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
Date Opponent Site Result
December 1* Erskine Clemson Field HouseClemson, South Carolina W 71–63
December 5 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 59–68
December 7* at Tennessee Alumni Memorial GymKnoxville, Tennessee L 62–80
December 12* at Villanova Villanova Field HouseVillanova, Pennsylvania L 64–77
December 14* Davidson Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 74–70
December 18* Florida State Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 68–64
December 28* vs. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City
(All-College Tournament Quarterfinal)
L 54–84
December 29* vs. Tulsa Oklahoma City
(All-College Tournament Consolation)
L 52–70
December 30* vs. Cornell Oklahoma City
(All-College Tournament Consolation)
W 59–58
January 2* at Davidson Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina W 66–60 (OT)
January 4 at #12 Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina L 62–77
January 7* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 69–80
January 12 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 41–50
January 14* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina W 87–85 (2OT)
January 16 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 74–69
January 19 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 64–83
January 30 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina L 69–90
February 6 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 74–56
February 8 #11 North Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 54–73
February 13 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, Virginia W 59–58
February 15 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland L 55–70
February 19 vs. #19 North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 80–85
February 20 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 65–62
February 24 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 65–66
February 26 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 59–66
March 3* vs. #18 Wake Forest Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(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
Date Opponent Site Result
December 2* vs. Syracuse Memorial GymKent, Ohio
(Midwest Invitational Semifinal)
W 78–67
December 3* vs. Kent State Memorial Gym • Kent, Ohio
(Midwest Invitational Final)
W 78–67
December 6 NC State Clemson Field HouseClemson, South Carolina L 67–70
December 8* at Marshall Veterans Memorial FieldhouseHuntington, West Virginia L 65–82
December 12* at Florida State Tully GymnasiumTallahassee, Florida L 57–74
December 15 #8 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 58–75
December 17* The Citadel Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 78–68
December 19* Florida State Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 64–65
December 29* vs. Texas Houston, Texas
(Rice–Texas Classic Semifinal)
W 48–44
December 30* vs. Rice Houston, Texas
(Rice–Texas Classic Final)
L 65–66
January 4 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina L 59–81
January 5* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 57–53
January 7* Davidson Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 74–63
January 12* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina L 61–70
January 14 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina W 71–63
January 16 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 65–86
January 28 at #5 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 59–79
January 31 at #5 North Carolina Woollen GymnasiumChapel Hill, North Carolina L 46–77
February 3 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 89–81
February 10 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 76–59
February 17 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 52–63
February 18 vs. #7 North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 55–61
February 21 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 93–72
February 24 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, Virginia W 85–63
February 25 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland L 80–82 (OT)
March 2* vs. Maryland Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(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
Date Opponent Site Result
December 2* VMI Clemson Field HouseClemson, South Carolina W 87–84
December 5 North Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 52–54
December 9 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 70–68 (OT)
December 11 at #6 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 66–89
December 14* at Florida State Tully GymnasiumTallahassee, Florida W 82–77 (2OT)
December 16* at The Citadel The Citadel ArmoryCharleston, South Carolina W 68–62
December 29* vs. Arkansas Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
L 60–62
December 30* vs. Furman Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Consolation)
L 63–89
January 6 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina L 54–81
January 8* Florida State Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 75–69
January 11 #10 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 96–104
January 13* at Marshall Veterans Memorial FieldhouseHuntington, West Virginia L 75–90
January 15* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 86–63
January 27 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina L 64–80
January 29* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina W 97–88
February 3 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 82–83
February 6 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 74–86
February 10 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 73–61
February 12* at Davidson Davidson, North Carolina L 55–61
February 16 vs. North Carolina Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 59–69
February 17 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 71–73
February 20 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 81–87
February 23 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, Virginia W 72–71
February 24 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland W 75–68
March 1* vs. Maryland Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
W 67–46
March 2* vs. #8 Duke Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(ACC Tournament Semifinal)
W 77–72
March 3* vs. Wake Forest Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(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
Date Opponent Site Result
December 3 NC State Clemson Field HouseClemson, South Carolina L 55–56
December 5 at North Carolina Woollen GymnasiumChapel Hill, North Carolina L 48–64
December 8* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia W 93–73
December 13 #2 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 67–92
December 15* at Creighton Omaha Civic AuditoriumOmaha, Nebraska L 67–87
December 17* at Iowa Iowa Field HouseIowa City, Iowa L 64–74
December 28* vs. Vanderbilt Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
L 58–60
December 29* vs. Army Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Consolation)
W 72–49
January 3* Georgia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 77–60
January 5 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina L 62–80
January 8* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina W 66–64
January 12 at #6 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 67–78
January 14* The Citadel Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 93–65
January 26* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 74–73
January 28* at VMI VMI Field HouseLexington, Virginia W 68–58
February 2 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 71–70
February 5 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 80–61
February 8 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 86–64
February 9 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 62–60
February 15 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 50–66
February 16 vs. North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 63–79
February 19 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 45–51
February 22 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, Virginia W 52–50
February 22 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland L 67–69
February 28* vs. NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(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
Date Opponent Site Result
December 3 North Carolina Clemson Field HouseClemson, South Carolina W 66–64 (OT)
December 5* Georgia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 86–87
December 8* The Citadel The Citadel ArmoryCharleston, South Carolina L 57–68
December 14 at #3 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 52–75
December 16 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland L 48–56
December 17 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, Virginia W 53–52
December 20* VMI Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 100–80
December 28* vs. Texas Western El Paso, Texas
(Sun Bowl Carnival Semifinal)
L 55–76
December 30* vs. Baylor El Paso, Texas
(Sun Bowl Carnival Consolation)
L 71–73
January 4 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina W 87–61
January 8 #9 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 75–81
January 11* Erskine Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 74–64
January 14* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina W 74–68
January 25 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 56–67
February 4* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 58–66
February 6* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia W 83–81 (OT)
February 8 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina W 66–52
February 14 vs. North Carolina Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 97–90 (2OT)
February 15 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 43–45 (OT)
February 21 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 73–75
February 25 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 63–50
February 28 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 83–68
February 29 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 90–73
March 5* vs. Maryland Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(ACC Tournament Quarterfinal)
W 81–67
March 6* vs. Wake Forest Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(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
Date Opponent Site Result
December 1 at North Carolina Woollen GymnasiumChapel Hill, North Carolina L 59–77
December 5* Georgia Clemson Field HouseClemson, South Carolina W 72–60
December 7* The Citadel Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 90–75
December 16 #6 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 79–80
December 22* at Georgia Woodruff HallAthens, Georgia L 75–93
December 28* vs. Auburn Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
W 77–65
December 29* vs. Baylor Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Final)
L 59–68
January 5* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 80–66
January 7 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 65–67 (2OT)
January 9 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 99–72
January 12 at #10 Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 81–106
January 30 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 94–87
February 1 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina L 75–82
February 3* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta L 78–93
February 6 NC State Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 74–78
February 9* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina L 61–74
February 13 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina W 72–67
February 16 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 84–65
February 19 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 61–62
February 20 vs. North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 84–86
February 26 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland L 71–88
February 27 at Virginia Memorial GymnasiumCharlottesville, Virginia L 67–69
March 4* vs. Maryland Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(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
1965–66 ACC men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#2 Duke 12 2   .857     26 4   .867
NC State 9 5   .643     18 9   .667
Clemson 8 6   .571     15 10   .600
North Carolina 8 6   .571     16 11   .593
Maryland 7 7   .500     14 11   .560
South Carolina 4 10   .286     11 13   .458
Virginia 4 10   .286     7 15   .318
Wake Forest 4 10   .286     8 18   .308
ACC Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll


Date Opponent Site Result
December 1 North Carolina Clemson Field HouseClemson, South Carolina W 84–74
December 4 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 68–83
December 17* vs. Alabama VPI ColiseumBlacksburg, Virginia
(VPI Invitational Semifinal)
W 76–62
December 18* vs. Virginia Tech VPI Coliseum • Blacksburg, Virginia
(VPI Invitational Final)
L 62–72
December 29* vs. Ole Miss Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
W 85–57
December 30* vs. Manhattan Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Final)
W 77–67
January 3 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 48–57
January 6* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta L 72–87
January 11 #1 Duke Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 85–87
January 15 South Carolina Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 86–82
January 18* The Citadel The Citadel ArmoryCharleston, South Carolina W 70–61
January 22* Virginia Tech Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 87–90
January 28 Virginia Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 70–69
January 29 Maryland Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 71–66
February 1 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina W 72–71
February 3* Furman Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 107–72
February 5 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina L 58–76
February 10* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina W 98–86
February 14 Wake Forest Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 104–89
February 18 vs. North Carolina Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 66–70
February 19 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 76–74 (OT)
February 22* Georgia Tech Clemson Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 106–90
February 25 at Virginia University HallCharlottesville, Virginia L 61–63
February 26 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland W 81–69
March 3* vs. South Carolina Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina
(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
Date Opponent Site Result
December 1 at North Carolina Carmichael AuditoriumChapel Hill, North Carolina L 65–76
December 3* The Citadel Fike Field HouseClemson, South Carolina W 102–85
December 16* vs. Miami (FL) Knoxville, Tennessee
(Volunteer Classic Semifinal)
W 73–64 (OT)
December 17* vs. Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee
(Volunteer Classic Final)
L 44–52
December 29* vs. LSU Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
W 92–82
December 30* vs. Furman Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Final)
W 83–66
January 5* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta W 76–55
January 7 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina W 80–68
January 10 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 61–85
January 12* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina W 69–68
January 14 at Virginia University HallCharlottesville, Virginia W 102–88
January 16 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland L 48–68
January 19* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina W 82–67
January 21* at Virginia Tech VPI ColiseumBlacksburg, Virginia W 70–68
January 24* Georgia Tech Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 77–88
January 31 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina L 80–90
February 4 NC State Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 80–60
February 7 South Carolina Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 73–57
February 11 Wake Forest Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 70–68
February 14 #14 Duke Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 73–68
February 17 vs. NC State Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 62–50
February 18 vs. #4 North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
W 92–88
February 25 Maryland Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 65–61
February 27 Virginia Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 71–73
March 9* vs. Wake Forest Greensboro ColiseumGreensboro, North Carolina
(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
Date Opponent Site Result
December 4* at The Citadel The Citadel ArmoryCharleston, South Carolina L 70–74
December 29* vs. Hardin–Simmons Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Semifinal)
L 63–77
December 30* vs. Furman Greenville, South Carolina
(Poinsettia Classic Consolation)
W 78–53
January 4* Furman Fike Field HouseClemson, South Carolina L 68–70
January 6 South Carolina Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 71–93
January 9 at Duke Duke Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina L 79–101
January 11 Virginia Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 92–95
January 13 #3 North Carolina Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 83–115
January 15 Maryland Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 94–93 (2OT)
January 20 at Virginia University HallCharlottesville, Virginia L 73–81
January 24* at LSU Parker ColiseumBaton Rouge, Louisiana L 81–104
January 27* Virginia Tech Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 78–101
January 30 Wake Forest Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina W 70–67
February 1* at Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta L 64–99
February 3 at NC State Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, North Carolina L 66–78
February 7 at South Carolina Carolina Fieldhouse • Columbia, South Carolina L 74–89
February 10 at Wake Forest Winston–Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina W 78–66
February 16 vs. #3 North Carolina Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 74–96
February 17 vs. NC State Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(North–South Doubleheader)
L 67–69
February 20 #8 Duke Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 70–82
February 22* at Furman Alley Gymnasium • Greenville, South Carolina L 64–66
February 24 at Maryland Cole Field HouseCollege Park, Maryland L 68–81
February 28* Georgia Tech Fike Field House • Clemson, South Carolina L 51–80
March 7* vs. #6 Duke Charlotte Coliseum • Charlotte, North Carolina
(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

Littlejohn Coliseum was opened with a win over Georgia Tech.

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

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