With a bit of help from Miami, Clemson has now closed the ACC Atlantic Division gap on Florida State to one game heading into Sunday's round of conference games.
The Tigers, 8-6 in the ACC after winning their first two games at Boston College, is in fifth-place in the overall ACC standings, one game ahead of N.C. State, Virginia Tech and Duke, which are all at 7-7.
The Seminoles, after winning their opener over Miami on Friday, dropped a 6-0 decision to the Hurricanes on Saturday at Coral Gables. FSU is now 9-5 in ACC play.
Clemson is one of three teams going for series sweeps on Sunday. North Carolina defeated Maryland 5-3 on Saturday, following up on a 12-4 victory on Friday. N.C. State, which outlasted Virginia Tech 8-7 in 14 innings on Friday, routed the Hokies 13-4 on Saturday.
Splitting the first two games of their series were Georgia Tech and Duke. Pitching has dominated so far, with the Blue Devils claiming the opener 2-0 and the Yellow Jackets winning the second game 2-1.
In their series opener on Saturday at Winston-Salem, Virginia edged Wake Forest 7-6.
Freshman Matthew Crownover (3-0) is scheduled to pitch for Clemson on Sunday against BC's Andrew Chin (1-6). The teams will play at noon at Chestnut Hill, Mass.