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Dec 04, 2021

WBB Hoops Central: Clemson vs. Presbyterian College

Clemson (4-3) 🆚 Presbyterian College (4-3)

📍 Venue: Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, S.C.

🕑 Tipoff: Sunday, Dec. 5, 2 p.m.

📺 Watch: ACCNX (Fred Cunningham & Coach Jim Davis)

📻 Radio: Clemson Athletics Network (William Qualkinbush, Tori Niemann)

📊 Stats: Live Stats

🎟 Tickets: Free admission for regular-season home games


Clemson: Roster | Schedule | Game Notes (PDF)

Presbyterian: Roster | Schedule | Game Notes (PDF)



  • The Clemson Tigers will welcome the Blue Hose of Presbyterian College to campus on Sunday, Dec. 5 at 2 p.m in a game that will be live on the ACCNX.
  • Clemson comes into the game 4-3 following a 61-72 loss in the B1G/ACC Challenge against Northwestern.  
  • Delicia Washington scored in double figures for the sixth game of the season with 18 points and Kiara Lewis went 5-for-6 from the free-throw line on her way to score 16 points and Amari Robinson finished with 14 points in the effort. 
  • Presbyterian comes into the game with a 4-3 record. The last time out the Blue Hose used a 24-point second quarter that helped the Presbyterian College women’s basketball team pick up its fourth straight victory over UNCG by the score of 60-53. Jade Compton was one of three to post in double figures as she led the Blue Hose with 15 points and six rebounds. Nyah Willis and Maleia Bracone added 12 points in the contest as well.
  • This will be the sixth meeting all-time between the Tigers and Presbyterian College with Clemson holding a 4-1 lead in the series. 
  • Washington leads Clemson in points (15.9), rebounds (7.1), and assists (2.8) coming into the game on Sunday. 
  • Clemson scored 31 points in the second quarter against Columbia and that was the most in any quarter since moving to the quarter format back in 2015. The Tigers also scored 30 points in the first quarter of the Mount St. Mary’s game and that was the most points scored in the first quarter for Clemson since the NCAA moved to quarter play in 2015-16. 
  • Clemson has scored 262 points in the paint, 135 points off their opponents’ turnovers, and 87 fast-break points at this point in the season. 


  • The ACC, Big Ten, and Pac-12 announced a joint initiative entitled “Teammates for Mental Health,” designed to raise awareness about the importance of mental health and wellness among their more than 27,000 student-athletes. 
  • This initiative builds upon the work all three conferences continue to dedicate toward mental health, including the creation of dedicated task forces and cabinets comprised of mental health professionals on campuses at the 41 world-class institutions that comprise the ACC, Big Ten, and Pac-12. 
  • The Alliance’s Teammates for Mental Health initiative includes a public service announcement (PSA) featuring women’s and men’s basketball head coaches and the commissioners from all three conferences. The 30-second PSA will air on ESPN, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, and Pac-12 Network, as well as on conference-owned digital and social media channels. 


  • Fred Cunningham (play-by-play) and Coach Jim Davis (analyst) will be on the call of the ACCNX broadcast. 
  • All games included in the ESPN package (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ACCN, ACCNX) will be available through ESPN, accessible online at, on smartphones and tablets via the ESPN app, and streamed on televisions through Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox 360 or Xbox One to fans who receive their video subscriptions from an affiliated provider.
  • The contest can also be heard on the Clemson Athletic Network radio stations and audio stream, with William Qualkinbush and Sarah-Jo Lawrence calling the action. 
  • Airtime for games on the Clemson Athletics Network occurs 30 minutes before tipoff. 


  • If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. 
  • Parking lots will open two hours before tipoff. 
  • The seating bowls will be at 100% capacity. 
  • The clear bag policy is in effect. Fans are reminded to keep phones and keys in their pockets, as they proceed through the metal detectors. 
  • For the general public, face coverings are recommended but not required in all areas of Littlejohn Coliseum. 
  • Fans should be considerate of others and utilize proper cheering etiquette. Screaming, hugging, and high-fiving may not be welcomed physical interactions amongst strangers this season. Guests should be aware of their surroundings and the safety of others.