No Coaching Change For Clemson Baseball

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By Sports Department - Tim Hill

(WOLO) -- Clemson confirmed Tuesday Jack Leggett will be back for his 22nd season in charge of Tiger baseball in 2015.

Clemson athletics director Dan Radakovich issued a statement Tuesday trying to reassure Tiger fans that the baseball program is in good hands with its Hall of Fame coach that has taken Clemson to six College World Series appearances.

Tiger baseball hasn't advanced past the regional round of the NCAA tournament in the last four years.

Clemson finished the 2014 season with a 36-25 record. The 60-year-old Leggett has a 923-451-1 record in 21 seasons as the Tigers coach.

Leggett has two years remaining on his current contract. For recruiting purposes, most college coaches typically have four-year contracts.

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