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Clemson Tigers
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School Name: Clemson University
Location: Clemson, South Carolina
Arena: Littlejohn Coliseum
Capacity: 10,325
Conference: ACC
Head coach: Oliver Purnell

The Clemson Tigers men's basketball team is a college basketball program that competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference in the NCAA Division I. The current coach is Brad Brownell, who succeeds Oliver Purnell who left for DePaul.

Team history

Awards

ACC Coach of the Year[1]

  • Cliff Ellis - 1987, 1990

ACC Player of the Year

ACC Freshman of the Year

  • Skip Wise - 1975
  • Greg Buckner - 1995

All-ACC First Team

  • Choppy Patterson - 1960
  • Randy Mahaffey - 1967
  • Skip Wise - 1975
  • Billy Williams - 1980
  • Horace Grant - 1987
  • Dale Davis - 1990
  • Elden Campbell - 1990
  • Will Solomon - 2000
  • Ed Scott - 2003
  • Trevor Booker - 2010

All-ACC Second Team

  • Bill Yarborough - 1955 & 1956
  • Choppy Patterson - 1961
  • Jim Brennan - 1963 & 1964
  • Randy Mahaffey - 1965
  • Jim Sutherland - 1967
  • Butch Zatezalo - 1968, 1969, 1970
  • Tree Rollins - 1975, 1976, 1977
  • Stan Rome - 1977
  • Larry Nance - 1981
  • Vince Hamilton - 1982
  • Elden Campbell - 1989
  • Dale Davis - 1991
  • Sharone Wright - 1994
  • Greg Buckner - 1997, 1998
  • Terrell McIntyre - 1997, 1999
  • Will Solomon - 2001
  • K.C. Rivers - 2008
  • Trevor Booker - 2009

All-ACC Third Team

  • Horace Grant - 1987
  • Elden Campbell - 1988
  • Dale Davis - 1989
  • Sharone Wright - 1993
  • Chris Whitney - 1993
  • Devin Gray - 1994
  • Terrell McIntyre - 1998
  • Ed Scott - 2002
  • Sharrod Ford - 2005
  • Cliff Hammonds - 2008

ACC All-Defensive Team

  • Greg Buckner - 1997
  • Vernon Hamilton - 2006 & 2007
  • James Mays - 2007 & 2008
  • Cliff Hammonds - 2008
  • Trevor Booker - 2009 & 2010

All-Southern Conference

  • Banks McFadden - 1938, 1939, 1940

All-Americans

  • Banks McFadden (1939 Helms Foundation)
  • Tree Rollins (1977 Helms, 3rd Team - AP)
  • Billy Williams (1980 Helms, Honorable Mention - AP)
  • Horace Grant (1987 Helms, 2nd Team - AP)
  • Elden Campbell (1990 Honorable Mention - AP)
  • Dale Davis (1990 Honorable Mention - AP)
  • Sharone Wright (1990 Honorable Mention - AP)

Clemson Ring of Honor

  • Banks McFadden
  • Dale Davis

Retired Jerseys

  • 23 - Banks McFadden
  • 30 - Tree Rollins
  • 34 - Dale Davis

Tiger home courts

  • Littlejohn Coliseum - November 30, 1968–February 23, 2002, January 5, 2003–Present
  • Civic Center of Anderson - November 13, 2002–December 31, 2002, (For eight games as Littlejohn Coliseum was undergoing renovations)
  • Clemson Field House - 1930-1968

Coaching history

Coaches and staff

[2]

Name From To Record
Brad Brownell 2010 Present[3]
Oliver Purnell 2003 2010 138-88
Larry Shyatt 1998 2003 70-84
Rick Barnes 1994 1998 74-48
Cliff Ellis 1984 1994 177-128
Bill Foster 1975 1984 156-106
Tates Locke 1970 1975 62-70
Bobby Roberts 1962 1970 82-116
Press Maravich 1956 1962 55-96
Banks McFadden 1946 1956 85-131
Rock Norman 1940 1946 32-70
Joe Davis 1931 1940 101-86
Josh Cody 1927 1931 48-55

Current coaching staff

Season-by-season results

2008 Clemson Tigers Basketball Season Log
All-Time Conference Record: 397–716 (.357)
All-Time Overall Record: 1138-1165-2 (.494)


External Links

  • "2006-07 ACC Men's Basketball Media Guide" (PDF). http://www.theacc.com/sports/m-baskbl/0607accmbkguide.html. Retrieved 2007-12-04. 
  • "Clemson Men's Basketball Coaches" (PDF). http://www.freebase.com/view/en/clemson_tigers_mens_basketball/-/basketball/basketball_team/previous_coaches. 
  • "Brownell Named Clemson Head Basketball Coach". http://clemsontigers.cstv.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/041310aaa.html. 
  • NCAA Major Infractions report 09-DEC-92
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Atlantic_Coast_Conference_men's_basketball_regular_season_champions
  • NCAA Major Infractions report 24-OCT-00
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