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Women’s Basketball Returns To Action Against Boston College Monday Night

Women’s Basketball Returns To Action Against Boston College Monday Night

Jan. 26, 2008

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CLEMSON, SC – The Clemson women’s basketball team will return to the court on Monday night following an eight-day lay-off. The Lady Tigers (9-11, 2-3 ACC) will play host to Boston College (15-5, 3-2 ACC) at 7:00 pm from Littlejohn Coliseum.

The game will be broadcast on the ACC’s regional network, which includes Fox Sports Net South, Fox Sports Net Florida, Comcast SportsNet and the New England Sports Network. The team of Beth Mowins and Debbie Antonelli will call the action.

Fans can also follow the game on the airwaves with Dan Scott and Kanetra Queen on WCCP-FM (104.9), while livestats will be available by accessing the Clemson Athletic Homepage.

Clemson Veterans Vs. Boston College Just five players on the Clemson roster have seen action against the Eagles.

Christy Brown – had eight points and seven assists last season Morganne Campbell – played just eight minutes with three points Moreemi Davis – had four rebounds and a block in 12 minutes of play in 2007 Lele Hardy – scored 15 points in game at BC last year; was 7-10 from the field with four rebounds D’Lesha Lloyd – averaging 5.0 points and 4.5 rebounds in two games against the Eagles.

Scouting The Eagles Boston College enters Monday night’s match-up at Clemson with a 15-5 overall record with a 3-2 ledger in conference play. Most recently, the Eagles defeated Wake Forest, 66-58, in Chestnut Hill.

Freshman Stefanie Murphy leads Boston College with 17.4 points per game, a figure that ranks fourth in the ACC, and is also averaging a team-best 8.9 rebounds per contest. Carolyn Swords is also scoring in double figures for the Eagles with 13.9 per game and ranks second on the team a 7.5 rebounding average.

Overall, the Eagles are shooting 46.5-percent from the field, trailing only Maryland and North Carolina in the conference standings. They are also out-rebounding their opponents by nearly nine boards per game.

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