The Clemson Tigers men's basketball team is a college basketball program that represents Clemson University and competes in the NCAA Division I. Clemson is a founding member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Clemson sponsored its first men's basketball team in the 1911–12 season, winning its first conference championship in 1939, and in the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1990. The Tigers have reached the NCAA Tournament 13 times in the modern era since the tournament expansion in 1980 ...
The 2021–22 Clemson Tigers men's basketball team will represent Clemson University during the 2021–22 NCAA Division I men's basketball season.The Tigers will be led by twelfth-year head coach Brad Brownell and will play their home games at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson, South Carolina as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Clemson began sponsoring a women's basketball team in the 1975–76 season. After winning the ACC regular season championship in 1980–81, the Tigers were invited to the inaugural NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship in 1982. In total, Clemson has participated in 15 NCAA Tournaments.
1979–80. 1979–80 Clemson Tigers men's basketball. IPTAY Tournament champions. NCAA Tournament, Elite Eight. Conference. Atlantic Coast Conference. 1979–80 record. 23–9 (8–6 ACC) Head coach.
The Clemson Tigers men's basketball and women's basketball programs are college basketball teams that represents Clemson University. Both teams play at the Division I level of the National Collegiate Athletics Association. The men's team has had 22 head coaches. Clemson started organized basketball with the nickname Tigers in 1912. The men's program has played in more than 2,500 games in 105 seasons. In those seasons, seven coaches have led the Tigers to at least one postseason tournament: Tates
Clemson received the #5 seed in the Midwest region of the 2008 NCAA Tournament. It was the first time in 10 years that the Tigers made the field of 64. After building as much as an 18-point lead in the first half, the Tigers eventually fell to the #12 seed Wildcats by a final of 75–69.
2008–09 Clemson Tigers men's basketball team. The 2008–09 Clemson Tigers men's basketball team represented Clemson University. The head coach was Oliver Purnell. The team played its home games in Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson, South Carolina. All games were produced and broadcast locally by the Clemson Tigers Sports Network .
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