Clemson Remains #1 in All Three Polls


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Clemson, SC - Clemson (38-6, 12-3 ACC) remains atop all three baseball polls this week after a 4-1 week, including a 4-1 win at #5 South Carolina Wednesday and two wins in three games against #3 Wake Forest this past weekend. It marks the sixth straight week being ranked #1 by at least one poll and fifth straight week being ranked #1 by all three polls (Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, ESPN/Baseball Weekly).


Collegiate Baseball

1. Clemson (38-6) 494   1 
2. Rice (39-8) 492   2 
3. Alabama (38-7) 490   3 
4. South Carolina (34-10) 485 6 
5. Texas (37-11) 481   8 
6. Wake Forest (36-8) 479   5 
7. North Carolina (32-15) 475  9 
8. Florida St. (41-12) 472 10 
9. Mississippi (34-11) 469  7 
10. Houston (32-12) 465 12 
11. Stanford (29-12) 462  4 
12. Florida (32-13) 459 11 
13. Georgia Tech. (36-9) 458 13 
14. Wichita St. (32-10) 456 14 
15. Nebraska (30-15) 453 15 
16. Southern Calif. (28-17) 449 23 
17. Cal. St. Northridge (32-13) 445 26 
18. Baylor (31-16) 438 18 
19. Notre Dame (30-12) 435 — 
20. South Alabama (31-12) 432 24 
21. Richmond (36-7) 430 21 
22. Texas Tech. (34-16) 427 — 
23. Texas A&M (32-18) 424 19 
24. Cal. St. Fullerton (29-15) 421 17 
25. Florida Atlantic (36-9) 419 20 
26. Long Beach St. (26-15) 416 22 
27. James Madison (36-10) 414 25 
28. Louisiana St. (30-15) 409 — 
29. San Jose St. (35-13) 407 28 
30. East Carolina (33-10-1) 403 — 

Baseball America

 Team Record Last Week Previous 
1. Clemson 38-6 4-1 1 
2. Rice 39-8 4-0 2 
3. Wake Forest 36-8 3-2 3 
4. South Carolina 34-10 3-1 5 
5. Alabama 38-7 4-0 7 
6. Florida State 41-12 3-0 8 
7. Texas 37-11 3-1 9 
8. Houston 32-12 3-0 10 
9. Stanford 29-12 2-2 4 
10. Florida 32-13 2-1 12 
11. Mississippi 34-11 2-2 6 
12. Wichita State 32-10 5-0 13 
13. Georgia Tech 36-9 4-1 14 
14. East Carolina 33-10 4-0 18 
15. North Carolina 32-15 4-1 19 
16. Cal State Northridge 32-13 3-0 23 
17. Nebraska 30-15 4-1 20 
18. Cal State Fullerton 29-15 2-3 11 
19. Florida Atlantic 36-9 2-2 17 
20. Southern California 28-17 4-1 NR 
21. South Alabama 31-12 3-1 24 
22. Notre Dame 30-12 3-0 NR 
23. Richmond 36-7 1-1 21 
24. LSU 30-15 4-0 NR 
25. Baylor 31-16 2-2 16 


ACC Baseball Tournament Tickets on Sale at Clemson Ticket Office

Deadline to buy tickets through Clemson is May 10.


Clemson, SC - Fans can purchase 2002 ACC Baseball Tournament tickets through the Clemson Athletic Ticket Office through May 10. The 29th-Annual tournament, to be held at Florida Power Park @ Al Lang Field in Saint Petersburg, FL, will begin with a play-in game on May 21 and will conclude May 25 or May 26. Clemson's first game will be May 22 at a time to be determined. An "All-Session" pass is $45, while a "Six-Pack" is $25. The "Six-Pack" allows fans to attend any six sessions of their choosing. All tickets are general admission and can be purchased by calling 1-800-CLEMSON.

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