterian 12/4/85 North Carolina 1/22/86

Top Opponent Field Goal Percentage Rk. Pct. FG-FGA Site Opponent 1. .658 48-73 H Maryland 2. .649 24-37 H Wake Forest 3. .627 40-66 H Virginia 4. .622 33-53 H Wake Forest 5. .621 41-66 A Maryland 6. .617 29-47 H Maryland 7. .615 32-52 H Maryland 8. .610 36-59 A South Carolina 9. .607 34-56 N1 N.C. State 10. .603 38-63 H North Carolina N1-ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, SC

Date 1/12/87 1/16/88 2/22/92 1/14/89 1/6/08 1/11/91 1/14/88 12/9/89 3/7/92 1/17/87

Clemson Field Goal Percentage In Single Half Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Pct. Site .737 H .731 A .696 H .689 N1 .686 A .680 H .677 A

Opponent Presbyterian Georgia Tech Claflin Western Kentucky Nebraska Duke Maryland

Half FG-FGA 1st 28-38 2nd 9-26 2nd 23-33 2nd 20-29 2nd 24-35 2nd 17-25 2nd 21-31

Date 12/4/85 2/22/98 12/7/77 3/24/84 11/24/84 2/16/97 2/10/96


Miscellaneous Game Records 8. .667 H Col. of Charleston 1st .667 N2 Middle Tennessee 2nd .667 A James Madison 2nd .667 N3 North Carolina 2nd N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX; N2-Kentucky Invitational, Lexington, KY; N3-ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, SC

20-30 2/23/80 20-30 11/29/85 16-24 3/18/88 12-18 3/1/96

Opponent Field Goal Percentage In Single Half

Rk. Pct. Site Opponent Half FG-FGA Date 1. .762 N1 Indiana 1st 16-21 12/20/79 2. .742 A Maryland 2nd 23-31 1/12/82 3. .733 A Maryland 2nd 22-30 1/6/08 4. .708 H Maryland 2nd 17-24 1/11/91 5. .704 A Virginia 2nd 19-27 2/20/93 6. .696 H South Carolina 1st 16-23 12/12/81 7. .692 H South Carolina 2nd 18-26 12/6/86 8. .684 H Maryland 2nd 13-19 2/22/97 9. .682 A AL-Birmingham 1st 15-22 1/6/87 .682 A Xavier 1st 15-22 3/18/01 .682 A Georgia Tech 1st 15-22 1/26/02 N1-North Carolina Christmas Classic, Chapel Hill, NC

Worst Clemson Field Goal Percentage Rk. Pct. FG-FGA Site Opponent 1. .204 10-49 A Connecticut 2. .214 15-70 H Florida State 3. .224 19-85 N1 Tennessee 4. .231 15-65 H Duke 5. .232 16-69 H South Carolina 6. .243 18-74 A Wake Forest .243 17-70 A North Carolina 8. .254 16-63 N2 Marshall 9. .258 16-62 A North Carolina 10. .259 14-54 H North Carolina N1-AIAW Region ll Tournament, Covington KY; N2-Bahamas Shootout, Nassau, Bahamas

Date 3/19/00 1/20/08 3/10/77 2/21/00 12/22/07 1/10/87 2/7/08 12/21/02 1/4/04 2/5/04

Worst Opponent Field Goal Percentage Rk. Pct. FG-FGA Site 1. .122 5-41 A 2. .157 8-51 A 3. .203 13-64 H .203 15-74 H 5. .206 14-68 H 6. .209 18-86 H 7. .211 8-38 H 8. .212 18-85 H 9. .214 12-56 N1 10. .217 13-60 H N1-Myrtle Beach, SC

Opponent Western Carolina College of Charleston Western Carolina Pittsburgh Baptist Gardner-Webb UNC-Asheville Columbia College New Orleans Alabama State

Date 12/4/95 1/6/95 11/30/94 12/11/04 12/4/76 2/26/77 11/14/98 12/1/76 12/20/97 1/20/9

Clemson Team Three-Point Field Goals Rk. No. Att Site Opponent Date 1. 11 20 A Furman 11/27/91 11 17 H N.C. State 2/8/92 11 16 H Furman 12/14/02 11 26 H South Carolina 11/21/03 5. 10 21 A Georgia Tech 1/26/02 10 26 A South Carolina 12/3/04 10 21 H Maryland 2/6/05 10 23 H Wagner 12/18/05 9. several games with 9 made three-point field goals

Opponent Team Three-Point Field Goals Rk. No. Att Site Opponent 1. 16 30 A Wake Forest 2. 15 27 A Youngstown State 3. 14 33 N1 Providence 14 38 H Youngstown 5. 13 26 H North Carolina 13 26 A San Diego 13 36 A Wake Forest 8. 12 18 A Xavier 12 24 A Memphis 12 29 H San Diego N1-Northern Lights Invitational, Anchorage, AK

Date 2/12/06 12/19/03 12/20/94 12/19/03 1/13/02 11/26/04 1/23/05 3/18/01 11/26/05 12/11/05

Clemson Team Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Rk. No. Made Site 1. 27 9 A 2. 26 11 H 26 10 A 4. 25 5 N1 25 6 H 6. 24 7 H 24 9 A 24 9 A N1-Myrtle Beach, SC

Opponent Youngstown State South Carolina South Carolina Penn State UNC-Greensboro Maryland San Diego Furman

Date 12/19/03 11/21/03 12/3/04 12/19/99 12/30/99 1/6/93 11/26/04 11/30/05

Opponent Team Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Rk. No. Made Site Opponent 1. 38 14 H South Carolina 2. 36 4 H Georgia Tech 36 13 A Wake Forest 4. 34 7 H Mississippi 34 10 A Chattanooga 6. 33 14 N1 Providence 33 10 H UNC-Charlotte 8. 31 11 A South Carolina 9. 30 5 A Wake Forest 30 11 H Wake Forest 30 16 A Wake Forest N1-Northern Lights Invitational, Anchorage, AK

Date 11/21/03 2/18/04 1/23/05 11/22/99 11/17/07 12/20/94 3/17/04 12/3/04 2/22/04 1/15/06 2/12/06

Top Clemson Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Minimum 10 Attempts) Rk. Pct. FG-FGA Site Opponent Date 1. .750 9-12 N1 Pacific 3/24/95 2. .688 11-16 H Furman 12/14/02 3. .647 11-17 H N.C. State 2/8/92 4. .643 9-14 H Virginia 2/25/07 5. .636 7-11 A Florida State 12/16/97 .636 7-11 H Wofford 11/20/99 7. .615 8-13 N2 Duke 2/28/99 8. several games tied with a .600 percentage N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX; N2-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC

Top Opponent Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Minimum 10 Attempts) Rk. Pct. FG-FGA Site Opponent 1. .727 8-11 A Wake Forest 2. .700 7-10 A Middle-Tennessee 3. .667 12-18 A Xavier 4. .615 8-13 A Penn State 5. .600 9-15 A Rutgers .600 9-15 A Furman 7. .583 7-12 N1 N.C. State .583 7-12 A Maryland 9. .579 11-19 H Maryland 10. .556 15-27 A Youngstown State N1-ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, SC

Date 1/2/97 12/3/88 3/18/01 12/18/01 12/29/92 12/4/98 3/7/92 1/29/04 2/6/05 12/19/03

Clemson Team Free Throws Made

The 1994-95 Lady Tigers held the College of Charleston to just eight field goals.

Rk. No. Att Site Opponent 1. 38 44 A N.C. State 2. 36 51 N1 Western Kentucky 3. 35 41 H Virginia 4. 33 57 N2 Duke 5. 32 42 H N.C.State 6. 31 41 N2 Georgia Tech 31 38 H Wake Forest 8. 30 43 A North Carolina 30 40 H S.C. State 30 37 H Virginia N1-NWIT, Amarillo, TX; N2-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC

Date 1/5/01 3/24/84 1/11/86 3/3/90 12/11/76 3/4/89 2/21/87 2/24/90 1/30/91 1/2/03

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Team Game Records Opponent Team Free Throws Made Rk. No. Att Site Opponent Date 1. 41 49 A Rutgers 3/18/81 41 50 N1 South Carolina 3/1/80 3. 40 53 N2 Penn State 12/30/93 4. 37 49 N3 Valdosta State 11/23/79 5. 36 45 A Old Dominion 11/30/79 36 50 A Georgia Tech 1/26/02 36 49 A California 12/20/90 8. 33 38 H Alabama-Birmingham 1/17/82 33 37 H Tennessee Tech 11/18/05 10. 32 43 N4 Duke 3/4/83 32 44 H Georgia Tech 2/5/83 32 44 N5 Western Kentucky 11/27/94 32 42 N6 New Orleans 12/20/98 32 40 N7 Furman 11/14/08 N1-SCAIAW Tournament, Florence, SC; N2-Hilton Head Tournament, Hilton Head, SC; N3-Tennessee Tech Invitational, Cookeville, TN; N4-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC; N5-Murfreesboro, TN; N6-Myrtle Beach, SC; N7- Timmons Arena, Greenville, SC

Clemson Team Free Throw Attempts Rk. No. Made Site Opponent 1. 57 33 N1 Duke 2. 51 36 N2 Western Kentucky 3. 46 28 H East Carolina 4. 44 38 A N.C. State 5. 43 28 A Mississippi State 43 30 A North Carolina 7. 42 28 H Virginia 42 32 H N. C. State 42 29 N3 North Carolina 10. 41 31 N1 Georgia Tech 41 35 H Virginia 41 26 H Virginia N1-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC; N2-NWIT, Amarillo, TX; N3-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC

Date 3/3/90 3/24/84 11/16/01 1/5/01 12/15/83 2/24/90 2/23/83 12/11/76 3/1/99 3/4/89 1/11/86 1/2/99

Opponent Team Free Throw Attempts Rk. No. Made Site Opponent 1. 53 40 N1 Penn State 2. 50 41 N2 South Carolina 50 36 A Georgia Tech 4. 49 41 A Rutgers 49 27 A Mercer 49 37 N3 Valdosta State 49 36 A California 8. 48 29 N4 North Carolina 9. 47 30 A North Carolina 10. 46 29 A N.C. State 46 31 A North Carolina N1-Hilton Head Tournament, Hilton Head, SC; N2-SCAIAW Tournament, Florence, SC; N3-Tennessee Tech Invitational, Cookeville, TN; N4-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC

Date 12/30/93 3/1/80 1/26/02 3/18/81 3/21/81 11/23/79 12/20/90 3/1/98 1/13/96 1/28/80 2/15/95

Clemson Team Free Throw Percentage (Minimum of 15 Attempts) Rk. Pct. Made-Att Site Opponent 1. .952 20-21 H Wake Forest 2. .947 18-19 A Tennessee .947 18-19 N1 Georgia Tech 4. .941 16-17 A Georgia Tech 5. .933 14-15 A Erskine .933 14-15 N1 Maryland .933 14-15 H North Carolina 8. .913 21-23 A Wake Forest 9. .900 9-10 N2 Wyoming 10. .897 26-29 H S.C. State N1-ACC Tournament, Greensboro, NC; N2-Guisti Tournament, Portland, OR;

Date 1/15/06 1/21/82 3/5/09 1/26/02 1/21/77 3/7/03 1/8/09 2/11/01 12/17/84 12/29/94

Opponent Team Free Throw Percentage (Minimum of 15 Attempts) Rk. No. Made-Att Site Opponent 1. 1.000 20-20 A Alabama 2. .955 21-22 A North Carolina 3. .950 19-20 A Wake Forest 4. .947 18-19 H N.C. State 5. .944 17-18 N1 North Carolina 6. .941 16-17 H South Carolina 7. .938 15-16 H South Carolina .938 15-16 H Georgia Tech 9. .926 25-27 H N.C. State 10. .909 30-33 N2 Virginia .909 20-22 N3 Siena N1-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC; N2-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC; N3-Coors Classic, Boulder, CO

Date 12/19/92 2/26/83 1/23/05 2/4/01 3/1/99 1/2/06 1/28/89 1/7/07 1/7/83 3/1/97 11/24/07

The 1982-83 Clemson team shot 42 free throws against Virginia on Feb. 23 and converted 28 of them to defeat the Cavaliers by two.

Clemson Team Worst Free Throw Percentage Rk. Pct. Made-Att Site Opponent 1. .000 0-2 H Erskine .000 0-5 H Georgia Southern 3. .143 1-7 N1 Duke 4. .286 4-14 H Duke .286 2-7 A Virginia Tech 6. .300 3-10 A N.C. State 7. .308 4-13 A Duke 8. .333 2-6 N2 Wright State .333 3-9 H Maryland .333 2-6 A SC State .333 4-12 H South Carolina N1-ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC; N2-South Florida Tournament, Tampa, FL

Date 2/1/77 2/1/89 2/8/79 12/1/82 2/9/06 2/27/79 1/4/88 12/20/91 1/15/86 1/29/87 1/8/90

Opponent Team Worst Free Throw Percentage Rk. Pct. Made-Att Site Opponent Date 1. .240 6-25 H Coppin State 12/11/93 2. .250 1-4 H South Carolina 12/3/83 3. .267 4-15 H Alabama State 1/20/93 4. .272 3-11 H Jackson State 11/29/82 5. .278 5-18 H Western Carolina 12/4/93 6. .313 5-16 A S.C. State 2/15/78 7. .316 6-19 N1 Claflin 3/4/77 .316 6-19 H Maryland 12/5/99 9. .333 4-12 N2 Morehead State 3/22/77 .333 6-18 H Georgia State 1/4/78 .333 3-9 H North Carolina 2/19/92 N1-SCAIAW Tournament, Charleston, SC; N2-AIAW-Region II Tournament, Memphis, TN

Top Clemson Team Rebounds Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 88 H Gardner-Webb 2. 85 H Baptist 3. 80 H Columbia College 4. 75 A Columbia College 5. 72 A Furman 72 N1 National 72 N2 Cleveland State 8. 69 H Claflin 69 H Appalachian State 9. 68 H Yale 68 H Wake Forest N1-Pitt Classic, Pittsburgh, PA; N2-Kentucky Invitational Lexington, KY

Date 2/26/77 12/4/76 12/1/76 2/12/77 1/26/77 12/5/81 11/30/85 2/24/78 12/17/77 1/13/78 1/28/81

Top Opponent Rebounds Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 78 68 64 63 62 62

Site A N1 A A H H

Opponent Tennessee Claflin Mississippi State Columbia College Virginia Georgia State

Date 3/19/94 3/4/77 12/15/83 2/12/77 2/23/83 2/2/85

62 A South Carolina 8. 61 H S.C. State 61 H Yale 61 A Virginia N1-SCAIAW Tournament, Charleston, SC

11/20/06 2/16/77 1/13/78 2/14/87

Fewest Clemson Team Rebounds Rk. 1. 2. 3. 7.

No. 17 21 22 22 22 22 23 23 23 23

Site A A A A A H A A A A

Opponent Massachusetts Virginia Maryland Duke Georgia Tech Boston College N.C. State Duke Duke Duke

Date 11/25/01 1/31/99 3/1/94 1/28/01 1/26/02 1/28/08 2/9/83 1/16/00 2/10/02 2/5/07

Fewest Opponent Team Rebounds Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 16 H Winthrop 2. 20 H Florida State 3. 21 A Florida State 4. 22 N1 Indiana 5. 23 H Maryland 23 H UNC-Asheville 7. 24 A James Madison 24 A Winthrop 24 H College of Charleston 10. 25 N2 Missouri 25 H South Caroina 25 H Florida State N1-Carolina Christmas Classic, Chapel Hill, NC; N2-Plainview Queens Classic, Plainview, TX

Date 12/5/02 2/7/94 1/27/00 12/20/79 2/7/96 11/14/98 3/19/88 12/30/00 12/1/90 11/28/81 2/25/85 1/11/97

Clemson Rebound Margin Rk. No. CU-Opp. Site Opponent 1. +51 88-37 H Gardner-Webb 2. +43 85-42 H Baptist 3. +36 66-30 H Francis Marion +36 66-30 H Providence 5. +35 80-45 H Columbia +35 72-37 N1 Cleveland State 7. +34 69-35 H Appalachian State +34 72-38 N2 National 9. +32 55-23 H UNC-Asheville 10. +31 67-36 H Duke +31 67-36 A Wake Forest N1-Kentucky Invitational, Lexington, KY; N2-Pittsburgh Classic, Pittsburgh, PA

Date 2/26/77 12/4/76 12/9/78 3/16/91 12/1/76 11/30/85 12/17/77 12/5/81 11/14/98 1/9/80 12/5/77


Team Game Records Opponent Rebound Margin Rk. No. CU-Opp. Site Opponent 1. +28 23-51 A Duke 2. +27 35-62 A South Carolina 3. +26 33-59 N1 North Carolina 4. +25 31-56 H Kansas State +25 29-54 A Tennessee +25 23-48 A N.C. State 7. +24 37-61 A Virginia +24 24-48 H Duke 9. +23 34-57 A N.C. State +23 50-27 A Georgia Tech N1- ACC Tournament, Greensoro, NC;

Clemson Turnovers Date 2/5/07 11/20/06 3/6/09 1/5/83 3/8/79 2/9/83 2/14/87 1/10/02 2/27/79 1/23/03

Clemson Offensive Rebounds Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 34 A Furman 2. 31 A Furman 3. 30 A S.C. State 4. 29 A Furman 29 A Florida State 6. 28 N1 Duke 28 H Providence 28 H N.C. State 9. 27 H S.C. State 27 A Duke 27 H Furman N1-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC;

Date 12/4/97 11/27/91 12/4/91 12/2/92 2/19/97 3/3/90 3/16/91 1/3/93 12/2/87 2/26/90 11/18/98

No. 45 39 39 38 38 38 37 36

Clemson Team Assists Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 36 A Furman 2. 35 H Gardner-Webb 35 H Wake Forest 4. 34 H Claflin 34 A Baptist 6. 33 H South Carolina 33 H Virginia Tech 33 H S. C. State 9. 32 H Erskine 10. 31 N1 UNC-Charlotte N1-South Florida Invitational, Tampa FL

Date 1/26/87 2/26/77 1/17/79 2/24/79 2/5/77 1/24/83 12/29/84 12/29/94 2/17/82 12/18/81

Opponent Team Assists Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 36 A Old Dominion 2. 33 H Carson-Newman 33 A N.C.State 4. 32 A Maryland 5. 30 A Duke 6. 29 A Tennessee 7. 28 A Wake Forest 28 N1 Maryland 28 A N.C. State 10. 27 A Georgia 27 H Louisiana Tech N1-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC

Site H H H H H H H H

Opponent Date Georgia Tech 1/31/80 Charleston So. 11/30/91 Claflin 2/24/79 Radford 1/14/91 Appalachian State 1/9/81 Texas Arlington 11/30/95 N.C. State 12/11/76 Baptist 12/4/76

Clemson Fewest Turnovers Date 12/7/07 1/2/08 2/21/90 11/29/02 2/7/02 12/11/04 1/8/06 2/20/03 11/10/06 3/7/93 1/23/03 11/11/05

Date 11/30/79 2/12/80 1/3/87 2/23/85 2/27/04 3/5/80 1/10/87 2/28/82 1/4/92 2/28/83 1/7/83

Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 12 H Georgia Tech 12 H Maryland 12 A North Carolina 4. 10 H South Carolina 5. 9 H North Carolina 9 A Virginia Tech 9 A Duke 8. 8 N1 Georgia 8 A S.C. State 8 A Virginia 8 A N.C. State 8 H Virginia 8 H Florida State N1-Ohio State Buckeye Classic, Columbus, OH

Date 1/18/89 1/12/80 2/7/08 12/22/07 1/2/85 11/27/85 2/27/04 12/30/83 1/29/87 1/31/90 1/19/91 1/2/99 1/20/08

Opponent Turnovers Rk. 1. 2. 4. 7. 8.

Opponent Offensive Rebounds Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 28 H James Madison 28 A Charlotte 3. 27 A N.C. State 27 A Western Kentucky 27 H Virginia 27 H Pittsburgh 7. 26 H Georgia Tech 8. 25 H N.C. State 25 H Arkansas 10. 24 N1 Virginia 24 A Georgia Tech 24 H Mississippi N1-ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, SC

Opponent Team Blocked Shots

Rk. No. Site Opponent Date 1. 41 H Maryland 1/12/85 2. 36 A North Carolina 1/28/78 3. 35 A Nebraska 11/24/85 35 H Tennessee 11/29/78 35 A North Carolina 2/4/05 6. 32 N1 Kansas 11/26/81 32 A UCLA 11/24/04 8. 31 A Radford 12/17/89 31 A N.C. State 1/21/89 31 A James Madison 3/19/88 31 N2 Tennessee 12/17/76 N1-Wayland Baptist Queen’s Classic, Plainview, TX; N2-Missississippi Univ. for Women’s Christmas Tournament, Columbus, MS

Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 6 H Alabama State 6 N1 Duke 3. 7 H Charleston So. 7 A North Carolina 7 H Winthrop 6. 8 A Chattanooga 8 A Mississippi 8 A Wake Forest 9. several games with 9 turnovers N1-ACC Tournament, Rock HIll, SC

Date 1/20/93 3/3/96 11/30/92 1/4/04 11/25/08 2/13/84 11/16/98 2/18/99

Date 12/15/82 2/19/96 2/12/04 3/2/84 2/28/82 12/30/93 1/18/86 2/3/86

No. 16 14 13 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11

Site A H H H H A H H H A A

Opponent Furman Kansas State South Carolina UNC-Greensboro Mississippi DePaul Maryland Yale Duke Western Carolina Alaska-Anchroage

Most Fouls By Clemson 39 vs. California, 12/20/90 39 vs. Penn State, 12/30/93 Fewest Points By Clemson 39 vs. Florida State, 1/20/08 Fewest Points By Opponent 26 by Florida State, 2/7/94 26 by UNC-Asheville, 11/14/98

Fewest Points Clemson, Second Half 15 bs. Boston College, 1/23/09 18 vs. Virginia, 2/17/90 18 vs. Florida, 12/22/96 18 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/12/05 18 vs. Maryland, 1/6/08 18 vs. Georgia, 12/22/08 Most Points Opponent, First Half 61 by North Carolina, 1/6/06 Most Points Opponent, Second Half 63 by Maryland, 1/12/82 Fewest Points Opponent, First Half 9 by Alabama St., 1/20/93

Clemson Team Blocked Shots Rk. 1. 2. 3. 6. 7.

Most Combined Points For Both Teams 216 vs. W. Kentucky (CU 110-WKY 106), 3/24/84 (OT)

Fewest Points Clemson, First Half 9 vs. Florida State, 1/20/08

Opponent Fewest Turnovers Rk. No. Site Opponent 1. 6 H Georgia 2. 8 H Duke 8 A N.C. State 4. 9 N1 North Carolina 9 N2 Maryland 9 N3 Penn State 9 H Georgia Tech 9 A South Carolina N1-ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, NC; N2-ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC; N3-Hilton Head Tournament, Hilton Head, SC

Miscellaneous Team Records

Date 11/30/05 1/5/83 11/25/97 12/30/98 11/21/05 11/24/89 12/11/82 1/13/78 1/29/90 12/4/95 11/26/03

Fewest Points Opponent, Second Half 10 by UNC-Asheville, 11/14/99

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Victory Margins Largest Overall Victories Rk. Margin 1. 97 2. 68 3. 65 65 5. 62 6. 60 60 8. 59 59 10. 57

Opponent Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern UNC-Asheville Charleston Southern Coppin State Presbyterian S.C. State Duke Claflin Alabama State

Rk. Margin 1. 97 2. 68 3. 65 65 5. 62 6. 60 60 8. 59 59 10. 57

Opponent Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern UNC-Asheville Charleston Southern Coppin State Presbyterian S.C. State Duke Claflin Alabama State

Rk. Margin 1. 56 2. 55 3. 54 4. 52 5. 47 6. 46 46 8. 45 9. 43 43

Opponent Charleston Southern Wake Forest College of Charleston Western Carolina Furman Furman Wake Forest Davidson Mercer New Orleans

Score 136-39 104-36 93-26 113-48 92-30 100-40 102-42 118-59 112-53 92-35

Largest Overall Losses Site H H H H H H H H H H

Date Feb. 26, 1977 Feb. 4, 1976 Nov. 14, 1998 Nov. 30, 1991 Dec. 11, 1993 Dec. 4, 1985 Dec. 29, 1994 Jan. 11, 1978 Jan. 24, 1979 Jan. 20, 1993

Site H H H H H H H H H H

Date Feb. 26, 1977 Feb. 4, 1976 Nov. 14, 1998 Nov. 30, 1991 Dec. 11, 1993 Dec. 4, 1985 Dec. 29, 1994 Jan. 11, 1978 Jan. 24, 1979 Jan. 20, 1993

Site A A A A A A A A A A

Date Feb. 5, 1977 Dec. 5, 1977 Jan. 5, 1995 Dec. 4, 1995 Dec. 6, 1995 Jan. 26, 1977 Dec. 1, 1979 Feb. 9, 1977 Dec. 20, 1977 Dec. 20, 1997

Rk. Margin Opponent Score Site 1. 43 Mercer 109-66 N1 43 New Orleans 101-58 N2 3. 41 East Tennessee State 107-66 N3 4. 37 UNC-Wilmington 88-51 N4 5. 36 Eastern Illinois 94-58 N5 36 Jackson State 82-46 N6 7. 33 Wisconsin 87-54 N7 8. 32 Cleveland State 104-72 N8 9. 28 Wright State 72-44 N9 28 Ohio 76-48 N10 N1 - North Carolina Christmas Classic; Chapel Hill, NC N2 - Myrtle Beach, SC N3 - NWIT; Amarillo, TX N4 - St. Peter’s Tournament; Jersey City, NJ N5 - Alabama Classic; Tuscaloosa, AL N6 - Texas-Arlington Tournament; Arlington, TX N7 - Giusti Tournament; Portland, OR N8 - Kentucky Invitational; Lexington, KY N9 - South Florida Tournament; Tampa, FL N10 - Hilton Head Tournament; Hilton Head, SC

Date Dec. 20, 1977 Dec. 20, 1997 Mar. 25, 1995 Dec. 29, 1988 Dec. 18, 1992 Dec. 18, 1995 Nov. 23, 1984 Nov. 30, 1985 Dec. 20, 1991 Dec. 29, 1993

Largest Home Victories Score 136-39 104-36 93-26 113-48 92-30 100-40 102-42 118-59 112-53 92-35

Largest Away Victories Score 103-47 108-53 81-27 80-28 77-30 97-51 104-58 83-38 109-66 101-58

Largest Neutral Victories

Rk. Margin Opponent 1. 64 Maryland 2. 57 Duke 3. 54 Old Dominion 4. 52 Duke 5. 50 Duke 6. 44 North Carolina 7. 41 Auburn 41 Georgia 41 North Carolina 10. 39 Vanderbilt N1 - Minnesota Classic; Minneapolis, MN N2 - WBCA/BTI Classic; Tempe, AZ

Score 46-110 45-102 58-112 53-105 42-92 55-99 50-91 64-105 61-102 47-86

Site A A A A A A N1 A A N2

Date Jan. 6, 2008 Feb. 27, 2004 Nov. 30, 1979 Feb. 5, 2007 Jan. 28, 2001 Feb. 4, 2005 Nov. 28, 1986 Feb. 28, 1983 Jan. 6, 2006 Nov. 12, 2005

Site H H H H H H H H H H H

Date Jan. 11, 2007 Feb. 22, 2009 Jan. 26, 2006 Feb. 28, 2008 Jan. 1, 2006 Feb. 5, 2004 Feb. 13, 2008 Dec. 15, 1982 Jan. 20, 2008 Feb. 7, 1990 Jan. 10, 2002

Site A A A A A A A A A A A

Date Jan. 6, 2008 Feb. 27, 2004 Nov. 30, 1979 Feb. 5, 2007 Jan. 28, 2001 Feb. 4, 2005 Feb. 28, 1983 Jan. 6, 2006 Mar. 1, 1994 Mar. 19, 2000 Dec. 18, 2008

Site N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7 N8 N3 N9 N10

Date Nov. 28, 1986 Nov. 12, 2005 Mar. 10, 1977 Mar. 1, 1980 Mar. 1, 1998 Nov. 24, 2000 Feb. 13, 2005 Mar. 13, 1976 Nov. 11, 2005 Mar. 4, 1991 Nov. 25, 2005

Largest Home Losses Rk. Margin 1. 35 35 3. 32 32 5. 31 31 7. 29 8. 25 9. 24 10. 23 23

Opponent North Carolina Georgia Tech Duke NC State South Carolina North Carolina Duke Georgia Florida State Georgia Duke

Rk. Margin 1. 64 2. 57 3. 54 4. 52 5. 50 6. 44 7. 41 41 9. 38 38 38

Opponent Maryland Duke Old Dominion Duke Duke North Carolina Georgia North Carolina Maryland Connecticut Dayton

Score 65-100 54-89 65-97 57-89 46-77 41-72 54-83 65-90 39-63 52-75 58-81

Largest Away Losses Score 46-110 45-102 58-112 53-105 42-92 55-99 64-105 61-102 46-84 45-83 43-81

Largest Neutral Losses Rk. Margin Opponent Score 1. 41 Auburn 50-91 2. 39 Vanderbilt 47-86 3. 38 Tennessee 46-84 4. 34 South Carolina 55-89 5. 31 North Carolina 50-81 6. 28 Tennessee 58-86 28 Georgia 60-88 8. 27 High Point 78-105 9. 24 Missouri 54-78 10. 23 NC State 61-84 23 Belmont 62-85 N1 - Minnesota Classic; Minneapolis, MN N2 - WBCA/BTI Classic; Tempe, AZ N3 - AIAW Region II Tournament; Memphis, TN N4 - SCAIAW Tournament; Florence, SC N5 - ACC Tournament; Charlotte, NC N6 - Maui Classic; Maui, HI N7 - Russell Athletic Shootout; Duluth, GA N8 - AIAW Region II Tournament; Covington, KY N9 - ACC Tournament,; Fayetteville, NC N10 - Lady Tiger Classic; Memphis, TN


Individual Season Records Points Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Pts. 908 853 811 659 611 594 571 561 547 547

Name Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Donna Forester Donna Forester Jessica Barr Tara Saunooke Shandy Bryan Mary Anne Cubelic Janet Forester

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Avg. 29.3 26.2 23.7 22.8 20.6 20.1 19.8 19.7 18.7 18.7

Name Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Janet Forester Donna Forester Janet Knight Jessica Barr Donna Forester Shandy Bryan Barbara Kennedy

Rk. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Reb. 400 400 371 366 310 306 301 298 293 285 285

Name Donna Forester Barbara Kennedy Sheila Cobb Donna Forester Peggy Caple Barbara Kennedy Janet Forester Barbara Kennedy Sandy Bishop Jackie Farmer Jackie Farmer

Rk. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Avg. 12.9 12.9 12.5 11.4 11.0 10.9 10.9 10.3 9.9 9.7

Field Goals Attempted Year 1981-82 1979-80 1980-81 1977-78 1976-77 1993-94 1994-95 1992-93 1981-82 1975-76

Scoring Average Year 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1975-76 1977-78 1984-85 1993-94 1976-77 1992-93 1978-79

FGA 760 729 722 568 529

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(Minimum 5 Field Goal Made Per Game) Pct. Name Year .574 Julie Brickley 1983-84 .562 Karen Ann Jenkins 1987-88 .560 Janet Knight 1983-84 .557 Julie Brickley 1985-86 .556 Karen Ann Jenkins 1985-86

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3FG 73 70 67 64 59

Year 1981-82 1976-77 1975-76 1977-78 1990-91 1984-85 1975-76 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

Offensive Rebounds Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Reb. 147 129 120 104 104 104

Year 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1993-94 1994-95 1998-99

Field Goals Made Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FG 392 382 348 290 245

Name Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Donna Forester Donna Forester

Rk. 1. 2. 4. 5.

Ast. 204 195 195 190 182 182

Rk. 1. 2. 5.

Avg. 6.8 6.4 6.4 6.4 6.3

Year 1981-82 1979-80 1980-81 1977-78 1976-77

Name Drema Greer Drema Greer Bobbie Mims Susan Fehling Jennie Lyerly Itoro Umoh

Name Drema Greer Vicki Burton Susan Fehling Vicki Burton Susan Fehling

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

BS 84 76 70 69 68

Name Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Jackie Farmer Peggy Caple

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Avg. 2.9 2.6 2.5 2.3 2.2

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

St. 123 106 98 95 87

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Avg. 4.0 3.4 3.3 3.0 2.6 2.6

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Min. 1160 1119 1053 1052 1094

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Avg. 36.4 36.3 36.1 35.3 34.4

Three-Point Field Goals Made Name Tara Saunooke Amy Geren Tara Saunooke Kerry Boyatt Tara Saunooke

Year 1994-95 1997-98 1993-94 1990-91 1992-93

Rk. 3FGA 1. 180 2. 176 3. 163 4. 157 5. 156

Name Tara Saunooke Amy Geren Tara Saunooke Amy Geren Kerry Boyatt

Year 1994-95 1997-98 1993-94 1998-99 1990-91

Pct. .471 .469 .458 .454 .444

Name Kerry Boyatt Tara Saunooke Marci Glenney Tara Saunooke Cheron Wells

Year 1989-90 1991-92 2001-02 1992-93 1991-92

Avg. 2.28 2.23 2.07 2.03 2.01

Name Tara Saunooke Tara Saunooke Julie Talley Tara Saunooke Amy Geren

Year 1994-95 1993-94 2005-06 1992-93 1997-98

Name Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Peggy Caple Jackie Farmer Jackie Farmer

FT 147 132 127 124 122

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FTA 197 178 175 172 161

Name Lakeia Stokes Kerry Boyatt Melinda Ashworth Barbara Kennedy Itoro Umoh

Year 2003-04 1989-90 1985-86 1981-82 1997-98

Year 2003-04 1989-90 1980-81 1981-82 1976-77

Name Ramona O’Neal Lele Hardy Lele Hardy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Lele Hardy

Year 1988-89 2008-09 2006-07 1981-82 1979-80 2007-08

Minutes Played Name Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Chrissy Floyd Chrissy Floyd Barbara Kennedy

Year 1979-80 1981-82 2002-03 2000-01 1980-81

Minutes Played Per Game

Free Throw Percentage

(Minimum 2.5 Free Throws Made Per Game) Rk. Pct. Name Year 1. .876 Amy Geren 1997-98 2. .866 Amy Geren 1995-96 3. .855 Amy Geren 1998-99 4. .846 Tara Saunooke 1994-95 5. .842 Cissy Bristol 1978-79

Year 1988-89 2008-09 2006-07 1979-80 1979-80

Steals Per Game

Free Throws Attempted Name Lakeia Stokes Kerry Boyatt Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Donna Forester

Year 1982-83 1984-85 1983-84 1990-91 1989-90

Steals Name Ramona O’Neal Lele Hardy Lele Hardy Barbara Kennedy Sheila Cobb

Free Throws Made Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1989-90 1981-82

Blocked Shots Per Game

Three-Point Field Goals Per Game Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1978-79 1975-76 1984-85 1975-76 1987-88

Blocked Shots

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1978-79 1977-78 1979-80 1987-88 1981-82 1998-99

Assists Per Game

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Year 1976-77 1981-82 1979-80 1977-78 1981-82 1980-81 1975-76 1979-80 1984-85 1989-90 1990-91

Rebound Average

(Since 1986-87) Name Jackie Farmer Jackie Farmer Michelle Bryant Jessica Barr Laura Cottrell Nikki Blassingame

Year 1981-82 1979-80 1980-81 1977-78 1976-77

Field Goal Percentage

Rebounds

Name Barbara Kennedy Donna Forester Janet Forester Donna Forester Jackie Farmer Sandy Bishop Doll Eadon Sheila Cobb Barbara Kennedy Peggy Caple

Name Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Donna Forester Donna Forester

Assists

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Janet Knight Chrissy Floyd Barbara Kennedy Barbara Kennedy Karen Ann Jenkins

Year 1984-85 2002-03 1981-82 1980-81 1986-87

Assist/Turnover Ratio Rk. Ratio 1. 2.16 2. 2.07 3. 1.81 4. 1.75 5. 1.69

Ast 119 182 161 93 66

Mininum 50 Assists TO Player 55 Mary Anne Cubelic 88 Itoro Umoh 89 Denise Marshall 53 Jackie Mattress 39 Renee Williams

Year 1980-81 1998-99 1983-84 1990-91 1987-88

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Team Season Records

1989-90 Team

2004-05 Team

Wins Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4.

No. 26 25 24 23 23

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Year 1998-99 1997-98 1979-80 1980-81 1995-96

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1998-99 1997-98 1980-81 1995-96 1976-77

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1979-80 1990-91 1997-98 1977-78 1981-82 1989-90 1994-95 1998-99

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Winning Percentage Rk. 1. 2. 3. 5. Rk. 1. 2. 4.

Pct. .813 .758 .742 .742 .709

W-L 26-6 25-8 23-8 23-8 22-9

FG 1257 1160 1093 1068 1003

Year 1979-80 1977-78 1981-82 1976-77 1978-79

Field Goals Attempted Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FGA 2685 2433 2416 2402 2273

Year 1979-80 1977-78 1976-77 1981-82 1980-81

Field Goal Percentage Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Pct. .487 .482 .477 .469 .468

FG-FGA 890-1827 883-1833 1160-2433 993-2118 1257-2685

Year 1984-85 1985-86 1977-78 1983-84 1979-80

Three-Point Field Goals Made Rk. 1. 3. 4. 5.

3FG 159 159 155 154 147

Rebound Margin Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. +8.5 +7.9 +6.9 +5.9 +5.8

Pct. .426 .403 .375 .371 .367

3FG-3FGA 55-129 159-395 100-267 98-264 113-308

Year 1989-90 1991-92 1994-95 1990-91 1993-94

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ast 719 658 649 604 558

Year 1991-92 1992-93 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

FT 535 533 505 495 492

Year 1994-95 1998-99 1983-84 1989-90 1997-98

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

St. 410 385 378 365 355

FTA 788 764 754 747 739

Year 1989-90 1998-99 1983-84 1994-95 1995-96

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

BS 162 147 137 135 130

Pct. .716 .712 .709 .706 .704

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Reb. 1692 1650 1634 1440 1415

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Avg. 54.6 54.0 51.6 45.6 45.4

FT-FTA 535-747 481-676 305-430 329-466 380-540

Year 1994-95 2000-01 2004-05 2008-09 2002-03

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Pts. 2932 2714 2533 2516 2491

Year 1976-77 1977-78 1979-80 1981-82 1980-81

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Avg. 85.1 81.7 81.4 80.4 80.1

Year 1976-77 1975-76 1977-78 1980-81 1979-80

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. +15.5 +14.4 +13.2 +11.2 +10.9

Year 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1988-89 1990-91

Blocked Shots

Free Throw Percentage Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1979-80 1976-77 1981-82 1983-84 1984-85

Steals

Free Throws Attempted Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1976-77 1977-78 1994-95 1984-85 1998-99

Assists

Free Throws Made

Field Goals Made Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 2004-05 2008-09 1992-93 2005-06 2006-07

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

Games Played No. 36 33 33 32 32 32 32 32

3FGA 504 487 457 443 431

Year 1989-90 2005-06 2008-09 1984-85 1983-84

Points

Rebounds

Year 1979-80 1977-78 1976-77 1981-82 1983-84

Scoring Average

Rebound Average

Year 1977-78 1976-77 1979-80 1983-84 1984-85

Scoring Margin Year 1976-77 1998-99 1977-78 1994-95 1978-79

Note: Bold indicates a team coached by McKinney


Individual Career Records Rebounds

Clemson’s Career Clubs Name Barbara Kennedy Shandy Bryan Louise Greenwood

1200 Points/800 Rebounds Years Points 1978-82 3113 1989-93 1631 1985-89 1268

Rebounds 1252 874 858

Name Barbara Kennedy Janet Knight Shandy Bryan Karen Ann Jenkins Bobbie Mims Itoro Umoh Donna Forester Louise Greenwood Peggy Caple Lele Hardy Laura Cottrell Natasha Anderson Janet Forester

1000 Points/500 Rebounds Years Points 1978-82 3113 1982-86 1795 1989-93 1631 1985-89 1514 1976-80 1448 1995-99 1409 1976-78 1270 1985-89 1268 1981-85 1173 2006-09 1124 1993-97 1108 1995-99 1033 1975-77 1008

Rebounds 1252 565 874 687 630 543 766 859 1087 687 808 539 524

Name Janet Knight Mary Anne Cubelic Bobbie Mims Kerry Boyatt Tara Saunooke Itoro Umoh Chrissy Floyd

1400 Points/200 Assists Years Points 1982-86 1795 1979-83 1501 1976-80 1448 1989-93 1422 1991-95 1462 1995-99 1409 1999-03 1937

Assists 301 392 392 461 255 459 244

Points Scored Rk. Name 1. Barbara Kennedy 2. Chrissy Floyd 3. Janet Knight 4. Shandy Bryan 5. Karen Ann Jenkins 6. Mary Anne Cubelic 7. Tara Saunooke 8. Bobbie Mims 9. Kerry Boyatt 10. Itoro Umoh 11. Amy Geren 12. Donna Forester 13. Louise Greenwood 14. Cissy Bristol 15. Peggy Caple 16 Lele Hardy 17. Laura Cottrell 18. D’Lesha Lloyd 19. Natasha Anderson 20. Melinda Ashworth 21. Janet Forester 22. Ramona O’Neal 23. Lakeia Stokes 24. Erin Batth 25. Cheron Wells Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Yrs. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 5 4 3 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 2

Years 1978-82 1999-03 1982-86 1989-93 1985-89 1979-83 1991-95 1976-80 1989-93 1995-99 1995-99 1976-78 1985-89 1977-82 1981-85 2006-09 1993-97 2004-08 1995-99 1983-86 1975-77 1985-89 2000-04 1997-01 1990-92

GP 127 120 114 126 111 119 121 126 121 126 125 63 112 104 119 92 119 109 125 111 55 117 111 121 64

Avg. 24.5 16.1 15.7 12.9 13.6 12.6 12.1 11.5 11.8 11.2 11.2 20.2 11.3 11.8 9.9 12.2 9.3 9.6 8.3 9.2 18.3 8.4 8.8 8.0 14.5

Points 3113 1937 1795 1631 1514 1501 1462 1448 1422 1409 1402 1270 1268 1229 1173 1124 1108 1049 1033 1024 1008 988 974 972 930

GP 127 63 55 120 114 58 64 58 62 51

Points 3113 1270 1008 1937 1795 865 930 827 872 697

Avg. 24.5 20.2 18.4 16.1 15.7 14.9 14.5 14.3 14.1 13.7

Scoring Average

(Minimum Two Years) Name Yrs. Years Barbara Kennedy 4 1978-82 Donna Forester 2 1976-78 Janet Forester 2 1975-77 Chrissy Floyd 4 1999-03 Janet Knight 4 1982-86 Jessica Barr 2 1992-94 Cheron Wells 2 1990-92 Sandy Bishop 2 1983-85 Stephanie Ridgeway 2 1994-96 Jacqui Jones 2 1983-85

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 25.

Name Yrs. Barbara Kennedy 4 Peggy Caple 4 Shandy Bryan 4 Louise Greenwood 4 Laura Cottrell 4 Donna Forester 2 Debra Buford 4 Erin Batth 4 Karen Ann Jenkins 4 Lele Hardy 3 Amanda (White) Frist 4 Bobbie Mims 4 Jackie Farmer 2 Janet Knight 4 Jeanette Davis 4 Itoro Umoh 4 Natasha Anderson 4 Nikki Blassingame 4 Jaci Stimson 4 Janet Forester 2 Annette Wise 5 Sandy Bishop 2 Gretchen Becker 4 Ramona O’Neal 4 D’Lesha Lloyd 4 Maggie Slosser 4

Years 1978-82 1981-85 1989-93 1985-89 1993-97 1976-78 1977-81 1997-01 1985-89 2006-09 2002-06 1976-80 1989-91 1982-86 1994-98 1995-99 1995-99 1995-99 1993-97 1975-77 1978-83 1983-85 1977-81 1985-89 2004-08 2000-04

GP 127 119 126 112 119 63 127 121 111 92 115 126 58 114 125 126 125 126 115 55 127 58 101 117 109 113

Avg. 9.9 9.1 6.9 7.7 6.8 12.2 5.3 6.0 6.2 7.5 5.5 5.0 9.8 5.0 4.4 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.7 9.5 4.0 8.7 4.7 4.2 4.5 4.2

Reb. 1252 1087 874 859 808 766 735 722 687 687 633 630 570 565 555 543 539 537 535 524 514 506 500 493 493 473

(Minimum 40 Games Played) Name Yrs. Years GP Donna Forester 2 1976-78 63 Barbara Kennedy 4 1978-82 127 Jackie Farmer 2 1989-91 58 Sheila Cobb 4 1979-83 47 Janet Forester 2 1975-77 55 Peggy Caple 4 1981-85 119 Sandy Bishop 2 1983-85 58 Jacqui Jones 2 1982-84 51 Michelle Bryant 2 1987-89 56 Louise Greenwood 4 1985-89 112

Reb. 766 1252 570 448 524 1087 506 408 448 859

Avg. 12.2 9.9 9.8 9.53 9.52 9.1 8.7 8.1 8.0 7.7

Rebound Average Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Games Played

Rk. 1. 4. 8.

Name Debra Buford Barbara Kennedy Annette Wise Bobbie Mims Shandy Bryan Itoro Umoh Nikki Blassingame Jeanette Davis Courtney Johnson Amy Geren Natasha Anderson

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9. 10.

Name Bobbie Mims Barbara Kennedy Peggy Caple Amanda (White) Frist Mary Anne Cubelic Janet Knight Laura Cottrell Itoro Umoh Melinda Ashworth Chrissy Floyd Tasha Taylor

Yrs 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Years 1977-81 1978-82 1978-83 1976-80 1989-93 1995-99 1995-99 1994-98 1988-92 1995-99 1995-99

Min NA NA NA NA 3246 3388 2025 2885 2893 2832 2540

Min/G NA NA NA NA 25.8 26.9 16.1 23.1 23.1 22.7 20.3

GP 127 127 127 126 126 126 126 125 125 125 125

Games Started Yrs 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Years 1976-80 1978-82 1981-85 2002-06 1979-83 1982-86 1993-97 1995-99 1983-86 1999-03 2004-08

GP 126 127 119 115 119 114 119 126 111 120 117

Starts 121 118 113 106 99 99 99 96 94 93 93

Bold denotes current student-athlete.

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Individual Career Records

120

Julie Aderhold

Laura Cottrell

Louise Greenwood

Field Goals Made Rk. Name 1. Barbara Kennedy 2. Chrissy Floyd 3. Janet Knight 4. Shandy Bryan 5. Mary Anne Cubelic 6. Karen Ann Jenkins 7. Bobbie Mims 8. Donna Forester 9. Cissy Bristol Louise Greenwood

Yrs. Years 4 1978-82 4 1999-03 4 1982-86 4 1989-93 4 1979-83 4 1985-89 4 1976-80 2 1976-78 4 77-80, 81-82 4 1985-89

GP 127 120 114 126 119 111 126 63 104 112

FG/G 10.62 6.48 6.41 5.24 5.51 5.83 4.95 8.49 5.12 4.75

FGM 1349 778 731 661 651 647 624 535 532 532

GP FGA/GM 127 21.2 120 14.7 119 12.5 114 12.2 126 10.5 126 10.1 111 10.8 126 9.5 121 9.4 121 9.3

FGA 2688 1763 1491 1393 1328 1275 1202 1197 1132 1126

Field Goals Attempted Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Barbara Kennedy Chrissy Floyd Mary Anne Cubelic Janet Knight Shandy Bryan Bobbie Mims Karen Ann Jenkins Itoro Umoh Kerry Boyatt Tara Saunooke

Yrs. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Years 1978-82 1999-03 1979-83 1982-86 1989-93 1976-80 1985-89 1995-99 1989-93 1991-95

Field Goal Percentage Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Julie Brickley Karen Ann Jenkins Jessica Barr Janet Knight Sheila Cobb Sandy Bishop Jaci Stimson Jackie Farmer Barbara Kennedy Nikki Blassingame

(Minimum 200 Made) Yrs. Years FGM 3 1984-86 338 4 1985-89 647 2 1992-94 341 4 1982-86 731 4 1979-83 212 4 1983-85 334 3 1993-96 260 2 1989-91 294 4 1978-82 1349 4 1995-99 296

FGA 625 1202 645 1393 410 655 513 582 2688 590

Pct. .541 .538 .528 .525 .517 .510 .507 .505 .502 .502

Three-Point Field Goals Made Name Tara Saunooke Amy Geren Kerry Boyatt Julie Talley Julie Aderhold Chrissy Floyd Nuria Forns Carrie Whitehurst Lele Hardy Tasha Phillips

Yrs 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 2

Years 1991-95 1995-99 1989-93 2002-06 2000-04 1999-03 1997-01 2003-07 2006-09 2004-06

GP 121 125 121 111 108 120 124 106 92 45

3FGA 586 558 450 402 359 397 286 252 256 201

3FGM 252 199 178 152 125 124 94 81 76 70

MD 252 199 70 178

3FG/G 2.08 1.59 1.56 1.47

Three-Point Field Goals Per Game Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name Tara Saunooke Amy Geren Tasha Phillips Kerry Boyatt

(Minimum Two Years) Yrs Years 4 1991-95 3 1995-99 2 2004-06 4 1989-93

GP 121 125 45 121

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Julie Talley Nuria Forns Julie Aderhold Chrissy Floyd Lele Hardy Carrie Whitehurst

Carrie Whitehurst 4 3 3 4 3 4

2002-06 1997-01 2000-03 1999-03 2006-09 2003-07

111 124 108 120 92 106

152 94 125 124 76 81

1.37 1.32 1.15 1.03 .826 .764

FGM 252 199 178 152 124 125 94 76 81 70

FGA 586 558 450 402 397 359 286 256 252 201

FGM 252 41 178 14 152 51 23 38 31 199

FGA 586 102 450 36 402 135 61 101 84 558

Pct. .430 .402 .396 .389 .3788 .3781 .377 .376 .369 .357

GP 127 126 125 114 126 121 119 111 120 115

FT/G 3.27 3.10 2.68 2.92 2.45 2.43 2.21 2.32 2.14 2.20

FTM 415 390 335 333 309 294 263 258 257 251

GP 127 126 118 126 114 121 125 119 119 117

AT/G 4.83 4.23 3.61 3.31 3.60 3.36 3.16 3.25 3.22 3.26

FTA 614 533 426 417 410 406 395 387 383 382

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Tara Saunooke Amy Geren Kerry Boyatt Julie Talley Chrissy Floyd Julie Aderhold Nuria Forns Lele Hardy Carrie Whitehurst Tasha Phillips

Yrs. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 2

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Tara Saunooke Cheron Wells Kerry Boyatt Angie Peters Julie Talley Laura Cottrell Jessica Barr Marci Glenney Cheryl Nix Amy Geren

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Yrs. Barbara Kennedy 4 Itoro Umoh 4 Amy Geren 4 Janet Knight 4 Shandy Bryan 4 Kerry Boyatt 4 Laura Cottrell 4 Lakeia Stokes 4 Chrissy Floyd 4 Amanda (White) Frist 4

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Barbara Kennedy Itoro Umoh Krystal Scott Shandy Bryan Janet Knight Kerry Boyatt Amy Geren Peggy Caple Laura Cottrell Ramona O’Neal

Years 1991-95 1995-99 1989-93 2002-06 1999-03 2000-04 1997-01 2006-09 2003-07 2004-06

GP 121 125 121 111 120 108 124 92 106 45

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Minimum Two Years) Yrs. Years 4 1991-95 4 1990-92 4 1989-93 2 1989-91 4 2002-06 4 1993-97 2 1992-94 2 2000-02 4 1984-88 4 1995-99

Free Throws Made Years 1978-82 1995-99 1995-99 1982-86 1989-93 1989-93 1993-97 2000-04 1999-03 2002-06

Free Throws Attempted Yrs. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Years 1978-82 1995-99 1998-02 1989-93 1982-86 1989-93 1995-99 1981-85 1993-97 1985-89


Individual Career Records

Erin Batth

Denise Marshall

Cheryl Nix

Free Throw Percentage Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(Minimum 150 Atttempts) Name Yrs. Years FTM Amy Geren 4 1995-99 335 Janet Knight 4 1982-86 333 Tara Saunooke 4 1991-95 216 Donna Forester 2 1976-78 200 Louise Greenwood 4 1985-89 202 Cheryl Nix 4 1984-88 176 Cissy Bristol 4 1977-82 166 Michelle Bryant 2 1987-89 171 Shandy Bryan 4 1989-93 309 Marci Glenney 2 2000-02 160

Blocked Shots FTA 395 410 266 260 264 233 222 229 417 216

Pct. .848 .8122 .8120 .769 .765 .755 .748 .747 .7410 .7407

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Yrs. Bobbie Mims 4 Melinda Ashworth 4 Itoro Umoh 4 Tasha Taylor 4 Susan Fehling 3 Drema Greer 2 Mary Anne Cubelic 4 Jenny Lyerly 4 Dana Puckett 4 Krystal Scott 4

Years 1976-80 1982-86 1995-99 04-07, 08-09 83-85, 87-88 1977-79 1979-83 1978-82 1990-94 1998-02

Name Yrs. Peggy Caple 4 Jackie Farmer 2 Barbara Kennedy 4 Jaci Stimson 4 Amanda White 4 Erin Batth 3 Khaili Sanders 4 Shandy Bryan 4 Louise Greenwood 4 Kerri Thomas 4

GP 126 111 126 117 87 61 119 122 117 118

A/G 4.89 4.17 3.64 3.70 4.72 6.54 3.29 3.09 3.18 2.87

Assists 617 463 459 433 411 399 392 377 373 339

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(Minimum Two Years) Name Yrs. Years GP Drema Greer 2 1977-79 61 Bobbie Mims 4 1976-80 126 Susan Fehling 3 83-85, 87-88 87 Melinda Ashworth 4 1982-86 111 Tasha Taylor 4 04-07, 08-09 117 Itoro Umoh 4 1995-99 126 Christy Brown 3 2006-09 91 Mary Anne Cubelic 4 1979-83 119 Dana Puckett 4 1990-94 117 Jennie Lyerly 4 1978-82 122