Clemson names latest Hall of Fame members

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Tuesday June 4, 2013

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Former Clemson men's basketball coach Cliff Ellis and past Tiger football players Brenston Buckner and Terrence Flagler are among the 10 newest members of the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame.

Tiger Letterwinner's Association executive director Bill D'Andrea announced the group Tuesday.

Ellis was the only Tigers coach to win Atlantic Coast Conference coach of the year honors and led the team to the 1990 ACC regular season title.

Buckner played defensive line from 1990-93 and went on to play in Super Bowls for Pittsburgh and Carolina during his NFL career. Flagler was a running back who was part of the 1986 ACC champions. He played for two Super Bowls winning teams with San Francisco.

Also named were football-baseball standout Ray Williams, baseball's Matthew LeCroy and women's basketball's Chrissy Floyd.

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