Jan. 12, 2013
Clemson, SC -
ACC: Boston College (7-7) at Clemson (4-11)
When: Sunday, Jan. 13
Where: Littlejohn Coliseum (Clemson, SC)
Time: 1:00 PM
Television: NESN & ESPN3
TV Talent: Mike Hogewood, Debbie Antonelli
The Boston College women's basketball team is on the second leg of a two-game ACC road trip. The Eagles (7-7, 1-2 ACC) will play at Clemson on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. The game will be televised on regional sports networks (NESN).
Boston College is coming off a road win at Virginia Tech on Thursday, Jan. 10. The Eagles were led by junior Kristen Doherty with 15 points and seven rebounds. Katie Zenevitch added 11 points and five boards, while senior Kerri Shields finished with 11 points.
The Eagles will return to Conte Forum after this two-game road swing. BC will host Florida Stae on Thursday, Jan. 17, followed by Sunday's game against Wake Forest.
BC VS. CLEMSON
This will be the eighth meeting between BC and Clemson. The Eagles lead the series, 6-2.
Last season Boston College defeated Clemson, 56-53, behind 17 points and seven boards from Kristen Doherty. Shayra Brown had eight points off the bench.
BC has won the last two games against Clemson both meetings were at Conte Forum. Prior to joining the ACC, Boston College and Clemson played only once. On Dec. 28, 2006, the Eagles lost 55-52 at the Dartmouth Invitational.
BC went 3-1 against teams in New England to open the season. The Eagles earned wins over Holy Cross, New Hampshire and Vermont. The only loss was the season opener vs. Boston University.
BC probable starters are center Katie Zenevitch
, forward Kristen Doherty
, guard Kerri Shields
, guard Tessah Holt
and guard Nicole Boudreau
Kristen Doherty has led BC in scoring and rebounding in three of the last five games.
Senior Kerri Shields is closing in on moving into second place on the all-time list for three-pointers made. Shields' has hit 209 career three's, just four away from sliding into second in front of Amber Jacobs '00 at 212.
Katie Zenevitch has led BC in rebounding in 10 of 14 games.
Freshman Nicole Boudreau has hit double figures in scoring in nine of 14 games.
Redshirt junior Tessah Holt leads BC in assists with 42 for a 2.7 apg.