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Clemson Vs. North Carolina – ACC Tournament, Second Round

March 7, 2008

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Team Notes

Clemson finished with a 12-19 overall record for the 2007-08season, matching its win total from a year ago. Clemson is now28-29 all-time in ACC Tournament games and 4-8 when facing NorthCarolina in the ACC Tournament. The Lady Tigers advanced past thefirst day of the tournament for the first time since 2003.

Individual Notes

Lele Hardy broke the school record for steals in the ACCTournament. She had five against NC State in the first round andfive against North Carolina in the second round. The previousrecord of nine by Ramona O’Neal had stood since 1989. Hardy’s 10steals in the tournament also tied the ACC record for steals intwo-game stint in the tournament. Amy Privette of Wake Forest(1986), Yalonda McCormick of Miami (2005) and Kirby Copeland ofVirginia Tech (2006) each had 10 steals in two games as well. Hardyalso tallied 15 assists in the two games to tie for second in theACC for assists in two games during the conference tournament. WakeForest’s Amy Privette holds the record with 16 in the 1986 event.Hardy then moved into eighth place on the Clemson career stealslist with 181 in her two seasons. She had a school freshman record98 last year and 63 this season. Hardy currently holds the careerrecord for steals per game with a 3.01 average in her 60 games as aLady Tiger. D’Lesha Lloyd concluded her Clemson career ranked 17thon the all-time scoring list with 1,049 points. She had 20 onFriday against North Carolina to follow a 12-point performanceagainst NC State. Lloyd recorded back-to-back double-doubles to endher career. She had 12 points and 10 rebounds in the first round ofthe tournament and 20 points with 10 boards in the second round.After converting her last seven free throw attempts against NCState in the first round of the ACC Tournament, Morganne Campbell hit her firstthree against North Carolina on Friday for 10 straight made foulshots. In the final three games of the season, she was 16-for-20from the line.

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