No. 12 Clemson hosts North Carolina

NO. 12/14 CLEMSON (18-6, 2-1 ACC) HOSTS NORTH CAROLINA (20-4, 2-1 ACC)


  • 🆚 Opponent: North Carolina

  • 🗓 Date/Time: Friday, March152 • 6 p.m.

  • 📍 Venue: McWhorter Stadium • Clemson, S.C.

  • 📺 Watch: ACCNX

  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats

  • 🆚 Opponent: North Carolina

  • 🗓 Date/Time: Saturday, March 16 • 1 p.m.

  • 📍 Venue: McWhorter Stadium • Clemson, S.C.

  • 📺 Watch: ACCNX

  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats

  • 🆚 Opponent: North Carolina

  • 🗓 Date/Time: Sunday, March 17 • 7 p.m.

  • 📍 Venue: McWhorter Stadium • Clemson, S.C.

  • 📺 Watch: ACC Network

  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats

Clemson: Roster | Schedule | Game Notes (PDF)


  • Clemson returns 15 letter winners from the 2023 roster, including three players that were All-ACC selections, and added two transfers to bolster the roster in Alex Brown and Lindsey Garcia.

  • The Tigers hold a .304 batting average led by Valerie Cagle (.390). Clemson also has a .495 slugging percentage and .399 on-base percentage.

  • Clemson’s pitching staff maintains a 1.98 ERA through 162.1 innings of work and has 145 strikeouts.

  • The Tigers hold an 8-0 record all-time against the Tar Heels with the last matchup between the two programs being at the 2023 ACC Tournament, where Clemson claimed a 2-1 victory

  • Single-game tickets are now on sale for the 2024 home slate with tickets being available both online and a limited amount of walkup sales at the gate on the day of each game. Fans can find out more information on tickets here


  • The Tigers welcome back 13 former Tigers for their alumni game on Saturday, March 16 against North Carolina

  • Clemson is excited to welcome back some of the key founding members of the Tiger Softball Program as every member returning was a member of at least one regional appearance, with many being on the 2022 and/or the 2023 super regional teams

  • Alumni returning have seen time in two ACC Tournament Championship games and were on the 2021 ACC Regular Season Champion team

  • Alumni returning include: Casey (Bigham) Ward, Cammy Pereira, Marissa Guimbarda, Sam Russ, Grace Mattimore, Carlee Shannon, Emma Whitfield, Reedy Davenport, Ally Miklesh, Caroline Jacobsen, Sarah Howell, Ansley Houston and Madison May


  • Clemson has outscored opponents 144-58 this season

  • Clemson had 194 hits through 24 games, including posting 29 doubles and 25 home runs

  • The Tigers have 126 RBIs this season with Valerie Cagle (27), McKenzie Clark (19), Alia Logoleo (15) and Maddie Moore (15) leading the charge. A total of 14 batters have tallied at least one RBI this season, including six in double digits

  • Nine Tigers combined for 50 multi-hit games led by Valerie Cagle (10), McKenzie Clark (9), Alex Brown (9) and Maddie Moore (5)

– Via Clemson Athletic Communications 

Story originally appeared on Clemson Wire