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Lady Tigers Play Host to Wofford at 7:00 pm on Monday

Dec. 20, 2009


CLEMSON, SC – The Clemson women’s basketball team, winners of four of the past five games, will take on Wofford (1-9) at Littlejohn Coliseum on Monday night at 7:00 pm. The Tigers (8-4) are trying to remain undefeated at home this season, taking a 4-0 ledger into the game.

Game Setup


  • Site: Littlejohn Coliseum (10,000)
  • Date: December 21, 2009
  • City: Clemson, SC
  • Time: 7:00 pm EST
  • Season Stats
  • Game Notes

Broadcast Notes

  • Radio: WCCP-FM 104.9 (Dan Scott: play-by-play; Kanetra Queen: Color)
  • Internet: TigerCast (Roy Philpott, William Qualkinbush)
  • Livestats: Available on


Clemson Quick Notes

  • Clemson is 4-0 at home this season and holds a 4-1 mark against teams from the state of South Carolina
  • The Tigers have not won five games against South Carolina opponents in the same season since the 1994-95 campaign.
  • The three-game homestand marks the end of a stretch in which Clemson has played eight of 11 games away from home
  • The Tigers rank second in the ACC in assists per game
  • Clemson has 12 players averaging more than 9.5 minutes per game and have used six starting lineups
  • Clemson’s 104 point output against Charleston Southern were the most points scored by the program since 1995
  • The Tiger bench accounted for 60 points in that game
  • Lele Hardy…
  • Is now ranked 12th in Clemson’s history in scoring and sixth in rebounding.
  • Currently ranks 9th in ACC history in steals and fourth in career steals per game
  • Is tied  with Barbara Kennedy-Dixon’s for the school record in steals with 327
  • Freshman Keyrra Gillespie leads the ACC with 60 assists
  • Shaniqua Pauldo has reached double-figures in ten of 12 games and had a career-high nine rebounds against South Carolina and USC Upstate

Series Notes

  • Clemson leads 5-0
  • The Tigers are 4-0 against Wofford in Clemson
  • Clemson last defeated the Terriers in 2006-07, a 94-81 win for Clemson
  • D’Lesha Lloyd had 26 points and 11 rebounds to lead Clemson; then-freshman Christy Brown had 17 points and seven assists, while fellow freshman Lele Hardy had 13 points, seven rebounds, and seven steals.