Nov. 13, 2001
Clemson, SC – Marci Glenney scored 19 points and Chrissy Floyd added15 to lead Clemson to a 77-58 exhibition women’s college basketball victory over Remus Sport Exhaust of Austria Tuesday night. It was the final exhibition game for Jim Davis’s Lady Tigers, who open regular season play Friday night at Littlejohn Coliseum against East Carolina.
Glenney made 6-14 shots from the field, including 3-5 on three-point shots. She also had five assists and made 4-4 free throws in her 26 minutes. Floyd hit 7-17 shots from the field and did not have a turnover in 27 minutes. Point guard Krystal Scott added 13 points on 6-7 shooting and had five assists without a turnover in her 25 minutes of play.
Those were the only double figure scorers for Clemson, who played 13 players in the contest. Julie Aderhold was the top scorer off the bench with eight. Clemson won the rebound battle, 44-30. It was a balanced effort as reserve Lakeia Stokes led the way with six. Clemson committed just 12 turnovers in the game and forced 18. Remus was led by Samantha Woosnam, who scored 26. Mateja Veble added 12 points.
Clemson jumped out to a 15-6 lead and was never headed. Clemson held a 32-23 lead at intermission, then went on a 12-4 run to open the second half and led by 17 with 15:11 to go on a jumper by Scott.
Remus cut the margin to just seven at 50-43 with 8:37 left on a field goal by Veble, but that was as close as they could get. Glenney hit a three-point goal from the top of the key with 4:27 left that gave the Lady Tigers a 16-point lead. Clemson’s largest lead was the final score.
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