Clemson will be making its 31st appearance in the NCAA baseball tournament this weekend, one of just six schools to go to at least 30 baseball regionals.
The Tigers have also been to 27 bowl
games in its history, making the Clemson sports program one of just
six schools nationally to compete in at least 25 bowl games and 25
NCAA baseball tournaments.
The other five schools to compete in at least 25 of each are
Florida State, Miami (FL), Oklahoma, Southern Cal and Texas. It is
interesting to note that three of the six schools are from the ACC.
Tigers in 25-25 Club
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