March 22, 1998
Wednesday, March 25The Citadel at Clemson 7:00 PM* - broadcasted on Clemson radio networkThe Citadel Quick Facts1998 Record:Head Coach: Fred JordanSeries Record: Clemson leads 77-17Pos # Player B-T Cl. G-GS Avg. HR RBIC 41 Brian Ellis L-R *So.21-16 .435 1 18or 15 Derek Borgert R-R *Jr.23-13 .236 1 81B 25 Jason Harris L-L Jr. 27-27 .434 7 362B 18 Kurt Bultmann R-R Jr. 26-26 .379 8 33SS 4 Doug Roper S-R *So.27-27 .354 1 223B 11 Justin Singleton L-R Fr. 19-9 .419 3 12or 20 Paul Stryhas R-R Jr. 15-4 .450 0 9LF 9 Peter Nystrom R-R Fr. 26-23 .361 3 26CF 24 Patrick Boyd S-R Fr. 27-27 .365 7 34RF 22 Matt Padgett L-R Jr. 26-26 .412 6 25DH 1 Henri Stanley L-L So. 25-14 .367 2 10or 17 Justin Hyde R-R Jr. 21-7 .351 1 10 # Player Cl. W-L G-S ERA IP BB SO 37 Brian Adams, LHP So. 3-0 7-3 2.10 25.2 10 15 Clemson Record* 1998 Overall Record 24-3* 1998 ACC Record 3-0Head Coach Jack Leggett* Career Record 604-362 (.625) (19th season)* Record at Clemson 227-75 (.752) (5th season) Clemson Rankings* Baseball America 10th* Collegiate Baseball 5th* USA Today/Baseball Weekly 6thClemson in the PollsDate BA CB USAPre NR 16 222-9 23 16 NP2-16 23 16 162-23 21 14 133-2 16 10 103-9 12 5 73-16 10 5 63-233-304-64-134-204-275-45-115-185-25FinalNP - no poll
Clemson Opens ACC Play With Sweep Over Maryland
Clemson opened its 1998 ACC schedule with a three-game sweep over Maryland at Tiger Field. The Tigers hit .405 for the weekend, while Tiger pitchers allowed the Terps to only hit .202 at the plate. Jason Harris was 8-for-12 with two homers and seven RBIs in the series.
In game one, Clemson scored three runs in the eighth inning to overcome a 3-2 deficit and to defeat Maryland 5-3 on Friday night, Mar. 20 at Tiger Field. The game was Clemson’s ACC opener. Patrick Boyd extented his hitting streak to eight games and Ryan Mottl (6-0) won his 10th consecutive decision dating back to last season. Senior Scott Clackum also picked up his third save on the season.
Game two saw Clemson break a national record as the Tigers defeated the Terrapins 19-6. Clemson’s 19-run third inning was the most in a third inning in college baseball history. The 19 runs set the Clemson record for runs in an inning and tied the ACC record regardless of inning. The double-digit inning was the fifth time Clemson has scored at least 11 runs in an inning in 1998. Mike Paradis (4-0) pitched six innings, allowing only two hits and one unearned run, while striking out eight to pick up the win. Kurt Bultmann led the Tigers at the plate with a two-run single and three-run homer in the third inning. Bultmann and Patrick Boyd also scored three times in the third frame.
In game three, Clemson scored seven runs in the fourth inning and never looked back on its way to a 15-6 win on Mar. 22. Skip Browning (5-0) took a no-hitter into the sixth inning. The sophomore from Fort Oglethorpe, GA allowed only one hit and three walks in six innings to pick up the win. Matt Padgett starred in the field with a Clemson season-high five hits. He also had three runs and four RBIs. With the win, Clemson improved its all-time record against Maryland at Tiger Field to 39-1.
Tigers Split Home-And-Home Series With Catamounts
Clemson had its eight game winning streak snapped in a home-and-home series with Western Carolina on Mar. 17 and 19.
Brian Adams pitched 7.1 strong innings to lead Clemson over Western Carolina 5-1 on a chilly Tuesday night (Mar. 17) at Tiger Field. Adams won his second consecutive game, and also pitched seven or more innings and allowed only one run for the second straight game. The Bishopville, SC native allowed only five hits and one walk, while striking out six batters. Patrick Boyd hit his fifth home run in the first inning and ended with two hits and two RBIs. Jason Harris upped his RBI total with three RBIs on two doubles. Scott Clackum pitched the final 1.2 innings to earn his fifth save of the season.
In the second game (at Western Carolina) on Mar. 19, Clemson jumped out to an early 3-0 lead on Kurt Bultmann’s seventh home run and Peter Nystrom’s RBI double. But the Catamounts responded with five runs, all unearned, in the bottom of the second off starter Matt White (1-2). All five runs scored with two outs. Western Carolina upped its lead to 8-4 in the second, but Clemson chipped away and cut the Catamount lead to 8-7 on homers by Patrick Boyd and Matt Padgett. Boyd added an RBI double and three more RBIs in the game, giving him 17 RBIs in his last seven games. But Clemson could get no closer as reliever Erik Turnrose did not allow a hit in Clemson’s final four innings. The Catamounts added two insurance runs in the eighth to provide the final margin of 10-7. All five of Clemson’s hits went for extra bases.
Leggett Wins 600th In Sweep Of Alma Mater Maine
Head Coach Jack Leggett won his 600th career game in his 19th season as Clemson swept three games over Maine on Mar. 13-14. Ironically, he reached the milestone against his alma mater. In the series, the Tigers scored 49 runs. Despite the run total, only two players had three hits in a game.
In game one on Friday, Clemson scored eight runs in the sixth inning to secure the win 12-2. Ryan Mottl (5-0) pitched seven innings, allowing only four hits, one earned runs, and no walks while striking out seven to earn his ninth consecutive game dating back to last season. The top eight starters in the Tiger lineup had at least two hits apiece as well. Kurt Bultmann also hit his sixth homer in the game.
Game two saw Clemson score 12 runs in the fifth inning en route to a convincing 18-2 win. Skip Browning pitched five innings, allowing only one run, to pick up his fourth victory of the season. Jason Harris led the Tiger hitting attack with a double, homer, and five RBIs.
Leggett won his 600th career game in game three, which was also the second game of the day. Clemson used another big inning to come back from a 11-4 deficit. The Tigers scored 14 runs in the sixth inning to take a commanding 18-11 lead. It was the second highest scoring inning in Clemson history. The inning featured 10 hits, including seven extra base hits. Doug Roper also reached base three times in the inning, two by hits and once via a walk. Justin Singleton, son of former Major Leaguer Ken Singleton, came off the bench in the sixth inning for an injured Kurt Bultmann and hit two home runs, one to right field and one to left. Eleven players accounted for Clemson’s 16 hits.
Tigers Take It To Chanticleers
Clemson defeated Coastal Carolina 17-3 on Mar. 10 in a mid-week game at Tiger Field.
Brian Adams pitched seven innings, only allowing two hits and one run to earn the victory. It was only the second start of the sophomore’s career.
The Tigers ran out to a 9-1 lead in the first inning. Peter Nystrom and Matt Padgett each hit homers in the first. Clemson added two runs in the fifth inning and four more in the sixth. Clemson was also aided by 15 Coastal Carolina walks. With the win, Clemson won its 14th game in 15 tries.
Leggett Reaches 600-Win Mark
Head Coach Jack Leggett is only in his 19th season as a head coach and has already reached the 600-win mark in his coaching career when Clemson defeated his alma mater Maine in the second game of a doubleheader on Mar. 14. He has a career record of 604-362 (.625) in five seasons at Vermont, nine at Western Carolina, and more than four seasons at Clemson.
Leggett has also amassed a 227-75 (.752) record while at Clemson, including each of the first three seasons that saw him win 50 or more games.
Odds And Ends
* Paul Stryhas has nine hits and nine RBIs in only 20 at bats.
* Patrick Boyd has 21 RBIs during his 10 game hitting streak.
* 12 different players have homered this season.
* Of Justin Hyde’s 13 hits, he has six doubles, a triple, and a homer.
* First baseman Jason Harris has not committed error in 247 chances.
* Only three times this season has a Tiger had four or more hits in a game, despite the team .358 batting average.
* Scott Clackum has given up one or more runs only once in 11 appearances this season.
* Clemson has outscored its opponents 60-8 in third innings of games.
Newcomers Provide Instant Offense
The one question mark entering the 1998 season for Clemson was its ability to put runs on the board. That question has been answered emphatically thanks to many Tiger newcomers who have replaced the five graduating position starters from 1997. Clemson’s 10 newcomers in the field have combined to hit .382 (161-for-421). Those players have also stolen 17 bases in 18 attempts, and scored 138 of the 291 runs (47.4%).
Consistency A Key To Tigers’ Success
Clemson is averaging 10.8 runs per game in 1998 and doing so without great individual game performances, but rather a group effort. Through 27 games, 14 players have at least nine hits, 11 players have scored at least 10 runs, and 13 players have at least eight RBIs. Ten of the 12 Tigers with at least 30 at bats are batting .351 or better. Also, only three times this season has a player had four or more hits in a game.
On the mound, all 12 pitchers have under a 7.00 ERA and have at least four appearances, with no one player appearing more than 11 times this season.
Brian Adams Providing Strong Outings As Starter
Entering the 1998 season, lefthanded sophomore pitcher Brian Adams had not started a game on the mound as a Tiger. But if his last two starts are any indication, Adams will see a lot more starts. In his last two outings, Adams has pitched 14.1 innings, allowing only seven hits, two runs, and three walks while picking up two wins. He has lowered his ERA to a team best 2.10 figure. Opponents are only hitting .194 against him as well. Adams has a twin brother on the Tiger pitching staff. Unlike Brian, Darren throws from the right side and red-shirted the 1997 season.
Mottl Named ACC Player-Of-The-Week March 2
Sophomore pitcher Ryan Mottl earned Clemson’s first ACC Player-of-the-Week award in 1998 when he pitched seven innings and picked up his third win against UNC Wilmington on Feb. 27. The Florissant, MO native also won his seventh consecutive game dating back to the ’97 season. In the game against the Seahawks, he allowed just six hits and one walk, while striking out six.
For the season, Mottl is 6-0 with a 3.74 ERA in seven starts. He won his last four decisions of ’97, therefore he has won 10 decisions in a row. Mottl was a First-Team All-ACC starting pitcher as a freshman, and was the first freshman Tiger pitcher to ever accomplish that feat.
Boyd Garners ACC Honor March 9
Freshman Patrick Boyd was tabbed as the ACC Player-of-the-Week on March 9. He led Clemson to a 4-1 record for the week and hit .474 (9-for-19). The Palm Harbor native also was responsible for 14 runs in the five games, scoring nine runs and batting in five.
Boyd Hot Of Late
After starting the season 3-for-25 (.120), freshman Patrick Boyd has risen his batting average to .365. He is also hitting 35-for-79 (.443) over the last 20 games. As the everyday centerfielder, Boyd has started all 27 games, and has scored 39 runs and hit seven home runs. Boyd is currently riding a 10 game hitting streak. During the streak, he is 20-for-41 (.488) with four home runs, 21 runs scored, and 21 RBIs. He now has 34 RBIs on the season. Therefore, he leads the 1998 team in runs scored (39), walks (24), and sacrifice flies (5).
Baseball America tabbed Boyd in the preseason as the ACC’s Newcomer-of-the-Year and as one of the top-10 prospects overall in the ACC regardless of class.
Padgett Quietly Making His Mark
Junior Matt Padgett has steadily raised his batting average from his freshman season to hit .412 in 1998. The Lexington, SC native has 40 hits in 97 at bats, and has six homers and 25 RBIs in 26 games. Padgett has also hit safely in 10 of the last 11 games. During the 11 games, he is hitting .476 (20-for-42), including 18 runs scored and 18 RBIs.
Starting Four Perfect
Clemson’s four-man rotation of Ryan Mottl, Mike Paradis, Skip Browning, and Brian Adams has been on a roll this season. Mottl is 6-0, Paradis is 4-0, Browning is 5-0, and Adams is 3-0. The four have combined for a perfect 18-0 record. The four have also pitched 138 of the 241 innings and have a combined 3.72 ERA.
Leggett Has 41-7 Record in Februarys
Under Head Coach Jack Leggett, Clemson has gotten off to some fast starts, mainly in the month of February. In his five February’s at Clemson, Leggett has amassed a 41-7 (.854) record in the month of February. Leggett was 8-2 in 1994, 6-1 in 1995, 7-2 in 1996, 9-1 in 1997, and 11-1 in 1998.
Clemson has scored at least 11 runs in an inning an amazing five times already in 1998. The Tigers scored 12 runs in the third inning against UNC Wilmington on Feb. 28 in the 19-6 win. Clemson scored 11 runs in the fifth inning against Stetson on Mar. 6 in the 22-4 victory. Clemson then had double-digit scoring innings twice in the same day. In game one of a doubleheader against Maine on Mar. 14, Clemson scored 12 in the fifth inning en route to the 18-2 win. Then in game two, Clemson scored 14 runs in the sixth inning to overcome a 11-4 deficit to win 19-11. Clemson topped the 14-run inning with a Clemson record 19-run third inning against Maryland on Mar. 21. The run total was also the most runs in a third inning in NCAA history.
In the fifth and sixth innings, Clemson has outscored its opponents 98-20 (46-10 in 5th and 52-10 in 6th). Also, in the third inning, Clemson has outscored the opponents by a 60-8 score.
The offense has also been scoring runs at a record pace. The Tigers have scored 291 runs in 27 games, or 10.8 per game. The team record for runs in a season is 698 by the 1991 team. That team averaged 9.97 runs per game.
Freshman Nystrom An Instant Hit
Peter Nystrom has made an instant impact on the Tiger offense as the starting left-fielder. The freshman from Dunedin, FL is hitting .361 with seven doubles, one triple, three home runs, and 26 RBIs in only 72 at bats. Nystrom has played in 26 of the 27 games, starting 23 in left-field.
Calitri Homers In First Career At Bat
Red-shirt freshman Mike Calitri waited a whole year to do what few have ever done. The Canton, MA native hit an opposite field two-run homer in his first career at bat in the Tigers 16-4 win over East Carolina on Feb. 14. Calitri is 9-for-28 (.321) on the season, including two doubles, a triple, and nine RBIs at first and third base. Calitri had an outstanding game in the second game of a doubleheader against Maine on Mar. 14 when he had a double, triple, and four RBIs.
Roper Comes Back Strong
After missing all but one game of the 1997 season, redshirt sophomore shortstop Doug Roper has started 1998 with a bang. The Vidalia, GA native has 29 hits in 82 at bats for a .354 batting average. Ironically, he bats in the nine-spot in the lineup. He also has eight stolen bases, which is second on the team. Roper was a career 5-for-47 (.106) entering the ’98 season.
Harris Impressive As Tigers’ First Baseman
Junior Jason Harris is hitting a team-best .434 with seven homers in his first season wearing the orange and white. He also leads the squad with 36 RBIs and 37 runs scored as the Tigers’ new first baseman in 1998. The Brevard College transfer also has eight stolen bases in eight attempts. He also has not committed an error in 247 chances.
Harris’ production is magnified by the fact that the left-handed hitter is hitting .408 against lefties. He recently had a 10 game hitting streak snapped, but still has a team-best 15 multi-hit games, and has a team- best 12 multi-RBI games. During the hitting streak, he hit .410 (16-for-39), including two homers, 16 RBIs, and 17 runs scored.
Bultmann Picks Up Where He Left Off
Kurt Bultmann has started 1998 on a roll after setting the Clemson single-season record for doubles with 31. The junior from Seminole, FL hit two doubles in the three-game Olive Garden Classic. He also had six hits in 14 at bats and was named the tournament MVP. The second baseman has moved over from the shortstop position now that Doug Roper is back from a season-ending injury in 1997.
Bultmann is currently hitting .379 with nine doubles, a triple, eight home runs, and 33 RBIs in starting 26 of the 27 games. His fielding percentage has also been a bright spot this season. He has committed only three errors in 103 chances for a .971 fielding percentage. Bultmann had one of his best games in his career against Stetson on Mar. 6, where he was 2-for-2 with two home runs, a two-run shot and a grand slam.
Bultmann now has 50 career doubles, which puts him in 12th place all time in Clemson history. Below is a look at the Clemson career doubles leaders:
Rk. Name (Years) Doubles1. Gary Burnham (1994-97) 772. Bert Heffernan (1985-88) 633. Chuck Baldwin (1984-87) 624. Shane Monahan (1993-95) 605. Jim Crowley (1988-91) 576. Jim McCollom (1982-85) 567. Kevin Northrup (1989-92) 55 Billy McMillon (1991-93) 559. Brian Kowitz (1988-90) 5310. Mike Milchin (1987-89) 51 Robert Bonnette (1976-79) 5112. Kurt Bultmann (1996-present) 5013. Steve Baucom (1984-87) 49 Jeff Miller (1990-93) 4915. Matthew LeCroy (1995-97) 48
1. Florida State (3) 732. Clemson (2) 70 Georgia Tech (3) 704. N.C. State 455. Wake Forest (1) 446. Duke 387. North Carolina 318. Virginia 239. Maryland 11
* #3 recruiting class by Baseball America
#24 Patrick Boyd, OF
* Top newcomer in the ACC by Baseball America
* #5 overall prospect in the ACC
#18 Kurt Bultmann, 2B
* Third-Team All-American by Collegiate Baseball
#27 Ryan Mottl, RHP
* #10 prospect in the ACC by Baseball America
* Second-Team All-American by The Sporting News
Mottl, Boyd Among Nine USA Baseball Team Training Camp Invitees
Clemson sophomore pitcher Ryan Mottl (Florissant, MO) and freshman outfielder Patrick Boyd (Palm Harbor, FL) were among the first nine players invited to the USA Baseball National Team summer camp.
Boyd, rated as the top newcomer in the ACC by Baseball America, is the only freshman amongst the nine invitees. Mottl, a First-Team All-ACC pitcher in 1997 as a freshman, was a member of the 1997 USA Baseball National Team. Both players attended the 1998 USA Baseball National Team Trials at Hi Corbett Field in November, 1997.
Camp is tentatively scheduled to open June 1 at Hi Corbett Field in Tucson, AZ, home of USA Baseball and Cactus League spring training home of the Colorado Rockies. The USA Baseball National Team will begin its competition in mid-June and play approximately 30 games in preparation for the International Baseball Association’s XXXIII World Championship in Italy on July 21 – August 2.
Seven Current Tigers Picked In Major League Draft
The following is a list of current Clemson players selected in the Major League draft:
Player Year Team RoundPatrick Boyd 1997 Seattle Mariners 2ndMike Paradis 1996 Oakland Athletics 7thJustin Singleton 1997 Arizona Diamondbacks 9thSkip Browning 1996 Florida Marlins 11thPeter Nystrom 1997 Arizona Diamondbacks 13thPaul Stryhas 1997 San Francisco Giants 21stRyan Mottl 1996 Tampa Bay Devil Rays 39th
Clemson’s 203 Wins Since ’94 Second In The Nation
The barometer of a great season in college baseball is getting to Omaha and winning 50 games. Since Jack Leggett took over as Clemson’s head coach in 1994, the Tigers have won 203 games (excluding 1998) for an average of almost 51 per season. Included in that total is 53 wins against top 25 teams. Included among the 53 wins is 24 victories over top 10 teams.
Tiger Field Rated Among Best In The Country
Beautiful Tiger Field has helped Clemson gain one of the best home-field advantages in the country. The Tigers have won over 84 percent of its home ACC games and 82 percent of its overall home games, dating back to 1970.
Baseball America recently published its rankings of the top baseball stadiums in the country based on aesthetics, playing conditions, and amenities. Tiger Field was ranked #8 in the country in Baseball America’s preseason issue, which is also tops in the ACC.
Date Opponent ResultFeb. 6 # South Florida W, 4-2Feb. 7 # Central Florida W, 7-6Feb. 8 # Auburn W, 9-4Feb. 13 EAST CAROLINA L, 1-6Feb. 14 EAST CAROLINA W, 16-4Feb. 15 EAST CAROLINA W, 8-2Feb. 20 OLD DOMINION W, 5-4Feb. 21 OLD DOMINION W, 11-10Feb. 22 OLD DOMINION W, 12-7Feb. 26 NORTH CAROLINA-CHARLOTTE W, 11-7Feb. 27 NORTH CAROLINA-WILMINGTON W, 13-0Feb. 28 NORTH CAROLINA-WILMINGTON W, 19-6Mar. 1 NORTH CAROLINA-WILMINGTON W, 6-3Mar. 3 FLORIDA ATLANTIC W, 6-5Mar. 4 FLORIDA ATLANTIC L, 5-6Mar. 6 STETSON W, 22-4Mar. 8 STETSON (1) W, 10-5Mar. 8 STETSON (2) (8 innings) W, 9-4Mar. 10 COASTAL CAROLINA W, 17-3Mar. 13 MAINE W, 12-2Mar. 14 MAINE (1) W, 18-2Mar. 14 MAINE (2) W, 19-11Mar. 17 WESTERN CAROLINA W, 5-1Mar. 19 at Western Carolina L, 7-10Mar. 20 * MARYLAND W, 5-3Mar. 21 * MARYLAND W, 19-6Mar. 22 * MARYLAND W, 15-6Date Opponent TimeMar. 25 THE CITADEL 7:00Mar. 27 * WAKE FOREST 7:15Mar. 28 * WAKE FOREST 7:00Mar. 29 * WAKE FOREST 2:00Mar. 31 GEORGIA 7:15Apr. 1 at South Carolina 7:00Apr. 3 * at Virginia 3:00Apr. 4 * at Virginia 2:00Apr. 5 * at Virginia 1:00Apr. 7 FURMAN 7:00Apr. 8 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 7:00Apr. 10 * at Duke 3:00Apr. 11 * at Duke 1:00Apr. 12 * at Duke 1:00Apr. 15 NORTH CAROLINA-ASHEVILLE 7:00Apr. 17 * N.C. STATE 7:15Apr. 18 * N.C. STATE 7:00Apr. 19 * N.C. STATE 2:00Apr. 21 SOUTH CAROLINA 7:15Apr. 22 at Georgia 7:00Apr. 24 * FLORIDA STATE 7:15Apr. 25 * FLORIDA STATE 7:00Apr. 26 * FLORIDA STATE #%1:00May 3 * at Georgia Tech 1:30May 4 * at Georgia Tech #7:00May 5 * at Georgia Tech #7:00May 8 * at North Carolina 7:00May 9 * at North Carolina 1:00May 10 * at North Carolina #4:00M.12-17 ACC Tournament @ Durham, NCM.21-24 NCAA RegionalsM.29-J.6 College World Series @ Omaha, NE# - Olive Garden Classic @ Kissimmee, FL; * - ACC game; # - televised on Fox SportSouth; % - tape delayed (4:00) # Player (#) Opponent (Date) Inning Outs *Type Pitcher 1. Nystrom (1) Central Florida (2/7) 3rd 0 1 Maroth (L) 2. Harris (1) Central Florida (2/7) 9th 2 2 Victoria (L) 3. Borgert (1) Auburn (2/8) 6th 1 2 Gliemmo (L) 4. Hyde (1) East Carolina (2/14) 2nd 0 3 Fields (L) 5. Bultmann (1) East Carolina (2/14) 4th 1 1 Bucy (R) 6. Boyd (1) East Carolina (2/14) 6th 0 1 Bucy (R) 7. Harris (2) East Carolina (2/14) 6th 0 2 Bucy (R) 8. Calitri (1) East Carolina (2/14) 7th 2 2 Wood (R) 9. Harris (3) East Carolina (2/15) 3rd 2 2 Outlaw (R) 10. Bultmann (2) East Carolina (2/15) 5th 0 1 Outlaw (R) 11. Nystrom (2) East Carolina (2/15) 7th 1 3 Thompson (R) 12. Boyd (2) Old Dominion (2/21) 6th 0 1 Dye (R) 13. Padgett (1) Old Dominion (2/22) 5th 0 3 Weaver (R) 14. Stanley (1) Old Dominion (2/22) 7th 0 1 Weaver (R) 15. Bultmann (3) North Carolina-Charlotte (2/26) 1st 2 1 Poplin (R) 16. Ellis (1) North Carolina Charlotte (2/26) 5th 0 1 Stanford (L) 17. Stanley (2) North Carolina-Wilmington (2/27) 2nd 0 1 Temple (R) 18. Roper (1) North Carolina-Wilmington (2/27) 3rd 1 3 Temple (R) 19. Boyd (3) Florida Atlantic (3/3) 1st 1 1 Moser (L) 20. Bultmann (4) Stetson (3/6) 1st 1 2 Aulet (R) 21. Harris (4) Stetson (3/6) 2nd 2 2 Aulet (R) 22. Bultmann (5) Stetson (3/6) 5th 0 4 Johnson (R) 23. Singleton (1) Stetson (3/6) 5th 1 3 Higginbotham (R) 24. Boyd (4) Stetson (3/8) (2) 1st 1 1 House (R) 25. Padgett (2) Stetson (3/8) (2) 6th 1 2 House (R) 26. Nystrom (3) Coastal Carolina (3/10) 1st 1 3 Crossen (L) 27. Padgett (3) Coastal Carolina (3/10) 1st 1 1 Crossen (L) 28. Bultmann (6) Maine (3/13) 6th 0 2 Koutrouba (L) 29. Padgett (4) Maine (3/14) (1) 1st 2 2 O'Brien (R) 30. Harris (5) Maine (3/14) (1) 5th 0 3 O'Brien (R) 31. Singleton (2) Maine (3/14) (2) 6th 0 2 Hewey (R) 32. Singleton (3) Maine (3/14) (3) 7th 0 1 Brewer (R) 33. Boyd (5) Western Carolina (3/17) 1st 0 1 Hutchinson (L) 34. Bultmann (7) Western Carolina (3/19) 1st 0 2 Bain (L) 35. Boyd (6) Western Carolina (3/19) 4th 1 2 Bain (L) 36. Padgett (5) Western Carolina (3/19) 5th 0 1 Bain (L) 37. Harris (6) Maryland (3/21) 3rd 1 3 Fleetwood (R) 38. Bultmann (8) Maryland (3/21) 3rd 1 3 Fleetwood (R) 39. Padgett (6) Maryland (3/22) 2nd 0 1 Wooden (R) 40. Boyd (7) Maryland (3/22) 4th 1 2 Wooden (R) 41. Harris (7) Maryland (3/22) 4th 2 1 Wooden (R)* - 1...Solo, 2...2-run, 3...3-run, 4...Grand Slam # Player Pos. Games R H AB Avg HR RBI 24 Patrick Boyd OF 10 21 20 41 .488 4 21 18 Kurt Bultmann 2B 8 13 12 32 .375 3 14 22 Matt Padgett OF 4 6 9 18 .500 2 6 # Player Pos. GP 2 3 4 5+ Tot 25 Jason Harris 1B 27 10 5 0 0 15 18 Kurt Bultmann 2B 26 12 2 0 0 14 22 Matt Padgett OF 26 9 3 0 2 13 24 Patrick Boyd OF 27 7 5 0 0 12
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