Who: CLEMSON TIGERS (4-5) vs. NORTH DAKOTA (7-2)When: Saturday, Dec. 13 at 7 pmWhere: Clemson, S.C. (Littlejohn Coliseum)Watch: TigerCast: ClemsonTigers.comListen: WCCP 105.5 FM (Angela Mallen, William Qualkinbush) & Clemson Tigers Official AppNext Game: Clemson vs. Longwood • Fri., Dec. 19 • 7 p.m. • Clemson, S.C.
CLEMSON, S.C. – The women’s basketball team emerges from final exams with a Saturday showdown against 2014 NCAA Tournament Participant and Big Sky Champion North Dakota (7-2) at 7 p.m. in Littlejohn Coliseum. The Tigers (4-5) have been off from competition for six days during exams.
The Tigers enter the game at 4-0 in home games this season, which includes point totals greater than 76 points in each of the contests. They’ve reached that figure just once in the other five games away from Littlejohn.
Clemson is in the midst of a six-game homestand, a first in program history.
Notes (in 140 characters or less):After 4 games away from home, Clemson is in 2nd of 6-game homestandClemson is 4-0 at home, its best start in LJC since 2010-11 (5-0)The Tigers have scored 76 or more in all 4 home games, all winsUND is Clemson’s 4th first-time opponent this season (Troy, FGCU, WSU)After a 20-23 showing vs. TTU, Clemson is 3rd in ACC FT% (.745)Clemson scored 79+ points in 3 of its first 4 games this season, a milestone crossed just twice in 2013-14 in regulationNikki Dixon (19.8), Shelbie Davenport (14.8) and Nelly Perry (11.8) are all averaging double-figures in home games this seasonClemson has drawn 14 charges this year, led by Davenport (5) and Dixon (5)Dixon has scored 24+ off the bench 3 times this season, incl. 26 vs. TTUThe Tiger bench amassed a season-high 49 points in its last outingFive players (Dixon, Davenport, Perry, Tagliapietra, Lewis) scored in double-figures against TTU, a program first since Dec. 2, 2012Clemson’s 28 points against Middle Tennessee were its fewest ever
October 23, 2020