Leggett Signs 2-Year Contract Extension

Clemson Baseball Head Coach Jack Leggett signed a new five-year contract, Athletic Director Terry Don Phillips announced on Friday. Leggett, who has served as head coach for 18 seasons (1994-11), signed a contract that will run through the 2016 season. It represents a two-year extension from his previous contract. continue reading ›

Stanley Just Misses First PGA Tour Win

Former Clemson standout Kyle Stanley just missed his first PGA Tour Win at the John Deere Classic. Steve Stricker sank a 25-foot putt from off the 18th green Sunday to win the John Deere Classic for the third straight year. Stanley finished one shot back but clinched a spot in this week's British Open. continue reading ›

FSU Beats Clemson, Wins Division

Sean Gilmartin pitched 7.0 effective innings to lead #4 Florida State to an 8-6 win over #15 Clemson in front of 4,692 fans at Dick Howser Stadium on Thursday night. The Seminoles, who took a 1-0 series and clinched the ACC Atlantic Division title, improved to 40-13 overall and 19-9 in the ACC. The Tigers dropped to 37-17 overall and 15-13 in ACC play. continue reading ›

Tigers Entertain During Rain Delay

Will Lamb had five of the Tigers' season-high 23 hits in #15 Clemson's 19-0 victory over Davidson at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Tuesday night. In their last regular-season home game, the Tigers improved to 37-16 on the season. The Wildcats ended their season with an 18-30 record. continue reading ›

Cubs Demote Clemson's Colvin

The Cubs are giving outfielder Tyler Colvin a chance to try to work out of his hitting funk in the minor leagues. Chicago optioned the struggling outfielder to triple-A Iowa on Tuesday before the second game of a series against the Cincinnati Reds. The Cubs called up outfielder Tony Campana to take his spot. They also swapped relievers, replacing Marcos Mateo with Scott Maine. continue reading ›

Clemson's Miller Gets ACC Weekly Award

Clemson shortstop Brad Miller has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Player of the Week for the third time this season, while Georgia Tech's Buck Farmer and Virginia's Tyler Wilson are the Co-Pitchers of the Week. continue reading ›


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