Tigers Fall to Jackets 5-1

Tigers Fall to Jackets 5-1


Tigers Fall to Jackets 5-1


Clemson, SC – Clemson fell to Georgia Tech 5-1 Saturday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore to even the series.

The Jackets Jed Bradley shut down the Tigers early and often Saturday afternoon.  Bradley pitched a complete game only giving up seven hits, one run and no earned runs.

Georgia Tech got on the board early as they plated three runs in the first inning.  Meyer struggled with control early walking the first batter, hitting the second and walking the third to load the bases.

In the fourth inning Brad Miller made a huge play at short to save a run.

The Jackets added a run in the top of the sixth.

Clemson finally got on the board in the bottom of the sixth.  With one out Brad Miller singled to first.  Jeff Schaus singled to left with two outs.  Will Lamb singled to left scoring Miller. 

Georgia Tech plated an insurance run in the top of the eighth to make it 5-1. 

David Haselden came in and pitched well for the final six innings.  Haselden gave up six hits and two earned runs over the final six innings.

The Tigers fell to 28-15 overall and 12-11 in the ACC.  Game three is Sunday at 1 PM.



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