Saturday's Baseball Game vs. South Carolina Sold Out

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CLEMSON - Saturday's baseball game at Doug Kingsmore Stadium between
Clemson and South Carolina has been sold out, Assistant Athletic
Ticket Manager Bobby Skelton announced Tuesday.

The Tigers are 5-3 this season and are ranked as high as 13th (by
Collegiate Baseball and Baseball Weekly/ESPN) in the nation while the
Gamecocks are 12-0 and enter the weekend home-and-home series ranked
as high as fourth (by Collegiate Baseball). The two teams will play
again Sunday at Sarge-Frye Field in Columbia at 1:30 PM. First pitch
for Saturday's game at Clemson will be at 3:00 PM.

Clemson leads the overall series with South Carolina 148-99 and is
12-4 in the last 16 meetings between the two rivals.

Clemson students, faculty and staff will still be admitted with a
valid university ID. Tickets still remain for Clemson's game on
Wednesday with Furman at 3:00 PM.

The Saturday game will be broadcast by the Clemson Tiger Network and
the Sunday game will be broadcast solely by WGOG-FM (96.3) in
Walhalla. Wednesday's game vs. Furman will be on WCSZ-AM (1070) in

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