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Clemson to Play Sixth-Ranked N.C. State Saturday

Feb. 7, 1998

CLEMSON LADY TIGERS PROBABLE STARTERS (16-6 Overall, 8-4 in the ACC) Foward–#31 Jeanette Davis, 6-2, SR (5.2 ppg., 3.4 rpg.) Forward–#50 Natasha Anderson, 6-0, JR (9.6 ppg., 4.8 rpg.) Center–#35 Kerri Thomas, 6-3, SR (6.3 ppg., 5.1 rpg.) Guard–#25 Itoro Umoh, 5-7, JR (11.0 ppg., 4.6 rpg.) Guard–#33 Amy Geren, 5-11, JR (14.7 ppg., 3.8 rpg.)Head Coach: Jim Davis (224-108 in 11th season at Clemson, 243-116 career record, in 12th season on NCAA Division I Level)

CLEMSON TO PLAY HOST TO N.C. STATE SATURDAY–Clemson will play host to sixth-ranked N.C. State Saturday, February 7, at 7:00 p.m.

NATIONAL RANKINGS-Clemson is ranked 22nd in the Associated Press poll released February 3. Clemson is also ranked 21st in this week’s USA Today poll.

N.C. STATE UPDATE-N.C. State will enter the Clemson game with a 18-3 record overall and a 9-2 mark in the ACC. The Wolfpack is in first place in the ACC standings. Chasity Melvin leads N.C. State in scoring (15.3 ppg.) and rebounding (9.7 rpg.). She also leads the team in assists with 63. N.C. State is ranked ninth in the Associated Press poll and sixth in the USA Today listing.

THE SERIES-This will be the 51st meeting between Clemson and N.C. State on the basketball court N.C. State leads the overall series 34-16. N.C. State defeated Clemson earlier this season, 73-51 in Raleigh, NC on January 8.

COMPARING THE TEAMS--1997-98 Team Stats on the Lady Tigers and N.C. State

                                                               Rebounds          FG-FGA      PCT.    3P-3PA   PCT     FT-FTA   PCT.   OFF-DEF   TOT - AVG.   AST   TO    BS   ST    PTS    AVG.Clemson   596-1417   .421     75-194   .387   310-461   .672   336-485   906   41.2   293   368   67   224   1577   71.7NC State  627-1287   .487     54-154   .351   252-374   .674   274-472   846   40.3   322   385   73   197   1560   74.3

LADY TIGER BASKETBALL REUNION-The 1987-88 team will be honored Saturday, February 7 in pregame ceremonies before the Clemson-Wake Forest men’s game. A reunion for all Lady Tigers (1976-present) will be held at the Clemson-N.C. State women’s game. At the halftime of the Clemson-N.C. State game all former Lady Tigers will be recognized. At this time every team will be represented. Former stars that are scheduled to make an appearance include All-Americans Barbara Kennedy and Jessica Barr. After the conclusion of the Clemson-N.C. State women’s basketball game, current Lady Tigers will be available for autographs. Students, high school-age and under will be admitted free to the Clemson-N.C. State women’s basketball game.

LADY TIGERS DEFEAT TWO TOP-10 TEAMS IN CONSECUTIVE GAMES–Clemson defeated fifth-ranked North Carolina on Friday, January 2, and ninth-ranked Virginia on Monday, January 5. This is the first time in the school’s history that the Lady Tigers have defeated two top-10 teams in consecutive games. The North Carolina and Virginia games were 72 hours apart.

CLEMSON’S RECORD-Clemson has a 16-6 record this season. The Lady Tigers have an 8-4 mark in the ACC. The Lady Tigers have won 13 of their last 17 games.

LADY TIGER LEADERS-Clemson is led in scoring by junior Amy Geren with a 14.7 ppg. average. Itoro Umoh is averaging 11.0 ppg. Kerri Thomas is averaging 5.1 rpg. to lead the team. Umoh leads the team in assists (100) and steals (46).

GEREN NAMED ACC PLAYER-OF-THE-WEEK TWICE THIS SEASON-Amy Geren was named ACC Player-of-the-Week for the second time this season as announced by the league’s office on January 5. Geren scored 24 points in Clemson’s 77-63 upset over fifth-ranked North Carolina on Friday, January 2. Earlier this season, Geren was named ACC Player-of-the-Week for her performance in Clemson’s 72-61 upset win over Duke on December 13. In the Duke game, Geren scored 26 points and was 10-14 from the field. She also was 4-4 from the three-point line.

TIGER STREAKS–Itoro Umoh has started 26 straight games dating back to the 1996-97 season. She has also scored in 57 straight games. Amy Geren has scored in 37 consecutive games. Geren has hit 37 of her last 40 free throws this season.

THIRD MOST WINS BEFORE FEBRUARY 1-Clemson won 16 games before February 1. The 16 wins is the third most victories by a Clemson team before February 1 in school’s history. The 1979-80 team won 19 games before February 1, and the 1980-81 team won 17 games before February 1. This is the most wins before February 1, under Head Coach Jim Davis since his arrival at Clemson.

GEREN HAS HOT HAND FOR THE LADY TIGERS-Geren leads the Lady Tigers in scoring this season with a 14.7 ppg. average. She is also 104-234 from the field for a .444 pct. Geren is also 54-123 from the three-point line for a .439 pct. Geren scored 26 points in the both the Duke game on December 13, and in the Florida State contest on December 16, for her season highs.

ANDERSON STARS FOR THE LADY TIGERS-Natasha Anderson is the Lady Tigers’ third leading scorer with a 9.6 ppg. average. She was named the MVP at the Bahamas Shootout in Nassau, Bahamas on December 22-23. She tied her career high with an 18-point performance in the Virginia game on January 5. She tied her career-high for most rebounds with 10 in the Georgia contest on November 30. She is also second on the team for most rebounds with a 5.0 rpg. mark. She had a career-high 11 rebounds vs. Florida State on 1-29-98.

JANUARY 8–N.C. STATE DEFEATS CLEMSON–LySchale Jones scored 18 points, while teammates Chasity Melvin and Tynesha Lewis scored 15 points each in leading 13th-ranked N.C. State to a 73-51 win over Clemson at Raleigh, NC Thursday, January 8.

N.C. State shot 28-53 from the field in the game for a .528 pct. Clemson shot 20-62 from the field for a .323 pct.

Clemson was led in scoring by Amy Geren with 16 points. Kerri Thomas had 10 points.

N.C. State was ranked 13th by the USA-Today poll and 17th by the Associated Press.

VIRGINIA DOWNS CLEMSON–Kate Mooney scored 21 points in leading 13th-ranked Virginia to a 72-55 win over Clemson at Charlottesville, VA February 5, 1998. Mooney was 6-13 from the field and 5-10 from the three-point line. Virginia shot 14-30 from the field in the first half and finished the game 22-52 from the floor for a .423 figure. The Cavaliers were 9-22 from the three point line.

Clemson was led in scoring by Amy Geren with 16 points.

NORTH CAROLINA DEFEATS CLEMSON-Chanel Wright had 26 points, while Tracy Reid added 19 in leading North Carolina to a 80-59 win over Clemson in Chapel Hill, NC February 1.

North Carolina was 30-62 from the field (.484) and had 20 assists in the game. Clemson shot 17-53 from the floor for a .321 pct.

Clemson was led in scoring by Itoro Umoh with 21 points, while Amy Geren added 17.

ACC LEADER-Amy Geren leads the ACC in free throw pct. (.873) three-point field goal pct. (.444) and three-point goals per game (2.5). She is also fifth in the ACC in scoring with a 14.7 ppg. average.

PLAYING TIME FOR EVERYONE-Clemson has 10 players averaging in double figures in minutes played. Itoro Umoh leads the team in minutes played (30.5 minutes per game).

BLASSINGAME HAD CAREER HIGH IN REBOUNDS AND SCORING–Junior Nikki Blassingame had a career-high 12 rebounds and 14 points in the New Orleans game on December 20. She equaled her career high of 14 points in the Georgia Tech game on January 22.

UMOH HAS CAREER HIGH IN ASSISTS–Itoro Umoh had a career high 11 assists in the Maryland game on January 11. She leads the team in assists with 100 this season. Umoh is the first Lady Tiger to have 100 or more assists since Dana Puckett had 156 in the 1993-94 season.

THOMAS HAS CAREER-HIGH 12 REBOUNDS IN NORTH CAROLINA GAME-Kerri Thomas had 11 points and 12 rebounds in the North Carolina game on January 2. The 12 rebounds is a career-high for Thomas. The 12 rebounds helped give the Lady Tigers a 54-41 rebounding advantage in the game.

CLEMSON’S RECORD VS. RANKED TEAMS-Coach Jim Davis has defeated 35 top 25 teams since his arrival at Clemson in the 1987-88 season. At Littlejohn Coliseum, he has a 23-16 record vs. Associated Press Top 25 teams. This season, Clemson is 3-4 vs. top 25 teams.

DAVIS IS CLEMSON’S WINNINGEST COACH-Coach Jim Davis has compiled a 224-108 record as he is in his 11th season at Clemson. He became the Lady Tigers’ all-time winningest coach in 1996-97. He passed former Lady Tiger Head Coach Annie Tribble (1976-87), who compiled a 200-135 mark during 11 seasons. He was named ACC Coach-of-the-Year in 1990 and 1994.

CLEMSON RECORDS 10TH WIN BEFORE JANUARY 1-With the win over Winthrop on December 30, Clemson won its 10th game of the 1997-98 season. This ties the school record for most wins before January 1. Clemson also had a 10-2 record before January 1, in the 1979-80 season.

RECORD NUMBER OF GAMES IN NOVEMBER–The Clemson-Georgia Game on November 30 marked the fifth game Clemson played in the month of November. The five games are the most contests played in the month of November by a Clemson team.

CLEMSON HAD 13 BLOCKED SHOTS IN SOUTH CAROLINA GAME–Clemson had 13 blocked shots against South Carolina on November 25. The 13 blocked shots are the second most in school history. Clemson had 14 blocked shots against Kansas State on January 5, 1983.

CLEMSON HAD 34 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS IN THE FURMAN GAME–The Lady Tigers had 34 offensive rebounds in the Furman game on December 4, which set a new school record for most offensive rebounds in a single game.

CLEMSON’S DEFENSE-Under Coach Jim Davis, the Clemson Lady Tigers have held opponents to 50 points or less 41 times and have never allowed an opponent to reach the 100-point plateau. All 41 games have resulted in Lady Tiger victories. The Lady Tigers have only been held to 50 points or less twice during Davis’ tenure.

RETURN TO SENDER– Kerri Thomas is seventh on the school’s career list with 64 blocked shots. She needs 18 to move into sixth place.

CLEMSON’S CAREER BLOCKED SHOTS LEADERS

   Name             Years   Blocked Shots1. Peggy Caple      1981-85   2982. Jackie Farmer    1989-91   1293. Barbara Kennedy  1978-82   1284. Jaci Stimson     1993-97   1255. Shandy Bryan     1989-93   966. Louise Greenwood 1985-89   817. Kerri Thomas     1994-     64

FIRST HOME GAME RECORD–Clemson now has a 20-3 record over the years when playing its first home game of the season. The Lady Tigers defeated Boise State 81-65 on November 23, in Clemson’s first home game of the 1997-98 season.

ALL-TIME HOME RECORD-Clemson has a 236-70 record when playing in Littlejohn Coliseum for a .769 mark. Last season the Lady Tigers were 9-3 at home. This season, the Lady Tigers are 9-0 at Littlejohn Coliseum.

100% GRADUATION RATE--Since the beginning of the women’s basketball program at Clemson in 1975-76, 100% of the players staying for four years have graduated.

GEREN IS CAREER LEADER FOR BEST FREE THROW PCT.-Amy Geren is Clemson’s career leader for best free throw pct. with an .839 mark. During her career she is 187-223 from the free throw line.

TWO CONSECUTIVE CLEMSON GAMES HAVE SAME SCORE-N.C. State defeated Clemson 73-51 on January 8. In the Lady Tigers’ next game, Clemson defeated Maryland by the same score 73-51. This is the first time in Lady Tiger basketball history that consecutive Clemson games have resulted in the same score.

JEANETTE DAVIS, ONE OF CLEMSON’S BEST ALL-TIME REBOUNDERS-Jeanette Davis is 14th on Clemson’s all-time top rebounders list with 518. She is only the 17th Clemson player to have 500 or more rebounds in a career.

CLEMSON CAREER REBOUNDS LEADERS

     Name              Yrs. Years     GP    Avg.  Reb.1.   Barbara Kennedy    4   1978-82   127   9.9   12522.   Peggy Caple        4   1981-85   119   9.1   10873.   Shandy Bryan       4   1989-93   126   6.9   8744.   Louise Greenwood   4   1985-89   112   7.7   8595.   Laura Cottrell     4   1993-97   119   6.8   8086.   Donna Forester     2   1976-78   63   12.2   7667.   Debra Buford       4   1977-81   127   5.3   7358.   Karen Ann Jenkins  4   1985-89   111   6.2   6879.   Bobbie Mims        4   1976-80   126   5.0   63010.  Jackie Farmer      2   1989-91   58    9.8   57011.  Janet Knight       4   1982-86   114   5.0   56512.  Jaci Stimson       4   1993-97   115   4.7   53513.  Janet Forester     2   1975-77   55    9.5   52414.  Jeanette Davis     3   1994-98   114   4.5   518

CLEMSON’S RECORD IN REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENTS-Since Jim Davis took over the coaching reins at Clemson in 1988, the Lady Tigers have won 12 regular season tournaments. and have a 32-7 record in those tournaments. Through the years, Clemson has won 20 regular season tournament championships.

In 1996-97, Clemson won the Boise State and the Dartmouth Tournaments. This season the Lady Tigers won the Sun Splash Shootout in the Bahamas

THREE-POINT WEAPON-Amy Geren is in third place on the Clemson career list for most three-point field goals scored in a career (129).

CLEMSON’S CAREER LIST FOR MOST 3PT GOALS MADE

     Name          Yrs  Years    GP    FGA   FGM1.   Tara Saunooke  4   1991-95  121   586   2522.   Kerry Boyatt   4   1989-93  121   450   1783.   Amy Geren      3   1995-    82    348   129

GEREN HAS CLEMSON’S VERY FIRST FOUR-POINT PLAY-Amy Geren completed a very rare four-point play in the Lady Tigers’ victory over Duke on December 13. This was the first four-point play in Lady Tiger history. Geren hit a three point field goal from the right side and was fouled in the process by Duke’s Georgia Schweitzer with only 4.2 seconds remaining in the first half. Geren converted the free throw attempt.

Geren also had a four-point play in the Wake Forest game on January 15, in Winston-Salem, NC.

DAVIS IS THE FOURTH WINNINGEST COACH IN ACC HISTORY–With the 87-84 win over Florida State on December 13, Clemson Head Coach Jim Davis became the fourth winningest coach in the history of the ACC. Currently, Davis has 224 victories at Clemson. Davis is already fourth for most ACC victories with 97 and is the third all-time winningest coach in the ACC by percentage, (.680).

CLEMSON ON TELEVISION–Clemson has won 11 of its last 18 games on television. The Lady Tigers are 1-2 when appearing on television this season.

GEREN HAS SCORED 198 POINTS VS. ACC TEAMS THIS SEASON–Junior Amy Geren scored 198 points in Clemson’s 12 Atlantic Coast Conference contests this season. Geren scored 26 points in Clemson’s upset win over 11th-ranked Duke on December 13. She also scored 26 points in the Lady Tigers’ 87-84 victory over Florida State on December 16. In the North Carolina contest on January 2, Geren scored 24 points as the Lady Tigers upset the fifth-ranked Tar Heels. She has hit 33-74 from the three-point line vs. the ACC this year for a .446 pct.

JENNIFER DAVIS IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPROVED PLAYERS ON THE SQUAD-Jennifer Davis has scored 59 points this season. The 59 points is more than she scored in the last two years combined (44). This year she is averaging 3.0 ppg. and 1.5 rpg. She is also 26-58 from the field for a .448 pct.

UMOH IS IN SEVENTH PLACE FOR MOST STEALS–Itoro Umoh is in seventh place on the Clemson career list for most steals. Currently she has 174 steals and is also fourth all-time at Clemson for most steals per game with a 2.12 figure.

CLEMSON CAREER LIST FOR MOST STEALS

     Name             Yrs.  Years   GP   S/G   Steals1.   Barbara Kennedy  4     1978-82 127  2.57  3272.   Ramona O'Neal    4     1985-89 117  2.44  2863.   Debra Buford     4     1977-81 127  1.88  2394.   Bobbie Mims      4     1976-80 126  1.77  2245.   Courtney Johnson 4     1988-92 125  1.56  1956.   Kerry Boyatt     4     1989-93 121  1.48  1807.   Itoro Umoh       3     1995-   83   2.10  174

UMOH AND GEREN MOVING UP CAREER SCORING CHART-Itoro Umoh is 22nd on the Clemson career list for most points scored with 855. Currently she has averaged 10.3 ppg. during her career. Amy Geren has 848 points and is 23rd on the Clemson career list for most points scored.

POINTS SCORED

Rk. Name               Yrs. Years     GP   Avg.  Points1.  Barbara Kennedy     4   1978-82   127  24.5  31132.  Janet Knight        4   1982-86   114  15.7  17953.  Shandy Bryan        4   1989-93   126  12.9  16314.  Karen Ann Jenkins   4   1985-89   111  13.6  15145.  Mary Anne Cubelic   4   1979-83   119  12.6  15016.  Tara Saunooke       4   1991-95   121  12.1  14627.  Bobbie Mims         4   1976-80   126  11.5  14488.  Kerry Boyatt        4   1989-93   121  11.8  14229.  Donna Forester      2   1976-78   63   20.2  127010. Louise Greenwood    4   1985-89   112  11.3  126811. Cissy Bristol       5   1977-82   104  11.8  122912. Peggy Caple         4   1981-85   119  9.9   117313. Laura Cottrell      4   1993-97   119  9.3   110814. Melinda Ashworth    4   1983-86   111  9.2   102415. Janet Forester      2   1975-77   55   18.3  100816. Ramona O'Neal       4   1985-89   117  8.4   988   17. Cheron Wells        2   1990-92   64   14.5  93018. Debra Buford        4   1977-81   127  7.1   90319. Jaci Stimson        4   1993-97   115  7.8   90120. Stephanie Ridgeway  2   1994-96   62   14.1  87221. Jessica Barr        2   1992-94   58   14.9  86522. Itoro Umoh          3   1995-     83   10.3  85523. Amy Geren           3   1995-     82   10.3  84824. Julie Brickley      4   1983-87   85   9.9   84025. Sandy Bishop        2   1983-85   58   14.3   827

VERSUS THE ACC-Amy Geren leads the Lady Tigers in scoring against the ACC with a 16.5 ppg. average. She is 66-144 from the field vs. the ACC. She has also hit 33-74 from the three-point line for a .446 pct.

Itoro Umoh is averaging 10.3 ppg. vs. ACC competition. Geren is averaging 4.4 rpg. vs. league foes. Kerri Thomas is averaging 5.8 rpg. against ACC opponents.

1997-98 LADY TIGER HONORS

ACC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Dec. 15-Amy Geren Jan. 5-Amy Geren

BAHAMAS SHOOTOUT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Natasha Anderson, MVP Itoro Umoh Nikki Blassingame

TEAM BAHAMAS SHOOTOUT CHAMPIONS

CLEMSON’S RECORD IN 1997-98

When a game is five points or less       2-2When leading at Halftime                14-0When  trailing at halftime               1-5When tied at halftime                    1-1Shooting 50% or better from the field    4-0Shooting Under 50%  from the field      12-6Shooting 40% or better from the field   13-0Shooting under 40% from the field        3-6Shooting 60% or better from the FT line 11-6Shooting under 60% from the FT line      5-0Shooting 30% or better from the 3PT line10-4Shooting under 30% from the 3PT line     6-2One-Point Decisions   1-0Two-Point Decisions   0-0Three-Point Decisions 1-1Four-Point Decisions  0-1Five-Point Decisions  0-0Overtime              0-0Under Coach Davis 1987-88-Present Shooting over .500   61-3

CLEMSON IN 1997-98 POLLS

Date   Associated Press      USA TodayJanuary 13   23   23January 20   19   22January 27   21   22February 2   22   21

ACC COACHES’ TELECONFERENCE

The nine ACC Women’s Basketball Coaches will be featured on a weekly teleconference each Thursday from 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. beginning January 8 and concluding February 19.

Each coach will have about eight minutes to make a brief opening statement and answer questions. The media telephone number is (212) 547-0927.

The order of coaches is as follows: Jim Davis, Clemson 11:00 a.m. Gail Goestenkors, Duke 11:08 a.m. Sue Semrau, Florida State 11:16 a.m. Agnus Berenato, Ga. Tech 11:24 a.m. Chris Weller, Maryland 11:32 a.m. Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina 11:40 a.m. Kay Yow, N.C. State 11:48 a.m. Debbie Ryan, Virginia 11:56 a.m. Charlene Curtis, Wake Forest 12:04 p.m.

THE LADY TIGERS GAME BY GAME

Date    Site   W   L    Score       Opponent        Notes11-14   A      W        61-46       Tenn. Tech      Earliest Season opener for the Lady Tigers, NIT First Round11-16   A          L    66-70       Northwestern    Geren 20 points, Northwestern shot .500 from the field in 2nd half. 11-24   H      W        81-65       Boise St.       Clemson now has a 20-3 record in first home games of the year.                                                    Umoh 16 pts., 8 rebs.   11-25   H      W        73-59       So. Carolina    The Lady Tigers defeat the Gamecocks for the third year in a row.                                                    CU 24-35 from free throw line. Clemson had 13 blocked shots, second                                                    most in school history for single game.      11-30   A          L    67-70       Georgia         Clemson shot .353 from the field against the 13th-ranked Lady Bulldogs.                                                    Geren 18 points.12-4    A      W        83-70       Furman          Clemson had 34 offensive rebounds, a new school record.  CU is now 11-                                                    0 vs. Furman in overall series, Anderson 13 points, five rebounds                                                    four assists, three blocked shots, three steals.12-13   H      W        72-61   *   Duke            Geren 26 points, 10-14 from the field in upset of 11th-ranked Duke.                                                      Geren also had the school's very first four-point play in this game. 12-16   A      W        87-84   *   Florida State   Geren 26 points, 9-16 from the field.    Clemson shot a season-high .554                                                    from the field.  Umoh had career-high eight assists.     12-20   N      W       101-58       New Orleans     First time since March 25, 1995 that the Lady Tigers have scored 100 or                                                    more points.   Geren 21 points, Blassingame career-high 14 points.   12-22   N      W        65-39       Temple          First game played by the Lady Tigers outside the United States.                                                        Anderson 16 points, Umoh 12.     12-23   N      W        58-50       Idaho St.       Umoh 15 points, Geren 13 points as Clemson won the Bahamas Shootout                                                     in Nassau, Bahamas. 12-30   H      W        89-44       Winthrop        Kerri Thomas ties career-high with 16 points.  Clemson wins 10th game of                                                    the season.   Only second time in history the Lady Tigers have won 10                                                    games before January 1.1-2     H      W        77-63   *   No. Carolina    Kerri Thomas scored 11 points and had a career-high 12 rebounds.                                                       Geren scored game-high 24 points.    UNC was ranked fifth in both polls.1-5     H      W        74-67   *   Virginia        Virginia was ranked ninth in the nation.    Anderson tied a career-high with                                                    18 points.   Blassingame 10 rebounds.   Lady Tigers upset team ranked                                                     in top 10 for  second consecutive game.   1-8     A          L    51-73   *   N.C. State      Geren 16 points, Thomas 10 points.    N.C. State shot .528 from field.1-11    H      W        73-51   *   Maryland        Umoh 12 points, 11 assists.       1-15    A      W        61-60   *   W. Forest       Geren 15 points.   Geren hit winning field goal with :24 seconds remaining1-22    H      W        79-56   *   Ga. Tech        Blassingame and Thomas both scored 14 points each.  Seventh ACC win.1-25    A          L    59-78   *   Duke            Geren 14 points.  Duke shot 31-61 from the field for a .508 pct.   1-29    H      W        85-56   *   Florida State   Geren 13 points, Anderson 11 rebounds2-1     A          L    59-80   *   No. Carolina    Umoh 21 points, Geren 17.   2-5     A          L    55-72   *   Virginia        Geren 16 points, nine rebounds.  Umoh has100th assist in this game. 

CLEMSON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ON THE AIR–Clemson will be featured on the radio a total of 15 times this season, (10 times by the Clemson Sports Network, and five times by WAHT-AM, Clemson, SC).

CLEMSON’S REMAINING GAMES ON THE RADIO

Date      Day    Game               Time        Station or NetworkFeb. 7    Sat.   N.C. State         7:00 p.m.   Clemson Sports NetworkFeb. 15   Sun.   Wake Forest       12:30 p.m.   WAHT-AM, Clemson, SCFeb. 22   Sun.   at Georgia Tech    2:00 p.m.   Clemson Sports NetworkFeb. 26.- Thurs.-at ACC Tournament  TBA         Clemson Sports NetworkMar. 1    Sun.   

CLEMSON SPORTS NETWORK WOMEN BASKETBALL BROADCAST NETWORK If in this city Tune in this station Abbeville WZLA-FM 92.9 Anderson WCCP-FM 104.9 Asheville, NC WAGI-FM 105.3 Clemson WCCP-FM 104.9 Charlotte, NC WAGI-FM 105.3 Easley WCCP-FM 104.9 Gaffney WAGI-FM 105.3 Greenville WGVL-AM 1440 Greenwood WZLA-FM 92.9 Hendersonville, NC WAGI-FM 105.3 Pickens WCCP-FM 104.9 Seneca WGOG-FM 96.3 Spartanburg WAGI-FM 105.3 Union WAGI-FM 105.3 Walhalla WGOG-FM 96.3

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