Clemson Athletics announced today the full lineup of events scheduled for its annual “Clemson Spring Weekend” set for April 12-15. Headlined by the annual Spring Football Game, this year televised nationally on ESPN, and a home baseball series against ACC foe Miami.
The weekend kicks off with the 2018 Clemson Invitational College-Am on Thursday at The Cliffs at Keowee Falls. College-Am participants will be paired with their choice of a current Clemson Men’s golf team member or with a golf team member from one of the visiting teams – Boston College, Elon, Furman, George Mason, Navy, Notre Dame, SMU, UCONN, UNCW, Winthrop, and Wofford. More information is available on the men’s golf page of ClemsonTigers.com or by clicking HERE.
On Friday, the three-day Clemson Invitational gets into full swing, while the women’s tennis team hosts Louisville at noon at Anderson University. The volleyball squad hosts an exhibition against Georgia State at 5 p.m., and Clemson’s nationally ranked baseball team hosts Miami in a three-game series beginning Friday night at 6:30 p.m. Also on Friday evening, Coach Dabo Swinney and his All-In Foundation host their annual All In Ball in the Poe Indoor Facility.
Saturday sees the rowing squad hop into action on Lake Hartwell for its Clemson Invitational beginning at 8 a.m. Women’s soccer welcomes the College of Charleston to the soccer practice fields at 11 a.m., and plays Georgia State at 2:15 p.m.
Football begins the day with the Tiger Tailgate Show live from the Burton Gallery at Littlejohn Coliseum from noon to 2 p.m., while the Sons Bowl kicks at noon in Memorial Stadium. The annual Spring Game starts at 2:30 p.m., with live radio coverage on the Clemson Tigers Network and broadcast on ESPN featuring commentary by Chris Fowler, Brock Huard and Tom Luginbill. Baseball plays game two against Miami at 5 p.m.
Sunday features the final round of men’s golf’s Clemson Invitational, the second day of rowing’s Clemson Invitational at Lake Hartwell, women’s tennis against North Carolina at noon in Anderson and baseball’s series finale against Miami at 1 p.m.