Search

Clemson Announces 2011 Baseball Radio Schedule

Feb. 8, 2011

Clemson, SC –

Clemson Tiger Sports Network announced Tuesday that it will broadcast Clemson’s 36 regular-season baseball games in 2011, while the other 19 regular-season games will be broadcast by WCCP (104.9 FM) out of Clemson. Clemson Tiger Sports Network, a property of Learfield Sports, will broadcast the 30 ACC regular-season games along with the three games against South Carolina, both games against Georgia, and the Coastal Carolina game. The network will also carry all postseason contests. The other 19 regular-season games will be aired by WCCP. All Tiger baseball games can be heard via the internet at WCCPFM.com.

The 19 regular-season games that will not be carried by Clemson Tiger Sports Network will be broadcast exclusively by WCCP (104.9 FM) out of Clemson. Its schedule includes games against Eastern Michigan (3), Gardner-Webb (3), Elon (2), Furman (2), Presbyterian College (2), Western Carolina (2), Charleston Southern (1), Cincinnati (1), Davidson (1), Michigan State (1), and Wofford (1).

Bob Mahony, Don Munson, and Dan Scott will call the network games, while Scott is slated to handle the WCCP broadcasts. The broadcasts will begin 30 minutes prior to the start of each contest and will have comments and strategies from Head Coach Jack Leggett. The games are subject to be tape-delayed or available solely online at WCCPFM.com based on schedule conflicts with Clemson basketball games.

The following stations will carry all Tiger baseball games in 2011…WCCP (104.9 FM) in the Clemson, SC area and WKDK (1240 AM) in the Newberry, SC area. The following stations will carry a partial schedule of Clemson baseball games in 2011…WDOG (1460 AM) in the Barnwell, SC area, WQSC (1340 AM) in the Charleston, SC area, WPCC (1410 AM) in the Clinton, SC area, WZMJ (93.1 FM) in the Columbia, SC area, WBHC (92.1 FM) in the Hampton, SC area, and WBCU (1460 AM) in the Union, SC area.

For an up-to-date list of game designations on all radio stations listed above, click here.

News