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May 11, 2023

Clemson To Play at Virginia Tech

By: Brian Hennessy

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The Tigers continue their road trip with their final three regular-season road games at Virginia Tech.

Who – Clemson (32-17, 14-10 ACC) vs. Virginia Tech (29-16, 11-12 ACC)
Best Ranking – CU – No. 10 Perfect Game; VAT – NR
When – Friday (4 p.m.), Saturday (7 p.m.), Sunday (3 p.m.)
Where – Blacksburg, Va. (English Field)
Watch – ACC Network Extra (Friday), ACC Network (Saturday, Sunday)
Video Announcers – Bailey Angle (Friday), Andrew Wells (Friday), Ariya Massoudi (Saturday, Sunday), Devon Travis (Saturday, Sunday)
Listen (Radio) – Clemson Athletic Network (locally on WCCP (105.5 FM))
Listen (Internet) –
Live Stats –
Social Media – ClemsonBaseball

Overall Record – Clemson leads 49-26-2 (1902-2022)
Record at Virginia Tech – Tied 15-15-1 (1916-2019)

Friday – LHP Ethan Darden (CU) vs. TBA (VAT)
Saturday – RHP Austin Gordon (CU) vs. TBA (VAT)
Sunday – LHP Caden Grice (CU) vs. TBA (VAT)

• Clemson, who has an 11-5 road record, defeated No. 8 Coastal Carolina 13-6 on the road on Wednesday.
• The Tigers are averaging 7.0 runs per game and hitting .298 with a .451 slugging percentage, .394 on-base percentage and 70 steals.
• The pitching staff has a 4.45 ERA, .249 opponents’ batting average and 2.52 strikeout-to-walk ratio, and Clemson is fielding .976.

• Virginia Tech, who has a 21-7 home record and is averaging 9.2 runs per game, is led by sixth-year Head Coach John Szefc.
• The Hokies defeated Liberty 14-1 on the road on Wednesday. They are hitting .302 and have a 5.25 ERA and .983 fielding percentage.
• Jack Hurley is hitting .342 with 16 homers and 45 RBIs, and Garrett Michel is batting .336 with 10 homers and 41 RBIs.

• Clemson has won 10 of its last 11 games and 15 of its last 18 games.
• Clemson has won five ACC series in a row, the first time the Tigers have done that in one season since 2017, when they won the first five.
• Clemson is 29-8 when totaling at least as many hits as the opposition.

• Six Tigers received their diplomas during commencement ceremonies in Littlejohn Coliseum on May 11.
• Ryan Ammons, Nick Clayton, Nick Hoffmann and Rob Hughes earned their bachelor’s degrees.
• Benjamin Blackwell and Tyler Corbitt earned their master’s degrees.
• Riley Bertram, Jackson Lindley and Willie Weiss earned their certificates.