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Lady Tigers Return To Littlejohn On Friday To Face James Madison

Lady Tigers Return To Littlejohn On Friday To Face James Madison

Dec. 6, 2007

Complete Women’s Basketball Notes

CLEMSON, SC – Morganne Campbell and the Clemson women’s basketball team will return to Littlejohn Coliseum on Friday night to play host to James Madison. Campbell is one of just two players to have started all 10 games for the Lady Tigers and is averaging 33.6 minutes per game to rank fifth in the ACC. She will lead her team against the Dukes (6-1) in a game scheduled to tip off at 7:00 p.m.

Friday’s game is designated Toys for Tigers Night and any fan who brings a new unwrapped toy to the game will receive free admission. All toys collected will be distributed to area children by Helping Hands of Clemson.

Clemson enters Friday’s contest with a 5-5 record and is coming off of a road victory at Furman on Wednesday night. Fans can follow the action via livestats by accessing www.clemsontigers.com. The game will also be broadcast live on the Internet via ACC Select and can be viewed by clicking on the link below.

Watch Clemson vs. James Madison Live on ACC Select!

Scouting The Dukes James Madison brings a 6-1 record to Littlejohn Coliseum, suffering its first loss earlier in the week to Liberty on Tuesday. Friday’s contest will be the second against an ACC team for the Dukes, having defeated Wake Forest, 64-53, on Nov. 18.

Tamera Young leads three JMU double-figure scorers with 19.4 points per game and is tied for high-rebounding honors with Kisha Stokes (9.9 pg). Stokes is also posting 10.1 points per game, while Dawn Evans owns a 15.0 scoring average with a team-best 4.3 assists per game.

Overall, the Dukes are scoring 75.9 points per game while holding the opposition to just 60.0. They also own a +16.3 rebounding margin.

Clemson vs. James Madison Friday night’s contest featuring the Clemson Lady Tigers and James Madison Dukes will be just the fifth meeting in history between the two teams. The series, which dates back to 1980, is tied at two games apiece. Clemson won the only game played on its home court, 90-68, during the 1979-80 season, but James Madison claimed last year’s contest by an 85-72 margin in Harrisonburg, VA.

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