Clemson Tigers men's basketball, 1960–69

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The Clemson Tigers men's basketball teams of 1960–1969 represented Clemson University in NCAA college basketball competition.

1959–60[edit]

1959–60 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1959–60 record 10–16 (4–10 ACC)
Head coach Press Maravich
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
« 1958–59 1960–61 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 1* Erskine Clemson Field HouseClemson, SC W 71–63
December 5 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 59–68
December 7* at Tennessee Alumni Memorial GymKnoxville, TN L 62–80
December 12* at Villanova Villanova Field HouseVillanova, PA L 64–77
December 14* Davidson Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 74–70
December 18* Florida State Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 68–64
December 28* vs. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City, OK
(All-College Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 54–84
December 29* vs. Tulsa Oklahoma City, OK
(All-College Tournament Consolation)
L 52–70
December 30* vs. Cornell Oklahoma City, OK
(All-College Tournament Consolation)
W 59–58
January 2* at Davidson Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC W 66–60 (OT)
January 4 at #12 Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC L 62–77
January 7* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 69–80
January 12 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 41–50
January 14* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC W 87–85 (2OT)
January 16 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 74–69
January 19 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 64–83
January 30 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC L 69–90
February 6 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 74–56
February 8 #11 North Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 54–73
February 13 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, VA W 59–58
February 15 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD L 55–70
February 19 vs. #19 North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 80–85
February 20 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 65–62
February 24 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC L 65–66
February 26 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 59–66
March 3* vs. #18 Wake Forest Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 59–74
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1960–61[edit]

1960–61 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1960–61 record 10–16 (5–9 ACC)
Head coach Press Maravich
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
« 1959–60 1961–62 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 2* vs. Syracuse Memorial GymKent, OH
(Midwest Invitational Semifinal)
W 78–67
December 3* vs. Kent State Memorial Gym • Kent, OH
(Midwest Invitational Final)
W 78–67
December 6 NC State Clemson Field HouseClemson, SC L 67–70
December 8* at Marshall Veterans Memorial FieldhouseHuntington, WV L 65–82
December 12* at Florida State Tully GymnasiumTallahassee, FL L 57–74
December 15 #8 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 58–75
December 17* The Citadel Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 78–68
December 19* Florida State Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 64–65
December 29* vs. Texas Houston, TX
(Rice–Texas Classic Semifinal)
W 48–44
December 30* vs. Rice Houston, TX
(Rice–Texas Classic Final)
L 65–66
January 4 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC L 59–81
January 5* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 57–53
January 7* Davidson Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 74–63
January 12* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC L 61–70
January 14 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC W 71–63
January 16 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 65–86
January 28 at #5 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 59–79
January 31 at #5 North Carolina Woollen GymnasiumChapel Hill, NC L 46–77
February 3 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 89–81
February 10 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 76–59
February 17 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 52–63
February 18 vs. #7 North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 55–61
February 21 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 93–72
February 24 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, VA W 85–63
February 25 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD L 80–82 (OT)
March 2* vs. Maryland Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 75–91
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1961–62[edit]

1961–62 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1961–62 record 12–15 (4–10 ACC)
Head coach Press Maravich
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
« 1960–61 1962–63 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 2* VMI Clemson Field HouseClemson, SC W 87–84
December 5 North Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 52–54
December 9 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 70–68 (OT)
December 11 at #6 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 66–89
December 14* at Florida State Tully GymnasiumTallahassee, FL W 82–77 (2OT)
December 16* at The Citadel The Citadel ArmoryCharleston, SC W 68–62
December 29* vs. Arkansas Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
L 60–62
December 30* vs. Furman Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Consolation)
L 63–89
January 6 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC L 54–81
January 8* Florida State Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 75–69
January 11 #10 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 96–104
January 13* at Marshall Veterans Memorial FieldhouseHuntington, WV L 75–90
January 15* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 86–63
January 27 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC L 64–80
January 29* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC W 97–88
February 3 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 82–83
February 6 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC L 74–86
February 10 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 73–61
February 12* at Davidson Davidson, NC L 55–61
February 16 vs. North Carolina Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 59–69
February 17 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 71–73
February 20 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 81–87
February 23 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, VA W 72–71
February 24 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD W 75–68
March 1* vs. Maryland Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
W 67–46
March 2* vs. #8 Duke Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Semifinal)
W 77–72
March 3* vs. Wake Forest Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Final)
L 66–77
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1962–63[edit]

1962–63 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1962–63 record 12–13 (5–9 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Roberts
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
« 1961–62 1963–64 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 3 NC State Clemson Field HouseClemson, SC L 55–56
December 5 at North Carolina Woollen GymnasiumChapel Hill, NC L 48–64
December 8* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, GA W 93–73
December 13 #2 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 67–92
December 15* at Creighton Omaha Civic AuditoriumOmaha, NE L 67–87
December 17* at Iowa Iowa Field HouseIowa City, IA L 64–74
December 28* vs. Vanderbilt Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
L 58–60
December 29* vs. Army Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Consolation)
W 72–49
January 3* Georgia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 77–60
January 5 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC L 62–80
January 8* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC W 66–64
January 12 at #6 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 67–78
January 14* The Citadel Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 93–65
January 26* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 74–73
January 28* at VMI VMI Field HouseLexington, VA W 68–58
February 2 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 71–70
February 5 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 80–61
February 8 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 86–64
February 9 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 62–60
February 15 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 50–66
February 16 vs. North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 63–79
February 19 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC L 45–51
February 22 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, VA W 52–50
February 22 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD L 67–69
February 28* vs. NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 78–79
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1963–64[edit]

1963–64 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1963–64 record 13–12 (8–6 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Roberts
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
« 1962–63 1964–65 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 3 North Carolina Clemson Field HouseClemson, SC W 66–64 (OT)
December 5* Georgia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 86–87
December 8* The Citadel The Citadel ArmoryCharleston, SC L 57–68
December 14 at #3 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 52–75
December 16 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD L 48–56
December 17 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, VA W 53–52
December 20* VMI Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 100–80
December 28* vs. Texas Western El Paso, TX
(Sun Bowl Carnival Semifinal)
L 55–76
December 30* vs. Baylor El Paso, TX
(Sun Bowl Carnival Consolation)
L 71–73
January 4 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC W 87–61
January 8 #9 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 75–81
January 11* Erskine Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 74–64
January 14* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC W 74–68
January 25 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC L 56–67
February 4* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 58–66
February 6* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, GA W 83–81 (OT)
February 8 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC W 66–52
February 14 vs. North Carolina Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 97–90 (2OT)
February 15 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 43–45 (OT)
February 21 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 73–75
February 25 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 63–50
February 28 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 83–68
February 29 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 90–73
March 5* vs. Maryland Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
W 81–67
March 6* vs. Wake Forest Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Semifinal)
L 67–86
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1964–65[edit]

1964–65 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1964–65 record 8–15 (4–10 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Roberts
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
« 1963–64 1965–66 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 1 at North Carolina Woollen GymnasiumChapel Hill, NC L 59–77
December 5* Georgia Clemson Field HouseClemson, SC W 72–60
December 7* The Citadel Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 90–75
December 16 #6 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 79–80
December 22* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, GA L 75–93
December 28* vs. Auburn Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
W 77–65
December 29* vs. Baylor Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Final)
L 59–68
January 5* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 80–66
January 7 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 65–67 (2OT)
January 9 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 99–72
January 12 at #10 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 81–106
January 30 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 94–87
February 1 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC L 75–82
February 3* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta, GA L 78–93
February 6 NC State Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 74–78
February 9* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC L 61–74
February 13 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC W 72–67
February 16 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 84–65
February 19 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 61–62
February 20 vs. North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 84–86
February 26 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD L 71–88
February 27 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, VA L 67–69
March 4* vs. Maryland Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 50–61
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1965–66[edit]

1965–66 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Poinsettia Classic Champions
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1965–66 record 15–10 (8–6 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Roberts
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
« 1964–65 1966–67 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 1 North Carolina Clemson Field HouseClemson, SC W 84–74
December 4 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 68–83
December 17* vs. Alabama VPI ColiseumBlacksburg, VA
(VPI Invitational Semifinal)
W 76–62
December 18* vs. Virginia Tech VPI Coliseum • Blacksburg, VA
(VPI Invitational Final)
L 62–72
December 29* vs. Ole Miss Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
W 85–57
December 30* vs. Manhattan Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Final)
W 77–67
January 3 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC L 48–57
January 6* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta, GA L 72–87
January 11 #1 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 85–87
January 15 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 86–82
January 18* The Citadel The Citadel ArmoryCharleston, SC W 70–61
January 22* Virginia Tech Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC L 87–90
January 28 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 70–69
January 29 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 71–66
February 1 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC W 72–71
February 3* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 107–72
February 5 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC L 58–76
February 10* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC W 98–86
February 14 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 104–89
February 18 vs. North Carolina Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 66–70
February 19 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 76–74 (OT)
February 22* Georgia Tech Clemson Field House • Clemson, SC W 106–90
February 25 at Virginia University HallCharlottesville, VA L 61–63
February 26 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD W 81–69
March 3* vs. South Carolina Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 52–60
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1966–67[edit]

1966–67 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Poinsettia Classic Champions
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1966–67 record 17–8 (9–5 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Roberts
Home arena Fike Field House
Seasons
« 1965–66 1967–68 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 1 at North Carolina Carmichael AuditoriumChapel Hill, NC L 65–76
December 3* The Citadel Fike Field HouseClemson, SC W 102–85
December 16* vs. Miami (FL) Knoxville, TN
(Volunteer Classic Semifinal)
W 73–64 (OT)
December 17* vs. Tennessee Knoxville, TN
(Volunteer Classic Final)
L 44–52
December 29* vs. LSU Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
W 92–82
December 30* vs. Furman Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Final)
W 83–66
January 5* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta, GA W 76–55
January 7 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC W 80–68
January 10 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 61–85
January 12* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC W 69–68
January 14 at Virginia University HallCharlottesville, VA W 102–88
January 16 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD L 48–68
January 19* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC W 82–67
January 21* at Virginia Tech VPI ColiseumBlacksburg, VA W 70–68
January 24* Georgia Tech Fike Field House • Clemson, SC L 77–88
January 31 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC L 80–90
February 4 NC State Fike Field House • Clemson, SC W 80–60
February 7 South Carolina Fike Field House • Clemson, SC W 73–57
February 11 Wake Forest Fike Field House • Clemson, SC W 70–68
February 14 #14 Duke Fike Field House • Clemson, SC W 73–68
February 17 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 62–50
February 18 vs. #4 North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 92–88
February 25 Maryland Fike Field House • Clemson, SC W 65–61
February 27 Virginia Fike Field House • Clemson, SC L 71–73
March 9* vs. Wake Forest Greensboro ColiseumGreensboro, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 61–63 (2OT)
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1967–68[edit]

1967–68 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1967–68 record 4–20 (3–11 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Roberts
Home arena Fike Field House
Seasons
« 1966–67 1968–69 »
Date Opponent Site Result
December 4* at The Citadel The Citadel ArmoryCharleston, SC L 70–74
December 29* vs. Hardin–Simmons Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
L 63–77
December 30* vs. Furman Greenville, SC
(Poinsettia Classic Consolation)
W 78–53
January 4* Furman Fike Field HouseClemson, SC L 68–70
January 6 South Carolina Fike Field House • Clemson, SC L 71–93
January 9 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 79–101
January 11 Virginia Fike Field House • Clemson, SC L 92–95
January 13 #3 North Carolina Fike Field House • Clemson, SC L 83–115
January 15 Maryland Fike Field House • Clemson, SC W 94–93 (2OT)
January 20 at Virginia University HallCharlottesville, VA L 73–81
January 24* at LSU Parker ColiseumBaton Rouge, LA L 81–104
January 27* Virginia Tech Fike Field House • Clemson, SC L 78–101
January 30 Wake Forest Fike Field House • Clemson, SC W 70–67
February 1* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta, GA L 64–99
February 3 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC L 66–78
February 7 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, SC L 74–89
February 10 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC W 78–66
February 16 vs. #3 North Carolina Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 74–96
February 17 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 67–69
February 20 #8 Duke Fike Field House • Clemson, SC L 70–82
February 22* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC L 64–66
February 24 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD L 68–81
February 28* Georgia Tech Fike Field House • Clemson, SC L 51–80
March 7* vs. #6 Duke Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 40–43
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

1968–69[edit]

1968–69 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
1968–69 record 6–19 (2–12 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Roberts
Home arena Littlejohn Coliseum
Seasons
« 1967–68 1969–70 »

Littlejohn Coliseum was opened with a win over Georgia Tech.

Date Opponent Site Result
November 30* Georgia Tech Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, SC W 76–72
December 7* LSU Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC L 85–86
December 16 #2 North Carolina Carmichael AuditoriumChapel Hill, NC L 69–90
December 19* at Alabama Memorial ColiseumTuscaloosa, AL W 96–74
December 21* vs. Auburn Municipal AuditoriumBirmingham, AL L 72–92
December 28 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, NC L 70–96
January 2* The Citadel Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC L 72–73
January 4 at South Carolina Carolina ColiseumColumbia, SC L 62–77
January 8* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta, GA L 66–72
January 11 at Virginia University HallCharlottesville, VA L 75–82
January 13 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, MD L 78–83
January 16* Furman Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC W 91–70
January 23* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, SC W 95–82
January 25* at Virginia Tech VPI ColiseumBlacksburg, VA L 75–86
February 1 NC State Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC W 78–77
February 5 Duke Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC L 76–85
February 7* Florida State Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC L 67–70
February 10 South Carolina Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC L 79–106
February 14 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 74–84
February 15 vs. #2 North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 81–107
February 18 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC L 84–100
February 22 Maryland Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC L 83–84
February 24 Virginia Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC W 92–90
February 27 Wake Forest Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC L 104–112 (2OT)
March 6* vs. #4 North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, NC
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 70–94
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

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