Clemson Tigers


Clemson Tigers
Clemson Tigers
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Division NCAA Division I-A (D1)
Conférence Atlantic Coast Conference
Surnom Tigers
Mascotte tigre
Stade de foot US Memorial Stadium
(80 301 places)
Salle de basket Littlejohn Coliseum
(11 020 places)
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Clemson Tigers est un club omnisports universitaire de l'Université de Clemson en Caroline du Sud. Les équipes des Tigers participent aux compétitions universitaires organisées par la National Collegiate Athletic Association. Clemson fait partie de la division Atlantic Coast Conference. C'est l'entraîneur Walter Riggs qui initia le choix de la mascotte (un tigre) et de la couleur orange arborée depuis 1896.

La plus fameuse équipe des Tigers est celle de football américain qui évolue au Memorial Stadium, enceinte de 80 301 places inaugurée le 19 septembre 1942. Toutefois, le record d'affluence culmine à 86 092 spectateurs (1999). Cette formation compte un titre national (1981).

L'équipe de basket-ball joue au Littlejohn Coliseum, salle de 11 020 places inaugurée le 30 novembre 1968.

Les Tigers ont également compté dans leur sein Shawn Crawford le célèbre sprinteur.

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