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Jun 12, 2024

Clemson to Host Florida in Annual SEC/ACC Challenge

CLEMSON, S.C. – ESPN announced on Wednesday afternoon that the Clemson Tigers women’s basketball team will be hosting the Florida Gators in its annual SEC/ACC Challenge.

The Tigers will be hosting the Gators on Thursday, December 5, 2024, in Littlejohn Coliseum. More information about the broadcast and game times will be published and shared on Clemson social media as it becomes available.

In the 14 games of last season’s ACC/SEC Challenge, the conferences split the series and won seven games apiece.

Clemson is entering its 50th season of women’s basketball and is led by first-year head coach Shawn Poppie. The Tigers return Maddi Cluse, Eno Inyang, Mackenzie Kramer, Kylee Kellerman, Madi Ott and Bella Ranallo from last year’s team.

Poppie and his staff have been busy in the transfer portal signing multiple players with significant postseason experience. Florence, S.C. native Loyal McQueen joins the Tigers after having made several NCAA-tournament runs with Georgia Tech and Alabama. Anya Poole comes to Clemson after being a starter for much of her four seasons at North Carolina. The Tigers also brought in Tessa Miller who was one of just two post players in the nation to put up 14 points, six rebounds, and three assists per game at Belmont. She was also a key contributor on a Bruins team that upset Oregon in the first round of the 2022 NCAA tournament.

Clemson also brought in a lot of outside shooting from the transfer portal having signed four players who shot 38% or higher from three-point range last season. Hannah Kohn transferred to Clemson from Chattanooga where she was the third-best three-point shooter in the nation (46.3%). Summah Evans brings four years of experience from North Florida and Mercer, as well as a 40% shooting clip from outside. Mia Moore and Raven Thompson shot 38% from three-point range at UAB and Chattanooga, respectively, last season.

The Tigers also signed Addie Porter – who led Chattanooga in steals and was one of the Mocs’ best rebounders last season – former four-star recruit Jordy Griggs, and freshman Morgan Miller from Andover, Minn.

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