New Title: Clemson Tigers Secure No. 6 National Seed in NCAA Tournament

In an exciting announcement, the Clemson Tigers have been selected as the No. 6 national seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Tigers will also be the No. 1 seed in the Clemson (S.C.) Regional, which will take place at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. With a record of 41-14, the Tigers are gearing up to face off against the No. 4 seed High Point (34-25) in their opening game. The regional field will also include No. 2 seed Vanderbilt (38-21) and No. 3 seed Coastal Carolina (34-23). This marks the 46th NCAA Tournament appearance for Clemson, solidifying their spot as one of the top contenders in the nation.

Clemson Regional Bracket and Schedule

The action-packed Clemson Regional will kick off with Vanderbilt and Coastal Carolina facing off in a double-elimination game on Friday at noon, airing on ESPN2. Following this matchup, Clemson will take on High Point on Friday at 7 p.m., with the game broadcasted on ACC Network. Fans can expect an intense showdown as these top teams battle it out for a chance to advance in the tournament.

Get Your Tickets for the Clemson Regional

Excitement is building as all-session tickets for the Clemson Regional are set to go on sale soon. IPTAY members will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets on Monday afternoon, followed by all fans on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. Single-session tickets will be available for purchase starting on Friday. Don’t miss your chance to witness the thrilling NCAA Tournament action live at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. Get your tickets at the specified dates and times to secure your spot in the stands and cheer on your favorite team!

The Clemson Tigers are ready to make a statement in the NCAA Tournament as they secure the No. 6 national seed and prepare to battle it out in the competitive Clemson Regional. Fans can look forward to an action-packed weekend of baseball as the top teams face off for a shot at advancing in the tournament. Be sure to grab your tickets early and show your support for the Tigers as they aim for victory on the road to the College World Series.