Clemson is 1-2 all-time against the Crimson, with the most recent meeting a 4-3 loss in 2006 at then-No. 14 Harvard. The Tigers are 15-3 all-time against Virginia Tech, including a 5-2 victory in Clemson last season.
Live scoring is available for both matches, and the first 50 fans on Friday will receive free t-shirts. Admission to all home events is free.
Clemson enters with four singles players and three doubles tandems listed among the nationally ranked. Doubles has been a strong point in the early season, with the Tigers claiming eight of nine doubles points on the season, and have a cumulative 17-4 (.810) record in dual match doubles. Jessy Rompies has the top individual doubles record this season with a robust, 19-3, record with all partners.
All-American Yana Koroleva has six wins over ranked opponents on the season, and is 13-5 overall. Sophomore Tristen Dewar is the singles wins leader, with a 15-5 mark overall and a 5-2 record in dual matches.
Koroleva (CU), 40th
Koelzer (CU), 54th
Dewar (CU), 85th
Gumulya (CU), t-90th
Francesca Fusinato (VT), t-90th
Spencer Liang/ Monica Lin (HARV), 48th
Gumulya/Rompies (CU), 28th
Gumulya/Koroleva (CU), 55th
Dewar/Koroleva (CU), 58th