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FRIDAY, SEPT. 24

Clemson vs. Virginia Tech

📍 Blacksburg, Virginia (Cassell Coliseum)

🗓 Friday September 24, 2021 • 6 p.m. | ACCNX

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SUNDAY, SEPT. 26

Clemson vs. Wake Forest

📍 Winston-Salem, North Carolina (Reynolds Gym)

🗓 Sunday September 26, 2021 • 1 p.m. | ACCNX

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Clemson Volleyball begins the ACC game with road matches against Virginia Tech & Wake Forest.

CLEMSON, SC – The Clemson volleyball team travels to Blacksburg, Va. And Winston-Salem, NC to begin playing ACC for the 2021 season. Friday’s game against Virginia Tech is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Cassell Coliseum and will air on ACCNX. The Tigers will end their road trip Sunday against Wake Forest at Reynolds Gym with a scheduled start at 1 p.m. This match will be broadcast on ACCNX. Last year, the Tigers finished ACC competition with a 6-9 record, securing their highest-ranked victory in program history with a five-set victory over then-No.12 Miami on Oct. 8 in the Jervey Gym.

The Tigers and Hokies have met 34 times, most recently in the final game of the 2021-21 season when Clemson claimed a 3-1 victory, led by Camryn Hannah, a record 20 kills and .395 hits. , while the Tigers lead the overall series 21-13. The Hokies enter the game 9-3 overall with a recent 3-1 loss to North Carolina A&T. Outside batter Griere Hughes leads the team in points, scoring 139 total points and having 121 kills.

The Demon Deacons enter the contest 9-2 with two recent wins over North Carolina A&T and Davidson. The Tigers lead the series 35-17 and have a three-game winning streak. Statistically, Wake Forest leads the ACC in terms of serve aces per set, averaging 2.00 per set.

Clemson enters ACC competition with an 8-3 overall record after a recent four-game winning streak with wins over Georgia State, UNC Asheville, Rutgers and ETSU. Graduation Transfer Kaylee Martin continues to set the offensive tone for the Tigers with a high of 3.40 kills per set and 124 kills, followed by Camryn Hannah’s 3.00 kills in second year. While defensive, rookie Devan Taylor maintains his dominance on the pitch with 4.10 digs per set out of 156 digs this season and ranks 4th among the ACC. Five Clemson players have recorded at least 60 wins for the season.



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