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Tigers Host Terriers on Wednesday

Tigers Host Terriers on Wednesday

The Tigers face unbeaten Wofford for the first time since 2013 when the two meet at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Wednesday.

 

GAME SETUP• Who – Wofford (7-0) vs. Clemson (4-2)• Rankings – WOF – NR; CU – NR• When – Wednesday (2 p.m.)• Where – Clemson, S.C. (Doug Kingsmore Stadium)• Watch – TigerCast• Listen – TigerCast, WCCP (105.5 FM)• Live Stats – ClemsonTigers.com• Social Media – Twitter/Instagram (@ClemsonBaseball)• Tickets – ClemsonTigers.com, 1-800-CLEMSON

 

SERIES HISTORY• Overall Record – Clemson leads 77-23-1 (1898-2013)• Record at Clemson – Clemson leads 40-8 (1900-2013)

 

STARTING PITCHERS• RHP John Caskey (WOF) vs. RHP Clate Schmidt (CU)

 

CLEMSON OVERVIEW• Clemson swept Maine in a three-game series by a combined score of 25-7 at Augusta, Ga. on Friday and Saturday.• The Tigers are averaging 5.0 runs per game and hitting .290 with a .366 on-base percentage and 10 stolen bases.• The pitching staff has a 1.37 ERA, .202 opponents’ batting average and 5.60 strikeout-to-walk ratio and Clemson is fielding .959.

 

WOFFORD OVERVIEW• Wofford is led by eighth-year Head Coach Todd Interdonato.• The Terriers won all three home games last weekend. They are hitting .287 and have a 3.00 ERA and .955 fielding percentage.• Matt Ramsay is hitting a team-high .429 with two doubles, two triples and eight RBIs, while Matt Pelt is batting .412 with two homers.

 

QUICK HITS• Clemson has scored half its runs (15 of 30) in the seventh (9) and eighth (6) innings.• Tyler Krieger and Weston Wilson have hit safely in all six games.• Steven Duggar, Krieger, Tyler Slaton and Wilson have reached base safely in all six games.

 

CROWNOVER IN CONTROL• Junior lefty Matthew Crownover is 1-0 with an 0.00 ERA and .170 opponents’ batting average in 13.0 innings pitched over two starts in 2015.• He has allowed just eight hits and no walks with 15 strikeouts as Clemson’s Friday starter.• In his career, he is 16-9 with a 2.42 ERA, .244 opponents’ batting average and 150 strikeouts against 37 walks in 182.1 innings pitched.• His career ERA (No. 7), strikeout-to-walk ratio (4.05, No. 2) and walks per nine innings pitched (1.83, No. 2) are all top-10 Tiger marks.• He trails only Kris Benson, the 1996 national player-of-the-year, in career strikeout-to-walk ratio and walks per nine innings pitched.

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