UPCOMING EVENTS (home events BOLD)
Thursday, May 29All Day – Track and Field at NCAA East Preliminaries (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Friday, May 301 p.m. – Baseball vs. Oregon (NCAA Nashville Regional) – ESPN3All Day – Track and Field at NCAA East Preliminaries (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Saturday, May 312 or 8 p.m. – Baseball vs. TBA (NCAA Nashville Regional) – ESPN3All Day – Track and Field at NCAA East Preliminaries (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Sunday, June 11/8 p.m. – Baseball vs. TBA (NCAA Nashville Regional) – ESPN3
Monday, June 2(If necessary) 7 p.m. – Baseball vs. TBA (NCAA Nashville Regional) – ESPN3
Baseball (@ClemsonBaseball)Record: 36-23, 15-14 ACCClemson was selected for the NCAA Baseball Tournament for the 39th time, fifth-most in Division I college baseball history. The third-seeded Tigers travel to Nashville to play No. 2 seed Oregon in the first round Friday at 1 p.m. No. 1 seed Vanderbilt hosts the regional and plays Xavier in the other first-round game Friday night.
The Tigers won two of three games in the ACC Tournament at Greensboro, posting victories over No. 4 seed Duke (5-3) and No. 1 seed Miami (Fla.) (3-2). Clemson’s thrilling 3-2 win over Miami on Thursday night ended on Steve Wilkerson’s walkoff single in the ninth inning. The victory was also Head Coach Jack Leggett’s 1,300th of his career, tying him for ninth place on the all-time coaching wins list.
Men’s Tennis (@ClemsonMTennis)Record: 21-9Junior Hunter Harrington and senior Dominique Maden made an impressive run in the NCAA Doubles Championships that ended in the Final Four on Sunday in Athens, Ga. The Tiger duo, ranked ninth nationally, defeated the 4th– and 5th-ranked doubles teams in the country en route to the NCAA Semifinals, where they fell to the 2nd-ranked tandem from Tennessee. Harrington and Maden were named 2014 All-Americans by the ITA, and finished the season with a 31-4 overall record, which ranks them first in Clemson history in single season doubles winning percentage (.886) and third in single season doubles wins (31).
Track and Field (@CUTrackandField)Sixteen members of the men’s and women’s programs head to Jacksonville, Fla., May 29-31 to compete in the NCAA East Preliminary Round. Four Clemson athletes earned bids in multiple events, led by Whitney Fountain who qualified in three. The top 12 individuals and relays move on to the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore.
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