Lee talks about special night as Tigers down Gamecocks

Lee talks about special night as Tigers down Gamecocks


Lee talks about special night as Tigers down Gamecocks


COLUMBIA — Clemson head coach Monte Lee couldn’t have been prouder of his team after the Tigers’ 7-1 win over South Carolina Friday at Founders Park in Columbia.

Lee wasn’t surprised at the Tigers’ offensive explosion. Clemson scored a season-high seven runs on 11 hits in the six-run victory. The Tigers hit three-2-run homers in the game, courtesy of Dylan Brewer, Davis Sharpe and Kier Meredith.

The media caught up with Lee following the Game 1 win.



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