Clemson Reaches Agreement with Civic Center of Anderson


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Clemson, SC-Clemson University and the Civic Center of Anderson have
reached a gentleman's agreement to have the facility serve as the
site of Clemson's men's and women's home basketball games in November
and December of 2002. The Civic Center of Anderson is a facility of
the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Center, which is owned and
operated by Anderson Country.


Clemson had been looking for an alternate site for Littlejohn
Coliseum for the beginning of next year as the facility undergoes
extensive renovations.


The capacity for the Civic Center of Anderson for the Clemson
games will be approximately 5,200.


It is anticipated that Littlejohn will be ready for play
after January 1, 2003. Should Littlejohn Coliseum not be ready by
January 1, 2003, the school would continue to play games in the Civic
Center of Anderson until Littlejohn is ready for play.


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