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This Week in Clemson Athletics

This Week in Clemson Athletics


Tuesday, April 15 6:30 p.m. – Baseball vs. Coastal CarolinaStudent Appreciation NightFree tshirts, tanks, sunglasses, and koozies courtesy of University Village; One student will win a roundtrip ticket on Southwest Airlines; Students can enter a raffle to throw out the ceremonial first pitch; Double points on ROAR Student Rewards (6 points)Two for Tuesday- Buy one ticket, get one free

Thursday, April 172:30 p.m. – Women’s Tennis vs. DukeFaculty and Staff A­­­­­­­­ppreciation Day – Free travel mugs for the first 100 faculty and staff with valid CUIDAll Day – Women’s Golf at ACC Championship (Greensboro, N.C.)All Day – Track and Field at ACC Championships (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

Friday, April 186 p.m. – Men’s Tennis at Georgia Tech6 p.m. – Baseball at Pittsburgh (ESPN3)All Day – Women’s Golf at ACC Championship (Greensboro, N.C.)All Day – Track and Field at ACC Championships (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

Saturday, April 199 a.m. – Rowing hosts Clemson Invite – Session 1 (Lake Hartwell)

  • Free Frisbees for the first 200
  • Free beach towels for the first 150 fans
  • Free tshirts for the first 50 fans
  • Double points on ROAR Student Rewards (10 points)

11 a.m. – Women’s Tennis vs. North Carolina

  • Senior Day
  • Easter Egg Hunt for youth 12 and under
  • Double points on ROAR Student Rewards (10 points)

5 p.m. – Rowing hosts Clemson Invite – Session 2 (Lake Hartwell)All Day – Men’s Golf at Wolfpack Spring Open (Raleigh, N.C.)3 p.m. – Baseball at Pittsburgh (ESPN3)

Sunday, April 209 a.m. – Rowing hosts Clemson Invite – Session 3 (Lake Hartwell)

  • Free tshirts for the first 50 fans

All Day – Men’s Golf at Wolfpack Spring Open (Raleigh, N.C.)12 p.m. – Baseball at Pittsburgh (ESPN3)


Baseball (@ClemsonBaseball)Record: 21-14, 10-7 ACCClemson lost four of five games last week, including two one-run losses at No. 2 Virginia over the weekend. The Tigers outscored the Cavaliers 9-5 and held Virginia to only 14 hits in the series, but fell short in two hard-fought games. Daniel Gossett tossed 7.0 stellar innings in Clemson’s 7-1 win over the Cavaliers on Saturday and Tyler Slaton upped his active on-base streak to 19 games Sunday. The Tigers host Coastal Carolina on Tuesday night before traveling to Pittsburgh to face the Panthers in the first-ever meetings between the two schools.

Football (@ClemsonFB)Senior quarterback Cole Stoudt threw for 158 yards and two scores and senior defensive end Tavaris Barnes recorded a Clemson Spring Game record five sacks to lead the White Squad to a 24-5 victory over the Orange Squad in the program’s annual Spring Game.  The contest completed spring practice for Dabo Swinney’s Tigers, who have ranked in the top 10 of the final USA Today poll each of the last two years. A Clemson Spring Game record crowd of 33,000 attended the game that was played in brilliant sunshine at Memorial Stadium.

Men’s Golf (@ClemsonMensGolf)Clemson returns to the course this weekend at the Wolfpack Spring  Open in Raleigh, N.C.  The tournament will be played at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course, one of the six NCAA Tournament regional sites.  It is a 36-hole event that will be played April 19-20.  This will be Clemson’s final regular season tournament. Clemson enters the tournament ranked 27th in the latest Golf World Coaches poll, 30th in the Sagarin Golfweek computer ranking and 32nd by Golfstat. Clemson’s schedule is ranked fourth in the nation by Golfweek.

Miller Capps will lead the Tigers into this week’s event. The sophomore is ranked 91st nationally in the latest Sagarin ranking.  He will be joined in the Clemson lineup by Stephen Behr, Austin Langdale, Cody Proveaux and Carson Young.

Women’s Golf (@ClemsonWGolf)J.T. Horton’s ladies return to the course this week and begin postseason play at the ACC Tournament at historic Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C.  The Tigers are ranked in the top 17 in the nation by the college golf rankings.  The 54-hole event will be played Thursday-Saturday, April 16-18 at the course that serves as the home of the Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour. 

Clemson’s all freshman team is led by Ashlan Ramsey, who is ranked 15th in the nation by Golfstat and 21st by Sagarin.  Sloan Shanahan is the number-two ranked player on the team with a #29 rating by Golfstat and #50 by Sagarin.

Rowing (@ClemsonRowing)The 17th-ranked women’s rowing team will host the Clemson Invite on Saturday and Sunday on Lake Hartwell. The two-day regatta will feature 21 teams, including the Tigers, from all across the country. The field is highlighted by No. 12 Washington State, No. 13 UCLA, No. 15 Wisconsin, No. 16 Syracuse, No. 18 Cornell and No. 19 Louisville. Last season, Clemson upset third-ranked Ohio State at the Clemson Invite with a win in the First Novice 8+ race. The action kicks off at 8:52 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday morning with a Saturday afternoon session beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Men’s Tennis (@ClemsonMTennis)Record: 18-7, 5-5The 20th-ranked Tigers fell to #13 Duke (7-0) and #8 North Carolina (6-1) on the road over the weekend. Hunter Harrington and Dominique Maden won both of their matches at flight one doubles, defeating the Blue Devils’ Saba and Hemmeler (ranked 61st) and the Tar Heels’ Schnur and Clark (ranked 27th). The Tiger duo is currently ranked 31st nationally and has an 18-1 record in dual doubles matches. Maden, who entered the singles rankings for the first time at #99 last week, recorded an upset over 26th-ranked Ronnie Schneider of North Carolina (7-6(9-7), 6-2) on Sunday. The Tigers travel to Atlanta to face #72 Georgia Tech on Friday in their final regular season match. The ACC Tournament will be played April 24-27 in Cary, N.C.

Women’s Tennis (@ClemsonWTennis)Record: 18-5, 10-2 ACCThe women’s tennis team split matches during the past week with a 7-0 win over Syracuse Friday, and a 4-3 loss to No. 16 Miami on Sunday. The Tigers take on No. 1 Duke on Thursday and No. 3 North Carolina on Saturday this week at Hoke Sloan Tennis Center. The team will honor All-American Yana Koroleva before the North Carolina match, as she is set to graduate in May. 

Track and Field (@CUTrackandField)The Tigers had an off-week to prepare for the ACC Outdoor Championships, held Thursday through Friday in Chapel Hill, N.C. Clemson’s women are four-time defending champions of the event, while the men earned a third-place finish. The championships are streamed live by ESPN3 each day, and live results are available at

Volleyball (@ClemsonVB)Jolene Jordan Hoover’s volleyball squad won matches over Furman and Presbyterian College by 2-0 counts on Saturday to conclude spring play with an unbeaten 4-0 record, having lost just two sets. Hoover is in the process of rounding out her staff this week.