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May 21, 2023

GAMEDAY CENTRAL: Clemson Regional Championship vs. Auburn

No. 16 Seed Clemson (48-9) vs. Auburn (42-18)


  • 🆚 Opponent: Auburn
  • 🗓 Date/Time: Sunday, May 21 • Noon
  • 📍 Venue: McWhorter Stadium • Clemson, S.C.
  • 📺 Watch: ESPN2
  • 📊 Stats: Live Stats
  • 🎟️ Tickets: Available
  • 📻 Listen: WCCP FM • ONLINE

Clemson: Roster | Schedule | Clemson Regional Guide


  • No. 10/10 Clemson takes a 48-9 overall record into Sunday’s Regional Championship game against Auburn
  • The Tigers are the No. 16 national seed and were selected to host in back-to-back seasons after being the No. 10 seed in 2022. The Tigers welcome Auburn, Cal State Fullerton and UNCG to McWhorter Stadium.
  • The Tigers have outscored opponents 355-90 in games this season, including run-ruling 16 opponents that includes UNCG in the first game of the weekend. Clemson has also shutout 19 opponents, including Auburn 7-0 on Saturday
  • Clemson has 459 hits through 57 games, including posting 84 doubles and 76 home runs.
  • The Tigers’ pitching staff is posting a 1.31 ERA through 364 innings of work and struck out a combined 308 batters.
  • The Tigers are 7-2 in NCAA Regional appearances after being the No. 2 seed in the Tuscaloosa Regional in 2021 with a 2-2 record and going a perfect 3-0 in 2022.
  • Last season, Clemson swept its regionals that included run-ruling both UNCW and Louisiana and clinching a 1-0 victory against Auburn.

VS. Auburn

  • Clemson holds a 2-0 overall record against Auburn, after both teams’ first meeting was in the third game of the 2022 Clemson Regional and then met again yesterday.
  • Clemson won game two, 7-0, after Valerie Cagle led the charge in the circle tossing a one hit shutout. McKenzie Clark clocked a solo home run to open scoring, and Clemson followed with a five-run fifth inning that included a home run from Cagle. Reedy Davenport sealed the victory with an RBI in the sixth.
  • The Tigers took game one, 1-0, after Cagle hit a double in the bottom of the fourth and former Clemson Tiger. Marissa Guimbarda, brought her home with a hit into shallow left.
  • Clemson has outhit Auburn all-time, 13-5.