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Women’s Basketball Awaits Word on NCAA Bid

March 6, 1998

CLEMSON AWAITS WORD ON NCAA BID-The NCAA selections will be announced on Sunday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m. on ESPN.

NATIONAL RANKINGS-Clemson is ranked 14th in both the Associated Press poll and USA Today polls. This is the highest the Lady Tigers have been ranked this season in both polls. These polls were released March 2.

CLEMSON LADY TIGERS PROBABLE STARTERS (24-7 Overall, 12-4 in the ACC)

  Foward-- #31 Jeanette Davis,    6-2, SR (5.5 ppg., 3.6 rpg.)Forward--#24 Nikki Blassingame, 6-3, JR (7.5 ppg., 5.0 rpg,)Center-- #35 Kerri Thomas,      6-3, SR (6.3 ppg., 4.8 rpg.)Guard--  #25 Itoro Umoh,        5-7, JR (11.9  ppg., 4.5 rpg.)Guard--  #33 Amy Geren,         5-11, JR (13.8 ppg., 3.5  rpg.)Head Coach:  Jim Davis (232-109 in 11th season at Clemson, 251-117 career record, in 12th season on NCAA Division I Level)

HEAD COACH JIM DAVIS WINS 250th CAREER GAME -Clemson Head Coach Jim Davis won his 250th game with a 85-68 win over Florida State on February 27. During his NCAA Division I career, he has a 251-117 record. He has a 232-109 record at Clemson in 11 seasons. Davis spent one season, 1986-87 at Middle Tennessee State and compiled a 19-8 record with the Lady Raiders that season.

CLEMSON’S RECORD–Clemson has a 24-7 record this season. The Lady Tigers have an 12-4 mark in the ACC. The Lady Tigers finished the season undefeated at home with a 13-0 record. This is the first time the Lady Tigers have ever been undefeated at home.

LADY TIGER LEADERS–Clemson is led in scoring by junior Amy Geren with a 13.8 ppg. average. Itoro Umoh is averaging 11.9 ppg. Nikki Blassingame leads the team in rebounding with a 5.0 rpg. mark. Umoh leads the team in assists (129) and steals (73).

CLEMSON PLAYERS NAMED ALL-ACC–Clemson women’s basketball players Amy Geren and Itoro Umoh were named All-Atlantic Coast Conference as announced by the Atlantic Coast Sports Writers Association. Geren was named to the first team, while Umoh was named to the second team. Both players are juniors and play the position of guard on Clemson’s nationally ranked team.

Geren is the Lady Tigers leading scorer with a 13.8 ppg. average. This season, she is 89-101 from the free throw line for a .881 average. She is also 68-164 from the three point range for a .415 figure. She leads the ACC in free throw pct. (.881), most three-point field goals per game (2.2), and free throw pct. (.881). She is the only player to lead the conference in three categories.

Umoh is Clemson’s second leading scorer with a 11.9 ppg. average. She also leads the team in assists (129) and steals (73). She has started every game for the Lady Tigers this season. Umoh is fifth on the Clemson career list for most steals with 201. She is also 14th on the Clemson career list for most assists with 270.

Both players are approaching the 1,000 point mark. Itoro Umoh is 17th on the Clemson career list for most points scored with 982. Geren is 18th among Clemson’s all-time scorers with 953 points. Geren is Clemson’s all-time leader in free throw pct. with a .846 pct.

Clemson has a 24-7 record this season and is awaiting word on a NCAA bid. The NCAA Field will be announced at 7:30 p.m. Sunday night on ESPN.

ACC LEADER-Amy Geren leads the ACC in free throw pct. (.881) three-point field goal pct. (.415) and three-point goals per game (2.2). She is also seventh in the ACC in scoring with a 14.3 ppg. average.

CLEMSON TIED RECORD FOR MOST WINS IN A SINGLE SEASON-Clemson tied a school record for most wins in a single season with 24. Clemson tied the 1979-80 team that also won 24 games. 0000

CLEMSON AND NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY–Clemson played in the first NCAA women’s tournament in 1982 against Penn State. Because of the day and time it was played, the Clemson-Penn State game was the first ever NCAA women’s tournament game. The Lady Tigers lost the game 96-75. In the Clemson-Penn State game, former Lady Tiger assistant coach and Clemson great, Barbara Kennedy-Dixon scored the first points in the inaugural women’s NCAA basketball tournament in the Penn State game. Kennedy-Dixon hit a five-foot turn around jump shot from the baseline with 19:20 left in the first half. Kennedy-Dixon finished the game with 43 points, which still ranks third for a single-game scoring performance in the NCAA tournament.

CLEMSON LOOKING FOR 11TH NCAA TOURNAMENT BID–Clemson is looking for its 11th NCAA Tournament bid since the NCAA Tournament was started in 1982. Head Coach Jim Davis has led Clemson to nine NCAA Tournaments appearances in his previous 10 years at Clemson. The Lady Tigers have a 9-11 record in the NCAA Tournament. Head Coach Jim Davis is 9-10 in the NCAA Tournament over the years.

   Clemson's NCAA Tournament Appearances: 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997. NCAA FINAL EIGHT: 1991NCAA FINAL 16: 1989, 1990, 1991

TIGER STREAKS–Itoro Umoh has started 33 straight games dating back to the 1996-97 season. She has also scored in 64 straight games. Amy Geren has scored in 44 consecutive games. Geren has hit 64 of her last 70 free throws this season.

CLEMSON PLAYERS NAMED ALL-ACC TOURNAMENT-Three Clemson players were named to the ACC All-Tournament team. Itoro Umoh was named to the first team, while Natasha Anderson and Amy Geren was named to the second team.

GEREN HAS HOT HAND FOR THE LADY TIGERS-Geren leads the Lady Tigers in scoring this season with a 13.8 ppg. average. She is also 136-313 from the field for a .435 pct. Geren is also 68-164 from the three-point line for a .415 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. She scored 21 points in the 74-70 overtime win over Maryland on 2-12-98.

CLEMSON HEAD COACH JIM DAVIS WINS 100TH ACC GAME–Clemson Head Coach Jim Davis won his 100th career regular season Atlantic Coast Conference game, (not including ACC Tournament games) with the 64-41 win over Wake Forest on February 15. Currently Davis has a 101-67 record against ACC foes during the regular season. He is the fourth winningest coach in the history of the ACC with the 101 victories.

LADY TIGERS WIN 12TH ACC GAME –Clemson has won 12 ACC games this season. This breaks the school record for most ACC wins in a single season by Clemson. The 1994 team had 11 ACC victories. The Lady Tigers won their 12th ACC game this season with a 89-58 win over Georgia Tech on February 22.

CLEMSON WINS 20th GAME OF THE SEASON-Clemson won its 20th game of the season with the 64-41 win over Wake Forest on February 15. The Lady Tigers are now 24-7 this season. This marked the fifth time the Lady Tigers have won 20 or more games before the ACC Tournament in the history of the program. The Clemson teams that have won 20 or more games before the ACC tournament include: 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1987-88, and 1997-98. Head Coach Jim Davis has won 20 or more games in nine of his 11 seasons at Clemson.

TWO CLEMSON PLAYERS REACH THE 900 POINT MARK-Two Clemson players reached the 900 point mark in their respective careers in recent games. Itoro Umoh now has scored 982 points, while Amy Geren has scored 953.

CLEMSON’S JIM DAVIS IS 8-4 IN OVERTIME GAMES DURING HIS CAREER–Head Coach Jim Davis is now 8-4 in overtime games during his career at Clemson. He has also guided the Lady Tigers to five straight wins in overtime games. Clemson defeated Maryland 74-70 in overtime on February 12. This season the Lady Tigers are 2-0 in overtime as the Lady Tigers also defeated N.C. State 68-58 in overtime on February 7.

UMOH HAS MORE STEALS THAN PERSONAL FOULS–Itoro Umoh has more steals (73) than fouls (69) this season, a rare occurrence in college basketball statistics.

ANDERSON STARS FOR THE LADY TIGERS-Natasha Anderson is the Lady Tigers’ third leading scorer with a 10.0 ppg. average. She was named the MVP at the Bahamas Shootout in Nassau, Bahamas on December 22-23 Anderson scored a career-high 28 points in the Florida State game on February 27. She is second on the team in rebounding with a 4.9 rpg. mark. She had a career-high 11 rebounds vs. Florida State on 1-29-98.

CLEMSON HAS DEFEATED THREE TOP-10 TEAMS THIS SEASON-With the 68-58 win over N.C. State on February 7, Clemson has defeated three top-10 teams this season. Earlier, Clemson defeated fifth-ranked North Carolina 77-63 on January 2. On January 5, Clemson defeated ninth-ranked Virginia 74-67. 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 BREAKS ATTENDANCE RECORD-Clemson broke the single-game home attendance record in the Lady Tigers’ 68-58 win over N.C. State on February 7. A crowd of 4,871 attended the game, a Clemson single game home record for women’s basketball.

NURIA FORNS HAD CAREER-HIGH 14 POINTS AGAINST WOFFORD-Freshman Nuria Forns had a career-high 14 points in the Wofford game on February 10. She was 5-11 from the field, including 4-8 from the three-point line. She also had two steals in this game. This season she is 11-32 from the three-point line for a .344 pct.

JENNIFER DAVIS HAS CAREER HIGH–Jennifer Davis scored a career-high 17 points in the 87-50 win over UNC-Asheville on February 18. She was 8-13 from the field in the game.

PLAYING TIME FOR EVERYONE-Clemson has 10 players averaging in double figures in minutes played. Itoro Umoh leads the team in minutes played (30.0 minutes per game).

BLASSINGAME HAD CAREER HIGH IN SCORING–Junior Nikki Blassingame had a career-high 15 points in the Wofford game on February 10. In the New Orleans contest, she had a career high 12 rebounds on December 20. She tied her career high of 15 points in the Georgia Tech game on February 22, in Atlanta, GA.

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 129 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 36 top 25 teams since his arrival at Clemson in the 1987-88 season. At Littlejohn Coliseum, he has a 24-16 record vs. Associated Press Top 25 teams. This season, Clemson is 4-5 vs. top 25 teams.

DAVIS IS CLEMSON’S WINNINGEST COACH–Coach Jim Davis has compiled a 232-109 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.

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.

LAST HOME GAME RECORD--Clemson is 18-5 over the years when playing in its last home game of the season. Clemson defeated UNC-Asheville 87-50 on February 18, in the last home game of the 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.

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 SHOT .731 IN THE SECOND HALF VS. GEORGIA TECH–Clemson shot 19-26, .731 in the second half vs. Georgia Tech on February 22, in Atlanta, GA. This is the second highest field goal pct. in a single half ever by Clemson.

CLEMSON’S DEFENSE–Under Coach Jim Davis, the Clemson Lady Tigers have held opponents to 50 points or less 43 times and have never allowed an opponent to reach the 100-point plateau. All 43 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 72 blocked shots. She needs 10 to move into sixth place.

CLEMSON’S CAREER BLOCKED SHOTS LEADERS

        Name              Years    Blocked Shots    1.  Peggy Caple       1981-85  298    2.  Jackie Farmer     1989-91  129    3.  Barbara Kennedy   1978-82  128    4.  Jaci Stimson      1993-97  125    5.  Shandy Bryan      1989-93   96    6.  Louise Greenwood  1985-89   81    7.  Kerri Thomas      1994-     72

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 240-70 record when playing in Littlejohn Coliseum for a .774 mark. Last season the Lady Tigers were 9-3 at home. This season, the Lady Tigers are 13-0 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 .846 mark. During her career she is 214-253 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.

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 (143).

CLEMSON’S CAREER LIST FOR MOST 3PT GOALS MADE

        Name           Yrs  Years   GP   FGA    FGM    1.  Tara Saunooke   4   1991-95 121  586    252    2.  Kerry Boyatt    4   1989-93 121  450    178    3.  Amy Geren       3   1995-    91  389    143

JEANETTE DAVIS, ONE OF CLEMSON’S BEST ALL-TIME REBOUNDERS-Jeanette Davis is 12th on Clemson’s all-time top rebounders list with 551. 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 1252 2. Peggy Caple 4 1981-85 119 9.1 1087 3. Shandy Bryan 4 1989-93 126 6.9 874 4. Louise Greenwood 4 1985-89 112 7.7 859 5. Laura Cottrell 4 1993-97 119 6.8 808 6. Donna Forester 2 1976-78 63 12.2 766 7. Debra Buford 4 1977-81 127 5.3 735 8. Karen Ann Jenkins 4 1985-89 111 6.2 687 9. Bobbie Mims 4 1976-80 126 5.0 630 10. Jackie Farmer 2 1989-91 58 9.8 570 11. Janet Knight 4 1982-86 114 5.0 565 12. Jeanette Davis 3 1994-98 123 4.5 551

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 232 victories at Clemson. Davis is already fourth for most ACC victories with 101 and is the third all-time winningest coach in the ACC by percentage, (.680).

CLEMSON ON TELEVISION–Clemson has won 14 of its last 21 games on television. The Lady Tigers are 3-3 when appearing on television this season.

GEREN HAS SCORED 250 POINTS VS. ACC TEAMS THIS SEASON–Junior Amy Geren scored 250 points in Clemson’s 16 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 39-90 from the three-point line vs. the ACC this year for a .433 pct.

JENNIFER DAVIS IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPROVED PLAYERS ON THE SQUAD-Jennifer Davis has scored 100 points this season. The 100 points is more than she scored in the last two years combined (44). This year she is averaging 3.3 ppg. and 1.7 rpg. She is also 42-92 from the field for a .457 pct.

UMOH IS IN FIFTH PLACE FOR MOST STEALS--Itoro Umoh is in fifth place on the Clemson career list for most steals. Currently she has 201 steals and is also fourth all-time at Clemson for most steals per game with a 2.20 figure.

CLEMSON CAREER LIST FOR MOST STEALS Name Yrs. Years GP S/G Steals 1. Barbara Kennedy 4 1978-82 127 2.57 327 2. Ramona O’Neal 4 1985-89 117 2.44 286 3. Debra Buford 4 1977-81 127 1.88 239 4. Bobbie Mims 4 1976-80 126 1.77 224 5. Itoro Umoh 3 1995- 92 2.20 201

VERSUS THE ACC-Amy Geren leads the Lady Tigers in scoring against the ACC with a 15.6 ppg. average. She is 82-181 from the field vs. the ACC. She has also hit 39-90 from the three-point line for a .433 pct. Itoro Umoh is averaging 11.3 ppg. vs. ACC competition. Geren is averaging 4.3 rpg. vs. league foes. Kerri Thomas is averaging 5.1 rpg. against ACC opponents to lead the team.

ITORO UMOH IS ONE OF CLEMSON’S BEST ALL-TIME PLAY MAKERS–Itoro Umoh is 14th on the Clemson career list for most assists with 270.

CLEMSON CAREER LIST FOR MOST ASSISTS

        Name          Yrs.  Years     GP   A/G   Assists      1. Bobbie Mims       4     1976-80   126  4.89   617 2. Melinda Ashworth  4     1982-86   111  4.17   463 3. Susan Fehling     3      83-85,                              87-88     87  4.72   411 4. Drema Greer       2     1977-79    61  6.54   399 5. Mary Anne Cubelic 4     1979-83   119  3.29   392 6. Jennie Lyerly     4     1978-82   122  3.09   377 7. Dana Puckett      4     1990-94   117  3.18   373 8. Ramona O'Neal     4     1985-89   117  2.72   319 9. Cheryl Nix        4     1984-88   112  2.79   31210. Janet Knight      4     1982-86   114  2.64   30111. Courtney Johnson  4     1988-92   125  2.32   29112. Denise Marshall   4     1980-84   109  2.62   28613. Peggy Sells       4     1987-91   116  2.35   27314. Itoro Umoh        3     1995-98    92  2.93   270

UMOH AND GEREN MOVING UP CAREER SCORING CHART- Itoro Umoh is 17th on the Clemson career list for most points scored with 982. Amy Geren has 953 points and is 18th on the Clemson career list for most points scored.

POINTS SCORED

 Rk. Name                Yrs.  Years      GP    Avg.    Points 1. Barbara Kennedy       4   1978-82     127   24.5    3113 2. Janet Knight          4   1982-86     114   15.7    1795 3. Shandy Bryan          4   1989-93     126   12.9    1631 4. Karen Ann Jenkins     4   1985-89     111   13.6    1514 5. Mary Anne Cubelic     4   1979-83     119   12.6    1501 6. Tara Saunooke         4   1991-95     121   12.1    1462 7. Bobbie Mims           4   1976-80     126   11.5    1448 8. Kerry Boyatt          4   1989-93     121   11.8    1422 9. 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. Itoro Umoh            3   1995-        92   10.7     98218. Amy Geren             3   1995-        91   10.5     95319. Cheron Wells          2   1990-92      64   14.5     930 20. Debra Buford          4   1977-81     127    7.1     90321. Jaci Stimson          4   1993-97     115    7.8     90122. Stephanie Ridgeway    2   1994-96      62   14.1     87223. Jessica Barr          2   1992-94      58   14.9     86524. Julie Brickley        4   1983-87      85    9.9     84025. Sandy Bishop          2   1983-85      58   14.3     827

1997-98 LADY TIGER HONORS

ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCEAmy Geren-First TeamItoro Umoh-Second TeamALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTFirst Team-Itoro UmohSecond Team--Amy Geren, Natasha AndersonACC PLAYER OF THE WEEKDec. 15-Amy Geren Jan. 5-Amy GerenBAHAMAS SHOOTOUT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMNatasha Anderson, MVPItoro UmohNikki BlassingameTEAMBAHAMAS SHOOTOUT CHAMPIONS  CLEMSON'S RECORD IN 1997-98When a game is five points or less  3-2When leading at Halftime    21-0When  trailing at halftime  2-6When tied at halftime   1-1Shooting 50% or better from the field   7-0Shooting Under 50%  from the field  17-7Shooting 40% or better from the field   20-0Shooting under 40% from the field   4-7Shooting 60% or better from the FT line 19-7Shooting under 60% from the FT line 5-0Shooting 30% or better from the 3PT line    16-4Shooting under 30% from the 3PT line    8-3One-Point Decisions 1-0Two-Point Decisions 0-0Three-Point Decisions   1-1Four-Point Decisions    1-1Five-Point Decisions    0-0Overtime    2-0Under Coach Davis 1987-88-Present Shooting over .500  63-3CLEMSON IN 1997-98 POLLSDate        Associated Press    USA TodayJanuary 13  23                  23January 20  19                  22January 27  21                  22February 2  22                  21February 9  21                  21February 16 19                  19February 23 16                  17March 2     14                  14

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