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Gallery: Women’s basketball holds onto lead to defeat Clemson

At the start of the third quarter, the Hurricanes led Clemson 58-44, but then Clemson began to make shots, while Miami missed them and the Tigers managed to tie the game at 64-64. A made 3-pointer by Kelsey Marshall with 52 seconds left put Miami up three and ultimately won the game for Miami 68-64.

Here are the best shots:

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Guard Endia Banks (4) steps past defenders during the Hurricanes' game versus Clemson on Thursday, Jan. 23. Photo credit: Josh Halper

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Guard Kenza Salgues leaps during the Hurricanes' game versus Clemson on Thursday, Jan. 23. Salgues had three points and one assist off the bench for Miami. Photo credit: Josh Halper

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Forward Destiny Harden (3) goes for the layup during the Hurricanes' game versus Clemson on Thursday, Jan. 23. Harden had nine points and seven rebounds in 25 minutes. Photo credit: Josh Halper

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Halftime performer Tiffany Fantasia puts on a show for the crowd in honor of Pride Night at the Hurricanes' game versus Clemson on Thursday, Jan. 23. Photo credit: Josh Halper

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The women's basketball coaching staff wore multicolored shoes in honor of Pride Night, at the Hurricanes' game versus Clemson on Thursday, Jan. 23. Photo credit: Josh Halper

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Guard Kelsey Marshall dribbles downcourt during the Hurricanes' game versus Clemson on Thursday, Jan. 23. Marshall lead Miami with 22 points. Photo credit: Jared Lennon

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Guard Kenza Salgues shoots a 3-point shot during the Hurricane's game versus Clemson on Thursday, Jan. 23. Photo credit: Josh Halper

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Head Coach Katie Meir and guard Endia Banks embrace during a timeout at the Hurricanes' game versus Clemson on Thursday, Jan. 23. Photo credit: Josh Halper

January 24, 2020

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