James Quattlebaum earned runner-up honors to lead the Tigers.
The Fighting Irish are set to host the Tigers on Friday, October 2 in the Notre Dame Invitational with the women's race scheduled for 2:00 p.m., and the men slated for 5:00 p.m.
This week the USTFCCCA released its regional rankings and has the Clemson women's cross country team as the fifth best team in the Southeast Region.
The men's team featured a 32-second split from its top five finishers Saturday.
Men's and women's cross country will compete in the Commodore Classic on Saturday, Sept. 19.
Clemson was led individually by Grace Barnett a second consecutive race.
The Tigers are set for their second competition of the young season.
Both teams finished first in the Winthrop Early Challenge in Rock Hill, S.C., on Friday.
On Friday, the cross country program will travel 15 men and 15 women to the Winthrop Challenge in Rock Hill, SC., for its first meet of the season.
James Quattlebaum was about to start the seventh grade when his father told him he was going to join a sport whether it be football or cross country in the fall and due to his smaller frame at 13 years old, cross country was the easy choice.
The men's and women's cross country teams began practices Tuesday
Clemson opens the cross country season Sept. 4 at Winthrop.