The NCAA Selection Show is Monday at noon on ESPNU.
The women's tennis doubles team of Beatrice Gumulya and Jessy Rompies won their Sweet 16 match of the NCAA Doubles Championships at the Hurd Tennis Center on Baylor University's campus on Friday.
Lefty Matthew Crownover was named one of 21 semifinalists for the Golden Spikes Award.
Meet the McKnight brothers, two brave soldiers who fought and died in World War II.
With wins on Thursday, singles player Joana Eidukonyte and the doubles team of Beatrice Gumulya and Jessy Rompies clinched a spot in the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Championships held on the Baylor University campus.
Clemson improves to 7-4 against top-10 teams in 2015.
Nicole Miller has been named an assistant coach with the Clemson volleyball program, Head Coach Hugh Hernesman announced on Thursday. Miller joins Hugh, who was named the Tigers' head coach in March, and his wife, Stephanie, who was previously added to the staff as an assistant coach, after spending one year at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Twenty-nine athletes from Clemson are making the trip to Jacksonville, Fla., May 28-30.
Shannon Horgan, a rising sophomore on the Clemson women's soccer team, is one of 24 players chosen to attend the U.S Under-19 Women's National Team's training camp.
Don Munson visits with golf coach Larry Penley as the Tigers get ready for the NCAA Golf Championships.
Head Coach Hugh Hernesman announced the signing of Sofia Hruby and Kennedy Wilson-Talmadge to the class of 2015 on Thursday. Hruby (Austin, Texas) and Wilson-Talmadge (Orlando, Fla.) are the first two signees that the Tigers have announced since Hernesman took over the program in March.
The former Tiger tennis star is currently a lawyer in Charlotte, N.C.