May 11, 1998
NCAAEast Regional Teams and Schedule
CLEMSON, SC –Clemson was one of eight NCAA baseball Tournament regional sites announced Monday by the NCAA Tournament Committee. Clemson will play host to the NCAA East Regional May 21-24 (Thursday-Sunday). This will be the fourth time in the last five years that Clemson has played host to the NCAA Regional Baseball tournament, the sixth time overall.
Clemson has also played host to the event in 1980, 1981, 1994, 1995, and 1996. Other regional sites are Miami (FL), Florida State, Florida, LSU, Wichita State, Stanford and Texas A&M.
Tickets are available at the Clemson Ticket office at Memorial Stadium beginning on Tuesday. Tournament passes are $50 apiece. No reserved single session passes will be sold.
An adult general admission tournament pass is $40.00 and $7.00 on a single session basis. A student general admission tournament pass is $28.00 and $4.00 for a single session.
Monday’s announcement guarantees that Clemson will play in the NCAA Tournament for the 12th straight season. It also means Clemson is the only school in the nation to have its men’s basketball team, and baseball team participate in the NCAA Tournament and its football team in a bowl game each of the last three years.
Tournament passes and advance sales of single session tickets can be paid for with cash, check, Mastercard, or Visa. Single session tickets can be purchased at the stadium gates with cash or check. All checks should be made payable to the Clemson Athletic Department.
Orders are now being accepted for tournament passes. Orders received through Friday, May 15, will receive their tickets through the mail. Beginning May 18, tournament passes can be picked up from the ticket office.
Single session tickets will be available the week of the tournament (Monday, May 18) at the ticket office or they can be bought at the gate.
Season ticket holders will have first priority to claim their seats for the tournament (until Friday, May 15).
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