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Oct 21, 2021

MATCH DAY CENTRAL: Volleyball vs. Boston College & Syracuse


🐾 Clemson vs Boston College

📍 Chestnut Hill, Mass. (Power Gym)

🗓 Friday, October 22, 2021 • 8 p.m. • RSN

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🐾 Clemson vs. Syracuse

📍 Syracuse, N.Y. (Women’s Building)

🗓 Sunday, October 24, 2021 • 1 p.m. • ACCNX

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Match Notes

Clemson travels to Boston College and Syracuse

CLEMSON, S.C – The Clemson Volleyball team travels to Chestnut Hill, Mass. and Syracuse, N.Y. to start their third road trip of ACC play. Friday’s match-up against Boston College is set for 8 p.m. at Power Gym and will appear on RSN (How to Watch). The Tigers will finish up their road trip on Sunday against Syracuse at Women’s Gym with a 1 p.m. scheduled start, streamed on ACCNX.

The Tigers and Eagles have met 29 times previously, most recently in the spring of 2021 when Clemson secured a 3-0 victory. The Tigers lead the series 22-7. Boston College comes into the match 12-10 (2-6 ACC), following two losses against North Carolina and North Carolina State. Leading the Boston College attack is graduate outside hitter Clare Naughton with 3.49 kills per set. Graduate middle blocker Amaka Chukwujekwu adds 2.03 kills per set and hits a team-best .350 for the Eagles. 

The Orange are coming into contest 14-6 (3-5 ACC) with two recent losses from North Carolina State and North Carolina. Syracuse leads the series 11-3 and holds a nine-match winning streak over the Tigers, with their last win between the two programs in 2021. Syracuse is led by Graduate middle blocker Marina Markova with 4.17 kills per set. Junior Middle Blocker Abby Casiano adds 1.04 blocks per set on 74 total blocks. 

Clemson enters the competition with an 11-8 (3-5 ACC) overall record after two recent losses against #16 Georgia Tech and Duke. Graduate Transfer outside hitter Kaylee Martin continues to set the offensive tone with a team-high 3.22 kills per set and 209 kills, followed by sophomore Camryn Hannah’s 3.13 kills per set. On the defensive end, freshman Libero Devan Taylor maintains her dominance on the court, tallying 4.15 digs per set on 274 digs this season. Taylor ranks 19th among NCAA freshmen in Digs per set and holds the 4th spot in the ACC. The Tigers’ offense features three players with 120-plus kills on the season in Martin, Hannah, Cate Long, and Ani Clark.

Both matches are open to the public with tickets available for purchase.

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