Clemson Regional Games Announced

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CLEMSON – Clemson will face UNC Asheville in the first game of the NCAA baseball tournament as they play host to the Clemson Regional, which will begin Friday, June 2. This will be Clemson's 32nd trip to an NCAA Regional dating back to the 1947 season.

The Tigers (47-14) have been to the NCAA Tournament every year since 1987, making College World Series appearances in 1991, 1995, 1996, 2000, and 2002. Clemson's streak of 20 consecutive regionals is the third longest active streak in the country behind Miami (FL) with 34 and Florida State's 29 in a row. Clemson's streak of 20 in a row is the sixth longest streak in college baseball history.

The Clemson Regional will include two games each on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and a Monday game (June 5) if necessary. It is a double elimination tournament.

Clemson enters the NCAA Tournament having won 19 of its last 20 games, including the ACC Championship in Jacksonville on Sunday, May 28 when it defeated NC State in the championship game, 8-4.

Season ticket holders received an application for NCAA Regional tickets last week and they must have their orders in the Clemson Ticket Office by 4:30 PM on Monday. Over 1,000 tournament books had already been processed by last Friday.

Single game tickets will be on sale at the ticket office on Friday if the tournament is not already sold out.

Reserved seat tournament books are $70 per book. Single game reserve seats will be $12 apiece, while general admission tickets on a single game basis are $8. There are no special ticket prices for students.

For more information call the Clemson ticket office at 1-800-CLEMSON.

Clemson, SC Regional

#1 Clemson (47-14)

#4 UNC Asheville Bulldogs(28-33, Big South Champs)

#3 Mississippi State Bulldogs (35-21, 9th in SEC, did not make SEC tournament)

#2 Elon Phoenix (44-16, Regular season SoCon champs)

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