Clemson Tigers men's basketball, 1930–39

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The Clemson Tigers men's basketball teams of 1930–1939 represented Clemson Agricultural College in NCAA college basketball competition.

1929–30[edit]

1929–30 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1929–30 record 16–9 (8–6 SoCon)
Head coach Josh Cody
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
Date Opponent Site Result
December 11* at Erskine Due West, South Carolina W 46–24
December 18* at Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina W 42–27
January 3 at Kentucky Alumni GymnasiumLexington, Kentucky L 15–31
January 4 at Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee L 26–35
January 7* Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 28–34
January 10 at Alabama Polytechnic Auburn, Alabama W 39–31
January 11 at Georgia Tech Temporary Gym • Atlanta W 25–24
January 13 at Sewanee Sewanee, Tennessee L 24–26
January 14 at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tennessee W 48–42 (2OT)
January 17* Presbyterian Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 37–12
January 18* Newberry Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 59–9
January 25* Wofford Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 51–21
January 28* at Furman Greenville, South Carolina L 28–30
January 31 Vanderbilt Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 32–37
February 1* at Wofford Spartanburg, South Carolina W 39–16
February 3 Kentucky Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 20–34
February 5 Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 24–39
February 12 Florida Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 33–28
February 13 Florida Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 47–20
February 15 Georgia Tech Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 40–26
February 17* The Citadel Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 38–35 (OT)
February 18 at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia L 32–36
February 21 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 47–24
N/A* Wofford Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 44–13
February 28* vs. Alabama Municipal AuditoriumAtlanta
(Southern Conference Tournament)
L 22–33
*Non-Conference Game.

1930–31[edit]

1930–31 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1930–31 record 6–7 (3–5 SoCon)
Head coach Josh Cody
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1930–31 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Georgia 15 1   .938     23 2   .920
Maryland 8 1   .889     18 4   .818
Alabama 11 2   .846     14 6   .700
Kentucky 8 2   .800     15 3   .833
Auburn 7 4   .636     8 6   .571
Washington and Lee 4 3   .571     11 7   .611
Duke 5 4   .556     14 7   .667
Georgia Tech 8 7   .533     11 13   .458
Vanderbilt 7 7   .500     16 8   .667
North Carolina 6 6   .500     15 9   .625
North Carolina State 5 5   .500     8 8   .500
LSU 4 4   .500     7 8   .467
Virginia 5 6   .455     11 9   .550
Florida 5 7   .417     10 9   .526
Clemson 3 5   .375     6 7   .462
Sewanee 3 5   .375     5 9   .357
Tennessee 4 8   .333     11 10   .524
Ole Miss 2 4   .333     6 9   .400
Virginia Tech 3 7   .300     5 10   .333
VMI 2 8   .200     4 12   .250
Tulane 2 10   .167     6 14   .300
South Carolina 1 12   .077     1 17   .056
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1931; Rankings from AP Poll

Some games were cancelled due to a meningitis quarantine on campus.

Date Opponent Site Result
December 16* at Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina W 36–32
December 17* at Newberry Newberry, South Carolina W 40–9
January 3 at Kentucky Alumni GymnasiumLexington, Kentucky L 21–31
January 5 at Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee L 32–38
January 10 at Alabama Polytechnic Auburn, Alabama L 20–44
January 12* at Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina W 42–24
January 17 Tennessee Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina W 38–31
January 20 at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia L 25–34
January 26 Alabama Polytechnic Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 37–33
February 3 Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 21–31
February 12* at Furman Greenville, South Carolina L 22–24
February 14 Kentucky Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 29–26
February 27* vs. Duke Municipal AuditoriumAtlanta
(Southern Conference Tournament)
L 27–31
*Non-Conference Game.

1931–32[edit]

1931–32 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1931–32 record 7–13 (2–9 SoCon)
Head coach Joe Davis
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1931–32 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Kentucky 9 1   .900     15 2   .882
Maryland 9 1   .900     16 4   .800
Auburn 9 2   .818     12 3   .800
Alabama 11 3   .786     16 4   .800
North Carolina 6 3   .667     16 5   .762
Virginia 6 3   .667     13 8   .619
Georgia 7 4   .636     19 7   .731
Ole Miss 8 5   .615     9 6   .600
Georgia Tech 5 3   .625     7 6   .538
North Carolina State 6 4   .600     10 6   .625
Duke 6 5   .545     14 11   .560
LSU 8 8   .500     11 9   .550
Tennessee 5 5   .500     8 7   .533
South Carolina 2 2   .500     9 7   .563
Vanderbilt 5 7   .417     8 11   .421
Mississippi State 4 7   .364     5 10   .333
Tulane 5 9   .357     6 10   .375
Florida 4 10   .286     8 12   .400
Washington and Lee 3 8   .273     9 10   .474
Virginia Tech 2 8   .200     8 9   .471
Clemson 2 9   .182     8 12   .400
Sewanee 1 7   .125     3 9   .250
VMI 0 9   .000     0 14   .000
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1932; Rankings from AP Poll
Date Opponent Site Result
December 18* Royal Athletic Club Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina W 27–25
January 2 at Kentucky Alumni GymnasiumLexington, Kentucky L 25–43
January 4 at Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee L 18–23
January 7 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina W 24–22 (OT)
January 8 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 23–31
January 13* Presbyterian Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 27–19
January 14 Kentucky Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 17–30
January 28* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina L 27–28
January 30* Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 18–24
February 2 Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 26–41
February 3* Jewish Athletic Club Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 40–42
February 5 at Florida Building R • Gainesville, Florida L 25–36
February 6 at Florida Building R • Gainesville, Florida L 33–36
February 9 at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia L 16–40
February 12 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 31–22
February 13 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 22–24
February 15* The Citadel Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 19–12
February 16* at Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina W 43–23
February 19* at Furman Greenville, South Carolina L 19–23
February 23* Wofford Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 28–23
*Non-Conference Game.

1932–33[edit]

1932–33 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1932–33 record 10–9 (0–2 SoCon)
Head coach Joe Davis
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1932–33 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
South Carolina 4 0   1.000     17 2   .895
Duke 7 3   .700     17 5   .773
Maryland 7 3   .700     11 9   .550
North Carolina State 6 3   .667     11 8   .579
North Carolina 5 3   .625     12 5   .706
Virginia 5 3   .625     12 6   .667
Virginia Tech 3 7   .300     5 10   .333
VMI 2 8   .200     5 10   .333
Washington and Lee 1 8   .111     6 10   .375
Clemson 0 2   .000     10 9   .526
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1933; Rankings from AP Poll
Date Opponent Site Result
December 15* Royal Athletic Club Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina W 39–21
January 2* Tennessee Tech Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 44–34
January 3* at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tennessee L 22–39
January 4* at Sewanee Sewanee, Tennessee W 32–18
January 7* Georgia Tech Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 28–29
January 13* Florida Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 28–38
January 14* Florida Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 33–37
January 16* at Kentucky Alumni GymnasiumLexington, Kentucky L 18–67
January 20 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 26–47
February 1* Kentucky Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 32–42
February 3* Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 31–16
February 4* at Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina W 38–25
February 10* at Furman Greenville, South Carolina L 26–27
February 14* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia W 35–25
February 16* Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 36–29
February 17* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina W 30–28
February 18* at Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina W 55–6
February 20* Wofford Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 26–23
February 21 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 20–28
*Non-Conference Game.

1933–34[edit]

1933–34 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1933–34 record 7–12 (0–6 SoCon)
Head coach Joe Davis
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1933–34 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
South Carolina 6 0   1.000     18 1   .947
North Carolina 12 2   .857     18 4   .818
Maryland 6 1   .857     11 8   .579
Duke 9 4   .692     18 6   .750
North Carolina State 6 5   .545     11 6   .647
Washington and Lee 4 5   .444     10 6   .625
VMI 3 6   .333     4 9   .308
Virginia 1 9   .100     7 11   .389
Virginia Tech 1 10   .091     1 15   .063
Clemson 0 6   .000     7 12   .368
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1934; Rankings from AP Poll


Date Opponent Site Result
January 3 at North Carolina Indoor Athletic CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina L 26–38
January 4 at Duke Card GymnasiumDurham, North Carolina L 23–36
January 5 at NC State Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina L 27–36
January 9* at Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee L 27–30
January 10* at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tennessee L 25–27
January 11* at Tennessee Tech Cookeville, Tennessee W 31–20
January 16* Wofford Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina L 25–34
January 19 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 15–41
January 30* Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 28–23
January 31* Presbyterian Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 43–21
February 2* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina W 32–29
February 6* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia L 23–29
February 7* at Georgia Tech Municipal AuditoriumAtlanta L 25–31
February 9* Florida Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 31–36
February 10* Florida Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 31–26
February 13* at Furman Greenville, South Carolina W 29–15
February 16 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 17–42
February 17 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 18–41
February 20* Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 29–23
*Non-Conference Game.

1934–35[edit]

1934–35 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1934–35 record 15–3 (3–1 SoCon)
Head coach Joe Davis
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1934–35 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
North Carolina 12 1   .923     23 2   .920
Clemson 3 1   .750     15 3   .833
Duke 10 4   .714     18 8   .692
Virginia 7 5   .583     13 9   .591
Maryland 4 3   .571     8 10   .444
North Carolina State 6 5   .545     10 9   .526
South Carolina 5 7   .417     15 9   .625
Washington and Lee 4 8   .333     10 10   .500
VMI 2 9   .182     3 14   .176
Virginia Tech 1 11   .083     3 16   .158
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1935; Rankings from AP Poll
Date Opponent Site Result
January 3* at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tennessee W 32–22
January 4* at Tennessee Tech Cookeville, Tennessee W 28–19
January 5* at Sewanee Sewanee, Tennessee W 40–16
January 7* at Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee W 40–33
January 12* Georgia Tech Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina W 43–29
January 15* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina W 51–40
January 18 NC State Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 44–21
January 26* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia W 31–20
February 2* Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 20–17
February 5 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 30–38
February 7* at Furman Greenville, South Carolina W 43–26
February 9* Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 43–44 (OT)
February 12* Wofford Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 32–18
February 14 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 22–16
February 16* Mercer Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 50–20
February 20* Presbyterian Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 39–23
February 22 Washington and Lee Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 48–33
February 28* vs. Washington and Lee Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament)
L 25–29
*Non-Conference Game.

1935–36[edit]

1935–36 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1935–36 record 15–7 (5–5 SoCon)
Head coach Joe Davis
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1935–36 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Washington and Lee 10 1   .909     19 2   .905
North Carolina 13 3   .813     21 4   .840
North Carolina State 10 3   .769     15 4   .789
Maryland 4 3   .571     14 6   .700
Clemson 5 5   .500     15 7   .682
Duke 4 5   .444     20 6   .769
Virginia 4 8   .333     11 13   .458
South Carolina 1 6   .143     11 8   .579
Virginia Tech 1 9   .100     5 16   .238
VMI 0 10   .000     3 14   .176
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1936; Rankings from AP Poll
Date Opponent Site Result
December 19* at Alabama Polytechnic Auburn, Alabama W 33–23
December 20* at Alabama Polytechnic Auburn, Alabama W 31–18
January 3 at North Carolina Indoor Athletic CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina L 23–24
January 4 at Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia W 45–34
January 6 at NC State Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina L 33–47
January 11* at Georgia Tech Naval Armory • Atlanta W 35–32
January 14* Wofford Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina W 37–13
January 17 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 31–30
January 18* Presbyterian Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 46–27
January 25* Georgia Tech Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 39–31
February 1* at Furman Greenville, South Carolina W 41–33
February 5 at Virginia Blacksburg, Virginia W 46–32
February 6 at Washington and Lee Lexington, Virginia L 26–34
February 7 at VMI VMI Field HouseLexington, Virginia W 43–36
February 12* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia L 13–33
February 14* Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 50–23
February 15 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina W 43–30
February 18 NC State Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 21–27
February 20* Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 27–24
February 24 North Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 34–35 (OT)
February 26* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina W 20–19
March 5* vs. NC State Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament)
L 31–32 (OT)
*Non-Conference Game.

1936–37[edit]

1936–37 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1936–37 record 6–15 (3–7 SoCon)
Head coach Joe Davis
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1936–37 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Washington and Lee 11 1   .917     17 4   .810
North Carolina 14 3   .824     18 5   .783
Wake Forest 9 4   .692     15 6   .714
North Carolina State 14 7   .667     15 9   .625
Duke 11 6   .647     15 8   .652
South Carolina 7 4   .636     13 7   .650
Richmond 5 4   .556     13 7   .650
Virginia 6 7   .462     9 10   .474
Furman 3 4   .429     8 7   .533
Davidson 5 8   .385     13 10   .565
Maryland 5 8   .385     8 12   .400
Virginia Tech 4 9   .308     6 11   .353
VMI 5 11   .313     6 11   .353
Clemson 2 7   .222     6 15   .286
The Citadel 0 5   .000     7 12   .368
William & Mary 0 13   .000     0 18   .000
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1937; Rankings from AP Poll


Date Opponent Site Result
December 16 Duke Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina L 25–33
December 17* at Tennessee Alumni Memorial GymKnoxville, Tennessee L 22–33
January 4* at Florida Building R • Gainesville, Florida L 36–52
January 5* at Florida Building R • Gainesville, Florida W 31–30 (OT)
January 11 at NC State Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina L 29–54
January 12 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 36–53
January 14* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina W 38–31
January 20* at Georgia Tech Naval Armory • Atlanta L 13–51
January 23* Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 35–36 (OT)
January 30* at Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina L 27–30
February 3 at Furman Greenville, South Carolina W 40–34 (OT)
February 5 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 30–32 (OT)
February 9 NC State Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 40–41
February 12 The Citadel Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 44–38
February 13* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia L 20–29
February 15* Alabama Polytechnic Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 33–41
February 16* Alabama Polytechnic Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 26–33
February 18 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 27–29
February 20 Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 25–29
February 23 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 31–29
February 25* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina W 33–32
*Non-Conference Game.

1937–38[edit]

1937–38 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Conference Southern Conference
1937–38 record 16–7 (9–4 SoCon)
Head coach Joe Davis
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1937–38 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
North Carolina 13 3   .813     16 5   .762
North Carolina State 10 3   .769     13 6   .684
The Citadel 7 3   .700     13 5   .722
Clemson 9 4   .692     16 7   .696
Duke 9 5   .643     15 9   .625
Richmond 7 4   .636     15 5   .750
Maryland 6 4   .600     15 9   .625
Washington and Lee 6 5   .545     12 9   .571
Wake Forest 7 8   .467     7 12   .368
Virginia Tech 4 5   .444     6 8   .429
Davidson 4 11   .267     10 12   .455
Furman 2 6   .250     6 13   .316
VMI 2 7   .222     4 11   .267
South Carolina 2 12   .143     3 21   .125
William & Mary 0 8   .000     2 10   .167
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1938; Rankings from AP Poll
Date Opponent Site Result
December 17* Tennessee Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina W 28–15
January 8 at Davidson Davidson, North Carolina W 41–26
January 11* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia L 22–26
January 13* Presbyterian Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 39–29
January 15 NC State Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina L 31–33 (OT)
January 18* Wofford Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 60–36
January 22 Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 46–15
February 1 at North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina L 34–44
February 2 at Wake Forest Gore Gymnasium • Wake Forest, North Carolina W 42–33
February 3 at NC State Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina L 35–55
February 8* Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 40–28
February 11 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina W 54–38
February 12 at The Citadel Charleston, South Carolina L 26–28
February 15 at Furman Greenville, South Carolina W 43–35
February 16 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 46–40
February 19 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 58–39
February 21* at Davidson Davidson, North Carolina W 35–34
February 23* at Georgia Tech Naval Armory • Atlanta L 33–53
February 25 The Citadel Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 47–35
February 28* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina W 52–24
March 3* vs. Richmond Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament Quarterfinal)
W 35–32
March 4* vs. Washington and Lee Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament Semifinal)
W 38–33
March 5* vs. Duke Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament Final)
L 30–40
*Non-Conference Game.

1938–39[edit]

1938–39 Clemson Tigers men's basketball
Southern Conference Champions
Conference Southern Conference
1938–39 record 16–8 (6–6 SoCon)
Head coach Joe Davis
Home arena Clemson Field House
Seasons
1938–39 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Wake Forest 15 3   .833     18 6   .750
Maryland 8 3   .727     15 9   .625
Washington and Lee 8 3   .727     13 9   .591
The Citadel 7 3   .700     14 5   .737
Davidson 9 7   .563     19 10   .655
North Carolina 8 7   .533     10 11   .476
North Carolina State 7 6   .538     10 7   .588
Duke 8 8   .500     10 12   .455
Clemson 6 6   .500     16 8   .667
VMI 6 6   .500     7 10   .412
Richmond 5 5   .500     10 10   .500
William & Mary 4 9   .308     8 13   .381
South Carolina 2 8   .200     5 18   .217
Virginia Tech 2 10   .167     3 14   .176
Furman 0 10   .000     6 16   .273
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1939; Rankings from AP Poll
Date Opponent Site Result
December 10* at Tennessee Alumni Memorial GymKnoxville, Tennessee L 24–29
December 15 at Maryland Ritchie ColiseumCollege Park, Maryland L 35–45
December 16 at George Washington Washington, D.C. L 44–47
December 17* at Catholic Washington, D.C. W 33–30
January 4 Wake Forest Clemson Field HouseCalhoun, South Carolina L 38–39
January 7* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia W 37–30
January 10 at Duke Card GymnasiumDurham, North Carolina L 33–39
January 11 at NC State Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina L 37–54
January 12 at Wake Forest Gore Gymnasium • Wake Forest, North Carolina L 38–44
January 18* at Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina W 51–43
January 21 Furman Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 43–31
January 28* Wofford Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 62–37
February 6* Georgia Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 38–29
February 10 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina W 38–16
February 11 at The Citadel Thompson HallCharleston, South Carolina L 38–42
February 13 Duke Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 38–36
February 18 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 43–16
February 20 The Citadel Clemson Field House • Calhoun, South Carolina W 51–36
February 22 at Furman Greenville, South Carolina W 41–28
February 23* at Wofford Andrews Field House • Spartanburg, South Carolina W 29–22
March 1* vs. North Carolina Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament First Round)
W 44–43
March 2* vs. Wake Forest Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament Quarterfinal)
W 30–28
March 3* vs. Davidson Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament Semifinal)
W 49–33
March 4* vs. Maryland Thompson GymRaleigh, North Carolina
(Southern Conference Tournament Final)
W 39–27
*Non-Conference Game.

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