March 5, 2003
Clemson will open play in the 26th Annual ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament Friday night against Maryland at 6:00 p.m. in the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC. Clemson will be the seventh seed in the 26th Annual ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament and will face the eighth-seeded Terrapins.
Clemson is led in scoring by Chrissy Floyd with a 17.6 ppg. average. Freshman Amanda White leads the team in rebounding, averaging 6.1 rpg. Kanetra Queen leads the squad in assists with 95, and Floyd leads the team in steals with 45 each.
Maryland has a 10-17 record overall. The Terrapins finished the ACC with a 4-12 record. Renneika Razor leads the Terrapins in scoring (16.3 ppg.) and rebounding (5.6 rpg.) Clemson defeated Maryland 70-59 on January 9, at College Park, MD. Chrissy Floyd scored 20 points and had nine rebounds in this game.
In the second game, Clemson defeated Maryland 85-67 at Clemson. The Lady Tigers were led in scoring by Tia Andrew led the Lady Tigers in rebounding with eight. This will be the 52nd meeting between Clemson and Maryland on the basketball court. The Terrapins leads the overall series 28-23. In games played at Neutral Sites, Maryland leads the overall series 2-1.
This will be the fifth meeting between Clemson and Maryland in the ACC Tournament. The Terrapins lead the series in the ACC Tournament 3-1. The two teams met in the first-ever ACC Tournament on February 10 in the semifinals and the Terrapins won 98-76. On February 9, 1980, Maryland defeated Clemson 92-61 in the semifinal round. In 1982, in the championship game, Maryland defeated Clemson 93-81 at Raleigh, NC. Clemson defeated Maryland in the semfinals 63-44 on February 28, 1998.
Clemson’s Chrissy Floyd was named first-team All-ACC as announced by the Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association. This was the second consecutive year that Floyd has been named to the first-team. It is also the fourth time that Floyd has been named to the All-ACC team as she was named second-team All-ACC her freshman and sophomore seasons.
Clemson’s Amanda White was named Freshman All-ACC as announced by the Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association. White leads the Lady Tigers in rebounding with a 6.1 rpg. mark. She also is Clemson’s fourth leading scorer this season with a 6.9 ppg. average. She has started 26 games for the Lady Tigers this season. White is the first freshman since 1994 to start for the Lady Tigers.
Clemson has an overall record of 26-23 in the ACC Tournament over the years. Clemson has a 10-2 record in the ACC Tournament in the last four seasons. The Lady Tigers won the ACC Tournament in 1996 and 1999.
The Lady Tigers have played in the ACC Championship game six times. Head Coach Jim Davis has a 19-11 record in the ACC Tournament during his Clemson career. Clemson has a 6-6 record in the ACC Tournament when the Lady Tigers are seeded third.
CLEMSON PROBABLE STARTERS30 Julie Aderhold 5-11 F JR 8.5 PPG, 2.6 RPG4 Maggie Slosser 6-2 F JR 5.0 PPG., 3.0 RPG44 Amanda White 6-4 C FR 6.9 PPG, 6.1 RPG20 Kanetra Queen 5-8 G JR 3.5 PPG, 2.5 RPG32 Chrissy Floyd 5-9 G SR 17.6 PPG, 4.3 RPG
MARYLAND PROBABLE STARTERS 21 Renneika Razor 5-8 G SR 16.3 PPG. 5.6 RPG. 5 Terri Daniels 5-11 G SR 9.1 PPG., 3.7 RPG. 12 Vicki Brick 5-7 G JR 7.9 PPG., 3.6 RPG. 40 Angel Ross 6-2 C FR 5.9 PPG., 5.6 RPG. 32 Charmaine Carr 6-1 F FR 5.2 PPG., 3.7 RPG.
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