- No. 15/15 Clemson takes a 39-14 overall record into the the 2022 ACC Softball Championship game against No. 3/3 Florida State.
- The Tigers are the No. 5 seed and will be the visiting team against the No. 3 Seminoles.
- The Tigers have outscored opponents 257-123 in games this season, including run-ruling 11 opponents.
- Clemson has 368 hits through 53 games, including posting 60 doubles and 63 home runs.
- The Tigers’ pitching staff is posting a 1.76 ERA through 349.1 innings of work and struck out a combined 320 batters.
- The Tigers improve to a 4-1 overall record at the ACC Championship after defeating Notre Dame in the semifinals on Thursday and Virginia Tech on Friday.
- Clemson defeated Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech in Louisville last season before dropping the championship game to Duke, 1-0.
LOGOLEO IN THE STEEL CITY
- Redshirt sophomore Alia Logoleo has put on a show in the Steel City during the 2022 season.
- Clemson played three games against Pittsburgh at Vartabedian Field during the regular season, and the Tigers have now played two games there during the ACC Softball Championships.
- The Third Team All-ACC selection went 4-for-7 with two home runs to help the Tigers sweep the Pittsburgh series.
- Against Notre Dame in the quarterfinals this week, Logoleo hit a two-run homer in the top of the second inning and drew one walk.
- Against Virginia Tech, the Nashville, Tenn. native went 2-for-3 with two solo home runs.
- She's batting .538 at Vartabedian Field going 7-for-13 with five home runs, five walks, seven runs scored and 11 RBIs.
- The No. 5 seed Clemson Tigers knocked off the 2022 ACC Regular Season Champion Virginia Tech Hokies in the semifinals of the 2022 ACC Softball Championship on Friday afternoon.
- Logoleo started the Tigers off with a solo home run in the second out of left field.
- Marissa Guimbarda singled in the fourth, and Virginia Tech made a throwing error that allowed McKenzie Clark to score and double the Tigers' lead.
- Sam Russ hit her fifth triple of the season in the fifth inning, and Arielle Oda brought her home off a sac fly.
- The Hokies scored their lone run in the sixth inning, and the Tigers answered with Logoleo hitting her team-high 14th home run of the season to give Clemson the 4-1 victory.
- Redshirt sophomore Valerie Cagle pitched her 14th complete game with two strikeouts en route to improving to 15-7 on the year.
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