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Apr 18, 2024

GAMEDAY CENTRAL: Softball at Notre Dame

No. 21/20 Clemson (29-14, 11-7 ACC) at Notre Dame (23-18, 7-11 ACC)


  • 🆚 Opponent: at Notre Dame
  • 🗓 Date/Time: Friday, April 19 • 5 p.m.
  • 📍 Venue: Melissa Cook Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.
  • 📺 Watch: ESPNU
  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats

  • 🆚 Opponent: at Notre Dame
  • 🗓 Date/Time: Saturday, April 20 • 1 p.m.
  • 📍 Venue: Melissa Cook Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.
  • 📺 Watch: ACCNX
  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats

  • 🆚 Opponent: at Notre Dame
  • 🗓 Date/Time: Sunday, April 21 • 6 p.m.
  • 📍 Venue: Melissa Cook Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.
  • 📺 Watch: ACC Network
  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats

Clemson: Roster | Schedule | Game Notes (PDF)


  • Clemson returns 15 letter winners from the 2023 roster, including three players that were All-ACC selections, and added two transfers to bolster the roster in Alex Brown and Lindsey Garcia.
  • The Tigers hold a .293 batting average. Clemson also has a .483 slugging percentage and .385 on-base percentage.
  • Clemson’s pitching staff maintains a 2.20 ERA through 289.1 innings of work and has 238 strikeouts.
  • The Tigers are 3-1 all-time against the Fighting Irish with the last time both programs met being at the ACC Tournament in 2022 where Clemson claimed a 7-3 victory.


  • Clemson has outscored opponents 252-113 this season
  • Clemson had 336 hits through 43 games, including posting 49 doubles, 47 home runs and 14 triples
  • The Tigers have 227 RBIs this season with Valerie Cagle (35), Alia Logoleo (33), McKenzie Clark (32) and Maddie Moore (31) leading the charge. A total of 15 batters have tallied at least one RBI this season, including nine in double digits
  • 11 Tigers combined for 83 multi-hit games led by Alex Brown (14), McKenzie Clark (13), Maddie Moore (13) and Valerie Cagle (12)


  • Maddie Moore found her place in the Clemson lineup on the right side of the infield last season by moving to second base after previously floating between third base and shortstop during her freshman campaign. She made the shift back to shortstop in the second-game of the Syracuse series and has been there for the past seven games.
  • This season, the junior has 57 putouts and 76 assists seeing time at both middle infield positions.
  • Appearing in 162 career games, she has tallied 107 hits, including 21 doubles and 21 homers for a .497 slugging percentage and .388 on-base percentage. She continues to be dominant this season by maintaining a .356 average and .465 on-base percentage clocking 42 hits and 23 walks
  • With speed on her side, she has stolen 38 career bases (13 in 2024 to lead the Tigers), and scored 100 runs (28 in 2024).
  • She kicked off her junior campaign with a grand slam in the opening game against Missouri State. She followed that with a two-run shot at Charlotte and a three-run bomb in the series finale against North Carolina. She has eight home runs total on the season – good for second-most on the roster).
  • Off the diamond, the junior spoke about what it was like returning to softball after suffering an ACL injury and meniscus tear in October 2019 while she was still in high school
  • She credits her mom keeping her level and helping overcome the mental comeback that was needed to return from injury
  • Majoring in sociology and minoring in women’s leadership, she hopes to pursue a career in developing women’s athletic wear to encourage body positivity. After experiencing so much love and support from the women in her life, she wants to give back on a larger scale