Terriers rout Tigers, 17-9

by -

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Wofford broke a 9-9 tie with four runs in the seventh inning in its 17-9 victory over Clemson at Russell C. King Field on Tuesday night. The Terriers, who split the home-and-home season series and snapped Clemson’s 15-game winning streak in the series, improved to 33-16. The Tigers fell to 24-24. It was the first meeting between the two at Wofford since 2004.

Clemson scored four runs in the top of the first inning, only to see Wofford respond with seven runs in the bottom of the first inning. Wofford scored a run in the second inning, then the Tigers scored three-two out runs in the fourth inning, highlighted by Tyler KriegerTyler Krieger
Jr. Infielder
#3 6-1, 170
Johns Creek, GA

View Full Profile
’s two-run single. After Clemson regained the lead, Wofford scored a run in the sixth inning to tie the score 9-9 and took the lead for good with four runs in the seventh inning. The Terriers added four insurance runs in the eighth inning.

Luke Leftwich (6-2) pitched 1.2 perfect innings in relief with three strikeouts to earn the win, while Will Stillman pitched the final 1.1 innings to record his 14th save of the season. Tiger reliever Pat KrallPat Krall
So. LH Pitcher
#36 6-5, 205
Downingtown, PA

View Full Profile
(1-2) suffered the loss.

Clemson hosts No. 18 College of Charleston on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. on ESPN3. It’s BOGO Wednesday, as fans can purchase one adult-seat ticket and receive an additional reserved-seat ticket free of charge.

It appears your Web browser is not configured to display PDF files. No worries, just click here to download the PDF file.

Post your comments!

Herbstreit: 'Frightening' defense has Clemson as Playoff favorite

Venables says Saturday sets up to be a bloody nose kind of day

Photos: Clemson vs. Louisville - 2

Clemson ranked No. 1 in CBSSports.com's 2017 performances

Clemson-Louisville was most-watched prime-time game

Five Questions Answered

Inside the Road Trip: Big game vibe was missing from Louisville

Former Clemson LB traded to Dolphins

Don't want to get smacked by Wilkins? Don't score. Or play rock-paper-scissors
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Daily Digest