Baseball Team Captains Named for 2001 Season


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<font class=caption>Patrick Boyd and the Tigers are coming off their 15th consecutive 40-win season.</font>
Patrick Boyd and the Tigers are coming off their 15th consecutive 40-win season.

CLEMSON - Seniors Patrick Boyd, Nick Glaser, Ryan Riley and Casey Stone have been named as team captains for the 2001 baseball season, head coach Jack Leggett announced Monday.


The captains were selected by a vote of the team prior to the season which gets underway Friday with a three-game series against Richmond. The games will start at 3:00 PM on Friday, at 2:00 PM on Saturday and at 1:00 PM on Sunday. The Saturday games will be broadcast by both WGOG-FM (96.3) in Walhalla and by WCSZ-AM (1070) in Greenville. Sunday's game will by broadcast solely by WCSZ-AM.


Clemson is coming off its 15th consecutive 40-win season and its 14th consecutive NCAA Tournament. The Tigers finished 51-18 a year ago after the school's ninth appearance in the College World Series. In this week's polls, Clemson is ranked 13th by Baseball America, fifth by Collegiate Baseball and eighth by Baseball Weekly/ESPN.


Picnic For Baseball Season Ticket Holders is Tuesday

Tickets for the picnic are available at the Clemson Athletic Ticket Office.


CLEMSON - The baseball team will be holding its annual picnic for Clemson baseball season ticket holders Tuesday night at 6:00 PM in the Jervey Gymnasium.


Tickets for the event are $8 and should be purchased in advance through the Clemson Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-CLEMSON or (864) 656-2118.

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