2017 Season Preview: Monte Lee

2017 Season Preview: Monte Lee

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2017 Season Preview: Monte Lee

Clemson hopes to build off last season’s ACC Championship and national seed in 2017.  We continue our preview of the upcoming 2017 baseball season for the Tigers with a look at head coach Monte Lee.

 

 

 

 

Monte Lee By The Numbers

1        NCAA Super Regionals (as a Head Coach)

5        NCAA Regionals (as a Head Coach)

8        Seasons as a Division I Head Coach (7 at CofC, 1 at Clemson)

14      Seasons as a Division I Coach

320     Wins as a Head Coach (276 at CofC; 44 at Clemson

 

Year-By-Year (320-165)

2009        35-22       CofC

2010        44-19       CofC

2011        39-22       CofC

2012        38-22       CofC

2013        31-26       CofC

2014        44-19       CofC

2015        45-15       CofC

2016        44-20       Clemson

 

Record in NCAA Tournaments (10-10)

2010   2-2 (Regional)

2012   1-2 (Regional)

2014   3-2 (Super Regional)

2015   2-2 (Regional)

2016   2-2 (Regional)

 

Record against ACC Opponents (26-24)

Boston College  3-0

Clemson           1-4

Duke                 1-2

Florida State     3-3

Georgia Tech    1-4

Louisville          1-3

Miami (FL)        0-3

NC State           3-1

North Carolina  2-2

Notre Dame      3-0

Pittsburgh         2-1

Virginia             1-0

Virginia Tech     1-0

Wake Forest      3-1

 

Record against SEC Opponents (11-17)

Alabama           1-2

Auburn              2-2

Florida              1-0

Georgia            2-1

Kentucky           1-0

South Carolina  4-12

 

Record against In-State Opponents (90-43)

Chas. Southern  15-1

Clemson           1-4

Coastal Carolina    11-6

C of C               1-1

Furman             15-6

Presbyterian      2-0

South Carolina  4-12

The Citadel       18-10

USC Upstate      6-2

Winthrop          3-0

Wofford            14-1

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