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Mar 09, 2020

Gritty Performance: Tevin Mack

By: Zach Wagner

In his final game inside of Littlejohn Coliseum, Tevin Mack scored a team-high 19 points and posted two blocks in a loss to Georgia Tech on Senior Night. Mack, a graduate transfer from Alabama, but a native of nearby Columbia has played in all 30 games for the Tigers this season. Mack averaged 12.3 points on 45% shooting from the field during the regular season.

Mack poured in nine points in the first half helping spark the Tiger offense after a slow start from the floor. Mack hit two three treys in the first half. Fellow senior Curran Scott matched Mack with nine first half points as the Tigers headed to the locker room trailing the Yellow Jackets.

In the final half of regular season basketball for Mack, he contributed 10 points for the Tigers. Three of the ten points came from the free throw line, and Mack sunk one ball from behind the 3-point line. 

Mack’s biggest bucket of the contest came with under 10 minutes left in the closing stanza. With Clemson claiming its first lead of the half, Mack fired up a three from well behind the 3-point line, finding nothing but net and getting the Littlejohn crowd back up on their feet. Clemson outscored Georgia Tech 15-3 from the 12:00 mark to the 8:30 mark.


“He played well tonight. It's great to see him go off with a good performance,” said Head Coach Brad Brownell after the game. “He got in a good rhythm there in the second half and helped us take the lead.”