Barbara Kennedy-Dixon, former Tigers great and ACC's all-time leading women's scorer, dies at 58

CLEMSON, S.C. -- Barbara Kennedy-Dixon, the Atlantic Coast Conference's all-time scoring and rebounding leader and a longtime Clemson administrator after her playing days there, has died. She was 58.

The school announced the death of Kennedy-Dixon on Monday.

Kennedy-Dixon played for Clemson from 1978 to 1982 and left with ACC career records in points (3,113) and rebounds (1,252).

She also holds ACC single-season records for points (908), points per game (29.3), field goals made (392), field goal attempts (760), rebounds (400) and rebounds per game (12.9) -- all during the 1981-82 season.

Kennedy-Dixon served several roles in Clemson athletics after her playing days. She was on the women's basketball staff until moving into administration.

Kennedy-Dixon served as the school's senior women's administrator from 2005 to 2014 and retired from the school three years later.