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Sep 24, 2019

Women’s Basketball Announces 2019-20 Conference Schedule

CLEMSON, S.C. – The 2019-20 Clemson women’s basketball schedule is now complete, as the conference portion of the schedule was announced today by the ACC office. Six top 25 opponents highlight Clemson’s 45th season of Atlantic Coast Conference play, beginning with a matchup with Florida State on December 8 inside Littlejohn Coliseum.

Six of Clemson’s 18 conference games have been picked up as RSN contests, while two will air on the ACC Network and the January 19 game against Duke in Littlejohn Coliseum will be shown on ESPNU. Five games will be shown on the ACC Network Extra and broadcast plans for the remaining games are still to be announced.

The ACC Tournament is set to take place March 4-8 in Greensboro, N.C.

The Tigers are coming off an 9-7 record in conference play in 2018-19, the most since 2002. Clemson Head Coach Amanda Butler was named the league’s Coach of the Year following her first season at the helm, after guiding the Tigers to a seventh-place finish. Clemson won three games against top 25 teams in 2018-19, all coming in ACC play.

Season tickets for Clemson women’s basketball games are on sale now at ClemsonTigers.com/tickets or by calling 1-800-CLEMSON. Tickets are $75 for general admission seats. Fans also have the opportunity to purchase a men’s and women’s basketball mobile pass for $199. With the mobile pass, fans are granted entry to every 2019-20 men’s and women’s basketball regular season home game in Littlejohn Coliseum.

Get the latest news on all things Clemson women’s basketball by following us on Twitter (@ClemsonWBB), Facebook (/ClemsonTigersWBB) and Instagram (@ClemsonWBB).

ACC Notes

  • All 135 ACC regular-season conference games will be available through the ESPN family of networks, including the new ACC Network, the conference’s Regional Sports Networks (RSN) or ACC Network Extra.
  • Sixty regular-season games, including 42 conference games, are set to be televised by ACC Network and an additional 12 games will air on other ESPN networks.
  • A league-record 121 games will air on ACC Network Extra, spanning non-conference and conference action.
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