Feb. 29, 2004
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Greenville, NC –
Brad McCann and John Ingram each hit three-run homers in #11 Clemson’s 9-0 victory over Georgia Southern Sunday in the Keith LeClair Invitational at Harrington Field. Clemson improved to 2-2, while the Eagles fell to 5-8.
Kris Harvey (1-0) earned the win for the Tigers by pitching 5.0 scoreless innings, allowing just two hits and three walks while striking out five. P.J. Zocchi, Josh Cribb, and Harvey combined to allow just four hits while striking out 11. Eagle starter Dustin Evans (1-3) suffered the loss. Only two of the nine runs allowed by Georgia Southern were earned.
One day after his 22-game hitting streak ended, Brad McCann got the Tigers on the board in the third inning when he hit a wind-aided, three-run homer down the right-field line with two outs. Zane Green started the rally when he reached on a fielding error and and Tony Sipp walked to set up McCann’s second homer of the year. After Brady Everett laced a single to right and went to second on another Eagle error, Ryan Hub blooped a single to center, scoring Everett. All four runs in the inning were unearned.
Clemson added two runs in the fifth inning on back-to-back sacrifice flies. Travis Storrer led off with a walk and McCann followed with his third hit of the game, a double down the left-field line. Everett and Hub followed with sacrifice flies to right field, giving the Tigers a 6-0 lead. McCann led the Tigers with three hits.
The Tigers added three more runs in the eighth inning when Ingram, a red-shirt freshman, belted a three-run homer to centerfield. The homer came in Ingram’s first career plate appearance and travelled over 400 feet.
Clemson will play East Carolina at Harrington Field Sunday at approximately 1:05 PM today. Livestats and East Carolina’s radio broadcast will be available on www.ecupirates.com.
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