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ACC Opening Weekend Preview

The ACC will be opening their conference season this weekend with many interesting match-ups with Miami visiting Chapel Hill being the marquee event. Miami at UNC The UNC Tar Heels will enter the ACC portion of their schedule with a 12-1 record. The only loss was to Penn State last weekend in extra innings when […]

South Carolina silences Clemson

The South Carolina Gamecocks pulled out a 12-0 victory over the Clemson Tigers on Saturday at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. The Gamecocks did it behind great pitching from Harris Honeycutt who worked a magical seven innings while only allowing three hits. Phil Disher and James Darnell each hit three run homers to lead the Gamecocks offense. […]

A baseball rivarly?

USA Today writer Andy Gardiner checks in with an article on the Clemson-South Carolina baseball rivalry that gets back in action this weekend with two games. The game on Saturday will be at Clemson and the teams head to Columbia to play at Sarge Frye Field (both games are already sell-outs). The USA Today article […]

George Mason knocks off Clemson

The George Mason Patriots took out the number 1 ranked Clemson Tigers on Saturday by a score of 5-1. They received a magical pitching performance from Mike Modica who gave up only one hit in six innings of work to pick up the victory. George Mason Head Coach Bill Brown was quoted after the game […]

Clemson hosts George Mason

The George Mason Patriots will take on the top ranked Clemson Tigers this weekend in a three game set. The pitching match up this weekend will be J.J. Pannell of George Mason facing P.J. Zocchi of Clemson on Friday evening. Saturday’s match up will be Matt Modica (GM) facing David Kopp (Clemson) and the final […]

D’Alessio article

The Anderson Independent Mail has an article about Clemson senior first baseman Andy D’Alessio who turned down an opportunity to play professional baseball with the Los Angeles Dodgers where he was picked in the tenth round. It was a tough decision for him to go back to college with all the guaranteed money he was […]

Sean Clark will not return

Sean Clark of Clemson will not be playing the 2007 season even though he still has another year of eligibility left. He became an emergency starter at the end of last season and provided the victory in the ACC championship game, a regional, and the first game of the CWS in Omaha. He was expected […]

ACC Media Day

The ACC has released their preseason coaches poll. The UNC Tar Heels and the Clemson Tigers are both picked to win their respective division. The Tigers are expected to win the whole conference according to the coaches. The full release from the ACC is available here.

Another Clemson Preview

Scout.com checks in with a very good preview on the Clemson Tigers this upcoming season. Clemson is ranked number 2 in the pre-season poll by Collegiate Baseball. They lost about half of the starting lineup from last season and the entire starting rotation. They will be able to fill one of those starting pitcher spots […]

Clemson Update

The Clemson Tigers have signed 14 players which will start playing in the 2008 season. There are kids from seven different states which have signed letter of intent’s to play for Jack Leggett. I know Jack used to coach at Vermont thus the reason he picked up Casey Harman from Burlington VT. The full list […]

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