|Tigers Power Past Eagles 8-4 Thursday|
|Clemson Athletic Communications - Thursday, May 15, 2014 9:28 PM||
CLEMSON, S.C. - Tyler KriegerTyler Krieger
#3 6-2, 170
Johns Creek, GA
View Full Profile, Jay BaumJay Baum
#13 6-0, 190
View Full Profile and Steven DuggarSteven Duggar
#9 6-1, 185
View Full Profile all hit solo homers in Clemson's 8-4 win over Boston College at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Thursday night. Clemson (33-21, 14-13 ACC), who earlier in the evening clinched an ACC Tournament berth by virtue of Notre Dame's victory over Pittsburgh, took a 1-0 lead in the series over the Eagles (21-32, 9-19 ACC).
After the Eagles scored an unearned run in the top of the first inning, Clemson responded with two runs in the bottom of the first thanks in part to Krieger's solo homer, his second of the season and career. After Baum's first career home run in the third inning, the Tigers scored three runs on only one hit in the third inning. Duggar added a solo homer in the seventh inning, his first of the year and third of his career. Clemson hit a season-high three long balls.
Sophomore lefty Matthew CrownoverMatthew Crownover
So. LH Pitcher
#44 5-11, 205
View Full Profile (7-5) earned the win, as he allowed six hits, one unearned run and no walks with five strikeouts in 7.0 innings pitched. Eagle starter John Gorman gave up six runs (four earned) on five hits in 3.0 innings pitched and suffered the loss.
The series continues Friday at 6:30 p.m. on ESPN3. Any youth under the age of 12 wearing a youth league jersey or camp shirt receives free admission.
Clemson University President Jim Clements will be on hand prior to the game to present diplomas to the six Tigers who graduated May 9. The six Tigers were unable to attend commencement ceremonies due to Clemson's series at Notre Dame last weekend. Clay BatesClay Bates
RS Jr. RH Pitcher
#42 5-11, 180
Rock Hill, SC
View Full Profile, Matt CampbellMatt Campbell
Sr. RH Pitcher
#36 5-11, 195
View Full Profile, Joe CostiganJoe Costigan
#5 5-11, 190
View Full Profile, Mike DunsterMike Dunster
#10 5-10, 185
View Full Profile, Jon McGibbonJon McGibbon
Sr. 1st Base
#12 6-1, 220
View Full Profile and Steve WilkersonSteve Wilkerson
Sr. 2nd Base
#17 6-1, 195
View Full Profile will all receive diplomas from President Clements.
Also Friday, the 1954 Tigers will celebrate their 60-year anniversary. It was Clemson's first ACC team and it won the league with an 8-4 record. Doug Kingsmore, who earned First-Team All-ACC honors, will be on hand along with other members of the 1954 team.
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