South Carolina Takes Game 3

South Carolina Takes Game 3


South Carolina Takes Game 3


Clemson led for the first fix innings, but feel to South Carolina 5-4 Tuesday night at Fluor field.  The Tigers rally in the 9th came up just short.  With the win South Carolina takes the series 2-1.

David Haselden pitched a gem for the Tigers going six innings and only giving up three hits and no runs.

Adam Westmoreland started for South Carolina and went 5.1 innings and gave up four hits and one earned run.

David Haselden also sailed along through the first three innings.  Haselden gave up two hits through the first three innings.

Richie Shaffer got the Tigers on the board first with a two-out solo homer in the fourth inning.

Clemson threatened again in the fifth.  Spencer Kieboom singled to left center to start the inning.  Will Lamb singled to right field advancing Kieboom to second.  With one out Jason Stolz hit into a double play to end the inning.

The Tigers were thrown out stealing to end the third and seventh innings.

South Carolina got on the board in the bottom of the seventh inning.  Alex Frederick came in to start the seventh inning.  Walker walked to start the inning.  With one out Morales singled to advance Walker to third.  Mooney singled to first scoring Walker.  Joseph Moorefield came in to pitch for the Tigers.  Williams homered to left field to make the score 4-1 South Carolina.

The Gamecocks added an insurance run in the bottom of the eighth.

The Tigers rallied in the ninth.  Miller singled to start the inning.  Schaus followed with another single.  Shaffer walked to load the bases.  Hinson singled to left scoring Miller.  Kieboom hit into a double play scoring Schaus.  Will Lamb tripled to score Hinson. 

Clemson fell to 7-3 on the seasons with the loss.  The Tigers travel to Western Carolina on Wednesday.



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