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Clemson’s McDaniels picked in second round by 76ers

Clemson’s K.J. McDaniels was the second selection of the second round, No. 32 overall, by the Philadelphia 76ers in Thursday’s NBA Draft at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. McDaniels is the 27th player drafted in Clemson history, and first wing player selected since Will Solomon in 2001. He is Clemson’s first draft choice since Trevor Booker went 23rd overall to the Washington Wizards... 

Ex-Tigers QB Parker makes big-league debut with Rocks

Former Tiger outfielder and quarterback Kyle Parker was called up to the majors for the first time and made his starting debut with the Colorado Rockies on Monday. Parker becomes the 51st Tiger in history and sixth in 2014 to play in a major league game. The Rockies begin a three-game series at the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night. Parker was one of Clemson’s best two-sport athletes in history.... 

Xavier closes out Clemson after a two-hour rain delay

Daniel Rizzie’s two-out double in the fifth inning scored Mitch Elliott for the go-ahead run and Xavier held on for a 6-4 win over Clemson in the Nashville Regional at Hawkins Field on Saturday afternoon. Xavier improved to 30-28 and stayed alive in the regional, while the Tigers’ season came to an end with a 36-25 record and 27th NCAA Tournament appearance in the last 28 years. In the... 

Quack Attack: Ducks pluck Tigers 18-1 in NCAA opener

The No. 18 Oregon Ducks totaled 20 hits in their 18-1 win over Clemson in the first game of the Nashville Regional at Hawkins Field on Friday afternoon. The Ducks, who moved into the winners’ bracket, improved to 43-18, while the Tigers, who fell into the losers’ bracket, dropped to 36-24 in the first-ever meeting between the two schools. The Tigers jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first... 

Tigers travel to Vanderbilt Regional, open vs. Oregon

Clemson was selected for the NCAA Baseball Tournament for the 39th time, fifth most in Division I college baseball history, on Monday afternoon. The third-seeded Tigers travel to Nashville, Tenn. and play number-two seed Oregon in the first round on Friday at 1 p.m. Number-one seed Vanderbilt will host the regional and play number-four seed Xavier in the other first round game on Friday. The tournament... 

Clemson, Brownell come to terms on new six-year deal

Clemson University and head basketball coach Brad Brownell agreed to a new six-year deal, the athletic department announced today. “Brad has done a tremendous job building a solid foundation for our basketball program,” director of athletics Dan Radakovich said. “I have the utmost confidence in Brad to continue to build as we compete in the nation’s best basketball conference.... 

Tigers close regular season with 13-inning win over BC

Jay Baum’s double to right-center on an 0-2 pitch with two outs in the 13th inning plated Garrett Boulware for the walkoff run in Clemson’s 10-9 victory over Boston College at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers (34-22, 15-14 ACC) won the series 2-1 against the Eagles, whose season ended at 22-33 overall and 10-20 in the ACC. Clemson finished with a winning ACC regular-season... 

Clowney, Watkins poised to make Palmetto State history

Thursday night’s opening round of the NFL Draft looks to be a historic one for the Palmetto State. According to most draft projections, South Carolina and Clemson will both have top-five picks for the first time. Former South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is widely considered the No. 1 overall selection, followed closely by former Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins. He is projected... 

Clemson removes play by play voice Pete Yanity

Clemson University announced today that Don Munson will become the new voice of Tiger Football starting this fall. He replaces WSPA sports director Pete Yanity, who had held the play-by-play role for basketball and football for the past 11 seasons. According to multiple sources, Yanity was removed from his position in favor of Munson, but given the opportunity to continue calling basketball games.... 

Clemson tops Coastal 9-6; Gilmore to wait for 1,000th

Coastal Carolina overcame an early four-run deficit, tying the game at 5-5 in the sixth inning, but Clemson rallied back with three runs in the late innings to secure a 9-6 win in front of 3,806 fans at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. The Chanticleers fall to 17-21 and the Tigers improve to 22-14. Coastal will return home Thursday when head coach Gary Gilmore tries again for career win 1,000, hosting Presbyterian... 
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