Clemson Softball Announces Regular Season Schedule

The Clemson Tigers are set to play 53 regular season games, 28 of which will be played in McWhorter Stadium. Season ticket renewals will begin Nov. 11 on ClemsonTigers.com. Renewals are available for $300 ($12 per game) for a reserved seat in Section 4, for $250 ($10 per game) for a reserved seat in Section 1-3 and Sections 5-7 and $150 ($6 per game) for a general admission berm ticket. Season-ticket holders will have until December 12 to renew their seats. Single-game tickets will be available at a later date.

The Tigers are coming off their first NCAA Super Regional and second postseason appearance in only the third year of the program. Head Coach John Rittman led Clemson to a 42-17 overall record in 2022. The Tigers will open the 2023 season in Miami, Fla., at the FIU Tournament. Clemson will play five games over the course of four days against tournament-host FIU, Georgia State and Kansas City beginning on Feb. 9. Clemson will also travel to Tampa, Fla., Feb. 23-26 for a tournament at USF playing tournament-host USF, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Michigan State, and Tennessee.

Clemson opens the home-portion of the season in McWhorter Stadium on Feb. 17 with the ACC/Big 10 Challenge, playing two games each against Northwestern and Ohio State. The Tigers will also host the Clemson Classic March 10-12 welcoming Bryant, Jacksonville and UNCG.

The Tigers open ACC play March 3 with a three-game series at home against Syracuse. Other ACC foes coming to Clemson include Virginia (March 17-19), Florida State (April 6-8) and Pittsburgh (April 21-23).

All dates and times for the 2023 season are subject to change.

(Thanks to Clemson Athletics)



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