CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Atlantic Coast Conference released the women’s basketball preseason polls and All-ACC teams on Thursday. The Clemson women’s basketball team was picked to finish in 11th place in the ACC this upcoming season.
Amari Robinson gathered one vote for ACC Preseason Player of the Year.
In the 2022-23 campaign, the Tigers were voted to finish in 12th place but they outperformed expectations. With 19 wins last season, Clemson had a nine-win improvement from the year prior, and wrapped up the season by advancing to the sweet sixteen of the WNIT. Robinson received All-ACC honors after averaging over 13 points and six rebounds per contest.
Ruby Whitehorn made a splash her freshman season after becoming the highest-rated high school player in program history to sign with the Tigers. The former McDonald’s All-American displayed elite athleticism and the capability to take over a game en route to being selected to the ACC All-Freshman team.
The excellent culture and environment in the Clemson women’s basketball program attracted some top-notch transfer talent. With six transfers joining the program this past offseason, the Tigers are one of the more experienced groups in the ACC.
The Tigers are led by head coach Amanda Butler who currently has 299 wins in her head coaching career.
Clemson women’s basketball is eager to start its season on November 6 at 11 AM in Littlejohn Coliseum against Winthrop.
Season and single game tickets for the 2023-24 season can be purchased online or by calling the Clemson ticket office at 1-800-CLEMSON
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