The Clemson Tigers rebounded from a series loss to USC over the weekend by beating the Wofford Terriers 9-2 on Wednesday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. The win was Clemson’s 14th in a row over Wofford.
The Tigers got three hits from both Jay Baum and Shane Kennedy, while freshman Steven Duggar knocked in a career-high four RBIs. Baum also added two stolen bases. Clemson tallied 11 hits on the day.
Freshman Matthew Crownover picked up his first career win by limiting Wofford to three hits and just one run in five innings. Crownover struck out three and walked none. Patrick Andrews and BrodyKoerner combined to give up just one unearned run in the final four innings.
The Terriers were led by junior rightfielder Josh Hyman, who finished the day with three of Wofford’s six hits. The SoCon’s leading hitter doubled in the first inning and homered in the fourth. Hyman is batting .460 on the season with two homeruns and 11 RBIs.
Clemson improved to 7-4 on the year, while Wofford fell to 7-6. Both squads begin conference play this weekend. The Terrier travel to Georgia Southern, while Clemson heads to Raleigh for a series with 8th-ranked NC State.