Clemson

Clemson may refer to:

  • Clemson, South Carolina, a town in the United States.
  • Clemson University, a university in that town.
  • Clemson class destroyer, a U.S. Navy ship class during World War II
  • USS Clemson, any of several U.S. Navy ships by that name

May also refer to people with the surname Clemson:

  • Anna Maria Calhoun Clemson, was the daughter of John C. Calhoun and the wife of Thomas Green Clemson.
  • Floride Clemson, is the daughter of Thomas Green Clemson, and the granddaughter of John C. Calhoun.
  • Henry A. Clemson, was an officer in the United States Navy in the early 19th century.
  • Jeanne Clemson, was an American artistic director, theater director, actress, educator and preservationist.
  • Thomas Green Clemson, was an American politician and statesman, and founder of Clemson University.

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Scott Winchester - Amateur Career
... Winchester attended Clemson University from 1993 to 1996, where he was a 3-time Letterman ... In 1995, he set what was then a school record for most pitching appearances by a Clemson pitcher with 33 (he now shares that record with 3 other ... He finished his 3-year Clemson career with a 1.70 ERA ...
Clemson Tigers Sports Network
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Clemson (Amtrak Station)
... The Clemson Amtrak Station, located in Clemson, South Carolina, is served by the Crescent passenger train ... Memorial Highway and College Avenue, in the heart of downtown Clemson ... Edwards, then Clemson University president, convinced D.W ...
Shane Monahan - Collegiate Baseball Career
... While at Clemson University, Monahan broke several school and Atlantic Coast Conference records, some of which he still holds, including game appearances, at bats ... Monahan appeared in every Clemson game during his 3 years at the school (1993–1995) ... He is one of only 5 Clemson Tigers to hit for the cycle, doing so in Hawai'i against Hawai'i-Hilo on March 19, 1994 ...