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Mar 04, 2024

Clemson vs. Tennessee Moves to 2 p.m.

CLEMSON, S.C. – In anticipation of inclement weather on Tuesday, the Clemson and Tennessee softball teams have announced a time change for the midweek game. The Tigers and Lady Vols are now set to play at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5.

Tickets for Tuesday’s game are still valid for the new first pitch. The game will still be broadcast on ACCNX.For complete coverage of the Clemson Softball team, follow @ClemsonSoftball on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.


  • 🆚 Opponent: Tennessee
  • 🗓 Date/Time: Tuesday, March 5 • 2 p.m.
  • 📍 Venue: McWhorter Stadium • Clemson, S.C.
  • 📺 Watch: ACCNX
  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats

Clemson: Roster | Schedule | Game Notes (PDF)


  • Clemson has outscored opponents 101-47 through four weeks of action.
  • The Tigers have tallied 138 hits through 17 games, including 21 doubles and 18 home runs
  • Through the first four weeks, Clemson holds a .309 batting average led by Valerie Cagle (.404). Clemson also has a .490 slugging percentage and .403 on-base percentage.
  • Clemson’s pitching staff maintains a 2.37 ERA through 112.1 innings of work and recorded 95 strikeouts.
  • The Tigers have 87 RBIs this season with Valerie Cagle (18), Maddie Moore (13), Julia Knowler (12) and McKenzie Clark (11) leading the charge. A total of 11 batters have tallied at least one RBI this season.
  • Single-game tickets are now on sale for the 2024 home slate with tickets being available both online and a limited amount of walkup sales at the gate on the day of each game. Fans can find out more information on tickets here


  • Clemson and Tennessee have met twice in the last two seasons with its first meeting coming during the 2022 season.
  • The previous two meetings have both been at neutral sites as the team met in Clearwater, Fla. in 2022 and in Tampa, Fla. during the 2023 campaign.
  • In 2022, Clemson claimed the 4-3 win in nine innings after Cagle pitched the complete nine innings with 13 strikeouts. McKenzie Clark reached on a fielder’s choice, and Maddie Moore walked it off by heading home on a throwing error.
  • In 2023, Tennessee took the 1-0 victory. Cagle picked up eight strikeouts in the game, and both her and Arielle Oda clocked hits alongside Caroline Jacobsen and Reedy Davenport.