The Clemson Tigers, ranked No. 4, wrap up their regular season in a three-game series against Boston College. The matchups are scheduled for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at Doug Kingsmore Stadium, with broadcasts available on the ACC Network. Clemson, leading the series history 45-11, aims to dominate at home, boasting a 24-6 record this season. This series will feature Senior Day celebrations and crucial performance metrics under new head coach Erik Bakich.

By the Numbers
  • Clemson: 37-13 overall, 17-10 in ACC
  • Boston College: 22-28 overall, 8-19 in ACC
  • Clemson's home record: 24-6
  • Boston College's road record: 12-9
Yes, But

Clemson has been dominant at home, but recently struggled, losing all three games to No. 12 Wake Forest last weekend. Although Boston College has a weaker overall record, their road game record shows they can be competitive away from home.

State of Play
  • Clemson's offense is potent, averaging 8.0 runs per game with a .293 batting average and .509 slugging percentage.
  • Boston College is led by first-year Head Coach Todd Interdonato and has key players like Kyle Wolff (.314, 7 HR, 42 RBIs) and Cameron Leary (13 HR, 22 steals).
What's Next

Clemson looks to secure their first place in the ACC Atlantic Division with a strong finish in the series. Boston College aims to end the season on a high note, potentially disrupting Clemson's momentum heading into postseason play.

Bottom Line

The Tigers' performance in this series will not only reflect on their season accomplishments but also set the tone for their postseason aspirations. Maintaining strong home play and addressing recent setbacks will be key for Clemson.