NCAA Baseball Regional Tickets on Sale at Clemson


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CLEMSON, SC -- The Clemson ticket office will begin accepting reservations
for tournament passes to the 2000 NCAA Regional Baseball Tournament on
Tuesday, May 9. Each reserve seat tournament pass is $50 and can be
purchased through the ticket office between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM at the
Clemson Ticket office at Clemson Memorial Stadium.


Orders will not be processed if Clemson is not playing host to the
NCAA regional. Checks and money orders will be returned if Clemson does
not host a regional. The NCAA will announce sites Monday, May 15th.


The four-team regional format will feature six games, to be held
May 26-28. All season ticket holders have priority in reserving their
seats until May 19th. Reserved Tickets can be picked up at the ticket
office between May 23-25 between 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.


Tickets that have not been picked up by May 26 will be available 90
minutes prior to the first game at the third base gate at Doug Kingsmore
Stadium. No tickets will be mailed.


For more information, call 1-800 CLEMSON or 864-656-2118.


Greene Named ACC Player-of-the-Week

Sophomore Hit .750 with five RBIs in two games against #2 Florida State


CLEMSON, SC -- Sophomore third baseman Khalil Greene (Key West, FL) went 6-for-8 with five RBIs in two games against #2 Florida State to earn Player-of-the-Week honors from the conference office. The games against the Seminoles were the only played by the Tigers during the week. It is the first time in 2000 that a Tiger position player has been lauded by the ACC. He leads the team with a .361 average overall.


TIGERS RANKED #6 IN TWO POLLS
Clemson ranked in the top 10 in all three polls for ninth straight week.

CLEMSON, SC - Clemson is ranked #6 in this week's Baseball America poll, a two-spot jump from last week, and #6 in this week's USA Today Baseball Weekly poll, a two-spot jump as well. The Tigers went 2-0 last week, both wins against #2 Florida State. Clemson is also ranked #8 by Collegiate Baseball, a one-spot jump. South Carolina is #1 in all three polls. Five teams are ranked in the top 15 in this week's Baseball America poll. The top-10 rankings in all three polls is the ninth in a row for the Tigers as well.


BASEBALL AMERICA POLL
Rk Team
1. South Carolina
2. Stanford
3. Baylor
4. Arizona State
5. Georgia Tech
6. CLEMSON
7. Florida State
8. Houston
9. Texas
10. Mississippi State
11. Louisiana State
12. Nebraska
13. Miami (FL)
14. Wake Forest
15. North Carolina
16. Loyola Marymount
17. Auburn
18. Rutgers
19. Cal. State-Fullerton
20. Alabama
21. Louisiana-Lafayette
22. Tulane
23. Notre Dame
24. Southern California
25. Florida


COLLEGIAGE BASEBALL POLL
Rk Team
1. South Carolina
2. Stanford
3. Georgia Tech
4. Florida State
5. Arizona State
6. Baylor
7. Mississippi State
8. CLEMSON
9. Texas
10. Nebraska
11. Houston
12. Louisiana State
13. Miami (FL)
14. Loyola Marymount
15. Wake Forest
16. North Carolina
17. Cal. State-Fullerton
18. Alabama
19. Auburn
20. Southern California
21. Rutgers
22. San Jose State
23. Louisiana-Lafayette
24. Florida
25. Minnesota


USA TODAY BASEBALL WEEKLY POLL
Rk Team
1. South Carolina
2. Stanford
3. Arizona State
4. Florida State
5. Baylor
6. CLEMSON
7. Georgia Tech
8. Texas
9. Houston
10. Louisiana State
11. Mississippi State
12. North Carolina
13. Miami (FL)
14. Auburn
15. Nebraska
16. Alabama
17. Wake Forest
18. Cal. State-Fullerton
19. Southern California
20. Louisiana-Lafayette
21. Fresno State
22. Notre Dame
23. Rutgers
24. Oklahoma
25. Loyola Marymount

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