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This Week in Clemson Athletics

This Week in Clemson Athletics

UPCOMING EVENTS (home events BOLD Tuesday, May 127 p.m. – Baseball vs. Furman (Fluor Field) Thursday, May 14All Day – Track and Field at ACC Outdoor Championships (Tallahassee, Fla.)All Day – Men’s Golf at NCAA Regional (Chapel Hill, N.C.)6 p.m. – Baseball at Florida State – ESPN3

Friday, May 15       All Day – Track and Field at ACC Outdoor Championships (Tallahassee, Fla.)All Day – Men’s Golf at NCAA Regional (Chapel Hill, N.C.)5 p.m. – Women’s Tennis at NCAA Sweet 16 vs. Vanderbilt (Waco, Texas)6 p.m. – Baseball at Florida State – ESPN36 p.m. – Rowing hosts ACC Champinships (Lake Hartwell) Saturday, May 168 a.m. – Rowing hosts ACC Champinships (Lake Hartwell) – ESPN3All Day – Track and Field at ACC Outdoor Championships (Tallahassee, Fla.)All Day – Men’s Golf at NCAA Regional (Chapel Hill, N.C.)1 p.m. – Baseball at Florida State – ESPN3

Sunday, May 175 p.m. – Women’s Tennis at NCAA Quarterfinals (Waco, Texas) SPORT UPDATESBaseball27-25 Overall, 13-13 ACCClemson went 3-3 in six games last week, five of which were at home. No. 3 Louisville and Wofford defeated the Tigers before Clemson downed No. 18 College of Charleston 6-3 on Wednesday. Then, the Tigers won two of three games against Georgia Southern at home over the weekend. Clemson batted .333 with 42 runs, 11 doubles, four homers, a .415 on-base percentage and 10 steals on the week. Tyler Slaton went 13-for-25 (.520) with three doubles, while Steven Duggar went 10-for-20 (.500) with nine runs, two doubles, one homer, five RBIs, eight walks and two steals. If the regular season ended today, Clemson would get the No. 6 seed in the ACC Tournament, avoiding a play-in game. The Tigers play Furman at Fluor Field in Greenville on Tuesday night before finishing the regular season with a three-game series at Florida State from Thursday to Saturday.

Men’s Golf (@ClemsonMGolf)The Clemson men’s golf team will open play in the NCAA Regional in Chapel Hill, N.C. on Thursday, May 14. The 13-team field will play 18 holes each day Thursday through Saturday. The top five teams in the field after 54 holes will move on to the NCAA Championship Tournament at Bradenton, Fla.Clemson is seeded sixth in the field that includes number-one overall seed Florida State and host school North Carolina. Other top teams in the regional include Stanford, and Wake Forest.Clemson will take a veteran lineup to the regional.  Billy Kennerly, Miller Capps, Cody Proveaux, and Stephen Behr have all competed in NCAA regional tournaments previously and have a stroke average under 72.0 for this year. No Clemson team has finished the year with four players averaging 72.0 or better.  Sophomore Austin Langdale, who finished 11th at the ACC Tournament, rounds out the Clemson lineup.

Women’s Tennis (@ClemsonWTennis)Record: 18-9 The 21st-ranked Clemson women’s tennis team defeated South Alabama 4-0 in the NCAA First Round on Friday, May 8 and upset regional-host and 13th-ranked Alabama 4-2 in the second round on Saturday to secure the Tigers’ spot in the NCAA Sweet 16 for the 10th time in the last 12 seasons. In both matches, Clemson won the doubles point and then got singles wins from Beatrice Gumulya at No. 2, Joana Eidukonyte at No. 3 and Jessy Rompies at No. 4. The win over the Crimson Tide featured an upset over the nation’s number-one-ranked doubles team, as fourth-ranked Gumulya and Rompies downed top-ranked Jansen and Routliffe 8-2 to help the Tigers claim the doubles point. Clemson now heads to Waco, Texas for the NCAA Team Championships, hosted by Baylor on May 14-19. First up for the Tigers in Waco is Vanderbilt, the No. 4 national seed, in the NCAA Round of 16 on Friday, May 15 at 5 p.m. ET (4 p.m. CT).

Rowing (@ClemsonRowing)The Tigers host eight schools at the ACC Championships on Lake Hartwell on Friday and Saturday. The qualifying heats for the five races will be held Friday beginning at 6 p.m. The finals begin Saturday at 8:05 a.m., and will be streamed live on ESPN3. The awards ceremony will follow Saturday’s finals at 10 a.m. Track & Field (@ClemsonTrackXC)The Tigers return to action after a week off, heading to Tallahassee, Fla., for the ACC Outdoor Championships. The Tiger women — ranked 18th In the latest national poll — look to make it a clean sweep of the conference championships in 2015. The meet gets underway Thursday with live coverage on ESPN3 at 7 p.m. Friday (7 p.m.) and Saturday (6 p.m.) events will also be streamed by ESPN3.