UPCOMING EVENTS (home events BOLD) Wednesday, June 10All Day – NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championships (Eugene, Ore.) – ESPNUThursday, June 11All Day – NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championships (Eugene, Ore.) – ESPNUFriday, June 12All Day – NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championships (Eugene, Ore.) – ESPNSaturday, June 13All Day – NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championships (Eugene, Ore.) – ESPN SPORT UPDATESBaseball32-29 Overall, 16-13 ACCClemson was selected for the NCAA Tournament and played in the Fullerton (Calif.) Regional last weekend. The Tigers lost both of their games, a 7-4 loss to No. 18 Arizona State and a 10-8 defeat against Pepperdine. Clemson trailed 7-0 against the Waves before rallying to take an 8-7 lead in the seventh inning, but Pepperdine scored two runs in the ninth inning to break an 8-8 tie. Steven Duggar and Eli White both totaled four hits in the regional. Matthew Crownover, Chris Okey and Reed Rohlman all earned All-America honors, while Clemson made the NCAA Tournament for the 28th time in the last 29 years.Men’s Golf (@ClemsonMGolf)Clemson finished the 2014-15 season with a No. 30 national ranking after its 30th place finish at the NCAA golf tournament at Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla. The Tigers had a team score of +52, 916. Clemson’s top golfer was sophomore Austin Langdale, who had a 223 score for the 54 holes.This was Clemson’s first appearance in the national tournament since 2010 when the team led by current PGA star Ben Martin was 16th.During the tournament, it was announced that Billy Kennerly and Miller Capps were both named to the Ping All-District team as chosen by the Golf Coaches Association. Kennerly is a senior, but Capps will return along with starters Stephen Behr, Austin Langdale and Cody Proveaux. Track & Field (@ClemsonTrackXC)The Tigers earned 13 event bids to the NCAA Outdoor Championships from the East Preliminary Round in Jacksonville, Fla., over the weekend. Ten individual and three relay qualifications were earned for the national meet in Eugene, Ore., held June 10-13. Tevin Hester and Samantha Elliott qualified in two individual events apiece, with Hester establishing a Hodges Stadium record in the opening round of the 100 dash (10.05). The women’s 4×400 relay capped the meet by setting a school record, running 3:28.59.
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