Baseball Drops in Polls, Single Game Tickets On Sale


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CLEMSON - Single game tickets will go on sale Wednesday at the
Clemson Athletic Ticket Office for the Clemson Regional this weekend
at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.


Single session tickets will be for general admission and are
available at $8 for adults and $6 for students high school age and
under. Students at each of the participating schools can purchase
single session tickets for $6 with a valid student ID from his or her
institution.


Reserved all-session tournament passes remain on sale for $50.
Reserved tickets can be picked up at the ticket office between 8:30
AM to 4:30 PM. Tickets that have not been picked up by May 25 will be
available 90 minutes prior to the first game at the third base gate
at Kingsmore Stadium. No tickets will be mailed.


Clemson will open the tournament Friday night at 7:00 PM vs. William
& Mary. Top-seeded South Alabama will play Seton Hall to open the
tournament Friday at 2:00 PM.


Tigers Slip in Weekly Polls

Clemson now ranked 14th in Collegiate Baseball poll.


CLEMSON - After winning one of their three games last week in the ACC
Tournament in Fort Mill, SC, the Clemson Tigers fell in all three
polls released on Monday.


Clemson slipped to its lowest collective ranking of the season,
falling four spots, from 15th to 19th in the Baseball America poll.
The Tigers dipped three spots, from 17th to 20th, in the Baseball
Weekly/ESPN coaches poll and fell just one spot, from 13th to 14th in
the Collegiate Baseball poll.


Clemson lost the opening game of the tournament 7-3 to Virginia and
then rebounded to eliminate North Carolina with a 7-6 win. On Friday,
Florida State, the tournament's top seed, bounced the Tigers from the
tournament with a 5-4 decision.


The Tigers open play in the NCAA Regionals this Friday with a 7:00 PM
game against William & Mary at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.



Baseball Weekly
1. Miami (44-12) Last poll: 1 Poll points: 1,044 (31 No. 1 votes)
2. Southern California (39-17) Last poll: 2 Poll points: 1,010 (6 No. 1 votes)
3. Stanford (42-14) Last poll: 3 Poll points: 981 (2 No. 1 votes)
4. Nebraska (45-14) Last poll: 5 Poll points: 953 (3 No. 1 votes)
5 Tulane (50-10) Last poll: 7 Poll points: 875 (1 No. 1 vote)
6. Cal State Fullerton (41-15) Last poll: 6 Poll points: 857
7. Louisiana State (40-19-1) Last poll: 9 Poll points: 732
8. Rice (43-17) Last poll: 10 Poll points: 731
9. Florida State (43-17) Last poll: 8 Poll points: 709
10. Notre Dame (46-11-1) Last poll: 4 Poll points: 703
11. Central Florida (49-12) Last poll: 11 Poll points: 627
12. East Carolina (44-11) Last poll: 12 Poll points: 606
13. South Carolina (44-17) Last poll: 16 Poll points: 472
14. Georgia (41-18) Last poll: 14 Poll points: 457
15. Georgia Tech (41-18) Last poll: 15 Poll points: 456
16. Tennessee (41-17) Last poll: 13 Poll points: 390
17. Wake Forest (41-16) Last poll: 23 Poll points: 353
18. Pepperdine (41-16) Last poll: 19 Poll points: 352
19. Arizona State (36-18-1) Last poll: 19 Poll points: 346
20. Clemson (38-20) Last poll: 17 Poll points: 311
21. South Alabama (44-17) Last poll: 25 Poll points: 220
22. Texas Tech (40-18-1) Last poll: 21 Poll points: 152
23. Mississippi State (37-21) Last poll: NR Poll points: 134
24. UC Santa Barbara (39-15) Last poll: 22 Poll points: 84
25. Baylor (35-22) Last poll: 20 Poll points: 77

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's NCAA Div. I Poll (As of May 21, 2001)

Rank School (Record) Points Previous
1. Miami, Fla. (44-12) 466 2
2. Southern Calif. (39-17) 465 1
3. Nebraska (45-14) 463 5
4. Stanford (42-14) 461 4
5. Cal. St. Fullerton (41-15) 459 6
6. Tulane (50-10) 454 8
7. Florida St. (43-17) 451 7
8. Notre Dame (46-11-1) 449 3
9. Georgia (41-18) 445 9
10. East Carolina (44-11) 444 10
11. Louisiana St. (40-19-1) 443 11
12. Central Florida (49-12) 440 12
13. Pepperdine (41-16) 436 14
14. Clemson (38-20) 432 13
15. Rice (43-17) 430 16
16. Arizona St. (36-18-1) 425 15
17. Wake Forest (41-16) 422 18
18. Tennessee (41-17) 418 17
19. Mississippi St. (36-22) 417 22
20. Georgia Tech. (41-18) 415 19
21. U.C. Santa Barbara (39-15) 413 20
22. Texas Tech. (40-18) 411 21
23. Mississippi (38-21-1) 407 23
24. South Carolina (44-17) 405 24
25. Oral Roberts (48-11) 404 -
26. California (33-23) 403 26
27. South Alabama (44-17) 399 -
28. Delaware (44-13) 398 28
29. Baylor (35-22) 395 25
30. Ohio St. (43-16) 392 27


Baseball America

School Overall Week Prev.
1. Miami 44-12 3-0 1
2. Southern California 39-17 4-1 2
3. Nebraska 45-14 4-0 3
4. Cal State Fullerton 41-15 2-1 4
5. Tulane 50-10 5-1 6
6. Stanford 42-14 3-0 7
7. Central Florida 49-12 4-1 8
8. Notre Dame 46-11 1-2 5
9. Georgia 41-18 1-2 9
10. East Carolina 44-11 0-0 10
11. Pepperdine 41-16 2-1 11
12. Louisiana State 40-19 3-1 12
13. Florida State 43-17 3-2 13
14. Rice 43-17 3-0 16
15. Wake Forest 41-16 4-1 22
16. South Carolina 44-17 3-2 19
17. Arizona State 36-18 3-2 18
18. Tennessee 41-17 0-2 14
19. Clemson 38-20 1-2 15
20. Georgia Tech 41-18 2-2 17
21. Mississippi State 36-22 4-1 NR
22. South Alabama 44-17 5-1 NR
23. UC Santa Barbara 38-15 1-2 20
24. Middle Tennessee State 41-15 3-1 25
25. Minnesota 40-19 4-0 NR

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