Oregon baseball heading to Nashville for Regionals, will play Clemson Friday

The Oregon baseball team will play Clemson for the first game of the Nashville Regional Friday at 10 a.m. This is Oregon’s third straight Regional appearance and the first on the road since 2010. The Ducks went 42-18 during the regular season, three games worse than last year’s regular season record. They were ousted by Rice in last year’s Regional round, which was held in Eugene. Oregon reached the Super Regionals the year before and lost to Kent State in heartbreaking fashion. The Ducks are coming off two straight losses to California, which came directly after a dominant start from Tommy Thorpe and a 6-2 win over Oregon State, the No. 1 national seed who beat Oregon the previous four meetings. Oregon and Oregon State are two of five Pac-12 schools in the round of 64. Washington, Stanford and Arizona State are the other three. Check back here shortly for an updated post with quotes from Oregon players and head coach George Horton. Follow Victor Flores on Twitter @vflores415

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