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Dec 21, 2023

Tennis Announces 2024 Schedule for Saia’s Inaugural Season

Clemson, S.C. – The Tigers and newly appointed head coach Boomer Saia announce an exciting spring 2024 season, which includes 16 home matches at the Duckworth Family Tennis Facility. 

“We are so excited to get into our 2024 spring schedule! It has a great mixture of competitive talent, and we will be challenged in all aspects,” Saia says. “We are greatly looking forward to embracing each opportunity this spring. We are excited to meet our home fans and see everyone out cheering on the Tigers!”

Coming off a 16-12 record in the 2023 spring season, the Tigers secured a final national ranking of #42. The team is eager to showcase their skills and determination in the upcoming season. 

​​Key returning players include Sophia Hatton, who had an outstanding 17-11 overall record and a 7-5 conference record in the 2023 season. Additionally, Cristina Mayorova had a remarkable 20-13 individual record and a 4-7 ACC play record. Daniella Medvedeva had a standout season with an impressive overall record of 20-10 and a 7-6 ACC play record, solidifying her as a force to be reckoned with on the court.

The Tigers open their season in Palm Springs, Calif., before opening the home portion of the schedule with a match against ETSU on January 19. Conference play begins on February 23 at Syracuse.

The 2024 schedule promises a series of thrilling matchups at home, with notable matchups against Virginia, Louisville, Notre Dame, Wake Forrest, and N.C. State, allowing fans to witness high-caliber tennis and support their Tigers. There will be three doubleheaders in January, February, and March.

Postseason competition is slated for April 17-21, with the ACC Championship Tournament in Cary, N.C. Following the ACC Tournament, the NCAA first and second rounds will begin on May 3 and will be held in various locations.

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