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Clemson Women’s Basketball Travels to Chattanooga to Take on Mocs

Dec. 11, 2009

Game Notes

CLEMSON, SC – The Clemson women’s basketball team will travel to Chattanooga, TN for a showdown with the UT-Chattanooga Mocs of the 5:00 pm on Saturday Evening. The Tigers (6-3) and Mocs (4-5) met a season ago, a 79-74 Tiger victory in Clemson.

 Game Setup

  • Site: McKenzie Arena (11,218)
  • Date: December 12, 2009
  • City: Chattanooga, TN
  • Time: 5:00 pm EST

 Broadcast Notes

  • Radio: WCCP-FM 104.9 (Don Munson: play-by-play; Kanetra Queen: Color)
  • Livestats: Available on

 Clemson Quick Notes

  • The Tigers have had two 20-point scorers in a game twice this season.
  • Clemson’s 104 point output against Charleston Southern were the most points scored since 1995
  • The Tiger bench accounted for 60 points against the Buccaneers
  • Lele Hardy…
  • Is ranked first in the ACC in steals, sixth in scoring, and fourth in rebounding
  • Is now ranked 12th in Clemson’s history in scoring and seventh in rebounding
  • Crossed the 1200 point plateau against Richmond
  • Became the 15th player in ACC history to amass 300 career steals with four against Kennesaw State
  • Needs 5 steals to tie Barbara Kennedy-Dixon’s school record
  • Will start her 100th career game at Chattanooga
  • Freshman Keyrra Gillespie is second in the ACC with 5.9 assists per game and leads the ACC with 53 assists
  • Shaniqua Pauldo has reached double-figures in eight of nine games and had a career-high nine rebounds against South Carolina.
  • Lindsey Mason and Tagan Hatchett played together at Etowah High School in Georgia
  • The Tigers have played seven of their past nine games on the road.

 Series Notes

  • Clemson leads Chattanooga, 5-4, in the all-time series
  • The Mocs are 2-0 at home all-time against the Tigers
  • The series dates back to 1982, a 103-82 Clemson win

 Last Time Out – 104-52 vs. Charleston Southern

  • The Tigers had six players score in double-figures
  • The 104 points were the most points scored by Clemson since March 25, 1995, a 107-66 win over East Tennessee State.
  • The 52-point margin of victory was the largest under Cristy McKinney
  • It was the first time Clemson has hit 100 points since 2003 against South Carolina, and the first time in regulation since a 101-59 win against Wofford, on Nov. 20, 1998.
  • Clemson’s bench accounted for 60 points in the game and shot 64.7% from the field

·       Chelsey Pinkstaff and Morgan McMinn recorded their first career points in the game, while Ashlee Wilson made her first career appearance.