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Mar 22, 2022

GAMEDAY CENTRAL: Softball at Georgia

No. 16/15 Clemson (19-8) at No. 17/21 Georgia (17-10)


  • 🆚 Opponent: No. 17/21 Georgia
  • 🗓 Date/Time: Wednesday, March 23 • 7 p.m.
  • 📍 Venue: Turner Softball Stadium • Athens, Ga.
  • 📺 Watch: SEC Network
  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats 

Clemson: Roster | Schedule | Game Notes (PDF)


  • Clemson takes an 19-8 record to Athens for a midweek matchup against Georgia.
  • The Tigers will face the Bulldogs for the first time since Georgia made the trip to Clemson in 2020.
  • The Tigers have outscored opponents 120-60 in games this season, including run-ruling seven opponents.
  • Clemson has 186 hits through 27 games, including posting 33 doubles and 22 home runs.
  • Clemson returns to the field after dropping the ACC series at Duke, 2-1, winning only the Saturday game with a 10-2 run-rule victory.
  • The pitching staff is posting a 1.85 ERA with 169 strikeouts through 178 innings.


  • Cammy Pereira has been a consistent presence since joining Clemson’s inaugural class being the Tigers’ go-to face of the program in difficult situations.
  • Pereira was recently recognized at the Clemson Board Meeting as a notable student-athlete having been the driving force to multiple Clemson initiatives including but not limited to: being the leader of the Tigers Unite affinity group CU Pride, spoken at several panels regarding issues in the LGBTQ community, participating in Clemson academic research, is a Paw Pal mentor and a student liaison for the We CU Committee for staff engagement.
  • Following her time at Clemson, Pereira will attend medical school at Via College of Osteopathic Medicine beginning in July.
  • Pereira became the third softball player at Clemson to be awarded the Weaver-James-Corrigan postgraduate scholarship by the ACC.
  • She is one of two Clemson softball players and one of 30 NCAA Division I softball players in the running for the Senior CLASS Award which focuses on the total student-athlete and encourages students to use their platform in athletics to make a positive impact as leaders in their communities.
  • On the field this season, Pereira has started every game at second base and leads the team with a .329 average with 13 runs scored and 10 RBIs.


  • The Clemson softball program has accomplished multiple feats for being a program with just over 100 games.
  • Entering this season, the only players with over 100 collegiate games under their belts are transfers that began their careers at other programs. These players include Marissa Guimbarda, Grace Mattimore, Cammy Pereira, Sam Russ and Bailey Taylor.
  • Valerie Cagle surpassed the 100-game mark at the same time as the program after starting in every game in program history.
  • The remaining 23 players on the 2022 roster have appeared in less than 100 games led by JoJo Hyatt (98), Alia Logoleo (93) and Arielle Oda (93).
  • The Tigers won the ACC Regular Season Title in their first complete season in the 2021 after playing only 27 games in 2020.
  • In only their second season, the Tigers also competed in the ACC Championship game and at the Tuscaloosa Regional.

For complete coverage of the Clemson Softball team, follow @ClemsonSoftball on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. In addition, on Feb. 15 Clemson and IPTAY launched Clemson+, a streaming service feature exclusive Clemson content. Information on how to become an IPTAY member and gain access to the subscription is available here.