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Feb 22, 2024

Whitehorn Notches First Career Double-Double, Tigers Fall to No. 19 Fighting Irish

FINAL SCORE: Clemson 47, No. 19 Notre Dame 74

RECORDS: Clemson (11-16, 4-11 ACC), No. 19 Notre Dame (20-6, 1-5 ACC)

CLEMSON LEADERS: Ruby Whitehorn (17 points), Whitehorn (10 rebounds), Dayshanette Harris (7 assists)


  • Ruby Whitehorn snagged a career-high __ rebounds and logged her first career double-double.
  • This is the seventh-straight game that Whitehorn has led the Tigers in rebounds.
  • Three Tigers scored in double figures: Whitehorn (17), Amari Robinson (14), Harris (12)

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Ruby Whitehorn notched her first career double-double on Thursday as the Clemson women’s basketball team dropped its game against the No. 19 Notre Dame Fighting Irish by a score of 47 – 74. Whitehorn scored 17 points and grabbed a career high 10 rebounds.

Amari Robinson scored the game’s first points with a shot from outside to give the Tigers the lead. Four points from Dayshanette Harris, and buckets from Whitehorn and Eno Inyang, it was another three pointer from Robinson that capped off an early run to give the Tigers a 14-4 lead. The first period ended with an 18-16 Clemson advantage.

The Irish offense recovered and found its rhythm. Following a first quarter in which the Tiger defense stifled the Notre Dame attack, the Irish took a ten-point lead into the locker rooms and then won the third and fourth quarters to win on its senior night in Purcell Pavilion.

UP NEXT: Clemson returns home to celebrate its senior night at Littlejohn Coliseum. The Tigers will be hosting Miami on Sunday, February 25 at 2:00 p.m.

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