Articles by Eric Sprott
When the Clemson men’s basketball team hosted Syracuse in its regular-season finale on March 9, the Tigers’ seniors were hopeful they’d played their final game inside of Littlejohn Coliseum.
It was a long wait between NCAA Tournament appearances for the Clemson women’s basketball team, but the Tigers — like the rest of the tournament field — learned about their trip to the Big Dance ahead of schedule Monday afternoon.
Safety R.J. Mickens of Southlake, Texas, was back at Clemson for its recent junior day, and he brought his mom with him.
The Seneca High School boys’ soccer team closed out the first half of region play with an unblemished record Monday night with a 4-1 win at Pendleton.
Coming off a series loss to Notre Dame at Doug Kingsmore Stadium over the weekend, the Clemson baseball team dropped eight spots to No. 20 in the latest Collegiate Baseball poll released Monday.
Austin Bryant, Clelin Ferrell, Albert Huggins, Dexter Lawrence and Christian Wilkins all wore matching Power Rangers headbands — each a different color — as they took the field on Thursday in front of NFL scouts from all 32 teams.
Both the Walhalla and West-Oak high school softball teams were trying to bounce back from disappointing losses earlier this week when they met Thursday in Westminster.
There are a number of perks that come with winning a national championship, and Clemson is finding out that the biggest involves the tremendous amount of national exposure that follows.
On Thursday night, Clemson received a public commitment from offensive lineman Bryn Tucker (6-5, 310) of Knoxville, Tenn., who’s one of the top players in the Tennessee for the 2020 class and a nationally regarded prospect as a guard.
The Seneca High School boys’ soccer team stayed perfect in region play Thursday night with a 2-0 win over Crescent.
After an impressive three-game sweep of North Carolina over the weekend, the Clemson baseball team kept up its winning ways against another ranked opponent Wednesday night at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.
The way Dabo Swinney saw it, the beach was calling a sizeable portion of his offense as the Clemson football team went through its final practice before spring break Wednesday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
Outcomes decided in the final seconds were commonplace over the course of Clemson’s season, and that was the case once again in the Tigers’ ACC Tournament matchup against N.C. State on Wednesday.
The Seneca High School baseball team earned a bounce-back win on Wednesday night, beating Western 3A region foe Liberty by a final score of 6-0.