Tigers travel to Maryland

Clemson heads to College Park, Md. for the final time before the Terps head to the Big Ten.

SERIES SETUP
• Who - Clemson (15-9, 6-3 ACC) at Maryland (16-6, 5-4 ACC)
• Rankings - CU - No. 20 BA, No. 22 USA; UMD - No. 25 CB
• When - Friday (3:00 p.m.), Saturday (6:30 p.m.), Sunday (2 p.m.)
• Where - College Park, Md. (Bob Smith Stadium)
• Listen - TigerCast, Clemson Tiger Sports Network
• Live Stats - ClemsonTigers.com

SERIES HISTORY
• Overall Record - Clemson leads 121-41 (1923-13)
• Record at Maryland - Clemson leads 43-28 (1954-12)

STARTING PITCHERS
• Friday - RHP Daniel Gossett (CU) vs. RHP Jake Stinnett (UMD)
• Saturday - LHP Matthew Crownover (CU) vs. RHP Mike Shawaryn (UMD)
• Sunday - RHP Jake Long (CU) vs. TBA (UMD)

CLEMSON OVERVIEW
• Clemson is coming off a 16-4 victory at Georgia on Tuesday night. It was the Tigers' most runs scored at Georgia since 1981.
• The Tigers are averaging 7.0 runs per game and hitting .298 with a .369 on-base percentage and 47 steals.
• The pitching staff has a 4.61 ERA, .255 opponents' batting average, 2.06 strikeout-to-walk ratio and .961 fielding percentage.

MARYLAND OVERVIEW
• Maryland is led by second-year Head Coach John Szefc.
• The Terrapins are coming off a three-game sweep of NC State at home. They are hitting .257 and have a 3.06 ERA and .977 fielding percentage.
• Anthony Papio is hitting .313 with one homer, nine RBIs and six steals.

QUICK HITS
• Friday marks the first time Head Cocah Jack Leggett faces a top-25 Maryland team. He is 52-10 against the Terrapins as Clemson's head coach.
• Clemson (47) and Maryland (46) are first and second, respectively, in the ACC in steals.
• Clemson is in the midst of a 12-game stretch (that ends with the Maryland series) with nine road games.
• Clemson has hit 13 home runs, but no Tiger has more than two. Five different Tigers are tied for the team lead with two long balls.

WILSON SOLIDIFYING ROLE AT THIRD
• Freshman infielder Weston Wilson has cemented his starting spot at third base of late with his timely hitting and solid defense.
• He is hitting .291 with two doubles, two homers, 14 RBIs, 10 runs and two steals in 19 games (17 starts).
• He is hitting .353 with two outs.
• He has committed only three errors in 48 chances (.938 fielding percentage) and has made many diving stops.

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