UPCOMING EVENTS (home events BOLD)
Tuesday, May 66 p.m. – Prowl and Growl – Myrtle Beach
Wednesday, May 76:30 p.m. – Baseball vs. High Point (TigerCast)
Thursday, May 8All Day – Women’s Golf at NCAA Regional (Tumble Creek Club, Cle Elum, Wash.)
Friday, May 91 p.m. – Women’s Tennis vs. UNC Wilmington (NCAA First Round)6 p.m. – Prowl and Growl – Florence Civic Center12 p.m. – Men’s Tennis vs. Purdue (NCAA First Round at Kentucky)7:30 p.m. – Baseball at Notre Dame (ESPNU)All Day – Women’s Golf at NCAA Regional (Tumble Creek Club, Cle Elum, Wash.)All Day – Track and Field at Virginia Challenge and Seminole Twilight
Saturday, May 101 p.m. – Women’s Tennis vs. Auburn/Winthrop Winner (NCAA Second Round)2 p.m. – Baseball at Notre Dame3 p.m. – Men’s Tennis vs. Kentucky/Denver Winner (NCAA Second Round at Kentucky)All Day – Women’s Golf at NCAA Regional (Tumble Creek Club, Cle Elum, Wash.)All Day – Track and Field at Virginia Challenge and Georgia Invitational
Sunday, May 1112 p.m. – Baseball at Notre Dame
Baseball (@ClemsonBaseball)Record: 29-19, 12-11 ACCThe Tigers won all four of their games this past weekend after exams. Clemson defeated James Madison by scores of 8-0 and 9-4 at home before topping UNLV 6-2 at Fluor Field in Greenville on Sunday and 5-2 at home Monday night. Zack Erwin pitched a six-hit shutout in Friday’s win over the Dukes to highlight the week. Clemson hosts High Point Wednesday night before traveling to Notre Dame over the weekend.
Men’s Golf (@ClemsonMensGolf)The Tigers received its 33rd-consecutive bid to the NCAA Men’s Golf Tournament Monday. Clemson is one of 14 teams competing at the Illinois Regional (Sugar Grove, Ill.) at Rich Harvest Farms, one of six regional sites across the country held May 15-17.
The top five teams from each regional advance to the NCAA National Championship at Prairie Dunes Golf Club in Hutchinson, Kan., May 23-28.
Women’s Golf (@ClemsonWGolf)Clemson will complete its first year of varsity competition in women’s golf in the NCAA Tournament. J.T. Horton’s team was selected to the NCAA Tournament and will compete at Tumble Creek at Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum, Washington, May 8-10. The top eight schools after 54 holes of play will compete in the NCAA National Championships May 20-23 at Tulsa Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.
Rowing (@ClemsonRowing)The women’s rowing team fell in four races at seventh-ranked Princeton on Saturday. The Tigers’ 1V8 recorded their best of time of the season with a mark of 6:20.0. Princeton’s 1V8, though, set a course record with a blazing fast time of 6:06.8 to defeat the Tigers. Clemson returns to action on May 16-17 when it hosts the ACC Championships on Lake Hartwell.
Men’s Tennis (@ClemsonMTennis)Record: 20-8The 21st-ranked Clemson men’s tennis team received a bid to the NCAA Championships and faces Purdue in the Lexington, Ky. Regional in the tournament’s first round on Friday, May 9. The winner between the Tigers and Boilermakers faces the winner of No. 15-national-seed Kentucky and Denver on Saturday. Hunter Harrington and Dominique Maden were named to the All-ACC first and second team, respectively, last week. Both players also earned invitations to play in the NCAA Individual Singles & Doubles Championships May 21-26 in Athens, Ga. Harrington, currently ranked 48th nationally, will play in the singles draw, while the duo, currently ranked ninth, will compete in the doubles draw.
Women’s Tennis (@ClemsonWTennis)Record: 20-6The women’s tennis program hosts its eighth NCAA Championship First and Second Rounds in the last ten seasons beginning Friday. Auburn and Winthrop play at 10 a.m. before Clemson meets UNCW at 1 p.m. at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center. The two winners face off at 1 p.m. on Saturday for a bid into the round of 16, held in Athens, Ga. at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students with an ID and younger.
Track and Field (@CUTrackandField)Following a week off for final exams, the Tigers return to action in three different meets this weekend – the Seminole Twilight in Tallahassee, Fla., Georgia Invitational in Athens, Ga., and the Virginia Challenge in Charlottesville, Va. Only two weekends remain for athletes to qualify for the NCAA First and Second Rounds, which are held May 29-31 in Jacksonville, Fla.
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