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Radio/TV Schedule Announced for Clemson Baseball

Radio/TV Schedule Announced for Clemson Baseball

Feb. 5, 2002

CLEMSON, SC – Fifty of Clemson’s 56 regular season baseball games and all postseason games will be broadcast live on the radio in joint partnership between Clemson Tiger Sports Properties and WCCP-FM (104.9) in Clemson. In addition, the Tigers will have six games televised by either Fox Sports Net South or Comcast/Charter Cable.

Clemson Tiger Sport Properties will broadcast 36 regular-season Clemson baseball games this season, including all 24 conference games. The broadcast schedule also features 12 non-conference games, including all four games with South Carolina, two games with Georgia, one game each with Coastal Carolina, Winthrop, Wofford and a three-game series with Maine, the alma mater of Clemson head coach Jack Leggett. The network will also broadcast all postseason contests, including all games the Tigers play at the ACC Tournament and in the NCAA Tournament.

“We’re excited to be doing all 24 ACC games as well as all four games against South Carolina,” said Don Williams, general manager of Clemson Tiger Sports Properties. “This could be one of the most successful seasons in Clemson history and we are pleased to be the broadcast home of the Clemson Tigers.

Additionally, WCCP in Clemson will broadcast another 14 games giving the Tigers a radio presence in 50 of its 56 regular season games. Ed Jensen will handle the play-by-play duties for games on WCCP.

“Not only are we excited about the team and one of the best schedules in recent history, but we are also proud of the radio broadcast schedule between Clemson Tiger Sports Properties and WCCP,” said Dwight Rainey, senior associate athletic director. “It gives our fans the chance to follow what should be a great year for Clemson.”

The Tigers will play three games on Fox Sports Net South, two as part of the ACC baseball package – vs. Wake Forest and at Virginia – and another vs. Georgia Tech. Clemson will also play three games – two vs. South Carolina and another vs. Wofford – on Comcast/Charter Cable.

The 2002 schedule features games against 10 teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2001. Of the 10 teams that played in the postseason last year, seven advanced to a regional final, three advanced to a Super Regional and one, Georgia, advanced to the College World Series. Of the 26 games the Tigers play against postseason teams from a year ago, 17 are against teams outside of the ACC.

Clemson, ranked as high as second in the nation by Baseball America, opens play Feb. 22-24 with a three-game series vs. Auburn at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

2002 Clemson Baseball Schedule Feb. 22 Fri. AuburnClemson 3:00 PMWCCP Feb. 23 Sat. Auburn Clemson 2:00 PMWCCP Feb. 24Sun. Auburn Clemson 2:00 PMWCCP March 1 Fri. College of CharlestonCharleston 6:00 PM March 2 Sat. South Carolina Columbia 1:30 PMRMarch 3 Sun. South Carolina Clemson 2:00 PM R March 6 Wed. Collegeof Charleston Clemson 3:00 PMWCCP March 8 Fri. Purdue Clemson 4:00PM March 9 Sat. Purdue Clemson 2:00 PM March 10 Sun. Purdue Clemson1:00 PMWCCP March 12 Tues. Georgia Southern Clemson 4:00 PMWCCPMarch 13 Wed. Georgia Southern Clemson 4:00 PMWCCP March 15 Fri.South Alabama Clemson 7:15 PMWCCP March 16 Sat. South AlabamaClemson 4:00 PMWCCP March 17 Sun. South Alabama Clemson 1:00 PMWCCPMarch 19 Tues. UNC-Asheville Clemson 7:15 PMWCCP March 21 Thurs.Maine Clemson 7:15 PM R March 22 Fri. Maine Clemson 7:15 PM R March23 Sat. Maine Clemson 2:00 PM R March 26 Tues. Coastal CarolinaClemson 7:15 PMR March 27 Wed. Coastal Carolina Clemson 3:00 PMWCCP March 29 Fri. Maryland Clemson 7:15 PM R March 30 Sat.Maryland Clemson 4:00 PM R March 31 Sun. Maryland Clemson 1:00 PM RApril 2 Tues. East Tennesse State Clemson 7:15 PMWCCP April 3 Wed.Winthrop Clemson 7:15 PM R April 5 Fri. N.C. State Clemson 7:15 PMR April 6 Sat. N.C. State Clemson 4:00 PM R April 7 Sun. N.C. StateClemson 1:00 PM R April 9 Tues. Georgia Athens, GA 6:30 PM R April10 Wed. Georgia Clemson 7:15 PM R April 12 Fri. North CarolinaChapel Hill, NC 7:00 PM R April 13 Sat. North Carolina Chapel Hill,NC 2:00 PM R April 14 Sun. North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC 2:00 PM RApril 16 Tues. Western Carolina Clemson 7:15 PM April 17 Wed. SouthCarolina Clemson 7:15 PM R/CSS April 19 Fri. Duke Durham, NC 7:00PM R April 20 Sat. Duke Durham, NC 5:00 PM R April 21 Sun. DukeDurham, NC 1:30 PM R April 23 Tues. Furman Clemson 7:15 PM April 24Wed. South Carolina Columbia 7:00 PM R/CSS April 26 Fri. WakeForest Clemson 7:15 PM R April 27 Sat. Wake Forest Clemson 7:00 PMR/FSNS April 28 Sun. Wake Forest Clemson 2:00 PM R May 4 Sat.Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA 7:00 PM R May 5 Sun. Georgia Tech Atlanta,GA 1:00 PM R/FSNS May 6 Mon. Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA 7:00 PM R May8 Wed. Wofford Clemson 7:15 PM R/CSS May 9 Thurs. Elon Clemson 7:15PM May 11 Sat. Virginia Charlottesville, VA 1:00 PM R/FSNS May 12Sun. Virginia Charlottesville, VA 2:00 PM R May 13 Mon. VirginiaCharlottesville, VA 1:00 PM R May 15 Wed. Western CarolinaCullowhee, NC 3:00 PM WCCP May 17 Fri. Florida State Clemson 7:15PM R May 18 Sat. Florida State Clemson 7:00 PM R May 19 Sun.Florida State Clemson 2:00 PM R May 21-26 ACC Tournament St.Petersburg, FL TBA

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May 31-June 2 NCAA Regional TBA TBA R June 7-9 NCAA SuperRegional TBA TBA R June 14-22 College World Series Omaha, NE TBA

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All Times Eastern, R-Clemson Tiger Sports Properties (Radio), WCCP – WCCP-Non network game on WCCP-FM (104.9) in Clemson, FSNS-Fox Sports Net South, CSS – Comcast/Charter Cable, As of Feb. 5, 2002

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