Clemson Tigers roll, take series from BC

From Wire ReportsApril 6, 2013 

— Clemson scored four runs in the first inning and cruised to a 9-2 win to take the services victory over Boston College at Commander Shea Field on Saturday afternoon.

Freshman right-hander Clate Schmidt (3-1) tied a career high with seven innings pitched, holding the Eagles to two runs on six hits and five walks with two strikeouts.

Patrick Andrews pitched two scoreless innings to cap off the win for the Tigers (20-11, 8-6 ACC).

Eric Stevens (0-7), the first of four BC pitchers, yielded seven runs on nine hits and one walk.

Tyler Slaton, Thomas Brittle and Shane Kennedy had two hits apiece to pace Clemson’s 12-hit attack.

The Tigers did not strike out in the game.

Blake Butera, John Hennessy and Matt Pare had two hits apiece for Boston College, which amassed seven hits.

ClemsonBoston College
Slaton lf4220Cronin ss2100
Gibson lf1000Butera 2b4020
Brittle cf4220Hnssy 3b4121
Boulwre c4002Bourdn cf4000
Kenndy 3b4122Pare c4021
Costign dh2111Sauter dh4000
Bradley dh1000Hoggrth lf4010
Duggar rf3110Shaw 1b0000
Triller rf1110Ferrick 1b3000
Krieger ss4010McGvrn rf3000
McGibn 1b4111
Baum 2b3010
Dunster 2b1000
Totals 369126Totals 32272

Boston College0001001002

E—Cronin (4); Shaw (5); Stevens (3). DP—Clemson 1. LOB—Clemson 4; BC 9. 2B—Brittle (4); Costigan (5); Triller (2); Hennessy (6); Hoggarth (5). SH—McGovern (2). SF—Boulware (1); Kennedy (4). CS—Brittle (3); Butera (2).

Schmidt W,3-1762252

Boston CollegeIPHRERBBSO
Stevens L,0-7597410

WP—Stevens 2 (5). PB—Pare (4). Umpires—HP: Phelps Prescott 1B: David Pritchett 3B: Frank Sylvester. T—2:41. A—1,651.

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