CLEMSON, S.C. – The 2015 Tiger baseball schedule features 34 home games, 19 games against 2014 NCAA Tournament teams and three games at Fluor Field in Greenville, S.C. Clemson’s 56-game schedule begins February 13 with a three-game home series against West Virginia, led by former Tiger player and assistant coach Randy Mazey.
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Clemson plays 19 games against teams that played in the 2014 NCAA Tournament, including 13 of the last 14 regular-season contests against 2014 NCAA Tourney teams. Those 19 games are against College of Charleston (1), Florida State (3), Georgia Southern (3), Georgia Tech (3), Louisville (3), North Carolina (3) and South Carolina (3).
The Tigers’ five ACC home series are against Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Wake Forest, while Clemson’s ACC road series are at Boston College, Florida State, Georgia Tech, NC State and Virginia Tech. Clemson does not play Miami (Fla.), Pittsburgh and Virginia in the regular season.
Clemson opens the season with a nine-game homestand at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. After hosting West Virginia and Charleston Southern, Head Coach Jack Leggett’s alma mater, Maine, visits Tigertown (February 20-22) for the second year in a row.
The Tigers host Wofford the following Tuesday before playing South Carolina three times at three different sites. Clemson concludes its homestand with a night contest against the Gamecocks on February 27. It marks the earliest date on the calendar the two teams face off in the 307th meeting between the two schools.
The series concludes with a neutral-site game at Fluor Field on February 28 and a game in Columbia, S.C. on March 1. Saturday’s contest marks the fourth time in five years the two rivals match up at Fluor Field for their neutral-site game.
After a midweek home game against Winthrop, Clemson begins ACC play at NC State from March 6-8. The Tigers return to the Upstate to face Michigan State at Fluor Field the following Wednesday.
From March 13-15, Clemson welcomes Notre Dame to Doug Kingsmore Stadium in an ACC clash. Over Spring Break on March 17, the Tigers travel to Coastal Carolina to face the Chanticleers before continuing the road trip to Blacksburg, Va. to take on Virginia Tech over the weekend. Clemson wraps up its five-game road swing at Western Carolina on March 24.
Clemson begins another nine-game homestand by hosting Wake Forest from March 27-29, followed by midweek contests against Furman and Presbyterian College. North Carolina comes to town for a three-game series from April 3-5, then the Tigers host Georgia on April 7.
The Tigers travel northward to face Boston College before hosting Western Carolina and Gardner-Webb, then Duke travels to Clemson from April 17-19.
Clemson plays four games in one week in the state of Georgia, a contest at Georgia on April 21 and a three-game series at Georgia Tech over the weekend.
After a five-day break for final exams, Clemson hosts the newest ACC member, Louisville, from May 2-4. The Tigers have faced the Cardinals six times, all at Clemson, in two-game series in 1970, 1971 and 1972.
The Tigers host College of Charleston for one game and Georgia Southern for three games, then travel to Fluor Field to take on Furman. Clemson concludes the regular season at Florida State from May 14-16.
Ten teams will participate in the ACC Tournament at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C. from May 19-24. The regular-season winner of each division gets one of the top-two seeds, while the eight remaining teams with the best ACC regular-season winning percentage will also make the 10-team field.
On Tuesday, May 19, seeds 7-10 match up in play-in games, then the two winners of those games join the top-six seeds for an eight-team, round-robin tournament, the same format that has been used for the ACC Tournament since 2007.
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