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Clemson continues mastery of Terriers

Clemson wins 14th in a row against Wofford

From Staff ReportsMarch 6, 2013 

— Jay Baum and Shane Kennedy went 3-for-3 and freshman Steven Duggar added a career-high four RBIs to lead Clemson to a 9-2 victory against Wofford at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Wednesday.

The Tigers, who won their 14th in a row against the Terriers, improved to 7-4. Wofford dropped to 7-6.

The win was Jack Leggett’s 1,231st as a head coach, moving him ahead of Jim Dietz into sole possession of 13th place in career wins by a head coach at a Division I school.

Freshman lefthander Matthew Crownover (1-0) earned his first career win by tossing five strong innings. He gave up three hits, one run, and no walks with three strikeouts. Patrick Andrews and Brody Koerner combined to pitch the final four innings without allowing an earned run.

Dominick Del Monte (0-2), the first of seven Terrier pitchers, suffered the loss.

In the first inning, Thomas Brittle scored on a bases-loaded walk to put Clemson ahead.

The Tigers added to their lead in the third when Wilkerson singles and scored on Kennedy’s triple. Duggar plated Kennedy with a sacrifice fly.

Josh Hyman hit a solo homer for the Terriers in the fourth.

In the fifth inning, Jay Baum singled and stole second. After Wilkerson walked, Kennedy singled to score Baum. Duggar followed with a two-run double.

Clemson tacked on three runs on four hits in the seventh inning.

Hyman went 3-for-4 for Wofford.

Kaskow cf4000Brittle cf4220
Ramsay dh4110Gibson lf1000
Hyman rf4131Baum 3b3230
Neely 1b3000Bradley 3b0000
Brenk 3b3000Wlkrsn 2b1310
Anglin ph1000Dunster 2b1000
Prdwski ss3010Kennedy dh3233
Moore ph1000Duggar rf2014
Plaisted lf2000Blware c3000
Wise lf1000Reed c1012
Pelt ph1010McGbn 1b3000
Feisal c3000Cmpna 1b0000
Rozier ph1000Krieger ss4000
Jnnings 2b2000Slaton lf3000
Triller cf1000
Totals33261Totals30911 9


E—McGibbon (1); Krieger (1). DP—Wofford 1. LOB—Wofford 6; S. Carolina 6. 2B—Hyman (7); Duggar (4); Reed (1). 3B—Pelt (1); Kennedy (1). HR—Hyman (2). HBP—Jennings. SH—Baum (1). SF—Duggar (1). SB—Ramsay 2 (8); Neely (7); Brittle (3); Baum 2 (3); Wilkerson (5); Kennedy (3). CS—Duggar (1).

Del Monte L,0-241/343331
Simpson 010000

Hawley faced 3 batters in the 5th.

Simpson faced 1 batter in the 5th.

HBP—by Andrews (Jennings) Umpires—HP: Danny Everett 1B: Craig Barron 3B: David Savage. T—2:25. A—4,270.

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