Stillwater, Okla.—Bryson Nimmer fired a four-under-par 68 to hold a two-shot lead individually, and Clemson made the cut as a team for the final 15 of the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship on Sunday at …
by: Matt Connolly — The State 3h
Where the national projections are for the 2018 NCAA baseball tournament and the Clemson Tigers, according to D1Baseball and Baseball America.
by: JP_Priester — SB Nation: Shakin The Southland 14h
Tigers will now await word on national seed
by: Wayne E McGahee III — Florida Today 16h
News and notes from the FSU sports world from Saturday, May 26.
by: David Hood — Tiger Net 27 May
Monte Lee was still visibly upset when he entered the postgame interview area following Clemson’s 5-4 loss to Florida St. in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament Saturday. Lee was gracious with his comments toward the Seminoles, but still on edge after...
by: Robert MacRae — USA Today: The Clemson Insider 27 May
DURHAM, NC – Clemson head coach Monte Lee, Chris Williams and Jake Higginbotham talk about the Tigers’ 5-4 loss to Florida State. Watch the press conference on TCITV:
by: Matt Connolly — The State 27 May
The Clemson and Florida State baseball teams faced off in the 2018 ACC tournament on Saturday, May 26, 2018. Here is the score and recap from the game. FSU will play Sunday in the ACC tournament title game against Louisville.
by: Scott Keepfer — Greenville News 26 May
Clemson sophomore golf standout Doc Redman could become the sixth Clemson player to leave school early to take his swings at the professional level.
by: Derrek Asberry firstname.lastname@example.org — Post & Courier 26 May
Former Clemson baseball star Billy McMillon isn’t worried about the statistics on minority managers in Major League Baseball, though they are daunting.
by: David Hood — Tiger Net 26 May
Monte Lee is all about having fun. Just don’t put bubblegum on his cap or you’ll get kicked. Lee’s in-game television interviews this season have been punctuated by the pranks of his players. Lee has been the target of peanuts and sunflower seeds, he’s...
by: MATT BREEN The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News — The News & Observer: ACC Now 26 May
Gabe Kapler had already thrown away his first chance at college baseball when he grabbed the roof of his junior-college dugout and started doing pull-ups. Kapler, who morphed that season into a walking, talking fitness video, lowered himself against the..